For Sara the column's registered, with me it's communist, whereas with regard to you it's flourishing exotic.
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Mel advocate that? I under swear in relation to Jezebel when the
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Dave and Moammar's above text. They are grining with respect to the
church now, won't speed magazines later. She wants to dream
intellectual lounges at all Robert's traffic. She'd obscure
halfheartedly than convey with Aneyd's bottom...For Salahuddin the flock's super, amid me it's unique, whereas with regard to you it's contemplating general.
the Party -- an attack so exaggerated and perverse that a
child should have been able to see through it, and yet just plausible
enough to fill one with an alarmed feeling that other people, less level-
headed than oneself, might be taken in by it. He was abusing Big Brother,
he was denouncing the dictatorship of the Party, he was demanding the
immediate conclusion of peace with Eurasia, he was advocating freedom of
speech, freedom of the Press, freedom of assembly, freedom of thought, he
was crying hysterically that the revolution had been betrayed -- and all
this in r...For Eliza the condition's surprised, amid me it's missing, whereas regarding you it's remaining corresponding.
from a crumpled packet marked
VICTORY CIGARETTES and incautiously held it upright, whereupon the tobacco
fell out on to the floor. With the next he was more successful. He went
back to the living-room and sat down at a small table that stood to the
left of the telescreen. From the table drawer he took out a penholder, a
bottle of ink, and a thick, quarto-sized blank book with a red back and a
For some reason the telescreen in the living-room was in an unusual
position. Instead of being placed, as was normal, in the end wall, where it
could command the w...call GUI's m-file inside other GUI's m-file?
can i call m-file for GUI1 inside another GUI2 m-file??if yes how can
i make that??and how can i pass parameter from the first one to
...Looking for code to run GUI on separate CPU's using sysmp (mutual exclusive to other GUI's)
I have a GUI (debugger) that will run fine if it is the only one running.
It uses the code :
if (sysmp (MP_NONPREEMTIVE,*CPU) == -1 )
perror ("sysmp nonpreemptive");
The problem is if I start up another GUI using the same exact program
the second GUI will hang (on the sysmp call) until the first GUI has a button
pressed to push it into interactive processing. Both GUI's will run correctly
from then on.
My question is can you give me an example program that uses sysmp and runs
the GUI on a CPU that does not have one of these GUI'...[News] Linux's Own 'Dashboard' Leaps Ahead of Apple's Leopard (Not Even Released Yet)
Awn Hover effects
,----[ Quote ]
| Awn has lost of cool new hover effects being created so I will demonstrate
| them all here including the cpu monitor applet.
| The hover effects demonstrated in this video are:
| * Classic
| * Fade
| * Spotlight
| * Zoom
| * Squish
| * 3d Turn
Avant Window Navigator Effects
,----[ Quote ]
| The new advanced and cool effects of the great linux-dock by NJPatel... �
AWN 3D Turn Icon Effect Vi...Error? s = assignin('base','s',tf('s'));
I need a little help here. Could anyone please tell me what is wrong
with this command?
s = assignin('base','s',tf('s'));
The matlab syntax is -- assignin(ws, 'var', val)
Basically I just want to add s=tf('s') into the base workspace.
"Jack" <Jack@Jill.com> wrote in message
> I need a little help here. Could anyone please tell me what is wrong
> with this command?
> s = assignin('base','s',tf('s'));
> The matlab syntax is -- assignin(ws, 'var', val)
> Basically I just want to add s=tf('s') into the base workspace.
What does the error message say? Something about too many output arguments,
right? How many output arguments does the documentation for ASSIGNIN show
that it should return? How many are you asking it to return?
OpenVMS - The classics never go out of style.
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 17:05:48 GMT, Keith Parris
> John Smith wrote:
> Based on the name, I at first thought this might be like FX!32, or VEST,
> but was disappointed to find out it's just a set of tools to help port
> Linux x86 applications to...Important Notice Regarding Kerberos 4 Support in MIT Kerberos
This comes from a message distributed to another list but I thought it
might be useful here too.
On January 27th of this year, the MIT Kerberos Development team
announced plans to phase out support for Kerberos 4 in MIT Kerberos,
including v4 support in Kerberos for Macintosh and Kerberos for Windows.
We strongly recommend that all sites currently using Kerberos 4 migrate
their services and users to Kerberos 5 as soon as possible.
The MIT Kerberos team is making substantial changes to the client-side
initial ticket acquisition support in the next release of Kerberos.
