|How to copy entire folder from Amazon EC2 Linux instance to local Linux machine?|
| by George Garchagudashvili in Network & Servers|
I connected to Amazon's linux instance from ssh using private key. I am
trying to copy entire folder from that instance to my local linux machine
Can anyone tell me the correct
scp command to do
Or do I need something more than
Both machines are Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
|Is there any linux scripts to for uploading nodejs app to myown linux server? Like appfog or heroku|
| by picamiolo in Development Tools & Services|
Is there any linux scripts to for uploading nodejs app to myown linux
Like appfog or heroku. I have dedicated linux server and
working on linux too.
I want upload my nodejs application to
server and restart nodejs with one shell command.
I can write script,
but maybe don't need to invent bycicle?
|Encoding Videos In cloud Using Linux scripts or some softwares installed on linux|
| by goffi in Development Tools & Services|
I want to encode the videos, which user uploads, similar to youtube
which transforms whatever video type you upload to flv, mp4,webm . Because
i can only play webm,html5 video in my Webapp
So i need to do this
thing. I have tried www.zencoder.net But thats costly for me, because i
have to encode too much videos most of the time.
Is there any
solution, how this can be done, I ha
|How to (trivially) parallelize with the Linux shell by starting one task per Linux core?|
| by Bjørn Håkon in Operating Systems|
Today's CPUs typically comprise several physical cores. These might even
be multi-threaded so that the Linux kernel sees quite a large number of
cores and accordingly starts several times the Linux scheduler (one for
each core). When running multiple tasks on a Linux system the scheduler
achieves normally a good distribution of the total workload to all Linux
cores (might be the same physical c
|How to Compile SFML C++ Source Code From Linux to Windows on a Linux Distro?|
| by sgmichelsen in C & C++ & C#|
I've been searching online for solutions for 5 hours and still can't
compile on my Linux Distro (openSuSE) to Windows using the SFML API.
I can compile non-SFML applications without any problems using the
MinGW compiler on openSuSE by invoking this command:
whenever I compile a SFML program like this one: ht
|copy file from windows to linux running scp or any appropriate command in linux terminal|
| by acacio in Operating Systems|
i facing issues when i am trying to copy the file/s from windows
to linux(running in vmware) using scp or sftp or using any
appropriate command of linux
|Segmentation fault when reconnecting to SQL Server database using pyodbc on Linux using MS ODBC Driver 1.0 for Linux|
| by zclin in Operating Systems|
I have written a job server that runs 1 or more jobs concurrently (or
simultaneously depending on the number of CPUs on the system). A lot of the
jobs created connect to a SQL Server database, perform a query, fetch the
results and write the results to a CSV file. For these types of jobs I use
pyodbc and Microsoft SQL Server ODBC Driver 1.0 for Linux to
connect, run the query, then
|I have imported code for KVM-22 for linux to Xcode but erorrs like #include<linux/module.h> not found occur .|
| by dlock13 in Operating Systems|
I have imported code for KVM-22 for linux to Xcode but erorrs like
#include not found occur . I know it is because on mac machine module.h
cant be existing under linux folder .
My doubt is where are header
files like mm.h , page.h , module.h found in mac directory structure
|Python logging extremely slow on Linux server… but fast on Linux development VM?|
| by Pakistan in Network & Servers|
Using the exact same code, it takes about 50ms every call to a logger
method (such as logger.debug) on the server, while on the dev machine it's
less than 1ms. The loggers are outputting to files, with a little bit of
Other than the slowdowns with logging, the server
is twice as fast.
I'm developing on Ubuntu 11.04 (Gnome)
running inside VMWare on Windows 7.
|Linux Real Mode Interface in a linux kernel module|
| by Rakewell in Programming Languages|
I have a BIOS function I need to call from time to time on an embedded
system, and using LRMI I was able to call it successfully from a user space
program. Now I want to do the same from a loadable kernel module.
Is there any way to do this? Some other library maybe?