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  1. using netcat for a proxy

    Hi, I made a simple proxy using netcat and it works great, the idea is to make the server and client communicate through two named pipes, file1,...

    Started by nassefk, 11-21-2010
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  2. Question Batch rename files to their MD5 (or SHA1) sum with BASH.

    I've found info on batch renaming (http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/linux-programming-scripting/12744-script-batch-renaming-files.html, Batch File...

    Started by Surreal Killa, 01-31-2009
    • Replies: 3
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  3. Talking Simple Script?

    I need to know how to write a script that will start two different programs in consoles (S1 and S2) and monitor the output of s2 console in lucid...

    Started by mccartercar, 11-21-2010
    • Replies: 0
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  4. When the script stops

    Hi there, I have a c-shell script which executes some programs. In some times one of the programs stops and then the script crashes. As the...

    Started by jcesq, 11-11-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  5. Getting the address of a reference variable

    I was doing some work today and I realized that I was wrong about reference variables in C++. As we all know, C doesn't have this feature and it only...

    Started by bpark, 03-20-2003
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  6. modified files

    I'm writing a program (something like an antivirus) which scans files. it is running with cron every minute and finds files modified in past 1...

    Started by OmidPLuS, 11-20-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  7. Rotate Image (Script) without changing "modified" date

    Hello everyone, Joe Newbie here. Welcome to my first script; well sorta. I am actually modifying someone else's script and I need some help. The...

    Started by tg3793, 11-18-2010
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,165
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  8. typeset -i in Linux

    Hi, I have this command in ksh: 1. typeset -i INTEGER INTEGER=aaa In all platforms except of Linux it is failing and return exit code...

    Started by alexvai, 11-18-2010
    • Replies: 7
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  9. Question Seeking help w/BASH script

    Hi. I have a script that uses rsync to create several daily backups of selected folders. I have an external Firewire drive that's partitioned into...

    Started by da2357, 11-17-2010
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 489
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  10. Can --gc-sections remove all the function not used?

    This is my file, named xxx.c. And there are two functions in it. void axx() { bxx(); } static void bxx() //It's called by axx only , in this...

    Started by boerduosu, 11-18-2010
    • Replies: 4
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  11. Rsync Scripting help needed

    After having used rsync for a few different problems with a lot of success, I wanted to use it to synchonise some user data, we have 2 different...

    Started by elpardo, 11-18-2010
    • Replies: 0
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  12. log any changes to the system file

    Hello, I am new to Linux and is currently taking a course for the class, I was assigned a project of finding or creating a script of my choice...

    Started by HaiNguyen, 11-17-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  13. [SOLVED] Counting variables in bash script

    Hi all. If I read in variables entered by the user, how can I check to make sure the correct number of variables were entered? For example, after...

    Started by jf22901, 11-13-2010
    • Replies: 9
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  14. Objcopy generated a huge binary file

    I would like to use objcopy to generate a raw binary file so that I can load it directly into memory. However, the following objcopy command gave me...

    Started by tmicro, 11-17-2010
    • Replies: 0
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  15. [SOLVED] Need help here! prevent terminal from closing!

    Hi all, I'm new to solaris and i have some problem.. hope you guys can help me out. Currently i'm doing a script for my project and I want to...

    Started by flow91, 11-12-2010
    • Replies: 5
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  16. Question ksh: how do i find filename if $0=-ksh

    > ksh ./myKshScript $0=./myKshScript > ./myKshScript $0=./myKshScript BUT > . ./myKshScript" $0=-ksh Hi Folks,

    Started by lfast, 11-16-2010
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  17. kill process more than 3 hours old from shell command

    Hi, My server pretty often becomes full up php processes running which are not needed. Is there a way to search for and kill any php process...

    Started by saiyen2002, 11-15-2010
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 3,260
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  18. Red face How to debug the deployed software.

    Hi all, I have come across a question. I have developed an application written in C, Linux well tested.. and stripped off all the symbols for final...

    Started by maheshgupta024, 11-15-2010
    • Replies: 6
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  19. How to find available space in a volume?

    Given the name of a mounted volume (e.g., /mnt/vol), how would I determine its capacity and available space in C? I've been googling for a while...

    Started by PeterSteele, 11-15-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  20. Calling umount2() unmounts volume but df entry still visible

    This is an odd one. I have a C program that calls umount to unmount a volume. A simplified case looks like this: int main() { int rc =...

    Started by PeterSteele, 11-14-2010
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 1,854
    11-15-2010 Go to last post

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