Deploying Java component on Linux
I have created a few java components (jar ) on my Windows dev box and now want to run this on a Linux box for which I need MCR installed on the linux box. Where do I get the Linux MCR from? We at present run Matlab only on windows.
...state of processor at the time of debugging
What is the state of processor at the time of debugging a code through
a debugger like gdb?
Is it that the debugger is in total control of processor? How does the
debugger control the speed/instructn executn rate of the processor?
What is the status of processor at the time of break-point?
...Multiple JFrame focus
I created a Java application that has a Progress window while it is
loading. Using multithreading I have managed to create one and it
works fine. What i want is for the main window to focus on the
progress window all the time. In other words I do not want you to be
able to see the main window by-itself whent he progress window is
open. I am using JFrame for both of the windows.
How can I do this?
Thanks in advance
> I created a Java application that has a Progress window while it is
> loading. Using multithreading I have managed to create one and ...CLOSE_WAIT state on sockets during high volume
I have a client/server application running and communicating using IP
sockets. During high volume traffic many of the client sockets are
stuck in a CLOSE_WAIT state (as determined by lsof). Eventually I
reach my max open file limit and this causes all sorts of other
problems forcing me to restart the application. Googling this problem
revealed that it could be caused if the client is not closing the
connection after it receives a FIN from the server. However, this does
not make sense to me since every connection takes the same path through
the code and the problem only surfaces when t...SnODBC problems persist on Linux ! Please help
I dont seem to have any problems on windows.
On Linux I tried many different version of tclkit (starkit) and from
the shell commnad I get the error:
% Symbol lookup failed for function: SQLGetDiagRec
and when I run it within my website I get the error:
Package Ffidl not found
Can someone please shed some light on this ? Has anyone tried snodbc
in linux ?
...[tao-users] TAO-IDL Compiler: 'component' keyword?
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
From this IDL-compiler error:
/tao_idl: "Component.idl", line 20: spelling differs from IDL keyword
only in case: "Component"
Apparently the TAO-IDL compi...Implementing State Space Equations in C language
I have found out the mathematical model of a system in terms of 5th order state
space equations by using system identification toolbox. I want to implement the state space equations in C language but i have no idea of doing this.
Does anyone have done this before? Please share the code or a useful link.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I've been working on a generic persistence model for several years now.
Checkout http://www.cutthecrap.biz for more information, but in brief:
GPO (Generic Persistent Object) is a pure java-based persistent object
model that provides a simple persistent mechanism to navigate general
object associations : 1-many and many-many.
Please checkout the main site and post any thoughts.
> I've been working on a generic persistence model for several years now.
> Checkout http://www.cutthecrap.biz for more information, but in brief:...persistent break
I get the following error on SGI Indy:
Warning: persistent break condition on serial port 0.
[Press any key to continue.]
What could it mean?
In article <gMBwh.47401$Nb2.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Zak. <email@example.com> wrote:
>I get the following error on SGI Indy:
>Warning: persistent break condition on serial port 0.
>What could it mean?
A break is a "space", logic 0, positive voltage, held steady on the
serial port input line for at least 125 ms. A persistant break would
be if the line does not return to the resting ...Vista upgrade to boost PC component costs by 20%
>According to iSuppli, an average desktop PC running Windows XP contains
>components that collectively cost PC OEMs slightly more than US$500. For
>an average PC running Vista, the cost will jump to slightly more than
>US$600, a 20% increase. Because this figure represents the cost of the
>components and not the actual price of the PC, users will pay
>significantly more than US$600 to buy a Vista-ready machine due to the PC
>makers' added margins.
>Although Microsoft has stated that 512MB of DRAM will be suffic...Security firm falls prey to breach / Attack considered 'persistent threat'
Security firm falls prey to breach
Attack considered 'persistent threat'
By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / March 19, 2011
RSA, a Bedford security systems maker whose products guard vital
computer networks worldwide, was scrambling yesterday to recover from
a security breach that could expose its customers to hacker attacks.
The attack, revealed on Thursday, compromised products RSA sells
under the SecurID brand name. RSA, a division of data storage giant
EMC Corp. of Hopkinton, called the attack an ''advanced persistent
threat,'' industry jargon for a ...Chart Component
I am looking for a chart component comparable to
...Which persistence is for me?
I need to organize the results of some experiments. Seems some sort of
database is in order.
I just took a look at DBAPI and the new sqlite interface in python2.5. I
have no experience with sql. I am repulsed by e.g.:
c.execute("""insert into stocks
ewww. How unpythonic. I don't want to use a string to specify what
function to execute. I want to call a function (c.insert?).
Is there some other interface/database that I might like better?
On 1 Nov, 11:47, Neal Becker &...Re: installing SAS
Try to stop everything which might be running. Detatch the computer from the
network and stop all anti-virus, anti-spam, anti-anything software and
firewalls. Start the task manager to control, what might be running still.
Perhaps have a look on all the autoexec, autorun in registry, ... - stuff,
deactivate them and restart the system.
