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  1. Arrow [SOLVED] open() syscall breaks execve()'s work

    here is my working code : #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> #include <unistd.h> #include <sys/types.h> #include...

    Started by Schmidt, 07-16-2010
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  2. [SOLVED] Two programs and a file: a logical conundrum

    I am working on a program called writemusic that creates a file of structures representing musical glyphs (notes, rests, barlines, etc). Another...

    Started by hazel, 07-16-2010
    • Replies: 6
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  3. help with using awk or grep

    Hi, Thanks for reading this, and maybe helping. I want to solve the following problem. I have the file: xxx aaa xxx xxx

    Started by adriana, 07-15-2010
    • Replies: 7
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  4. volatile sig_atomic_t

    Hi :) I need to have a global variable volatile sig_atomic_t int Terminazione=0; but I get the error error: two or more data types in...

    Started by fkpac, 07-16-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  5. cmd works in bash, not crontab??

    I want to write the date & time and a text string to a file from crontab. The following line works fine in the CL: echo $(/bin/date +"%F %T")"...

    Started by three_jeeps, 07-16-2010
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  6. Issues with MD5

    alright, this is the script im working with to install a base linux system this is only one part of the entire script, but this is where my...

    Started by LinuxMan32, 07-16-2010
    • Replies: 0
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  7. Different value passed into method

    Hi guys, I have a baffling problem!! Or at least it seems that way. Basically I've been making a pangolins program which uses a set of nodes in a...

    Started by lemons, 07-16-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  8. Utilities for handling interactions

    Hello all, Greetings~~~ My little knowledge says tat there are tools / utilities available like expect and dialog for handling interactions...

    Started by lampscholar, 07-15-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  9. Pointer as function return doubt

    Hi there Linuxers, I'm getting some information about C language and this session of a C book (follow the above link) is using a bad example for...

    Started by victordfb, 07-15-2010
    • Replies: 6
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  10. Runing an (c++)exe file on different linux computer

    I have compiled a simple c++ program and made an exe file in my computer (i686). now, I want to use on another computer(i586). It gives me " floating...

    Started by shk, 07-12-2010
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  11. Programmatically getting standard file dialog (C/C++)

    Hi, Is it possible to do the following in C/C++ in Linux: Without direct linking (my program should NOT depend on Qt or GTK), display a GTK or...

    Started by Aardwolf, 07-14-2010
    • Replies: 4
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  12. Setting PATH alias in bash

    Hi everybody. I am trying to execute executable files in bash without adding ./ I know there must be an alias to add in .bashrc, that must be...

    Started by fkpac, 07-15-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  13. Can I do this in SED??

    I have used SED before, but at a basic level... I have a text file with several lines for example.. FRED 123 BERT88 BERT89 BERT90 BERT101...

    Started by Innoko, 07-14-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  14. Credential Passing - fake possibe ?

    Hello forum, i know that it is possible to retrieve process information (about the sending process) over a unix domain socket using getsockopt in...

    Started by jeyte, 07-15-2010
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  15. how to create my own C shell??

    m doing Engg n m from India.. i got to build my own linux shell for my project... how do i start with...

    Started by kaushik016, 07-11-2010
    • Replies: 5
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  16. noob sed question

    Hi folks Please forgive how lame this question must seem to you pros, but I'm a bit stuck here... On my machine, calling this in a shell: ...

    Started by stevelorimer, 07-13-2010
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  17. Unhappy Help!!!

    I have 2 submit a code for sleeping barber problem in college. I am getting a few errors using semaphores in this program. The program is: ...

    Started by meghs_rao, 07-15-2010
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  18. Read a Foldername into a variable

    Hello ! I am trying to write a script which can read the names of all folders within a given folder into separate variables. In effect, if a...

    Started by vij, 07-14-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  19. Unix mail command - Sending email to outside world.

    Hi All, I'm able to send email using Unix's "mail" command to some email ids i.e. my company email id "" but, not able...

    Started by Sangal-Arun, 05-21-2008
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  20. 'strings' binary from binutils - how do you use it?

    Hi , it is about 'strings' binary from binutils. I recently wanted to test what it does and how it works. The best I did was this: #!/bin/sh...

    Started by mihk, 07-14-2010
    • Replies: 1
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