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  1. php

    whats the easiest/most efficent way to have multiple pages in one file?

    Started by napolian, 10-29-2005
    • Replies: 7
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  2. Going to make a source-compile script

    For programs on Linux. I'd like it to be fully automated, from extracting the contents all the way to make install. But I have one problem, I need to...

    Started by peaceofpi, 10-23-2005
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 1,224
    10-29-2005 Go to last post
  3. Multithreading: which library to make it portable?

    Friends I'm starting to learn multithread programming in Linux, I'm using C programming language. Besides the default in Unix systems is pthread...

    Started by Savago, 10-27-2005
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,705
    10-29-2005 Go to last post
  4. networking problem with java in linux!!

    import java.net.*; import java.io.*; public class sourceviewer { public static void main(String[] args){ if(args.length >0) { try{ URL u...

    Started by mangudai_gb, 10-27-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 834
    10-28-2005 Go to last post
  5. Python IDE

    Does anyone know of good IDE for python one that is fre but of professional quality

    Started by Dude500, 10-25-2005
    • Replies: 5
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    10-27-2005 Go to last post
  6. how to get an exe file to run on other computers

    Hello I'm sure this is a simple answer but it's giving me a nightmare. I've compiled some C code on my laptop which runs fine. However when I go...

    Started by knobby, 10-27-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 2,646
    10-27-2005 Go to last post
  7. linux terminal question

    Hi Im programing a perl script which executes commands on a terminal i.e.: `mkdir /some_directory/`; Heres my question, is there some way to...

    Started by pelonbiologo, 10-26-2005
    • Replies: 7
    • Views: 1,537
    10-27-2005 Go to last post
  8. Raw1394 read/write problems

    I am attempting to gain access to the raw1394 device so that I can interface with a sony camera on a firewire port. The camera does not have Linux...

    Started by bbergeron, 10-26-2005
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 1,168
    10-26-2005 Go to last post
  9. Not ./

    How can i make my script run that is in "mactabilis home" What is on the desktop,without doing ./<script>,I just wont it to run by simply typing the...

    Started by mactabilis, 10-25-2005
    • Replies: 7
    • Views: 1,077
    10-26-2005 Go to last post
  10. Wrting Pong in C

    Hello everyone, I just started learning C, and to test and refine my skills, I started writing a Pong clone. So far, everything's going rather well,...

    Started by Javasnob, 10-24-2005
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 2,117
    10-26-2005 Go to last post
  11. how to read /etc/shadow

    Hello friends, want to read the /etc/shadow file but problem is that i want it without root user ... mean without any comprise from...

    Started by dakoo, 10-26-2005
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,668
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  12. Perl scripting help please - Output not outputting correctly

    This perl script is not out putting correctly. It takes the $dir name from a file in a while loop and is supposed to output the $dir name, then it...

    Started by xponet, 10-25-2005
    • Replies: 9
    • Views: 3,971
    10-26-2005 Go to last post
  13. open(2) returns 0

    Hello, I have an odd problem with using the open system call: it seems whenever I try to open an existing file in a certain program I've written,...

    Started by dafl00, 10-23-2005
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    1 2
    • Replies: 11
    • Views: 10,146
    10-25-2005 Go to last post
  14. Python/Ruby help

    The following is output from the interactive python interpreter: >>> v = &#40;'a', 'b', 'e'&#41; >>> &#40;x, y, z&#41; = v &#40;1&#41; >>> x 'a' >>> y 'b' >>> z...

    Started by Loridan, 10-25-2005
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 773
    10-25-2005 Go to last post
  15. Makefile and configure

    Hey all. I've got a few questions about deploying an app once you've written it. As it stands, I've written a Java app that I am intending to...

    Started by Cabhan, 10-23-2005
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 1,366
    10-25-2005 Go to last post
  16. Bidirectional data transfer suing scoket ?

    Hello all ! I am new to Linux. I want to know how to perform data transfer between client and server bidirectionaly using socket programming.....

    Started by ssg14j, 10-24-2005
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,004
    10-24-2005 Go to last post
  17. how sizeof operator internally works

    hi all, i want to know how sizeof operator internally works in c/c++. whar is the underlined mechanism. also i want to know that is it working...

    Started by sandeepb, 10-24-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  18. Multithreading, file access and race conditions...

    Suppose to have a module written in C by yourself, wich controls a V4L device. This module give an abstraction for using video inputs, video output,...

    Started by burnit, 10-22-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,952
    10-23-2005 Go to last post
  19. Question about Writing GNOME Documentation

    Allo tout la monde! I am developing a programme in GTK/GNOME, and I would like to start writing the documentation for it. (It really does provide...

    Started by Reisswolf, 10-18-2005
    • Replies: 7
    • Views: 1,088
    10-22-2005 Go to last post
  20. Too fat to get through a pipe...?

    I'm trying to decode an Ogg Vorbis file and show the progress through KDialog. I couldn't get it to work and thought it was something wrong with what...

    Started by a thing, 10-16-2005
    • Replies: 7
    • Views: 1,423
    10-22-2005 Go to last post

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