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  • XFB transfer protocol on Linux box

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    Latika5 pointsBadges:
  • C language in Linux — why no interpreter?

    I want to ask why 'c' language should not have Interpreter. If we use an interpreter, what will happen? .

    Linux - Ask the Expert270 pointsBadges:
  • Installing SQLite on Debian VPS server

    Hello all, I'm stuck here. I've been trying to install SQLite on my Debian VPS server. But I can't figure out how to do it. Where should I start? Can anybody help me out?

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  • Check OpenMP version on Linux remote machine

    I'm on a remote machine that's running Linux - how would I be able to check the OpenMP version? Any help would be awesome.

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  • Testing ODBC entry for Linux to SQL Server connection

    Hello, We have this ODBC entry that we need to test to see if it connects our Linux server to SQL Server. Before this, we need to make sure the entry is configured correctly too. Can anyone points us in the right direction?

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  • How to convert DB2 timestamp into Unix timestamp

    Hi experts, I've been trying to convert my DB2 timestamp into a Unix timestamp but haven't had any success. Is there a built-in function to do this? SQL command? Thank you.

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  • Run DB2 queries on Linux machine

    I'm fairly new to DB2 - been working on for the past few months. I just installed DB2 on my local machine and I'm trying to run my queries through the terminal. This is a Linux machine. Whenever I try to run any queries, I keep getting this error message: SQL1092N "ROOT" does not have the authority...

    ITKE1,027,450 pointsBadges:
  • How can I escape all CRLF chars in all column values when doing a select?

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    hazzlewis5 pointsBadges:
  • Recover data in Linux trash file

    How do I recover data in trash file in Linux?

    herry1435 pointsBadges:
  • Linux: Find out when directory last modified date was changed

    For Linux - can I find out when the directory's last modified date was changed? I just recently modified a file that was in the directory (through FTP) and it didn't change. Can someone help?

    ITKE1,027,450 pointsBadges:
  • How can I fix/repair a corrupted PDF file?

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    morrisstev05875 pointsBadges:
  • JDBC driver for Linux connect to DB2/400

    Because SAP HANA runs in Linux, I want export data to DB2/400. Where can I download JDBC Driver?

    lance2221357270 pointsBadges:
  • VMware blast over Provider-NAT (DS-Lite) connection

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    Woodpecker5 pointsBadges:
  • How to automate Firefox on Linux

    Hi everyone, Would I be able to automate Firefox on Linux? Is there an extension to do this? Can someone point me in the right direction? Thank you.

    ITKE1,027,450 pointsBadges:
  • Linux: Search PDF file content in a directory

    In Linux, is there a way for me to search for the contents of my PDF files in a directory? Or even a subdirectory? There has to be a command line too for this, right? I tried grep but that didn't work. Thanks so much.

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  • Why do I need to go into Safe Mode via BIOS to start Linux?

    Downloading any Linux OS when Windows is the vendor installed OS. Why do I need to go to Safe Mode via BIOS in order to "start" "boot Linux OS"?

    AllMineC35 pointsBadges:
  • Cutting CSV file columns

    I have multiple CSV files that have hundreds of records. I basically have to cut several columns from each file, followed by storing them to another one. This is on Ubuntu / Linux. Does anyone know how to do that?

    ITKE1,027,450 pointsBadges:
  • CentOs x86_64 not getting IP in from Windows7 machine via data connector, works fine with Office LAN

    Can anyone tell me the required settings to establish connection? I need to establish a connection with another VM too, so the network is set as a Bridged adapter. This is the output of ifconfig: Running ping 8.8.8.8 results in Network is unreachable error

    HarishRaghav5 pointsBadges:
  • Can I load data using SQLLDR into an in-memory table?

    Can I load data using SQLLDR into an in-memory table and is this the best way? Thanks so much.

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