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I bought a dell laptop (XPS M1330) online which came without a hard drive. There is a Windows Vista Ultimate OEMAct sticker with product key at the bottom case. I checked dell website (here) for this model and it says this model supports both 32 and 64-bit version of Windows... (4 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Here is the issue. From the program snippet I have Base: 0x1800000000, Size: 0x3FFE7FFFFFFFF which are of 40 and 56 bits. SO I used use bignum to do the math but summing them up I always failed having correct result.
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I installed Solaris 10 on a v440. I installed v3.4.6 gcc from Sun Freeware. I was considering installing 64 bit Apache/Openssl and wondered if people encountered any problems with it. What config parameters did you have to compile openssl and apache?
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AIM- Install Oracle 11g on Solaris using VMWare
1.Logged on as root
2.Created subfolders à /usr/local/bin & /usr/local/bin/gcc
3.Downloaded gcc & libiconv & unzipped them on my harddrive & burnt them on CD
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Discussion started by: Ackers
I have a question on the compilation
Assume i am working on 64 bit Linux OS.
i am making shared objects and libraries required for our project.
Can i compile 32 bit libraries using gcc of 64 -bit OS?
Is there any restriction in the 32-bit or 64-bit compilers when trying to... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: dhanamurthy
If i have 2 strings str1 and str2, i would like to copy/concatenate str2 to str1, from 1st bit leaving the 0th bit.
How do i do it? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: jazz
I want to create a 32 bit shared library. I am using following commands
1. gcc -c test1.c
2. ld -b test1.o -o test1.sl
But this creates 64 bit shared library. Unix version of the server on which I am working is HP-UX 11.11 (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: amol.chavan
I'm writing both 8-bit and wide 16-bit data to the screen and an output file. I have no problems with writing out to the screen - for example:
Similarly, I have used ofstream for 8-bit and wofstream for 16-bit, for example:
wofstream wout;... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Breen