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I'm one who keeps my desktop "pristine", that is with normally no
folders or such on the desktop and a disappearing dock. A good friend
is quite the opposite having probably around forty folders or such on
the desktop and a non-disappearing dock. I'm not going to say which is
better or more productive, but that I find it interesting that the Mac
interface provides such a variance in appearance choice.
it would be interesting to hear from others as to where their choices
lie and why.
James Leo Ryan - Austin, Texas
TaliesinSoft <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
&...[News] Linux Laptops Available for Just $259
Asus Eee PC Is Available In NCIXUS Retailer
,----[ Quote ]
| If you are eager to have one Asus Eee mini laptop you can visit NCIXUS
| Retailer. They offer 5 models with different 5 prices that you can order. The
| retailer says that your order shipment takes 1 to 2 weeks.
It has those tainted Intel chips though. And if Apple did a variant of it, it
would be called iEEE.
Asus Eee PC Price Hike, Limited Launch Next Month
,----[ Quote ]
| Citing anonymous sources at the company, DigiTimes is re...Linux w windows questions
Hi, I have no background of Linux. I have a pc on which I've developed
a website. Now since actual website will be hosted on some host's Linux
server, I would like to have an exact emulation on my pc. so in case I
need to troubleshoot the website in the future, I can emulate the
changes on my pc.
1. Should I buy a new PC or buy a new HDD and use dual HDD - one
containing windows and second containing Linux on a single PC ?
2. If the latter is advised, can windows "see" Linux folders. Can I do
file transfer from Windows session to a Linux folder and later use
...Dual Monitors laptop/desktop
I am not quite sure how to do this. I got a Dell Laptop (9200) on the
way and I want to use my existing monitor for both my desktop computer
and my laptop. I know the only way it would probably work is with
some sort of A/B switch like some people have done with TV. I assume
you can't have two different computers hooked up to the same monitor
at the same time, or can you run a split screen thing? Is there
anything like this out there and what is it called, and how would I do
it? Thank you!
There are switches available to allow one keyboard, monitor and mouse to be
shared by 2 or mor...Linux in Forth? #5
> 4 of 5
>Date: Sun 17 Jul 2005 19:29
>From: "Elizabeth D Rather"
><email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Linux in Forth?
>>>But a conventional OS has certain organizational
>>>expectations that are contrary to Forth's design which makes a lot of
>>>different assumptions about development procedures and other issues.
>> bj: This I don't understand. Forth _is_ an OS in
>> a primitive but fundamental way. It is just generally
>...How to share bookmarks with Safari/Firefox-Problem with Popups
I got my MBP today and it's sure a big change for Windows, all for the
better! Honestly after I started using it I barely even touched my
Windows laptop anymore. I'm not sure which web browser I'll use. I
used Safari a lot and just tried Firefox. What I like about Firefox is
the tabbed browsing and no pop-ups. Maybe I'm missing something in
Safari but I haven't used tabbed browsing and most of all ,I'm getting
a lot of popups. Is there a way to avoid them?
As well, since I have a desktop in the house as well as a laptop that
I will use at home and on the go, is there a ...looking for personal desktop or embedded database engine
Subject: personal desktop or embedded database engine
I am looking for a database engine with the following characteristics:
a) It should handle up to 2GB-4GB of raw data (total database size
storing 4GB of raw data should not exceed dozen or so gigabytes),
allocated into dozen or so tables, and several million rows; many of
rows holding CLOB and BLOB data (most of them will be no longer than
few kilobytes, but no artificial limit of 1MB, for instance, should be
put on LOB size). Disk space consumption should be reasonably
proportional to raw data size stored, for example...Mount Windows AFP share via Classic and MS UAM!
