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  1. About Bochs enhancement(arm,mips...)

    During a computer system course this evening, my teacher mentioned about implement a Linux Emulator (like the very successful Bochs for x86) , but...

    Started by JackCrital2005, 12-28-2009
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  2. How to study programming in Linux/Unix?

    :pYou see I am new to the Linux World(only six month old), and I just get a copy of Beginning Linux Programming, and the first several chapters seems...

    Started by JackCrital2005, 12-28-2009
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  3. about script

    hi, i have a new que. how can i count arguments of a script. i want to say user "you entered too arguments" ,if he/she enter the arguments...

    Started by Utnubu, 12-27-2009
    • Replies: 3
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  4. IDE for c++ with autocomplete

    Hi, I was wondering if Linux has c++ IDE with autocompletion feature, similar with Visual studio 05? Or Eclipse when coding java.

    Started by Manaluusua, 12-18-2007
    • Replies: 4
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  5. script information

    Hello, i wanna show in line the date and user's information when i call a script. how can i do it? thank you for your answers.

    Started by Utnubu, 12-27-2009
    • Replies: 2
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  6. Thumbs up Modifying IPv4 headers

    Hi, My query is: I need to set the IPv4 header fields(like TOS, TTL, Precedence and Flags) in the linux kernel using the system calls. I tried...

    Started by kiran_4u, 12-25-2009
    • Replies: 1
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  7. I need Hello world program for gnome

    Hello guys:) I'm new in 'Linux programming', I want to start programming in Linux, but I don't know how should be start. I like gnome and if I...

    Started by Vahids, 12-27-2009
    • Replies: 1
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  8. Find file in the directory-tree - also in jar/zip archives

    Guys, Sometimes on comes to the need of finding files not just in the a particular directory-tree but in the zip/jar archives too. So thats...

    Started by mfarhans123, 05-08-2008
    • Replies: 4
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    pfm
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  9. using find

    Good morning all I have a question about using find. how can find files modifed less than 12 days ago but more 5 days ago?

    Started by Utnubu, 12-26-2009
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 519
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  10. BASH: Accessing the value of the name of an environment variable passed in $1

    Hi, doing exercises in A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming by Mark G. Sobell. One of the exercises involves a...

    Started by fishjie, 12-23-2009
    • Replies: 3
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  11. Smile Mouse programming in c

    i am making a multiplayer game in c and i want to use mouse programming (for drawing puprose) but i don't know its library(its header file in turbo...

    Started by avix1989, 12-25-2009
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  12. assembly nasm

    I wrote this code and i dont know why only write a 1, it's in intel syntax: It assemble and link ok but, then only write 1 character: section...

    Started by tuket, 12-25-2009
    • Replies: 2
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  13. awk question

    Hello friends. i have a question about using awk. for example there is a document & there are lots of xyz word in the document. how can i count...

    Started by rentrap, 12-24-2009
    • Replies: 3
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  14. Using configure

    I want to supply the gcc version which is missing in the configure of gtkextra, i.e. configure:2261: gcc -V </dev/null >&5 gcc: '-V' option must...

    Started by clickit, 12-25-2009
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  15. initialization order of libraries

    To My knowledge, the initialization order of shared libraries should be decided by their dependency relationship. for example, a program links to...

    Started by assassin5615, 12-25-2009
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  16. A Linux-wide command needed

    I'm developing a program, and I would like to add a script, which would download the optional packages for the program. I'm hesitating whether it is...

    Started by minthaka, 12-24-2009
    • Replies: 1
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  17. Help Needed

    Hi I am wondering how should I write a code for the script to go to a website and take a snapshot. Inside Unix Shell Scripting. Thanks

    Started by crazysoul13, 12-22-2009
    • Replies: 1
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    oz
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  18. Grep Regular Expression Puzzle (files containing only \0 characters)

    This one is a puzzle... Need to search a filesystem that contains select files (randomly distributed) where an impacted file got each byte of its...

    Started by boblevy, 12-18-2009
    • Replies: 6
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    drl
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  19. Beginner asking for explanation of escape character

    Hi, I just am make friend with scripting 2 weeks ago and has completely no idea how to search for the keyword to all the following syntax. Please...

    Started by tesp, 12-23-2009
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  20. using the find command to find all files you have read access to

    Hi, I'm going through the exercises in Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming. One of them consists of using the find...

    Started by fishjie, 12-19-2009
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 976
    drl
    12-23-2009 Go to last post

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