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  1. Adding a user in linux using C

    Hi all, I am a newbie in area of programming applications for Linux using C. The application I am trying to build need to take following inputs...

    Started by ankushpandit, 09-08-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  2. Service Script

    does anyone know how to make a script that will check service/s status whether running or stop and also will run stop services? I'm a newbie in...

    Started by rrperez, 09-06-2010
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  3. Unhappy 'Problems' in stl_vector and others while debugging

    Hi I don't quite know how to explain this problem, and I'm not too sure if it's in the right section of the forums, but I'll do my best. I'm using...

    Started by AdmiralJonB, 09-06-2010
    • Replies: 4
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    09-07-2010 Go to last post
  4. #!/bin/sh

    goodmorning (here anyways), I've been busy with scripting with linux. A simple useradd script and a userdell. Script: #!/bin/sh for i in...

    Started by basdijkstra, 09-02-2010
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  5. Memory optimization for child processes

    Hello everyone, I have been following the forum for a while now. This is my first post here. I work on Linux for ARM processor for cable modem....

    Started by umaramnath, 09-06-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  6. Created my first little program in C++ that im happy about

    //Author: Donald Farkas //Created: Sep/4/2010 #include <iostream> using std::cout; using std::cin; using std::endl; int main() { int...

    Started by donaldfarkas, 09-04-2010
    • Replies: 6
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  7. Shell Scripting: Trying to combine upload and download totals from txt file by ip add

    I have two files, uploads.txt and downloads.txt. I would like to combine the columns of these files based on the ip address. How can I best do...

    Started by zanyspydude, 09-06-2010
    • Replies: 7
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  8. Arrow pattern detection in the logs + notification

    Hello everyone, I'm looking for a solution of pattern detection in the logs and then allows to send me an email notification if it detects the...

    Started by linutux78, 09-06-2010
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 584
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  9. [SOLVED] Using sed to change strings

    I am having a lot of problems trying to change one string by another using sed: the sentence is like this: sed -i 's/KERNEL=="tty*", ...

    Started by juliojj14, 09-03-2010
    • Replies: 8
    • Views: 900
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  10. noobie C++ Programmer

    #include <iostream> int main() { int number1; int number2; int sum;

    Started by donaldfarkas, 09-03-2010
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  11. how to restore the dump file using shell scripting

    I have created a script file to dump the application files using the following script Code ============= #!/bin/bash #Full Day Backup Script...

    Started by inddeveloper, 09-06-2010
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  12. [SOLVED] http request command

    is there a command in linux terminal that execute a http request? wget and curl is not a solution...

    Started by rrperez, 09-03-2010
    • Replies: 8
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  13. Question [SOLVED] Scripting Help: Using File1 as list of objects to search for in File2

    Hello all, I need help with a project I am working on. The goal is to auto-update a webpage that contains links to network devices. These devices...

    Started by Asharru, 08-30-2010
    • Replies: 4
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    09-04-2010 Go to last post
  14. [Question] How to find files with partial name

    I am fairly new to linux but I want to write a function to find any file with only a partial name. I can only use sh shell and busybox applets for...

    Started by JRummy16, 09-01-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  15. Post Pasting multiple cut outputs to a tab delimited output file

    Hi I have a requirement like this: Cut the characters from each line of a file with following positions: 21-24, 25-34 ,111-120. These fields...

    Started by pg1983, 09-04-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  16. Able to Copy Text from uneditable Text Boxes(JTextfields) in Linux

    Hi please any one can help me on this, I have JTextfields in my application, i have overrided the JTextfield copy method using public...

    Started by happy_, 09-02-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  17. Need to copy text between workspaces

    I need to copy text from screen of one workspace to a file in another of a different user. My x-windows is a tad rusty but a quick review leads me...

    Started by clickit, 08-27-2010
    • Replies: 8
    • Views: 1,447
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  18. how to install Axel ( download manager ) on centos enterprise 5.2

    I have a dedi server.. I wanna install Axel.. but for some reasons .. I cant.. I login to my SSH using Putty client. it logs me in to my ~...

    Started by bilalghouri, 07-26-2008
    • Replies: 2
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    09-02-2010 Go to last post
  19. If command issues

    not sure why i am getting the following error ./mount: line 7: #!/bin/bash # Mount debian disks echo -e "Which disk would you like to mount?...

    Started by cingbug, 09-01-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  20. Sed or awk help requested parsing multiple lines

    I am just beginning with sed and awk and understand that they are "per" line input. That is, they operate on each line individually, and output...

    Started by bulgin, 08-31-2010
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,647
    09-02-2010 Go to last post

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