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    Re: A RapGenius for coding?

    Trent, at that point I'd be reappropriating git for something that it's not meant to do. Also, my students are at the high school level so they are just learning these tools. I'm after a simple,...
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    Re: A RapGenius for coding?

    I would prefer a solution that does not modify their code. For example, if I asked them to fix their mistakes, I don't want my commentary cluttering that.

    Here's an example of a rapgenius page:...
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    A RapGenius for coding?

    I teach high school students how to program in JavaScript. I also assign homework to them as well. I'd like to give them feedback electronically in the form of general comments as well as comments...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Lightning plug-in for Thunderbird not working?

    Thank you!
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    Re: Web Developers: Share Your Setup

    netbeans
  6. Re: Mark Shuttleworth Turning His Linux Company Into The Next Apple

    This is a pretty bad article. Not sure the author really knows what they are talking about or has any sort of tech background. The analogy to Apple is probably there to provoke curious readers (like...
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    [ubuntu] Gnome 3 Panel Questions

    Hi all,

    just updated to Ubuntu 11.10. Didn't like Unity so I reverted to the GNOME classic setup.

    Please see the attached image. I would like to do two things:

    1) I want to move my icons on...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problems with CheckGmail today

    Thank you!
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    Re: Linux Memory Lane

    Great thread, thanks for starting it.

    Started with linux back in the summer of 2005. I remember I wanted to be a tough macho man so I went for gentoo first. I remember printing out the 20+ page...
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    Re: Is C++ essential for employment opportunities

    It depends on the type of employment opportunity you're aiming for. In general, for a run of the mill software development job, no it is not essential. These days, knowing Java or C# is enough.
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    [SOLVED] Re: completely uninstalling eclipse

    Thank you sir
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    [ubuntu] Re: Pidgin crashes randomly in 10.10

    I'm also getting lots of random crashes. Running x86_64 10.10.

    Thanks for posting this Krytarik. Will try it out.
  13. [SOLVED] Re: USB HD - automount feature: disable windows pop-up

    For future reference, I thought I'd post the solution to this even though it has been resolved by the author.

    To disable the popup window when your USB HD gets auto-mounted, do the following:
    ...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Nvidia Optimus Graphics on Lenovo Thinkpad T410s

    Great questions. I'm in the same boat. Thank you for making this thread.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question for Lenovo T410 Users

    *bump*
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    [ubuntu] Question for Lenovo T410 Users

    Hi all,

    I'm debating on whether to buy a lenovo T410. Outside of switchable graphics support, I'm not seeing any obstacles. I still have some questions though:

    1) For those who do have the T410...
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    Re: Questions about CPU architectures

    I agree. The general user can get off fine without using the latest and greatest hardware. I'm not trying to criticize ARM in any way. I'm just saying ARM and Intel have two different audiences.
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    Re: Questions about CPU architectures

    While this statement is true, it's also misleading. They both target different markets. Intel targets desktops and servers while ARM is more for mobile platforms.

    Performance wise, there is...
  19. Thread: ARM Netbooks?

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    Re: ARM Netbooks?

    When you say porting to Linux, that's changing code so that it runs on a particular operating system. When you say porting to ARM, that's changing code so that it runs on a particular ISA...
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    Re: New Android app: Tesla Remote Control

    This looks *really* cool. Big kudos to you for contributing to the community.

    Once I format, I'm going to give this a go. I'll let you know how it turns out.
  21. Re: Top things to do after installing Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

    Cool list! Going to go back to this thread when I install Ubuntu over the winter break!
  22. Re: Multi-thread programming on a multicore platform

    Hi shadylookin:

    thank you for the reply. I realize that what you said is true for the general case but it is not for mine. The application that I'm working on depends, atleast for performance...
  23. Multi-thread programming on a multicore platform

    Hi all,

    I have a question regarding using pthreads on a multicore platform: If I launch n threads, can I be guaranteed that the kernel will schedule them to n different cores? If it helps, the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox 3.5 looks strange

    Thank you!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem with digital camera

    I have this same problem. Would updating to the latest firmware make any difference? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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