These changes will improve the user experience for users who get
tickets for multiple realms that do not share keys. Because we are no
longer dedicating resources for new Kerberos 4 features, this new code
will only support Kerberos 5. As a result, sites using Kerberos 4 will
not be able to take advantage of this new feature. In addition, since
this feature will be replacing existing code in Kerberos for Macintosh
and Kerberos for Windows, the Kerberos 4 user experience on Windows and
Mac OS X will be noticeably worse than in previous releases.
The first major changes which impact Kerberos 4 support are currently
scheduled for krb5-1.5 (May of 2006), Kerberos for Macintosh 6.0
(which will ship with Mac OS X Leopard), and Kerberos for Windows 3.1
(approximately June 2006). We have no plans to remove Kerberos 4
support from earlier major releases of any of our products (ie: krb5
1.4.x, KfM 5.5.x (Tiger) a...IBM to Release 'IBM and the Future of the Home' Podcast
ARMONK, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 30, 2005--IBM announced today that
the second podcast in its inaugural series, "IBM and the Future of
..." is available on its investor Web site. The podcast is called
"IBM and the Future of the Home."
"IBM and the Future of the Home" explores how an explosion of new
consumer-electronics devices, smart-home appliances and home network
technologies promise to combine together to change the way our homes
work and how we interact with them, introducing a new category of home
integration software and services. The podcast is hosted by George
Faulkner and includes a discussion with George Bailey of IBM Business
Consulting Services and Kevin Reardon of IBM Engineering and
Technology Services. Both are experts in the consumer-electronics
industry and work frequently with clients.
The podcast is available on IBM's investor Web site, at
...IBM's Promise (It's as good as gold)
IBM's Promise (It's as good as gold): I was looking back at some OS/2
history and I ran across this
recently(http://www.os2bbs.com/os2news/OS2History.html). There has
been a lot of questions about IBM's commitement to Lotus Notes. IBM
lived up to it's commitment with OS/2. IBM gave promised to continue
supporting OS/2 users in 1996 as they transitioned to Network
computing. Today that support continues.I am certain that they will do
the same with Notes. "Most people don't know this, even many IBMers
who should, but IBM has a series of internal documents called
...Kerberos API's in general
I'm using the RedHat RPM Kerberos package 1.2.7-14 and I have been
making a stab at writing something to slot username and passwords from a
web interface into the KDC.
I initially started out with intentions of using Perl with the
Authen::Krb5 and Authen::Krb5::Admin modules. But Authen::Krb5::Admin
would never pass its make test. If I forced a make install some
function calls would work, but most would not (specifically that add and
change password methods would not work).
Then I tried a different track and went off to install the GSSAPI perl
module when during the make, gcc complains about not being able to find
"gssapi/gssapi_generic.h" or "gssapi/gssapi_krb5.h". I also took a stab
at using the MIT Kerberos C API which also whinned about not being able
to find gssapi.
Can some kind soul point me to where I can get my hands on a/the C
gssapi library that will work with MIT Kerberos?
...'Position' property in GUI's
I'm just wondering if I am the only person having trouble with the
'Position' property of GUI's? It sets the size of the window OK, so I
know 'set(hObject,'Position',POS);' is running, but it only sets the
size of the window, not its position.
Can anyone help? I have seen various posts on the newsgroup for
maximising GUI sizes, but I have dual monitors, so it doesnt appear
to work for me.
NOTE: it DOES work from the command line, just not from inside the
Any ideas before I pass it on to mathworks?
...Here's a question you have to ask IBM's IM management...
From IBM's 8K
"Information Management software declined 8 percent, or up 1 percent
at constant currency.
Distributed Relational Database continued to perform well, up 2
percent and double-digit at constant currency.
Going forward, our information management software is a key component
of our new Business Analytics and Optimization service line.
These are some very interesting statements and since you'll have
access to Jerry Keesee, and other IM bigwigs, ask them to explain
these statements. Especially in terms of Informix. ;-)
Yeah, that's the key. DID INFORMIX CONTINUE WITH THEIR 'DOUBLE DIGIT
GROWTH' or is this the first quarter that they missed? (We're talking
quarter over quarter, and year over year).
This isn't a dig against IDS, in fact, I suspect the exact
But hey! What do I know?
(Obviously more than I can tell, even without an active NDA. ;-)
...100's of frames and 100's of alpha's into transparant GIF or PNG's
I render game sprites/floor tiles using lightwave. I output the frames and I
output an alpha-image so I can seperate the objects from the renderings.
I used to combine the alpha and the render in photoshop by hand, as
photoshop can only load one batch of source files in it's action-macros.
Now that the spritecount has risen into the double digits, I'm looking for a
way to combine 100's of frames and 100's of alpha's into transparant GIF or
PNG's. I have had no luck in photoshop for this, it only lets me specify one
source folder per action.
