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To successfully write a shell script, you have to do three things: Write a script Give the shell permission to execute it Put it somewhere the shell can find it Writing a script A shell script is a file that contains ASCII text. To create a shell script, you use a text editor .
We can be happily working away on our computer and we spent hours putting the final touches on the caricature of our political leader. When we try to save it we get an unable to save error. Puzzled we do a bit of investigating and find that our partition is full. After deleting a few temporary files and managing to save our masterpiece we decide that, as we haven't used windows for a long time and it is a much bigger partition, we will delete windows and move our now precious linux to the bigger partition. Then we scratch our head, sit back and think "How do I do that?".
The first public beta of Google Desktop for Linux is now available for download. Released yesterday, this early beta only supports a limited subset of Google Desktop functionality. Google's previous efforts to port desktop applications to Linux have been hit or miss . The current Google Desktop for Linux beta only offers search and versioning functionality and doesn't support other features like the Google sidebar or widgets, but the work done so far is very good. Unlike Picasa, which used Wine, the Google Desktop port is entirely native.
A lot of us who use Linux at work/school or have always grown up using unix commands for years and more often than not, there might have been instances where a ls command comes more naturally than the dir command at the command prompt in Windows. For the most part, a lot of us work around this drawback using the excellent tool: Cygwin. Cygwin is available for windows users here .The Cygwin tools are ports of the popular GNU development tools for Microsoft Windows.
Lynux rounds out their product line with a new version of BlueCat and an RT hybrid based on FSMLabs' RTLinux. BlueCat Linux 4.0 is the latest version of LynuxWorks' open-source, real-time distribution for embedded development. BlueCat 4.0 provides support for multiple microprocessors, including the XScale microarchitecture, the IXP1200 Network processor and the Embedded Intel architecture, with IA32, x86 and ARM support planned for Q1 2002. Using the 2.4 kernel and toolchain, version 4.0 also features unique gdb extensions for kernel debugging; GUIs to trace debug and tune kernels and applications; quick configuration of kernel functions and size; open frameworks for managing power usage, with utilities for controlling boot, Flash programs, and disk and display functions; and easily loaded and tested application components such as boot routines and demo programs.