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  1. Talking Pci device listing

    I have written one program in c language which list out all pci devices using /sys/bus/pci but there is one problem for /sys. This directory does...

    Started by helpmeforlinux, 11-22-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  2. Talking Hardware Probing

    Hi i want to know how kernel probes the hardware, actually i want to probe pci hardwares. But i dont know how to do that because because i want to...

    Started by helpmeforlinux, 11-22-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  3. few bash are scripts giving me problems

    ok here is a script that I am trying to write to give two integers and then either perform a add or divide function with it. I can't figure out what...

    Started by adaykin, 11-21-2006
    • Replies: 9
    • Views: 1,100
    11-22-2006 Go to last post
  4. Newbee: What GUI do I choose?

    Hi! I'm all new to Linux programming and want to write my apps in C, but after googling for a bit on GUI I got all confused. Which GUI is the...

    Started by Marcusx, 11-21-2006
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,014
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  5. Referencing a SMB share within the console

    I have a simple network file server running Win2K. If I browse to a particular file, called say "example_folder" using the GUI, the address in the...

    Started by khinch, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 1,249
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  6. while loop using cat <file> | while read LINE

    Hi all, I am new to bash programming and am stuck with a seemingly simple problem. Here is my script: #!/bin/bash X=0 cat test.sh | while read...

    Started by paudhe, 11-21-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  7. __dllexport in Linux?

    Hi there, I'm new in Linux and I'll write a test shared library but i don't know, how can i export some function, in other words what is...

    Started by aShok1156, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,148
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  8. Complex Move Command Needed...

    Greetings! I have 300+ directories I need moved - but the catch is I need a simple way to say Move the first 25 one place? Or preferably move 25...

    Started by Luvz2Fly, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 797
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  9. Question C code mod operation on greater than 10 bit

    Sir i want that mod operation on gr8ter than 10 bit by following code of C long d,c,b,n; int i; d= 65073305

    Started by sanjay123456, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  10. Possible to do using PAM script?

    I am pretty new to PAM, so forgive me if this is a dumb question. Is it possible to use to PAM to disable a user (based on UID) after a certain time...

    Started by McManCSU, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  11. Question how can i send data between two computer by (C programe )

    Sir i would like that two computer can communicate by C programme in this i want that on e computer send data and other...

    Started by sanjay123456, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  12. Learning Java

    Ok so I'm taking a java class at my collage. And I need a good site for simple examples. I tryed the java and they're examples are far too long and...

    Started by GODDLY, 11-19-2006
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 829
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  13. How can I send data via TCP to multiple client (C programming)

    in C progamming How can I send data via TCP to multiple client? Right now I use Thread to handle each of connection. Is it ok? or have another...

    Started by sunny_thai, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 4,871
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  14. How can i detect that network is lost by use C

    In C programming. How can I detect that the connect is lost by just modifier tcp server. Right now I use timeout to detect that but that make me...

    Started by sunny_thai, 11-20-2006
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 676
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  15. array in linux

    how can i set array "A" (his size is 28) that contain this : A=1, A=2 .... A=28 ? thanks !

    Started by mystic-d, 11-19-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  16. MySQL Queries in C Program Not Working

    I am writing a small application that receives information from an SBC and puts the information into a database. I would like the program to...

    Started by chris.zeman, 11-15-2006
    • Replies: 4
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  17. Bash Script...Rounding down unix time

    I run a trending application and to create graphs I need to specify the start & stop time. I just use "date +%s" to get the unix time in seconds...

    Started by Bad Inferno, 11-18-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  18. Listing files on a local (LAN) site..general help needed

    My goal is to make a small website, only accessible at my house, that would allow whoever accesses it to browse to my server's music, movies, etc and...

    Started by josolanes, 11-15-2006
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 766
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  19. replacing characters withn the string

    Hi, Im looking for the way to replace characters within the string ... i saw this post but not really sure if that would work and how to use that. ...

    Started by alexus, 11-17-2006
    • Replies: 8
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  20. help doing a shell

    The shell must show GOOD MORNING OR GOOD AFTERNOON OR GOOD NIGHT (depending of the system clock time) followed by the name of the current user....

    Started by elioncho, 11-18-2006
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 754
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