I Want to write a linux application that running on an ad-hoc network and find all other computer that run this application.
would you please help me what should I do?
Problem: I am developing a graphical front end for a distributed CPU/GPU simulator. As this simulator utilizes MPI, it requires a hostfile detailing the hostnames for all computers being used on the network so that it knows what machines to distribute across.
I have problem while accessing my web application through other pc via LAN. Here is the scenario:
I have 3 computers directly connected to LAN and one computer has installed Apache HTTP Server also has a web application.
2 Other computers try to access wep application to the installed Apache HTTP Server computer and that 2 computers can't access the web application.
I have a streaming content application (HTML5, PHP, mySQL) hosted at a website and running on the Pi's through Chromium.
I have multiple rPi's all burned from the same image running the application from the same network segment. After about 5 minutes, they all begin failing in their connection to the application (basically indicates that their connection was interrupted).
My application is using DPDK Poll Mode Driver from Intel to receive high throughput traffic on 10 G interface.
Since I want to provide all the CPU time on the core to the application, I have used
1) CPUSET to keep off any processes that scheduler may allot to the core that is running my APP.
2) Explicitly taskset to pin the application to the core.
This is the situation:
Working on (the next version of) a Unity quicklist editor, I would like to add a reliable way of "restarting" launcher icons. To do so, I need to remove the icon (editing gsettings) and replace it on the same position. So far no problem.
I am writing an application (in C++ w/ Qt) that has the ability to edit the host's network configuration. The platform I am using uses /etc/network/interfaces and has no other network manager application running.