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I am working in IT company working for banks.I find hardly to get technology about bank IT on the internet.Consider banks all using Unix, I think I can get some help here.
Recommend some sits or books about bank IT will be very helpful!! (0 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
What is the difference between these two comands?
sed s/a/b/ <f1 >f2
sed s/a/b/ f1 >f2
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I'm just interested to know how your sources.list look like. I got some repositories witch give some errors and I would like to clean it up.
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I've seen people build modules against a certain kernel source (eg in /usr/src/kernels/my_source/) and some people build against the sources in /lib/modules/my_source/build/
What is the difference and are there any benefits to using the /lib/modules source?
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I"m installing my ATI card in FC4. I'm going off of instructions that i've found. The firs step says that i need my kernel sources which i've got then it says that i've gotta unpack them so i can make links to the file later. My kernel sources that i've got are .src.rpm I've installed them but... (1 Reply)
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i'm looking for the sources of the old, original unices (v3 preferred). could someone point a link? (2 Replies)
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GNU_GET_LIBC_VERSION(3) Linux Programmer's Manual GNU_GET_LIBC_VERSION(3)
gnu_get_libc_version, gnu_get_libc_release - get glibc version and release
const char *gnu_get_libc_version(void);
const char *gnu_get_libc_release(void);
The function gnu_get_libc_version() returns a string that identifies the glibc version available on the system.
The function gnu_get_libc_release() returns a string indicates the release status of the glibc version available on the system. This will
be a string such as stable.
These functions first appeared in glibc in version 2.1.
These functions are glibc-specific.
When run, the program below will produce output such as the following:
GNU libc version: 2.8
GNU libc release: stable
main(int argc, char *argv)
printf("GNU libc version: %s
printf("GNU libc release: %s
This page is part of release 3.53 of the Linux man-pages project. A description of the project, and information about reporting bugs, can
be found at http://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/.
Linux 2012-08-26 GNU_GET_LIBC_VERSION(3)