output window size

output window size

Post by Brian C Hi » Tue, 28 Nov 1995 04:00:00



: I'm running SUNOS 5.4, OpenWindows 3.4, KSH.  I've written a simple script
: to gather data from various data bases on our network,  my problem is
: that when I start the script from File Manager V3.4 the output window
: is sized too small (width ways) for the output.  There is a set header
: in the output that is approx. 80 char wide,  however when the output window
: launches it is approx. 40 char. wide.  Is there a simple fix to stick in the
: script to get the output window to launch at a certain size?  
: Any input would be helpful and appreciated.
:
: Christopher

        What kind of client are you opening? xterm? cmdtool?
Try the "-geometry 80+25+10+10" option

        "place a 80 char by 25 line window such that the upper left-hand
        corner of the client window is 10 pixels down from the upper
        left-hand corner and 10 pixels to the right of that same corner."

        Hope that helps.

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output window size

Post by Lehtinen Ve » Tue, 28 Nov 1995 04:00:00


: I'm running SUNOS 5.4, OpenWindows 3.4, KSH.  I've written a simple script
: to gather data from various data bases on our network,  my problem is
: that when I start the script from File Manager V3.4 the output window
: is sized too small (width ways) for the output.  There is a set header
: in the output that is approx. 80 char wide,  however when the output window
: launches it is approx. 40 char. wide.  Is there a simple fix to stick in the
: script to get the output window to launch at a certain size?  
: Any input would be helpful and appreciated.

Try reading filemgr(1), filetype(5), binder(1).

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output window size

Post by David James Mak » Tue, 05 Dec 1995 04:00:00


This is a very basic question, but can anyone tell me  what is wrong if
unix tells me "end of file unexpected" when I simply have a c script with:

        if condition then
           argument
        endif  

is there a different syntax I should usefor this? thanks, David
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output window size

Post by Ralph Jennin » Wed, 13 Dec 1995 04:00:00



: This is a very basic question, but can anyone tell me  what is wrong if
: unix tells me "end of file unexpected" when I simply have a c script with:

:       if condition then
:          argument
:       endif  

: is there a different syntax I should usefor this? thanks, David

I can't be sure without more info. but I think your problem mqy
  be that you need a ';' (semicolon) before your then (though
  there may be another problem).

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Subject :- meaning of stack size difference for pmap output and pmap -r
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Only difference i found was about size of stack(What is the meaning of
size difference)
 15,16c15,16
< FFBEC000     16K read/write/exec     [ stack ]
<  total     1040K
---

If you the meaning abou the size difference please let me know.

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Actual output is given below.

pmap 3333
3333:   -sh
00010000     88K read/exec         /usr/bin/sh
00034000     16K read/write/exec   /usr/bin/sh
00038000     24K read/write/exec     [ heap ]
FF280000    656K read/exec         /usr/lib/libc.so.1
FF332000     32K read/write/exec   /usr/lib/libc.so.1
FF33A000      8K read/write/exec     [ anon ]
FF350000     16K read/exec         /usr/platform/sun4u/lib/libc_psr.so.1

FF370000     24K read/exec         /usr/lib/libgen.so.1
FF384000     16K read/write/exec   /usr/lib/libgen.so.1
FF390000      8K read/exec         /usr/lib/libdl.so.1
FF3A0000      8K read/write/exec     [ anon ]
FF3B0000    120K read/exec         /usr/lib/ld.so.1
FF3DC000      8K read/write/exec   /usr/lib/ld.so.1
FFBEC000     16K read/write/exec     [ stack ]
 total     1040K

pmap -r 3333
3333:   -sh
00010000     88K read/exec         /usr/bin/sh
00034000     16K read/write/exec   /usr/bin/sh
00038000     24K read/write/exec     [ heap ]
FF280000    656K read/exec         /usr/lib/libc.so.1
FF332000     32K read/write/exec   /usr/lib/libc.so.1
FF33A000      8K read/write/exec     [ anon ]
FF350000     16K read/exec         /usr/platform/sun4u/lib/libc_psr.so.1

FF370000     24K read/exec         /usr/lib/libgen.so.1
FF384000     16K read/write/exec   /usr/lib/libgen.so.1
FF390000      8K read/exec         /usr/lib/libdl.so.1
FF3A0000      8K read/write/exec     [ anon ]
FF3B0000    120K read/exec         /usr/lib/ld.so.1
FF3DC000      8K read/write/exec   /usr/lib/ld.so.1
FF3F0000   8192K read/write/exec     [ stack ]
 total     9216K

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