Can someone help me reset Phoenix Bios password for toshiba A130 Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!
After pondering for weeks on how to jump start programming knowledge I finally decided to become a memer here. Lets see how this goes. My plan is to enter as tester and slowly migrate into developer. The reason being, if you know how to break a system you can build a system that could not be broken easily. Still I have not yet contacted anybody in Kernel Trap for work.
It's been many months since I've posted an update to the front page of KernelTrap. Ironically, the last posting, dated September 30th 2008, includes in its title, "this one should be the last one". That was not planned irony, though it did lead to a few comments and emails from readers wondering what my plans where and why I was suddenly giving up on KernelTrap. In reality, life has simply been busy for me lately, and I've felt the need to take a brief break from keeping up with the lkml and other kernel mailing lists. I've been focused on scaling my small consulting company, Tag1 Consulting, and I recently purchased a 37' sailboat on which I'm taking a trip for a few months starting at the end of February. Long time readers of KernelTrap will remember similar lapses in updates in the past.
Nieoficjalne tłumaczenie: http://kerneltrap.org/Interview/Michael_Meeuwisse
Nieoficjalne tłumaczenie: http://kerneltrap.org/Linux/Stable_2.6_Branches
Those articles are so great and so valuable that I want to save all of them.
Can I download all of them or the site?
If not, how can I save them?
The large outsourcing of U.S. manufacturing jobs that began years ago continues today. Michigan, a furniture manufacturing center, lost thousands of manufacturing jobs in the last few years. North Carolina experienced a similar fate, as has every state in the U.S.
I've added 3199 new pages to KernelTrap tonight, importing the Linux kernel man pages. I wrote a custom module that converts nroff format man pages into HTML on the fly, and another that imports the actual man pages from a tarball found on kernel.org. I've not yet finished an interface for browsing the man pages, but the pages will turn up in site-searches.
Celebrating the new year, the KernelTrap.org theme has been updated to a new and improved look. The Drupal software that manages the website has also been upgraded to a newer version. If you run into any problems with the new website, please post a comment here or send me an email. Improvements to the website will continue to be implemented in the upcoming weeks.
I was surprised this morning to check my email and get only a handful of emails -- the lack of spam should have been a give away that something was wrong as usually I have to download between 300 and 500 spams per day. As the day went on, and mail slowed to a ridiculous trickle, I finally got suspicious and found that it wasn't possible to resolve the kerneltrap.org domain on the Internet. (I didn't notice right away locally as I have it hard coded in my /etc/hosts file) Connecting to my DNS provider's website I learned that for the first time in the five years I've used Zone Edit both servers hosting my DNS were down. The result being that http://kerneltrap.org/ was inaccessible for much of today.
Added a comment, with a usb-issue on my laptop to
/usr/bin/ld:cannot find -l ncurses
collect2:ld returned 1 exit status.
>>Unable to find the Ncurses libraries
>>You must install ncurses-devel in order
>>to use 'make menuconfig
make: *** [scripts/lxdialog/ncurses] Error 1
make: *** [menuconfig] Error 2
make *** [menuconfig] Error 2
I will be making infrequent updates to KernelTrap for the next 3-4 weeks. During that time, the infrastructure behind KernelTrap will be makeing a few changes. For the past many months, we've been running on a server borrowed from Oregon State University's Open Source Lab [story]. Shortly, we will be migrating back to our own server, still hosted in the wonderful Open Source Lab. The migration itself should be transparent. Beyond that, I will soon be making efforts to upgrade the site to the upcoming Drupal 4.7, bringing in many improvements over the currently running Drupal 4.5 release. Finally, I'll be taking advantage of this time to pursue long standing efforts to improve the functionality and layout of the site.
Though there will be only infrequent updates to the front page, don't forget that the KernelTrap forums remain active, including special Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, DragonFlyBSD, NetBSD, GNU/Hurd and hardware forums. As time permits, features will occasionally be posted to the front page, including an interview that I'm currently working on. By mid-November, I expect to be able to begin making more regular updates again.
Update: I'll be away through December 8'th, after which I'll finally resume posting updates to the front page.
An emerging Web development technique promises to shake up the status quo in PC software and blur the line between desktop and Web applications.
Over the years, desktop applications tied to a specific operating system have become entrenched as the main way to work on a computer. AJAX, a set of development techniques standardized over the past eight years, could change all that by bringing more sophisticated interfaces to Web applications. With that, backers are hoping it can open a crack in the dominance of desktop software like Microsoft's Office, the undisputed market leader.
I'll be mostly offline for the next couple of weeks, and therefore will not be making many updates to the KernelTrap front page. Furthermore, the server will have two scheduled outages in the next two weeks. The first is at 0830 UTC Wednesdasy, June 29th. The second is at 0830 UTC Sunday, July 3rd. Both outages will last for as much as 1.5 hours, and are necessary for upgrading the UPS in the server room that the KernelTrap server is housed. Sorry for the inconvenience, but the server will be brought back online as quickly as possible.
Speaking of the KernelTrap server, thanks to a number of generous donations I have been able to upgrade our server as planned. We have gone from two SCSI 18GB disks to two SCSI 70GB disks. We have also gone from 1GB of RAM to 2 GB of RAM. Full server details can be found here. Thank you again to all who donated!
Remember that the KernelTrap forums remain active (Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD, GNU/Hurd, and more.) Additionally, the threaded mailing list archives are automatically updated every 15 minutes (Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD, OGP, and more.). KernelTrap user blogs can also be found here.