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    Thanks for all the tips. Hopefully I'll be able...

    Thanks for all the tips. Hopefully I'll be able to make use of them soon...

    JB
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    Computer choice questions

    Hi all. Long-time lurker here (I think I registered long before a lot of the current moderators but have far fewer posts!). Anyway, here's my situation. I'm a graduate student in the field of...
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    That's a good point. I suppose the fact that it...

    That's a good point. I suppose the fact that it is supported under both Windows and OSX and that the software is included on the usb drive itself should tell me something!

    Thanks for the help.
    ...
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    Lexar JumpDrive Lightning

    Has anyone used one of these with linux? I was thinking about purchasing one, but I couldn't find anything about whether you were required to use their software with it. Does anyone have a better...
  5. Thread: RHEL and gnome

    by jerbear
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    It's worth noting that not all users of RHEL are...

    It's worth noting that not all users of RHEL are using it on servers. My system at work/school (I'm a grad student) runs RHEL4. We have a couple linux-based commercial software packages we use on a...
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    Looks like I join the company of Icarus: 98% ...

    Looks like I join the company of Icarus: 98%

    I think it was knowing Manganese, John Maxwell, and Isaac Newton off the top of my head that did me in...
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    Ok, I have something working now. I needed to...

    Ok, I have something working now. I needed to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH, not LD_RUN_PATH. Though that still doesn't tell me why I had to explicitly list all needed libraries and why the --rpath option...
  8. Thread: g++ sux

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    You'll want to read those in a single character...

    You'll want to read those in a single character at a time. Your subject mentioned g++, which I believe is usually used for c++ programs. In which case you can use the fstream class ifstream as the...
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    problems with library files in c++ program

    Hi all.
    I'm having a frustrating time trying to get a numerical modeling program working. It interacts with some matlab libraries, and I had it working at one point in the past. It seems that...
  10. Joining Redhat box to MS ADS Domain without Kerberos

    Hi all.

    I have a Redhat EL3 computer operating in a Windows-based network running ADS. I really have very little knowledge of domain-type networking, and the network admins here have less...
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    That makes sense. Next time I write the file...

    That makes sense. Next time I write the file I'll do it locally and see if that gets rid of the problem. Thanks for the help.

    JB
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    File size limitations?

    One of the software packages I use at work occasionally attempts to write files that can be a few GB in size for some of the designs I've been using. Currently the program crashes with a file size...
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    Did you add any users to the samba service? I'm...

    Did you add any users to the samba service? I'm not particularly experienced with samba (or linux in general), but I managed to get it to work on my system. You have to add users to the .smbpasswd...
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    I figured out the problem, though I'm a bit...

    I figured out the problem, though I'm a bit ashamed to admit what it was! The deal is, the laptop has the wide 16:10 type screen, so I had downloaded an XF86Config file someone else had put together...
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    It's for reasons like this that I wish we could...

    It's for reasons like this that I wish we could change the mindset that we need professional politicians to run the country. The incumbents tend to prevent new people from entering the arena with...
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    Password not accepted in X

    Hi all.
    I have a laptop that I'm trying to put Red Hat Enterprise 3 on. I managed to get X configured properly (WUXGA screen with nvidia card = a bit of research to get working) and now have the...
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    It looks like we found a reasonable solution...

    It looks like we found a reasonable solution after all:
    We have a laptop here that runs the software remotely on a regular basis. I think what we're going to do is buy 2 copies of RHE3 and put one...
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    As an additional note, the company supporting the...

    As an additional note, the company supporting the software just got back to me and told me they highly recommend purchasing RHE3.0 instead of going the Fedora route. Has anyone attempted to upgrade...
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    Upgrading from Redhat 8.0

    Hello all.

    My system at work is running Redhat 8.0 - a preinstalled workstation from Dell. It serves a software package that we use on a regular basis, so the machine cannot be down for more than...
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    I can't fully answer your question, but I can...

    I can't fully answer your question, but I can tell you that I have a laptop originally with XP Pro on it. I installed Mandrake 10.0 in free space on the drive and just put the boot loader in the mbr...
  21. If you really want to destroy a CD, you could use...

    If you really want to destroy a CD, you could use the old sledgehammer method. :D

    I usually just hold it down in a trashcan and fold it in half.

    JB
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    That does work to some degree, but it doesn't...

    That does work to some degree, but it doesn't really save me anything: I'm a PhD student in optics/physics, so I come across pdf files pretty much daily, a fair number of which I end up printing...
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    pdf files and firefox

    I'm happily using the latest version of mozilla firefox (now 0.9.1) with one minor annoyance. I have acrobat reader installed, and I can open pdf files via the command

    >acroread filename.pdf
    I...
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    Nevermind. Found this page:...

    Nevermind. Found this page:
    http://www.c-for-dummies.com/lessons/linux/04/

    If anyone has a better suggestion I'm all ears though!

    JB
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    pause until key is pressed in c++?

    Hi all.
    I am working on a commandline/console-based program for use on both windows and linux computers. As such I'm trying to use standard c++ everywhere possible so that I only have to...
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