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  1. Making .tgz files with todays date

    The thing I want is to dump a database and gzip it with a name that includes todays date. A friend of mine recommended that I asked here. I'm...

    Started by Eplez, 11-09-2006
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  2. how to debug a software??

    Hi everyone i have a question and i hope this is the right place to post this question. i downloaded a quagga developer package.. but the...

    Started by khero, 11-09-2006
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  3. About lynx and wget to do stuff automatically

    I run across this script to tell lynx to automatically send log in on my ADSL server (its executed every time my adsl-start program connect me to my...

    Started by daniel.java, 08-24-2003
    • Replies: 2
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  4. shell script 4 checking installed or not

    Hi I wana a shell script which always check for the condition something like as follows Say I have shell script to do something in python.....but...

    Started by gunakar, 11-09-2006
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  5. FUSE: GMAIL Mounting

    I really don't think this is any particular problem with the links I mention. You may read the thread without reading these links, as this is some...

    Started by apoorv_khurasia, 11-09-2006
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  6. writing a simple makefile

    I have two C++ files called lab3.cpp and syserr.cpp. I need a makefile but whenever I try to write one, the make command tells me I'm missing a...

    Started by Ghost, 11-09-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  7. Help combining Perl script

    I have a script that works fine but I know it could be written in a simpler way. I'm wondering how I can combine the following into a simpler set of...

    Started by phoch00, 11-09-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  8. Viewing CHM(help file) in linux

    Hi Guys Im looking for shell script which can open the chm files in linux to read ..... dono about the support like to read it in the...

    Started by gunakar, 11-08-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  9. trouble using export

    Hello.. im quite new to scripting... im trying to set some constants that are to be used by other scripts. When im writing export TEST...

    Started by Raggfisken, 11-08-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  10. PROBLEM : Reading from serial port

    Hi everybody. I was hoping I can get some help here. I'm am working on this serial port "driver" and I encounter problems reading properly what...

    Started by alexandru_37, 11-08-2004
    • Replies: 1
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  11. changing env vars in unix

    Please examine this code: #include <iostream> #include <stdlib.h> using namespace std; int main(){ char * envVar;

    Started by Ghost, 11-08-2006
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  12. bash script to move the file in bin when used rm command

    Hi I m looking for the bash shell script so that if accidently use the rm command then it will move the file used with rm command to bin. and if...

    Started by gunakar, 11-08-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  13. How to get time in Linux Module (LKM)

    Hi Friends, This is my first post, :) and i am expecting warm response from you guys ;). I am writing a small module using Linux Module...

    Started by mkpmkp44, 11-07-2006
    • Replies: 4
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  14. Question Using SED to find line that contain a word?

    Hi, I was looking the ways to read XML file but since it kinda hard after all... Can I use `sed` to find the line that has spesivic contente in it?...

    Started by alexus, 11-07-2006
    • Replies: 3
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  15. Check userid/password from a script/program

    I would like to check from a script/program if a userid/password combination is valid on my linux box. What is the best way to do this? I want to do...

    Started by johann_p, 11-07-2006
    • Replies: 7
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  16. C program which Enumerate currently running applications

    hi, I want to enumerate currently running applications in my C or Java program . anybody know the solution , pls suggest it to me. any library...

    Started by hiimsa, 10-30-2006
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  17. error: Command Not Found ( Urgent )

    hello, i am trying to execute the job(C shell script) on host machine using qsub. when the job completed i am getting Command Not Found error....

    Started by dayalan_cse, 11-07-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  18. Plugin for Mozilla Firefox

    Hi every body! I'm working on plug-in for Firefox in Linux. But I don't know is there any framework to do that job. If possible, anybody can share...

    Started by bryanpham, 11-07-2006
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  19. Allocating more than a megabyte of memory

    I've been thinking: since most implementations of malloc() use multiple lists to keep track of free memory, and each list manages free memory...

    Started by Javasnob, 11-07-2006
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  20. how to run a prolog script

    I would like how to run a prolog script i have downloaded the gprolog and it is installed in /usr/bin/gprolog what should i do to run the script

    Started by elgabry, 11-05-2006
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 11,745
    11-06-2006 Go to last post

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