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There's a website, called, "The Linux Counter," where you can register as a Linux user and also register the information about your system. No mailing lists or anything, it seems, if you choose to register. Once you register, you get a cool little Linux logo, showing you as a registered Linux user, with your registered user number.
From the website, you can see a breakdown by country, state and city, as to how many registered Linux users there are in each place. Also, you...
I have a Haskell program for parsing and evaluating an mathematical expression of type:
= Num Double
| Add Expr Expr
| Mul Expr Expr
| Sin Expr
| Cos Expr
| Var Name
| Neg Expr
type Name = String
I have the defined a property to perform quickcheck: to check the readExpr and showExpr are valid bothway round, here readExpr takes a string of type "2*3+x" and converts it...
Having just purchased a Sager NP9850 (18.4" Display, Dual nVidia GeForce 280m, 2.53GHz Quad Core Extreme, RAID0) notebook (read; monster), I ran into some difficulties installing Ubuntu. I had a horrible time figuring out the problem, so I decided that it was to the benefit of all mankind that I explain how to work this. My toils involved Windows 7 and Ubuntu 9.10.
Normally, I would totally condone destroying the plague on my hard drive, but I have family that needs help with...