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  1. Re: Weekly Programming Contest - Friday, Dec 1, 2006

    Here's my solution in C++.

    make contest1
    ./contest1
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    Re: Why don't people like Closed Source Software?

    I have not taken economics classes and do not pretend to know much about the subject, but just out of curiosity, how could a company make money developing a product that generates no revenue?

    This...
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    Poll: Minor wireless issue with Broadcom 4318 and Kubuntu 6.06

    As I posted here I managed to get my 4318 working great using ndiswrapper in Ubuntu. I prefer to use KDE, so after I knew it could work I installed Kubuntu 6.06 and followed the same procedure. It...
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    Poll: Re: 4318 Working

    Oh your guide was the first thing I tried. It's excellet, just didn't work with my hardware. With NDISwrapper it works perfectly with all default software and even works at full 54MBps.
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    Poll: 4318 Working

    First of all, thanks to all the posts on these forums I'm posting from a wireless connection, and I have a Broadcom 4318 "AirForce One 54g".

    Here's how I did it, maybe it'll help someone. You...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    Different Ubuntu, same result.

    It just seems like these 4318 chipsets do not want to work.

    I originally tried to make it work using the 64-bit version of Kubuntu Dapper. The very first time I...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    Hmmm... Looks like this is what I should do, as I have the same system. This is a bit discouraging though. I paid for a 64 bit processor and it would have been nice to finally use an OS that took...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    I'm using KDE, so I installed knetworkmanager, but still no luck. It still does not find any availible wireless networks. However when I manually tell it to connect to my network it must see it,...
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    Poll: Re: How to: Broadcom Wireless cards

    I followed a very similar guide on the wiki to try and get my Broadcom 4318 working in my Compaq V2000Z laptop. Only differences are I'm using Kubuntu and the bcmwl5.sys file form the compaq driver...
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    Re: HOW TO: Install and configure lm-sensors

    nevermind. I checked more carefully this time, and the driver I need doesn't exist yet. Looks like I need to wait.
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    Re: HOW TO: Install and configure lm-sensors

    First of all, great guide! Everything works, except the version of lm_sensors that installs through apt-get is 2.9.1, and the version that contains the driver for my sensors (SMSC 47M15x/192) is...
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