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On my machine, where I've probably screwed around too much with 32 and 64 bit architecture files, I resolved this issue by installing g++-multilib.


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I will not enter in the c (which seems really C++) part --- you just have to send the correct command to gnuplot. Changing the output format is called changing terminal in gnuplot. For example, to generate a PNG file, in gnuplot: [...instruction to make youtr graph...] set term pngcairo set output "filename.png" replot set output ...will generate the ...


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As far as I know Bluetooth emulates RS232 serial ports. You cannot connect three devices to one RS232 like serial port. These serial ports implement a point to point connection, not a point to multipoint architecture. If you want to connect two programs running locally through a serial port than you must have two serial ports on your computer and you have ...


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(does this really belong here)? Example: using the math library. Create this file with your preferred editor: #include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> //this declare the math library int main() { printf("%f\n", sin(1.0)); // using math and stdio library return 0; } Then you compile: gcc -o test test.c -lm -lc Read: ...


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Follow the simple steps: Open up any text-editor you want to write your program in. Write a simple program, or any program in C, you want. Now if you want to add any library in you program, it has the same procedure as it is in an IDE. For example I want to add a library in program named as system library, then I would write: #include<sys/types.h> ...


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In this case, it looks like all you need to do is grant read permissions to the files, since right now only user dkumar has read permission. If you have sudo permissions, you can do: sudo chmod +r /usr/local/lib/taucs_full/src/*


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You must install liblo-dev: sudo apt-get install liblo-dev


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Some of the EXT4_IOC_ definitions appear to be exposed via /usr/include/ext2fs/ext2_fs.h, which is supplied by the package e2fslibs-dev. To obtain the actual ext4.h header AFAIK you will need to download the kernel source package, rather than just the kernel headers: either by enabling source repositories and then executing something like apt-get source ...



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