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  1. Change in sequence due to a '\n'
  2. Browsing directory in unix
  3. help with script
  4. c program help
  5. Using code compiled in OpenSUSE on a microcontroller running Gentoo Linux
  6. Problem with TIOCMGET ioctl
  7. Runbox, execute a program.
  8. truncate help
  9. trying to rea from /dev/tty fails!
  10. text between the line
  11. How to get environment variable
  12. Very Useful, BUT its a Doubt
  13. How to add C++ files from directories in makefile.am
  14. A libdc1394 library function is causing a segmentation fault
  15. Trickiness while trying to implement an automounter ...
  16. XLib Window Reparenting
  17. to get coardinates
  18. Extended ASCII/ANSI in Linux Shell
  19. command to work
  20. running shell functions based on user input.
  21. Unix sockets
  22. run windows exe
  23. Undefined Reference Errors Related to the Library libdc1394-devel
  24. What does: 'error: stray \357 in program' mean?
  25. move window
  26. window creation
  27. change the language
  28. Help: Compiler is trying to convert identical variable arguments .c and .h files
  29. g++ problem
  30. Cursor position in Gtk+ 2.0?
  31. *** how to set up a variable in Linux? ***
  32. Trouble Compiling 1394 Development Libraries for Linux
  33. getnameinfo()
  34. Executing 'alias' Linux shell command from C
  35. g++ -r Confusion
  36. Getting System Output into C
  37. ncurses window problem
  38. process programming
  39. EOF or not EOF?
  40. Getting service port with getservbyname()
  41. Error "undefined reference to"
  42. first program in *nix
  43. Interactive Programs
  44. Control Mouse
  45. leaked memory not freed after process is killed?
  46. bluez bluetooth programming
  47. Retrieving a file from HTTP
  48. ld: No such file or directory
  49. replace a file in user level
  50. nanosleep() -system call does some confusing things