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Posted By Azrael
Just trying to run it as a window manager. Like...
Just trying to run it as a window manager. Like openbox. I know those aren't the same, but openbox was the closest I know as neither are desktops. I guess that's client mode?
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Posted By Azrael
Starting Applications With X At Login
So, I wanted to see if I could just use X without a desktop. I installed Debian from a netinstall on a vm and installed xorg with apt. Logged in as a normal user with startx and had a big black...
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Posted By Azrael
Hey, got busy and just found time to respond....
Hey, got busy and just found time to respond. Here is my .config file excluding blank lines and lines that are commented out:

CONFIG_CC_IS_GCC=y
CONFIG_GCC_VERSION=80300
CONFIG_CLANG_VERSION=0...
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Posted By Azrael
After my first post I tried this guide...
After my first post I tried this guide (https://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/compiling-linux-kernel-26.html) too. I followed the steps word for word, but the kernel produced was not bootable saying the...
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Posted By Azrael
Missing Modules After Compiling Kernel
I'm a little embarrassed after all these years I've never really successfully compiled my own kernel. I used this guide (https://wiki.debian.org/BuildADebianKernelPackage) to make the following...
Forum: Programming 02-22-2019
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Posted By Azrael
I guess I didn't explain things well. I assumed...
I guess I didn't explain things well. I assumed using a variadic function would be the only way to get optional and required parameters. I tried to implement the code from Corona688 in my own, but...
Forum: Programming 02-20-2019
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Posted By Azrael
Combine GetOpt And Variadic Function In C
Been a while since my last post. Had a laptop die with my last project and still working to get it back. In the meantime I started another.

In my main function I define some arguments with...
4,912
Posted By Azrael
RHCSA or the LPIC are a good start for Linux...
RHCSA or the LPIC are a good start for Linux Admins.
Forum: Programming 10-11-2018
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Posted By Azrael
It may help to confirm java is installed and what...
It may help to confirm java is installed and what paths are currently set. If you will run the following and post them here this may help us to see how java is configured or what paths need to be...
4,238
Posted By Azrael
Maybe for the variable, but for straight...
Maybe for the variable, but for straight substitution single quotes work just fine:

$ cat test
OK
$ perl -p -i -e 's/OK/NOTOK/' test
$ cat test
NOTOK
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Posted By Azrael
You can also use perl, which should be...
You can also use perl, which should be pre-installed on any *nix disto:

perl -p -i -e 's/$HIST_DATE/$INC_DATE/g' /path/to/file


That's may be easier to commit to memory if you're used to sed...
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Posted By Azrael
It seems from your post that the issue is with...
It seems from your post that the issue is with disk space more than organizing emails. The system or a normal email client will not care how things are organized or how many folders you put content...
1,356
Posted By Azrael
Let me attempt to answer these one at a time: ...
Let me attempt to answer these one at a time:

1. how to stop all process in case hdd capacity is almost full and create space for system files? Not sure if you truly mean "all processes" as...
7,287
Posted By Azrael
I don't think ps would see anything more than the...
I don't think ps would see anything more than the variable name, but I could be wrong. Its hard to tell without seeing the whole code.

I don't know how much more coding you wish to do with the...
Forum: Debian 09-19-2018
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Posted By Azrael
In my experience changing swappiness settings...
In my experience changing swappiness settings rarely helps unless you are on a very legacy device. Have you tried looking in top? Or ps faux? Maybe posting some of their output here would help.
...
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Posted By Azrael
In addition to what Neo said, htpdate is another...
In addition to what Neo said, htpdate is another alternative that works similar to ntpdate. Only difference is it uses TCP rather than UDP and doesn't require ntpd or other services. Once installed...
Forum: Programming 09-18-2018
1,051
Posted By Azrael
Ah... That did the trick! Sorry, I guess I was...
Ah... That did the trick! Sorry, I guess I was confused as main called the function with (*ptr[2][2])[2] and the function's parameter was in the same format. Usually I try to brute-force every...
Forum: Programming 09-16-2018
1,051
Posted By Azrael
Looping an array of 2d arrays in C
Le sigh... Hopefully this will be the last time I have to ask for help on this topic. For a while now I've been working with a 1d array that holds 2d arrays. For reference you can view here...
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Posted By Azrael
Unsure if this is coming from an sFTP client, or...
Unsure if this is coming from an sFTP client, or a script that calls sFTP. If it is a script, it would probably benefit to post the code here. Otherwise that's probably an issue with the sFTP client...
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Posted By Azrael
I'll agree with Scott. It looks like something is...
I'll agree with Scott. It looks like something is not being set, or is not mounted to set. Maybe if you post the output of "mount" and "fdisk -l" we can see what's missing.
Forum: Programming 09-13-2018
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Posted By Azrael
That is awesome. It will probably be later...
That is awesome. It will probably be later tonight before I have time to test and merge that with what I've got. I'll update here later when I've had time to try that out and make sure I'm not still...
Forum: Programming 09-12-2018
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Posted By Azrael
Thank you for the answer back. It does seem that...
Thank you for the answer back. It does seem that **side[s][t] = randval helped resolve that part of the problem. Before I go over what's left I changed the last [] to ROW as it should only have three...
Forum: Programming 09-12-2018
1,900
Posted By Azrael
Thank you for the response apmcd47. I was...
Thank you for the response apmcd47. I was beginning to wonder if anyone would reply. However, I'm not trying to make a 3D array. Either that or I have my terminology wrong. What I'm trying to achieve...
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Posted By Azrael
Just thought I'd add to what Don Cragun...
Just thought I'd add to what Don Cragun (https://www.unix.com/members/302122727.html) said. Your OS version may be deeply tied to script you are attempting to run. A few *nix version have csh as a...
Forum: Programming 09-08-2018
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Posted By Azrael
Calling an array of arrays in C.
Corona688 (https://www.unix.com/members/43551.html) was great in helping me learn how to create arrays that hold other two dimensional array here...
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