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  1. How could I create a bash menu script?

    I would like to create a menu. It would consist of, choices 1-10 with specific commands associated. So what I am thinking, is I need to have a...

    Started by chrchcol, 07-28-2006
    • Replies: 4
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    oz
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  2. cgi-bin script

    Hello, I'm having troubles with a cgi-bin script. I'm using ubuntu server 10.04 and i'm quite new to scripting ;) I have a script (test.cgi) in...

    Started by jootn001, 01-19-2011
    • Replies: 0
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  3. Explaining the USB protocol

    So what I'm trying to do is write a USB stack for a uC, but beyond the 10 ms reset signals from the host I'm kind of lost. What happens after that?...

    Started by pcdude2143, 01-16-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  4. how to implement timer's callback function in C under Linux

    Hi, I have searched the possible solution on many forums for several days but have no luck; ( I post my question here and your reply is greatly...

    Started by vincent2011, 01-18-2011
    • Replies: 0
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  5. [SOLVED] Problem regarding serial port communication

    Hi, I have a microcontroller sending bytes to a linux computer through a serial port. In a c program I use read() (in unistd.h) to receive those...

    Started by Hamiltonian, 01-18-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  6. Python: 'Instancemethod' object is unsubscriptable - help

    Hi folks, im having some trouble printing a buffered item in python. My code is as follows: Class buffer: def __init__(self, max): ...

    Started by stopgo, 01-18-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  7. Am confused - The all important . (period) - ????

    Hi, My apologies if this question is so trivial ... I guess there really is a room for dummies ... Anyway, just wanting to know if someone can...

    Started by newbie_01, 01-17-2011
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 438
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  8. Shell script to check whether directory exists on remote server

    Hi All, I am new to scripting, would like to have a script that tests whether a directory exists on remote host & display the message accordingly....

    Started by sudhirav, 01-18-2011
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 3,771
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  9. Thumbs up localtime() function is having problem

    Hello to all, I am using localtime() funtion to get information of of time. But the program is having segmentation fault. It gives the...

    Started by lovelylinux, 09-20-2007
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 2,058
    oz
    01-17-2011 Go to last post
  10. Grabbing Screen Resolution in C

    I am writing a C application to take mouse position from a client PC and mapping the mouse position on a server PC. To account for the screen...

    Started by yarzepol, 08-20-2008
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,960
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  11. What happens internally when we create a file in Linux

    Hi All, I am using NetBSD-5.1. 1. I wanted to know what happens internally when we create a file in linux. ( In general )? The header file...

    Started by nikunjbadjatya, 01-17-2011
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 604
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  12. using jdbc:thin in bash script

    Hi I want to include in my script a test for DB connection with jdbc:thin connection string(not using tnsnames.ora) Thanks

    Started by gdan2000, 01-17-2011
    • Replies: 0
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  13. connect to ttyUSB with C/C++

    Hi, on ubuntu I try to access a PIC-controler via the ttyUSB0. I send a few command bytes and get the status from the controler. My C code works...

    Started by korlans, 04-16-2010
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 6,277
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  14. reg: C++ function overloading

    In one of my interview i faced a different question on function overloading. void call(int a, int b){ } int call(int a, float b){ return 1;} The...

    Started by madhuti, 10-27-2010
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 708
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  15. Constructor and destructor calling for overloaded new and delete

    #include <iostream> #include <cstdlib> using namespace std; class myclass{ static int i; int c; public:

    Started by gokulchand, 01-15-2011
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  16. Bash script : pass arguments to second level parser

    Hi all, I wrote a C++ program that uses two different parsers. The first parser is reading program arguments from command line: ./mybin arg1...

    Started by drugo, 01-14-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  17. [SOLVED] Regarding adding system calls

    I have some doubts regarding system calls in Linux. Can anyone kindly tell me: 1) What is the difference between adding a system call to the...

    Started by kingsmasher1, 12-29-2010
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  18. Bash script: make sure all files have certain permissions

    How can I iterate over all the files in the current directory to check for certain permissions? This is what I have: #!/bin/bash for file in...

    Started by tekmc, 01-14-2011
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,193
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  19. Exclamation help with simple terminal commands

    i am at home with a windows xp home, and i am using putty terminal to access my linux mathlab account, my task is to compile and run a C program,...

    Started by sneaky666, 01-14-2011
    • Replies: 2
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  20. compare dir + files?

    Anyone here with a clue?:confused: diff -r dir1 dir2 Gives me the files present in one dir but not in the other (recursive), but.... What...

    Started by ejellesma, 01-13-2011
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 780
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    01-14-2011 Go to last post

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