How ist it now, when you install on your fresh-booted windows?
Can you deinstall the MS runtime-components? If you have the chance, do it
and try to reinstall that tool from scratch.
Hope you are successful!
On Fri, 22 Dec 2006 04:30:34 -...assignment of coarray objects with allocatable components
So I was reading the g95 site the other day and found this paragraph:
"... sent in an illegal coarray code he had a derived type that he was
assigning across images. On a regular code, this causes allocations to
be copied. On a coarray code, this would have been hideous to
implement. Fixed. It turns out to be legal to pass around derived
types that contain pointers, but the pointers are considered to be
undefined on different images."
This got me thinking, why not? Allocatable coarray subcomponents are
allowed. I understand that image A cannot allocate anythi...State of Nuitka
I thought this might be of interest
My fellow Pythonistas, ask not what our language can do for you, ask
what you can do for our language.
This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active.
me show you the example :
So 'Toggle Tools' Shows or hides the text above the nav and when you
browse away from the page by using the 'other' link it is supposed to
remember its state. It works fine in Firefox and Safari for the Mac
and Firefox on the PC, but it does not remember its state in IE 6, and
I am not sure about IE7.
I am all out of ideas.
On Feb 14, 9:50 pm, "anathema" <spamfreeunive...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am having a problem ...Persistent map implementation in Scheme?
Anyone have an efficient persistent map implementation written in
Such as, for example, an implementation of the persistent version of
the red-black tree algorithm?
By "map" I mean an associative array or a dictionary, commonly
implemented by a hash table (though in my application I could use a
tree with comparable keys instead): a data structure that maps keys to
A "persistent" data structure preserves the previous version of itself
when modified. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persistent_data_structure]
Naturally, purely functional data structures are au...TIP #197: Text Widget Persistant Cursor
TIP #197: TEXT WIDGET PERSISTANT CURSOR
Version: $Revision: 1.1 $
Author: R. Timothy Edwards <tim_at_stravinsky.jhuapl.edu>
Created: Wednesday, 12 May 2004
This TIP proposes a simple extension to the Tk text widget to allow the
in...Custom JFrame Header
Is there any way one can customize the header ( the one which holds the
title of the frame along with Minimize,Maximize and Close buttons).
Customization could mean changing the color and changing the image-icon
that comes, for example in case of Java Applications, the image-icon
that comes is that of a cup.
> Hi again,
> Is there any way one can customize the header ( the one which holds the
> title of the frame along with Minimize,Maximize and Close buttons).
> Customization could mean changing the color and changing...state space #10
how can i design a pid controller in state space method. Is the state space can be done only in matlab. how can i use it in plc.
pls give me the reply at the earliest
On Aug 13, 10:10=A0am, "Anjana " <anjanagnair...@gmail.com> wrote:
> how can i design a pid controller in state space method.
buy text book
>Is the state space can be done only in matlab.
>how can i use it in plc.
what is plc
> =A0 pls give me the reply at the earliest
see the above for the reply
...Data on Ohio State Workers Stolen
By STEPHEN MAJORS, Associated Press Writer
A data storage device with the Social Security numbers and other
personal information on all 64,000 Ohio state employees was stolen
from a state intern's car last weekend, Gov. Ted Strickland said
"I don't mean to alarm people unnecessarily," Strickland
said. "There's no reason to believe a breach of information has
He said it takes special equipment to access the information on the
device, so he doesn't believe the workers' privacy is in jeopardy.
Strickland said an Office o...State of interrupt flag when IntConnected routine is called?
When a hardware interrupt occurs, and VxWorks calls my intConnected
routine, are the interrupts at the processor level still disabled, or
are they enabled?
Ignacio G.T. escribi�:
> VxWorks 5.4.2
> Tornado 2.0.2
> Pentium target
> When a hardware interrupt occurs, and VxWorks calls my intConnected
> routine, are the interrupts at the processor level still disabled, or
> are they enabled?
They are enabled.
From VxWorks User's Guide, 5.4, D.4 (Architecture considerations for ix86):
Interrupts and Exceptions...Java Swings: Adding JButton to JFrame
I have a problem in the following code.....I was unit testing the code
from main(). I have the FaMain base class for creating the window with
certain features. So I need all my child windows to inherit FaMain
class. Similarly, I need FaButton as base class instead of JButton.
But even after creating two buttons but1 & but2 only the second button
but2 is getting appeared......Please help me.......
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* <p>Description: </p>
* <p>Copyright: Copyright (c) 2006<...arithmetic persistence
A Sunday topic...
I bought not long ago a deck of cards with mathematical puzzles
(question on the face, answer on the back) by Martin Gardner.
One puzzle dealt with the issue of /persistence/ in the mathematical
Take an integer (decimal representation).
Take the product of the digits its representation is made of.
This gets you a new, smaller, number.
Recurse until the representation takes a single digit.
The persistence is the number of steps it took.
Unclear? Sorry I gave the deck to a friend.
But 0 is the first number of persistence 0.
10 is the first of p(1).
25 is t...