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ampersand at beginning of a line in csh
ampersand at beginning of a line in csh
This might help you What does an ampersand at the beginning of a line do in csh? It seems to be ignored (with no error message), but why? , Found something interesting:
TAG : linux
Date : October 26 2020, 11:51 AM , By : Joel Havermans
NSIS support for Linux and Solaris
NSIS support for Linux and Solaris
I wish this helpful for you No. See the NSIS feature list for more information ...
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Date : October 25 2020, 12:12 AM , By : Fakhar Xaman
Library for remote file access in linux?
Library for remote file access in linux?
will help you It looks like you need an api like libssh ...
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Date : October 24 2020, 11:12 AM , By : Ebin Antoney T
VMWare Linux image with small footprint
VMWare Linux image with small footprint
I wish this helpful for you Arch Linux is renowned for its small footprint base system. Arch adheres to the KISS (keep it simple, stupid) principle.In the default install, Arch Linux does come without any service or X.
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Date : October 24 2020, 11:12 AM , By : yang
output from linux pipe in two inpdendent files
output from linux pipe in two inpdendent files
should help you out How do I pipe standard output from linux pipe in two inpdendent files? , The command is tee. Its name is explicit.
TAG : linux
Date : October 24 2020, 11:12 AM , By : dracosveen
How can I find out what these files or processes do (linux)
How can I find out what these files or processes do (linux)
it fixes the issue The stuff in square brackets are kernel threads. For the others, get the full name (try adding www to the command line) and hit Google, or look at /proc//exe and use your package manager to figure out which package the executable c
TAG : linux
Date : October 23 2020, 03:00 PM , By : xantyr
How is stack size of Linux process related to pthread, fork and exec
How is stack size of Linux process related to pthread, fork and exec
seems to work fine As the manpage for pthread_create(3) says:"On Linux/x86-32, the default stack size for a new thread is 2 megabytes", Unless the RLIMIT_STACK resource limit (ulimit -s) is set: in that case, "it determines the default stack size of
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Date : October 22 2020, 11:12 PM , By : elmariachi
good text-based powerful java IDE that runs on linux
good text-based powerful java IDE that runs on linux
will be helpful for those in need The big three Java/universal IDEs (IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse Netbeans) are all written in Java and are going to be slow-ish on an old (define old?) laptop. I wouldn't want to run any of them on one of my 3-4 year old T
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Date : October 21 2020, 11:12 PM , By : CoupledSnow
Maximum number of concurrent connections on a single port (socket) of Server
Maximum number of concurrent connections on a single port (socket) of Server
wish help you to fix your issue This depends in part on your operating system.There is however no limit on a specific port. There is a limit on the number of concurrent connections however, typically limited by the number of file descriptors the kern
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Date : October 21 2020, 11:12 AM , By : Joe
Why would Linux reuse a file descriptor allocated by pipe()
Why would Linux reuse a file descriptor allocated by pipe()
this one helps. That would imply that someone is closing the file descriptor in question some time after the call to pipe and before the second syscall. For example, if you fork off some other process to do stuff on one end of the pipe, you might be
TAG : linux
Date : October 20 2020, 11:12 PM , By : Sumit Mattey
Monitor a process
Monitor a process
I wish this helpful for you Is there a way I a process can be monitor and if it were to die, can a script be called which in turn will bring the process back up ?
TAG : linux
Date : October 20 2020, 11:12 AM , By : user3850258
Drop a single sample from munin data
Drop a single sample from munin data
I hope this helps you . I'm using munin to monitor a postgresql database and I made a 1 time change that caused munin to get a bad sammple (queries per second many orders of magnitude out of the normal range) that is screwing up my graphs. Is there a
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Date : October 17 2020, 11:12 AM , By : winspius5
How to fetch cpu utilization of a particular process in linux
How to fetch cpu utilization of a particular process in linux
it helps some times I have used following command to fetch the CPU utilization of a process. It is giving result, but it is not coming out. I have used following command. , Use top's batch mode, eg.
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Date : October 16 2020, 11:12 AM , By : Michal Fůs
Linux kernel - add system call dynamically through module
Linux kernel - add system call dynamically through module
it fixes the issue Is there any way to add a system call dynamic, such as through a module? I have found places where I can override an existing system call with a module by just changing the sys_call_table[] array to get my overridden function inste
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Date : October 15 2020, 01:18 AM , By : Milo Folicana
Conflict between system call number and system call handler pointer
Conflict between system call number and system call handler pointer
may help you . Are you sure you're comparing like architectures? On different architectures, system calls may well have different numbers. For instance, on x86, close is indeed 6, while on x86-64, close is 3 (looked up in unistd.h on my PC).
TAG : linux
Date : October 14 2020, 11:12 PM , By : Chimaobi Sylvester
How to get interface index from interface ip addres
How to get interface index from interface ip addres
I hope this helps . You should be able to do this with getifaddrs(). It should account for MarkR's concern about secondary addresses. As a test,After adding something like this:
TAG : linux
Date : October 14 2020, 11:12 PM , By : Dotnet Challengers
why gcc 4.x default reserve 8 bytes for stack on linux when calling a method?
why gcc 4.x default reserve 8 bytes for stack on linux when calling a method?
like below fixes the issue Some instructions require certain data types to be aligned to as much as a 16-byte boundary (in particular, the SSE data type __m128). To meet this requirement, gcc ensures that the stack is initially 16-byte aligned, and a
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Date : October 14 2020, 01:41 PM , By : Manish Malviya
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