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  1. Thread: sound?

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    I've been doing a bit of sound programming myself...

    I've been doing a bit of sound programming myself of late using the Open Sound System (www.opensound.com/pguide/). I don't know about qsound, but OSS might be what you're looking for.

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    > >In this case "man -s 3c printf" gets me the...

    > >In this case "man -s 3c printf" gets me the printf family of functions.


    Good call. Yeah, you're absolutely right, that is on a Solaris box. You're command works on my Linux box. My bad.
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    Acually its funny you mentioned that because yes,...

    Acually its funny you mentioned that because yes, I did try it before posting, and I've tried your way and get the same result. Well, actually first it tells me it can't find an entry for three and...
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    "man printf" has always worked for me on linux...

    "man printf" has always worked for me on linux machines. You should just be able to type the "man name-of-command" and get what you're looking for.

    starX
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    I must admit I've had to go back and do some...

    I must admit I've had to go back and do some reading for this one. If you post your code I'll have a better idea as to what functions you're playing with, but for now my advice would have to be to...
  6. Thread: how to parse

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    Unless I'm completely off my rocker (very...

    Unless I'm completely off my rocker (very possible, as I haven't slept in days), you only need quotes for string literals. If you have a pointer to string you won't need the quotes.

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    Just so I know I'm following you, you need to...

    Just so I know I'm following you, you need to know how much memory you will need initially, but then you want the ability to change it to unspecified amounts during runtime?

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  8. Thread: how to parse

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    Well, if you KNOW that the dollar sign is always...

    Well, if you KNOW that the dollar sign is always going to be there, you could always read it in as a string, copy everything after the $ into a different string, and then use the atof() function to...
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    I can help with shared memory... what exactly are...

    I can help with shared memory... what exactly are you looking to know?

    starX
    www.axisoftime.com
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    The maze problems I've done in my classes have...

    The maze problems I've done in my classes have all been FIFO based linked lists, I trust you're doing something similar?

    In any case, it seems to me that the chief problem for you to solve is to...
  11. Thread: switch to linux?

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    No I never heard that one before; I guess it's a...

    No I never heard that one before; I guess it's a good thing to, because after learning with RedHat I've gone on to use BSD, Solaris, and a homegrown (and yes, I still do have a RedHat machine). It's...
  12. Thread: switch to linux?

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    Care to ellaborate on that a little? In any...

    Care to ellaborate on that a little?

    In any case, if you REALLY want to go the hard way, and learn the ins and outs of your system, you should either be looking at www.linuxfromscratch.org, or...
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    I've never heard of a way to do this, and as...

    I've never heard of a way to do this, and as structure members are nothing but variables, my inclination is to believe that it is not possible, sorry.

    starX
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    Should you be worried about there not being a new...

    Should you be worried about there not being a new line at the end of the file? Eh... depends. It doesn't really harm your code at all, but the syntax checker likes it there.

    Should you be...
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    shouldn't this be: mkdir $(INSTDIR)/SNMP;\...

    shouldn't this be:



    mkdir $(INSTDIR)/SNMP;\


    ?

    starX
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    I'm guessing that this is a Linux/Unix OS. You...

    I'm guessing that this is a Linux/Unix OS. You might want to look up the code for the free and df commands for figuring out the total mem and partition information. Usually you can find the source...
  17. Thread: system();

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    If this is Unix/Linux, then there is a family of...

    If this is Unix/Linux, then there is a family of functions called "exec". These functions take over a forked process, executing whatever code you put in the exec call in the new process space. I...
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    mkdir to no avail? That seems a bit odd to me......

    mkdir to no avail? That seems a bit odd to me... what kind of errors is it giving you when you try using this? My first thought is to check your permissions to make sure that if you are creating...
  19. Thread: Mp3

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    I don't know of any off the top of my head, but...

    I don't know of any off the top of my head, but mpg123 says (mpg123 -V) that it's free software under GPL version 2. As far as I know that means that you are free to dig through the source code and...
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    I'm not 100% sure about Outlook, but emails are...

    I'm not 100% sure about Outlook, but emails are generally stored in one big file that the email client interprets as a folder full of emails. For example, your Inbox "folder" should just be a text...
  21. Thread: switch to linux?

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    Yes, you should switch to Linux. If you have...

    Yes, you should switch to Linux.

    If you have some cash to spare, get a distro in a box with a book and phone tech support. If you have a buddy who knows linux, have them stand over your shoulder...
  22. Thread: Can XEMACS....

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    Yes, emacs can do that. I think naming a file...

    Yes, emacs can do that. I think naming a file *.asm will start it in assembly mode, but I'm not sure. If that doesn't do it; "M-x asm-mode" will.

    As far as assembly language resources go, my...
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    Like I said before, the GNU Make manual says that...

    Like I said before, the GNU Make manual says that makefile variables only pertain to the variable status with the cvurrent makefile, but if you build a shell script to check for the file...



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    About the only way I can think of is to see if...

    About the only way I can think of is to see if the CDROM device (usually /dev/cdrom) has a mounted filesystem on it. That information should be available in your /etc/mtab file.

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  25. Thread: precision delays

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    The usleep() function sleeps for a specified...

    The usleep() function sleeps for a specified number of milleseconds, give that a shot.

    starX
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