I take care of a Mac lab in which Quark 5 (classic only) is being used
on OS X boxes. We have network storage for the users of this lab to
store their projects. The network share is being served from a Windows
2000 server running apple services. This means the client must
authenticate using Microsoft's User Authentication Module (UAM). The
problem we've encountered is that if a user mounts the drive using OS
X's "Connect to Server..." function, the files tend to corrupt. We can
get around this by having the user mount the drive via the chooser.
I've tried co...Linux magazines...
Hi all. I'd like to learn a little more about Linux programming and
system/network administration and was thinking of subscribing to a Linux
magazine or journal of some sort. Are there any out there that are worth
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On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 18:27:51 -0500, Josh Lessard wrote:
> Hi all. I'd like to learn a little mor...[9fans] [9fans ] What's the best access method to Plan9 from Linux
Currently, I installed a Plan9 system on a computer while I still
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wonder how I can conveniently access the Plan9 system from my Linux
box? That is, what is the best way to access Plan9 from Linux? SSH?
or any other more Plan9 welcome methods? And, of course, I have tried
to learn them from Plan9 wiki but feel yet difficult to understand
some concepts there, such as u9fs etc.
BTW: I have used ``Plan9 from user space'' port on my Linux box for a
while. Is it useful to meet the mission mentioned above?
Thank...The New Desktop Paradigm: Blame the Success of Linux on the Desktop
The new Windows 8 Metro desktop, the latest incarnation of Mac OSX,
Android, Ubuntu's Unity desktop and GNOME 3, love them or hate them,
all came about because of the success of Linux on the desktop. No, you
didn't misread that and, no, I'm not talking about market share.
The new desktop paradigm originated on the very successful Linux
desktop designs of the early netbooks: Xandros Presto! introduced the
current style of desktop on the ASUS Eee PC in 2007. Those sold like
proverbial ho...Please help
My name is Sekhar Hari.I have been extensively working in the
field of Linux and Cisco Internetworking administration side for the
last 3 years.And got exposure to important administration tasks and
shell scripts in Linux and AIX and Networks.Now I am really on the
look out for a move.I am ready to relocate anywhere.Can anyone suggest
any vacancies in the above mentioned area with full details ? Need
your help very much to find a good job.I am ready to take up the job
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responsibilities.My email Id is his...PCI driver linux with DMA
I am writing a driver for a pci card with DAM capability. The card has
pci bridge and is DMA master capable. Could anyone suggest to me any
good sites or documentation which could be helpful?
I have already started with Linux device drivers from oreilly.
LDD from O'Reilly has a pretty good chapter covering DMA. It explains
block mode as well as scatter-gather kernel calls. Of course, you
still need the data sheet for your PCI chip so your driver knows how to
program the DMA engine. Which PCI chip are you using?
Yes. I have the data sheet of the pc...ramdisk: how give it a name? (on desktop it's 'untitled')
My system (G5, OSX 10.4.11) creates a ramdisk at boot time,
using a script based on an example on the hdid manpage:
device="`hdiutil attach -nomount ram://1024`"
#device="`/usr/bin/hdid -nomount ram://1024`"
/sbin/mount $device /nmk/ram0
(I changed the first line to one using hdiutl because the
manpage for hdid said hdid was mildly deprecated).
The disk works perfectly well. My only niggle is that its
ikon on my desktop is labelled 'Untitled'. I'd like to be
able to change that. The wish is purely aesthetic; I never
interact with the ...[ace-users] ACE VERSION: 5.6.8 HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM: Linux Debian on x86 COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): g++-4.1.2 THE $ACE_ROOT/ace/config.h: config-linux.h THE $ACE_ROOT/inc
This is a multipart message in MIME format.
