Looking for TRS-80 manufacturing stats #2
Anyone know an approximate number of units manufactured in the
I'm mostly interested in numbers for the following models:
Any guesses? Any authoritive answers
Kelly Leavitt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
: Anyone know an approximate number of units manufactured in the
: different models?
Maybe they have changed their tune, but back then, Tandy didn't disclose
sales figures of any of the computers, unless a given number suited them.
I suspect the Radio Shack corp of today barely even remembers that period
...TOEE: Where to rest?
Is there anywhere I can rest for free in TOEE? My party seems to keep limping
back from major battles and need several days to heal. The inn gets rather
Anonymous via the Cypherpunks Tonga Remailer wrote:
> Is there anywhere I can rest for free in TOEE? My party seems to keep limping
> back from major battles and need several days to heal. The inn gets rather
If you've cleared the tower at the entrance to the moathouse that's a
green tent area and safe to rest/craft.
On Wed, 8 Oct 2003 12:12:35 +0200 (CEST), Anonymous vi...a good website for softwares,sports,movies and music ,sex etc.
...an SE 'review' with no comment on how it works,, learning curve or bugs etc
and no other reviews poping up on google... thats a little odd for a
product promoting such severe adantages.
On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 01:42:13 -0700 (PDT), phil scott <email@example.com> wrote:
>and no other reviews poping up on google... thats a little odd for a
>product promoting such severe adantages.
Publication takes time but there is lots of noise by
Actual comments by real users would probably be
on the internal SE/UG BB...TOEE Demo?
Does anyone know the status of the demo? Is the KaZaa deal it? If that is
so, I am very disappointed.
...Re: Stats question
SAS/ETS features tools for forecasting and analyses of time series. But
first you'll need a better grasp of the data that you have and what a
"trend" is and isn't.
I'd call your sample of data a cross-section, time series. Each block of
state data contains an annual time series. A "trend" refers to
consecutively (or almost so) increasing or decreasing values. Each state
may have its own annual trend from 2003 to 2007. Alternatively, mean
values across states may have a different trend.
Trends could be linear or exponential. Time series may also exhibit
cycles ...How to turn on telnet etc?
Not being a sysadmin type, I have been struggling with getting
networking stuff to work in a new redhat linux 8 installation. It
seems that the default installation has most of the neworking services
turned off (in xinetd.conf, disallow = yes).
I made sure in the xinetd.conf section for telnet, disallow = no,
telnet and xinetd services were running, telnet would still fail.
Is there more to it than just turning on the services and setting
disallow = no?
On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 22:40:43 -0800, Ben wrote:
> Not being a sysadmin type, I have been struggling with getting
> net...spline/ stats toolbox?
Does matlab toolbox has the following features?
1. performing K-fold cross validation
2. Lasso regression (using K-fold cross validation to choose the
3. smoothing spline (or spline) for 2 or more independent variables
4. Can we do the natural spline in matlab easily (and with
2 or more independent variables)?
Someone should already have coded them.
If I get to level 10 with a single class character will I lose the option to
multiclass? It seems like I would since multiclassing is only an option
when you level and you cant level after 10. If I multiclass on my 10th
level, say for example to 9th level fighter/ 1st level rogue will I still be
able to level both of them after that?
"Adam Russell" <REMOVE_THIS_adamrussell@sbcglobal.net> wrote in
> If I get to level 10 with a single class character will I lose the
> option to multiclass? It seems like I would since...Stats for comp.lang.c (last 7 days) #9
Analysis of posts to comp.lang.c
(stats compiled with a script by Garry Knight)
Total posts considered: 1,329 over 7 days
Earliest article: Sat Nov 24 08:04:01 2007
Latest article: Sat Nov 24 06:04:02 2007
Original articles: 111, replies: 1,218
Total size of posts: 3,111,342 bytes (3,038K) (2.97M)
Average 189 articles per day, 0.42 MB per day, 2,341 bytes per article
Total headers: 1,536 KB bodies: 1...Troll-Free COLA Stats: Saturday the 19th of January, 2013.
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This report covers 193 articles received by this system to
newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy 
Toplist of Posters
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1. chrisv <firstname.lastname@example.org> 28 12060 66%
2. 7 <email_at_www_at_enemygadgets_dot...Another stats question
Here's one that's puzzled me for a while....
In books on regression, when they talk about looking at residuals, it'
often suggested that studentized residuals with absolute value larger
than 2 should be examined. But if the residuals are normally
distributed (as assumed by, e.g., ordinary least squares) then if the
data set is large, ought we not expect some to be larger than 2?
Shouldn't the cutoff for residuals that merit examination account for
Or am I missing something?
Peter L. Flom, PhD
Assistant Director, Statistics and Data Analysis Core
Center f...Dual boot issue: GRUB/NTLDR etc.
I'm deeeeply frustrated, guys... :o(
I'm struggling to dual boot my Debian Sarge with a pre-existing Windoz
XP. After seeking any good info all 'round the web, I'm begging your
I tried this sequence of approaches:
1) I installed GRUB over the master boot record (as the debian installer
option suggests in order to override the Windoz default boot manager,
aka NTLDR): the installer hanged up for an indefinite time (frozen?), so
it was necessary to restart the system (brute force!), while NTLDR was
yet there alive 'n' kicking (GRUB installat...TOEE... where to begin?
