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I am using QT Creator on Ubuntu 14.04, to make a C++ project using cmake (not using qmake). In my source code editor, if I type a function name that is recognised, then next to the function name a code completion box will appear. This box consists of a down arrow, and next it the function prototype. Now, it seems
How would I access MS SQL Server with ubuntu 14.04. I tried using freetds I failed to understand the process and It was my first time learning sqlmap. I have tried to read for several hours but in vain. Just give me a clue a way to proceed. I have the IP address of the database but I don’t know
I am trying to debug a program in Ubuntu 12.04(x86_64) LTS with core dump file. At the beginning, the “bt” command is ok, just like below I want to see the symbol in libc.so.6 , so I install libc6-dbg using but after install I get all the thing wrong , showing in the below: I try to remvoe lib6c-dbg with
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I currently run these java applications with the following command via root: java -Xms1G -Xmx1G -jar /var/www/tekkit.socialnetwk.com/tekkit.jar nogui Although if I close the terminal window those applications close/stop. Is there anyway to stop this from happening? Either creating it as a service or to start it on boot. I’ve tried rc.local but no luck. I’m running on Ubuntu – Newest.
So my sample code so far looks like this: I want to be able to echo it out to make it look like the following: But the problem is that when I tried using AWK, sed, or IFS they also use n as delimiters which I don’t want that to happen as the text gets all messed up. Is there
I’m trying to build the library trilinos on a 32bit ubuntu virtual machine. I wrote the following configuration script: When I execute it with the ksh command in the terminal, I get the following error: CMake Error: CMAKE_Fortran_Compiler not set, after EnableLanguage Answer It appears you do not have a Fortran compiler installed. This is why cmake cannot set CMAKE_Fortran_Compiler
I have a C code in vi from which I want to replace the text “n” with something else. Use of %s:n:(anything else) isn’t working. Is there any way to bypass this? For example,a line in the code is: printf(“Hello worldn”); In vi, I need to replace “n” in the printf line with a full stop. Use of substitue command
I want to install Ubuntu alongside with my window 7. Currently i have 6 partition with window 7 as C:, D:, E:, F:, G: and H:. My window file reside in C: drive. What will be the effect on other drives if i install Ubuntu alongside with window install? What will be the effect on data contained in other drives?