A client has moved a back-end data file to a Linux machine instead of
Windows. It now will only let one user log in at a time and gives some
sort of "admin file not found" error.
My first thought was permissions to create the LDB file but they swear
this is correct.
(read/write access for MDB & MDW files, read/write/create access in
Looks like linux doesnt implement pthread_suspend and continue, but I really need em.
I have tried cond_wait, but it is too slow. The work being threaded mostly executes in 50us but occasionally executes upwards of 500ms. The problem with cond_wait is two-fold. The mutex locking is taking comparable times to the micro second executions and I d
When converting a double to an int, the result is not as
I''d expect on Linux:
main(int argc, char **argv)
double val = 0.24;
int multiplier = 2000;
int result = static_cast<int> (val * multiplier);
printf("result = %d (should be 480)\n", result);
The above code prints 480 on S
In Windows, for very demanding applications, a programmer may use HeapCreate, HeapAlloc in order to better manage and control the allocation of memory- speed it up (aka private allocators). What is the equivalent in Linux c programming?
Solution If you want to use your own private allocator, then use mmap() to map an amount of memory into your
I ran ./configure
I had a couple errors that documentation couldn't be built because there was no java compiler. I didn't think that was related so I went ahead with make:
What is Error 4?
make: Entering directory `/root/download/otp_src_20.0/erts/emulator'
gcc (GCC) 4.8.1
My host machine is Fedora 19 and I want to create a tool-chain for compiling programs to run on android, later I want to extend this for iOS.
I get the following error:
Check for working C compiler: /opt/ndk/toolchains/arm-linux-androideabi-4.8/prebuilt/linux-x86_64/bin/arm-linux-androideabi-gcc -- broke
i have downloaded the latest android ndk r8b on my ubuntu 12.10 beta 2 .
i have included the ndk directory in the PATH variable (when i write ndk-b in terminal and hit tab it auto-completes it) .
but when i try :
i get this error:
Travis CI uses RVM to provide Ruby, but it doen't seem to contain the headers:
$ find /home/vagrant/.rvm/rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p194/lib/ruby/1.9.1/i686-linux
I'm trying to understand what happens during the load_balance function.
I'm checking version 3.14 but I also took a look at version 4.3 since I was told that the mechanism was changed and a bit more clear in this version.
in v3.14 the call is from move_tasks
in v4.3 the call is from detach_tasks
from what I see it is the same function but only