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  • Passing arguments into C program from a command line

    My friend and I are using Linux and we want to have our program accept arguments when it'executed from the command line. So, here's our example: ./myprogram 42 -b -s So our program would store the number 42 an an int and execute certain parts of code (depending on what arguments it gets). How can...

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  • How to prevent a background process from being stopped in Linux

    I'm currently working on a Linux machine through SSH and I'm trying to leave a process running throughout the night so I thought I would be able to do that by starting the process in the background and redirecting stdout to a file. But that didn't work. But as soon as I close SSH, my process is...

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  • Phone USB Cable

    When I plug in my USB cable into my computer nothing happens. Not on the computer at least. The phone makes the noise like it's being charged but nothing shows up on the computer. I have tried 2 different USB cables. Please help.

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  • Excel 03 opens as Read Only always

    We have a user that is only able to open Excel 03 files in Read Only. No other MS Office does this to her. It even happens to Excel files she has created and files that she receives in emails. Any ideas would be helpful since we are at a loss. Windows XP Pro SP2, MS Office w/Outlook 03. Thanks

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  • Usage of external hard drive

    Can a external hard drive be use on a table? Like get my info from my computer and then see it on my tablet?

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  • What is sterling EDI?

    What is Sterling EDI and its all information?

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  • The item cannot be moved in Microsoft Outlook 2010

    In Microsoft Outlook 2010, I keep getting an error message saying the item cannot be moved. it was either already moved or deleted or access was denied. What should I do?

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  • What’s the difference between DB and DBA sounds?

    Can anyone tell me what is the difference between DB and DBA sounds?

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  • Can I tell if an Outlook user is reading someone elses email?

    I suspect that a manager is reading my email.....is there a way to tell?

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  • Convert Microsoft Word to PDF

    How is my CV be converted to PDF?

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  • Eliminate LAN console on iSeries

    Hello, We have several iSeries and need to eliminate LAN console as it uses a card slot for the ethernet connection. 35 partitions. Any recommendations?

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  • How do I start a career in business intelligence?

    I have done B.tech(IT) in 2014. I have basic knowledge of SQL. I want to start a career in BI field. Can you suggest me some course as I am new? Would it be beneficial to do micro strategy?

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  • How to determine if our Linux operating system is a 32-bit or 64-bit

    We're trying to figure out whether our Linux operating system is a 32-bit or a 64-bit. When we typed in "uname -a", it's been giving us the following output: Linux mars 2.6.9-67.0.15.ELsmp #1 SMP Tue Apr 22 13:50:33 EDT 2008 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux But it still doesn't mention anything regarding...

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  • One PC to stop printing off the network printer

    Hello there, I have one of my printers on a network and another person is using the same network but he is using my printer too often. How can I stop him doing that? Thanks

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  • Network Security appliances

    What are the key things to consider when choosing a network security appliance for 130 user network? I am confused with the plethora of appliances Cisco has on offer.  Network is laid across three floors, with all the switches connecting back to a wiring closet. 

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  • How to assign numerical values from a dropdown list in Excel 2010

    I'm trying to write a roster template, and need to be able to assign numerical values to shift types (AM/PM 9, MIDDBL 12, DBL 14 and OFF 0). Each week day currently has a drop box for each employee listing the bracketed shift options. Ultimately I want to be able to calculate how many hours are...

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  • How to do non-blocking console I/O on Linux in C

    I apologize for the short question but would anyone know how to do non-blocking console I/O on a Linux/OS X in C? Thanks!

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  • Linux: Deleting a newline if it is the last character in a file

    We currently have several files that we're trying to delete the last newline if it's the last character in the file. "OD-C" is showing us that our command does write the file with a trailing new line, like this: 0013600 n t > \n So we've tried several things but nothing is working. Does anyone...

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  • Mean time to failure

    I have a really basic question regrading MTTF. If F is MTTF of one device, and if I build a system with two devices, what would be the MTTF of the system. I found that it is F/2 but I don't understand how.

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  • User is deleted in Microsoft Exchange distribution list

    Why is a user being deleted in DL but still able to receive meeting invitations?

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