How can I read a spreadsheet file up to 140MB?
I can not read a 141MB spreadsheet file for my application. I got a LabVIEW message : Not enough memory .
How can I do ?
How are you reading the file? How many points are in it? How is the file structured? What is your LabVIEW version? Did you write the file with a LabVIEW program?
Additionally: What are your computer specs? How much RAM? What else have you got running? Questions, questions.
I am reading my file with readspreadsheet file.vi LabVIEW 8.0. The file was created by LabVIEW 8.0, too (using write to spreadsheetfil...Novell giving back to OSS
'Giving back to OSS' - Novell
Alastair Otter May 28 2004 -
Novell this week said its involvement in the open source community is
intended to foster greater development in the sector. Ed Anderson,
Novell's vice president for enterprise, said during the opening address
ofthe three day long Brainshare conference that the company is trying to
"give back to the open source community more than we have taken from it."
"Open source also recognises that one size does not fit all and offers
us the opportunity to make the software fit our and your needs."
... &qu...IBM Rapid Restore
I now understand TV R&R on my R51 TP, now I'm ready to tackle my
wife's T41, which has IBM Rapid Restore as the back-up utility.
First question, is IBM RR equivalent to TV RR? If not, which is
better? She has all of the ThinkVantage utilities, with the exception
of R&R. She has never done a System Update.
She has not knowingly backed up her system, but there are 2 files
under 'Single File Restore' that were created in 2004 and again in
2005. Each one appears to contain all the files on her system. I can
not right-click these files to see how large they ...m4a files
Is there any os/2 app to play these?
> Is there any os/2 app to play these?
Dunno, not familiar with the file extension.
What are they? - video or audio; and what would Windows use to play them?
On Wed, 18 Oct 2006 18:48:34 UTC, Peter Brown
-> Hi Pete
-> Pete wrote:
-> > Is there any os/2 app to play these?
-> > TIA,
-> > Pete
-> ...I am Back!
After a much needed and lengthy rest, I have decided to return. So
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On Friday, February 15, 2013 12:09:09 AM UTC-5, Chance Furlong wrote:
> After a much needed and lengthy rest, I have decided to return. So
> trolls, prepare to clear on out of Megakat City!
On 2/15/13 12:14 AM, MuahMan wrote:
> On Friday, February 15, 2013 12:09:09 AM UTC-5, Chance Furlong wrote:
>> After a much needed and lengthy rest, I have decided to return. So
>> trolls, prepare to clear on out of Megakat City!
>...Errors on restoring a 7.1.2 dump to 7.3.3
On restoring a plain-text SQL script file dumped from a version 7.1.2
database to 7.3.3 I got the following errors.
ERROR: copy: line 67568, Temporary log file is full
lost synchronization with server, resetting connection
ERROR: copy: line 66379, Temporary log file is full
lost synchronization with server, resetting connection
ERROR: copy: line 54948, Temporary log file is full
lost synchronization with server, resetting connection
ERROR: Default table space is full
Could any one tell me what this is indicative of and perhaps how to fix
it?...Backing store issue
I'm running IDL 6.2 on a SUN Blade 2000 running Solaris 8.0
I'm having a weird backing store problem. I have an application in
which I sometimes display very large images (eg 23123 x 3193 pixels).
What I do is create a scrolled draw widget of the same size as the image
and tv the image into that window. Then, I get to scroll around the
image very rapidly without having to issue any commands to redraw the
parts that become visible. It seems this should work fine as long as
the video card has enough memory.
However, the behavoir I am seeing seems as though IDL thinks the vide...Getting Files By Mail: Server Performance #708
FTPMail, Agora, etc. statistics for Mon 11 Jul 2005, posted Tue,=
12 Jul 2005 05:00:33 GMT
Less than 10 minutes
10 minutes-1 hour
More than 10 hours
Response within 4 hours in at least 5 out of 7 recent tests
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...CAnnot import Materials with .OBJ file... HELP!
I can't seem to import my materials with an .OBJ file that i export from
I can get the mesh to open in Lightwave, but, although there are
materials listed in the Surface editor, they are just the default
grey... Can anyone point out where I am going wrong?
MArtin Chiselwitt wrote:
> I can't seem to import my materials with an .OBJ file that i export
> 3ds max.
> I can get the mesh to open in Lightwave, but, although there are
> materials listed in the Surface editor, they are just the default
> grey... Can anyone point out where I am g...A look back.
I was looking for some references as to when precisely the Radius Full
Page Display was introduced and I found this:
"The Computer Chronicles", the guest host of which was none other than
Other guests on this show from October 16, 1986 included Michael Boich,
President of Radius Inc. (there to show off their new Full Page Display)
and Paul Brainerd of Aldus Corporation.
They have a collection of the shows at archive.org, so that's just got
to be worth a look!
Vancouver, British Columbia
&qu...Appeals Court Backs Bush on Wiretaps
By PETE YOST, Associated Press Writer
A federal appeals court sided with the Bush administration Friday on
an electronic surveillance issue, making it easier to tap into
Internet phone calls and broadband transmissions.
The court ruled 2-1 in favor of the Federal Communications Commission,
which says equipment using the new technologies must be able to
accommodate police wiretaps under the 1994 Communications Assistance
for Law Enforcement Act, known as CALEA.
