xenu27: kmc - that in the same neighbourhood as Weird Stuff used to be, and not far from my wife's office.
xenu27: """Portability Note: The clock function described in CPU Time is specified by the ISO C standard. The times function is a feature of POSIX.1. On GNU systems, the CPU time is defined to be equivalent to the sum of the tms_utime and tms_stime fields returned by times. """
xenu27: testname_: I believe the new tab page is an HTML so just tweaking that should be good
pistachio4: excellent so from the view of CS using a predicate to find primes is as far as you would want to consider primes in any set.
pistachio4: Wouldn't checking each byte individually by iterating through them accomplish the same?
revprez_stg4: password4, ti sells msp430's and some arm cortex m series with fram
revprez_stg4: b3nt0: no, you want a single source for package installation and dependency management. even a well accepted 3rd party package manager would be out of place on a system that already has one, and mixing source installs with package installs is just asking for a 3 day troubleshooting binge trying to find out which shared object is conflicting with your properly installed packages. its not just the removal of the package at issue there, ...
ironChicken12: also if you have connection tracking in the middle somewhere that may also have interesting consequences
ironChicken12: We barely use phpldapadmin these days. We've written our own scripts for most things we use and continue to write more as needed. Its much easier and faster to handle
ironChicken12: phogg: When you click on the application dotted hamburger, and search "appearance", it offers lots of things not installed, and the software center to install them when you click on them.
l2d25: i have a textfile and i d like to put the lines of the text file into an array. Is it possible to "mask" the whitespace?
Spydar0070: i hope linux never switches to clang as its default compiler
Spydar0070: hmm, doesn't Haskell have something similar to Agda where you can provide a denotational definition of some type and tell the compiler to us ethe builtin
Spydar0070: i recently had someone who's not fluent in english and wasn't aware of some french speacking git guys
Spydar0070: Do you need screen shots? but resumming, gparted encounters input-output read errors, on cancel no disk show, if ignore, 4gb free space on a disk show (but is 1 TB). Disk utility shows also the free 4gb space and all options grey out but format, nevertheless if i click format is not posible with error "error wiping device: failed to probe device '/dev/sda' (udisk-error-quark, 0) and i go ahead paste what u just asked me, one second
Spydar0070: Casper: it's on a boat; something happened when we took it out of water; one day we went to the boat and the batteries (2x 8D batteries) got down to 6v
Deltadk25: Shmam: talking of which. you now have this high version kernel image installed, which wont get updates but will always (well, for the foreseeable future) remain there. and not get security patches. so don't just keep it indefinitely, but really just while you test this. and make sure you assist to get this bug solved so that the fix will go into standard ubuntu kernel images and you can then just uninstall the current test kernels (sa
irated21: well that is also pretty much what i said... 2 kinds of socket
irated21: Hey all , anyone can help me configure nginx seems i have some trouble with it
irated21: Holonium: how's it going? sorry, had to go
stor26: badboyjer, in line "deb http://security.kali.org/kali-security kali/updates main contrib non-free " in the docs, 'kali/updates' is 'sana/updates' instead.. whatever 'sana' means (search for 'sana kali linux' or something)
faisch18: Yes, I did everything that the link said.
fireglow2: rio: isn't that sad? physicists figure out the laws of our universe, engineers build skyscrapers and dams, and... mathematicians struggle with proving a single statement about a single function
Reverite19: romainl: why no? If they are in ftplugin the function will be redefined every time a file of that type is opened, right? Which presumably has very little overhead but still, putting it in an autoload means it only gets defined once
lonjil2: do you just save like every meme that you see? my folder is <4GB
lonjil2: umm... i think its like around 2 ghz intel core 2 duo
Cyb3r-As-13: Because that would semantically break old code
Cyb3r-As-13: sidenote: you can change the name of them yourself and still be standard compliant
Jumpforce1: Okay, so what I was speaking of earlier. I want to startup an ISP, I don't have anything to sell or the credentials to sell anything. I just need people to fill out my human survey, to see where my customers would be in my county.
Jumpforce1: probably they'll all be ignored from the perspective of the requirement for placement in a register.
systemdave9: If that doesn't work, then yes, you'll need to back up, and nuke-n-pave.
systemdave9: lin_noob, if I had the equipment, materials and the relevant assembly and detail drawings, I could probably make you a basic rack in a handful of hours.