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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless driver install root password

    Have you tried running the install as root, not using sudo?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Funshion on Ubuntu

    You should check for a Chinese language pack. If I remember correctly, language packs are searchable in the package manager, This will give Ubuntu the ability to display the missing characters.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Java API Reference guide

    Hello,

    Is it a requirement that it be a book? Oracle maintains an online reference that explains all of the standard Java classes:

    http://download.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/

    Also, for the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Writing own shell

    Perhaps this helps: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1822557/determine-if-a-process-is-dead-or-not-by-pid

    Some of the other responses make good arguments about not using PID. Perhaps a mailbox...
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    Keyboard Listener in C++

    Hello,

    I have suddenly found myself with some free time and I want to learn a little about game development. I have decided to do something small using model-view-controller architecture. Just a...
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    Re: Visual Basic vs Visual C#

    The language you choose to write an application in should be determined by the specifications of the application. Each language has its strengths and weaknesses.
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    Re: print Python list ??

    total = items[:],sum


    This is your issue. You are printing a tuple which contains the list of values and the sum. This is why your output is this:



    ([1, 3, 4, 9, 2, 8, 1, 2, 7, 3, 6, 5],...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: How to get to Windows 7 Advanced Boot Options from GRUB

    Thanks, we tried the F8 thing, and it seems to be a Windows boot loader control. As far as killing the power, the boot error screen doesn't give us the option for which we are searching.
  9. [ubuntu] How to get to Windows 7 Advanced Boot Options from GRUB

    I am looking at this computer, running Ubuntu 10.10 and Windows 7, Home Premium with GRUB 2 as the boot loader. I am looking to get to the Windows 7 advanced boot options screen; however I think it...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How do I Program a GUI

    The answer to this question would change depending on the context in which you will be using your GUI.

    For UNR/GNOME, most programming languages have GTK packages that you could use. I am unaware...
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    Java Thread question

    I am having an issue with Java threads. I am attempting to create an object that will follow a SASE style observer pattern. The object will automatically notify its observers every second and needs...
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    [SOLVED] Re: JFrame and JPanel visibility issues

    Thanks for the reply. I spent some time looking over the API for a solution that I could sell to my team mates. In the long run I choose to do this:



    private void...
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    [SOLVED] Re: JFrame and JPanel visibility issues

    Upon a lot more inspection. NetBeans does some restrictive grouping of components in the initComponents() function. That being said, I changed the init function by using an easier Layout and the...
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    [SOLVED] JFrame and JPanel visibility issues

    Hi, I am having this issue with JFrame/JPanel that I don't quiet understand. I have a JFrame that initially has an empty JPanel. On an event, I want to replace or fill this JPanel with another JPanel...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu fails to boot

    By any chance did you edit the grub config or menu.list file before/after installing? The contents of these files may be useful as well as output from:



    fdisk -l /dev/sda


    Assuming sda is...
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    [all variants] Re: Sony Handycam question

    Yes I notice a difference in the lsusb output and the devices shown in the /dev directory.

    lsusb shows make and model information about my camera when it is plugged in. But, there is no...
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    [all variants] Re: Sony Handycam question

    No luck on luvcview or firewire port on my box. I figure I will spend a good part of the weekend reading about about /dev/dsp devices, as I suspect that is where the information is being sent. Maybe...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Laptop won't go into suspend mode

    I had this issue last time I updated the kernel on my Gentoo box. For me it was acpi, which would tell your laptop to sleep when you close the lid. Anyway, acpi requires kernel modules be present to...
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    [all variants] Re: Sony Handycam question

    Laptop is an HP tx2z and no such luck with just plugging it in.

    I checked the /dev directory and noticed three extra entries when the camera is plugged in:



    audio1
    dsp1
    mixer1
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    [all variants] Re: Sony Handycam question

    Thanks for the reply,

    I guess I had some luck; the camera's information is listed in lsusb output.



    Bus 007 Device 003: ID 1b96:0001 N-Trig Duosense Transparent Electromagnetic Digitizer...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless Troubles

    For starters, it will be easier for you if you can go somewhere that you can connect your laptop to a network using Ethernet connection. Wired connections almost always work out of the box, in my...
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    Re: Recommended C++ editor and compiler

    The g++ compiler comes as part of GCC which should already be on your box. Simple editors are Gedit (GNOME) and Kate (KDE) which do keyword color coding and bracket highlighting. One of those two...
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    [all variants] Sony Handycam question

    I have a Sony DCR-TRV480 which records video to digital-8 tape. It has USB, Firewire, and av(RCA) out. It has USB stream capability. The camera is five years old now. I am trying to get video from...
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    Re: C++ Operator Overloading Problems

    Thanks for the reply. I changed the add function and operator + to return the new row; removing the reference and calling the function const. I understand that this is against convention; however, I...
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    C++ Operator Overloading Problems

    I am having an issue with operator overloading. I don't usually program in C++; so, I imagine that my issue is fairly simple. Here is what I have:



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    Row & Row::operator +(const Row& toAdd){...
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