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  1. Extracting website headlines

    Need help here... which command can i use to extract out the headline from some website using linux konsole???

    Started by jeffrey_seeNJ, 07-06-2007
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    07-20-2007 Go to last post
  2. give me the code for Creatin a progrm to input filenam using shell scripting in linux

    give the code for this program Create a program to input filename and provide the file status. Like if the file is a ordinary or empty or executable...

    Started by lucky1020, 07-19-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 571
    07-19-2007 Go to last post
  3. Error traping in nautilus scripts

    I'm a beginner at shell scripts and I need to learn a few more tricks to compete a task I have. I have created a very simple nautilus script to...

    Started by dertiger, 07-15-2007
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 594
    07-19-2007 Go to last post
  4. shell script to create a new shell/prompt like interface

    give me the code for this Write a shell script to create a new shell/prompt like interface enabling users to execute linux commands. Ideally user...

    Started by lucky1020, 07-19-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 994
    07-19-2007 Go to last post
  5. gcc asm (x86) issue

    I'm working on a program where I've implemented a wrapper around an assembly atomic compare-and-exchange function. It seems to "work" correctly in...

    Started by Rarrum, 07-18-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,667
    07-19-2007 Go to last post
  6. Art of compiling :-)

    Hi I have an simple question, about C++ sources compilation. How can I make a binary and use compiled binary on all i386 machines and Linux...

    Started by yonami, 07-12-2007
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 554
    07-19-2007 Go to last post
  7. space problem while choosing a file

    hi all i am in strange problem. i opend a terminal( am in root now) enterd cd Desktop cd one now am in one directory... i am using a gtk...

    Started by munna_dude, 07-19-2007
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 433
    07-19-2007 Go to last post
  8. Arrow GTK and Database

    Hi, Please suggest some examples to use gtk with SQLite like Databases. Regards, Zoobave Zoobave's Blog

    Started by zoobave, 07-16-2007
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 2,071
    07-19-2007 Go to last post
  9. Problem with C++ STL

    I'm not sure whether I should ask this here or in Debian help, seeing as I'm probably missing some file or package, but the thing is I can't compile...

    Started by GabiAPF, 10-29-2005
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 11,503
    07-18-2007 Go to last post
  10. detect and mount usb stick with C?

    How can I detect if there are USB sticks on the machine and how is it possible to mount them? I did use a libusb for detection of...

    Started by charmik24, 07-16-2007
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 5,757
    07-18-2007 Go to last post
  11. Does Sun still have competitiors?

    Just out of curiosity: there are a lot of alternatives out there when you're talking java on linux: blackdown, IBM. gcj, Kaffee etc etc But...

    Started by dr_te_z, 07-18-2007
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 506
    07-18-2007 Go to last post
  12. Question Install Allegro in Eclipse

    I am new to Eclipse. I use C++ IDE. How to install the Allegro Library in Eclipse? Where to download it?

    Started by Tsarevich, 07-18-2007
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 3,872
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  13. How could I exempt char to grep?

    Hi, I have a lots of mailq in postfix. I want to create a script but the return of mailq is below: 83BE81A1872* 8797A1A1998* 8C45A1A1A72*...

    Started by packets, 07-18-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 645
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  14. Smile how to program calculator

    Hello I would from you to help me about how to write scrpit to make a calculator using shell in Linux. Only I want a calculator that make + , -...

    Started by manar, 07-17-2007
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 836
    07-17-2007 Go to last post
  15. shell script help

    Hi, I need loads of help, since I dont know where to start, which technic to use etc. I dont have the know-how in programming, but I guess shell...

    Started by mackis5, 07-16-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 2,395
    07-17-2007 Go to last post
  16. Cut the power with terminal or a script?

    I was using Ubuntu recently and some of the shutdown commands. To say the least, the way computers turn off today is not exactly what I'm looking...

    Started by Agent-X, 07-17-2007
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 549
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  17. making error checks in bash

    hi, Im trying to check for empty boxes with dialog and bash, and it seems to error even if there is input. I don't know if these are the correct...

    Started by jwmw1023, 07-16-2007
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 549
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  18. Saving Changes After Sed Command?

    I otherwise wouldn't ask this, but after a long time searching the internet for what I thought would be a quick and simple answer, I haven't found it...

    Started by UniqueUserName, 07-16-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,874
    07-16-2007 Go to last post
  19. bash scripts to access installed software

    Dear all, I am new to linux & much eager to learn scripts. My initial task is to write scripts to access the installed software i.e. in subfolder...

    Started by Analysis, 07-15-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 816
    07-16-2007 Go to last post
  20. Question A good framework for C++?

    Does somebody know a good framework for C++ programing under Linux? I would like to write programs with GUIs, buttons, combo boxes etc.

    Started by minthaka, 07-15-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 682
    07-16-2007 Go to last post

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