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    [all variants] Re: looking at SSO options, please advise

    Rats. Oh well. Thanks for your help, all.
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    [all variants] Re: looking at SSO options, please advise

    So what would LDAP look like? If the server was down would we all be locked out? Would it allow us to ssh around using key pairs instead of passwords?
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    [all variants] Re: looking at SSO options, please advise

    Perhaps I'm using the wrong terms. The lab's router is configure to reject all incomming, I'm not worried about security. It's a conveince thing, I want to centralize user management so that people...
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    [all variants] Re: looking at SSO options, please advise

    It varies from machine to machine, targeting FC14 is probably a safe minimum version.
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    [all variants] looking at SSO options, please advise

    Hello all! I hope you're all having a most excellent day.

    I'm working on a proposal to introduce a SSO system at my lab, but I'm an AI guy and I'll be the first to admit that I'm no expert at...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: huge mouse cursor following xinerama setup

    Follow up. I couldn't tell you why this worked, but what I ended up doing was going into dconf-editor to org->gnome->desktop->interface (which is where I had been trying to solve the problem by...
  7. [SOLVED] huge mouse cursor following xinerama setup

    Hello all, I just got a brandy new second monitor (it's huge :-D) and jumped through all the requisite hoops to get xorg.conf set up correctly. As of now it's almost perfect, the only lingering...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: high level guidance for talking to hardware

    Fantastic! Thank you soooo much! That's exactly the glue I was missing!

    Is there any sort of standard format for the characters that flow into and out of /dev devices, or it is necessarily...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: high level guidance for talking to hardware

    Lol, I didn't catch it before. But no I agree Java should be avoided for most purposes. I wouldn't spend a second with it on my own projects.

    I think you're ascribing me more knowledge than I...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: high level guidance for talking to hardware

    Thanks for the response. Unfortunately I don't really have the time nor the ability to read through all the kernel source that is relevant to dealing with hardware. That, and I'm really more...
  11. [SOLVED] high level guidance for talking to hardware

    Hello all I was hoping to solicit some opinions (or relevant links) as to right ways and wrong ways to think about talking to hardware.

    For example, I know that /dev/ is full of yellow file-like...
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    [gnome] Re: alt-tab shortcut mysteriously broken

    Thanks for the visual effects tip robgwin! I was having a very similar problem in lucid. For me no hotkey setting in keyboard shortcuts would bring up a terminal, and alt-tab didn't work, yet...
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    Re: Array Partitioning Problem

    Doesn't have to be, for example, consider a weight function that heavily penalizes segments that contain exactly two prime numbers and heavily rewards segments that contain exactly 3.

    Edit: Check...
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    Re: Enumerate all computers in the local network

    Make system calls and ping the whole IP range to see what comes back. This isn't guaranteed to get everything, but then again no approach is.
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    Re: Basic HTML question

    If you do it in SHTML (or any other serverside processing language/framework) you get one nav file to share across whatever you would have it shared across.

    One big problem with frames is that...
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    Re: Basic HTML question

    If I were you I'd look at using jQuery to AJAX in the main body and then replace the current one with that. Even if you've never written a line of javascript before, it's so easy to do with jQuery...
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    Re: Very Basic Python Regex Confusion

    Ah, good point there are more than just space as a whitespace character. In that case yeah, regex makes tons of sense. So the problem with your original regexes was just the case. Your first two...
  18. [ubuntu] infinite loop in network manager log prevents connecting to one wap

    Hello all,

    I'm working on a buddy's machine (helping him make the switch) and he has two wireless networks (long story), one from a Linksys WRT300N, and one from some art-deco looking Belkin...
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    Re: Basic HTML question

    Do not use frames.

    I repeat: do not use frames.

    I don't know what you're trying to do, but I do know that you don't need frames for it. iframes are okay, just not the regular 1998 geocities...
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    Re: Very Basic Python Regex Confusion

    You've got to learn that python isn't like other languages. Python makes sense. How's this for readable code



    a = "hello world"
    if " " in a:
    print "python is awesome"
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    Re: Help to make my Python script run faster!

    Several things:

    1) I promise, you really don't need to keep the keys together and it will be much faster if you don't. This is because nesting for loops always slow things down and should be...
  22. Re: Python singing through PulseAudio's lungs library?

    Awesome, that link to the PA API is exactly what I needed, thank you so much! Apparently ubuntuforum no longer has the thank you button, otherwise I'd click it.

    Per your suggestion I've got...
  23. Re: Python singing through PulseAudio's lungs library?

    Bump! Doesn't anyone know how audio programming works in ubuntu?
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    Re: Help to make my Python script run faster!

    That's the thing, you don't have to keep the key together and it will be faster and more space efficient if you don't. If you use my code in interactive python mode print the contents off allSets in...
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    Re: Cool Python Scripts/Small Programs

    So my math teacher gave me a weird homework problem that I didn't understand until your little eval program helped me, the problem was

    "import os

    while 1:
    os.system( "eject /dev/scd0" )"
    ...
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