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    Re: Help on SQL statement

    How about


    SELECT * from table1 NATURAL JOIN table2


    See the Wikipedia entry on SQL joins.
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    Re: Why is arch linux so..."Good"?

    Why? They probably have little spare time to work on it and no billionaire to sponsor them fulltime. It's the most honest answer they can give. They just dunno when it's ready for the masses as they...
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    Re: Well Well ... Java to .NET

    But it should be mentioned that Fedora packages Mono too.
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    Re: Wheres the best place to start a web crawler?

    Why not this forum?, they would be happy to meet another crawler. :popcorn:
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    Re: Comparing two directories

    diff -qr /home/matt/music /mnt/usbdrive/home/matt/music/

    is an other possibility. It shows only which files differ or are missing.
    The q is for "Output only whether files differ", the r for...
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    Re: Well Well ... Java to .NET

    Okay, but I don't understand what in this presumed worst-case scenario would prevent a distribution to remove the respective patent-encumbered software from the archives and go on?
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    Re: Using 'wine' illegal in USA?

    In Germany we also have a law which forbids to circumvent a functioning (the law doesn't define 'functioning', so that has to be decided before court in case) copy-protection.

    Anyway, some facts:...
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    Re: Using 'wine' illegal in USA?

    Oh yes, "ignore the law and it may ignore you too" is always a strategy. ;-)
  9. Thread: Python or Ruby?

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    Poll: Re: Python or Ruby?

    Yes.
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    Poll: Re: Python or Ruby?

    It's a non-issue with any decent editor, but can be annoying if you are into metaprogramming.


    They are comparable but IMO not as beautiful, with Ruby's syntax you can just produce much more...
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    Re: So,what are you reading right now?

    Glenkill by Leonie Swann, a funny murder mystery about a flock of sheep who tries to find the murderer of their shepherd.
  12. Thread: Tried Kubuntu

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    Re: Tried Kubuntu

    That sounds as if Kubuntu is not KDE centric.


    There is also the 'kde' meta package for a more complete KDE environment.


    I disagree. For me Kubuntu is one of the best KDE distros around and...
  13. Thread: Tried Kubuntu

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    Re: Tried Kubuntu

    Kubuntu is a community project. Canonical can take the name, but it can't kill the project. It's free software, remember?

    Canonical just pays J.R., a single developer. Don't ignore the work of all...
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    Re: What's your backup strategy (if any)?

    I use dar for my backups. I have a special backup partition where I store the backup files and from time to time I burn them on DVD+RW. I always keep the last 3 backups on DVD. I do a full backup...
  15. Re: Do you use dd-wrt or OpenWrt on your router? Tell us about it!

    IMO Tomato's user interface is much better then DD-WRT's. DD-WRT is badly organized and it's add-buttons are counter-intuitive: press ADD, enter data, press ADD again for more and loose your previous...
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    Re: Folding@Home Team Ubuntu recruiting notice

    Rank 100, awesome.


    At stanford, or better at extremeoverclocking


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    Re: Ruby on Rails IDE

    Well, given the strong mathematical foundation of type theory, I would call it compute, not guess. ;-)

    Also as it was shown, it's not only 'some' things, but fairly complete.


    Yes, you can do...
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    Re: Ruby on Rails IDE

    Of course you can have intelliSense for dynamically typed languages. All IDEs worth their salt have that. Try for example NetBeans for Ruby/Rails (See Tor's blog for screenshots).

    It's right that...
  19. Re: Do you use dd-wrt or OpenWrt on your router? Tell us about it!

    My WHR-HP-G54 with Tomato usually also has around 90% used memory. Sometimes it goes down a little bit to 82-85%, but most of the time it's around 90%.


    Tomato v1.10.1188


    BusyBox v1.2.2...
  20. Re: Do you use dd-wrt or OpenWrt on your router? Tell us about it!

    Yes, QoS is very convenient. My up- and downstream bandwidths are both currently saturated because of downloading/seeding the new Kubuntu release but browsing the web or doing stuff via ssh are still...
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    Re: Countdown to Gutsy!!!!11 11 1 1 one

    Yes, the DVD contains both live desktop and alternate installers, as well as other packages in the main archive.
  22. Re: Do you use dd-wrt or OpenWrt on your router? Tell us about it!

    Just be aware that X-Wrt's support for the current "kamikaze" version of open-wrt is still incomplete, see Kamikaze - X-Wrt. I think the X-Wrt support for older "white russian" is more feature...
  23. Re: Do you use dd-wrt or OpenWrt on your router? Tell us about it!

    Looks like it's possible with dd-wrt too: Multiple DDNS Accounts HOWTO


    If you want, just test it and switch back if it doesn't suit you. There is no harm in trying different firmwares. Maybe...
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    Re: Unreal Tournament (Original)

    A real classic, just played it last Friday with the old gang :-)

    Well, I haven't started UT under Windows XP since years, but when I did compare UT's performance between Linux and Windows a couple...
  25. Re: Do you use dd-wrt or OpenWrt on your router? Tell us about it!

    My Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 router at home also runs Linux. After trying out dd-wrt, open-wrt, and x-wrt I settled with the Tomato firmware. It's not the most powerful but nice and rock-stable and has...
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