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  1. Expect: Parsing/evaluating lines of numbers

    There *has* to be an elegant way to do this in Expect... I have a command that returns lines of numbers. Like: prompt% mycommand --loop=5 ...

    Started by kajkaj, 09-13-2007
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  2. Expect / telnet skips characters

    Hello, I have an Expect script containing: send -- "i 1 liabETH0=$liabETH0\r" sleep 1 expect -re ".*\r Param>" sleep 1 send -- "i 2...

    Started by kajkaj, 09-11-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  3. How to modify ps output format?

    Hi guys, I have a problem when parsing the ps output data. Because there's no unique delimit between two fields(some field use spaces too,...

    Started by blackguester, 09-11-2007
    • Replies: 7
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  4. Exclamation After compile (gcc) create .exe

    Hi I'm new in this forum, I would like to know what can i do to make my program in C an executable file. I tried with $ gcc test.c -o test.exe $...

    Started by jimissama, 09-08-2007
    • Replies: 5
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  5. Question GPG Script?

    Hello, I'm using CentOS 4.5 and I'm trying to find a script that will compress and / or encrypt files. I would like to use GPG but GPG does not have...

    Started by mjc, 09-12-2007
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  6. Scheduling

    Using setitimer and sigaction how to schedule a function that gets called every 10 secs?

    Started by kanchan_agr, 09-12-2007
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  7. linux network protocol programming

    hi, Can any body tell me about the best book dealing with linux network protocol programming which i can trust in my postgraduate study.

    Started by amr_qura, 09-09-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  8. Ok now I almost have it, but not quiet..

    Ok look at the following file test.file 1 9199=4p 121 JOHN.tmp DALLAS 09/10/07 # 1 - Create files 2 - Convert Times ...

    Started by cdslaughter, 09-10-2007
    • Replies: 4
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  9. Compress files in FTP

    Dear All, I want to download files around 2GB from FTP. It would be better to compress those files as zipped file. How can i compress files in...

    Started by moorthygs, 09-11-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  10. Question [SOLVED] Embed Images in php mail

    Hi all, I'm trying to embed a single image into my php mail function. Following the code part,when i receive the mail -image is shown as an...

    Started by Lakshmipathi, 09-11-2007
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  11. Unhappy Problem with fork() / execvp()

    Hi! I am working with fork() and execv() commands for first time. Reading through the manuals I wrote following code in C on unix sys. which went...

    Started by sabat, 09-11-2007
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  12. Menu's built from Variables.

    Ok here is a simple question. I am writing a script that requires a user select something from a list. This in itself is not difficult, however it is...

    Started by cdslaughter, 09-08-2007
    • Replies: 5
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  13. Bash Scripting: Is this possible?

    Hey there gurus, fans, and students alike! I have another Q about sed. First let me show you my almost working scenario: #!/bin/bash ...

    Started by Imahottguy, 09-11-2007
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  14. Find text in files

    Hey, how can I find a specific text in any file on my system? Ive tryed this Bash Line (script) su root -c "time grep "find / "|cowsay" And Ive...

    Started by RobinVossen, 09-11-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  15. Question Makefile, by automake, contains line @SET_MAKE@, a make error.

    I am new to Linux programming, after many years programming. I ran automake on my GCC project, which created the following line in Makefile: ...

    Started by edearl, 09-10-2007
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  16. Cli/gui C (++)

    Hi, Im bored and so I thought. Lets make a Installer for my Gentoo system XD.. Ah, well my idea was to make a Program that just executes exact...

    Started by RobinVossen, 09-11-2007
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  17. Beginners help with php scripts?

    I downloaded this php scripts called phpbb which apparently is like a whole website, you just need to upload it to a host that supports php and other...

    Started by allanmcllin, 09-11-2007
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 667
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  18. Cron Jobs for FTP download

    Dear All, Please to be inform you,I have posted one thread on this forum last 5 days back. I was not getting suggestions for my thread. So i am...

    Started by moorthygs, 09-10-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  19. Lightbulb Lightweight HTTP Client functionality for embedded projects

    This is probably the 9999th demonstration of a lightweight HTTP GET client, but if I can make someone else's life easier then so be it! Our client...

    Started by Stealth1971, 09-11-2007
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  20. Any c/c++ ide like visual studio???

    hi everyone, i would like to know if there is any c/c++ ides like visual studio for gnome. i ve seen kdevelop for kde which is really cool but i...

    Started by maxpayne_gr, 12-24-2006
    • Replies: 9
    • Views: 2,302
    09-10-2007 Go to last post

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