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How are the number various ulimit values for a process set? [closed]

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Can I Run docker on linux mint 13? [closed]

Closed. This question does not meet Stack Overflow guidelines. It is not currently accepting answers. We don’t allow questions about general computing hardware and software on Stack Overflow. You can edit the question so it’s on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 6 years ago. Improve this question I’ve tried to install docker on my machine, following the instructions for Precise 12.04

Running multiple Java Applications on startup

I currently run these java applications with the following command via root: java -Xms1G -Xmx1G -jar /var/www/ 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.

Bash – one-liner echo with delimiter

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

Internal cmake error while building trilinos on ubuntu 32bit

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

How to substitute text which has implicit meaning in vi

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