UNIX/Linux Programming - January 2014 (Page 2)

by Jyan
Help with very strange bug with shmctl?
Hello all, I just did a quick programming exercise from a textbook, and I'm finding some strange thi...
[3 replies] Last: > It compiles without warnings No, you are compiling without enabling ... (by ne555)
changing colors in geany
Dear all, I have started using geany, which seems to be avery good editor for c++ programming. ...
[2 replies] Last: Also once you use Linux more, you will hear that Emacs and Vim are bet... (by MatthewRock)
Beginner with boost shared pointers
Dear all, I am trying to compile a c++ program that uses the library boost::shared pointers. I...
[3 replies] Last: boost has a utility that will extract the header files you need along ... (by Cubbi)
by mqazi
Waiting for Detached Thread
How can I make main() thread to wait for a detached thread without using sleep ? Is main thread is k...
[3 replies] Last: ... or you could not detatch the thread in the first place. (by kbw)
Pausing program execution?
I'm currently programming a NES emulator using SDL 1.2 for video and keyboard I/O. I've looked onli...
[3 replies] Last: just build from source. sdl 1.2 has lots of bugs (by closed account Dy7SLyTq)
permission denied(2)
Hi. Help please. I g++'d my test program and then typed './a.out'. Anything wrong? But the only th...
[8 replies] Last: I did a quick search and found that showexec is a common problem in Ub... (by newbieg)
getline && line.empty problem
Happy New Year, everyone! I have a text file that looks like this: A|AAAAA|1|2 R|RAAAA R|...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you! Found a custom function that removes \r from the textfile. ... (by igorland)
Tread running methode from class
Hello, I have written a small tcp server class which creates a thread for every new connecting cl...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks a lot for your reaction. I made up a little test with a counter... (by HerrBrand)
C++ For Data Scraping Scripts
What's everyone's opinion on C++ or C# For Data Scraping on a Linux server?
[1 reply] : C# on Linux? Good luck. (by kbw)
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