I can't seem to pass an IP address to inet_addr. I have gone through the debug but I still can't figure out why this won't work. printf("Server IP\nIP:"); scanf("%s",cmdPtr); //Bind socket ...
I am programming C using Kate editor in Ubuntu 11.10. It works great, but when I change tabs in Kate, the terminal line changes to the file path of the tab I click on. Normally this is not a big deal ...
I keep seeing parentheses and a number after a command in Unix or Linux or C function. For example: man(8), ftok(2), mount(8), etc. What do these mean? I see them in man too.