Going... Going... Going...
It seems that a lot of my List-O-Wares has been claimed. Will update ASAP
> It seems that a lot of my List-O-Wares has been claimed. Will update ASAP
Rather than "spamming" this group, why not keep your posts confined to
ONE thread, hey ?!?!
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We are converting the system to 21-bit runes (also known as 32-bit
runes, but only 21 bits are ever used). The first step will be
pushing out versions of a few commands and library routines that have
been modified to be agnostic about Rune size.
The next step is recompiling the compilers and pushing changed header
files and libraries to cope with larger Runes. Finally you'll want to
recompile your world (including your kernels) or wait and pull new
ones from sources.
We don't expect many visible changes as a result of all this, but note
that threaded programs that contain automatic arrays of Runes may need
Thank you. I very much appreciate the work that went into this.
And thanks to Erik for his previous set of patches.
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No luck here trying to get Doug Bissett's bogofilter add-on working in
my PMMail installation. I'm sure it's a simple directory error -- at
first I tried to install it *inside* my SOUTHSDE\TOOLS directory, but
after that didn't work, I realized that the different directory
structures of PMMail dictated another strategy.
So, I created another directory to more closely mimic what the README
suggested, and moved everything over there, like so:
<dir>BOGOFI...bits of this, bits of that
I need to write some data types into an array of unsigned chars.
These are basically "signals" within a message, so each signal will have
a start bit and a length. The signals will also have a type, one of:
The signals with float and double will be 32 or 64 bits long, as
I need to just shift the bits and throw them into the array, untouched.
Whats the best way of doing this?
Since I can't bit shift a float around, I was thinking of a union of the
4 types, and doing all the bit twiddling using the ...where did all them bits go ?
I guess 4034 and 4035 are missing information on where exactly the CD and
AD bits reside in the DNS header. Its specified in rfc2535, but omitted in
the current drafts, which obsolete 2535.
I'll send text.
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...Going up or going down?
I've noticed that when Maccies see a PC for the same price of an eMac, that
thoroughly outclasses the eMac, they start ramping down the home users'
requirements to browsing the Web and email.
When a PC is pointed out for half the price of the eMac, that can surf the
Web and handle email just fine, they start ramping up to Firewire, DVD
burning, and media creation.
Top it all off with the bogus claim there's no price difference worth
mentioning between PCs and Macs...
On Tue, 01 Jun 2004 16:44:50 GMT, "Edwin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> chose to
bless u...To go or not to go?
Here we use Filemaker to manage our databases.
Now we were interested in evaluating filemaker to go to use it
eventually on an IPAD (which still we don't have).
Before buying, however, I want to understand a few issues which the
website didn't answer me (it's just marketing and vapor-ware there).
The first problem is about the synchronization of the data.
Is it still true that fm-to-go doesn't let you modify or create new
That is not the end of the world, and it might even be fine. But we
have a lot of databases (> 30 probably) and I would like to
t...Is it possible to go from 12 bit grayscale to 24 bit RGB?
Within the same grab acquisition, is there a way to switch between acquiring 12 bit grayscale images and RGB images? For instance, in one grab I would acquire a grayscale image and then in the next cycle acquire a RGB image. I am trying to keep my dynamic range as wide as possible and thus, would like to avoid acquiring in RGB and transforming my image to grayscale.
To acquire 12 bit grayscale images, I know I have to first acquire in 16 bit using IMAQ Create to designate the image type. However for the RGB images, I designate the image type in IMAQ Create as 8 bit for each...Going from 32 bit Fortran mex to 64 bit.....(OSX)
After very much difficulty, and manual editing of the mexopts.sh, and all that stuff provided by very kind people on this forum, finally, I have a mex file that I have been using for years on 32 bit systems, compiling in 64 bit on Mac OSX (R2010bsp1), using gfortran.
Now, the trouble is, as soon as I try to run that mex file, Matlab doesn't give me a segmentation fault, or complain gracefully as I'm used to with these kinds of things, it just crashes and disappears completely.
I'm a matlab programmer though, guys, not a fortran one. So I'm hoping that if I post my me...Going...., going.......
The day job is starting to encroach on the PS/2 side so I'm thinning
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Currently our environment is on 10g Release 2, OS windows 2000/2003
standard edition 32 bit. We use shared server to take advantage of
scalability and connecting maximum no of simultaneous connections to
the database. Now we take advantage of memory beyond 4GB we are
planning to check following.
