Issue GCC file not foundview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi. I'm new to linux. Just installed Ubuntu and bought my first programming book. I installed Emacs and gcc, then I make the following steps: Open a terminal go to Emacs write basic code (Hello World) Save it as hello Control + C at the terminal I wrote: gcc -o hello hello.c (HowTos)

Shell Scriptingview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I need a utility which will scan in a text file and search and replace strings. I also want to keep track of how many strings I've replaced. The following is an example paragraph and which text to replace. "Bill Gates" with "Mr. Noodles", "Gates" with "Noodles", (HowTos)

puts "Hi!"view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi #! community. Or in my native tongue: HOWDY Y'ALL!For the past year I've been distro-hopping and would certainly consider myself a member of "distro-hoppers anonymous." Decent bandwidth, cheap discs, and unetbootin all make for a lot of trial, error, learning, frustration, and all the other things that go with GNU/Linux. (HowTos)

How a Web Server Worksview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – A Web server is an application that uses the client, server model and the World Wide Web’s ( HTTP ), to serve the files that form web pages to the web users. There are some web servers which are used in the web hosting industry, however, from all of those web servers, commonly used are : 1. Linux (Apache). (HowTos)

Compile a code from a different directoryview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, I do a lot of programming and I have to compile the code quite often. It's not convenient to move to the directory that contains the source code every time I want to compile it. So is there a way to compile a code from the my current directory (say /home example) without moving to the directory that contains the source. (HowTos)

The Difference Between Dual and Quad Core Dedicated Serversview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – Although the internet is still considered a recent addition to modern technology, its rapid growth has created a user base of many millions around the world. (HowTos)

SUSE 10.3 Problems with HP Laser Jet 1200 connected to USB portview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have HP Laserjet 1200 which worked fine on Parallel port in earlier versions of SUSE. It works in windows even now. I install the printer with Yast. It does not print test page though connection is OK. I stopped using a usb hub which I was using earlier. Here is the output of hp-check. I donot know how to remove dependency problems and other errors. (HowTos)

LXer: Make your own Android apps with Google App Creatorview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Build apps for your mobile phone from your browser with Google's creation suite. Google announced the App Inventor beta, a web-based, visual programming suite designed to create custom apps for Android-powered phones. (HowTos)

Google's App Inventor Lowers Bar on Android Mobile App Devview story

http://linuxo.com – Enterprise Mobile Today: "Developing applications for mobile devices is a task that usually involves a reasonable degree of programming knowledge and skills. In an attempt to make it easier to build mobile apps, however, Google is launching its new App Inventor for Android tool. " (General)

Google Makes Everyone an Android Devview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Google on Monday threw open its App Inventor beta program to the public. The tools used in this program let the user create mobile apps for the Android operating system, even if the user has very little programming knowledge. (General)