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  1. Script corruption by Windows editor???

    ok, so i made a small observation this afternoon: i discovered that after re-editing my script on Wordpad-Windows(first typed out using "Vim" on my...

    Started by Tokunbo, 08-14-2006
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  2. Using parallel port driver

    Hi all, I'm trying to write a simple c application to read 1 byte of information from the parallel port, but for such a simple task I'm finding it...

    Started by david_roberts, 08-14-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  3. trying out my hands on scripting

    hi all, scripting is my next target...following some tutorials: my basic script: script is to create filename from variable USER_NAME ...

    Started by Tokunbo, 08-10-2006
    • Replies: 7
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    08-13-2006 Go to last post
  4. Thumbs down Writing A Driver

    I've got this little USBkey from iConcepts. It's essentially a horrible security dongle. The Windows app that came with it was on a floppy and...

    Started by axessterminated, 04-13-2006
    • Replies: 4
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    08-12-2006 Go to last post
  5. Memory Partitions

    Can we have memory partitions in Linux, like we have in nucleus and vxworks. i want different dynamic memory areas for different sub-system in my...

    Started by HunT_GuY, 08-10-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  6. compiler problem while installing mplayer

    while configure the mplayer it gives me like that bharat@bharat:~/MPlayer-1.0pre7try2> ./configure Detected operating system: Linux Detected...

    Started by bharat suthar, 05-22-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  7. How to put wireless adapter in RFMON Programmatically

    Hi gangs, I am newbie here, I want to put my Atherso based WIFI adapter into RFMON so i could capture raw 802.11 frames on the air! I use c for...

    Started by rzcodeman, 08-11-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  8. Question Linux Clearscreen command

    Hey! Does anyone know how "man" clears the screen so that when you exit "man" it returns you to where you were previously? Does it use a...

    Started by junnytony, 08-07-2006
    • Replies: 7
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  9. Unhappy Code::blocks

    I downloaded and installed CODE::BLOCKS to learn how to program in C from: http://www.codeblocks.org/ Does anybody use this IDE? Can somebody...

    Started by daacosta, 08-10-2006
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 1,360
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  10. How to get currently running process names ?

    hai all, Plz me help in finding the process names currently running . I want to know is there any C library function that can give...

    Started by vinall, 08-04-2006
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  11. Virtual Memory Information

    HI all Just as /proc/<pid>/status stores the current memory usage of the process is there any file that will stores all the memory address of a...

    Started by cmmanish, 08-10-2006
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  12. Migrate from winsock to linux?

    Is there any good guide on migrating C code written for winsock to something more linux friendly? It's not terribly complicated code, but things...

    Started by tranzmatt, 08-10-2006
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  13. Describe awk operator ~

    Hello, Can anyone describe the below awk command? awk '{if ($11 ~"\"-\"") print $1 }' filename

    Started by mitto, 08-10-2006
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  14. Get the last three characters of a string???

    I am writing a shell script. I want to check the last three characters are ".ld" or not But I will not know the lenght of the string ( ie. dynmaic...

    Started by Tomato, 08-10-2006
    • Replies: 3
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  15. How to detect USB

    Hi... I'm a beginner in linux and bash scripting and I'm trying to make a simple script to clone an imagefile to a CF card (use USB), now the...

    Started by rian, 08-08-2006
    • Replies: 7
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  16. Question .so.x ?

    Hi Linux gurus! I just wanted to know that what does the number after .so represent? Here is an example: $ rpm -ql openssl | grep lib...

    Started by anand, 08-09-2006
    • Replies: 3
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  17. Checking the code ..

    #!/bin/sh #For Daily Routine echo 'Checking in Progress ...' echo > status.txt echo >> status.txt for i in IVR011 IVR012 IVR021 IVR022 do echo...

    Started by Dastard, 08-08-2006
    • Replies: 4
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  18. "grep sed what!?" removing line breaks?

    ok i have this: 08001NAT 230026 03463 101003 101011 101013 121097 155366

    Started by herot, 02-10-2006
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  19. too many arguments with "tr" command help please.

    how can i make this work? -bash-2.05b$ cat totalfileserverpiclist.txt | tr -t '' '' >! piclistbigcase.txt tr: too many arguments Try `tr...

    Started by herot, 08-08-2006
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  20. <iostream> components protected?

    Hello, I recently installed Fedora on my machine so I can program something in linux. I am using the <iostream> class' buffers istream and ostream,...

    Started by Mash_UofT, 08-08-2006
    • Replies: 1
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