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I have a project that I have compiled on a number of linux systems including CentOS, Ubuntu, and Windows Cygwin. I am trying to build the project under SUSE 12.1. The make file runs allot of the way through, but then throws an error that an included file can't be opened.
This is the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: LMHmedchem
2. IP Networking
Hello I am having some issues doing to routing I have 4 network cards and one is connected to a linksys router with everything turned off to give us a static ip to use for the gateway out to the internet.
Hear is what we have
eth2 with ip address of 192.168.1.2 / sub 255.255.255.0... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: psutliff-una
Is this x86? I encountered this instruction and can't seem to find any info on what it does anywhere. Any ideas? This is how it appears:
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Discussion started by: stevenswj
some help read............
I'm getting a segmentation fault when I run an AIX COBOL/Db2 program.
I initiate the program from the command line, but it hangs, and then when I press enter it generates a segmantation fault and produces a core dump.
The box is running AIX software level ... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: steve_f
First of all forgive me if Xlib related problems does not go under this thread.
In my main program, im using Xlib`s XImage type object which contains a regularly updating bitmap, and maps the XImage to a Xwindow using XPutImage.
( XCreateImage is used to create the XImage. )
The... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: wolwy_pete
Does anybody who uses open SUSE 11.0?
I have used open SUSE 10.2 for about 18 months.
Today I installed open SUSE 11.0
The printer does not work. I tried all the tricks tweak it.
My printer is an old one. It is HP Deskjet 5600 series.
It works fine.
I did the configuration using... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Angelo
Today we are attempting to port some legacy C code to a 64 HP-UX machine at my company and there is kind of a strange error we ran into.
there is a small function they have defined called zgetenv that
accepts a char* and basically just does some null checking and returns ... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: khadesh