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    How 64 bit differs on Linux and windows

    This is a seemingly simple question that I seem to be unable to find the answer to. On my Arch Linux 64 bit install I have to install the 32 bit libraries to get some 32 bit programs working (not...
  2. Thread: Git.help

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    Re: Git.help

    Thanks. I'm still really confused but I think I might be able to understand it in the morning.
  3. Thread: Git.help

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    Git.help

    I am looking into using a Revision control system for my projects. The main one I have been looking at is Git. I downloaded it and started using it with a basic text file. I have a few questions...
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    [ubuntu] Re: PEAP Version 2

    It's been 2 weeks. Anybody?
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    [ubuntu] PEAP Version 2

    My school has PEAP version 2. I can connect to it via windows fine. The Ubuntu network manager only has support for version 1 and 2.


    Also, under windows I connect via [domain name]\[user name]....
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    Re: Segmentation Fault?

    I just glanced over it, and this isn't the cause of the problem, but tmp should be dereferenced before it is printed to the console; otherwise, you are printing the address of tmp.
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    Windows Mobile Development?

    Is there anyway to program for a windows mobile phone from Ubuntu besides Java? Is there a way to program for it natively?

    I even attempted to do it from windows, but .Net Compact (I know it...
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    Re: Audio Library?

    I'm confused on how sound works in Linux. What does the sound server do and how do all of the libraries know how to talk to every sound server? How do libraries handle it on windows?
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    Audio Library?

    I want to dabble into audio programming, but I can't find a good library. I don't mean I need to play an mp3 player, but play specific frequencies - like a synth. Can I do this with GStreamer?
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    Re: How to begin AI?

    Thanks for the info. Basically, the class I'm taking allows us to create our own project and do it, so I have about 4 hours a week for 3 months of garunteed time + outside time. I'll read up on some...
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    How to begin AI?

    Hi, I want to make some type of learning ai for a school project. I'm not really sure what it will do, maybe learn paths? But I don't want it to just be pathfinding.

    I've been googling for a...
  12. Re: Made a C alarm program, wanting some feedback on it

    Did you check the dates?
  13. Thread: IDE Irony

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    Re: IDE Irony

    I did try it, but a simple hello world doesn't compile. It tried to include everything under /usr/include
  14. Thread: IDE Irony

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    IDE Irony

    In my search to find a good development environment in Linux I tried many things: Code::Blocks, Geany, Nano, Gedit, and Vim. All seemed to work and I used Geany and Vim for a while. Both worked fine...
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    VIM autocomplete

    I'm trying to use VIM to program with c++. I installed ctags and ran it on irrlicht with the setttings described here, then turned it on with vim etc. If I type irr (a namespace) and press ^], I am...
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    Poll: Re: Which text editor do you use?

    Dr. Pepper.
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    Re: My first game written in C!

    I agree with this. I didn't look at the code to see what it was doing, I just looked over it.
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    Re: My first game written in C!

    This is mostly personal preference but most people use
    if ()
    {
    }

    instead of the "java style" when writing C. Other than that, good luck with C. It's a very nice language.
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    Poll: Re: Which text editor do you use?

    I realized that after I made it but I am not sure if I can change it.
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    Poll: Which text editor do you use?

    I started using vim lately because one of my friends said I would be "cooler" if I used it. I knew it wasn't the case, but decided to learn it anyway because it seems more powerful than nano and...
  21. Thread: CMake

    by jacensolo
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    Re: CMake

    Did you read my questions? I was asking what cmake does and why it has those extra files and why my makefiles still rely on cmake. I'm not interested in writing my own makefiles because this project...
  22. Thread: CMake

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    Re: CMake

    Bump
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    Re: Best way to begin to learn programming.

    I also recommend C. If you start thinking on the level of C it will be easier to move to other languages (such as python, ruby, or Lua) than move from one of those to C.
  24. Thread: CMake

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    CMake

    My laptop runs Linux and my Desktop runs windows, so naturally developing a project on both is difficult because of libs/dlls/etc. I started searching for a way and I found Cmake. It is a godsend. I...
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    Re: Members of a class - Stack or Heap?

    This project is going to expand quite a bit (hopefully) and includes multiple static libraries, so I thogught making a makefile would be difficult. I'll look into it.



    Thanks. Although I knew...
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