I am new to this valuable forum and would like to ask members for some helpful resources to learn HPC administration and monitoring resources such as webinars, websites, forums, books, and moocs as I need them to get more competencies to my career.
I am planning to choose my career as Unix/Linux Admin or a DBA. But I have come to know from forums and few admins like the job will be 24/7. I have few questions on that.
Can we get "DAY" shifts in any one of the admin Job ?
Can't we have shift timings in any company ?
Eventhough the... (7 Replies)
I work in an environment, where I need to login to multiple UNIX sessions(Always types my password when prompted for)
I heard of ssh keys which provides us a valid authentication and that avoids us typing the password.
Now I want to generate the ssh keys and use in my... (2 Replies)
I have a bash string comparison which is not working, looked for help, and found this.
is equal to
http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/images/caution.gifNote the whitespace framing the =.
if is not equivalent to the above.
I do not find this to be helpful because I am... (2 Replies)
I'm currently a Windows admin and have wanted to jump ship to the *nix side for a while now. I've been studying both through an lpic level 1 manual as I have time (focusing on debian), and a solaris 10 cert book. The problem is I only have a handful of hours a week to study, and my current job... (3 Replies)
I haven't had to post a question in the forum for sometime now. I have been able to find the answers to all of my questions simply by looking around and usually find them just by reviewing the new posts. I just wanted to thank you all for having and participating in this site - it has been so... (0 Replies)
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LEARN ABOUT REDHAT
XtGetApplicationResources(3Xt) XT FUNCTIONS XtGetApplicationResources(3Xt)NAME
XtGetApplicationResources, XtVaGetApplicationResources - obtain application resources
void XtGetApplicationResources(w, base, resources, num_resources, args, num_args)
void XtVaGetApplicationResources(w, base, resources, num_resources,...)
args Specifies the argument list to override resources obtained from the resource database.
base Specifies the base address of the subpart data structure where the resources should be written.
num_args Specifies the number of arguments in the argument list.
Specifies the number of resources in the resource list.
resources Specifies the resource list for the subpart. or that identifies the resource database to search
w Specifies the widget that wants resources for a subpart.
... Specifies the variable arguments to override resources obtained from the resource database.
The XtGetApplicationResources function first uses the passed widget, which is usually an application shell, to construct a resource name
and class list, Then, it retrieves the resources from the argument list, the resource database, or the resource list default values. After
adding base to each address, XtGetApplicationResources copies the resources into the address given in the resource list. If args is NULL,
num_args must be zero. However, if num_args is zero, the argument list is not referenced. The portable way to specify application
resources is to declare them as members of a structure and pass the address of the structure as the base argument.
X Toolkit Intrinsics - C Language Interface
Xlib - C Language X Interface
X Version 11 Release 6.6 XtGetApplicationResources(3Xt)