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Code and Creation 73169
This is a free and informational site I created for application development and application development source on the net. Enjoy, and it's free, nothing to register oir sign up for just an informational site. TDvN<Shy@E^z/HEGwmCg,CJz# ... 27 Jan 2010 20:35
readir() II
Hello again comp.unix.programer, I would like to develop a small C utility that does something that a mortensen child can use. If I don't get it done before the end of january, then it's not a x-mas gift. I bought _Crossing the Threshold of Hope_ for Alan and have a thumbdrive of music for Robyn.... 8 Feb 2010 20:14
Reading /proc/<pid>/maps
Is there some tool which parses /proc/maps and produce good statistics out of it, Calculate cumulative size of the process etc ... - Shankar Easwaran ... 27 Jan 2010 14:54
how to kill all child when parent exits
> Isn't this a very common requirement ? No. In fact, it seems fundamentally broken to me. Why do you think you need/want to do this? I can think of some scenarios. Imagine a case where the parent forks off a bunch of child processes to do some work, expecting to get the results b... 25 Jan 2010 01:47
How would I terminate just some foreground processes?
> Let's say I have a bunch of foreground process like in the following... Three things: That's not a list of processes. It's a list of login table entries. The idle time has nothing to do with when a process (with the relevant TTY as its controlling TTY) was last started. It isn't an attribute of ... 25 Jan 2010 01:47
Orphaned process groups, daemon startup, SIGHUP
> That statement by Stevens is flat-out wrong. [...] Was Stevens being overly cautious? No, it was simply one of his rare mistakes. In fairness to Stevens, the world before the advent of TTY job control was a quite different one to the world after it. If this contradiction of POSIX is anyon... 25 Jan 2010 01:47
single daemon startup
> People moan how UNIX is so much better than Windows, but Windows has had services for a very long time - there is no such messing about ;-) This state of affairs probably has something to do w/ Windows' poor process control. Horses for courses.... Microsoft recognised the need for... 25 Jan 2010 01:47
Processes' memory
> This is very platform specific. No law even says a UNIX system has to support virtual memory. Yes to the "platform specific" part, but could a non-VM system implement fork()? (Beyond `errno=ENOMEM; return -1;', that is?) In addition to M. Schwartz' answer of swapping instead of paging the... 2 Feb 2010 22:00
Pseudo terminals and exclusive access
Hi, When I open a pseudo terminal, enable exclusive access and close the file descriptor again: fd = open (devname, ...); ioctl (fd, TIOCEXCL, NULL); close (fd); And then try to open the same pseudo terminal again, it fails with the error EBUSY. It seems that the exclusive flag persists after closing. Is... 3 Feb 2010 09:26
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I fell in love with the net and all the compuiter teahcnology in the very early years and have loved it ever since, I have an IT Degree and Communications degree and will be working on my doctorate for the next five years, in bwetween I design websites, databases, Multimedia Produxction or anything that wil make me a p... 21 Jan 2010 23:39
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