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Corrected Broken Links

Posted 08-06-2014 at 11:41 AM by rainbowsally

I apologize for neglecting to set up a new web resource and correcting the links for so long.

It may still be a while before we can get back to some serious fooling around, but at least the links should be good now. ;-)

Thanks again for the blog lq.
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Mint 16 Best 64 bit KDE Desktop for G945/i915

Posted 02-28-2014 at 10:11 AM by rainbowsally
Updated 04-19-2014 at 12:33 PM by rainbowsally (abandon ship!)

Update: I'm reverting to a 32-bit system. I may install some 64-bit libs but trying to get everything working that I need in a 64-bit system is not worth the time.

I'll leave this post in case it's of any help to anyone, but it turns out that THE solution to the graphics speed provblem here may have only worked by chance. Meanwhile, my 64 bit system still has all the graphical effects working, but everything else slowed down and several apps ported from non-mint distros no longer...
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new mc2 version

Posted 09-27-2013 at 05:32 PM by rainbowsally

mc2 (makefile creator 2) was created and developed right here at linux questions. It is a terminal app with some gui features and generates makefiles like automake does, but much more simply, using your own directory structure to organize builds -- even very large projects -- super-easy.

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...support-34783/

Also recommended are kdevelop3 to replace that DOG they now use in kde, and kdbg...
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new runc version

Posted 09-27-2013 at 04:53 PM by rainbowsally

Here's where runc can be d/loaded.
Run C/C++ Code As Script
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-script-35691/

Here's another usage example for runc.

When you want to pack up a bunch of folders by name that live in a windows partition, there's a great likelihoold that spaces in the paths could cause a normal shell program to mis-parse the file names.

Runc uses C/C++ and the built-in slist functions...
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Simple C/C++ runcible script to uppercase file names

Posted 09-10-2013 at 06:13 AM by rainbowsally
Updated 09-10-2013 at 06:16 AM by rainbowsally

Runcible. Runc-able. Same thing... ;-)

As we feared, runc is getting out of control.. Atomic ants, vivisection, computer mad science... you just never know what might happen.

But...

Today's Features
  • More great stuff for C/C++ beginners.
  • Example of using C/C++ code to change file names to upper case.
  • How to run runc on a script/source code in a filesystem you can't make it executable in.

[The latest runc compiles and runs in the user's...
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