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  1. C structure allignment in 64 bit Linux

    Hopefully this is an easy question. in linux 64 bit I am creating a union that contains 2 structures 16 bytes each I want to use this union to create...

    Started by BrianStark, 06-30-2010
    • Replies: 2
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    07-05-2010 Go to last post
  2. sort of execv command needed

    Hi! I have a problem, I need to launch another binary from my application, but I need to get the control back once the other binary is...

    Started by kralizec, 07-02-2010
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 845
    07-04-2010 Go to last post
  3. sizeof struct with function pointers as a member

    Hi, I following structure typedef struct { UINT32 abc; int (*f)(int a, intb); char *ptr; } my_struct;

    Started by sdsjohnny, 07-02-2010
    • Replies: 5
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    07-04-2010 Go to last post
  4. Producer-Consumer problem

    Hi everybody! I have written this producer-consumer code. The producer creates random integers, and the consumer prints them. And it works. Only, not...

    Started by fkpac, 06-23-2010
    • Replies: 4
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    07-04-2010 Go to last post
  5. Problem in creating a software package in linux?

    Hi all I have a project that includes a file called “main.cpp” that the “main” function is defined in it and also has a series of header and...

    Started by jeremy28, 07-03-2010
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 355
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  6. Angry Writting structure in shared memry got SIGSEGV

    HI, I am trying to write structure in shared memory, typedef struct _node{ char name; char desc; }node; I am creating shared memory of size...

    Started by rishik, 07-01-2010
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,112
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  7. Unable to run python script from normal user

    Hi, I have a python script which import some modules like cookielib etc. If I run that script it works fine but if I run that script from a...

    Started by devn142, 07-04-2010
    • Replies: 0
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  8. forcing atomicity in user code (C++)

    It there a way in linux to force atomicity of user code sections on a multi-core x86 chip? I know in classes I have taken we disable/enable...

    Started by blah32, 06-29-2010
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 609
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  9. What is "tchar.h" equvalent in linux?

    Hi All, I wish to port a win32 application to linux platform. I wanted to know if there is any equivalent of tchar.h in linux platform? ...

    Started by jeremy28, 06-28-2010
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 9,421
    07-04-2010 Go to last post
  10. Angry Stupid GCC inline assembler doesn't even support local variable

    Hi, It's good that GCC support intel inline disassembly syntax, but it cannot even simply address local variables/parameters properly, making...

    Started by xuancong, 07-03-2010
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,958
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  11. can't open file - No file or directory

    I have a weird issue. Can some one help. When I hardcode abc.bin to inputFileName - I can open the file in cpp. But when I pass the same using an...

    Started by sdsjohnny, 07-02-2010
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 595
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  12. Exclamation Need help in print System variables: $PS1, $LINES, $COLUMNS

    Hi! I'm newbie in Linux & Scripting. I have a script file: # # print prompt settings # clear echo "Prompt Settings: $PS1" echo "Number of...

    Started by liembt, 07-01-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  13. [SOLVED] AWK: Join lines if NF is wrong

    Hi, I have a large CSV file, tab-delimited with CRLF at the end of each line. Each line should contain 5 fields (i.e. NF == 5) However, there...

    Started by jhonan, 07-01-2010
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,067
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  14. What is the best language?

    Hi, My name is Simon and I have recently moved Ubuntu 10.04 from Windows XP. I am a programmer with a few years under my belt using a range of...

    Started by SimonCropper, 06-30-2010
    • Replies: 9
    • Views: 980
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  15. AWK script replacing words in a text

    in a huge text we want all of the :tho becomes you thou becomes you thy becomes your thine becomes your and we should change Tho to You...

    Started by ionguang, 07-01-2010
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 675
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  16. Smile Need Exit Status in Cron Email Subject Line

    Linux Expert, Please help! I am cronning a bash script and need the exit status of the script in the subject line of the email that gets sent...

    Started by mnowitz, 07-01-2010
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 1,216
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  17. Exclamation telnet server

    how i will write my own telnet server insted of existing one.please give me the path for telnet.c file in the linux kernel

    Started by venkatesh457, 06-29-2010
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  18. Script Writting

    Hi.. pls help me to write a script to copy file located at /var/log/squidGuard.log to our log server located at another location at 12 am everyday...

    Started by rk_monde, 06-29-2010
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 502
    07-01-2010 Go to last post
  19. Serial programming?

    Hello! I want to work on an application that is transferring some ASCII letters through the serial port of a PC to a microcontroller (So, just...

    Started by razor4, 06-30-2010
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 497
    07-01-2010 Go to last post
  20. Add html formatting to text file

    Hi, I need to extract som text from a text file. The text is a test log with system info at the top and results further down. What I need is...

    Started by mallus, 06-30-2010
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 2,817
    07-01-2010 Go to last post

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