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    #justlinux on irc.freenode.net je_fro will...

    #justlinux on irc.freenode.net

    je_fro will help you out there
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    Why cant you just not accept() while your slots...

    Why cant you just not accept() while your slots are all full? That way they can _eventually_ connect (ie. when you accept() again). Otherwise, just close server_sockfd.
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    and how are we supposed to know without a copy of...

    and how are we supposed to know without a copy of /etc/birthdays?
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    learn what private public keys are. and quit...

    learn what private public keys are. and quit worrying
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    Poll: hah (this here to make message at least 10...

    hah (this here to make message at least 10 characters)
  6. google checkinstall. It's _not_ a registry, but...

    google checkinstall. It's _not_ a registry, but it solves the problem you care about, and IMHO it does it in a much simpler/better way.
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    GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link...

    GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference

    ^^^ important part of that log
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    Advantage??? what advantage.... rwxrwxrwx perms...

    Advantage???
    what advantage.... rwxrwxrwx perms suck, it's probably unixes (sic?) biggest disadvantage....
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    I'm not going to argue with you about the...

    I'm not going to argue with you about the validity of shortening the program by removing whitespace, because... I agree, BUT you missed a very important fact. If you look in the src/ directory it...
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    you also may want to check out the cups API

    you also may want to check out the cups API
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    Sorry to bring an old thread to life, but you may...

    Sorry to bring an old thread to life, but you may want to check out http://dean.edwards.name/IE7/ this guy provides a javascript file to include in your site with <!--[if lt IE 7]> so that only IE...
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    hehe

    hehe
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    Do it, and then tell me the code your compiler...

    Do it, and then tell me the code your compiler puts out is as good as a humans... I'll believe it then ;)


    Why again don't you just use Java? If you want it to be anything like C, GC is ......
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    Well, it's only for gcc, it's not part of the C...

    Well, it's only for gcc, it's not part of the C language, I don't know if it violates any part of the ANSI C specs in strict terms though. I have used it and had some quite good results. (Ie... i'd...
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    just out of curiousity, have you looked at this?...

    just out of curiousity, have you looked at this?

    http://www.research.ibm.com/trl/projects/security/ssp/
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    your expecting a lot from the C compiler there......

    your expecting a lot from the C compiler there... i *guarantee* that the code that your compiler makes will be more complex and _less_ efficient then if the code was just written in C in the first...
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    you realize that compiling to C code isn't really...

    you realize that compiling to C code isn't really all that much easier then compiling to ASM, right? The only step your really removing is register allocation. Which, while a pain in the ***......
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    thanks :)

    thanks :)
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    ahh, i'll explain a little better, sorry i was...

    ahh, i'll explain a little better, sorry i was half-drunk at the time of the OP ;p

    DoPerl is part of the perlinterp that can be built into vim, you can highlight some perlcode in one of your...
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    the ^ sign means "beginning of line" if it's the...

    the ^ sign means "beginning of line" if it's the first thing in a regex like



    /^match_something_else_to/


    or it can be used in the beginning of a character class to say "anything _but_...
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    Common Lisp + ViM woes

    decent script/plugin for vim + lisp

    I'm attempting to "learn" lisp (gotta say, i'm not that impressed so far, but i'm also sure that's due to my own incompetence, it's such a leap from procedural...
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    doing what w/ regexes? if you wanna just view the...

    doing what w/ regexes? if you wanna just view the non tty lines grep -v is your best route. if you wanna do something w/ each line try:

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    ps -ef | perl -pe 'if(!/tty/) { do_something(); }'
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    I don't know of any, this is actually one of the...

    I don't know of any, this is actually one of the larger reasons i dislike java (not the only, but one of). I have been forced to use it in the past though, and am interested if you do find any.
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    look for the -v option in the manpage

    look for the -v option in the manpage
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    i may have gone a bit far in my comment about his...

    i may have gone a bit far in my comment about his job, if he wants it edited and removed i'll do that. But my point still stands, I told him he is looking for a pop3 server, _not_ an smtp server. ...
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