"Heroes" again, or "Linux in the Wild" or "Linux on TV", this time with screenshots
Allrighty, doubters and wintrolls. I've posted some screen shots from the
KDE appearance on NBC's new series "Heroes"
Linux in the wild. What more proof do you need?
JDS | firstname.lastname@example.org
DJMBS | http://newtnotes.com/doctor-jeff-master-brainsurgeon/
> Allrighty, doubters and wintrolls. I've posted some screen shots from the
> KDE appearance on NBC's new series "Heroes"
..."Suse Linux is ideal"..."Linux is perfect for anything"
SuSE Linux is ideal for anyone. Plain and simple. If your PC is reasonably
new and has a large-ish hard drive Linux is perfect for anything."
It just w....
..."/a" is not "/a" ?
while testing a module today I stumbled on something that I can work
around but I don't quite understand.
>>> a = "a"
>>> b = "a"
>>> a == b
>>> a is b
>>> c = "/a"
>>> d = "/a"
>>> c == d
True # all good so far
>>> c is d
False # eeeeek!
Why c and d point to two different objects with an identical string
content rather than the same object?
Emanuele D'Arrigo wrote:
>>>> c = "/a"
>>>&...why "::", not "."
Why does the method of modules use a dot, and the constants a double
Math::PI and Math.cos
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
On Oct 26, 2010, at 01:48 , Oleg Igor wrote:
> Why does the method of modules use a dot, and the constants a double
> Math::PI and Math.cos
For the same reason why inner-classes/modules use double colon, because =
they're constants and that's how you look up via constant namespace.
Math::PI and ActiveRecord::Base are the same type of lookup... it is =
just that Base is a module and PI is a float...."out" and "in out"
Hi i found the following explaination:
In Ada, "in" parameters are similar to C++ const parameters. They are
effectively read-only within the scope of the called subprogram.
Ada "in out" parameters have a reliable initial value (that passed
in from the calling subprogram) and may be modified within the scope
of the called procedure. Ada "out" parameters have no reliable
initial value, but are expected to be assigned a value within the
What does "have no reliable initial value" mean when considering the "out"
By c...about "++" and "--"
why this program snippet display "8,7,7,8,-7,-8"
the program is:
> why this program snippet display "8,7,7,8,-7,-8"
Ask your compiler-vendor because this result is IMHO implementation-defined.
Check this out:
> why this program snippet display "8,7,7,8,-7,-8&q...Win7: "almost a dream OS", Linux: "WHAT A NIGHTMARE !!!"
"It's nicer than Vista, faster than XP -- almost a dream OS."
"Of importance in the spec was 8GB RAM and I speced a NVidia 8600 GTS
graphics card .... WHAT A NIGHTMARE !!!
Since then ... I�ve installed various flavors of Linux and continually had
lockups/hard freezes (No Num Lock or Caps lock... and you can�t ping the
machine). Flavors of Linux that I tried were Ubuntu (7.04 64bit, 7.10 32bit
and 64bit, 8.04 Alpha4 64bit), Debian Etch 64bit, Debian Lenny 64bit. Al..."In" "Out" and "Trash"
I just bought a new computer and I re-installed Eudora Light on my new
computer. But when I open Eudora, the "In", "Out" and "Trash" links
are not on the left side of the screen the way they were on my old
computer. How can I get these links back on the left side of the
screen? Thank you.
On 25 Mar 2007 09:49:22 -0700, "abx" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I just bought a new computer and I re-installed Eudora Light on my new
>computer. But when I open Eudora, the "In", "Out" and "Trash" links
>are ...turdv, tell us again how "Linux rules the world" but is also "obscure".
It's always funny to watch a double-talking, "intellectually superior"
asshole make a fool of himself.
shitv: "Linux rules the world"
shitv: "the obscurity of Linux"
...Linux "advocate$": "We love Windows money!"
That's why you insist on making a living with Windows your entire lives.
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 00:18:58 -0400, DFS wrote:
> That's why you insist on making a living with Windows your entire lives.
