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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Am good in C & C++, i just joined as a fresher in a French IT company.
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I'm learning C++ and i want to know what i have to do for setup a fully featured C++ develop environment in my Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex, like Gedit, because i hate eMacs and non-graphical editors, they are so much confusing, and some other things that will help me with my development.
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4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am new to linux... I have to develop C program using unix command and i know the SYSTEM command.. But i need other then SYSTEM comand, plz send me the sample code....
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Can anyone recommend a site where one can practise UNIX scripting . I don't have UNIX on my machine however I have heard there are some sites which let you log on to their servers for free.
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I know the basics of C programming, but I dont know a single thing about how to write, compile and run C code in UNIX, also where liberaris are stored, how .headers files are being managed in unix, how to debug c code and what are the available GNU tools for c programming in linux env,... (6 Replies)
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7. Shell Programming and Scripting
I was wondering what is the best way to write a centralized unix environment script. This script would set the application environment variables per specific environment. e.g. dev, qa, test or prod.
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8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I'm having a problem with AIX 4.3.3 and I figured someone here might be able to help me.
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I share a login id/password with several folks so I don't like to change the .profile or other environment variables (e. g., set ignorecase in vi) that other users may expect to be set. Any suggestions to tailor my environment that will not affect other users (2 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I was wondering if anyone has had any experience in this area. The company that I work at is trying to bring a Windows 2000 server online and have the UNIX workstations and Clients connect to it like it is anothe UNIX box. They have been using Windows Services for UNIX to do this but are having... (1 Reply)
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curl_getenv(3) libcurl Manual curl_getenv(3)
curl_getenv - return value for environment name
char *curl_getenv(const char *name);
curl_getenv() is a portable wrapper for the getenv() function, meant to emulate its behaviour and provide an identical interface for all
operating systems libcurl builds on (including win32).
This function will be removed from the public libcurl API in a near future. It will instead be made "available" by source code access only,
and then as curlx_getenv().
If successful, curl_getenv() returns a pointer to the value of the specified environment. The memory it refers to is malloc()ed so the
application must free() this when the data is no longer needed. When curl_getenv(3) fails to find the specified name, it returns a null
Under unix operating systems, there isn't any point in returning an allocated memory, although other systems won't work properly if this
isn't done. The unix implementation thus has to suffer slightly from the drawbacks of other systems.
libcurl 7.12 30 April 2004 curl_getenv(3)