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  1. dma_alloc_coheremt, parameter -size-
  2. mmap scales poorly... help?
  3. Mutex locks
  4. selct()
  5. binding to 0.0.0.0
  6. Error: No source available for "__kernel_vsyscall() at 0x12d422"
  7. glib & g_checksum_*
  8. taking up linux programming for uni. need help!
  9. Implementation of dup2
  10. linus c client program
  11. open(filePath, O_RDONLY) not blocking?
  12. How to force two process to run on the same CPU
  13. Execlp Linux Question -- in C
  14. why no need to return a value in GNU C/C++ ??
  15. Compile Linux Kernel and GCC Version!
  16. using gdb to debug.
  17. objdump
  18. Play sound on a Mac
  19. Wrong results from dynamic libraries
  20. GDB: how to print
  21. error: ‘futex’ was not declared in this scope
  22. get input wihout stopping loop
  23. Help on a simple "opening file" program :/
  24. Help for C program using processes and signals
  25. Cat program with switches
  26. How correctly continue paused process?
  27. Realloc and Linux
  28. lightweight system() call
  29. Solution for this SBC that gets data from a MCU and saves it to db
  30. Udev & Interacting With Devices
  31. using diferent prefix with make install
  32. Autoconf help
  33. Polling epoll descriptor
  34. Proxy Server
  35. ipc message-passing hangs
  36. udp chat server
  37. system() call output not seen in text mode
  38. Popen question
  39. Writing a linux server in C
  40. Undefined reference to semaphore functions even though semaphore header is included
  41. Text > Sort > Array. AWK Program
  42. Using UNIX-Sockets for local interprocess communication
  43. static libraries
  44. Need advice, program no longer fully functional.
  45. Gui programming without any toolkit
  46. Asynchronous Serial I/O
  47. GCC 4.1.2 Issues
  48. socket time_wait problem
  49. Can't run compiled c-programs in linux mint
  50. awk again