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    [ubuntu] Re: problem in ECB installation - Emacs

    I ended up installing cedet from the source, this was quite easy.
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Strange problem with man pages for Pthreads

    Thanks
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    [ubuntu] Re: problem in ECB installation - Emacs

    I have the same issue, it would seem that cedet is not available in the repos in ubuntu 11.04
    https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/natty/+source/cedet
  4. [ubuntu] Re: fstab issues, aka "Press S to skip mounting..."

    I also have this annoying problem, of the boot process hanging.

    We have an whole bunch of disk we could earlier hotswap depending on what we needed. It actually didnt mount it automaticly we had...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 library not found, ld.so.conf ignored

    Did you find a solution for this?
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    Re: include "unp.h"

    Doesnt your book include a cdrom, or a website where you download it?
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    Re: GNU Screen with GNU Emacs

    How was emacs not working from within a screen?

    Ive been using emacs in a screen for quite sometime and its working fine.
    But maybe Ive just gotten used to the random garbage that "overwrittes"...
  8. how do I extract bytes from the middle of file

    How can I using commandline tools extract specific bytes, and byte ranges in the middle of file.

    I know I can use


    head -c END_OF_RANGE file.bin |tail -c BYTES_TO_GET


    But for huge files,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sony Vaio VGN-SR220J Brightness FN Keys

    For anyone that cares to read this,
    the fn+volume fn+brightness is working on 10.04 64bit livecd
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    Re: [SOLVED] list of unused functions c++

    Well I'm indeed looking here from time to time, but I'm mostly using stackoverflow these days.
    Thanks for the -Wunreachable compile argument.
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    Re: my laptop broke down which one to get

    Thanks people,
    I think it was overheating, because it wasn't ventilated enough.
    I dont think it was because of the motherboard was flexed.

    I'm considering the sony vaio z.
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    [ubuntu] Re: change root=/dev/sdb1 for grub2

    This I did, feel free to point me to where in the HOWTO this is explained.
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    [ubuntu] change root=/dev/sdb1 for grub2

    I got the following line in my grub.cfg


    linux /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.31-14-generic root=/dev/sdb1 ro quiet splash

    That I need to change to



    linux /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.31-14-generic...
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    [ubuntu] Re: how to run autostart daemon after reboot

    thanks
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    Re: Include header files in gcc/g++

    I agree that the man pages can be quite incomprehensible :)
    I wouldn't know what to search for in this case.

    But a quick google would have solved you problem ;)
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    Re: [SOLVED] list of unused functions c++

    Sorry for reviving this thread yet again.
    How would you check which functions are unreachable in the binary?
  17. Re: Better way ? md5sum on a dir with sub-dirs and files...

    There are many different ways to do that,
    I think I would use the command 'diff' which will tell you the difference betweeen 2 files.
    But this can be tedious parsing.

    The way to go would be...
  18. Re: Better way ? md5sum on a dir with sub-dirs and files...

    The paths in the md5sum.log
    should match to the files.
    So if you want to use that approach,
    you need to change the entries in the .log file.
    There is daemon somewhere, that there has to be...
  19. Re: Better way ? md5sum on a dir with sub-dirs and files...

    I don't know if I understand correctly,
    but do you know you can run md5sum -c .log.

    This will calculate the md5sum for all entries and compare them?
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    [SOLVED] Re: is a goto the only sane solution here?

    Actually I did some benchmarks,
    and it seems that there are no speeddifference doing either.

    I guess, that on a heavily used harddrive, it should make a difference reading the entire file.
    But I...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: read() only allows to allocate 32bit on 64bit

    Thanks for all your replies,
    but it seems that its not possible to use posix read to read files larger than 2.1 gig.
    This is according to the uberpenguin linus...
  22. Re: Sed is the coolest thing in the history of ever!

    I think most people are using a mix of awk,sed and tr.
    Depending what they want to do.
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    [SOLVED] Re: is a goto the only sane solution here?

    Thanks I hadn't heard about strtok_r() before, gonna look into that.

    I want to read the entire file at once, just for the sake of speed.
    One huge read, should be faster than 10 mio times reading...
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    link with libc-dbg and libc-prof

    Hi

    I got multiple versions of libc installed,
    how do I choose which to link with at compile time.

    thanks
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    Re: Segmentation fault with C

    Hi

    I haven't installed any gtk stuff, so I cant check you specific case but try compiling like



    gcc calctest.c -o calctest `pkg-config YOURPKG-CONFIG-ARGS` -ggdb -Wall


    Such that the...
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