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  1. Need Help!

    #include <stdio.h> #include <unistd.h> #include <sys/types.h> int main(void) { int p1, p2, p3; p1 = fork(); //first child...

    Started by N.Z, 11-09-2007
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  2. Question LKM talking to another LKM?

    Hi everyone. This is my very first post on these forums but this certainly looks like a nice place to bring my newbie questions :) I've just...

    Started by Ljunge, 11-09-2007
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  3. Need help in scripting

    Anyone please help me...im writing a bash script using cron , the script have to grep the headline of the website and update to messaging system...

    Started by jeffrey_seeNJ, 08-31-2007
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  4. getopt with advancing pointer?

    I was wondering if there was a getopt_long alternative that advances the pointer on argv (for cleanliness purposes) automatically.

    Started by deadowl, 11-08-2007
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  5. Shell Script

    Hi all, Im a newbie to scripting, but I got to write the following 2 scripts, can anyone give me the readymade script for the below ones:- ...

    Started by arunau2005, 11-08-2007
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  6. Printing out data in evenly spaced columns

    Hey guys, I want to print out something similar to the following in evenly spaced columns. But I don't know to how to. I've tried to do it, but its...

    Started by devilsangels287, 11-06-2007
    • Replies: 8
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  7. using .dd imaging in windows environment

    hi basically ive done a some research into using 'dd' to create an image of a harddrive and impretty sure i unserstand it however the problem is as...

    Started by tootypegs, 11-08-2007
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  8. wget

    The following is a part of a script I've found on the Internet. My question is: When do you use the quotation marks around the URL? The manual page...

    Started by pinesol, 11-07-2007
    • Replies: 7
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  9. what happens to my machine

    hi all suddenly trayicons not showing.. i dont understands what happens.. and yum update not working saying this error

    Started by munna_dude, 11-07-2007
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  10. firefox - popupwindow

    hi all i donno whether it is possible or not .. simply am sharing my querry with you.. is there any way to add firefox web browser to...

    Started by munna_dude, 10-27-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  11. simple bash question

    Hi all, I'm trying to figure out how to loop a variable inside a variable and print it out. Here is the example for ((i=1;i<=4;i+=1)); do...

    Started by djcham, 11-07-2007
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  12. need C Pthreads Library, on PCLinuxOS or in general

    I'm using PCLinuxOS 2007 with what is I believe the default gcc that came with it: $ gcc --version gcc (GCC) 4.1.1 20060724 (prerelease)...

    Started by harmlesscat, 11-07-2007
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  13. Difference between FTP payload Data and simply chopping a file into payload size

    what is the difference between simple FTP payload data and chopping a file into payload size. Both contains same data. do FTP changes data in any...

    Started by ahm_irf, 11-06-2007
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  14. unix and c++ commands

    hi, basically im programming in c++ and i am aware that by using system() you can call dos commands. however is there a c++ function to call...

    Started by tootypegs, 11-07-2007
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  15. httpd.conf file and pl/cgi execution

    Hi, I have an application with a bunch of .pl and .pm files that I want to run. I have them in '/var/www/html/dir1/' and some sub-directories of...

    Started by Graham_Norwich, 11-07-2007
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  16. escape character

    I know this is rather simple I need to echo into a file the string $hello but I do not want it to be considered as a variable but as a string such...

    Started by aaronde, 11-06-2007
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  17. using termios

    I have to set echo value to set for the current shell using termios. Using write command, i want it to be displayed on the terminal... How to do...

    Started by HelloLinux, 11-07-2007
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  18. Backup bash shell

    hey i was trying to see if anyone knew a full script for a backup command. i want to backup all the files not the folders from one directory to...

    Started by Dan86, 11-06-2007
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  19. Reading/Writing to shared memory causes seg fault

    Scenario: One process (process A) creates a piece of shared memory and then execv's another process (process B) that reads/writes from this shared...

    Started by sean04, 11-06-2007
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  20. Serial comm over USB

    New to programming serial comm over usb and cannot find what I am looking for through google yet. When doing I/O multiplexing using a select()...

    Started by Christoph15, 11-06-2007
    • Replies: 2
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