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    [ubuntu] Re: Segmentation Fault on Ubuntu 9.10, x64

    Yes, the issue has been solved. The problem is different architecture give different size for pointer. You could refer to http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1554810 just in order to see the...
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    Re: Segmentation Fault on Ubuntu 9.10, x64

    Yes, it works after changing the code. There is a bug in my code. I didn't realize in 64 bit system, pointer takes 8 bytes. Thanks you very much.
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    Re: Segmentation Fault on Ubuntu 9.10, x64

    Enclosed is the sample code.
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    Segmentation Fault on Ubuntu 9.10, x64

    Hey guys,

    I have been facing a problem for a week and yet I still could not get any solutions. I have a piece of C code which containing malloc(). I compile the same C code and run on 2...
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    [ubuntu] Segmentation Fault on Ubuntu 9.10, x64

    Hey guys,

    I have been facing a problem for a week and yet I still could not get any solutions. I have a piece of C code which containing malloc(). I compile the same C code and run on 2 different...
  6. [ubuntu] All File in USB pendrive become excutable once mounted

    Hi,

    When I plug in the pendrive in Linux, all the files inside become executable with asterisk(*) append at the end of file name. However, when I try with my friend's computer, everything works...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Text File Become executable once created

    Yeah, I've thinking of formatting the partition to ext3 or ext4. But I want that partition to be accessible by both OS (Linux and windows), I have to format the partition in NTFS.

    Anyway, thanks...
  8. [ubuntu] Error while copying file (Error splicing file: Input/output error)

    Hi,

    When I try to copy PDF files from one folder to another folder, it give me this error:

    "Error while copying "2004-SNUG-Europe-paper_...log_DPI_with_SystemC.pdf". There was an error copying...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Text File Become executable once created

    Ya, that's true. Whenever I copy a file from pendrive to Linux system the permission change to 755. The same case happen to my hard drive partition as well, whenever I create a new file (even a...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Text File Become executable once created

    My Pendrive's name is VECAD-TY6.
    When I follow your instruction, mount -a | fgrep VECAD-TY6, it could run but gives no outputs.
  11. [ubuntu] Text File Become executable once created

    Hi, I'm facing a weirld problem, that is when I create a new text file in my pendrive, it become executable automatically. The text file name append with asterisk(*). However when I create a text...
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