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  1. Any Bash scripters able to help with a problem?

    Ok i'll get straight to it. I have 2 bash scripts. From the first one I have this: WHATSYOURDOMAIN="test.org" /root/SCRIPTS/add-virtual-domain ...

    Started by dvergatal, 05-12-2005
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  2. Wrapper for String.h

    Hello all..... I have been using gcc 2.95 with libg++ and it had a header file String.h. It used to support lot of string functions. Now I have...

    Started by manish_velankani, 05-13-2005
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  3. Simple Socket Server Source Help!

    I have this C++ code: int main( int argn, char **arg ) { int port = atoi( arg[ 1 ] ); int sock_listen = socket( AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0 );...

    Started by Elpin, 05-12-2005
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  4. Integrating Bash and PHP in a Web Browser interface

    Hallo there. I've just finished setting up a linux server (FC3) with virtual domains, e-mail, ftp, webmail etc.. and I have written a CLI...

    Started by dvergatal, 05-12-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  5. C++ IDE

    Hi all Im thinking of learning c++ and have a few questions. 1. What is the difference between a C++ IDE and Visual C++ IDE 2. Can you...

    Started by blue_wolf, 04-09-2005
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  6. Segmentation fault when using KDE CONTROLS IN QT Application

    When iam using any KDE CONTROLS IN qt application eg like KDatPicker it is showing segmentation fault during execution. the error when analyzing...

    Started by vexbyte, 05-12-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  7. kill command is not working within awk

    Hallo... I need to run this script to protect the user1 from more than 30% cpu usage.But kill is not working within awk.What should I do ?? ...

    Started by jyoti100in, 05-11-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  8. Perl SMTP Server simulation

    greetings all i am looking for SMTP Server simulation in Perl, currently I am using Net::Server::Mail::SMTP package from cpan.org and i have...

    Started by fadiebia, 05-11-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  9. Suppress warning about unsigned int compared with int

    Hi All, I'm trying to get rid of a bunch of warning messages when I compile and most of them boil down to warning me about comparing an unsigned...

    Started by sadohert, 05-06-2005
    • Replies: 6
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  10. Shared libraries - Things work when linking, but not run tim

    I started out programming with MS Visual C++ so my understanding of what's going on under-the-hood when compiling is still sketchy. I'm just getting...

    Started by sadohert, 05-10-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  11. Unable to send messages to pager using mail command.

    Hi, I am trying to send an email to a pager through my shell script on linux. I use K shell. Problem : I am able to send an email to any email...

    Started by dmellach, 04-18-2005
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  12. Error Message Help

    I keep getting this error message when i try to run one of my script test4: line 9: syntax error near unexpected token `)' test4: line 9: ` *) ...

    Started by phernand, 05-10-2005
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  13. When do you use scripting:::examples.

    Hi All, whilst now studying bash scripting, I'm wondering what people mainly use it for. I know that probably each person''s reuirements are...

    Started by downdogWoof, 05-01-2005
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  14. C Probelm: Max number of times can use fopen in a program

    Hi, Im writing a c program and i can only open a file so many times until i get a segmentation fault. I am using fopen and fclose to open and...

    Started by bchizen, 05-09-2005
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  15. Automatcly fill option using bash script

    Hello all! I'm kind of new to scripting and I hope this is the right place and appologize if not. ok to bussiness... I am writing a script and in...

    Started by Just Dave, 05-10-2005
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  16. Problem

    Anyone had this problem: Gtk-WARNING **: invalid cast from `GtkFileSelection' to `GtkText' Gtk-CRITICAL **: file gtktext.c: line 945...

    Started by Fallen Angel, 05-06-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  17. Displaying Processes

    Hi folks, I'm pretty much new to linux and scripting in general. I'm currently doing a small assignment for a course, and was wondering if...

    Started by onimkron, 05-09-2005
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  18. tripwire configuration

    i want to configer the tripwire in linux, i am not able to do it.i tried for many times and i am getting an error at passphrasing, from there i am...

    Started by venkatesh, 05-09-2005
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  19. Is there an easier way to set these variables?

    Hi. I'm new to this forum but not new to linux. I have been using redhat for my home server since enigma 7.2. I am self taught and can get the OS...

    Started by sparkix, 05-01-2005
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  20. ls latest created file

    How to get the latest created file (only latest created file) from the linux directory using "ls" command. Thanks for any help.

    Started by narko, 05-03-2005
    • Replies: 4
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    05-08-2005 Go to last post

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