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I want some troubleshooting Issues which are faced in the real-time experience.
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Ok, I've been shopping around and I've seen some nice one's, but they are either too expensive or they are not 64-bit; I want to be prepared for the future at the right price (under $3,000 with a decent configuration)! :D
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Ok I a n00b, not gunna hide it so here goes -
Sun Solaris, V.10 i386 - during the setup, I can choose a screen resolution that looks great with 65k colors and all. However, when all is said and done 4 disks and a reboot later, I get hanious 640x480 @ 256 only.
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I am new to unix so bear with me, i have solaris 8 installed running samba server..... Some Windows 2000 clients are having issues connecting to the folders on the samba server...they can connect, but cannot view anything in the folders ....
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g-wrap-config(1) General Commands Manual g-wrap-config(1)
g-wrap-config - script to get information about the installed version of G-Wrap
g-wrap-config [ --version ] [ --c-compile-args LANG | --c-link-args LANG | --guile-module-directory ]
g-wrap-config is a tool that is used to configure and determine the compiler and linker flags that should be used to compile and link
progams, libraries, and plugins that use G-Wrap. However, since G-Wrap 1.9, this tool has been deprecated in favor of pkg-config(1). New
code should use the g-wrap-2.0-guile pkg-config module, g-wrap-config only exists for compatibility reasons.
Print the compiler flags that are necessary to compile a program or library that uses the G-Wrap language binding for LANG.
Print the linker flags that are necessary to link a program that uses the G-Wrap language binding for LANG.
Prints the currently installed version of G-Wrap on standard output.
gcc -o main.o $(g-wrap-config --c-compile-args guile) main.c
is how you might use g-wrap-config to compile a C source file for an executable program.
gcc -o my_app $(g-wrap-config --c-link-args guile) main.o util.o
is how you might use g-wrap-config to link compiled objects into an executable program.
G-Wrap has been written by Andreas Rottmann, Rob Browning and Christopher Lee.
This manual page was written by Andreas Rottmann, originally for the Debian Project.
G-Wrap 1.9 2005-05-01 g-wrap-config(1)