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  1. Memopry Allocation for process and thread in linux

    What are the memory areas (In data, text, bsss, stack, and heap?)Shared by process and thread?

    Started by Arunkumar D, 02-10-2007
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  2. Python: iterating over differing types

    I've been experimenting with Python for awhile, and now I have a question whose answer(s) is more a matter of style than anything else. I want...

    Started by fatalexception, 02-07-2007
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  3. pattern as parameter?

    in a script, i can d for i in *.part; do { #..(some commands) } and it will do 'some commands' for each .part file, but how do i parameterize...

    Started by bentaylor, 02-09-2007
    • Replies: 5
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  4. scsi inquiry

    Hi, I wrote a small program to retrieve info from a scsi device on RH4U3. Somehow it thinks device mapper is not a scsi device. ex:...

    Started by robertdw, 02-09-2007
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  5. java 'hello world'

    i'm trying to run the very simple example at http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/getStarted/cupojava/unix.html having installed the jdk for...

    Started by bentaylor, 02-09-2007
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  6. inter-script communication

    Hi, I have a script that is basically running a database backup. There are two backup files, one full, one incremental. I am splitting the files...

    Started by pwt413, 02-09-2007
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  7. Function, for i in "$@" and spaces

    What goes wrong? Func() { for i in "$@" do printf " \n" done } Output of a program = input to function: -----

    Started by Zancia, 01-25-2007
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  8. Compilation Problem

    HEllo I have LINUX C programm and i have compiled this programm in WINDOWS C but some of the header file are not supported in WINDOWS C . ...

    Started by Dinesh009, 02-09-2007
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  9. who can find what's wrong in this script?

    ...will win a big "Thanks you"! #! /bin/sh lftp -u username,password ftpsite <<EOF cd httpdocs cd backup if ; then mkdir $1 cd $1...

    Started by kolossal, 02-07-2007
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  10. Exclamation Designing a Web browser and I need help

    My friend and I are making our own web brower and are not sure whether to use linux and Qt3 or windows and C++ , anyways, in Visual C++ there is a...

    Started by DanNab, 02-08-2007
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  11. File/Encoding standard.. UTF-xx

    Is there anyone can help me understand the encoding standard difference? UTF-8, UTF-16, Unicode, Multibyte character... etc. What is locale, and...

    Started by ufmale, 02-09-2007
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  12. Backup Script

    What I would like to do is get a list of files that have changed in the last 24 hours, compress each file and then add it to a tar archive. This...

    Started by gavinj, 02-08-2007
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  13. telnet query: why can't i do popen(..., "rw") ?

    i'm trying to write a program to communicate with a server via telnet, by sending commands and interpreting the response, and then depending on what...

    Started by bentaylor, 02-08-2007
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  14. Interrogation commands / Scripts

    Any one know of any Interrogation commands, programs, scripts, tools or rescources to help find out about remote systems? Information such as: ...

    Started by paulizaz, 02-07-2007
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  15. sockets

    hmm i've heard something about socket programming...can some one tell me more about...i mean i want to make some sockets and i need some doc..i have...

    Started by swamisniper, 02-08-2007
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  16. Korn shell and input

    Hi I very neatly would like to split my input lines into two variables. Each bit of data is divided by a space. My code is below, how can I do...

    Started by disruptive, 02-07-2007
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  17. change filepath to name of the file

    Hi. I've got a variable called filename, but it's the filepath to a file chosen by zenity. is there a way to ignore or get rid of the stuff at the...

    Started by jacks0n, 02-08-2007
    • Replies: 1
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  18. destruction of a shared semaphore

    Hello! I'm a newbie at programming in Linux. I'm trying to create a semaphore shared amongst multiple processes for testing purposes. I want to...

    Started by gcote, 02-06-2007
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  19. Question Using non standard baudrate 28800 with rs232

    Hi, can somebody help me with this one? I have to configure rs232 write/read inside a C program. I'm using the termios.h (POSIX) The problem is...

    Started by palexo, 02-08-2007
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  20. Unhappy TCP file transfer problems

    hey there i'm trying to write a program to send a file over tcp, remotely compile it and return in back to the client I wrote a cpl of functions...

    Started by max22, 02-05-2007
    • Replies: 1
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