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    Interestingly, I'm having the same issue. One...

    Interestingly, I'm having the same issue. One that I found is that if you do a fflush(stdou) prior to the read, you'll get data.

    Also, as an aside, I can get the data instantly IFF I'm on the...
  2. Thread: Mutex locks

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    I don't have a clue. Maybe. That may be similar...

    I don't have a clue. Maybe. That may be similar to backtrace() (which is currently under development for the platform I'm on in uClibC). . . . and ewe! it is a patch to the LibC (also appears to...
  3. Thread: Mutex locks

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    Mutex locks

    Any of you know how to determine which thread holds a mutex? This would be NPTL code that we'd be looking for (and I don't want to extend it).

    Thanks!
    Kennedy
  4. Thread: grep

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    Yeah, I already "knew" that, but I was hoping I...

    Yeah, I already "knew" that, but I was hoping I had missed something. ;)
  5. Thread: grep

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    grep

    When doing command line thingys, sed allows one to do really cool stuff like:

    Long way:
    sed 's/^something/something else/' | sed 's/^morestuff$/othermorestuff/'

    Short way:
    sed -e...
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    Bare bones Linux does not auto-mount the device. ...

    Bare bones Linux does not auto-mount the device. What support util are you using to create the mount point and mount the stick? If you are using a bare bones kernel, you can watch the hotplug...
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    What are you attempting to do?

    What are you attempting to do?
  8. Hmmm, I'm using 4.4.1 to cross compile the kernel...

    Hmmm, I'm using 4.4.1 to cross compile the kernel -- not even a hit of a warning about it.
  9. Hmmm. Something seems strange to me. The code...

    Hmmm. Something seems strange to me. The code that I'm looking at is an init of the fsops struct. I know that llseek is first, though llseek was not configured in this init, but the init does...
  10. The build system for the kernel enables _ALL_...

    The build system for the kernel enables _ALL_ warnings and treats all warnings as errors (at least with 2.6.36.1 this is the case -- This is something that Linus has been pushing for for many years,...
  11. You are wrong. I can init it this way using GCC....

    You are wrong. I can init it this way using GCC. In fact, either way works on any of the GCC's that I have (I have 5).
  12. Doh! I forgot about that. Didn't, however,...

    Doh! I forgot about that.

    Didn't, however, find anything about initialization of structure elements using ':'. In fact, the only place I found ':' mentioned was under the labels section.
    ...
  13. struct mystruct mystruct = { item1: value, . . .

    Hmm, something else I didn't know -- is _THIS_ in the standard?
    struct mystruct {
    int item1, item2, item3, item4, item5, item10; // I think you get the point
    } mystruct = {
    item1:...
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    Hmm, so then everyone that I polled here believed...

    Hmm, so then everyone that I polled here believed it to be a syntax error, however, it worked, based upon the standard. So, this leads me to believe that near everyone is taught that default must...
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    switch () {default: ; case ...

    Consider the following:
    #include <stdio.h>


    int main(void)
    {
    int i = 3;

    switch (i){
    default:
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    You could try something like "gcc -lX -lY -lX -lY...

    You could try something like "gcc -lX -lY -lX -lY <the rest of that stuff>" as it is a library processing issue -- there are three phases to the linking. If you don't include the second reference,...
  17. Thread: Jobs, anyone?

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    Interesting that you didn't say anything about...

    Interesting that you didn't say anything about Jaxom or Imriel ;).
  18. Thread: Jobs, anyone?

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    At last (after two months) I have landed in a...

    At last (after two months) I have landed in a GREAT company! So, I do appreciate all of yalls help!

    I even got to stay in Huntsville.

    Edit: And, TBD is due any day now, so we'll actually have...
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    Crash course in C++, definitions/explanation

    No laughs, please ;). I'm attempting to learn this stuff, but I don't understand some of the definitions. The below code was copied off of daniweb from 2004. I have a "test" that I'm taking where...
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    Have you ever successfully made a linked list? ...

    Have you ever successfully made a linked list? For example, you should first attempt to make a linked list with a small set of numbers -- hard coded or entered by you. Basic linked list functions...
  21. Thread: Jobs, anyone?

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    I saw that yesterday. That listing is a bit...

    I saw that yesterday. That listing is a bit different than the one I saw. The one I saw said that the person had to have (also) strong OO development and have much experience with UML. I know of...
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    An individual does not have the option of...

    An individual does not have the option of renewing a clearance. The agency for which you work does that, at great cost. My clearance has been inactive for 6 years (3 years is the renewal date).
    ...
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    ::Gripe Session:: I actually found out about...

    ::Gripe Session::

    I actually found out about this Tuesday a week ago. Tuesday night I had something to do. Wednesday night I looked for a job for a while. I found something interesting here in...
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    Yeah, that's probably a good idea. UofA at...

    Yeah, that's probably a good idea. UofA at Huntsville is up here. Right now the wife and I are working through the local chamber of commerce job listings. There are lots of jobs here, but like...
  25. Thread: Jobs, anyone?

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    Not a requirement, but I really like the area.

    Not a requirement, but I really like the area.
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