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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
This question could be specific to the site subdivx.com In the past, I've been able to download a file following location using cURL but there is something about subdivx.com that's different and can't figure out how to get it to work.
I tried the following directly in the terminal with no... (5 Replies)
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Here is a portion of my code:
a=(int *) malloc(dim*dim*sizeof(int));
b=(int *) malloc(dim*dim*sizeof(int));
c=(int *) malloc(dim*dim*sizeof(int));
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
so i was testing something on a test box running linux. i manually vi'ed the /var/log/messages file. and i noticed, the file immediately stopped being updated.
it wasn't until i restarted the syslog process that events started being recorded in it again.
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4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
this method is not working.I am having a problem to use variables in system command. i cannot use the variables in system command.
this how i was did
this method works very fine. but, i want use the commands as variable.
that means i want only pass the variables.... (6 Replies)
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
one of application on system requires that "uname" program is in "/usr/uname" location. I can find uname in "/usr/bin/uname" location. Is it possible to present the /usr/bin/uname as that it was located in /usr/uname location?
Thank you in advanced,
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hello Geniuses of the unix world. please help, stupid chemist. I have the following script that I need to create a file. Doesnt make sense unless i explain this way: I need to create a file called summary.in I would like all these lines to be inserted however in the command line I would like the... (1 Reply)
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7. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am trying to figure out where all of my environment variables are getting set.
When I type env I get a whole list of them, about two pages full, yet I do not seem to find where they are initialized.
I checked all of my .profile .login and .cshrc files (I do not seem to have any... (1 Reply)
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i am currently working on solaris 10 os on a m5000 server. my problem is when i want the exact size of a program in execution, i am unable to do it. earlier i thought the RSS field of prstat but because of its large size it cant be the size. pmap -x shows some output but it includes... (2 Replies)
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Is there a way to find the address of stack memory writing a program? Please guide me (12 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Wish if could provide some clues.
How do I dump all the C program variables(global) into say a file with their names and the values. So that when I restart the application again I could use this same file for reinitializing.Is this possible?
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