64 bit Windows 2003 standard edition on AMD64/EM64T Servers.
Do we need to install 64 bit Oracle as well?
Do we need to reinstall Oracle clients with 64 bit installable if
Oracle Server is upgraded to 64 bit?
Is 32 bit Oracle is certified on 64 bit OS?
Do we need to take care of any other ...[9fans] cores a go go
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especially intel 2xxx-series and xeon 56xx-series processors.
2. the apic code has a hack to find intel ht processors, even
when there is no mp table entry. (as per usual.) you might
see twice as many cores.
3. msi interrupts are now the default. see apic(3).
this has been tested on a variety of phenom ii, opteron c32, intel 5xx.
intel cor...Space needed IBM PS/2 MCA Bits Clearout. all must go or going for scrap.
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PS/2 Models 55/70/80/85/90/95
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IBM PS/2 MCA Spares
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...When a 32-bit OS is 37% faster than a 64-bit OS
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Neal Nelson & Associates, a Chicago area
computer performance consulting firm, has announced test results that
show a possible 37 percent throughput advantage when a Web-based
application is run under the 32-bit version of SUSE Linux Enterprise
Server 10 from Novell, in comparison to the same machine running a
64-bit version of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10. The tests were run
on a computer configured with two AMD Opteron 64-bit processors.
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Larry Qualig
<email@example.com&g...Exit status bits and signal bits/portions of the termination status
I was wondering: suppose a process makes an invalid memory reference
thus generating a SIGSEGV signal in response to which the process
terminates, what would the exit status of the termination status
contain -- given that the process did not call the return statement or
the exit function. Zero? or some default value?
"Olumide" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I was wondering: suppose a process makes an invalid memory reference
> thus generating a SIGSEGV signal in response to which the process
> terminates, what would the exit status of the termina...Go GO GO !!!Sand beach
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I have a preinstalled solaris machine,
$ uname -a
SunOS sun_machine 5.9 Generic_117171-07 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise
$ uname -X
System = SunOS
Node = sun_machine
Release = 5.9
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Machine = sun4u
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Serial = <unknown>
Users = <unknown>
OEM# = 0
Origin# = 1
NumCPU = 2
1. how to know whether the OS is 32-bit or 64-bit? and whether the release
is Maintenance Update 5 or later? or earlier?
2. how to limit the sizes of varios log files ?
"newbie" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:dtmab3$fdt$1...32 Bit or 64 Bit OS?
At first I thought if I had 64 bit hardware the best server performance
would be had with 64 bit operating system. Now I am not sure because I
have read about far greater memory usage for the same task on a 64 bit
OS. I am seeking opinions on whether to have a 32 bit or 64 bit OS in my
The Hardware is an Intel Xeon processor.
The server is a VPS with 512 MB allocated.
The OS will be a guest of XenServer.
The website will be run by Drupal which requires the execution of lot of
PHP code and several database queries for each web page served.
Memcached, XCache and Fast ...RE: where did all them bits go ?
Yeah, I think Sam W mentioned this to me at some point as well. I remember
earlier versions of the text had them included, but disappeared in the
rewrites. I think because it was in the records draft, and we forgot to
move it, but I'm not sure.
The IANA registry for DNS header bits does include the CD and AD positions,
but an implementor would only know that if they consulted the IANA registry
as well as the spec.
Also, the IANA reference for the bits is still given as the dnssec-protocol
draft and not the RFC... oops.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-name...Bits going cheap...
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...Size 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit and 64 bit systems.
I need to find out what is the size of following data structures in 8
bit, 16 bit, 32 bit, and 64 bit systems.
unsigned char chA;
unsigned long lg;
unsigned short sh;
unsigned char chB;
sizeof() runs at compile time, that means one can know in advance what
size of these. I don't have 8 bit or 16 bit systems. I do have 32 bit
and 64 bit system.
I believe, in 32 bit system, this would be 1+4+2+1 = 8 bytes.
Can anyone throw some light here on how to find size?
adar <firstname.lastname@example.org> ...I go U go /We go
1. Which are the best of these systems....
# I go U go
# We go
....and are there differences also in those categories?
2. Which is the most fun for web-gaming?
Morgan Ohlson wrote:
> 1. Which are the best of these systems....
> # I go U go
> # We go
Age of Wonders II/SM, for instance, support both modes. Some people
prefer the former, others the latter. Personally, I prefer the "I go,
you go" system when playing against the computer, and "we go" when
playing against a human opponent.
Choice is good.