UNIX/Linux Programming (Page 3)

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)
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