• 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 checklistĀ in a network environment.

    Dharmagrao100 pointsBadges:
  • 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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  • Windows Installer 3.1

    I want to install Windows Defender on my desktop, but I always get an error message that I don't have Windows Installer 3.1. I have tried to install that, but to no avail. How do I go about installing the Installer 3.1?

    Asunten15 pointsBadges:
  • Linux on IFL Processor

    Can I run Suse and Red Hat Linux on two separate VMs in the same IFL processor?

    Subhasht5 pointsBadges:
  • Listening to USB device inserted events in Linux

    We're trying to write a Python script for Amarok in Linux that would copy a podcast to our player. When we've tried to blog in the player, it would mount the drive, copy any podcasts and finally eject the player. How can we listen to a plugged in event? Thanks!

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  • Is there a bash script that would kill a child process after a given time?

    We have a bash script that would launch a child process that crashes every once in a while and for no apparent reason too. Because of this, we are trying to launch this process for a certain amount of time and then kill it if it doesn't return successfully. Is there a simple way to do this using...

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  • Compling a 32-bit binary with a 64-bit Linux machine

    Would it be possible to compile a 32-bit binary with a 64-bit Linux machine? I already tried it by not setting any parameters/flags/etc. (I just set the LD_Library_Path to find the linked libraries but that didn't work). What's the best way to do this?

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