Some design issues on changing from PCI->PCI-Express?
we search for the fastest way to make our board PCI-Express capable. Up
to now we use a Freescale 56301 DSP with integrated PCI bridge. We
don't stick to that particular IC so much, because of RoHS. But it
would be nice if we could reuse the code.
We have mainly two ideas:
- use another DSP that is RoHS compliant and some IC that converts
PCI-Express (this would be good because of the code reusage, but which
interface would be inbetween the DSP and the PCIe Bridge?)
- use a FPGA that includes the functionality of the DSP and a
So my question:
1.) which...Mathematica 6 installation problem on Vista.
Mathematica 6 has no installation options apart from directory
selection, which I leave to default. So I hit "Install" and the
When installation reaches a certain point (Wolfram Notebook Indexers),
the installation window disappears, although I can see it at my
I wait for 5 minutes lets say with no activity. When I kill the
installation I get a 1628 Installation Failed message box.
I tried to find a solution to this but had no luck. Here is the
installation log (I run installation in verbose mode)
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This month we have a special treat, a pre-arranged speaker!
Aaron Bentley (of Bazaar-NG fame) will be presenting a talk about
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We'll be meeting at the regular time (6:30pm) on the Third Tuesday of
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Have fun all,
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...PCI 6115 with DAQ toolbox
Is there any way to disable the low-pass filter in PCI-6115 measurement card (or any) using the data acquisition toolbox?
...ANN: Tom 2.6
Tom 2.6 announcement
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in...Is it possible to update PCI 2.1 to PCI 2.2 by updating BIOS?
Currently my motherboard only supports PCI 2.1. Is it possible to
update PCI 2.1 to PCI 2.2 by updating BIOS?
Thanks a million,
You'll need to go to your Mobo manufacturer's web site for that one.
Star Fleet Admiral Q @ your service
"Lee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Dear all,
> Currently my motherboard only supports PCI 2.1. Is it possible to
> update PCI 2.1 to PCI 2.2 by updating BIOS?
> Thanks...portupgrade eclipse fails
After "cvsup portsupgrade" I'm upgrading eclipse from 3.1 to 3.2 and it
ends with this error:
[javac] 961 problems (961 warnings)
[exec] In file included from xpcom_profile_structs.h:29,
[exec] from xpcom_profile.cpp:30:
[exec] xpcom_profile.h:34:22: nsCOMPtr.h: No such file or directory
[exec] xpcom_profile.h:35:41: nsProfileDirServiceProvider.h: No
such file or directory
[exec] xpcom_profile.cpp: In function `jint
PROFILE_NS_1NewProfileDirServiceProvider(JNIEn...Failing "makefile.nt test" in limits.sbk under VC 8
I tried to build LCC 4.2 under Visual C 8.0 (the new free version of
After a couple of false starts I got it to build. Since Visual C 8 no
longer has the single threaded library, I made a copy of the
multithreaded library "libcmt" and named it "libc" so that the test
Anyway "makefile.nt test" works till it gets to limits.sbk, then it
reports a difference in the generated code:
Comparing files X86\WIN32\TST\limits.sbk and
...py2exe 0.6.3 released
py2exe 0.6.3 released
py2exe is a Python distutils extension which converts Python scripts
into executable Windows programs, able to run without requiring a
Python installation. Console and Windows (GUI) applications, Windows
NT services, exe and dll COM servers are supported.
Changes in 0.6.3:
* First release assembled by py2exe's new maintainer, Jimmy
Retzlaff. Code changes in this release are from Thomas Heller
and Gordon Scott.
* The dll-excludes option is now available on the command ...FTP between our 2 HP3000s failing intermittently
We have several background jobs that transfer files between our two
After several years of successful operation, they have started to report
"network" errors on a very infrequent basis. It appears that the FTP
transfer (put) has been successful, but the FTP server is very
occasionally returning error #45 (file accessed exclusively) back to the
Any suggestions ? I've checked the obvious (we're only running one copy
of the FTP transfer job). =20
O> l a
2 File Transfer Protocol [A0012E08] (C) Hewlett-Packard Co. 2002
[PASSI...[wxMSW2.4.2 MSVC++6.0]Window borders, specifically text controls
I'm wondering if it's possible to prevent window borders from being
painted. More specifically, I want custom borders for a text control
class that inherits from wxTextCtrl. I've figured out how to make
them transparent, but those pesky borders keep showing up
occasionally, and I need to keep them from doing that. Is this even
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email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org (UW-Oshkosh email address)
http://rhorn.unixcab.org - a bunch of experimental stuff
SDF Public Access UNIX System - http:...ctypes failing when a library needs another library
I'm having an issue with ctypes loading libraries.
I got the following setup. I have a library (coded by me) that calls a
external library (installed with the package manager), and my ctypes
program calls my lib.
at first python couldn't find my lib but setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH=. fix
that, but now it's failing inside my lib because it can't find the
the library itself is not an issue since I have a C program that test
it and it's working fine.
