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Sailing The Unforgiving C

Posted 02-25-2009 at 06:20 PM by raconteur (raconteur's rotunda)

I have a long-held belief that universities are short-changing their programming students by glossing over many of the fundamentals of C.

I hire interns regularly, and occasionally keep them for longer periods.
This is a college town, and my company has developed a reputation as a springboard, so I usually don't keep developers for very long because they go on to bigger and better things.
I certainly don't resent that, I encourage all of them to do best for themselves, whether...
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cacti tool problem

Posted 02-25-2009 at 07:41 AM by ashish_810

Hi All

I configure cacti tool in rhel5 Server(192.168.2.2)and my cacti smoothly running and this server(192.168.2.2)show graph proper but i add new device(192.168.2.4)but i see graph (192.168.2.2)device.

How to solve this problem.

plz help me anyone
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My Linux education

Posted 02-24-2009 at 09:24 PM by moonbeam5

Hello,

It's been a while since the last post.

I have been sleeping better. No late night posts.

Now I have found a website that has some online tutorials.

LPI is the name of it. I have completed the first one.

Will start the second tonight I hope. A little problem trying to comprehend all the info. I will stumble through and gain some knowledge.
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test or check to race condition in any c program by using multi thread program

Posted 02-24-2009 at 08:52 AM by azaz

how we can test or check race condition in any c program by using multi thread programming
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Apt-Cacher-NG - HTTP download proxy for software packages

Posted 02-24-2009 at 02:37 AM by sridhar11

Apt-Cacher-ng is a software package that keeps a cache, on the disk, of Debian/Ubuntu Packages and Release files.When an apt-get like client issues a request for a file, Apt-Cacher intercepts it and if the file is already cached it serves it to the client immediately, otherwise it fetches the file from the Internet, saves it on the cache, and then serves it to the client. This means that several Debian machines can be upgraded but each package need to be downloaded only once.

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