I hate early level D&D games. I hate it with a passion. I absolutely
abhor games where your characters have 7 hps, and could easily die in
one round if a dice roll sez so. It could be a surprise attack from
skeletons spawning right beside you, or it could be a critical hit, or
it could simply be a single attack that takes 7 hps off your health.
It's almost as moronic as resting 18 days just to heal the party after
a battle with 4 skeletons. I know it won't always be like that, but
it is during the early level D&D games.
Anyway, what is a good way of starting TOEE so my pa...Loading host service principal from /etc/krb5.keytab?
Should it be possible to load the host service principal from
/etc/krb5.keytab for the purpose of authenticating against an Active
Directory server? That is, should I expect this to work?
kinit -k host/buildmaster.example.com@EXAMPLE.COM
I invariably receive the following error message:
kinit(v5): Client not found in Kerberos database while getting
Everything else seems to be working fine (I can kinit as a user, and
those credentials are accepted for access to the server). The
specified principal is listed by 'klist -k':
---- --...a good website for softwares,movies and music etc. #2
Are there any decent trainers yet?
>From: Aquila Aquila@Aquila.com
>Date: 12/12/2003 4:42 AM Pacific Standard Time
>Are there any decent trainers yet?
I'm hosting one put together by someone from the ToEE forums:
Scroll down to the ToEE section.
-Well, God was my co-pilot....but we crashed into a mountain and I had to eat
www.atar.com/alexmars (yet another useless web site)
...KOTOR or ToEE?
I am getting a little burned out playing MMORPGs, and was going to pick up
one of these two games. I usually buy games like ToEE immediately, but
stayed away due to all of the bugs reported here. Which do you think is the
better game at this point?
> I am getting a little burned out playing MMORPGs, and was going to pick up
> one of these two games. I usually buy games like ToEE immediately, but
> stayed away due to all of the bugs reported here. Which do you think is the
> better game at this point?
If you like a game that's almost nothing but combat,...ToEE: anyone ever pickpocket anything cool?
i've pickpocketed almost everyone in hommlet and never once found
anything really interesting. anyone found anything of note?
...program for file permissions etc
Please, can anyone suggest a program (with downloading link) that I can
use to check for file system permissions, unusual configurations and
permissions seamlessly, along with other admin tasks?
On Wed, 22 Aug 2012 09:34:21 +0100, david nnaemeka wrote:
> Please, can anyone suggest a program (with downloading link) that I can
> use to check for file system permissions, unusual configurations and
> permissions seamlessly, along with other admin tasks?
You might be better off with a script that hooks into ls. Not sure if
there's a dedicated program to...[News] Another Set of New Lists of Applications for GNU/Linux (Groupware, Clipboard, Etc)
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9 of the Best Free Linux Groupware Software
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| Groupware software (or collaborative software) is
| designed to enable users to collaborate, regardless
| of location, via the internet or a corporate intranet
| and to work together in a virtual atmosphere.
| In an organisation, productivity rests on the
| intranet, and a groupware or collaboration server is
| what helps to make the intranet productive. This type
| of software provides critical services like email and
| address books, and establish communication via
| instan...Website with Perl-Tk RPMs/Source/etc.?
Is there a site that lists the various RPM's available, maybe source,
binaries? I've checked www.perltk.org, and am having trouble getting
through to www.bastille-linux.org to see their chart. Is there an
alternate location for the packages for linux?
Could use some input here!
> Is there a site that lists the various RPM's available, maybe source,
> binaries? I've checked www.perltk.org, and am having trouble getting
> through to www.bastille-linux.org to see their chart. Is there an
> alternate location for the packages for linux?...does sql server collect stats on full table scans?
Hi all. Anyone know if sql server collects stats on how many full
table scans a table gets and if so how do I get at those stats? Trying
to track down poorly indexed tables / processes and I am guessing that
sql server does have this data secreted away somewhere much like my
db2 and informix databases do.
On 20 Oct 2004 06:41:51 -0700, sumGirl wrote:
> Hi all. Anyone know if sql server collects stats on how many full
> table scans a table gets and if so how do I get at those stats? Trying
> to track down poorly indexed tables / processes and I am guessing that
> sql server does h...Stats Question
I am just learning the ways of BIND 9. I am new to dns. I have two dns
servers running with just a few people using them. I ran a rndc stats to
see how things were going. Contrasting what I am seeing in the book DNS
and BIND it looks like I have an inordinant number of nxdomain issues.
Here is the named.stats file:
+++ Statistics Dump +++ (1077898378)
--- Statistics Dump --- (1077898378)
+++ Statistics Dump +++ (1077912492)
--- ...Atari Online News, Etc. #08-32
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~ LinuxWorld Next Week! ~ Apple Previews Leopard ~ AOL Privacy
~ Pac-Man Goes Digital! ~ Google Protects Users! ~ IE 7+ Name
~ Web Solicitation Drops ~ Apple Dumps Power Mac! ~ AOL E-mail
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