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UDP sending two strings in a datagram

I'm wondering if its possible to send two strings within one datagram in a UDP packet. Assume I had string 1 with text: unix and string 2 with text: linux. I don't want to merge the strings but keep ...
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Run Java in a chrooted jail

I'm on a CentOS 6.5 machine with Plesk Panel which I used to create a chrooted environment for a user who can access it via ssh. I'm not a big expert but somehow I managed to let him use some basic ...
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What's the easiest way of installing JRE on Debian?

What is the easiest way of installing JRE on my Debian OS (Linux)?
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Safenet Authentication Client Tools error when Reboot or restart the eTSrv- and pcscd-services

Command: sudo /etc/init.d/eTSrv start Starting eTSrv daemon eTSrv /usr/bin/eTSrv: error while loading shared libraries: libeToken.so.8: cannot ...
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Installing OpenJDK 7 (JRE) but only policytools found in ./jre/bin

I'm trying to install Java 7 onto my Ubuntu machine through apt-get. I'm issuing the to install using apt-get: sudo apt-get openjdk-7-jre apt-get claims a successful install, but I cannot appear to ...
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JVM memory limit on Linux (Debian)

When running my java program, I get following error: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Requested array size exceeds VM limit I am wondering how I can increase the limits on my ...
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Wine - Java-Editor's Frame Window is black [closed]

I have a strange bug with the Java-Editor on Linux using Wine. When I run a Frame Window it is completely black. The rest of the editor works quite well. My mouse recognizes the text fields (changing ...
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Using prelink on manually loaded libraries? (like Java native libraries)

As far as I can tell, prelink can only works with dynamic libraries which an executable declares it needs at compile time (the libraries that can be found with ldd). It doesn't seem to include ...
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Hugepages in linux - how to make sure that java process will start using hugepages

I'm running java server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.9. Recently I started to use HugePages as it has some advantages I would like to use. System was configured correctly (as many ...
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How to get Oracle java 7 to work with setcap cap_net_bind_service+ep

I am trying to grant the java executable the right to open ports below 1024 on Linux. Here is the setup /home/test/java contains the Oracle Server JRE 7.0.25 CentOS 6.4 Here is what getcap ...
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hadoop namenode host login issue

hduser1@bycb4y1:/$ ssh -p 9000 hadoop-namenode Welcome to Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.5.0-23-generic x86_64) * Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/ Last login: Mon Aug 5 17:05:47 2013 from ...
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What is the safe way to allow Java 7 to run on SELinux

Short version: What is the most secure way to allow Java 7 to run on (with?) SELinux? Long version: Sorry in advance if I use incorrect terminology. I'm really just a Java developer with a meager ...
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High Availability of Services

I want to monitor a couple of services in linux. In case they go down I want to restart them. I'm writing a crontab which will get the name of the services using jps command every 60 seconds, and if ...
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1answer
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Can't load IA 32-bit .so on a IA 32-bit platform

I'm trying to install an 32_bit_application on CentOS (64-bit), while running the setup.bin file it return the following error Invocation of this Java Application has caused an ...
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Linux / JVM - OutOfMemoryError: unable to create new native thread

I have a memory problem with a Linux server (CentOS). It is a VM. Below is the context. It has 70Gb of RAM. There are 2 tomcat running on it. One tomcat is given a heap of 13Gb and the other one a ...
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Cannot kill a java process

I have a java process that cannot be killed. I have tried every method I know, or that I have found on the internet to no avail. I have tried: killall java kill -9 <pid> kill -11 <pid> ...
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How to trace a java-program?

As a sysadmin I sometimes face situations, where a program behaves abnormally, while not creating errors at all or creating nonsense error-messages. In the past - before java came in - there were two ...
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Implement Java/JavaFX on ARM

I am working on ARM Linux. I have found this link that says that JavaFX could work on ARM. I am confused about Embedded Java SE and JavaFx ARM. Do I need to setup a JVM for those or not? I have ...
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461 views

How do I install drjava in linux from terminal?

I've downloaded drjava-stable-20100816-r5366.jar file which is the drjava version for Linux. How do I install it on my machine? I'm running Ubuntu 11.10. I have OpenJDK Java 6 runtime and Sun Java 6 ...
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How to force a particular version of Java?

I am on a RHEL 5.5 64 bit box. The systems engineer installed the 64-bit Java VM under /usr/bin ; however, I needed a 32 bit VM which he installed in /opt/jdk1.6.0_35. But now, everytime I do java ...
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Linux running slow with 0 swap left

Our Linux server is responding very slowly. top doesn't show any excessive CPU usage. I noticed that even though there's about 5GB of free memory, the system is using all of swap with no free swap ...
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Capturing new output after deleting the output file

I'm runnig a java server on Debian with this command: java -jar myapp.jar [args] >> log.txt Once I gzipped the log file to send it and then I realized the original file was gone, leaving me ...
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Any way for Unix to ignore lpoptions and let Java do it's job?

I'm using the javax.print API to print a Jasper Report on Debian Linux. For some reason the saved lpoptions (CUPS settings) always override settings chosen on the Java Print dialog. At this point the ...
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How to set up the DOMAIN_HOME environment variable in SUSE Linux

I am running Java NetBeans 6.9 jdk 6 on SUSE Linux (a newbie on linux) and I currently need to get the path of the weblogic domain of my Java application. I have read that I can directly access the ...
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Problem to launch java at Debian: “error while loading shared libraries: libjli.so”

I'm trying to launch java: $ java -version java: error while loading shared libraries: libjli.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory $ ldd ...
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Issues compiling Tanuki Java Service wrapper version 3.1.2 under armv5tel architecture

Basically I need this specific version of the Tanuki Java Service Wrapper to run a specific Java application. I downloaded the source from the Tanuki website and I'm trying to compile it from source. ...
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Problem installing JDT in Eclipse on linux

I installed Eclipse on Fedora Core 14 using yum install eclipse-platform. I ran eclipse and tried to install the java development tools, but then this error came up: Cannot complete the install ...
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1answer
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Weblogic administration console way too slow

I've installed weblogic 10.3.3, configured simple domain with default configuration. And after starting weblogic I cannot use it via admin console because it is starting too slow (~10 mins). It seems ...
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How can i know which unistd.h file is loaded?

I have several unistd.h files in my Ubuntu Linux. I've one on: /usr/include/asm/unistd.h This file has this directives: # ifdef __i386__ # include "unistd_32.h" # else # include "unistd_64.h" # ...
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Invoke Syscalls from Java

Is there a way to invoke syscalls directly from Java, or is it necessary to first call a native method?