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    Re: "Quotes" - Share your favorite here :)

    "Life is in dynamic equilibrium, it blows and sucks" on bathroom stall in college physics building


    "An optimist says the glass is half full, a pessimist says the glass is half empty, a realist...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Python bytecode questions

    They (.pyc files) are stored in the same directory as the .py files. It is my understanding that Python compares the date of the .py file to the .pyc file and does a recompile if the .py is newer. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Thunderbird email notification

    This is working fine for me:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/11530/
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    [all variants] Re: Borderless Photo Printing?

    My 4x6 photo paper has a 1/2" section that tears off. The paper is fed so that this end is last. I selected 4x6 borderless paper in Gimp for my HP printer, made sure that Gimp thought the picture...
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    [all variants] Re: Borderless Photo Printing?

    Just did a bunch of them with Gimp.
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    Re: Does your daughter use Linux?

    Our server is Ubuntu, my desktop is Ubuntu, my wife's desktop is Ubuntu, the laptop dual-boots with XP & Ubuntu, my 25 year old daughter uses Ubuntu, and my 22 year old son uses XP. We all play WoW...
  7. Re: How do I concatenate a defines and a string in the C Programming Language

    glob(CONFIG_PATH, 0, NULL, &gl);

    The C preprocessor will replace all instances of CONFIG_PATH with it's definition during compilation. As far as the compiler is concerned, there is no difference.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: A Ubuntu/Linux Equivalent to Norton Ghost

    I like clonezilla. There's also Ghost4Linux
  9. Re: is there a platform independent c++ socket library and tutorial?

    Look at SDL. Not only will it give you a common networking library but also graphics, audio, etc. There's even a couple of gaming libraries.
  10. [all variants] Re: Compile simple C program - what packages needed

    The only thing you should have to install is build-essential.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ext4 on Web Server

    Think about it this way: your 'normal' hard drive transfer rate is several orders of magnitude faster than your Internet connection.
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    Re: using pointers to loop through 2D array

    Well, if your arrays are of the same data type and size, just use a memcpy:


    int a[5][5];
    int b[5][5];

    memcpy(b, a, sizeof(a));
  13. Re: Programming in both Linux and Windows with GUI?

    Well, I have to disagree with the comment about wxWidgets, probably because I'm using it.

    I've written several programs for our networked system that passes data around between the programs...
  14. Re: Question about OOP PHP5 and proper app structure

    PHP, like all script interpreters, reads and processes the entire file. For things like classes and functions, it creates objects to be used later when they are referenced but this is why you can...
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    Re: Post pictures of your cat!

    Darius and Maggie.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=100754&stc=1&d=1232673611
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    Re: what's a union i c/c++, when to use

    I especially use unions when writing device drivers or communication protocols. Here's a good example:

    Say I want to talk to a device over a serial port. The protocol utilizes a packet structure...
  17. Re: Will Jaunty be doing away with swap partitions?

    I'm an embedded systems developer and have dealt with flash memory for years. Flash memory wears out when it is erased, not when it is written. The data sheets all tell you how many erase cycles it...
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    Re: Wine 1.1.11

    If you want the latest Wine packages, use the Wine repository.
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    Re: Which GUI module for python?

    I use wxPython probably because I also use wxWidgets for C++ programming and you are allowed to use it for commercial applications.
  20. Re: Any FTP Client That Allows Me to Save Login Password?

    I've been using the FireFTP addon to Firefox for a while now and am very happy with it.
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    Re: Cross Platform Rad tools

    We have used both GCC (via MinGW) and MS's compiler (yes there is a free version) to build wxWidgets apps. If you use the GCC compiler, it will make it easier when you want to build the app on...
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    Re: A graphical C compiler?

    I use Eclipse at work for C/C++.
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    [ubuntu] Re: home server

    The server addition makes it easier to have some server applications installed, like Apache, MySQL, etc.

    What I did was install the server version then used apt-get to install ubuntu-desktop.
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    Re: Cross Platform Rad tools

    I've done some small Python programs that do DB access and use wxWidgets for a GUI. The only reason they are small is because it is Python :). wxPython only implements the GUI portions of...
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    Re: Cross Platform Rad tools

    No, there is no plan to replace wxDB. It is still in the 2.8.x series but will not be in 2.9.x or the new 3.x.

    From what I can gather when I started digging into some problems I had with wxDB, it...
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