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  1. limit output characters

    hello, how I limit output characters from a bashscript? example: a bash script showing a name of food the bananas 32 units i want:

    Started by sotitrox, 12-15-2012
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  2. Help with making irc game

    Hi, I would like to make an irc game like the old space empires game that was on the old bulletin board systems. I am just not sure how or where...

    Started by twirl, 12-08-2012
    • Replies: 3
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  3. Launching graphical application from web server initiated action?

    Hey Everyone, So the big picture of what i'm trying to do is basically a user clicks a button on a web page and this results in an...

    Started by Ex-Machina, 12-15-2012
    • Replies: 2
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  4. help renaming files.

    In our system we have a script that renames files that it does not know what to do with. When it renames the file it adds a "?" to the end of the...

    Started by mactruck, 12-12-2012
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  5. [SOLVED] gcc - initializer element is not constant?

    Some head scratching going on here: gchar *data = "a-string-that-might-be-4-bytes-or-4000-Ive-tried-both..."; gchar *xpms = { data, ...

    Started by Miven, 12-11-2012
    • Replies: 1
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  6. Single access single resource in programming

    Hi, I am new in linux. I have written a program to read and write into file. I have created same two programs, which can simultaneously...

    Started by sukhdeep, 12-11-2012
    • Replies: 1
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  7. Transparent union

    Why transparent union gives error #include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> typedef union __attribute__((transparent_union)) { float b; int a;...

    Started by sukhdeep, 12-01-2012
    • Replies: 3
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  8. Write a program that works like cat

    Hello everyone, I would like to ask you about program which should work as cat command in linux. I know that first of all i have to use...

    Started by just_jones, 12-08-2012
    • Replies: 1
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  9. Dynamically parse BibTeX and create hash of hash

    Hello gurus, Iam trying to parse following BibTex file (bibliography.bib): @book{Lee2000a, abstract = {Abstract goes here}, author = {Lee,...

    Started by wakatana, 12-07-2012
    • Replies: 1
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  10. [SOLVED] Shared lib folders

    Hello everyone, I'm an Italian guy with a passion for programming (and linux of course) I like to try new distros on my pc but when I do so, I...

    Started by dogiordano, 12-07-2012
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  11. Real-time program.

    How to make my program to be a real-time one"?

    Started by fj089er, 12-03-2012
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  12. [SOLVED] Blank Subject & From header when sending email with ssmtp

    I am trying to send an email with ssmtp from my PC and am a bit stumped. I can send it fine from the command line and with a script, but the...

    Started by jjscott, 12-02-2012
    • Replies: 1
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  13. duplicating and redirecting

    Hi, can You help me with duplicate stdout and stderr and redirect them to the file. i want to get echo 'something' in my terminal and in the...

    Started by mgolczyk, 12-04-2012
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  14. bash scripting to remove certain text

    i have a bash script like this: #!/bin/bash # ALL HTML FILES FILES="*.html" # for loop read each file for f in $FILES do INF="$f"

    Started by ITiger, 12-04-2012
    • Replies: 1
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  15. Bash Programming

    Where do I learn Bash Programming from ? Any source where I can download source code or script to learn ? I'm reading "Learning Bash" , but...

    Started by uglyboy, 11-13-2012
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  16. input a password at each prompt

    I am about to mass copy files from one server to another with rsync. It will be about 100 user accounts (below is just an example). I suck at shell...

    Started by icedutah, 11-29-2012
    • Replies: 1
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  17. [SOLVED] Linking Issue

    Hello, I am trying to build a portable executable emulator using libemu. However I am having this linker problem when I try to build: ...

    Started by RobinVossen, 12-03-2012
    • Replies: 2
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  18. email by regular expressions

    O.K. working for a understanding of the best regular expression to confirm a valid PATTERN of a possible email address. (so I code to keep my...

    Started by potentsinfo, 11-30-2012
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  19. .php files not opening properly in Mint

    I have a LAMP server configured in Mint 12 and am trying to write basic PHP scripts (still learning the code). Whenever I try to open a .php file or...

    Started by Xelaric, 11-23-2012
    • Replies: 1
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    11-28-2012 Go to last post
  20. Using read to prompt for editable user input in Bash 3

    Using read to prompt for editable user input in Bash 3 Below is a simple script to prompt for user input while suggesting an editable default value...

    Started by woodson2, 11-27-2012
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 267
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