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    Re: Bash scripting: Writing a file..

    Thread locked to prevent further necromancy.
  2. Re: How to play sounds in Gnome C application

    libcanberra should interest you.
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    Re: Network Manager (nm-applet)

    What you're talking about probably resides in the backend, if you go to the nm website you can see what I'm talking about.

    By the way, you probably would've been better off asking this question on...
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    [SOLVED] Re: c++ binary writing of array issue

    But because sbuf is actually referring to a static array and not a dynamic array, I think the actual output of the sizeof () is 250000 isn't it?
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    [SOLVED] Re: c++ binary writing of array issue

    The addresses being provided to write () to obtain the data from is incorrect because what you are passing it is the address of the pointer to the arrays and not the arrays themselves. So since you...
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    Re: Need help pls

    Homework questions are not allowed here, thread closed.
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    Re: Palindrome Prob.!!!!Help!!!!!!!

    Unfortunately homework questions are not allowed here. Thread closed.
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    Re: Wine + ALSA = No wub?

    Closed due to necromancy.
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    Re: What Linux distro does Linus Torvalds use?

    Three years of trying to figure out what distro Linus Torvalds uses, and still no decision has been made even though all the evidence is there for all to see on the Linux Kernel Mailing List.:P

    On...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help with a sed command

    Then this may do the trick:-

    sed 's/[0-9][0-9]*-[A-Z a-z 0-9 :]*/11-03-2010/'

    Edit:- Whoops, didn't see that the time was also there at times.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help with a sed command

    This seems to work:-

    sed 's/[0-9]*-[A-Z][a-z][a-z]/11-03-2010/'
  12. Thread: C errors

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    Re: C errors

    You have many syntax errors in your coding(style faults as well, but they aren't the real problem), such syntax errors include not enclosing the functions in closing braces, using a semi-colon after...
  13. Re: Creating project for source code of packages

    Could you be a little more specific? What exactly are you looking for?
  14. Re: Is anyone here a UCP (Ubuntu Certified Professional)?

    Thread closed due to necromancy.
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    Re: Compiling object file for kernel module

    You could've asked this in a new thread instead of asking it in a 2 year old thread which the OP probably might not even read.

    Thread closed.
  16. Re: Failed to load module libcanberra-gtk-module.so

    Could you be a little more specific on your problem? What exactly is crashing and what do you do to make it crash?
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    [SOLVED] Re: C - recursive file shredder

    You're talking about me. :)

    All I had to teach me was a C reference book, and the internet. Granted I did know VB first(horror! :P).

    My suggestion to you is to start small(a file shredder is...
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    [SOLVED] Re: C - recursive file shredder

    The function returns an address to the location of an array of characters(string), the problem with yours is that you are returning an address that might not be valid because the variable buffer is...
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    [SOLVED] Re: C - recursive file shredder

    Yes, you are right, fopen() does fail, my mistake. :)

    About your capitalizing of the first letter in functions, it's your personal choice really, but since most people don't really do that(atleast...
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    Re: Moral issues with the Xbox?

    Good question, thread closed. :P
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    [SOLVED] Re: C - recursive file shredder

    About the two periods you are getting, they are the directory entries for the current directory(the ".") and the top-level directory(the ".."), in your case, I would skip them for obvious reasons. :)...
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    Re: [C++] passing arrays of strings

    falconindy: Please read the Ubuntu Forums CoC where it mentions:-

    On that note, this thread is closed.
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    Re: Signal handling in GTK

    Regardless of how helpful your post maybe, posting it in an almost 2 year old thread is not that helpful and would most likely just create confusion.

    Thread closed due to necromancy.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Programming with C++ and Gtk

    Thread closed due to old age.

    nagaraj_dr:-
    Please create your own thread if you need help with an issue instead of posting in old threads, it's usually more helpful as there is less confusion...
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    [ubuntu] Re: RaLink wireless on fresh install

    Please don't cross post the same thread, one thread in the right section will do, in this case the Networking and Wireless section.

    Thread closed.
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