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    Is there a way I can read the contents of a doc or docx in a Linux VPS and PHP? If there's another way with another language, that would work too but I would need it to work under a Linux web server.

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    My partner and I have been setting up a LAMP server we need to set up Apache's umask setting to 002 so all Apache created files have the group write permission bit set. How can we do this? We figured it out on Ubuntu but that server was running on CentOS. Thank you.

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  • Linux: Normalize a file path in Bash

    In Linux, I'm trying to transform /foo/bar/.. to /foo. Does someone know if there's a bash command that does this? Thank you.

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    Would anyone happen to know if there's an equivalent to the Linux/Unix stdio.h popen() function in Win32 API? I would appreciate any help. Thanks!

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  • How many TCP-socket connections are possible on a Linux server?

    We're currently using a Linux server and we're looking to find out how many TCP-socket connections are actually possible on it. We understand there's less traffic on each connection but all of our connections need to be up at the same time. Thanks!

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  • Redhat Linux Enterprise 5 and disk swap space

    In Redhat Linux Enterprise 5 is disk swap space raw?

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  • Which processes are swapping more in Linux?

    I'm currently using Linux and I'm trying to figure out which process of mine is using the swap space more. Is there some sort of code or script I should use?

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  • Linux: Passing command line arguments to an alias

    Would there be a way to pass the command line arguments to an alias? Here's what I would like to do: alias mkcd='mkdir $1; cd $1;' But in this example, the $xx is actually being translated at the alias, creating time and not at runtime. I did create a type of "workaround" using the Shell function:...

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  • Finding the age of a long-running Linux process and killing it

    Our team has a problem. We have several 'zombie-like' processes on our Linux server that need to be killed once in a while. Is there a way we can identify the processes that have run longer than an hour or so? Thanks!

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  • How to use Linux printer in Windows?

    How do I use a Linux printer in Windows?

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  • Linux kernel upgrade

    How to upgrade kernel in Linux 4.?

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  • How to set Linux path permanently

    For the past week, I've been trying to add a directory to my path so it would always be in my Linux path. Here's what I tried so far: export PATH=$PATH:/path/to/dir It's been working but when I exit the terminal and start a new terminal instance, the path is lost. How can I set it permanently?

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  • Opening a command prompt in Linux

    I'm trying to open a terminal on a Linux machine using Java code. I already know how to open the command prompt in Microsoft Windows (this is what I've been using): String command= "cmd c/start cmd.exe" Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime(); Process pr = rt.exec(command); I'm looking for the same thing...

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  • Changing the root directory on an Apache server

    Would anyone know how to change the document root on an Apache server? I'm trying to get localhost to come from /users/spencer/projects directory instead of /var/www. I would appreciate any help!

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  • Linux: Maximum numbers of threads that can be created

    Can someone tell me what the maximum number of threads are that could be created by a process in Linux? With that value, can it also be modified too? Thank you.

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  • Is there a high resolution timer in Linux?

    I currently have both Linux and Windows systems. I've noticed in Windows that I can create a high resolution timer using QueryPerformanceCounter and mmsystem.h. Is there anything like this in Linux?

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  • Ubuntu Inspiron with laptop

    I have Ubuntu 8 and need to know how to get Inspiron 6400 laptop working wireless. I need a simple step-by-step procedure - I am new to Linux. Thanks!

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  • Trying to install Oracle 10g

    I'm trying to install Oracle 1OG on an Acer 5520-5334 computer and it has been giving me a particular error 'No valid devices found, etc.) From my research, it seemed like the versions of Red Hat OS (RHEL 3.0,4.0) were not compatible with my computer. Please can anyone give me advice on what Red...

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  • How to simulate packet delay and loss in Linux

    Is there anyway I can simulate a packet delay and loss for UDP and TCP in Linux to actually measure the performance of one of my applications? Would netem work for this? Thanks!

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