When I try to execute files in Linux, I'm always annoyed by the need to write ./executablefile instead of just executablefile. I get why it's done, so it won't have an ambigous input, one that is a ...
I typed in a single ' by accident and I got this as a result and exited out of it after typing ' in again. ' > > ' : command not found What does this do?
For debugging purpose sometimes I access a remote Linux box via VNC. At that time someone else may be working on that same Linux box through VNC and it may happen that I do not have facility to chat ...
I watched a video lecture today that introduced C and things like how to make a C program that will run in Linux. I followed the steps given and now I'm stuck with a bit of a problem. I created my C ...