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How to to use gcc with LAPACK and external header file?

I am trying to run a C program that uses an external header file with LAPACK AND LBLAS libraries, every time when i try to run the program i get an error lapack not found, How do i properly use the ...
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Error: ‘strlen’ was not declared in this scope

I am trying to compile several third-party software from source code (i.e. zchaff, argosat) and get errors such as: Error: ‘strlen’ was not declared in this scope Error: ‘strcmp’ was not declared in ...
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Including external Header files in programs [closed]

Being using Windows for most of the time and deciding to start programing in ubuntu,I would like to know how I can include the external header file in my programs.Do I download them manually and paste ...
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Where is my glut?

I try to compile c program : #include<GL/glut.h> #include<GL/glew.h> #include<GL/gl.h> #include<GL/glu.h> void main(int argc, char **argv) { glutInit(&argc, argv); ...
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How can I calculate the traffic on an ethernet port?

I want a C program which runs on any C compiler (like codeblock, eclipse, etc.). Its output should be the traffic on an ethernet port. Does such a program exist?
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Mpi file not recognized?

I am trying to compile some mpi files on Ubuntu I installed the library using this code sudo apt-get install libcr-dev mpich2 mpich2-doc and tried to compile this simple hello world program /* C ...
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My ubuntu can't kill the process which occupy too much memory?

When I tested it, my computer tried it best to provide the most memory to my program.. And my computer crashed.. But I remembered that ubuntu will kill this process if it needs too much memory ...
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How to view the list of c library functions?

I'm a newbie in Linux programming. I found that the way to view the list of system calls in Linux via command-line is: man syscalls But now I want to view the list of c library functions, how can I ...
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How to build GUI application in C language using GTK+?

I have written code in C language using GTK. This code gives a window with 2 buttons, but I do not know how to make the standalone GUI application from this code. Please explain to me step by step ...
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How to know if socket server is working

I am creating a socket server using c, but the client will be an arduino board so i would like to know if there is a way to be testing my code without the client since the arduino is yet to arrive.
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Clang Error “stddef.h file not found”?

After upgrading to Saucy, Clang now gives me the error message: clang -Wall -Werror -std=c99 -ggdb -O0 5.1.c -o 5.1 In file included from 5.1.c:1: /usr/include/stdio.h:33:11: fatal error: 'stddef.h' ...
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How to build and run Concorde and Traveling Salesman Problem? [closed]

I need to use a library that is called Concorde to solve a well known problem called Traveling Salesman Problem. This library is available here I've downloaded and compiled it resulting in two main ...
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Header files in Anjuta [closed]

What is used instead of header in anjuta for a simple C program to give an output? I am new to programming and only used turbo c previously. Thanks in advance.
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how to play audio file using c++ in linux

I am coding this c++ program .I want to play audio clip, format dosen't matter , its just I wrote hello word the most basic program of any language but the thing is instead of showing hello world on ...
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Why does my computer show multiple terminals open Ubuntu 13.10

I am running a c program that records the number of terminals open and then lists them but when I run it I am shown multiple terminal windows open when only the one is, why?
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C compiling issue : fatal error: conio.h: No such file or directory [duplicate]

When I compile a c program it show : gcc gr.c gr.c:1:18: fatal error: conio.h: No such file or directory compilation terminated.
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How to control mouse cursor using c?

As in windows there is a function setCursorPos in windows.h for controlling cursor position. What is the way to do this in ubuntu?
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Why Ubuntu uses eglibc instead of glibc?

I checked for the libc version on my Ubuntu 64bit 12.10 machine by issuing the command ldd --version. I saw that Ubuntu uses eglibc instead of glibc. As egiblc is for embedded machines, Is there a ...
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why do i get fwrite error while saving the data to a binary file?

have written a c program where packets are received from the network and saves it in a binary file called 'sniff_data.bin'. But during the compilation i am getting error as 'too few arguments to ...
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how to open a program generated binary file?

i have implemented a c program where raw packets are received from the network and saved in a binary file. Thing is i cant open that binary file. i tried opening it using terminal,but i am getting ...
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C printf not working on ubuntu 13.10 terminal

I'm new in ubuntu so please bear with me. I need to create a C based program for a course in my university. I was using openSUSE as the OS and konsole as the terminal emulator when I was in the ...
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Blinking cursor when i try to install Ubuntu 13.10 from USB

Today i tried to install Ubuntu 13.10 from USB and when i restart and boot into USB a blinking cursor screen appears. I use the same USB to install windows 8 on my laptop and it works fine. I tried ...
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Why doesn't my C program print the correct string? [closed]

I am writing a simple C program which reverses a string, taking the string from argv[1]. Here is the code: #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> char* ...
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Changes to .o files after compiling

I have built a custom kernel and I am able to do my system call,but now I want to change the logic in the .o file reference in the Makefile obj-y += sys_calls_test.o the sys_calls_test.o has ...
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Code returns nothing

The following program was made according to the book 'Head First C'. It is supposed to be able to find and return music tracks containing a search-word, but it returns nothing. Oh, and I tried to make ...
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Eclipse(CDT) - cant find source at

I am an eclipse(CDT) and Ubuntu(13.04) user. I am working on a c project in Eclipse in Ubuntu. I ran my C project in my eclipse in Ubuntu. I faced no compilation errors, but I am not receiving the ...
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How to compile a program from launchpad

