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    Hey I remember the Borland compiler, it was...

    Hey I remember the Borland compiler, it was great, much better than MS C. I'm old enough to remember and use but not old enough to have written the binary for it ;). I miss the old CRT computers...
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    wlan0 fedora 20 intel iwlwifi

    Hello: Running F19 wifi worked no problem, then upgraded to F20 and wifi seems to be installed but not working.

    I don't use Network Manager, pure scripts and the old ones for wpa_supplicant and...
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    Case in point: Linux kernel or say RTEMS micro...

    Case in point: Linux kernel or say RTEMS micro kernel versus Microsoft 7,8, XP...
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    The specs say that you must maintain value before...

    The specs say that you must maintain value before and after cast forwards and backwards. Any implementation must meet ISO. GCC meets ISO standards. So a pointer size must still be an address of the...
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    That's precisely the danger of C in the hands of...

    That's precisely the danger of C in the hands of Luddites. You CAN break its intended behaviour any way you like. Thats the beauty of "God's programmimg language". Binary insertions, library load...
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    Just so you are clear what I was saying...

    Just so you are clear what I was saying implicitly: a pointer - any kind of pointer - is an address - that's it. It's an address with a context - a type of data that will be located at that address....
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    Thank you for your comments, although I think the...

    Thank you for your comments, although I think the words from another programmer were self-explanatory, there is a reason why you can assume the pointer size is same. I'm not saying you should always...
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    c - What is guaranteed about the size of a...

    c - What is guaranteed about the size of a function pointer? - Stack Overflow

    From C99 spec, section 6.2.5, paragraph 27:

    A pointer to void shall have the same representation and alignment...
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    Understood; well conceptually, a pointer is an...

    Understood; well conceptually, a pointer is an address with a type cast associated with it. I could malloc * void and it would still work with the code and a type cast to type. SInce a pointer...
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    Conceptually, not sure what's wrong with simple...

    Conceptually, not sure what's wrong with simple demo code for educational purposes? It's simple to enlghten implementation.

    I did have [0] before and got a seg fault, perhaps I was mistake to...
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    Single pointer to function - Syntax in GCC

    Hello;

    I'm having a problem figuring out the right syntax for calling a pointer to a function with just a single pointer to function from inside a holder struct. I'm using GCC to compile.

    This...
  12. C programming : dynamic allocated variables not working.

    Ok I am missing something simple.

    i'm trying to push new structs or realloc / malloc and in one case it works and the other it doesn't.
    This code doesn't work:




    struct score_entry
    {
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    Hi there; Well here is my advice, if you want...

    Hi there;

    Well here is my advice, if you want to know what works and what stops working, go through the procedure of starting kmod, wlan, and wpa_supplicant so you can see what is not working and...
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    Actually that will make sense. The link will not...

    Actually that will make sense. The link will not be ready if you aren't near a radio to communicate with,
    You won't get wlan0 up until it can communucate. Debugging won't make sense because I'm...
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    Ok kmod ath9k running - check kmod ath9k linked...

    Ok kmod ath9k running - check
    kmod ath9k linked up to cfg80211 - check it looks like its configured right.



    Now it looks like that mod probe started it because before there was no wlan0 last...
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    Run modprobe ath9k Then paste output here...

    Run

    modprobe ath9k

    Then paste output here

    Then

    lsmod
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    it doesn't look like wlan0 is running, see look...

    it doesn't look like wlan0 is running, see look in mine there's a bunch of wlan0 lines - thats the interface up and running first. wpa_supplicant is just a service, it needs clients to call on it...
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    Hi; the -B option means runs as a daemon in...

    Hi;

    the -B option means runs as a daemon in the background so no, if it ran successfully you won't see it's output. If you run in the background and it has an error it will scream loudly in the...
  19. Autoconf and doxygen outside source directory

    Hello;

    I need to include doxygen into a autoconf / automake project. Here is my problem. The problem is this project uses a fresh build directory outside the source. You call the configure...
  20. Ok good to know. An RTEMS developer told me about...

    Ok good to know. An RTEMS developer told me about

    RTEMS Runtime Link Editor (RTL) RTEMS Runtime Link Editor (RTL)
    that can load ELF files into code or remake that complete object file.

    I'll...
  21. ok thank you! Cheers! Dave

    ok thank you!

    Cheers!

    Dave
  22. Looking for a run-time module loading framework of unix/ish system

    Hello;

    I'm scoping out the work needed for a new project, and I am looking for ideas. The development OS is linux, building to another Unix/like system called RTEMS (RTEMS Real Time Operating...
  23. Solved

    Please see above...
  24. OK I solved it; This is from the automake...

    OK I solved it;

    This is from the automake manual:

    "If your configure.ac has:

    AC_INIT([src/foo.c])
    AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([mumble], [1.5])

    you should modernize it as follows:
  25. autoreconf: configure.ac: not using Automake ???

    Ok I haven't used autoconf/ automake in a while; I'm not sure why my call to autoreconf -fvi (bootstrap) doesn't start automake at the end: any ideas?

    thanks, Dave

    Here was the output:

    ...
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