• Autoatically run program on startup using Ubuntu Linux

    One of my programs needs to be run every time I start up my Ubuntu Linux, so I'm trying to to add it to my startup programs list. I do have an issue: This needs to be done through Terminal. Is this possible? Thank you very much.

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  • Finding the IPv4 address of a Linux interface

    Would there be any way to get the IPv4 address of a Linux interface using C code? I'm trying to get the IP address assigned to the eth0 but I can't find it.

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  • Running a Perl script as a system daemon in Linux

    Does anyone know of the easiest way to get a Perl script to run as a daemon in Linux? I'm using CentOS so I need it to start up with the system / shutdown with the system. A /etc/rc.d/init.d would be nice. Thanks for the help.

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  • VMware Server 2.0 on Linux machines

    I'm experiencing a problem with VMware Server on a Linux machine. I've installed VMware Server 2.0 and the VMware MUI on a Linux 64-bit server. I am able to bring up the web access GUI and enter the user "root" and the password for "root", but I am getting the following error: "The server was...

  • Searching for multi-line pattern in a Linux file

    I'm looking to find all the files that contain a certain string pattern. The first thought that came to my mind is that I should use "find" piped with xargs grep, like this: find . -iname '*.py' | xargs grep -e 'YOUR_PATTERN' But what do I do if I need patterns that are on more than one line? I...

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  • Would Microsoft Word files work in Linux?

    I'm working with several Microsoft Word files in Python but several of them have Win32 extensions, which I know can be used in Microsoft Windows. Can can I use these in Linux? Would there be any library?

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  • How to calculate CPU usage for a process in Linux

    We're trying to programatically (in C) to calculate CPU usage % for a given process ID in Linux. Is there a way we can get the real-time CPU usage for any given process? The solution needs to be in C language too. Thanks!

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  • Setting up UTF-8 support on our Linux server

    My friend and I have been setting up a new Linux server over the past few weeks and we need to support UTF-8 in our web application. We've tried this several times before on other servers but it always goes back to ISO -8859-1. We already know that we need to configure Apache, MySQL and PHP but...

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  • Is there an equivalent to getch() and getche() in Linux?

    I'm having an issue with my Linux environment. For the life of me, I can't find the equivalent header file for conio.h in Linux. Would there be any option for getch() and getche() in Linux? I'm looking to make a switch case base menu where a user would just press one key and move ahead with the...

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  • Is there an easy way to SSH to a remote server from a Python script?

    Is there an easy way to SSH to a remote server from a local Python script, supply the password, execute a command and finally print the output to the Python console? I also can't use any large external library or install anything on my machine too. Thanks for the help.

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  • How to create a Microsoft Word document using PHP in Linux

    Can somebody tell me what I should do (or the available solutions) for PHP so I can create a Microsoft Word document in a Linux environment?

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  • Developing iPhone applications through Linux

    I recently got a Mac and I want to start to develop iPhone applications on it. Would I be able to develop these apps using Linux? If I can, where should I start? What tools would I need?

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  • Setenv source code

    Can you deliver setenv source code?

    ChihLiu5 pointsBadges:
  • Need document on OpenSSH vulnerabilities and key generation.

    Hi Team, Is it possible to share OpenSSH vulnerabilities and key generation document? Thanks in Advance Dharma

    Dharmagrao100 pointsBadges:
  • Discover Wi-Fi connections in Ubuntu

    How can I search for available wireless networks using Ubuntu? It just asks me about the name of the network.

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  • Red Hat Linux increasing space

    As I have not enough space in the existing volume group & no more physical volume. Can I remove an existing unused logical volume to add space into the volume group & extend another mount point to increase space &in Red Hat Linux 4?

    NanouX10 pointsBadges:
  • Unix/Linux vs. Windows

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of UNIX/Linux vs. Windows?

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  • Linux for beginners

    Am looking for an easy to understand, plain English manual for getting my feet wet installing Linux. Recommendations please?

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  • Grub 16 error

    Does anyone know how to recover from a grub 16 os error in Linux suse10?

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  • GRUB Error 15 installing CentOS 5.3

    I am trying to install CentOS 5.3 on a Vista machine and I keep getting a GRUB Error 15. Any suggestions of how to get around this?

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