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  1. Serial programming in C

    Hi! I was trying to get my serial port to work by first building a simple program to write and then read data from the same port. The program will...

    Started by oddabd83, 07-18-2007
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  2. Obtaining network information from kernel

    Hi everybody !! Im a recent Linux user, study computer science and i love C programming. As usually use internet from my laptop thru the...

    Started by Margaret Kani, 07-23-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  3. how to make a motion picture player

    hello everybody, I want to make my video player for my ARM based PDA system. for that i am using nano-x (microwindows ) library and i.e...

    Started by hiimsa, 07-20-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  4. what are the build-in libraries of gnu libc

    When I start progrmming in c, I can invoke some system calls( such as read ,fork,exevp) without including any libraries. Is there the possiblity...

    Started by haperkelu, 07-20-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  5. printing script code in colors...

    I'm trying to print out my scripts in the same coded colors that Vim creates as its' text. I've given up on enscript...nothing I've tried or have...

    Started by Lowell T., 07-30-2006
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  6. Unhappy A Link Error about Pthreads

    Here is the code: #include <stdio.h> #include <pthread.h> void *thread(void *vargp) { printf("Hello World!\n"); return NULL; }

    Started by rEmir, 07-26-2007
    • Replies: 7
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  7. bash script

    #!/bin/bashk=" " i=`rpm -ql mozilla | grep /usr/lib/mozilla- | tail -1 | cut -d/ -f4` echo $i path=`whereis $i |cut -d" " -f2` pathname=$(path)...

    Started by munna_dude, 07-28-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  8. How to display file system by generation time

    :???:I want to find all file system and display them by generation time for example if I have file call 'ali' generate in May and other file call...

    Started by alivip, 07-28-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  9. How can i know USB mounted using C

    Hi, Iam developing app on touch screen controller.my doubt is how can i know whether USB pen drive is mounted or not using c. ...

    Started by rajkumarmadhani, 07-26-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  10. Lightbulb cut or awk - am I missing something ?

    Hi All, Pls help...as it looks like I'm missing something. $ head -1 arne_1_6_terry_trask_elems-final...

    Started by Sangal-Arun, 07-28-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  11. Command Line interface?

    Hi All, I am developing interactive Command line interface(CLI) for my application and the application is jboss running on linux rel4, So this CLI...

    Started by mallickcs, 07-26-2007
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  12. Question Can't compile Kaffeine 0.8.4 from sources. Problem with xine-lib detection.

    I have a problem with Kaffeine 0.8.4 compilation. Firstly I have to say, that I'm using Mandriva 2007.1. After fresh install I removed libxine and...

    Started by Zibi1981, 07-27-2007
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  13. Exclamation Command Line Conundrum

    Dealing with 7 remote servers I need to know the syntax to find the exact OS they are running on... Obviously they are all running some flavor of...

    Started by necropolisknight, 07-27-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  14. Question List absolute pathnames?

    Hi, does anyone know of any parameters to be passed to the command 'ls' so that it displays the absolute pathname of each file listed ?:confused: ...

    Started by kvaibhav, 07-27-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  15. php cron task not running?

    Hi there. I'm probably missing something fundamental here (jack of all trades master of none) but I can't seem to get my php cron tasks to run.......

    Started by lukus, 07-20-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  16. To extract a string which is inbetween parentheses shell scripting

    Hi guys, I need some help extracting the string which is inbetween parentheses.. for example "(38400)" is my string . and I need to extract...

    Started by sharonenoch, 01-21-2007
    • Replies: 4
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  17. ftp to another server and rename same file from different folder

    hi all, "/1/2/3/report" needs to be ftp to another server, and renamed from "report" to "3" the script below is able to ftp over the files, but...

    Started by mrverdi2k, 07-26-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  18. How to execute content of var in Shell Script

    Hi all, In a shell script I tried to create a command saved in avariable called CMD. The value of CMD is fine and I can echo it and I can execute...

    Started by jhopmann2000, 07-26-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  19. Dechifrering tcl

    Hi, I am reading some tcl code and have not been able to understand the following syntax in some tcl code $::New::temp what does this mean?...

    Started by greisen, 07-26-2007
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  20. regarding alsa

    how can i link sound devices to my application. iam new to this sound envoronment thank u sree

    Started by cnu_sree, 07-26-2007
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 420
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