I tried looking through the documentation but I couldn't figure it out. make and ./configure don't work so I thought I would ask here. I'm trying to install this ( ...
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C, fork() process management [closed]

How to make grandchild1 internal function, and grandchild2 call external terminal command main() { if (fork()==0) //child { if (fork()==0) //grandchild1 { } ...
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Default IDE for C programming? [duplicate]

I am very much new to the Ubuntu OS. I write C programs for school and I usually do it on a Mac and use their default IDE xcode. I am just wondering if there is an IDE that comes with Ubunut 13.04? ...
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Customizing Linux kernel

I want to dive into creating custom linux kernels. I recently started using Ubuntu and I am impressed with the fact that I can customize the kernel to my own likings. I have been developing apps for ...
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Is it possible to define a macro variable through make?

Below is my c code: #include main() { #ifdef HELLO printf(" hello "); #else printf(" else "); #endif } And my Makefiles is: all: gcc uss_main.c -o out ...
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Any message concurrency framework for c language in ubuntu

are there any message concurrency framework for c language? like https://code.google.com/p/retlang/
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Can Ubuntu provide an IDE for C, C++ programming? [duplicate]

I am a beginner in the field of programming. I have tried to learn C and C++ on a Windows 7 computer using the Turbo C++ compiler, but faced frequent failures and finally my laptop's motherboard ...
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How can I execute c programs in ubuntu 13.04

I upgraded my ubuntu to 13.04 version. After this upgrade I am not able to execute c programs in terminal. When I try to execute, it shows an error as shown below bash: ./cd: Permission denied ...
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Installing Nvidia proprietary drivers breaks OpenGL compilation

When I install the Nvidia proprietary driver in Ubuntu 13.04 I can longer compile any OpenGL code written in c. I think the Nvidia drivers breaks or replaces the symlinks in the /usr/lib/ directory ...
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Get display as byte from the ubuntu 12.04

I have ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Which file do i need to access to get the screen display in terms of bytes so that I can manipulate and store it as a video file. I want to access it via C and possibly ...
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Help with running C programs in Ubuntu

I've been teaching myself to write programs in C, using Geany as my IDE. All of my programs get compiled and linked correctly, and they seem to work fine when I test run them inside of the IDE, ...
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I get compiling error using ROHC and libpcap library [closed]

I am using Ubuntu 12.10 32-bit.In my project I am using ROHC and libpcap library. when I run simple pcap program like- #include <stdio.h> #include <pcap.h> int main(int argc, char ...
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Firefox won't work. Locale not supported by C library

I just got a server running with ubuntu on it for the first time, I connect with ssh. I am a mac user, learning ubuntu. The idea is to automate some tasks on the server. One of these tasks involves ...
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Subtracting two strings in C [closed]

Well , I was actually looking at strcmp() , was confused about its working . Anyways I wrote this code #include<stdio.h> main() { char a[5]="ggod"; char ...
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Is it possible to develop an app for Ubuntu with C (not C++)?

I just want to know if i can write GUI apps for Ubuntu using C--again, not C++. It's just that I hate having to learn a new language entirely (I know that they are similar in some ways but still). ...
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Make file for creating shared library with multiple sources

I am having the makefile which will create a shared library for limited number of sources, FLAGS := -fPIC -O3 -g -Wall -Werror CC := gcc MAJOR := 0 MINOR := 1 NAME := foo VERSION := $(MAJOR).$(MINOR) ...
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How to find properties and its values of sub-window of a window using xprop

A window can have many sub-windows with in it's area and some not visible. Now using xprop when i click where on a window i get the same output. But a window can have many windows in it(I mean ...
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Any IDE's in Ubuntu for Windows Development with C Sharp?

I'm wondering if you folks could steer me toward some Window's Dev IDE tools for ASP.Net and or C Sharp? Is there a good site for finding IDE's for Ubuntu? I've not totally installed yet, just looked ...
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Install c client couchbase library on ubuntu 13.04

I'm trying to install couchbase on ubuntu 13.04. So far ok, but when i try to install the C Client Library I can't find any. Can anyone help me out on how to install the client library on ubuntu ...
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Is there any library similar to <conio.h>?

I used the IDE DEV C++ to compile C programs on Windows and I used the libraries and , but now I use Ubuntu and downloaded the Codeblocks, but it does not have these libraries. I just wanted to use ...
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Installing C compiler, JDK etc. in Ubuntu [closed]

I am a new to Ubuntu. I have used Windows before, but I am not able to install new software in Ubuntu from the offline setup files, so I don't know how to install software in Ubuntu. Please tell me ...
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File formats with gcc

I wrote some c code in a file and saved it with gedit. I then opened the terminal and tried compiling it with gcc but it gives me an error that it does not recognize the format of my c file. What ...
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Unable to install CBLAS on Ubuntu (x-post from StackOverflow)

I am trying to install CBLAS on Ubuntu, and am, as far as I can see, following the instructions in the README file that came in the folder. When I do a 'make all', I get the following errors that I ...
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Is Ubuntu suitable for an embedded system? [closed]

I am a beginner. I've heard a lot about Ubuntu, so I want to know if it's the perfect OS for me. I will be using it to learn embedded Linux and programming microcontrollers in C. Can I go with Ubuntu? ...