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  1. gcc 4.1.2
  2. fopen? fails w/ mounted dvd
  3. keylog
  4. return value of executable
  5. Forking Issue...
  6. please test my code!!!
  7. Specify address for a function in Relocatable Code
  8. Termios question
  9. GRUB from windows
  10. parsing C code
  11. is there anything like visual c++ for linux?
  12. Compiling help???
  13. buffered vs unbuffered question
  14. select - should I use FD_SETSIZE or max fd
  15. GNU Auto build tools
  16. compiling with g++
  17. Order of Memory Locations
  18. execlp() vs excelp < 0 error handling question
  19. Cross compiling
  20. What would I use in place of select()
  21. Help with mprotect and writing on code section
  22. Xlib Fullscreen and/or borderless
  23. force the programm to write data
  24. fwrite over pipes question
  25. All files in a directory
  26. mmap-ing files > 4GB?
  27. Simulating a shell problem
  28. Signals and library functions
  29. File descriptor file position
  30. Curses + Mouse control
  31. Running a console program with maximum speed
  32. strange behavior when intercepting read() with LD_PRELOAD
  33. subsitution for rcmd -> local command
  34. Passing serial settings from pseudoterminal to physical port
  35. delivering signals
  36. A problem with STL vector/list/map with string as a key in multi-threaded program
  37. GNU make - generating dynamic dependencies
  38. Simple GNU Makefile
  39. LAN emails
  40. using tar command in a shell script
  41. Implementing shared/exclusive locking (readers/writer) lock
  42. 100% cpu utilization
  43. How to change X-Server default gray screen ?
  44. Deamon for Linux!
  45. Passing function pointer using message queues
  46. .so files having no symbols
  47. Linux and text editor choices
  48. copy files to samba
  49. getrusage() doesn't give time info of threads created by kernel_thread
  50. Timer in Linux