I'll be offline most of this upcoming week, moving from Connecticut to upstate New York. So it's highly unlikely I'll be posting any updates to KernelTrap for the rest of February.
git tag -l
git checkout test
//"program and test"
git commit -a -m "some comments"
git tag v1.00
git checkout master
git merge test
Here's the configuration file I use to help me enter some of the fun mathematical unicode characters with vim. The commands were borrowed from TeX...
imap jj <ESC>
imap \div ÷
imap \times ×
imap \sum ∑
imap \int ∫
imap \oint ∮
imap \angle ∠
imap \forall ∀
imap \exists ∃
imap \partial ∂
imap \prod ∏
imap \infty ∞
imap \pm ±
imap \sqrt √
imap \circ ∘
imap \Re ℛ
imap \Im ℑ
What u will get here
We r going to see following topic in C.
2] Input-output function.
3] Execution of program.
4] Conditional statement.
5] Loops statement.
7] String function.
9] Structure and Union.
Notifying Visitors of Site Enhancements
This is amazing! EA Is giving command and conquer away for FREE! Hurry up and get it while its hot!
Packet filtering with iptables is one of the most confusing topics for a linux newbie. At the start, almost everyone has a hard time getting his head around the basics. I hope this article will serve as a basic introduction to the concept of packet filtering,
Where iptables fits in?
Just switched from GNOME to JWM . It's really simple and nice WM. JWM's code looks really clear and easy to read. Great way to learn some X11/Xlib programming.
It's a pity that there's no live streams from GUADEC this year. It has been always great to watch presentations by live streams. But hopefully at least all recorded presentations will be downloadable from archive someday.
I ended my trip through Italy with a visit to Sicily. Originally I'd hoped to get off the beaten trail a bit, but with limited time I ended up being more pragmatic. From the moment I departed Milan, the trip already promised to be exciting as Marco and I were met at the airport by police in full riot gear. As we passed through their ranks, they were strapping on their helmets and lifting their shields. Only later after arriving in Sicily did I discover what all the excitement was, George Bush was visiting Rome for the G8 summit and huge masses of people were all trying to congregate there to protest his presence. Had I known, I may have postponed the next leg of my journey from Rome to Sicily and taken part in the protest myself.
As the train approached Sicily, I was quite curious as to how we'd get from the mainland to the island. I was impressed when I didn't have to get off the train, but instead they simply drove the whole thing onto a large ferry. I arrived in Messina after 13 hours, quite ready to stretch my legs. The following day I took a hydrofoil out to Lipari in the Aeloian Islands. From there I headed to the touristy fishing village, Cefalù. And finally I ended up in Palerma, from where I flew back to London.
Is there a straight grid layout keyboard without a caps lock and windows key and number keypad out there? Please!
Or im going to start building one.
It was said by Alan J. Perlis that
A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming, is not worth knowing.
I don't think functional language is one of them.
And I'm jumping on the bandwagon. (you might start with this article)
Ballintoy is a small village located in Northern Ireland in the County Antrim along the beautiful B15 coast road. I was fortunate enough to spend a few weeks here, house sitting for Harold and Alice Morden who were in Italy on vacation. Harold was my high school math teacher over 15 years ago and whom I've kept in touch with over the years. When Jamie and I had passed through Northern Ireland last month we'd spent an afternoon with them, during which they kindly offered their place to me while they were away.
Their house overlooks the Atlantic ocean with a beautiful view of the cliff's of Sheep Island, Rathlin Island a little further in the distance, and some Scottish islands and the Scottish mainland even further in the distance. Staying here provided me a chance to catch up on much needed rest and on work. I got out for a couple of hikes along the amazing coastline, though not as much as I'd have liked due to being sick for much of my stay. From here I'm headed to Sweden, and then Italy.
Suppose you have two GNU/Linux machines with OpenSSH daemon running, and you want to login the remote one (MachineB) from the locale one (MachineA) without a password. There are just a few steps you need to do on MachineA and MachineB respectively.
@@@@@@on the MachineA@@@@@@
1. login with a system user (UserA)
2. generate a key
ssh-keygen -f myKEY -t rsa
When it asks you to enter the passphrase, just hit the Enter key twice to create a password-less private key. You can change the upper key name 'myKEY' to create different keys in case you wanna login automatically to other machines with OpenSSH. After the execution, you will get two files named 'myKEY' and 'myKEY.pub'.