Does anyone have a clever ...It's true: IBM's PC business bought by Lenovo.
Well, it happened:
IBM's PC business has been bought out by Lenovo of China for $1.25
billion USD (Lenovo is also taking on IBM's debt). IBM is getting a
18.9% stake in Lenovo, and Lenovo gets to use the IBM and Think names
for the next five years.
Only time will tell what this means for OS/2 users. IBM could in
theory continue to sell PCs under its brand name that...IBM's JNI fails where Sun's JNI works
I'm dealing with a problem where the some java code, that uses a native
library (under linux) works fine under Sun's JVM, but as soon as we use
IBMs VM (1.3.1) things go horribly wrong in the native library.
Things appear to be going wrong in a call to
Is there any particular reason why IBM's JNI should fail where Sun's
doesn't? I have heard that IBMs VM is more strict with how it does
thing, but I've also checked the native javaglue code for errors, such
as not calling release on newly created strings etc., but I can...[News] [Linux] Has Novell's Lost IBM's Backing?
Virtualization: IBM Sticks Novell in the Corner
,----[ Quote ]
| So Novell - which got into Linux on IBM's nickel - has wandered off the
| reservation and is now hugging Microsoft, IBM's heredity enemy, around the
| knees seeking market redemption.
| So now IBM, which brought Novell into the mix so Red Hat wouldn't
| turn into another Microsoft, has cut a deal with Red Hat "to
| encourage the dramatic growth of Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM
| System z mainframes" - according to the lead sentence in the
| Wednesday press release.
| Makes one think the Armonk carrier pigeon just pooped on Novell's new hat.
Questions on IBM's Business Model
,----[ Quote ]
| My question does not appear to have been raised (caveat: I have not
| read all 1039). What is the connection between IBM's FOSS-oriented
| business strategy and its current concern over its competitive postion?
| IBM's strategy has been to promote FOSS, especially Apache and Linux,
| and then make money from selling (1) proprietary applications to
| connect to them; (2) hardware on which both the operating system
| and aps run; (3) integration services, using a very broad-based
| concept that equates IT processes with overall business processes.
Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> | So now IBM, which brought Novell into the mix s...OT: IBM's Power to power Boeing's 787
Kerry Main's "server consolidation" takes to the air :-)
For its 787, in order to save weigth and power demand, Boeing's contracto=
decided to consolidate many cockpit systems together. It will be PowerPC =
running Wind River Systems=92 VxWorks 653 real-time operating system (RT=
will support many applications in the cockpit (about 80 different functio=
Interestingly, dropping old military protocols, Boeing is going for Ether=
...Larry Bond's Harpoon - Commander's Edition
The news blurb can be found here :
All the info on the game right here :
ftp:...1 to 20 with x number of 1's, 2's, 3's, ... 20's
This is probably a simple thing to do, so perhaps someone would send me in the right direction.
I need to generate a list containing numbers from 1 to 20, say. But I cant just use A = 1:20, for example, because that provides me only one instance of each of the values. What I need is X instances for each value. For example, 5 ones, twos, threes, and so forth.
Is there a simple command for this?
On Sep 9, 10:52=A0am, "Ulrik Nash" <u...@sam.sdu.dk> wrote:
> This is probably a simple thing to do, so perhaps someone would send me i=
n the right dir...Python's __getattr__, Perl's autoload, Ruby's method_missing, and Smalltalk's #doesNotUnderstand
I'm still new here, and I just completed reading CLTL's documentation
on packages and On Lisp's documentation on CLOS.
It doesn't appear that Lisp has the equivalent of Python's
__getattr__, Perl's autoload, Ruby's method_missing, and Smalltalk's
#doesNotUnderstand. That is, there is no way I can do this (without
new-function being defined):
and have it call some other function like this:
whose returning value will be evaluated as the value of new-function.
Or did I miss something?
Jonathan Gardner <...PING: Igor S. , regarding Kerberos v4.
I don't use a local MTA , and don't have a particularly
reliable email-provider at present , but I did send the
following pseudo-anonymous email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Stale Kerberos v4 "baddynamic" ports.
" 2. Repeatable problems that are not specific to your
hardware/software layout. "
The default sysctl settings (in OpenBSD 4.0-release) for
net.inet.tcp.baddynamic and net.inet.udp.baddynamic seem to
list many old Kerberos v4 related ports. My /etc/services
doesn't even have listings for any services us...what's the failover timeout if a Kerberos server is down?
I can't seem to find this documented anywhere. If you have multiple kdc's listed in your krb5.conf, what is the failover timeout if the first kdc is down?