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by zolo
linking openBLAS
Hi, I have yet again run into a compilation problem. I have downloaded the openBLAS libraries and...
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Terminal Commands
Hi There, I have to write a program which takes "ls" command (that displays the list of files in li...
[1 reply] : Duplicate post. Please don't do that. http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/g... (by kbw)
by zolo
configure file fails when checking mpi
Hi, I am trying to compile the blochlib-1.2 libraries on Ubuntu 15.04. After compiling the fftw3 ...
[3 replies] Last: You have to look at the autoconfig files for blochlib to see how it te... (by kbw)
c in linux
hii friends I am a beginner in Linux and I want to run my c programme in Linux how I run please desc...
[5 replies] Last: Step 1. Open up a terminal Search for the terminal application in the ... (by mathew17)
Create five processes running the given program with five different names
#include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/time.h> #include <sys/resource.h> #include <stdlib.h> #incl...
[1 reply] : Can you explain what you want. Your question doesn't really make much ... (by kbw)
Qmake Library V8 'undefined reference'
Hello. I am trying to link a library(Google V8) using Qmake and doing something wrong. Followi...
[4 replies] Last: That did it! Thanks! :D It was also because I didn't have the backslas... (by Gonza 565)
by Jinu9
Hi Friends, I need to know if this header file is a part of standard C++ Library . In my applicat...
[3 replies] Last: again, it is not standard c++. only thing that could find is https://... (by ne555)
by lolwe
Server/Client with threads
Can someone help with this? C++ Visual Studio 1 Server and 2 clients.1st client send symbols a..z a...
[1 reply] : You have to make a start and show us what you've done. Visual Studio ... (by kbw)
D-Bus over network
Hi everyone) Currently I'm working on a project related to development of software with microservice...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks) (by Diredko)
Getting Seg fault
I am trying to run a program that stores data using vectors. I am getting a segmentation fault (code...
[1 reply] : Some code is required in order to understand the context. (by NoXzema)
CPP threads does not work on Unix-like machines!
Hi, i cannot run the following program with MSVS.NET c++, gcc on Linux or LLVM Clang on MAC. If you ...
[4 replies] Last: I think I found a clearer answer! I will post it there on stackoverflo... (by morchalabi)
Where are the places we using UNIX operating system?
[2 replies] Last: There are quite a large variety of Unix based systems... Solaris also ... (by krisolafson)
Has anyone used the ncurses (not curses) library? What would be the best way to implement it in C++...
[1 reply] : I've used it to make a simple snake game with it. I don't understand ... (by ChajusSaib)
by bahat
program execute but output negative answer
#include <iostream> #include <fstream> #include <iomanip> using namespace std; int main ()...
[1 reply] : And we're supposed to work that out without seeing the values? Have yo... (by kbw)
pthread not cancels
So this is my code.This should send infinite lines with word "test" while I am holding Middle Mouse....
[3 replies] Last: The code's a bit messy with globals, magic numbers, ... I can see wha... (by kbw)
Creating multiple processes in UNIX
Hello, I'd like to write a program that creates multiple child processes in C. For instance, I begi...
[1 reply] : wait() blocks. You'll eventually need to use waitpid(). (by kbw)
by bahat
please help
i have been trying the normal "gcc inputfilename -o outputfname/dd.cpp" format on my fedora 22 os bu...
[1 reply] : Would you be able to tell us what the error exactly says? We can't hel... (by Radar)
by bahat
my compiler is given me error message like cant compile. And i cant use anjuta, have tried it but it...
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by iydh
Hello guys! I need your help. I keep getting infinite loops when ever my answer is out from Y or N. ...
[8 replies] Last: 0 is neither positive nor negative ;) (by LB)
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