Visit Our UNIX and Linux User Community

Search Results

Search: Posts Made By: collins
1,990
Posted By collins
this one really fails
Hai neo

Ha...Ha... As you have said i really put my first hand to google. But you see to an wounder... i couldn.t get it.... Most of the pages are in french and german... Even when i use some...
1,990
Posted By collins
What is Meibo?
hai friends

What is Meibo? I heard that it is a tool of Ldap. Do any one have work experience on it. I am in need of it. Where can i download it and what is its exact use and architechture. How...
Forum: Programming 02-05-2005
2,849
Posted By collins
a detailed description
click here (http://www.csl.mtu.edu/cs4411.ck/www/NOTES/process/fork/create.html)

Collins :cool:
Forum: Programming 02-05-2005
41,490
Posted By collins
fopen and open
what is the difference between

fopen and open
fread and read
fwrite and write
open and create

why this much of functions for the i/o when everything does the same...?
What is their major...
Forum: Programming 02-05-2005
4,636
Posted By collins
system call vs Library function
From a programming perspective, there is no difference between a system call or any other function call.

In general, a "system call" is the API through which a program can request OS level...
Forum: Programming 01-15-2005
7,414
Posted By collins
Hai Jim I have tried it.. But when i have...
Hai Jim

I have tried it.. But when i have some user-defined library files the compiler throughs the error that it is unable to find the lib file....
My lib file is located at /lib
I gave the...
Forum: Programming 01-15-2005
10,194
Posted By collins
check root password
hai Friends

How can i check the root password of a linux system using a c program or with some shell script... I have seen many tools like webmin that authenticates the user using the root...
Forum: Programming 01-13-2005
7,414
Posted By collins
gcc compilation
how can i do static compilation in gcc

my gcc version is

# gcc -v
Reading specs from /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.2/specs
Configured with: ../configure --prefix=/usr...
2,675
Posted By collins
Sorry Guys....
Thanks for your responses.

Sorry I could not understand u'r answers... Let me explain you my complete need. I have a remove server. Let me consider that i have two mail accounts in it say,
...
2,675
Posted By collins
Mail Filter
hai friends.

How can i filter the incoming mails to an individual folder.. I am using sendmail.

Thanks in advance
Collins
3,939
Posted By collins
Apache recompile...?
Hai friends

I have compiled the apache source and installed it in /wwwroot. I have changed the User and Group value as root in httpd.conf file and started apache.. But it throwed an error message...
Forum: Programming 11-09-2004
3,244
Posted By collins
sorry...still...?
hai bhargav


No bhargav

Still its not working.... Can you suggest me any other idea....

Thanks
Collins
Forum: Programming 11-09-2004
3,244
Posted By collins
Still....?
Hai

I have mensioned in my question itself that i am using CGI program and i need to get the output in the browser.... I have added all the stdio.h and the <br> tag to get the output in the new...
Forum: Programming 11-07-2004
2,954
Posted By collins
query in popen
hai friends

I have written a tcp chat server in c.. I have designed a cgi program in c to control it... When i try to start the server from the cgi program, it is not starting. Why is that ? I...
Forum: Programming 11-07-2004
3,244
Posted By collins
i tried this way
I tried this.. But still its of no use.... Any other way..?


main()
{
int i;
setvbuf(stdout,NULL,_IONBF,0);
printf("Content-Type: text/html\n\n");
printf("Hello");
...
Forum: Programming 11-06-2004
3,244
Posted By collins
buffer the output
Hai Friends

I am writing a cgi program in C. The CGI program has a link to start my tcp chat server... The tcp chat server prints some information when it starts... I have captured the...
Forum: Programming 10-28-2004
4,136
Posted By collins
gcc update
Hai Friends

How should i update gcc (version 3.2.1) to gcc (version 3.2.2). I am using FreeBSD 5.0 RELEASE

Thanks in advance
Collins
2,055
Posted By collins
Help me to select the flavour
Hai Friends

I am writing a client-server application for backup utility. The computer is used only for backup utility. We have planed to place linux operating system in it. But i am confused with...
1,537
Posted By collins
binutills_2.15-4_i386.deb
Hai Friends

I am using debian 2.2.19. The gcc version installed in my os is 2.95.2. I tried to update the gcc to 3.2.2. It asked me to update some packages and all the updations was success. But...
Forum: Programming 10-18-2004
2,544
Posted By collins
Hai Arun Arun there are some built-in...
Hai Arun



Arun there are some built-in functions and structures available in C language to create and communicate through sockets. The recv function itself gets the recieved value from the...
Forum: Programming 10-18-2004
1,804
Posted By collins
hai arun
It is not possible to jump to a partical record when you do file operations in C. As for as the C files concept is concerned, the file is just treaded as a text file and you cannot fetch it by record...
Forum: Programming 10-16-2004
17,075
Posted By collins
system function in c
Hai Friends

I have used the function system() to execute a command. My requirement is that i have to list the files in a directory applying some wildcard paterns. For example if i want to list *.c...
Forum: Programming 10-13-2004
6,952
Posted By collins
size of a directory
hai friends

I need a program to find the size of a directory.. When i tried to get the size, it always gives the default space allocated for it. How can i findout the exact size of a directory...
3,985
Posted By collins
my shell
its csh

Expecting your reply
1,842
Posted By collins
Thank You
Iam Back

Thank you Mr.Perderabo. It is really a good link you have provided me. Actually i need to install Linux OS (only the kernel) and need to study the kernel and make modifications in it.
...
Showing results 1 to 25 of 43

 

Featured Tech Videos

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 12:05 AM.
Unix & Linux Forums Content Copyright 1993-2021. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy