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  1. C++ setf function

    Hey all. Again, another silly question from my attempts to learn C++. I am on a chapter that is explaining the setf function. I have copied this...

    Started by Cabhan, 11-20-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  2. using eclipse under linux sooooooo slow.......

    hello all, I have a problem.I install eclipse under linux to develop Java.but i found a boring problem.the app is too slow.when i 'm coding,the...

    Started by sonix, 11-20-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  3. i want to close sound device by force

    I can't open sound device . because other program use sound device. but other program shouldn't exit. how to open sound device(/dev/dsp) in...

    Started by Jeon, Chang-Min, 11-19-2005
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,268
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  4. XML/KDM Question

    <item type="pixmap" id="caps-lock-warning"> <normal file="error.png"/> <pos anchor="c" x="50%" y="55%" width="400" height="70"/> <item...

    Started by pliu59, 11-19-2005
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  5. The really simple things always get me

    OK I put- set i = hello which according to all I've read should make a variable called i containing 'hello'. Yet when I put in echo $i

    Started by Boriss, 11-15-2005
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 1,130
    11-19-2005 Go to last post

    I am trying to write a shell script that will take two files and rearrange the names and data below that name to be the same in both files. For...

    Started by scripty, 11-11-2005
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  7. suppress warning messages & normal messages on commadn execution

    hi i am executing the tar command via a C program using the system command #define CLIDUMP "/usr/AmiNas/clidump" memset &#40;command, 0,...

    Started by sharonenoch, 11-15-2005
    • Replies: 8
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    11-19-2005 Go to last post
  8. Best compiler

    Hi Just joined this great forum and my first question is for the C++ nas C# programers. What is the best available compiler for C++ on linux...

    Started by Mr.Smith, 07-08-2005
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    11-19-2005 Go to last post
  9. Event Handling

    In my program I am using similar code to the one shown below. The problem is that redrawing is a kind of slow (I have many object on the screen) and...

    Started by Dima2005, 11-19-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  10. Starting C++ w/ linux

    Hey, I am not entirely new to linux, but I am jsut starting to getting into programming with it. Before now I was using an antique compiler (Borland...

    Started by th3dougler, 11-18-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,575
    11-19-2005 Go to last post
  11. How much RAM for PHP?

    So I have succesfully installed and configured FC4, httpd, PHP and MySQL on a local machine. I know from hosting providers that 8MB of RAM for PHP is...

    Started by technossomy, 11-18-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  12. kdeinit uses ~50% of CPU

    Hello I am developing an app written purely in C and compiled with gcc under my PCLinuxOS distro. This app processes hundreds of megabytes of...

    Started by gri6507, 11-16-2005
    • Replies: 7
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  13. Color Console

    Using C/C++, how do you output text in different colors? In Windows you can use SetConsoleTextAttribute(GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE),...

    Started by Anonymous, 11-29-2002
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 87,017
    11-18-2005 Go to last post
  14. Python IDE

    Okay, this is not really a Linux question because I'm using Windows to develop Python programs. I need a Python IDE. If I was on Linux, I could've...

    Started by {MaX}, 11-16-2005
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 6,496
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  15. Java GUI builder

    I have to develop an app in a (relatively) short period of time, and it has to be multiplatform, so I thought about Java... Is there any IDE which...

    Started by palex3, 11-17-2005
    • Replies: 6
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  16. close() freezes

    When I'm trying to close the serial port's file descriptor from a C program, the function close(fd) doesn't always return, or it takes a long time...

    Started by bogdanp, 11-03-2005
    • Replies: 9
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  17. My program spends 50% of the time in kernal mode?

    Ok, I'm optimizing a very intesive inner-loop (with assembly code) and have gotten the user mode time down to about equal, in time, with the system...

    Started by ldb, 11-15-2005
    • Replies: 1
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    11-16-2005 Go to last post
  18. Dumping MySQL

    Hi, i have a MySQL database on my server, i was just wondering if there was a way to setup a script to run daily that would dump the database...

    Started by sdousley, 11-21-2004
    • Replies: 8
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    11-15-2005 Go to last post
  19. LaTeX... Newbie learning...

    I am trying to learn LaTeX by myself... I opened VI and typed the following on the console vi test.tex then in the insert mode I did: ...

    Started by daacosta, 10-26-2005
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    11-14-2005 Go to last post
  20. Trying to create a small ftp client

    I can`t recieve a reply from an ftp server. It connect()s, then server says "220 Blah-blah-blah after 3 minutes..." Then I do send(sockfd, "USER...

    Started by metafile, 11-14-2005
    • Replies: 2
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    11-14-2005 Go to last post

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