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How to compile c, c++ and python code as “Released/Final” version? [closed]

I want to know if there are ways to compile C, C++ and Python code in order to not be able to reverse engineering it over Linux or not? I have heard there are some ways over Windows to do it, but I ...
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Using file system call

I'm trying to learn system calls for open,write and close a file. I use this sample and the result is: gcc: error trying to exec 'cc1plus': execvp: No such file or directory Here's my program: ...
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Difference Between #include “file.h” and #include <file.h> [closed]

What is the difference between the #include "file.h" and the #include <file.h>? Surely they mean the exact same thing, because I have a file that has something like this: #include ...
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While there is C++ why most of Linux programs are written in C?

Why most of linux programs are written in C? Why they are not written with C++ which is newer than C?
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Why would one want to compile multiple .cpp files to the same executable?

Why would you do g++ -Wall -I/usr/local/include/thrift *.cpp -lthrift -o something instead of: g++ -Wall -I/usr/local/include/thrift -c Something.cpp -o something.o g++ -Wall ...
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how to Update gcc of OpenSuse 11.2?

I have OpenSuse 11.2 with gcc version 4.4.1. I would like to update my gcc version to 4.5.1. I have downloaded gcc-4.5-19.1.i586.rpm. When I rpm install it, it's asking for ...
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Recording and charting boot process information in Linux

I need to write a command line tool that records the boot process information in Linux, and then renders it in a chart format (a textual chart would do). How do I programmatically obtain the this boot ...