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  1. 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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  2. 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
    • Replies: 3
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  3. 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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  4. 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
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  5. Memory Reading/Writing causes seg fault

    I wanted to know if there is a system call that will determine if a process will cause a segmentation fault when trying to read/write to a particular...

    Started by sean04, 11-06-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  6. Question threads!!

    hi...... i'm working on thread programming... my question is : when the multi threaded program does not give us better performance than single...

    Started by sunlife, 11-06-2007
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  7. Can anyone help me with core dumps?

    I don't know who else to ask this point. I rent a server which has been crashing non stop. Nobody can debug the core files from the crashes for me, I...

    Started by NixNubby, 11-06-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  8. How to prgrammatically compare a file timestamp against currrent time

    I need to use kshell to compare a file's date/timestamp to the current day and time and if they are within fifteen minutes of each other(give or...

    Started by sail87, 10-31-2007
    • Replies: 3
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  9. [New Project] Multiplatform network library, looking for help

    Hello! You may have already seen this post somewhere else. I'm looking for help, that's why I'm sending it on the couple on forums. Features...

    Started by goofacz, 11-06-2007
    • Replies: 0
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  10. Music Programming

    Well, here is the deal. Id like to play music. But I don't like playing a instrument. Well doesnt that make sence? :P Well its just I saw Sound...

    Started by RobinVossen, 11-04-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  11. gtk+ programing help

    hi , I am currently in a process of developing a gtk+ application for image viewing. I have developed a simple GUI using glade, it consists of a...

    Started by danr, 11-06-2007
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  12. I want apply a script to all files of a directories' tree.

    Hi, I want apply a script to all files in a tree of directories. How must I do? Tks

    Started by Shell_Maniac, 11-04-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  13. themes

    hi all at present am working with theme engines.. for sample i created an gtk based application.. for this how to add themes.. means i would like...

    Started by munna_dude, 11-05-2007
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  14. matching fields

    I'm writing a program that needs to be able to match different types of fields. These fields include date/time, numbers, and strings. I'm just not...

    Started by deadowl, 11-05-2007
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  15. Cipher programs in C

    I'm not really sure if this belongs here, but does anyone have any books on cryptology and specifically coding ciphers with C? I've produced one...

    Started by SagaciousKJB, 11-05-2007
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  16. exit status issues from a noob

    so I'm really new to shell scripting and I've been studying and playing around trying to write a couple of useful shell scripts for myself. today I...

    Started by LinuxZealot, 11-04-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  17. Delete lines that match.

    I am trying to find a way in bash to delete all lines in a file that contains the backslash (\) . I tried using sed to delete the file out with the...

    Started by Korelis, 11-02-2007
    • Replies: 8
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  18. Need script to run a prog

    I need to put a script together that will run these commands below cd /this folder python I'd like to link this to a desktop icon...

    Started by Chris H, 11-03-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  19. problem with gasp in python

    im learning python from this book How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: 4. Conditionals and i just got to the part about gasp but when i...

    Started by thesimplecreator, 11-03-2007
    • Replies: 9
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  20. Script: put the output of a command into a variable.

    I want the output of command1 goes into variable A . For instance, if command1 = echo -n "148" , I want put 148 into A . I have done some...

    Started by Shell_Maniac, 11-03-2007
    • Replies: 2
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