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  1. Thread: Matlab 7.4

    by nszabolcs
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    Re: Matlab 7.4

    if you want an absolute javaless matlab environment then use
    matlab -nodisplay

    (unfortunately matlab has poor readline support so it's unusable)

    try ubuntu's sun-java
    try the MTOOLKIT and...
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    Re: Electrical engineering softwares?

    instead of matlab i'd recommend scipy if you know python
    (i still use matlab under linux because it has some usefull toolboxes)

    i also recommend geda (opensource circuit designer)
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    Re: C++ Standard Documentation

    unfortunately the above links has nothing to do with the C++ standard

    if you want _the_ C++ language specification then you should look around on http://www.open-std.org/

    direct link to the...
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    Re: HOWTO: Mount NTFS volumes with write support

    use add/remove applications or synaptic package manager or aptitude or apt-get install etc.
    select and install the listed packages
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    Re: Video Playback in Python

    http://www.pymedia.org for codecs (~ffmpeg binding)
    http://www.pygame.org for displaying the video (SDL binding)
    Edit: oops, now i see you don't want pymedia, sorry (are you trying the latest code?)
  6. Re: performance(speed) comparison of Python and C

    There is a cool programming contest, www.challenge24.org (It is held in every year and you can use anything you want. In this year the first round will be on 02.26. and you can still register). Last...
  7. Re: performance(speed) comparison of Python and C

    here is an old numerical computing benchmark:
    http://old.scipy.org/documentation/weave/weaveperformance.html
    (the results can be found at the end of the page)


    you can use/test the functions...
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    Re: How to learn Python fast ?

    http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.python
    official docs, faq, beginners guide
    and again: use the interpreter ( dir(obj) ... )
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    Re: How to learn Python fast ?

    my recipie:

    Run through the official tutorial and try to learn from examples. (well you may find useful http://diveintopython.org/ or http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCSpy/ i haven't read them)...
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    Re: HOWTO: Latest NVIDIA drivers

    does gedit work without sudo?
    when i first installed breezy i skipped a few installation step and i ended up with a broken sudo under gnome. (ie. any gnome application startup was more than 5 min...
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    Re: Who is in? :D

    i wish you good luck for your project

    FWIW my recommendation
    for those who are interested in:

    - what's going on in the python community:
    http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.python
    (also...
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    Re: Anything in Ubuntu like JCreator for Java

    eclipse (best java ide)
    jedit (text editor with some useful java plugins)

    both written in java (= not gtk widgets but nice, slow, needs jre)
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    Re: Can't get gtk hello world to work :)

    did you installed gtk development packages? (libgtk2.0-dev)
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    Re: Whatever Happened to Type Checking?

    python have dynamic type checking:


    >>> s = '12'
    >>> n = 3
    >>> n+s
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
    TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for +: 'int' and...
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    Re: November 2005 Desktop Thread

    http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/1953599/

    colors are different but the img is the same

    there are lots of nice stuff in deviantart / wallpapers / minimalistic
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    Re: HOWTO: Compile MPlayer with a GTK2 GUI

    your processor doesn't have SSE2 instruction set support

    the best solution is to build mplayer yourself
    (you'll need mplayer source, build tools and dev packages then run make and enjoy your...
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    Re: python programmer to consult me

    same here

    well, i'd rather see a fixed gFTP than writing a new client from scratch, but if you write one then i'm willing to help.
  18. Thread: Python Gui ?

    by nszabolcs
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    Re: Python Gui ?

    i've already tried Boa, SPE, wxGlade, but i didn't like them (they feel unnecessarily bloated).

    for cross platform gui development i always use wxpyhton + xrced
    (xrced is included in wx: from...
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    Re: Unoffical Ubuntu Bookmarks

    http://packages.ubuntu.com/
    search (the contents of) packages of different ubuntu versions.

    https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu
    bugs, bounties, translation
  20. Re: How-To: 2.6.14 Vanilla Kernel (latest) + ck Patchset (Enhanced Performance kernel

    Not necessary.
    http://members.optusnet.com.au/ckolivas/kernel/
  21. Re: HOWTO: Make OpenOffice.org start in just a couple of seconds

    i haven't tried it myself, but according to this article everything is still available through menus although some tools won't work and give warnings:...
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    Re: HOWTO: Compile MPlayer with a GTK2 GUI

    i dont think there is much difference
    here is mine: (cvs version)
    http://xs51.xs.to/pics/05424/Screenshot.png.xs.jpg
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    Re: HOWTO: Compile MPlayer with a GTK2 GUI

    get the cvs version of mplayer:
    http://www.mplayerhq.hu/homepage/design7/dload.html#cvs

    it alredy has gtk2 support (--enable-gui) and compiles with gcc-4.0.2

    if you want to build a debian...
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    Re: Windows programs you can't live without...

    hmm ?
    is there a way to copy/move files between directories in nautilus/rox/konqueror just using the keyboard ?
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    Re: Windows programs you can't live without...

    try avidemux


    lots of people seems to like it.
    i dont know what's so special in it, i never used it under xp. (i used a totalcommander plugin to browse/compres/decompress rar files or other...
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