You know, in my field, entertainment, we have the Mac crowd and
the Windows crowd and while we respect each other no Machead
will be caught with a Windows machine and vis-verse.
We also don't have the stupid wars that go on with Linux vs
We respect each other.
I look at COLA and instantly it's a complete far...[News] "Linux" Deserves "More Damn Respect"
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
10 tech firms that should get more damn respect
,----[ Quote ]
| 8. Linux
| It's a movement rather than a firm, of
| course, but we think Linux still deserves to
| be here: from making netbooks work to
| powering Android phones and generally making
| Microsoft get its act together, Linux has
| been enormously influential. It might be
| considered more cool if journalists could get
| through just one Linux-mentioning article
| without also mentioning beards and hippies.
http://www.techradar.com/news/world-o...Problem with "system" and the linux "su" command
I'm trying to write a little C program to run under linux, which must
gain root so it can then shutdown the computer. I can get the code to
execute the su command via system("su"), but once su comes into action,
my program it's halted and su takes over. Because of this, I can't get
my program to write the password su asks. I habe no idea on how to get
C to communicate with other running processes such as su, but I
understand it can be done. Any ideas on how I can achieve this?
> I'm trying to write a little C program to ...7: "Most people know of Linux".... (p)Rick: "the overwhelming number of people don't know Linux exists"
Get with the herd, bozos.
On Jun 1, 2:08=A0am, DFS <nospam@dfs_.com> wrote:
> Get with the herd, bozos.
Groupthink, aka herd mentality, as heard in the street.
These Linux clowns are like a herd of cats though, they're all over
the map--explains the 1%.
On Mon, 31 May 2010 16:13:45 -0700 (PDT), RayLopez99
> On Jun 1, 2:08�am, DFS <nospam@dfs_.com> wrote:
>> Get with the herd, bozos.
> Groupthink, aka herd mentality, as heard in the street.
> These Linux clowns are like a herd of cats though, they're all o..."out of memory" error message and "segment violation" or "segmentation fault (on linux)": the partially solution
try these solution (origin support matlab):
type the command line at the top of your .m file:
feature accel off
You can type the same at prompt matlab.
If you are lucky, the message diseppaers.
Type feature accel on for toggle (on is the default mode).
Alain, who as very big experience with "out of memory and
...Vodaphone drops Linux netbooks
Vodafone has dismissed the preinstallation of Linux onto its netbooks,
citing consumers' perception that netbooks are equivalent to laptops in
David Pollington, the operator's head of consumer and internet technical
research, said on Wednesday that netbooks - which originally came with
Linux rather than Windows as their operating systems - had originally been
intended as always-on web-browsing devices, but users had misinterpreted
"Unfortunately, when the public got hold of these devices, they thought
they were small PCs,...Linux: "not good at all"
"I'm running running;
2007 PCLinuxOS for i586
It's crashed more times today than I can bother remembering.
Earlier today it crashed trying to submit a form, taking the entire OS out
with it, such that ctrl.alt.del wouldn't bring up the sys menu and needed
powering down to reset.
It crashed just now when I tried to refresh a tab and move to another.
All in all, I vote... not good at all."
#4 and #5 at
> "I'm running running;
> 2007 PCLinuxOS for i...Win+Linux Network "see each other"
I have PPPoE (verizon dsl). I have a D-Link Router, to which my WIndows '98
machine and my Linux REd Hat 8.0 are both attached. It is, of course easy to
let them share the internet connection... How do I (step by step) configure
everything so that they can "see" each other... So they can share stuff like
the printer, etc. and possibly share files... In the future i want to house
a webserver on my linux and an application server on my win'98 machine... or
vice versa, etc... anyone (as a p.s.) know any other practical uses for
letting them "see" each other?
David E. wrote:
> I have PPPoE (verizon dsl). I have a D-Link Router, to which my WIndows '98
> machine and my Linux REd Hat 8.0 are both attached. It is, of course easy to
> let them share the internet connection... How do I (step by step) configure
> everything so that they can "see" each other... So they can share stuff like
> the printer, etc. and possibly share files... In the future i want to house
> a webserver on my linux and an application server on my win'98 machine... or
> vice versa, etc... anyone (as a p.s.) know any other practical uses for
> letting them "see" each other?
