• Linux: Changing the output color using the Echo command

    My friend and I are trying to print a text in the terminal using the Echo command but we're having issues printing the text in a different color (red particularly). How should we proceed here? Thanks!

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  • Notepad++ alternative in Linux

    Ever since I started using Notepad++ on Microsoft Windows, I've pretty much become addicted to it. But I've recently had to move to Ubuntu and now I'm missing it. Is there an alternative to it? Thank you.

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  • How to randomize lines in a file on Red Hat Linux

    Is there a way to randomize the lines in a file using a standard tools on Red Hat Linux? I've been looking for something like Perl that would accomplish this. Thank you.

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  • What’s a good C++ cross-compiler from Microsoft Windows to Linux?

    Does anyone know of a good C++ cross-compiler from Microsoft Windows to Linux? I've been in programming for some time now (I'm still using Windows) but I'm just getting into Linux. A colleague of mine told me to use an IDE. Would that work?

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  • What wiki software do you recommend?

    Just as the title suggests, what wiki software (DokuWiki, MediaWiki, etc...) do you suggest to run?  The purpose of this is nothing more than to make a remote note-taking sort of scenario, so it's not something for anyone but me to be used.  I know I could do my own thing and stuff, but I'd...

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  • How to start a core dump in Linux

    We have a process in Linux that's currently getting a segmentation fault. Would there be a way to generate a core dump when it fails? Thanks for the help.

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  • Write bash script to change current directory to project directory in Linux

    My partner and I have been trying to write a small script that would change the current directory to my project directory. Here's what we have so far: #!/bin/bash cd /home/tree/projects/java We saved the file as proj, changed it to CHMOD, copied it /USR/BIN but when I try to call it by PROJ,...

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  • Increasing open files limit in Linux

    When I'm running my application in Linux, I keep getting this error that says "too many files open." So I noticed that the "ulimit -a" reports that the limit is 1024. Would there be a way to increase it past 1024? Thank you.

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  • How to take a screenshot through a Python script

    I'm trying to take a screenshot through a Python script and then obtrusively save it. I also need to do this through Linux. I would appreciate any help.

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  • Linux: Have printf flush immediately after call

    In Linux, why does printf not flush after a call unless a newline is in the format string? Is this just in POSIX behavior? How can I have it flush immediately every single time? Thank you.

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  • Should I go for Unix administration without doing MCSE?

    Dear sir, I have done my diploma in 2006. After that, I'm doing job as a desktop engineer. Now I'm working on a project with EDS (Electronic data System). I have basic knowledge of network and DNS, DHCP and Active Directory. I'm getting a salary of 10K per month. My friend told me you should do...

    G.nijhawan140 pointsBadges:
  • Software Deployment for Linux servers

    Are there any deployment tools for Linux servers that would allow you to: Automatize deploy new config over existing configs Rollback to previous configs Deploy/patch jars Rollback to previous jars Thanks!

    Cable0guy20 pointsBadges:
  • Linux compiler vs interpreter

    What is the difference between compiler and interpreter?

    Linux - Ask the Expert270 pointsBadges:
  • UNIX audit checklists

    What are the key UNIX (AIX/HP/SOLARIS & LINUX) audit checklist in a network environment.

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  • Naming a thread in Linux

    My team has a multi-threaded Linux application that was written in C#. We have plenty of names for all of our threads. To help with our debugging, we need these names to be visible in GDB. Would that be possible? We know there's a way to do this in Windows but we're not sure in Linux. Thanks!

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  • Compiling C++ code on Linux and Microsoft Windows

    I'm trying to run some C++ code on Linux and Microsoft Windows. But I'm trying to include some code for only one operating system and not the other one. How can I go about doing this? This is what I have so far: #ifdef LINUX_KEY_WORD ... // linux code goes here. #elif WINDOWS_KEY_WORD ... //...

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  • What’s a good plugin for C# in Eclipse?

    Does anyone know of a good working plugin for C# in Eclipse? I currently have a Linux machine that doesn't have access to Visual Studio Express right now. I already have my Eclipse environment working but I'm trying not to deal with multiple IDEs. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Unable to login in to LAMP on Ubuntu

    I recently installed LAMP on Ubuntu and then set my root password on phpMyAdmin. I already forgot the password and I can't login. I tried to change the password through the terminal, I've been getting this: "ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket...

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  • Can anyone give me HP-UX commands related to SAP and DB2

    Hi, I'm new to HP-UX so please give me the list of HP-UX commands related to SAP and DB2 database. Thank you, navakanth

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  • How to use the itoa function in Linux

    I'm sorry for the 'newbie' question I realize "itoa" is an important function that converts a number to a string. But I can't seem to find it in Linux. Does Linux have this function or do I to use something else?

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