XHOTSWAP(1) General Commands Manual XHOTSWAP(1)NAME
xhotswap - Motif utility for registering and unregistering hotswappable IDE hardware
xhotswap [-TOOLKITOPTION]... [--ide-controller N] [--hotswap-path PATH] [-h | --help] [-V | --version]
xhotswap is a Motif frontend for the hotswap(1) program. It allows you to interactively register and unregister hotswappable IDE devices,
for example notebook computer modules, with the Linux kernel.
xhotswap accepts all of the standard X Toolkit command line options. Additionally, the following flags are recognized:
Use IDE controller N.
Look for the hotswap executable at PATH.
Print a brief help text and exit successfully.
Print version information and exit successfully.
Report bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by Tim Stadelmann.
This manual page is based on an earlier version kindly contributed by Wouter Verhelst.
SEE ALSO hotswap(1), X(7x).
Copyright (c) 2003 Wouter Verhelst, Tim Stadelmann.
Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL), Version 2 or
any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.
4th November 2002 XHOTSWAP(1)
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I have a harddrive that I use in school.
I allso wanna use it at home...
It's built into a 5.25" rack, and is non-hotswap.
My rack has a power key wich I can use to unpower the device.
My question is, does the drive take damage if I just umount and run hdparm -y <dev> on it?
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I'm looking for a easy-to-use C/C++ IDE to develop application for X-windows on FreeBSD (window manager is OpenBox, and I don't have KDE/Gnome installed)!
Is there a good programming IDE for this?? (1 Reply)
I'm using command line for
applications written in C++ .
To which IDE it is easyest/fastest to move such command-line project.
Seems that SlickEdit requires to do mass of settings to create its own project. (6 Replies)
I need an IDE for my C application based on AIX 5.3
is there any IDE that I could use directly in AIX or I have to use X window server to visualise it on windows?
Thanks in advance
Hasnaa (3 Replies)
Motif GUI example. Unix executable ready.
i have attached my executable GUI example file in form of a .gz file.
please gunzip file before.
May i ask you for check it out that it is running on your machine ?
You should have "Motif" package installed.
when you klick the unix executable... (4 Replies)