UNIX/Linux Programming - October 2012 (Page 3)

Not able to set the MTU size of the ethernet interfaces using NETLINK sockets via NETLINK_ROUTE option
I have written a program to set the MTU size of the particular interface(say eth0 or eth1) to 1100....
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by cal1j
Best GUI for learning C++ in Ubuntu Linux
Hi Guys, I am a programming newbie taking a C++ course at my local college. I am interested in wh...
[9 replies] Last: mik2718 wrote: Everyone says Qt but it has this macro thing where yo... (by TheIdeasMan)
usleep(1000) is not working
Hello Everyone, My process was using 90% cpu so i have used usleep(1000). but after using this...
[6 replies] Last: Write a more efficient program maybe? (by ResidentBiscuit)
undefined reference to functions in lib , but only in IDES
hi everyone. i have a strange problem with the linker , when im using a command line compilation ...
[3 replies] Last: If you receive linking errors, then you are not linking. Ask your IDE ... (by ne555)
by CMarco
Convert string
Hello to all, I have a string named str and I want to convert this string to an uint64_t name t. ...
[3 replies] Last: Hi, I find this, works also: unsigned long strtoul(const char... (by CMarco)
Running program for every file in directory
I have just started learning Linux (Ubuntu) and I am not sure if this is the right forum to ask this...
[2 replies] Last: But in that case you need a file with the list of files that you want ... (by ne555)
Bash shell scripting
Ok not really C++ here, but I have this shell script assignment that I can't get to work. Just takes...
[12 replies] Last: Don't use csh (or rather tcsh) for scripts. http://www.faqs.org/faqs/u... (by kbw)
pthread_testcancel() before and after read(...)
What is the significance of calling pthread_testcancel() before and after a read(...) call?
[3 replies] Last: They make it possible to terminate a thread without terminating the wh... (by Cubbi)
Socket descriptor values returned by socket()
Hi, Is the socket descriptor value returned by socket() constant for constant arguments? Or is it...
[1 reply] : On UNIX/Linux it is usually the next available file descriptor the cre... (by kooth)
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