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  1. problem while returning multiple values in perl...

    hello friends, i have written one perl script.Which opens a file and search for some parameter's value and gets the status of these parameters....

    Started by harpalrtu, 03-04-2012
    • Replies: 1
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    03-06-2012 Go to last post
  2. [SOLVED] How does the shell(i.e. bash) interact with a terminal(i.e.Konsole)

    Hi. I know this is a lofty subject but all I'm really looking for is a bird's eye view of how the shell interacts with the terminal. I've read up...

    Started by gerard4143, 03-04-2012
    • Replies: 5
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    03-05-2012 Go to last post
  3. lsof pack type_SOCK_RAW

    When I execute lsof I see these 2 lines: 5836 root 11u pack 1002789 0t0 ALL type=SOCK_RAW 5836 root ...

    Started by occam25, 03-05-2012
    • Replies: 0
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    03-05-2012 Go to last post
  4. Problems changing the signal handler in a child process

    Hi, I am programming in C. I have one signal handler for the main process and I want to change to another handler in the child after the fork, but...

    Started by occam25, 03-05-2012
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,009
    03-05-2012 Go to last post
  5. Startup/stop-priorities with chkconfig

    Hello there. I haven't found my problem here yet so I made a new thread: as far as I understand, if you want to use the chkconfig program to manage...

    Started by Pr0zaxX, 02-29-2012
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,516
    03-05-2012 Go to last post
  6. cgi script not waiting for output

    I'm trying to do something quite simple. I want to run a command using cgi, and display the output of the command in a web page. A simple...

    Started by stokes, 02-29-2012
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 1,149
    03-05-2012 Go to last post
  7. Need a small Shell Script

    Hi I just don't know shell scripting. I want a small script to solve my problem i have file in a folder...

    Started by mvad_mysore, 02-28-2012
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 1,127
    03-05-2012 Go to last post
  8. Lightbulb sed - catched item in command

    Hi! I'm wondering if it is possible to use a catched item in an embedded command just like this: sed 's/(foo)/'"`host \1`"'/g' test.txt So...

    Started by crispybrain, 03-02-2012
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 1,998
    03-05-2012 Go to last post
  9. Unhappy ns2 tcl-how to use dsRED queues for wireless networks

    hi By using ns2.34, i am trying to implement diffserv Qos in a wireless-cum-wired scenario and having problem in policy implementation. for wired...

    Started by dummy01, 03-04-2012
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 1,526
    03-04-2012 Go to last post
  10. Bash-scripts

    Hello, i am new to UNIX systems as well as scripting. I am trying to write a script, which would help me a lot. And i would like to know how am i...

    Started by sh5dow, 03-02-2012
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 802
    03-03-2012 Go to last post
  11. Newbie C++

    This is something I just noticed about how arrays display information: /* Messing around with arrays. */ #include <iostream> using...

    Started by Catch_22, 03-01-2012
    • Replies: 3
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    03-02-2012 Go to last post
  12. Looking for a smarter way to save disk space on regular backups

    Hi fellows. I'm looking for a script that does more or less what "Back in Time" does in KDE, "TimeVault" in Gnome or the “flyback project” in...

    Started by Kloschüssel, 03-01-2012
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 900
    03-01-2012 Go to last post
  13. Grep all words in a file

    I have a file with a few words, and I want to try to see which of all my other files contain all of those words (not just one or the other). How can...

    Started by thermofreak712, 02-19-2012
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 1,428
    02-29-2012 Go to last post
  14. sed help

    I have a list of users who I need to disable (from /etc/passwd). I have set up disabling users on the system by appending "_no" to their shell in...

    Started by xmxfit, 02-03-2012
    • Replies: 7
    • Views: 1,360
    02-29-2012 Go to last post
  15. Porting from windows to Linux

    Hi, I know there are lots of questions on this topic but I've rarely found any good solution for it. I've written a program in c++ using OpenGL....

    Started by saam_blue6066, 02-29-2012
    • Replies: 0
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    02-29-2012 Go to last post
  16. New to scripting!

    Hello, I figured I would ask the community here for some help. I am currently taking a Linux class to familiarize myself with it. His current script...

    Started by Techscape, 02-28-2012
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 996
    02-29-2012 Go to last post
  17. sed help

    Would someone please explain to me why this doesn't work: echo '<trkpt lat="45.343239"...

    Started by RogerM, 02-26-2012
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 1,470
    02-28-2012 Go to last post
  18. Issue commands at network layer (ie send voltages over ethernet ports)

    So, I've Googled and Googled, and I've found nothing. Is it possible (and not incredibly painful) to interact with an ethernet port at the physical...

    Started by summersab, 02-22-2012
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 1,120
    02-28-2012 Go to last post
  19. read() system call problem

    hi i have a problem with the return value of read() and pread apparently... when my program executes this: (fd is a big file, with lots of...

    Started by balista, 02-19-2012
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 838
    02-28-2012 Go to last post
  20. C++ on windows

    Hello, I've recently written a program in C++ for a maths assignment. The funny thing is that we weren't meant to use C++! I was meant to...

    Started by Catch_22, 02-18-2012
    • Replies: 7
    • Views: 1,258
    02-27-2012 Go to last post

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