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    Would this be dependent on the manufacturer of...

    Would this be dependent on the manufacturer of the processor or the architecture of the processor?

    I mean with Intel (as a hypothetical example, I don't know honestly if this is true or not)...
  2. I may be a little overzealous with daemons here,...

    I may be a little overzealous with daemons here, but shouldn't a daemon be capable of doing this job? If you're not using a *nix machine, I would have no clue how you would go about it though...
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    Need Help Writing a C compiler...

    Alright, I'm writing a C compiler "for the hell of it", and I'm using Flex/Bison as my lexer/parser combo. It works pretty well so far, but I'm rather lost when it comes to the abstract syntax tree...
  4. Compiling the GCC from nearly scratch...?

    OK, I am trying to help my friend on his computer that has Damn Small Linux installed on it. He's enabled APT and GNUBinutils.

    So he used apt-get to install gcc, but it's version 2.95.1 (I think,...
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    C pointers and arrays?

    OK, as I understand it - and I may be wrong here - in the C programming language, pointers and arrays are "unified" meaning the following code snippet should compile:



    char *msg;
    msg =...
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    Thanks for the input everyone, I'm off to search...

    Thanks for the input everyone, I'm off to search the internet for SDRAM. A mere 256 MB more would suffice for a man as lazy as me :P

    (And I know this is kind of too late to ask, but is there any...
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    SDRAM/DRAM question...

    I recently got a "new" computer (an IBM NetVista x40 with an 800 MHz Pentium III, 128 MB SDRAM, a 20 GB SCSI HD), and I would like to upgrade the RAM. However, being a fuddy-duddy with RAM (and...
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    This is kinda correct...according to the Design...

    This is kinda correct...according to the Design and Implementation of the BSD 4.4 OS, figure 1.2, Solaris 2 is derived from System V Release 4.

    There is also a modern Unix v 6 clone called xv6...
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    Hmm...I'm kind of an odd guy, so I doubt anyone...

    Hmm...I'm kind of an odd guy, so I doubt anyone shares any of my hobbies.

    But they are: music, physics, math, women, cooking, art, books, writing, thinking, (heterodox) economics, beer, file...
  10. Thread: C++ IDE

    by Arkimedes
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    Dev-C++ (http://www.bloodshed.net/dev/) Code...

    Dev-C++
    Code Blocks
    Ultimate++
    wxDev-C++
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    Thanks, I've heard of The Design of the UNIX...

    Thanks, I've heard of The Design of the UNIX Operating System, but I assumed that The Design and Implementation of the 4.4 BSD Operating System was essentially McKusick and Neville-Neil's The Design...
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    "Understanding the Solaris Kernel"?

    Hello all,

    I am studying operating systems, and I have studied thus far Tanenbaum's and Woodhull's Operating Systems: Design and Implementation, McKusick and Neville-Neil's The Design and...
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    I was thinking with regards to "Procedural...

    I was thinking with regards to "Procedural programming" and "Object Oriented Programming"...I was told by a coder far wiser than I that a process is basically characterized by having a beginning, it...
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    Process v. Object?

    OK, I've been thinking about the pragmatic difference between a process and an object.

    I'm told that a process has a beginning, it does something, then dies.

    An object on the other hand lies...
  15. Regge Calculus help, i.e. Is there a General Relativist in the house?!?

    OK, I am doing some work on trying to use regge calculus to generate a lattice to be used in lattice quantum field theory, and I'm simply trying to do it for 1+1 dimensions with a free particle.
    ...
  16. "Modern" Lites? Or anything with FreeBSD running in Mach?

    Hello,

    I've been arguing with a friend that you can turn a Linux box's user interface into one that is indistinguishable from a Mac OS X user interface (screen shot wise); my friend's telling me...
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    Interesting, thanks! That really answered all of...

    Interesting, thanks! That really answered all of my questions, and the ones that I've been thinking about since this morning.

    I greatly appreciate it!
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    Basic File System question...

    OK, so I have been studying the I-node based file systems recently (largely the Minix file system, and the Ext2 file system); I understand that the partition is divided into block groups, and all...
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    Well, first of all, I'm sorry I haven't replied...

    Well, first of all, I'm sorry I haven't replied since I started this thread. I am at school, and I've been swamped with work.

    Thanks sec_ware, but I am interested in foundational problems of...
  20. Java Bytecode to Assembly Code: Practicality?

    OK, I was back home for the holidays and was fortunate to talk to a programmer working at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab. We were talking about using assembly code when memory space is precious.

    I...
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    Python confusion

    OK, I need help sorting out this mess I made. Long story short I wanted to make some python program that is an OO representation of C syntax. So I have a father class "statement", which has two...
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    I dread Halloween...I have a midterm on that...

    I dread Halloween...I have a midterm on that morning :(
  23. Thread: forgiveness

    by Arkimedes
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    Not that it's any of my business... Well, I...

    Not that it's any of my business...

    Well, I would imagine what brought him to this point would be the sum of his past decisions. It's a causal relation; someone makes some decision, something...
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    Any Math wizards here?

    Long story short, I decided to go to get more education (grad school) as a physicist. However, my focus is quantum gravity (always fun stuff when the adjective quantum is being used ;)) and I need to...
  25. I thought about that too, but the reason I am...

    I thought about that too, but the reason I am asking specifically for the main() function is because I am observing the code for a toy shell (I would post the code here, but I am unsure whether it is...
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