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1"
ACE VERSION: 5.6.8
HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM:
Linux Debian on x86
COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL):=20
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I'm trying to get rid of Palm Desktop
When I try to install the desktop for the TX I get the error message 1714
cannot remove old installation, I've been to the Palm website and tried all
the ideas but they don't work, I've been through the registry and deleted
every occurrence of "Palm, Palmone, Handspring, U.S. Robotics". There is no
file on my system with palm in it's name
If I try and reinstall the old desktop I get an error about corruption, some
where on my computer there is something which is telling the Palm installer
that the desktop is stil...[News] Another 100,000 GNU/Linux Users in ELCOT
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Microsoft tactics push India toward Linux
,----[ Quote ]
| One of India's 28 states plans to distribute 100,000 Linux laptops to
| students there. It sounds like Tamil Nadu's volume purchasing agent decided
| to use Linux exclusively after being put off by Microsoft's bundling tactics
| for academic users.
| Though it could be sour grapes at having its unbundled OS proposal scuppered
| by Microsoft, ELCOT now says it recommends only Linux. On its website, the
| organization says, "ELCOT has been using SUSE L...The Real Story about Server Market Share (8/12/10)
The Real Story about Server Market Share (8/12/10)
click here: http://www.hp.com/go/therealstory
then click: HP
then click: The Real Story about Server Market Share (8/12/10)
Thoughts or comments?
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Neil Rieck <email@example.com> writes:
> The Real Story about Server Market Share (8/12/10)
> click here: http://www.hp.com/go/therealstory
> then click: HP
> then click: The Real Story about Server Market Share (...Re: Desktop Productivity Toys
On Tue, 25 May 2004 07:58:28 -0700, Choate, Paul@DDS <pchoate@DDS.CA.GOV>
>My favorite PowerToy shows a preview of all my open applications during
>Alt-Tabs. I always have at least 5 windows open and frequently upwards of
>20. Usually I'll have 3-4 Explorer windows and IE windows each, so it's
>to choose the right one each time as I swap back and forth. This
>application allows me to more quickly and accurately jump between the
>There's also a great Scien...Serious Vulnerability in PGP Desktop 10.0.3 and 10.1 -- No Fix for Free Version #2
PGP issued security advisory SYM10-012. See
In Vulnerability Note VU#300785 of US-CERT (an agency of the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security), this vulnerability is described as
> > An attacker could add a message part (attachment)
> > to a valid, signed PGP message and the entire message,
> > including the attacker's message part, would be
> > reported to the reader as having a valid si...icon placement on desktop
is there some way to keep icon placement on the Desktop stable from session
for example, i like
Icons --> Line up horizontally
Icons --> Sort Icons --> By Type
but i have to both those menu selections every time i boot KDE. Gotta be a
better way (???)
In comp.windows.x.kde, Les Schaffer uttered the immortal words:
> is there some way to keep icon placement on the Desktop stable from
> session to session?
> for example, i like
> Icons --> Line up horizontally
> Icons --> Sort Icons --> By Type
&...Which Files to Backup for Palm Desktop?
I no longer have my Palm Pilot, but I still use Palm Desktop for its
calendar and address book. I'd like to backup the data files for safe
keeping. Which files do I back up? And, just in case I have to restore
do I just copy those data files back into the Palm folder?
Thanks in advance for your help!
...Building a Rack server w/Desktop Mainboard
This is my situation..
I have to add a new W2k Server, but don't need an expensive server.
Desktop hardware will do fine, BUT I have no room in either of our
rack enclosures for a mid tower, and want to add a desktop mainboard
in a 2U rack chassis. We presently use Intel D865PERL mainboards for
desktops. ... Does anyone recommend a rack chassis that would work?
Or are there better suited Intel desktop boards? Is this at all
possible? Thanks. Richard Dj
> I have to add a new W2k Server, but don't need an expensive server.
> Desktop hardware will do fine, BUT I have no room in ei...A new reader? Welcome to comp.os.linux.misc, read this first if you're new here (FAQ) #388
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TESTING YOUR CONNECTION
Errm, first a delicate point. Often users accessing a forum
like this for the first time don't realize that posts don't
show up immediately, certainly not for several minutes, and
maybe not for some hours. In the old days, it took as long
as the camel bearing the news took! So they tend to post
"test" messages. Plea...