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Can you affect how linux programs are developed? [closed]

Can linux users affect how programs are developed? E.g. forums where you can make suggestions or report problems - not just bugs but also cases where the default behavior of old basic tools has been ...
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Developing GUI for a linux executable [closed]

I am looking for guide/tips on developing a graphical user interface (GUI) for a Linux executable that I am interested on. How do I go about doing it? What applications/resources do I need?
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Kiosk Gui, but not limited to WebBrowsing

My need is simple: Make a Raspberry PI 3 thin client. For that, I need the following items to be achieved: A Kiosk mode software, that would not allow the user to change configurations A Kiosk mode ...
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Why only Linux master branch visible on Github?

Why is only the Linux master branch visible in the Github Repository? https://github.com/torvalds/linux/branches Is there a way to view the other branches?
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is it okay to assume my commands in use are exist by default with almost all distributions

I'm maintaining a small USB device driver code for Linux. This is a user mode code so , there are places that we need to find what is the version of libudev so and etc. So the only way that I came up ...
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Minimum APIs for Linux

It seems that the Linux kernel (All POSIX OSs?) contains only 300+ system calls. Does this mean that any OS implementing those APIs (directly or by translation tables) can run software written for ...
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Any x86-64 Linux assembler?

I want to start learning assembly language, but all the googling didn't make any sense. I got some Exec format error and even used wine which is not good for understanding. So I wonder if anyone can ...
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Preparing a Ubuntu install for sharing

I have a virtual version of Ubuntu running in VirtualBox. Currently I have lots of personal information in it. I want to share the virtual image disk with other developers, but I don't want them to be ...
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Development setup on linux

On a linux system should we install and use our development tools and setup like java ee and hadoop as a root user or as user.
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How to keep a development environment clean? [closed]

Working as a hobby developer on Debian/Jessie64 mostly C++ but also assembly, python, java, c, c# like compiling programs on my own like looking into other's source it results into many packages(...
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How to properly set up a cross-compiling environment for Windows?

I'm working on an application written in C that's supposed to run on at least Linux and Windows. I usually work on Linux, so I'd like to be able to cross-compile my application for Windows. My ...
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Nginx on Debian 8 dev setup. PHP via PHP FPM not working

UPDATE: Ok, I can now happily say that what you see below is the recipe for a happily working automated PHP and Nginx dev setup (with automatic domains) and all problems I had are now solved. I ...
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Linux debian based new distro development [closed]

I try to make debian based distro but confused because the size of debian is already 12 gb then how can i make it small ( i.e lesss than 2 gb ).
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How to name your program to avoid duplicate executables

I am currently developing a piece of software. I am curious how to avoid a naming duplicate. There could be the same name used by a different manufacturer. For example, I want to name my program ...
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Who would use this information to develop better support for hybrid graphics?

I have a laptop with hybrid graphics and I'm so frustrated that linux doesn't fully support it without any intervention from my side, just like any other Windows machine would normally do. So I ...
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custom built kernel module problems

I have been struggling to find a solution for loading module ath9k into the kernel and I have met a dead end. The kernel is 3.17.1 taken from kernel.org and I am compiling it in Ubuntu Trusty (14.04) ...
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Bluehost to Digital Ocean: Building a Web Development / Test Environment on Laptop

For the past few years I've been a Bluehost / LAMP site developer, but now i intend to switch to Digital Ocean to get a competitively-priced VPS i can use to pursue other technologies (nginx, Scheme &...
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What utilities do I need to begin android development on Ubuntu?

I already would work by some Cortex-A boards(for instance Cubieboard, Marsboard,...) I've already started working with integrated circuits: Cubieboard Marsboard I've been directed to learn linux, ...
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Where to drop libraries according Filesystem Hierarchy Standard

I operate a Linux-based build system. The build system itself is based on Jenkins, Nexus, Maven, Ant and Shell scripting. Some projects need some special tools and libraries for building. ...
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Linux development server [closed]

I have an issue. I want to set up a Linux development server on my home PC so everyone who has credentials can log in from anywhere into that machine and write code. What should I do or what should I ...
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Should I file bugs upstream, to my distribution maintainers, or both?

I've recently filed a bug with gnome-shell to the GNOME maintainers, on their website (upstream). However, I'm not sure whether I was maybe supposed to file it to the package maintainers of my ...
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A Linux OS as Single Display Groupware

For use in extreme programming environments, the idea of single display groupware has become rather interesting. I understand that applications need to be retooled in order to function as single ...
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Running the linux kernel and Ubuntu on custom processor

This is hardly a theoretical question as many have done this, albeit there's very little information on the underlying processes. I'm developing a custom MIPS-based processor on which I would like to ...
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Where is the core of Unix?

I know there are a lot of questions like this, but I certain this one is rare. I am a computer programmer who wants to take on the challenge of building an operating system. I want to base it on Unix ...
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Entry point of linux kernel [closed]

In the linux kernel is there a file that I can start to add my code, ex. load libraries? thanks
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How to use Linux kernel driver bind/unbind interface for USB-HID devices?

First background. I am developing a driver for Logitech game-panel devices. It's a keyboard with a screen on it. The driver is working nicely but by default the device is handled by HID. In order to ...
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Dump Page table layout (KERNEL CONFIG)

While configuring kernel for debugging found this option: CONFIG_X86_PTDUMP: Export kernel pagetable layout to userspace via debugfs Does this mean RAM page-table layouts ? any guides on how ...
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Kernel Hacking Environment

I have been working in embedded OS like uCOS, ThreadX. While I have coded apps in Linux, now I’m planning to start learning Linux Kernel. I have few questions regarding the environment. Which is best ...
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What Linux distribution(s) contribute the most development to the GNOME project?

If I plan to contribute to the GNOME project, am I advised to use THAT distribution as my primary development platform or does my choice remain a simple matter of taste? EDIT: I'm a Linux user and my ...
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What do I need to be aware of if I want to write an application that will run on any Linux distro?

I'm planning on writing an app that I would like to be able to run on any Linux installation without having to rewrite any of the code in doing so (except maybe the interface, GNOME vs KDE, etc). I'm ...
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Processor use and core use

I want to play around with threading and parallelism. I know my processor has multiple cores, but do not know how to see what is happening on each of them. What is the right way to access this ...
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Patching Linux kernel on-line (i.e. without rebooting)

Sorry - I don't remember the exact name. I know there is mechanism to patch the kernel at runtime by loading modules without need of the reboot as long as the structures involved are not affected. It ...