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  1. make pseudo terminal as virtual terminal

    Hi Experts, i have a openwrt linux box connected to a host system through a null modem cable to serial port. All the kernel messages are printed...

    Started by annada, 10-13-2009
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  2. BASH: Script Input Flags

    Hi. Im wondering if there is a way to use flags when starting a script. Something like this. Script -a -b 10 Right now Ive got something like...

    Started by Grizzlyman, 10-13-2009
    • Replies: 2
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  3. Red face Linux Apache web access for a directory tree

    Hi I have apache installed on a Linux server. I have a directory/folder on this server i.e. /giga/giga1/himanshuali/folder1 I want the above...

    Started by Sangal-Arun, 10-12-2009
    • Replies: 1
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  4. Zenity Login Banner

    I have the following piece of script where when a user logs into their account they are confronted with the following dialog with an OK or Cancel....

    Started by newbie56, 05-06-2009
    • Replies: 6
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  5. doubt about POSIX Timers

    I have basically 2 questions which is mentioned below 1. how to pass arguments to a Timer. When we create a timer , we tie it up to a function ,...

    Started by titusabraham, 10-10-2009
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  6. What does the following assembly language script do?

    !BITPATTERN = 0xAB01CDFF .global main main: save %sp, -96, %sp set BITPATTERN, %l0 clr %l1 ! checkpoint 1

    Started by scripthelp, 10-12-2009
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  7. Exclamation sed/awk to append text

    I am trying to add something before and after a line of text, I guess the best way to do this would to use sed/awk?? :?: ---This would be the...

    Started by chadfletch17, 10-12-2009
    • Replies: 2
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  8. Find all files modified in a date range

    I normally use "find /path -mtime x" when looking for files modified in various 24 hours periods in the past. But what if I'm wanting to find all...

    Started by thehemi, 03-06-2007
    • Replies: 5
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  9. Tab-completion in ksh

    Hi guys i m new to this forum I searched the site for some relevant posts but got none. I m workin on a completion feature which i have...

    Started by Maverick1, 10-12-2009
    • Replies: 0
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  10. [SOLVED] HTML smiley.

    Hi All, I'm using sendemail (successfully) to send an email which contains HTML format i.e. i have HTML lines/data and some href links (short link...

    Started by Sangal-Arun, 10-09-2009
    • Replies: 2
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  11. C# Generate Fixtures

    Attached is a project that lets you control a sports league. If you enter these teams: FOO A FOO B BAR BAZ & the restart the program it...

    Started by matio, 10-09-2009
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  12. script to automatically change password every 12 hours

    Hi, I haven't used shell scripting before but I am a programmer. I have a bunch of script kiddies trying to hack into my ftp site. I need to...

    Started by NeilF, 04-10-2005
    • Replies: 5
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  13. Remove Multiple Strings From a File

    I have a list of 8000 servers, one server per line, in a text file. I need to remove 2000 specific server names from this file and save the...

    Started by primowalker1960, 10-07-2009
    • Replies: 5
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  14. Facing error while running "g++ 3.4.4" code in "g++ 4.3.3"

    Hi, I have to compile some cpp codes which were written in "g++ 3.4.4". But now I am using Ubuntu 9.04 (which uses g++ 4.3.3) and whenever I tried...

    Started by Suranjit, 10-06-2009
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  15. Smile editing a file within

    hi, i want to edit my input file which looks like this 1-0.0020 3-0.98768 4-2.98765 i am trying to multiply those float numbers by 1000 and i...

    Started by desp_to_learn, 10-05-2009
    • Replies: 8
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  16. I need to reformat some text files...

    and I'd like to do it scripted, since there's about a hundred of them all with the same issue. The Problem: KAddressBook and probably a bunch of...

    Started by D-cat, 10-03-2009
    • Replies: 5
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  17. is a java script a cgi script?

    Hi, one application I have to develop is to use cgi scripts in a web page. I've found shell script as examples of cgi scripts. But I have also...

    Started by pierre_labeguerie, 10-08-2009
    • Replies: 4
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  18. Date comparison with 'string date having slashes and time zone' in Bash only

    The problem statement: I have a standard thttpd web server log file. It contains different columns (like IP address, request result code, request...

    Started by TariqYousaf, 10-08-2009
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  19. USB Pluggin/out Detection in C/C++

    Hi All, I want to write a C/C++ code where i can detect that any USB device is plugged in/ out of the system. Thnx Alot

    Started by RockyMarrone, 10-07-2009
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  20. FIles too big to open with fopen() in C

    Hey, I've been working on a small encryption program, and I ran into a snag on Linux: It seems that any time I try using the program on a file over...

    Started by SagaciousKJB, 01-22-2008
    • Replies: 8
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