I'm running python 2.4 with the external ctypes module. under ubuntu linux 6.10
...[9fans] tbl fail
tbl's calculation for how many columns it can handle is
wrong. sizeof(nregs) = nelem(nregs)*sizeof(char*).
it appears that tbl is assuming *2-byte pointers*!
/n/dump/2013/0104/sys/src/cmd/tbl/tr.c:20,26 - tr.c:20,26
reg(int col, int place)
- if (sizeof(nregs) < 2 * 3 * qcol)
+ if(qcol*place+col >= nelem(nregs)-1)
error("Too many columns for registers");
...Looking for an USB PCI Card for my Ultra 10
I'm in desperate need of two USB ports for my Solaris 8 server.
I heard that Belkin PCI Host Adapter cards might work best. Can anybody
works on my machine ? Or does anybody know a cheaper solution because
the cheapest price i found is US$ 44 + 29 (shipping) which is more then
i paid for the Ultra 10 itself.
Do Belkins newer USB 2.0 versions work on Sparc Solaris 8 ?
In article <email@example.com>,
"llothar" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrot...Re: Is this a BUG??? #6
What happens if you change your WHERE to an IF? Any difference?
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Yu
Sent: Friday, August 17, 2007 2:11 PM
Subject: Re: Is this a BUG???
However, when you get the data in another dataset, then do the
subsetting, it works.
What is going on?? it implies that we have to be very carefull when we
subset the data read in with libname EXCEL engine.
Anyone has some idea about this?
*where a ~=99 and b ~=99;
where a ...Re: SAS-L Digest
I will be out of the office from August 6, 2003 to August 8, 2003.
If you have any requests that require immediate attention, please
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...fail to input signal in NI USB6008
I currently doing a temperature control system using thermocouple K type and amplify using AD595 thermocouple amplifier, but I fail to input the voltage signal into my NI USB6008 even the multimeter has value, then I check by using the oscilloscope, it also dun have the value, I previously testing to input my signal by using power supply and it seems input very well, I don?t know why it happens. Another question is the value on multimeter is only when I press the thermocouple tip using finger, when I use lighter to give the heat it din show any value even I use wate...[p,pci]=mle(...) yields complex pci
I am using the matlab mle function with a custom pdf and cdf, without
censoring and customized statset, mainly to set a correct DerivStep.
yields a pci which has a imaginary component. What am I doing wrong?
(Could it be that the found Jacobian is invalid?)
<SNIP <mle> conundrum...
> yields a pci which has a imaginary component...
it would be helpful if you could expand the ominous <...>
The ominous <...> contains a series development after Physical Reviev B,
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BIND 9.2.6rc1 is a maintenance release candiate for BIND 9.2.
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The PGP signature of the distribution is at
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A binary kit for Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 is at
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This is an excerpt from the latest version perlfaq5.pod, which
comes with the standard Perl distribution. These postings aim to
reduce the number of repeated questions as well as allow the community
to review and update the answers. The latest version of the complete
perlfaq is at http://faq.perl.org .
5.28: How can I read in a file by paragraphs?
Use the $/ variable (see perlvar for details). You can either set it to
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tr...US-TX-Austin: Applications Eng., 8+yrs exp., PCI protocols; Contract to Hire (45338532413)
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I would like to know more about configuring PCI.Could you suggest some
documents which would help me.I would like to know details regarding
configuration read and write and the mechanism used to configure PCI
using the configuration space.
Ayon kay firstname.lastname@example.org:
> I would like to know more about configuring PCI.Could you suggest some
> documents which would help me.I would like to know details regarding
> configuration read and write and the mechanism used to configure PCI
> using the configuration space.
config read/write: those are trasactions initiated by the bus ma...Cyberstorm:Homeland Security fails again
Hackers would be able to get into FAA computers and other key
> Hackers would be able to get into FAA computers and other key
"The government needs to place a ban on the Windows operating system and use
Linux on all desktops and servers."
I wonder what their overall structure looks like. Many links to many places
no doubt, but high volume secure communications is built in to UNIX, a
...[l/m 10/1/2001] parlib/mail daemons/servers archives comp.par (6/28) FAQ #2 #3
Last-modified: 1 Oct 2001
8 comp.parallel group dynamics
10 Related news groups, archives and references
18 Supercomputing and Crayisms
20 IBM and Amdahl
22 Grand challenges and HPCC
24 Suggested (required) readings
26 Dead computer architecture society
2 Introduction and Table of Contents and justification
4 Comp.parallel news group history
Where is the group archived?
See also parlib.
It's like ne...CBM-Command Version 1.6
There is a major bug in the way that CBM-Command handles batches of
file that are selected using the select all hotkey that can cause
directory corruption. Please discard any version older than 7/26/2010
(Version 1.6) and update to Version 1.6!
On Jul 27, 10:28=A0pm, Payton Byrd <plb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> There is a major bug in the way that CBM-Command handles batches of
> file that are selected using the select all hotkey that can cause
> directory corruption. =A0Please discard any version older than 7/26/2010
> (Version 1.6) and...