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  1. threads & signals

    Hi, Im writing a program that has a few threads, each of one eventually blocks waiting for a message to be sent into a message queue (each thread...

    Started by fede_ff, 10-04-2005
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  2. Process ID control

    Is there anyway you can start a process with either a predetermined process ID number or name? Here's what I'm doing, I want to restart a java...

    Started by seemsimnotalone, 02-19-2006
    • Replies: 3
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  3. Help needed in segmentation fault

    Hi! I am facing problems here... This is the coding that i compile in linux terminal : #include <stdio.h> void *mymalloc(size_t request); int...

    Started by babycorn, 02-15-2006
    • Replies: 6
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  4. Setting up QT to compile QTParted

    I'm really just trying to install (compile) QtParted. Most of the day I've been installing all the dependancies, but now I've hit a problem I can't...

    Started by Fieari, 02-18-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  5. Matrices in MIPS

    Greetings, I have no clue how to call matrices and use them in MIPS. I can declare them as so... A0: .word 1, 1, -1, 3 A1: ...

    Started by ibowtotux, 02-18-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  6. defining checkpoints for a program

    Hi, I am writing a parallel program using MPI for Beowulf Clusters. However I figured out I would need to define checkpoints in my program to save...

    Started by darkagain, 02-17-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  7. Newbie help with /var/mail/root

    i can run the code tail -500 /var/mail/root and get a output of the file. but i would like to know how i can filter out all the cron jobs that...

    Started by Spagnuts, 02-17-2006
    • Replies: 0
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  8. Getting MD5s

    I am writing a program that creates MD5s. I want it to return same output as md5sum. I understand when I use md5sum like this: echo password |...

    Started by zappacky, 02-16-2006
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    • Replies: 10
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  9. Bash Scripting: Passing paramters to a called function

    Hi I want to run a language sml and pass some "pre-determined" commands everytime. Now in bash I type sml to enter into sml terminal and now I use...

    Started by apoorv_khurasia, 02-15-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  10. Cool Error: in the exectable file & strace

    i'm a beginer in Linux programming. i tryed: root@ubuntu:/home/proj7# gcc -Wall -o hello hello.c root@ubuntu:/home/proj7# strace hello i get:...

    Started by sirmoreno, 02-16-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  11. Reading 4 bits

    Assume i have a char which is 8 bits if i am not mistaken. I want to convert it to hexadecimal. I can do this easily by reading 4 bits at a time....

    Started by zappacky, 02-15-2006
    • Replies: 7
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  12. BASH script problem

    #!/bin/bash #script name = mkarray if ; then tempstr="$1" else tempstr="$1" while ; do shift tempstr="$tempstr\ $1" done

    Started by josolanes, 02-09-2006
    • Replies: 9
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  13. Linux Backup/Restore utility design

    Hi All, Can any one help me in understanding the implementation/design of backup/Restore utilities to tape in linux. Any docs/pointers will be...

    Started by rajeshk, 02-08-2006
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  14. Process States

    Can anyboby explain the process states of output ps -ax What does D,S Ss+, D+ stands for ? Jomy

    Started by jomy, 02-14-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  15. Unhappy Share Memory Problem

    Hi all, When we build a big share memory with 'shmget' and 'shmat' functions, we have no problem in RedHat linux. In Fedora 4 linux we get...

    Started by reza-ts, 02-10-2006
    • Replies: 6
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  16. How to run a command or program automatically after finished booting in console

    have a development board, everytime i reboot, the ipadress will be gone, n i need to do the ifconfig eth0 192.168.1.1 up to assign to my board. do we...

    Started by qbeexx, 02-14-2006
    • Replies: 1
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  17. declare variables within a loop with incrementing names

    My current minor dabble in programming waters is to try to write the "Fabulous Elf Game" (invented by a maths teacher, based around probability...

    Started by Giles, 02-10-2006
    • Replies: 9
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  18. help command in linux console

    Hi! I am a new user in linux environment and having this problem. If i type in cat /proc/self/maps in linux terminal, there will be a 5...

    Started by babycorn, 02-13-2006
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,172
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  19. Arrow Problem In Compiling "hello World " Module

    The following program was compiled in REDHAT Fedora-Linux. #define MODULE #include <linux/module.h> int init_module(void) { ...

    Started by sharanu, 02-10-2006
    • Replies: 2
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  20. Analysing an object file

    Does anyone know of a utility to analyse an object file, like what functions it provides?

    Started by Javasnob, 02-12-2006
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 1,274
    02-13-2006 Go to last post

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