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    [ubuntu] Re: Xen and make world problems

    Any progress yet? I don't have a solution, but a few (probably obvious) suggestions. Make sure you run 'make clean', or 'make distclean' in between failed builds. This has made a difference for me...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu dom0 vmx problem

    How are you certain that you are creating an HVM? Was there a step in the setup process where you selected "Full Virtualization"?

    I can't help you much here because I don't use the virt-manager...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu dom0 vmx problem

    If 'xm dmesg' mentions that VMX is enabled, you should be ok.

    For example, on my system, running 'xm dmesg | grep VMX' returns:
    (XEN) VMX: Supported advanced features:
    (XEN) VMX: EPT is...
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    Re: installing shared object files

    Where is the .so file? The command 'dkpg -L freeglut3-dev' should show you the install location for each file in the package. Once you find the install loc of the so, could you add the directory to...
  5. Re: Python: How can I read last line in file and format the text?

    A few comments:
    - myvar is a file
    - lst is a list
    - lst[len(lst) - 1] is a string
    - You assign the string to the file ref, then try to close the ref (which is now a string and should throw an...
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    Re: c++ calculator program problem

    There are quite a few errors in your code.

    -Check to make sure all of your strings are fully quoted.
    -case statements should end in ':', not ';'
    -re-evaluate our 'cin' operations. You are...
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    Re: Easy Ubuntu Clustering

    The scope of EasyUbuntuClustering is very wide, which might be why the discussions on this thread have been so broad.

    Is it realistic for an 'easy' clustering solution to cater to inexperienced...
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    Re: why the attraction of .net

    Selecting a programming platform is a complicated endeavor. For better or worse, employers might choose .net because:

    o The local talent pool is primarily experienced with .net.
    o The company...
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    [xubuntu] Re: How to shut off system beep

    Try using the command 'xset'. Open a terminal and run 'xset -b off'.
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    [other] Re: simulating conditions using fake logs

    Can you clarify a few things?

    Are the students working in a live environment, or just looking at logs? What do you mean by 'replace the logs'? Why wouldn't you just copy them to a different...
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    Re: Book Suggestions

    This is a classic book that teaches theory and can be used as a reference when you are selecting, designing, implementing, or upgrading the algorithms in your next project. I highly recommend it,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Funny errors with "Child Proscess"?

    A few quick questions:

    What is the relation between myprog and myprog.jar? Does one file refer to the other (like a java wrapper)? What are the permissions of the file when you run 'ls -l...
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    Re: Blender and Crystal Space

    Both Blender and Crystal Space have complicated dependencies, and contain modules that are frequently updated. Consider using the latest versions from their web-sites, and be prepared to check the...
  14. [ubuntu] Automated real-time deployment of Virtual Machines

    Hello All,

    I'm looking for suggestions, feedback, and ideas regarding a design for a cluster that hosts virtual machines. If you know of any tools that can automate, simplify, or provide better...
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    Re: Please help!! Compiling errors.......

    The compiler messages look like warnings, and not errors. Can you attach the full compiler output?

    Also, try to strip your program to the smallest amount of code necessary to display the error. ...
  16. Thread: C++ frameworks

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    Re: C++ frameworks

    Good question.

    For starters, consider the Boost framework. All code is peer-reviewed, well debugged, and actively supported. http://www.boost.org

    Some excellent implementations of design...
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    Re: Programming in C

    Can you describe the eclipse application? The title of this thread is 'Programming in C', but the error you are receiving was generated by java. Did you select the project, then select 'run as...'?
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    Re: A graphical C compiler?

    I recommend using 'ddd'. It isn't a graphical compiler (or a compiler at all), but it does allow you to isolate and walk through the components of the compilation process (such as linking and...
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    Re: Compile error with makefile

    Be patient, working with build and deployment scripts (such as makefiles) takes practice. The compiler messages can be cryptic, but informative if you know what to look for.

    From the compiler...
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    [ubuntu] Re: scripting applications....

    Good general comments on usage of shell scripts in this thread. If you need help with the idea above, consider creating a script with the following utilities:

    wget: Provides programatic access...
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    Re: Compile error with makefile

    From my suggestions, your #Flags section should look like:



    #Flags
    DEBUG = -g
    CFLAGS = -Wall -c $(DEBUG) -pthread
    LFLAGS = -Wall $(DEBUG) -Lusr/log4cpp/lib -llog4cpp -pthread

    NOTE: I...
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    Re: Compile error with makefile

    I think you are very close to a solution. The makefile looks good, with the exception of the LogMethod.o target.

    By using ${CFLAGS} in this particular compile command, you are including the '-c'...
  23. Re: Graphical Averaging Tools - Specifically Scanning Probe Microscopy

    Just a heads up, this suggestion might be overkill for your purpose.

    I frequently perform filtering and aggregate statistical calcs on fairly large data sets (10GB or so). I almost always use a...
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    [all variants] Re: clustering question

    Are you running completely different programs on each machine? If so, why not open up a session on the desktop (from your laptop via ssh), and run the more compute intensive apps from that terminal?
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    [all variants] Re: View images in CLI browser?

    Probably more info than you want about cookies in lynx: http://caunter.ca/README.cookies

    I actually run 'lynx -accept_all_cookies', but this is not suggested.

    Is there an x-server running on...
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