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  1. I'm not sure which language

    Folks, I'm not a computer person per se, but I've been around them for 30 years. I've come to realize that programming may become a lucrative...

    Started by trefall, 11-30-2009
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  2. probably a simple awk / grep / sed question

    Hi, I am relatively new to scripting. I have a directory with many files. All the files have the string 'Score' in the second line, followed by...

    Started by mcbenus, 12-10-2009
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  3. help me in my bash script

    I create a bash script with using case syntax. My bash script option must be "./script user hello". Below is the content of the script. I want...

    Started by packets, 12-14-2009
    • Replies: 1
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  4. [SOLVED] Script run in CLI but not in cron

    Hi, I have created a bash script to run as non-root user. The script run well when executed from the CLI but not when scheduled as a cron job....

    Started by syd05, 12-11-2009
    • Replies: 4
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  5. Bash not bahving

    Problem 1: changing == to = in the if statements below will ALWAYS result in the if block not being executed. == is NOT the same as = despite all the...

    Started by zeroth404, 12-09-2009
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  6. parsing logs in c

    hello, i'm new to c and i'd like to parse some infos in linux logs (such as syslog). What functions should I use? i've not understood how fscanf...

    Started by Elishac, 12-01-2009
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  7. Bash Scripting

    I've used linux for a while, and I'd like to get started with some scripting. Can anyone help?

    Started by tp2357, 12-13-2009
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  8. syntax error near unexpected token done

    hi i am a newbie in bash scripting i wrote a 5 line code and am getting an error as follows: "syntax error near unexpected token done" heres...

    Started by nandonachi, 12-10-2009
    • Replies: 1
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  9. Noob wanting to learn c or java

    hey I am new to this, and currently i have ubuntu on my cp for about a year and i want to learn to program. I dont know where and what to start with...

    Started by knux889, 12-10-2009
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  10. diff between "system calls" and "kernel threads"

    Hello, May i know what is the difference between systems calls and kernel threads. I googled for the answer but as a newbie i didnt get understand...

    Started by shariefbe, 12-11-2009
    • Replies: 2
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  11. Post Compilation Problem due to version change - need advice

    Hi, I have the following c++ code and I try to compile it with "g++ -c myCode.cpp" in three different versions of the gcc compiler:...

    Started by Atanu, 12-10-2009
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  12. Writing Script to download .jpg

    I am attempting to write a script that will download some files that are in a date format say like 20020904.jpg. How would I make it so it would...

    Started by wizofozz, 12-11-2009
    • Replies: 7
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  13. Exclamation Bash Automation Problem

    Hey. I've wrote a bash script that completely automates the installation and configuration of a webhosting server. However, when it gets to...

    Started by ShadyB, 12-11-2009
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  14. how to get external ip address?

    Does anybody know how to get external ip address with c and socket? To make things clear, A linux machine may have multiple ip address, for...

    Started by microstarwwx, 12-11-2009
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  15. oracle: error overriding PWRITE64 with LD_PRELOAD

    Hi all. I'm trying to override PWRITE64 syscall (and maybe others) when using oracle database. I created a shared library and it runs my code, but...

    Started by klayme, 12-10-2009
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  16. using grep or sed to find non blank lines not starting with ...

    I am trying to use grep or sed to locate all nonblank lines that do not begin with a // /* or # in a file. egrep ".+" will find all nonblank lines...

    Started by blackbox111, 12-09-2009
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  17. Autotools guide for a server application

    Hello guys, I'm developping a server application for GNU/Linux platforms... but as I'm a little newbie using the autools, I'd like to know what I...

    Started by Glus, 12-09-2009
    • Replies: 1
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  18. Unhappy Perl graphics

    Hello there, I dont know how to run PERL graphics program. Do I need some packages for that to run graphics programs in PERL in FEDORA 10? I can...

    Started by anujchadha, 12-05-2009
    • Replies: 2
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  19. N00b help for scripting..

    Hey guys I am just trying a simple script to run a statement in shell.. what is wrong with this code ? #!/bin/sh $count = 2 echo $1 if ;...

    Started by khandu, 12-10-2009
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  20. directory with date name

    hello, im relatively new here and i aint too sure about a few things. anyway. im trying to create a directory within a script which is named...

    Started by linuxnewbie09, 12-09-2009
    • Replies: 1
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