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You can do something like this. Assume Alice is the server. See types: awk -W interactive '$0="Alice: "$0' | nc -l -p 1234 -s <ip_of_alice> Then Bob connects to that server. He types: awk -W interactive '$0="Bob: "$0' | nc <ip_of_alice> 1234 The awk lines just adds the prepending name of the person to the "chat". We need -W interactive to ...


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To make sure the plugins are installed: sudo apt-get install geany-plugins And to run it with root acess (won't work properly without it): sudo geany Then punch in your password. Hope this works for you.


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With jessie-based image it works.


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Yes, you can use Qt widgets on Ubuntu touch. Tested on bq 4.5 phone.


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Probably the easiest way to start over is to remove or - less irrevocably - rename your personal geany configuration directory, either from the nautilus file manager (you will need to enable hidden files from the View menu, or by hitting Ctrl+H), or from the command line using mv ~/.config/geany{/,.old} A new default version of the directory and its ...


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Ubuntu definitely has support for Qt, considering that it's built almost entirely using it. QML is the C++ tool that developers use to make the application development easier. Ubuntu touch has OpenGL support, as you can see here.


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Errors like these: ./thermal_IF.o: In function __static_initialization_and_destruction_0(int, int)': thermal_IF.cpp:(.text+0x3d): undefined reference to sc_core::sc_api_version_2_2_0::sc_api_version_2_2_0() usually indicate that the library you're linking against does not provide the API that the application expects. You said you have systemc2.3.1, ...


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No coding necessary. Save whatever the logo you like to a txt file somewhere in your home folder. Open with text editor a config file for your shell. In my case for mksh shell that would be .mkshrc , for bash - .bashrc Add command cat myawesomestuff.txt at the end of the file. Relaunch shell or run source .bashrc (in my case source .mkshrc) Bellow is ...


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I was able to retrieve all the settings by running an strace on the process id. The following command helped: :~/dos$ sudo strace -p <pid> -t -v -o dump.txt pid- process ID of my process t - adds a timestamp to the system call trace v - expands the termios structure which basically contains the serial port settings, without this flag ...



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