Linux Make tutorial
location: linux.com - date: October 30, 2010
I am looking for the Linux make command tutorial ( a video tutorial will be great, i search here in video tutorial but when type make in the search box gives something else where make word is type ) i have recently learn some basic programming of c language and using GCC for it.
Now i want to use the make tool for compiling and executing many files together. I have Google around and found the make file tutorials but too be honest i didn't understand from those :( and got confused.
It will be nice if someone of you know a good tutorial for a beginner to use Linux make files tool ( video one will be good ) so it can help in getting familiar with it.
Thank you :)
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location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 30, 2012
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a Linux 101 question
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 11, 2009
I see some executable files in my /usr/bin/ directory that are
highlighted in red. What does it mean?
[SOLVED] Linux 101 Redirect Operator
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 31, 2008
I have made occasional use of the redirect operator (>) to send "standard output" screen text resulting from a command in the CLI to a file.
I find that there instances when where the designated file is empty when all is said and done. I was hopeful that I could capture error messages.
Is there a straightforward way to predict what text types will be captured and those that will not?
Thanks for any hints.
Linux 101 tutorials
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 14, 2004
Is there a site
a video or dvd
that goes the through basics of Linux for a novice user?
Slackware Linux 101
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 22, 2003
Just stumbled on this page by IBM developerworks that describes the boot process, runlevels, and startup scripts step by step for Slackware. Pretty cool:
There looks to be some good related links here as well in case anyone's interested
Linux 101 what to teach?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 3, 2008
I am teaching a course in Linux to folks who have little or no experience in Unix/linux. If you are experienced, what do you think would be most helpful? If you are a Newbe, what would help you most?
I would like to keep the course 'distribution generic' but I am using Ubuntu and Knoppix CDs as training aids. Also, there is a follow-on course for Linux from a server point of view.
looking for a "compiling on linux 101"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 25, 2005
here's a simple one!
can someone point me in the right direction to find out about compiling, how to do it, and all that stuff? i don't know a thing about it, but i want to learn.
a link to some documentation, or a step-by-step, or a walkthrough, or a something-er-other for someone who doesn't even know what compiling is would be fantastic.
Linux: FC3, updated as of Feb 26th 2005.
program i want to compile: Hydrogen Drum Machine.
linux 101 need help understanding a question about root
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 12, 2008
i tried to make some sense of this tonight and cant.
what i did is look at a media player on my desktop.
i dont think i have messed with it since installing
it is a root permission application.
however some applications can be run as a user
with less permissions in the group user.
is it ok to do both. run some as a regular user
and some as a user with less rights?
is there a general rule to go by?
i know that i am absolutely not suppose to log in
the desktop as root (everyone knows that though).
i know the rights like on a web host for changing
file and folder permissions and doing stuff like chmod. it is just this part of the picture that i dont get.
thanks for any pointers,
Linux 101 Renaming Multiple Files ?????
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 8, 2006
Ok, outside of partitioning drives and installing unlimited versions of linux and doing everything from low level formats to setting up dvd players to work with linux... still... and i mean still... i don't know how to do a simple wildcard command similiar to the following:
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