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  1. [BASH] Contorl Terminal. and top utility.Help,Help

    Q1 I have written a bash script and a loop to display some output within a terminal and I using tput cup 0 0 command to prevent the terminal...

    Started by ionguang, 08-02-2010
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  2. Out of scope .. random ?

    I'm trying to compile & run this test code : http: //curl.haxx dot se/mail/lib-2010-07/0249.html It should work but when I do gcc test.c -o...

    Started by SingleFemaleLawyer, 08-03-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  3. Changing Ownership of a File

    I am running a shell script as the user "redhatuser01" and this script creates a files in the home directory of another user "redhatuser02" ...

    Started by balamuruganmurthy, 08-04-2010
    • Replies: 5
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  4. Find command w/ prune

    I've read the man page already. I think I'm close, but just not....quite...there. We have a webroot directory that we want to make sure has the...

    Started by crimsondryad, 08-03-2010
    • Replies: 0
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  5. Odd error message from gmake

    Hey Guys, I'm using gmake (v3.81) to build some c executables. As the first step in the process I run the files through a preprocessor (for...

    Started by mercutio, 08-01-2010
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  6. Question 'read' functionality in expect script

    Is there a similar thing in expect, as there is 'read'(Read a line from standard input) in bash? I mean one could easily construct following...

    Started by m4rtin, 08-03-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  7. Linux scripting doubts

    Hi All, We have almost 45,000 data files created by a script daily. The file names are of format-ODS.POS.<pharmacyid>.<table...

    Started by maya_pillai, 07-27-2010
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  8. it this possible in bash script

    I'm a doing a script. There are some part of the script that I need to do but don't know how to do it. If I have a text which contains: ...

    Started by packets, 08-03-2010
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 356
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  9. ls exclude directories

    G'day everyone, I'm having trouble figuring out how to list the contents of a directory and exclude any subdirectories. Currently I have: ...

    Started by r31griffo, 08-02-2010
    • Replies: 5
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  10. Question Connecting Host using URL?

    Hi All, Is it possible to connect host through URL? I don't have PORT to connect it. I tried with gethostbyname() function, from it I can get...

    Started by ypankaj, 08-03-2010
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  11. [SOLVED] executing sed's output

    I've been able to get the right output that I need from sed, but how can I execute the string that sed actually outputs?

    Started by luolimao, 08-02-2010
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  12. [C] threads and timers is this possible ?

    Hi ! I want to simulate a serial protocol in user space program to test reception algorithm. The protocol is similar to UART protocol but frame...

    Started by chester45, 07-28-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  13. Question printing fpu register problem (at&t asm)

    Hi i am running linux and intel x86 cpu. I have been learning at&t asm using gcc and gdb and am trying to print the values of the fpu stack with no...

    Started by j0rd, 07-29-2010
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  14. C++: Constructor calling

    In C++ when we create an object of a class, Constructor will be called automatically. Who will take care of calling the constructor and destructor...

    Started by madhuti, 08-02-2010
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  15. File splitting issues

    I am splitting a file based on the values read from an input file. The below one is the script. 1)How do I add the header which is present in the...

    Started by maya_pillai, 07-27-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  16. Local Web Development

    Hi, I have setup MySQL and PHP on my Xubuntu box and it works fine. The only difficulty is that I cannot seem to find a nice way of working on my...

    Started by samsonite2010, 08-02-2010
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  17. Convert ANSI C and C# program to run on Linux

    I am not a programmer, just a end user and avid amateur radio enthusiast. This program is currently running on Windows XP, Windows Vista and...

    Started by W6DVC, 08-02-2010
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  18. grep search patterns

    I am working through the O'Reilly book "Classic Shell Scripting" by Robbins and Beebe, 2005, and have been trying a couple of the example patterns....

    Started by jmvalks, 08-01-2010
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  19. Question how to add graphic to console application?

    Hi all! I want to write an application with an interface similar to those used in non-GUI linux installation programs. It is not really a...

    Started by fralik, 08-01-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  20. xlib C program doesn´t work every time

    Hello, I tried to draw two lines with xlib.h in C. If I start this compiled program it show me in most cases a window with two lines as it should...

    Started by bitbird, 07-24-2010
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,006
    07-31-2010 Go to last post

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