Do a google search on Samba or Samba configuration.
This is a fairly common question, and will be answered better in any
howtos on the net than I could answer.
...[News] .NET on Linux -- "Yay!" or "Yay [Sarcasm /]"?
Hotskills: Mono lets .net developers run applications on Linux
,----[ Quote ]
| To Mono's founders, the proprietary/open-source battle was less important
| than issues of co-existence and the most appropriate platform for the job.
| According to Justin Steinman, Novell's director of product marketing for
| Linux and open platform systems, and the man in charge of selling Mono to the
| world, "Mono essentially enables you to run .net applications on Linux,"
| giving you the choice of developing for either platform knowing that it will
| run on both.
http://...Why does "Linux Company" IBM support a "crime against humanity" ????
The answer is money. It's always about money for these "linux companies"
like IBM and Google.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
February 5, 2015 | By Nadia Kayyali
EFF Files Amicus Brief in Case That Seeks to Hold IBM Responsible for
Facilitating Apartheid in South Africa
This case isn't about general-purpose technology being cleverly misused by a
malicious government. Rather, this case is about corporate collaboration in
governmental human rights abuses, through the creation of a customized
technology solution for the known and intended purpose of...More "quality code" (as opposed to "linux slopware") from MS
DFS will tag this a "feature"
Are you sure you REALLY want to read this with Netscape?
[ ] YES Go to the Microsoft site and download Internet Explorer
[ ] NO Go to the Microsoft site and download Internet Explorer
[ ] LOCK UP Crash Windows and soft reboot
[ ] BSOD Crash Windows and hard reboot
On 2007-12-18, Peter Köhlmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> claimed:
> DFS will tag this a "feature"
It *is* a feature if the goal is to push the numbers up for ...Linux "community"--with "friends" like that, who need enemies?
A while ago I asked an innocent question on what the best distro to
download is for a Pentium II system with 300 to 500 MB RAM and a 40 GB
HD is. Instead of help, I got invective.
This is the vaunted "Linux community"?
With "friends" like that, who need enemies?
On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 04:29:55 -0700, raylopez99 wrote:
> A while ago I asked an innocent question on what the best distro to
> download is for a Pentium II system with 300 to 500 MB RAM and a 40 GB
> HD is. Instead of help, I got invective.
> This is the vaunted "Linux community"...Watch how a Linux "advocate" objects to "the evil of Microsoft"
turdv: "I've always objected to the evil of Microsoft"
In real life:
turdv: X-Newsreader: Forte Agent 1.92/32.572 (Windows only)
turdv: "I buy a lot of Windows PC's to use as test stations, and I've
been buying refurbished XP machines and have no plans to change."
turdv: "Win7 Home Premium OEM is available for $100 online... My
daughter runs it"
turdv: "Windows is the right choice for my daughter"
Isn't that special?
"DFS" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> On cola:
> turdv: "I've always objected to the evil of Microsoft"
> In real life:
> turdv: X-Newsreader: Forte Agent 1.92/32.572 (Windows only)
> turdv: "I buy a lot of Windows PC's to use as test stations, and I've been
> buying refurbished XP machines and have no plans to change."
> http://groups.google.com/group/comp.os.linux.advocacy/msg/540e8d3903f1e9cd...Is the "posix kernel API" the same as the "linux system calls"?
I'm trying to understand some general things about the linux kernel
compared to the posix kernel API and system calls.
So here are my questions:
Is the "posix kernel API" the same as the linux "system calls"? If not,
what is the difference?
>From what I understand, system calls are the only interface that user
programs can use to interact with the kernel.
Are system calls a form of kernel function? Can/do kernel functions
call system calls?
"dspfun" <email@example.com> wrote in message
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W. Gary Sokolich , Newport Beach, California �V File B-29812 - It was
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