linux equivalent to windows device manager
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 12, 2012
is there anything in linux that I can use to show what is installed and working correctly in linux? MS has device manager with a nice question mark on a section that is not working but I am at a loss to see if my hardware is installed correctly or even working in linux please help me
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 1, 2010
Long story short, I've gotten into a lot of trouble at work by installing Ubuntu on my work-issued laptop because the head of IT believes Linux is "designed by hackers with the sole purpose of hacking into systems." Basically, I *need* some serious "proof," "evidence," "data," whatever you want to call it to refute his accusations. I'm, basically, fighting for my job.
Looking forward to the help!
"Microsoft Journal Viewer" linux equivalent?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 10, 2005
Hi, do you know of any program for linux that is the equivalent to Microsoft's Journal Viewer? The program that let's you view files created on windows with a tablet.
linux c program for i2c reading from specified location
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 29, 2011
Hi this SrikanthPilli. please excuse about my bad English. I am struggling with reading I2C data from the specified location. i am ble to write data successfully and able to read data from 0 to n locations. but i am not able to read the data from particular location(just like ex:- 0x30 location). i tried different search engines, but i didn't get any answer for that. i need program for that READ/WRITE operations using read() and write() functions only in linux C.
so please help me to get out from this hurdle.
Thanks in advance
Linux Overclocking Program?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 13, 2006
Hi. I'm trying to find a CPU overclocking program for linux, basically a software program that can change the FSB speeds. I want to do this since my BIOS dosnt have the usual settings to change them . I am experienced with OC'ing, so please to warn me, thanks. I am welcome to other suggestions in order to overclock an old slow machine i have. Thanks
Need help finding linux equivalent to windows API functions: SHBrowseForFolder....etc
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 10, 2004
I use the following Windows API functions when developing for Windows:
LPITEMIDLIST SHBrowseForFolder( LPBROWSEINFO lpbi);
This displays a dialog box enabling the user to select a Shell folder.
BOOL GetOpenFileName(LPOPENFILENAME lpofn);
The GetOpenFileName function creates an Open dialog boxthat lets the user specify the drive, directory, and thename of a file or
set of files to open.
BOOL GetSaveFileName( LPOPENFILENAME lpofn);
The GetSaveFileName function creates a Save dialog box that lets the
_user specify the drive, directory, and name of a file to save.
Does anyone know what equivalent functions are available for Linux and what library are they in?
Linux equivalent of Cinema 4D Does one exist?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 4, 2014
Is there a linux equivalent of Cinema 4D? Whenever I look it up it just shows how to run cinema 4D on a linux OS, which is ok, but I'd prefer something native.
linux c program for hardware spi reading from specified location
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 11, 2012
I am using hardware SPI for PRoslic Si3217 and want to read spi data from the specified location.I am unable to read the data from particular location( ex:- 0x00 location). i tried different search engines, but i didn't get any answer for that. i need program for that READ/WRITE operations using ioctl() function only in linux C.
so please help me to get out from this hurdle.
Linux equivalent to DOS' Debug?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 16, 2010
Hi! I dropped by to ask this: what is the Linux equivalent to the 'Debug' command in DOS, so that I can use commands for some kind of registries, r, mov, xchg etc? (I need it for my classroom as I don't want to install Windows in a virtual machine).
I mention I tried gdb but it doesn't seem to work like that. Reading the man page didn't help me much either.
Linux equivalent to DOS "tree" command?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 22, 2005
I'm taking a OS class and we're going over commands from DOS and their equals in Linux but I cannot for the life of me find a command that shows a listing of directories like the "tree" command does in DOS. I remember doing it and I cannot find it. And the ls -R command is not what I'm talking about in case anyone was thinking that.
If anyone could tell me I'd appreciate it, I've been strugling with this forever, the final is over and this is the only question I have left before I'm out of this class and gone untill next quarter LOL.
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