Experience with GridMMA Greetings,
Does anyone on MathGroup have experience using GridMathematica. I'm
curious to get some opinions on how the software performs and it's
relative ease of use.
Highwater marking experience VAX VMS 7.2 on a volume without highwater marking.
$COPY SYS$SYSTEM:NETSERVER.EXE temp.exe
$set file temp.exe/attr=(lrl=80)
$edit temp.exe (tpu, decwindows)
both files (netserver.exe and temp.exe) have 18 blocks allocated, 11 used.
In the edited display, I see 50 bytes at the very end (last record of 80
bytes) which do not belong to this file, in fact, the reason I noticed
this is that in the first attempt, the data was text representing an
email address. In a second attempt the 50 bytes of padding were binary
junk, so it was much less obvious.
The original file at 11 blocks * 512 =
Experience with Orinoco wireless card? I'm looking for a wireless card I can put in my PowerBook G3
(Wallstreet model) to allow it to use my AirPort network. I found the
ORiNOCO Turbo Gold 11Mbps Wireless PC Card (128RC4) on MacConnection
for a pretty good price, but know nothing about it. Will it work well
for this? Any other recommendations?
Thanks in advance!
e-mail me at thomasareed at philadelphia.net minus phil
On Sat, 26 Jul 2003 12:05:09 UTC, Thomas Reed <email@example.com>
> I'm looking for a wireless card I can put in my PowerBook G3
> (Wallstreet model) to allow it to
Experience with XML DataBases Don't know wether this is the right newsgroup,
Has anyone some experience with Native XML Databases.
Im planning to use this:
It has many advantages over Object Relational Mapping,
(that is how i do it now).
Like XUpdate and XQuery support.
But the perfomance of these systems.. how are they?
When is an XML Database an option.
Anyone some usefull input ?
Tjerk Wolterink wrote:
> Don't know wether this is the right newsgroup,
> Has anyone some experience with Native XML Databases.
> Im planning to use this:
>... just well-hidden.
Peter Flynn wrote:
> Tjerk Wolterink wrote:
>>Don't know wether this is the right newsgroup,
>>Has anyone some experience with Native XML Databases.
>>Im planning to use this:
>>It has many advantages over Object Relational Mapping,
>>(that is how i do it now).
>>Like XUpdate and XQuery support.
>>But the perfomance of these systems.. how are they?
>>When is an XML Database an option.
Snow Leopard upgrade experience termination. Maybe life
wil be like that someday. :-(
Richard Maine | Good judgment comes from experience;
email: last name at domain . net | experience comes from bad judgment.
domain: summertriangle | -- Mark Twain
In article <2009110311445575249-not@dotcom>, thepixelfreak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Mostly smoke and mirrors. Apple now considers a MB to be 1000^3, where
> the rest of the computer science world continues to understand a MB as
But the consumer world considers it to be 1000^3. Furthermore, so do disk
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the current state of the A9home from developers with beta machines, they are
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802.1x and Radiator Hello,
Anyone has an experience of Using LEAP with Cisco's switches on ports that
has 802.1x with Radiator?
I am trying to do so and did the following to the Radiator:
1. Added the MD4.pm file from CPAN.
2. Had to change MSCHAP.pm to call md4->md4 instead of md4->hash (there is
no such function in the module I've downloaded).
3. Added a user with the requested username & password (and no other fields).
This does not work: The switch sends the LEAP request, gets a challenge, sends
a response and then the radiator claims that the LEAP password is incorrect.
I've added a print of the two MD4 hashes is compares and they are indeed
different. Any idea?
Powerline Ethernet Anyone try a powerline ethernet connection?
gmail originated posts filtered due to spam.
Alan Browne <alan.browne@FreelunchVideotron.ca> wrote:
> Anyone try a powerline ethernet connection?
> Identified interference?
Slow (or at least the one I used was about 10Base-T speed - 10Mbps), but
just as usable as any other kind of ethernet connection, IME. That was a
few years ago so I may be out of date, but faster WiFi seems to have
killed off interest in ethernet over
VHDL and Emacs (My experience) Hello,
I am new in VHDL and Emacs and I tried to use Emacs for editing VHDL
and attaching it to ISE. My experience is as follow:
Emacs has a very good editor for VHDL editing. It has several good features
such as auto indentation and syntax highlighting. Over all it is very good
if you can use it (I could not!)
What I did:
I download my copy of Emacs from
http://www.ourcomments.org/Emacs/EmacsW32.html . I installed it in my
windows XP professional system and setup ISE to use it. It works well with
Problems that I had:
1- Its keyboard shortcuts... GMT, "mans" <(myname_here)email@example.com> wrote:
> I am new in VHDL and Emacs and I tried to use Emacs for editing VHDL
>and attaching it to ISE. My experience is as follow:
I did the same with gvim. Works nicely. (please not another vi/emacs war!)
But one this is annoying: If I ask ISE for a syntax check etc, the first thing it does
is to kill all editor processes it has started. That's bad because some editors may
contain a changed file that is not yet written back or even may be editing something
completely unrelated in the meantime.
I usually have
Experience with AD5328 DAC Hi,
Did anyone used this (or similar) DAC from Analog Devices.
I have severe communication protocol problems - I've implemented several
software versions, attached it to SPI - and I cannot get channels to update
correctly or to send commands.
On Sat, 24 Dec 2005 15:18:28 +0100, "damir" <dzagar@BRISIsrce.hr>
>Did anyone used this (or similar) DAC from Analog Devices.
>I have severe communication protocol problems - I've implemented several
>software versions, attached it to SPI - and I cannot get channels to update