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  1. gtk+ on Debian

    I was just wondering if it was possible to build gui applications on Debian linux and execute them from inside the terminal. I can do this using...

    Started by Soorena, 03-09-2010
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  2. Question File System Audit

    I've been working on this for a while and can't seem to get it right. I'm working on a script that will eventually be run as a cron job. From...

    Started by SlowYaRoll, 03-15-2010
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  3. Scripting help/advise on hiding/masking username/password

    Hi, I currently have a UNIX script with a function that uses a username and password to connect to the database, retrieve some information and...

    Started by newbie_01, 03-15-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  4. [SOLVED] Edit sources.list from script

    i am trying to enable/disable repositories with a script. with sed i've been able to find a repo: sed '/*'"$REPO"'/,/src/ s/^*//'...

    Started by Leppie, 02-20-2010
    • Replies: 3
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  5. count words and empty files

    Hello, I will count words in a file (or more files) and count (if given up) empty files (test -z?), how can I do this? Like this: There are "108"...

    Started by arjanengbers, 03-14-2010
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  6. implement a shell in c

    im writing a small shell in c that implments some basic shell functions. I need to be able to redirct output ex. ls -al > output.dat i was...

    Started by confuse, 03-13-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  7. :sp command is not working in Vi editor

    Dear All, I have installed Vmware on Windows Xp. On Vmware i have installed RHEL 5 update 3. Now when i use vi editor and try to split it into...

    Started by raghuvendra, 03-10-2010
    • Replies: 5
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  8. c++ wchar_t

    Hello, I have been playing with utf32 characters and I cannot get the following working: #include <iostream> using namespace std; int...

    Started by meereck, 03-01-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  9. replace string with sed in bash

    Hi, I try to replace a string in a file like a=text b=4 c=5 I would like to replace with sed $a:$b with $a:$c I tried

    Started by gekkos, 03-12-2010
    • Replies: 5
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  10. Question [SOLVED] syntax error near unexpected token `(' while installing RPM than runs psql c

    Hi all I created an RPM (through a SPEC file I specified) that's supposed to perform database operations. One of those operations (on uninstall)...

    Started by pcsantos, 03-11-2010
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  11. need help with Korn Shell Scripting program

    The program should input a user login name Monitor the respected users activities for X minutes where X enters into your program in an...

    Started by synergy141, 03-12-2010
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  12. Question extract line based on column information

    Hi, I would like to know how can I select lines based on the information that I have on the 6th column. My file looks like this: 91102...

    Started by Thais, 03-11-2010
    • Replies: 4
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  13. [SOLVED] Makefile - destination directory

    Hi all I have a problem with my makefile. I have the makefile in the directory 'source' and I want to have the compiled program in an other...

    Started by tomv, 03-10-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  14. Thumbs up Create a Gui for Linux

    Hiii... I wanna create a Gui like windows operating system for Linux. The latest Linux versions are user friendly .But I want to do this as a mini...

    Started by krishnampkkm, 03-12-2010
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  15. awk, sed or grep?

    Hello, I need one command for my script how print in one file all the word how match more that "nr" time in an gived named file. Thanks for...

    Started by thewalker, 03-10-2010
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  16. Log when ssh user login/logout

    Hi everyone, I'm looking for the best way to write into a file when a user open a ssh session and when he ends it. I found the way to get the...

    Started by ppied, 03-11-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  17. Cron Job

    Hi, im trying to make a cron job that would delete everything in...

    Started by WoofHosting, 03-11-2010
    • Replies: 1
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  18. Shell Script Command Subtitution

    Hello! Basically the idea is to create a crispy script that adds break lines to every excel table in a file and saves them to different...

    Started by antn, 03-11-2010
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  19. Post Help with simple program

    OK I'm trying to have a simple loop which keeps on printing each number from 1,2,... on a different line and it keeps on doing so until the user...

    Started by en_7123, 03-09-2010
    • Replies: 4
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  20. [SOLVED] Syncing only one file to disk

    Hello everyone I'm trying to create a simple bash script that force syncs one single file to disk. So far, I've used the "sync" command but this...

    Started by thb, 03-10-2010
    • Replies: 1
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