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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I would like to know if there is a generally accepted unix shell programming Guideline?
Do you have any idea where to find this?
There are a lot of programming Guidelines to find over Google, but is there one who is generally accepted? (3 Replies)
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Is there any opensource tool which can check the coding style use in C/C++ program. (3 Replies)
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3. What is on Your Mind?
Does any one know what uucp stands for, what gopher is, does any one go BBS and edit with ed? If yes, are there any uucp providers today? Sometimes i get bored by all the Web @@@@ , and feel lonely in the world without uucp and free (realy free - no stupid Spamhaus etc) mailing lists.
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How would one go about adding or removing the applications (keyboard, mouse, beep, screen, etc) from CDE's style manager (/usr/dt/bin/dtstyle)?
running solaris 5.10 (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: eddiet
I was wondering if anyone knows of any dashboard style tools for AIX. One of my many responsibilities is to report the status of the boxes and whether certain things are "up" and running each and every day. Nonetheless, this is a MAJOR pain as I have to logon to each box, pull up URLs through my... (3 Replies)
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:( The style "Craig's InfoPop" doesn't wrap lines on Netscape 4.79. It seems to work okay on MSIE. When I get home, I'll check on FBSD/Mozilla 1.0.
Back to Silk Road ... (3 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Solaris 2.6, using CDE:
agh. I accidentally set an ugly palette as my Home Session. The problem is, when I change the palette back to Default, I am informed that my change will be apparent in my next session. But when I log out and in, it's still the Ugly Palette. Doesn't matter if I set the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: kristy