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Page: Article - Checking whether an application is 32-bit or 64-bit
Table of Contents Overview Squish binary packages are provided for both 32bit and 64bit platforms. (The number of bits is called the word size.) You must pick a Squish package that matches the word size for which your application was compiled. In case of Squish ...
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Page: Article - Using Squish on headless systems
Table of Contents Introduction Unix: Squish can be used on "headless" Unix systems with virtual display software such as Xvfb. Without an X server and without one of the aforementioned solutions the following error may be shown when starting your application ...
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Page: How to feed the entropy pool for random numbers (Unix)
process can hang for a few minutes, when it reads from {{/dev/random}}. Typically this occurs for secure socket connections, and when the kernel cannot get random events from mouse moves or key presses. So, clearly, this can happen ...
Other labels: entropy, pool, random, multiple_test_case, linux, debian, redhat
Page: How to get a backtrace on Unix with the bash or tcsh shell
Table of Contents How to get a Unix backtrace for a crashed application in a shell Step #1 Set your allowed core dump size to an unlimited value (you can check this  with {{ulimit \a}}). In {{bash}}: ulimit c unlimited In {{tcsh ...
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