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  1. Thread: kernel mod

    by awoodland
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    ssh root@myhost.net insmod mymodule. ^D or I...

    ssh root@myhost.net
    insmod mymodule.
    ^D

    or I suppose you could write something that lives in the kernel and listens to specific port for some kind of packet and then calls the module loader, but...
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    In my opinion the huge advantage to openGL lies...

    In my opinion the huge advantage to openGL lies within it's name - 'open' openGl libraries exist for virtualy every platform known to mankind. Use direct3d and it's windows or nothing... openGL is...
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    get the source code and write an openGL renderer...

    get the source code and write an openGL renderer for it :-) Now THAT's porting
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    Looks like it can't find the symbols unless you...

    Looks like it can't find the symbols unless you use -lstdc++ to me. Could just be my version of gcc

    Alan
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    To make this work on Solaris you might also find...

    To make this work on Solaris you might also find you need the following:



    newt.c_lflag &= ~(ICANON|ECHO|IEXTEN);
    /* also set TIME to 0 and MIN to 1 (getc will block until there
    is...
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    2048x1536@75hz :-) I'm pretty sure thats the max...

    2048x1536@75hz :-) I'm pretty sure thats the max my graphics card will do. I love this montior though. Means I can fit lots of code and design specs and emails on the screen simultaniously which...
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    I had always assumed that ANSI C was just the...

    I had always assumed that ANSI C was just the grammar for the C language itself + the standard library, and that if I called a function that happened to be not part of the ANSI standard C library...
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    gcc will happily compile c++ code for you, you do...

    gcc will happily compile c++ code for you, you do however need to tell it to link against the standard c++ library when it calls the linker. Ie:

    gcc -lstdc++ myfile.cc -o myfile

    Alan
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    sigaction() and ANSI C

    I'm tearing my hair out with a problem at the moment. I've managed to reduce it to a very simple example below:



    #include <signal.h>

    struct sigaction action;


    if you try compiling this...
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