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  1. Thread: Java problem

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    would you not have to call your go() method?

    would you not have to call your go() method?
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    IIRC Tomcat comes with its own Servlet-API...

    IIRC Tomcat comes with its own Servlet-API implementation, which I would assume all webapps Tomcat serves would have to use. Maybe your app, J2EE API or something requires a newer version of the...
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    You'll need read permissions not necessarily...

    You'll need read permissions not necessarily write permissions to your source file. (Mine are usually 600.) You can always try the verbose (-verbose) switch to see what the compiler is doing.
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    I'm pretty Struts and Java webapp savvy, but I've...

    I'm pretty Struts and Java webapp savvy, but I've never used Velocity. I don't quite understand what you are asking. What is it that you are trying to do exactly? Do you get any errors in the...
  5. Thread: Java stacks

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    Re: Java stacks

    Each of the primitives has a corresponding Object of the same name which you should use.
  6. If a business uses Linux, they most likely use...

    If a business uses Linux, they most likely use RedHat. But general unix/linux skills transcende the distros.

    I must agree to a point with the previous post. I'm confident you know enough of...
  7. Thread: PHP and TOMCAT

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    Not a bad idea. At my old work we had large web...

    Not a bad idea. At my old work we had large web applications that used JSP/Java for some of the logic and then PHP for other parts. We ran everthing though Apache and Java stuff through the mod_jk...
  8. Thread: PHP and TOMCAT

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    Well that depends. Apache + PHP is a trivial...

    Well that depends. Apache + PHP is a trivial server setup. Apache + Java (though the jk connector) is more difficult to get working. I would still recommend using the Apache + PHP + jk_connector...
  9. Thread: PHP and TOMCAT

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    you'd be better off configuring apache to serve...

    you'd be better off configuring apache to serve php and java/jsp though the jk connector. there is a BIG performance boost to having apache use jk connector instead of having tomcat do things...
  10. Thread: Java Prinitng

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    There are a few threads on the sun java forums...

    There are a few threads on the sun java forums about this. But most forums aren't as friendly/helpful or even nearly as good as this one. We're spoiled :)
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    Re: Linus Torvalds Report

    Go to amazon.com, bn.com, or your local library and get the autobiography of him.

    Just for Fun: The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary
    by Linus Torvalds, David Diamond

    ISBN: 0066620732
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    I don't understand the first question. Both are...

    I don't understand the first question. Both are entirely different operating systems that behave in different ways.

    Second question: both are great. However the whole use of Java technology may...
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    Re: what's the best system?

    redhat and freebsd are both great for what you want to do. the difference is if something gets messed up you have someone to call and yell at if you choose redhat. we had to do that at work a while...
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    This might not need saying...but If you're...

    This might not need saying...but If you're downloading something try and use the mirror closest to you. I've found the mirrors hosted by pair (pair.com) are the fastest. Also the Playboy FreeBSD...
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    If you don't want to store the the files into a...

    If you don't want to store the the files into a database, you could store the photos in a directory named with a string of random chars (to prevent guessing) and store each photo using a random...
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    Re: Java directory list question

    JFileChooser, it's already done! and quite nice I might add. The Sun online tutorials cover usage and file-filtering with it.
  17. Thread: WEBMIN Help

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    Re: Re: WEBMIN Help

    The webmin super user can configure for each webmin user that webmin user's "read mail" module. So you can specify which domains or users that webmin user has access to read. You can also select...
  18. Thread: WEBMIN Help

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    Re: WEBMIN Help

    There might be a third party add-on to do this. Or optionally you could install something like Squirrell Mail and just have a web-based mail system like that. I'm no Webmin guru but I don't think...
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    take a look in /var/log/dmesg ... you should see...

    take a look in /var/log/dmesg ... you should see some stuff there when you plug in a device (tail -f /var/log/dmesg)

    also you need usb compiled in your kernel...
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    Regarding "Macintosh feeling patchworked" ......

    Regarding "Macintosh feeling patchworked" ... compared to FreeBSD, which is it's "daddy" it is. The whole directory of /etc is not used by the OS and seems put there just so "sh*t will compile."
    ...
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    Poll: LUCK. Most of what I do is spent in meetings or...

    LUCK. Most of what I do is spent in meetings or writing documentation and doing analysis on the code I am going to write. Some days I get to code. If so, for an hour or two spilt across the day. ...
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    Poll: Computer Science degree being put to good use as...

    Computer Science degree being put to good use as a developer/systems analyst for a fortune 20 company.

    back in the day, i did landscaping and construction work. i don't miss the pay but i miss...
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    Not necessarily....as long as you get permission...

    Not necessarily....as long as you get permission before you code, things are usually ok. Work sometimes likes that type of thing because it keeps your skills sharp and keeps you learning new things....
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    No, I'm talking about linux just in general. As...

    No, I'm talking about linux just in general. As a server or desktop. Compared to a BSD unix it feels very patchworked. I'm sure a lot of this is because each distro does things differently, but in...
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    Anyone who thinks all commercial/propriatory...

    Anyone who thinks all commercial/propriatory software is bad isn't playing with a full deck, to be nice about it.

    Without the software patents, there would be little money in the software...
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