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I cannot tell you which is the best; I believe you cannot directly port "objective C" code from a Mac to linux, though it's entirely possible your code may be compatible in Mac OS X or Ubuntu. One way to get a list of compilers already installed on an Ubuntu system is to open a terminal, and at the $ prompt, type: $ apropos compiler On my system I see ...


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I'm afraid there's no general way to "log" init's reaction. First, there's the fact that kill won't deliver any signals to init that init isn't handling (from man 2 kill): NOTES The only signals that can be sent to process ID 1, the init process, are those for which init has explicitly installed signal handlers. This is done to ...


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Got Answer. Sinse I was storing Response in String and sub command contains 00 which is nothing but null that is why it terminates. To overcome this problem I am reading from Buffer upto RxBytes which is nothing but, no. of bytes received from buffer.


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14.04 You need to install the following -dev package: sudo apt-get install libjson-c-dev Update (12.04) Since libjson-c-dev is only available for 14.04, you have to install the corresponding debian packages by hand (which is not recommended). Download the following deb packages: libjson-c-dev_0.11-3ubuntu1.2_amd64.deb ...


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After more googling, I realized that what I had to do was to install the packages that contained the libraries I was interested in. It wasn't long before I stumbled across this website. There you will find the packages of many many libraries. And you can install from any package you want!


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The things you have listed are header files - which do not have a one-to-one correspondence with Ubuntu (Debian) packages. In particular, sys/ioctl.h and sys/unistd.h should both be provided by the libc6-dev package and ncursesw/ncurses.h by the libncursesw5-dev package i.e. sudo apt-get install libc6-dev libncursesw5-dev If you haven't already ...



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