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Bash loop new user

I have to create 20 users on 10 servers. I want to create a script that will create 20 users for me on the server (that's easy with useradd) and encrypt the password. I have my variable $crypt=perl ...
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Is the Unix Programmers Manual relevant for Linux?

I've been looking for an all around Linux Programmers manual but there isn't one... So that leads me to ask if the Unix Programmers Manual is relevant for Linux? The manual is here: ...
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UI toolkit + programming language to develop linux applications [closed]

Suggest good GUI designer tool with programming language for linux based application. For a developer who knows winform and C#. Don't want to use mono on linux to run .net application on linux. I ...
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Is there a Linux for an MSM7227 tablet with USB keyboard and touchscreen stylus drivers?

I have a ZTE V9C 7" tablet with 800MHz MSM7227 processor, Snapdragon family (ARM architecture?), Android 2.3, and I want to have a (very lightweight) Linux running on it (I know Android uses a Linux ...
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Best distro for programming [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Linux distribution geared towards developers I don't know if this question qualifies to be a question to be asked here. But can anyone tell me what's the best (linux) ...
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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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Is there a way for linux to pick up the phone?

I know that there is a way to make Linux dial out using a modem. Is there a way to program Linux (using a library/device) to pick up the modem (record phone calls) etc? see caller id?
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Which programming language is best to begin with as a total beginner? [closed]

Ok here is the deal after playing with Linux distros for best part of 4 years, I have a great urge learn some coding. However I'm a bit undecided as to which programming language to begin with. Word ...
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Where is best place to find sources of standard linux command line tools?

Into: I like learning by reading sources. But it's tiring of searching them across internet splited on many many different project sites. I'd love to see central browsable repo with sources of many ...
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Developing software on linux

What tools or IDEs do I need to start developing software on Linux in C++? Can I work using C#? What are necessary skills in order to know to develop software on Linux? I mean what is required in ...
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478 views

Managed code programming languages in Linux

Is there a .NET-like managed code programming environment in Linux? I've heard of Mono, but I don't see it extensively used -- even now Python can be seen used in most open source projects. Edit: ...
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Binary compatibility between Mac OS X and Linux

Brace yourselves, this question will likely appear naive and/or foolish, seeing as I am relatively new to the inner workings of unix like systems, and programming in general. Ready? Ok! I will go ...
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Use of O_DIRECT on Linux

If this question is too programmer oriented, let me know. I wonder if there are people familiar with the O_DIRECT flag for the open() system call on Linux 2.6? Linus disparages its use, however high ...
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Usage of inb, inl, inw to access kernel space from user space

What are some user space examples of using inb, inl, and inw to access kernel space in Linux?