Judge David Sentelle called the agency's reading of the law a
reasonable interpretation. In dissent, Judge Harry Edw...pgsql-server/src backend/catalog/index.c backe ...
Module name: pgsql-server
Changes by: email@example.com 03/09/28 21:05:25
src/backend/catalog: index.c pg_proc.c
src/backend/commands: dbcommands.c functioncmds.c indexcmds.c
tablecmds.c typecmds.c user.c vacuum.c
src/backend/parser: parse_coerce.c parse_func.c
src/backend/utils/adt: formatting.c geo_ops.c mac.c nabstime.c ...RE: Can't complete recovery following successful onbar restore #2
I have seen this a few times when I am doing multiple restores of live databases to a backup server. My solution has been to reboot
the server and start again.
The scripts I use delete all devices and volumes before it starts,
so is always starting from a clean position.
Easy to do on a test server. I have the luxury of being the only one to know
when I screw Up :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Neil Truby
> Sent: 29 January 2004 21:48
>...m file template
You all well know that when you create a new m-file
by right clicking in the file browser inside Matlab
a file with a prebuilt .m template for the function appears.
My question now is simple: how do you change that template?
Sorry to bother again, but perhaps this time will answer.
Let me also express my request more clearly.
When I create a new m.file in the workspace file browser the
name you give the file initialized the content of the
function script as follows (i am creating file dot_product.m):
function [ output_args ] = dot_product( input_args )
%D...Reading LAST line from text file without iterating through the file?
Is it possible to read the last text line from a text file WITHOUT reading the previous (n-1) lines?
On Wed, 23 Feb 2011 15:59:36 +0000, Robin Wenger wrote:
> Is it possible to read the last text line from a text file WITHOUT
> reading the previous (n-1) lines?
You'd need to use RandomAccess, seek to the end of the file, work your
way back looking for a linefeed/CR, and then slurp forward again into a
buffer. While seeking backwards you can count characters and thus know
exactly how big to make the StringBuilder for maximum efficiency.
...Call for Papers with Extended Deadline: Special Issue on Real Life Applications of Fuzzy Logic, Advances in Fuzzy Systems
Call for Papers with Extended Deadline: Special Issue on Real Life
Applications of Fuzzy Logic, Advances in Fuzzy Systems
Web site: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/afs/si/537295/cfp/
The objective of this special issue is to explore the advances of
fuzzy logic in a large number of real life applications and commercial
products in a variety of fields. Although fuzzy logic has
applications in a number of different areas, it is not yet known to
nonfuzzy people how it can be applied in different products that are
available in the market. For nonfuzzy people, the word =93fuzzy=94 is...File::Spec(::Unix) eludes me.
I'm trying to use the File::Spec module under Linux to make my code
more portable. However, it seems to have a non-intuitive handing of
the "up directory" string (".." under Unix.)
This first example is from the Perl 5.8.6 source code, so this is
the way it's "supposed" to work:
perl -MFile::Spec -e \
or using my simpler "/a/b/../c":
yields -> '/a/b/../c'
Isn't that better expressed "/a/c"?
The same thing happens wit...How to tell if a (script) file is being dotted?
I believe I can accomplish this by comparing the value of $0 with the
name of the file. $0 appears to be the calling script if a file is
being dotted or the file itself if it is being run directly. But what
if I don't know (or don't want to hardcode) the name of the file that
contains the code being run? Is there a *direct* way of telling in ksh
or bash that code is being run from a dotted file rather than from a
file being executed directly by the interpreter?
In other words, can you distinguish the following two cases, without
using the string "myfile"?
../...help:character statistic of text file
i had a text file as:
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5+yrs exp experience implementing and supporting the
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Sales-related experienc...Moving script with GpG from one system to another...secret key not available
I have a ksh script that was developed using gpg. It uses gpg to
encrypt/decrypt a file containing sensative information for viewing.
I know the passphrase when it was on the old system, but when I try to
run it on the new system I get errors about the key not being valid:
gpg: Signature made Thu Oct 03 10:15:10 2002 CDT using DSA key ID
gpg: encrypted with ELG-E key, ID 680B66A6
gpg: decryption failed: secret key not available
Now since I have all the compnents and I know the passphrase, do I
just need to re-sign the enc...back to the future! or the future is back?
synchronet BBS is running on ps2moussa telnet, or http
use it with caution :-)
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Hi Moussa !
> synchronet BBS is running on ps2moussa telnet, or http
> use it with caution :-)
Internet these days is largely business and entertainment.
If it comes to exchange knowledge and informations nothing beats a
newsgroup or a real BBS. And the more basic - the better. Keeping off
the dancing balonies and HTML crap. Some...Back Projection Kernel
Does anyone know how to create the back projection kernel for the IP
algorithm, I am referring to the Irani Peleg method for Super
...instructions for setting up a Beowulf system with Pcs
can anyone please refer me to a link (s) of how to setup a simple 10
node Beowulf parallel computer system especially the software setup.
I am only a beginer on Linux.
> can anyone please refer me to a link (s) of how to setup a simple 10
> node Beowulf parallel computer system especially the software setup.
> I am only a beginer on Linux.
quite out of date, but for a start a good point:
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Skills: Unix (HP-UX, Sun Solaris).
3+yrs exp administering servers, supporting end users,
providing back-up and disaster recovery planning
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