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  1. Multiple send() from Client to Server

    Hi I am trying to do multiple send's, but the server only recives the first send and displays the second send as empty or garbage: Client code:...

    Started by ashucool83, 09-29-2005
    • Replies: 6
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  2. machine starts

    how can i start a linux command as soon as my linux machine (red hat) starts ?

    Started by X-Man, 09-29-2005
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  3. Xlib: drawing into window of other process

    hi, i'm looking for a way to draw calculation-results from multiple processes into one single window (processes might run on cluster later). i...

    Started by baldo, 10-05-2005
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 1,093
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  4. Printing problem with : Lazarus

    Can some one point me in the right direction with using Lazarus and send thing to the printer via CUP or anything, becuase I do not know where to...

    Started by damie, 10-05-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  5. help in compile with openGL

    Hello as with many, I'm new to Linux but old to programming. I've set the system up, installed mesa-6.3.2, followed setup instructions,used make...

    Started by knobby, 10-03-2005
    • Replies: 4
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  6. can a child process return a value to a parent process ??

    hi, in case i fork a process and i want that process to return a value that should be printed in parent process....is that possible without...

    Started by y2j_2062, 10-04-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  7. Escape Character needed for =

    I have the following code (in KSH) $sentence="abc,def,rtr" var1=`print $sentence | cut -f1 -d","` while [[ -n "${var1}" ]] #true if string...

    Started by macvijay1985, 10-04-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 821
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  8. shell script: find subwords with 'compilation' word

    Hello, Can someone please tell me how to write a bash or shell script for the following questions: Given a word such as compilation, the...

    Started by suresheva31, 09-29-2005
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 9,045
    10-04-2005 Go to last post
  9. Automating Password Setting In Linux

    Hi, My company just adopted Linux as our mail service platform (Red Hat 7). The challenge now is how to create more than 6,000 user accounts...

    Started by tundebello, 10-04-2005
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 800
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  10. Copying a script without calling itself name

    Hi to all, i have a simple question: i redirect with a exec &>filename.log all the script output: is there a trick to copy itself all the script...

    Started by Newbie_69, 10-03-2005
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 877
    10-04-2005 Go to last post
  11. How to (safely) have multiple GCC installations on the same machine?

    My Red Hat Linux system came preinstalled with GCC 3.2.x installed in /usr (i.e. the executable in /usr/bin, the libraries in /usr/lib, etc.). I...

    Started by thanhvn, 10-02-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  12. How to write command-line-like applications

    Hi! Can anybody tell me where to find some kind of skeleton program for command-line-like applications? I want to create an application which gets...

    Started by asutic, 10-03-2005
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 8,446
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  13. getdate in C

    Hi, is there a way to specify the template that getdate() uses in the source code? I'd like to provide it the string "11/22/2005 12PM" to get the...

    Started by Javasnob, 10-01-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 8,005
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  14. Desktop File Transfer

    Hello..Can anybody teach/help/give me an idea on doing a program title "File Transfer" using socket. I hope someone from you here can help me...

    Started by seattledaze, 10-01-2005
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 822
    10-03-2005 Go to last post
  15. socket programming ( handle bind exception )

    I write socket program in linux. server socket can't bind by unexpected exit. I want to handle when it can't bind socket.

    Started by Jeon, Chang-Min, 10-02-2005
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,655
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  16. split in Perl

    Why is it that when I use split without any arguments (which should operate on whitespace and $_), the whitespace is still in the strings that are...

    Started by Javasnob, 09-25-2005
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    • Replies: 13
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    10-02-2005 Go to last post
  17. Sub-Image-Localizer-Script or -App. seeked

    Hi Community, I am looking for a small (perhaps gtk+based) script or mini-application which finds a rectangle small image within a rectangle big...

    Started by hans1967, 10-02-2005
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 985
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  18. Creating a folder with the current date as name

    Hi, Im', trying to automate the creation and archiving of backups. For that purpose, at the end of a week I want co copy the dayly backup files...

    Started by JacquesMaeder, 09-29-2005
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 37,492
    10-02-2005 Go to last post
  19. program will compile with VS but not gcc

    i must be using gcc wrong because this: #include <iostream> using namespace std; void main&#40;&#41; &#123; int score; cout <<"Enter your score&#58;\n"; cin...

    Started by designbydave, 10-01-2005
    • Replies: 5
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  20. New to c++, about to pull hair out! can't compile simple helloworld!

    ok here is my code: #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main&#40;&#41;; &#123; cout <<"Hello World!\n"; return 0; &#125;

    Started by designbydave, 10-01-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 856
    10-01-2005 Go to last post

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