I just started messing around in Linux programming, and I wanted to create a simple test program to open a file, read to it, and write to it. I can open and read it, but write always gives errno = EBADF. I've messed with file creation permissions and I can figure out why write() thinks it's a bad file descriptor but not read().Here is my code:
I need to write a GUI for the web to gather the following info:
Username Password SomePlainText Path1 PathN
Of course, I then need an 'submit' button. I then want to have the user upload all paths supplied from their machine to my server. I hope to work with this data as arguments for a bash script. Also, I need to work with all possible client OSes consistently. What language should be used?
Can you offer me the code about fmod() in C. I want to know how this function work, i am very interested in it because i have no idea to implement it, i want to know... how to write the function... not 'how to use the function' can anyone post the source codes of this function here?
I've been working at learning how to write makefiles and I'm a bit stuck.
I've got a fairly simple project that will eventually be a framework for TCP/IP Communications in evolutionary algorithms that I've been using Eclipse to develop.
For personal development I want to learn how to write makefiles by hand but have gotten kind of stuck
Here is the makefile as it stands now:
Port and Mailbox are a virtual class and a template class respectively.
I get these errors when I run make:
So for some reason every single function in the Connection class has been defined multiple times. I assume because it's included as a dependency for multiple targets, but I've seen this in numerous examples that apparently work.
Everything in libpthread is undefined because I'm not linking in the library. I've tried adding the library options to the LDFLAGS variable but that doesn't seem to work either.
I am trying to write a gui app with python2.6.4 and wx on win XP. I am attempting to resize an image with Imagemagick from within the program using os.popen and os.system in a thread.
Code: os.popen("mogrify -resize " + str(x) + "x" + str(y) + "!" + " images/static/" + my_ref + ".gif") orCode: os.system("mogrify -resize " + str(x) + "x" + str(y) + "!" + " images/static/" + my_ref + ".gif") they both work as far as resizing the image but when os.system is used a command shell opens during the mogrify and when os.popen is used the command shell does not show but the rest of the program freezes until mogrify is done.
I would prefer that the program did not freeze during this process and the command shell did not show.I have tried using wx to scale the image but the scaled image looks crappy.anyway is there a way to use os.system and not have the shell show?
I am trying to write a CMakeList.txt for a project (A). The project needs to use the library of another project (B). For gcc, using -L <path> -ldl works. How can I convert that into cmake file? I tried include_directories, that doesn't seem to work
I want to know how to write a script that would use the standard Linux FTP command to download all the mp3 files from a FTP server cause GET *.mp3 doesn't work. Also how would I write the same script but as a batch file to be run in windows cmd through the windows native FTP command?
Of course, it's Windows only, and XP only at that. However, the data that needs transferred between the device and the computer should be fairly basic, unless it offloads a lot of processing to the computer. I'm not a programmer, nor do I play one on TV, but I have written some fairly complicated microcontroller programs and some basic Java GUIs. Besides writing the actual code, how hard is it to do whatever needs done to make a Linux device driver, apart from the code to make the device work?
I'm learning PHP and I was curious about this. I've learnt about cookies and sessions, and I'd like to know - which one do you use for a shopping cart? What's the actual mechanism behind it? As the user builds up a cart full of stuff, is the data for that maintained on the server-side in a MySQL database or something?
How do you write a program that is independent of the UI (the functionality is a library, and you have, for example, CLI and GUI interfaces as separate apps). The problem I have is how to report status and prompt the user from within UI-independent code? I could split it into parts that do not require any user interaction, but then most of the functionality will be in the UI, not the backend.
how to a write c++ progrms and link them to tcl. I.e if I want to implement a protocol of my own. I tried but lot of errors appear. In response to( file not included errors) i added proper paths of header files in (#include)my c++ file only to get many more errors.I tried also with marc greis tutorial 7th chapter ping protocol program also with same result. Even compiling a small c++ program is also difficult. Please anyone tell me the steps to be followed how to a write c++ progrms and link them to tcl. I.e if I want to implement a protocol of my own.
I have the following problem. I call a C++ program from a Java servlet by using Runtime exec. The OS is ubuntu and I use Netbeans 7.0 with Glassfish 3.1 web server.The program executes but it does not open and write into a specified file in a specified folder. The same C++ program compiled under Windows opens and writes this file.How can I solve this problem in Linux?
I'm running a simple backup and log script that is cronjobed to run twice a day. So currently, when new data is added to the log, its added to the direct bottom of the log file. However, I would like to have it printed to the very top of the log. The code is attached, I can't quote it in here because I am a new user and the system thinks I have url's in it, when they are just paths.