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  1. Found a better link; or at least my eyes thinks...

    Found a better link; or at least my eyes thinks the info is easy to read; seems to have the same info on it.
    fstat(2) — Arch manual pages

    Tim S.
  2. fstat(2): file status - Linux man page...

    fstat(2): file status - Linux man page
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    Thank you for the responses; I hope to start work...

    Thank you for the responses; I hope to start work on the project in the near future. I will likely learn enough to ask more questions.

    Tim S.
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    BeagleBoard.org - bone...

    BeagleBoard.org - bone

    Beaglebone Black Industrial running Linux Debian unknown version.

    Edit2: I am just starting and the Debian version is working on being updated; not sure if I will wait...
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    C program under Debian Linux and USB drive

    I am going to start an embedded C project under Debian Linux in the near future.
    And, I am thinking of trying to use an USB drive to store data.

    What should I use as the size of buffer to save...
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    https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/version-control-syst...

    https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/version-control-systems/
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    It is sometime very hard to tell the difference...

    It is sometime very hard to tell the difference between a newbie and a "help vampire"!

    You are looking more like an "help vampire" than is considered good.

    Tim S.
  8. scanf("%c", &scan_string); The above likely...

    scanf("%c", &scan_string);

    The above likely needs to be


    scanf(" %c", &scan_string);

    The space results in white spaces being skip on input.

    But, the OP needs to fix the other issues,...
  9. This link might help or might not. I did not...

    This link might help or might not. I did not understand the answer.
    Tim S

    linux - How to resolve "setsockopt(3, SOL_SOCKET, SO_MARK, [10], 4) = -1 EPERM" Operation denied for none root users -...
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    In C, zero is considered false. Tim S.

    In C, zero is considered false.

    Tim S.
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    C Preprocessor Directives - C and C++ Syntax...

    C Preprocessor Directives - C and C++ Syntax Reference - Cprogramming.com
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    Semaphore (programming) - Wikipedia...

    Semaphore (programming) - Wikipedia
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    FYI: If the string/char array is not allocated...

    FYI: If the string/char array is not allocated correctly using malloc or another method you might get the problem you describe.

    And, after doing a char array malloc you need to do strcpy instead...
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    Order do you have just a single link list sorted...

    Order do you have just a single link list sorted by two things at once?

    As in a sorted double link list with two things it is sorted by.

    Tim S.
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    Are you creating an new link list with the new...

    Are you creating an new link list with the new sorted order?
    Or, are you sorting an existing link list?
    Does the assignment require one of the two ways to be used or is it open to you being able to...
  16. uint8_t[subFrameCfg->numDopplerBins]...

    uint8_t[subFrameCfg->numDopplerBins] DopplerVector;


    What do you think the above line does?
    Or what do you want it to do?

    Is this one of the lines that have an error?

    Tim S.
  17. Because you are adding a new node to the front of...

    Because you are adding a new node to the front of the list each time.

    Edit: In your case you are only allocation space for a new node each time.
    I suggest reading the assignment.

    Tim S.
  18. gtest is an unit testing framework also called...

    gtest is an unit testing framework also called googletest.

    It is for testing C++ code!

    It can test C code that can run as C++; but, in the 5 minutes looking I saw no where that said it can test...
  19. Thread: If function

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    if(total=='2') The above is wrong because...

    if(total=='2')

    The above is wrong because total is an integer.

    You likely want


    if (total == 2)

    Tim S.
  20. Release GCC 10.3.0 with FORTRAN *...

    Release GCC 10.3.0 with FORTRAN * stahta01/mingw-org-packages * GitHub

    It can build itself; and, I have most of the none JIT mingw.org patch files applied along with a few TDM mingw.org patch...
  21. musl libc (https://wiki.musl-libc.org/) ...

    musl libc



    Tim S.
  22. Wow, I got GCC 9.2.0 to build see Release...

    Wow, I got GCC 9.2.0 to build see Release GCC9_alpha_1 * stahta01/mingw-org-packages * GitHub

    Now, I need to see if it can be used to build itself.

    And, I need to apply more mingw-org patch...
  23. Report on progress on non-cross (native) GCC...

    Report on progress on non-cross (native) GCC build:

    Currently fails in building i686-pc-mingw32/libstdc++-v3 with header related "error: 'operation_not_supported' is not a member of 'std::errc'". ...
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    Why do you want to re-invent the wheel? You say...

    Why do you want to re-invent the wheel?
    You say you have an RTOS that has task management system; why does that system not fit your needs?

    Tim S.
  25. Important mingw.org patch that was needed is...

    Important mingw.org patch that was needed is "16-gratuitous-vista-usage.patch" I added "08" to number prefix.

    mingw-org-packages/0816-gratuitous-vista-usage.patch at staging *...
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