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Feb 1, 2010

I want to parse the AT commands using C programmemy problem is to send message using At commands in minicom from one system to other system using socket programmingif i will send here AT on other system it should respond as OK,and if we will send AT+CMGS="ip address" "message", on other system this message has to displaycan any one please tell me the code in C language

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Feb 1, 2010

I want to parse the AT commands using C programmemy problem is to send message using At commands in minicom from one system to other system using socket programmingif i will send here AT on other system it should respond as OK,and if we will send AT+CMGS="ip address" "message", on other system this message has to display can any one please tell me the code in C language

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How do I get php to work?

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Apr 6, 2010

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I have played around with my httpd.conf and also php5.conf files, but I couldn't make any difference.

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I'll show the code first:


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Nov 9, 2010

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Jan 13, 2010

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Jan 15, 2010

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fakeScript's contents :


while read line; do
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so here's the problem : is there any way to evaluate the fakeFile's contents (in the fakeScript), so that the term "$(date +%F)" (or any other bash script) in a string , translates to it's corresponding value ? (in this example , we want to have "blah current date" instead of " blah $(bash script) blah " )

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Apr 27, 2011

We have a system called Skynet, which is basically a bunch of monitoring tools, including Nagios. What I want to do is output the status of 'critical' processes in conky. The conky part I'll worry about later (how hard can that be?), but I'm looking for some feedback on how I'm parsing the initial data. I figure that the simplest way to get the information is to query the cgi, then take what I need from the results...

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I have a variable in which the data is stored as below:

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There are lots of values in format like "3m1.057s" are stored in variable_test separated with an space between two such values. For exapmple, value is "3m1.057s" I need to save different parts of a value in three separate array variables such as the

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tell if this can be done using "awk". A "WHILE" loop might be used to separate and store theses values I guess?

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