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  1. recursive renaming

    I want to run this command "rename 'y/ /-/' *" on an entire directory. As is, it only runs on the current directory. If I could find a way to...

    Started by zigmann, 04-19-2005
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  2. Can I compile / build GnomeBasic project?

    Hello! My program works lovely when I execute him with gb project Can I build executable file, so I can run it without GnomeBasic installed?...

    Started by Burgos, 04-19-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  3. Getting the amount of free memory

    Hi, I'm wondering how one can see the amount of free memory from within a C program. I was thinking about something like calling "mem" from...

    Started by Fugitive, 04-18-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  4. netinet/ip_tcp.h ???

    When I try to run my program that refers to above header (its complete path is /usr/include/netinet/ip_tcp.h), it gives a lot of undefined...

    Started by anamikasoni, 03-30-2005
    • Replies: 5
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  5. Denu, menu editor/generator.

    I'm currently writing a new version of my program denu, http://denu.sf.net , and am in need of people willing to test and package denu for other...

    Started by tannewt, 04-19-2005
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  6. getchar problems with gcc

    char c; c=getchar(); When I run things like this in GCC, that comes with mdk 10.1, it ignores it completely. Is the syntax wrong, or is it gcc...

    Started by I_am_the_C_coder_FEAR_ME, 04-17-2005
    • Replies: 6
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  7. Grep with no parameters?

    I was just wondering if i can send a parameter to grep that will give the same result as if i had no grep process for example: printenv | grep...

    Started by GuitarNerd, 04-13-2005
    • Replies: 8
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  8. Udp?

    Ok so I wrote a little portscanner that scans for open tcp ports on remote box. It works fine. Now I'm interested how to scan for open udp ports? I...

    Started by Fallen Angel, 04-14-2005
    • Replies: 6
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  9. Compressing & archiving files on Windows server remotely

    I have a bash shell script running on my Red Hat server which FTP's into a Windows 2003 server to retrieve several .dbf files to be processed by an...

    Started by ggduff, 04-16-2005
    • Replies: 5
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  10. Which shell is better?

    I have decided to master shell scripting on my own. I found some books from the library on Bash and Korn shell. What are their differences? Need some...

    Started by Lexis, 04-10-2005
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  11. linux packet capturing

    greetings all i need to know if there is any built-in packet capturing tool or perl script available in linux red hat 9 that can capture packets....

    Started by fadiebia, 04-14-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  12. Send mail from script

    hi everybody: how i could send a mail from script?, in this e-mail i want to attach a file. thanks in advance :roll:

    Started by tonet, 04-15-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  13. Setting Focus with Enter key In Linux GUI widget sets.

    Several of the projects I want to port to Linux from Windows involve the use of multiple single line text entry widgets where the focus is set...

    Started by Coral Snake, 04-15-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  14. a question regarding shared memory / ARM system

    hi friends, I write 2 processes in user space which share shared memory (#include <sys/shm.h>). These 2 processes see this shared area as a...

    Started by sybvn, 04-11-2005
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  15. Problems with gtk programming

    I write a simple program to learn using Gtk for GUI programming. My include files are in /usr/include/gtk-2.0/gtk/gtk.h. However, when I compile my...

    Started by ndha, 04-13-2005
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  16. about TCP client socket

    tcpclient.c I want to ask the client to send packets continuously, but the result is that it only ran once and sent once, then stopped. I am very...

    Started by walking, 04-13-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  17. using date to collect the date within c++

    im trying to make a program that needs the date, month, year, and weekday (in int (except for weekday i guess)). since i don't plan to use it...

    Started by robotics56a, 04-12-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  18. Portin VC++ MFC code to Linux using wine

    I have an application which I need to port to Linux .. The applications is divided into several dlls and has fully functional MDI gui ... I was...

    Started by Alok Rao, 04-13-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  19. Shell script to ftp

    I'm trying to do a shell script to open an ftp connection and put some files into the remote computer i am kinda new to linux yet but i'm on my...

    Started by Aerethorn, 04-08-2005
    • Replies: 6
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  20. c++ strings

    hey guys is there any equivalent in class string (c++) for the strtok from string.h? because i hate strtok..lol. what i have to do is to separate...

    Started by hal, 04-09-2005
    • Replies: 8
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