dies ist ein simpler Test ausgeführt im Onlineform von kerneltrap, um zu sehen ob das Posting platziert wird oder ob der Spamfilter zuschlägt.
LoL, just had my dinner and was googling about why kernel can't be updated without rebooting and accidentally came to this site, and to my surprise the name of the site is "kerneltrap", but its trapping ppl like me (Laughs). So time to search the topic again.
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 09:17:09AM +0000, pauljolly at my-deja.com wrote:
> Please can someone tell me whether Python distinguishes between double
> and single quotes in any way? This was brought to my attention by a
> friend who queried my use of double and single quotes, saying that in
> the UNIX shell a distinction is made.
Gollum is the name of my newest crime of invention. By reducing the complexity of information, I have created a fast and eyefriendly browser through the free encyclopedia "Wikipedia". Originally this invention was built up for my daughter but now I have expanded it to the world for free as an open source project under GPL.
Ben stiller's Night at the museum, this is one hilarious movie! In the first half the things are just picking up, but the second half is super! I like it.
Interestingly, the English version hasn't been released at all in India. All Indian releases are dubbed in Hindi, with the name "Museum Ke Andar Phans Gaya Sikander" And it isn't just another run-o-the-mill dubbing (which usually sucks). This one is impressive. The dialogues go with the spirit of the movie and lot of customisation for the indian movie-goer's. It shows those extra efforts, to get it just right.
Is this an acknowledgement of the large Indian market? Is this the beginning of something new? Given the fact that the releases in both the languages were so synchronised, it might well be...
The last month a friend asked me for help to make his wireless card (A ralink usb) work... He could "compile" the driver (This one, from ralinktech.com RT25USB-SRC-V220.127.116.11.tar.gz), but he commented out some things in the code that he needed. Then the system got slow and the story kept going from bad to worse.
Ok, enough of the story... Let's go to the facts. Things that I changed and fixed with this patch:
A version of the driver with the patch applied can be found here: http://dcortarello.googlepages.com/RT25USB-SRC-V18.104.22.168.tar.gz
The patch goes as an attachment in this entry:
My machine has been halting and rebooting because of (what I have discovered is) a faulty memory subsystem. I have swapped the modules around in their slots and haven't experienced a problem so far.
The problem began when my landlord hired builders to fit some new doors within my house; they knocked through the door frames without covering any of my equipment. That left a thick layer of brick dust on all my belongings, and has clearly mal-affected my hardware :-/
Fortunately, there is a salve to soothe that particular problem...
For my part, I could easily do without the post-office. I think that there are very few important communications made through it. To speak critically, I never received more than one or two letters in my life -- I wrote this some years ago -- that were worth the postage. The penny-post is, commonly, an institution through which you seriously offer a man that penny for his thoughts which is so often safely offered in jest. And I am sure that I never read any memorable news in a newspaper. If we read of one man robbed, or murdered, or killed by accident, or one house burned, or one vessel wrecked, or one steamboat blown up, or one cow run over on the Western Railroad, or one mad dog killed, or one lot of grasshoppers in the winter -- we never need read of another. One is enough. If you are acquainted with the principle, what do you care for a myriad instances and applications? To a philosopher all news, as it is called, is gossip, and they who edit and read it are old women over their tea.
I believe that the moment is near when by a procedure of active paranoiac
thought, it will be possible to systematize confusion and contribute to the
total discrediting of the world of reality.
-- Salvador Dali
I came across this link that talks about a case if Microsoft comes up with a strategy of running Linux on Windows.
The goal : provide advantages of both the OSes (kill Linux).
But I guess, numerous possibilities, like these, could be considered. And definitely heads at Microsoft are at it as well.
The restaurant at the end of the universe, by Douglas Adams.
It is a very interesting name.
All the while, when I was going through the book, I kept on thinking about this restaurant situated at some place which is at the end of the universe, some corner of the universe. Ofcourse, only untill the book eventually took me to the restaurant which was "at the end of the universe". Not "in the end", in space, but in time.
Old BSD routing code gets a nice facelift courtesy of Jeffrey Hsu.
Modified files: sys/net hostcache.c if_atm.h if_fddisubr.c route.c route.h rtsock.c sys/net/faith if_faith.c sys/netinet if_ether.c in_gif.c in_hostcache.c in_rmx.c ip_icmp.c sys/netinet6 icmp6.c in6.c in6_gif.c in6_ifattach.c
What would you do if your own mother accused you of being a drug addict? I'm trying to figure that out right now. She threatened to take me to get a drug test and i told her to go right ahead because ive never done anything like that before. A couple minutes later she said that she thinks im a schitso, and i wad like uh huh, yeah you think that.
oh and Jade didnt even say a word to me today -_-.