UNIX/Linux Programming - January 2013

by vijkrr
How mutex works?
F1() { lock(&A); dosomething() releaselock(&A); } F2() { lock(&A); ...
[3 replies] Last: Let's make it look more like C++ F1() { lock<mutex> lk(A); d... (by Cubbi)
by KianS
Basic C++ Compiler for Mac (I don't mean a BASIC compiler)
Hi I'm Kian (probably the worst way to start a post) I am new to programming and need a simple c++ ...
[4 replies] Last: Please don't comment with Xcode because I don't get it, if you do com... (by Lodger)
by Telion
Writing the ultimate makefile
I'm trying to write a makefile that, given a list of source and header files (or just *) and compila...
[8 replies] Last: www.cmake.org -> CMake builds make files for you depending on argument... (by Zaita)
by elfico
hello everybody. pls can anyone tell me where I can get materials that would help me to learn unix/L...
[6 replies] Last: You could always buy a Raspberry Pi computer for less than £30 learn ... (by ajh32)
shell in c++ with classes
I'm writing a Shell for my Operating Systems course. It should be written in C++ using classes. I h...
[1 reply] : The shell shouldn't have too many built in commands, ls especially. I... (by kbw)
Makefile/linker question
I have been googling around and either my google foo is weak today or there isn't a clear cut answer...
[4 replies] Last: $ make --just-print (by ne555)
using a vector and fstream
#include <iostream> #include <stdio.h> #include <vector> #include <fstream> using namespace std; ...
[1 reply] : In C++98 (from 1998) the constructor for std::fstream accepts a con... (by Catfish3)
Address of Pointer is fixed in every execution
Hi In my program address of pointers is fixed in every execution. for example: pointer A is "0x6...
[5 replies] Last: Programs get loaded at the same base address, mostly. And that causes... (by kbw)
Hi, I am subhamita. After running 2000 iteration correctly, my program is stopped showing 'killed'. ...
[2 replies] Last: Same problem as http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/windows/90030/#msg483... (by Grey Wolf)
[Ubuntu] How to determine the size of unity launcher/panel
I'm having an issue calculating the size of my window on Ubuntu. I am using gtkmm-2.4 and calling...
[1 reply] : Check with the GTK && Unity documentation or forums, that is a problem... (by Zaita)
by efe909
posix mutex
Hi, I am learning multi-threaded programming (C++) using POSIX libraries. I have been using the mut...
[4 replies] Last: [quote=efe909]" access to variable myVariable is not really "locked" i... (by closed account zb0S216C)
by anibio
compiling C++ with the scons compiler
I am using Mac OS X 10.8.2 and I am compiling my code using the scons compiler. I am using the 32 b...
[1 reply] : Wouldn't it be easier to install a 64-bit version of libxerces? (by fafner)
skgesigOSCrash crash in the Linux 32 bit application
Dear All, I am getting following crash in our 32 bit C++ application built on RHEL5.4 with Oracle...
[3 replies] Last: 1. Your Oracle Diver 2. http://www.cplusplus.com/articles/jEN36Up4/ (by Zaita)
does Linux have a native library for GUI. I'm asking for like a windows.h type of deal but w/ Linux....
[7 replies] Last: Thanks for that. My main interest in XLib is just curiosity rather th... (by Grey Wolf)
EOF doesn't flag to POLLIN?
I'm thinking cause POLLIN only watches for bytes incoming. And I can't do this... int poll_activit...
[6 replies] Last: Found it, rather than put 0 as a timeout, I should put -1 for blocking... (by LuckyIsDog)
memory alignment
Is there any way to align memory allocated with new to a 2d array?. how can I aligned memory allocat...
[4 replies] Last: If he was not worried about alignment, he could as well coded it in Ja... (by rapidcoder)
System function
I know its looked down on but does anyone know if I can use the system command on a Linux environmen...
[1 reply] : Yes you can use system(""); (by Zaita)
by pjesh
Hashing - How to find collision rate?
Guys, I'm having issues calculating the collision rate of this table. It's currently printing out va...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks. That solved the problem :) (by pjesh)
by shafh
Can build my code on another linux-pc
Hi everyone. I have currently coded a program in c++ on one (ubuntu) computer. The program works f...
[5 replies] Last: Wow that was amazing. A easy bug. Really thanks a lot. Would never ha... (by shafh)
static member problem in overloading delete operator
I defined my pool class(memory pool manage) as a static member in foo class as below but give error...
[3 replies] Last: You should put it inside one of your source files because you only wan... (by Peter87)
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