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Freescale MC9S08QG8 microcontroller project helpview story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – This semester I had my first microcontrollers class and cant seem to get enough of it. For the classes final project my professor gave each student the choice between 4 different projects. I decided that I wanted to go through and do them all for practice. The program that I am working on takes a string of ASCII characters and sends them over the SCI and converts it to morse code. (Embedded)

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[SOLVED] python convert output to a listview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – hello all, i've been struggling with this issue and im really new to python. i have a linux command that will display output as below tda tdb tdc tdd i want to convert above output as a list, such as ('tda', 'tdb', 'tdc', 'tdd') can that be done in python?? right now, if i try to print list(output), i get as this ['t','d','a','\n','t','d','t','\n',) someone please help!!!! (HowTos)

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Facing issue with Aspell. (Conversion of .rws file to .txt file)view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello, Below are the steps which I had followed while Creating .rws file in Redhat linux. (HowTos)

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unable to download kernelview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am working on fedora 20 and having kernel 3.11.10-301.fc20.x86_64 I want to download source code of this kernel version and to download it I am using command below yum install kernel-devel kernel-tools kernel-headers and I am getting error on terminal given below I am unable to sought out this problem where I am getting wrong. (HowTos)

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linux script to run commands within a commandview story

http://stackoverflow.com – First of all I am very weak in scripting, so please bear with this algorithm only for explanation of my issue: Phase 1: Get all information from Server-1, and save it in a text file. Phase 2: Copy the text file to Server-2 and rerun the script to create similar information that was present in Server-1 Phase 1: file1.txt: row1 row2 row3 row4 If I run command1 on row1 of (HowTos)

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install Ubuntu on virtualbox which is in the linux serverview story

http://stackoverflow.com – the problem I met is somewhat complicated. Need ur help! my laptop is win7 OS where I have putty to access to the company's linux server. I have installed the virtualbox on the linux server. after that I need to install the iso file of ubuntu on the virtualbox, at this time, problem happened. (HowTos)

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Unable to write to STDIN of C application using pipes created in PHPview story

http://stackoverflow.com – This is a server client web socket program, when client send "exe" command the server executes a C application. The output of the c application is read from STDOUT by server and displayed on the client browser. Now there is a C application that requires a user input(scanf), we saved the input in a txt file. We read the input and write it to the stdin of the c program. (HowTos)

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How to check the process scheduling policy other than `ps` outputview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am using an busybox version of linux and want to check the process scheduling policy. The PS output only displays PID USER VSZ STAT COMMAND irrespective of any option given with PS command. Is there any other way to check the process scheduling policy? Thanks in advance!! (HowTos)

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'auto' updates and frozen screen? F20view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Possible (not proven) link? With increasing regularity my screen is freezing. Keyboard active, mouse works (pointer visible), but the screen eventually goes to total white out. reset and every time I'm told an update has been performed. I'm starting to associate the two. Question. I have no problem using yum from the command line. (HowTos)

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Strange issue with xml_split in Linuxview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I am using the code xml_split from https://metacpan.org/pod/distribution/XML-Twig/tools/xml_split/xml_split to split a huge XML file. I am facing a strange issue with this. First, I tried the xml_split for splitting a 12 MB XML file to smaller pieces of 2 MB each. I used the following command: ./xml_split -s 2Mb small_file.xml It worked perfectly and created around 6 small XML files. (HowTos)