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  1. C program under Linux

    I have recently(yesterday) started trying to learn linux and to program in this os. Now, one interesting and probably easy problem I came across...

    Started by JoeyMoey, 01-05-2017
    • Replies: 5
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    01-06-2017 Go to last post
  2. *.php script dont work

    Hi, I have problems widht this PHP from website on my raspberry pi Itīs just 2 buttons to turn the relay on or of But nothing happens when i click...

    Started by hasseswe, 01-03-2017
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 843
    01-06-2017 Go to last post
  3. shell parameter with #

    Teradata BTEQ script contains the following string with shell parameter: $CheckVar#LoadVar What does it mean? What does the part after sharp mean?...

    Started by oogolov, 01-02-2017
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 488
    01-03-2017 Go to last post
  4. sourcing a script and passing arguments

    a1.sh . $HOMEDIR/b1.sh function1 echo "DATE1 = $DATE1" b1.sh function1() {

    Started by linuxamateur886, 12-27-2016
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 700
    01-01-2017 Go to last post
  5. Multicasting

    Hi there! I have an application that performs a discovery via a Multicast and SLP. I have learnt that routers, by default, do not allow Multicast...

    Started by jesusitoLinux, 12-20-2016
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 498
    12-24-2016 Go to last post
  6. Question How do you make an implementation of code inside the kernel?

    I've been set with the task which requires me to make an implementation of Hash_Drbg, the code I was given lies in the kernel and can be found if you...

    Started by Jauck, 12-17-2016
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 531
    12-24-2016 Go to last post
  7. Python: Initializing package manager based on distribution?

    Ok so I'm writing a python script that executes Java & Git commands. as such I need to verify these apps are installed and install them if they are...

    Started by Saorthoil, 12-22-2016
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 545
    12-22-2016 Go to last post
  8. BASH: simple script, check file modified date if loop

    Hi I'm very new in regards to unix programming.. I come from powershell. I'm setting up a kiosk RPI to show a powerpoint. The thought is that...

    Started by Symbiot78, 12-13-2016
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 859
    12-18-2016 Go to last post
  9. Run process on one core ecxlusively?

    Hi, I think about using a (somewhat) realtime application on a SoC with Ubuntu operating system. I know, typically a realtime Linux is needed for...

    Started by Elmi, 12-15-2016
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 664
    12-17-2016 Go to last post
  10. Using an implementation of Hash_drbg

    I am having trouble using the implementation of hash_drbg that can be found if you search 'drbg implementation'. it should be the first link from...

    Started by Jauck, 12-16-2016
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 395
    12-16-2016 Go to last post
  11. trimming string in file

    Hello, I have a file with two differente lines, 20 characters each, named here sample1 and sample2: sample1 ABBAABBABABABABABABB sample2...

    Started by green2016, 12-16-2016
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 778
    12-16-2016 Go to last post
  12. Lightbulb Script detecting /dev/sdx...

    Hi All, I'm looking shell script will keep checking for sdb, sdc and sdd exist in the system (/dev/sdx). Once the script found these three drives...

    Started by eekhaytan, 12-06-2016
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 723
    12-12-2016 Go to last post
  13. stopping on error in a bash loop

    I am doing a for loop in a bash script that automates compilation for a few packages. But I do not know how to make bash stop its loop when an error...

    Started by sigzegv, 11-10-2007
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 19,777
    12-09-2016 Go to last post
  14. regexp in grep to get the text between words

    I need to capture from a log file like I have putted down here, the text between string "<GBPFault>" and "</GBPFault>". I only get it if the in the...

    Started by drusa79, 12-05-2016
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 447
    12-05-2016 Go to last post
  15. Question how can i create a script that will ssh a device and type some command

    Hi Guys, this is the scenario: ubuntu pc and I have 10 wireless devices that I need to check their firmware version. I would like to create a...

    Started by gabak, 11-30-2016
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 623
    12-02-2016 Go to last post
  16. Question backup server client with ssh

    Hello I have a linux connection in which I had to join a server and a client via ssh. What I am asked is on the client machine to display the top...

    Started by wikipedio, 11-25-2016
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 817
    11-27-2016 Go to last post
  17. awk or said to change a path

    lsnrctl status LISTENER | grep "Listener Log" | awk '{print $4}' ## the output will vary, but it will look like this: ...

    Started by youtoo, 11-22-2016
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 534
    11-26-2016 Go to last post
  18. Help needed with Make

    Hi Everyone, First of all I am new to Linux and Softether. I am trying to install the softether VPN client and I get the following error when I...

    Started by topgrip, 11-24-2016
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 848
    11-24-2016 Go to last post
  19. Script for HP Embedded Web Server

    Hi, In our company we have serveral HP Officejet Pro 8600 N911g printers. I would like to create one addressbook (in CSV format) and import it...

    Started by Eclectica, 07-18-2013
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,488
    11-23-2016 Go to last post
  20. Problem related to using read function within while loop

    Hi guys I am getting a serious problem while using the read function inside the while loop. the code is as follow: #include <stdio.h>...

    Started by cena007, 11-16-2016
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 662
    11-19-2016 Go to last post

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