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  1. how to include usb.h ?
  2. sockets and child processes
  3. Help Please - Printing the path for links
  4. IP mapped to tty port
  5. Read an arbitrary memory location?
  6. help please
  7. shared libraries, datasegment and multiple processes
  8. sleep for data in a wxwidget application
  9. shared memory not getting freed
  10. OPEN VERY VERY big text file inC?
  11. little problem with a simple shell program i made.
  12. could not accept socket
  13. changing the prioirty form inside the rt-class?
  14. pthreads + fork()
  15. zombie to exist after the termination of main program..
  16. priorities in Linux kernel??
  17. shared memory & mutex
  18. Working with pipes in C.
  19. Kickstart me for GUI app development!
  20. Mouse Window Interaction
  21. Using the Mouse in a Terminal Application
  22. pthread_mutex
  23. more kernel hacking, the check_preempt_curr_rt() func
  24. kernel hacking, plz help
  25. Reading operands
  26. Creating pthreads in for loop
  27. Problem in accessing root home folder....
  28. Build linux on windows
  29. managing iptables rules from C program
  30. trouble with pipes
  31. Running program in unix
  32. A question about pipes
  33. What are synchronous daemons?
  34. How to run windows based application in linux
  35. Not able to access directory of home folder
  36. Problem in creating executable from configure.ac
  37. [Large file][Value too large for defined data type]
  38. Anybody using Anjuta ?
  39. is error_exit a valid command?
  40. warning: comparison is always false due to limited range of data type
  41. Why does the prior level change in this case.
  42. High resolution clock.
  43. Need Explanation
  44. inotify woes
  45. Flat File System
  46. C++ editor for Gnome on ubuntu
  47. arrow keys in linux
  48. Question on 'top' command
  49. Using POSIX thread in Linux
  50. how to run script using sudo