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  1. In Topic: the experts can't agree on anything :(

    Posted 3 Nov 2015

    You have the the login vs non login backwards.
  2. In Topic: the experts can't agree on anything :(

    Posted 3 Nov 2015

    I've not used mint, but I'm 100% confident putting a .profile or .bash_profile in your home directory will still work. There's a stupid nuance in that different shells all have slightly different syntax / builtins so if there's a .bash_profile, bash will load that instead of the plain .profile.
  3. In Topic: the experts can't agree on anything :(

    Posted 3 Nov 2015


    7) an automator for making scripts and applications in /usr/local/sbin accessible from any folder. Currently gaining system-wide access for applications in that folder is a hack job. (And a chmod +x automator built into it would be nice too.)

    I don't follow. You already have access to the executables in /usr/local/sbin (or any directory for that matter) via absolute path. If you want to run a program without specifying the absolute path, you just add it to the PATH environment variable. Under most Nixen, you can set the PATH per user in the ~/.profile file.
  4. In Topic: Favorite games for LAN parties?

    Posted 12 Jul 2015

    AoE2! (15 years later and it's getting a 3rd expansion)
  5. In Topic: Having problems understanding using structures within a structure

    Posted 30 Jun 2015

    Even inside of a union or another struct, writing:
    struct salaryworker {
        // fields

    is a type declaration, not a variable declaration.

    You probably want something like this:
    struct {
        // fields
    } salaryworker; // creates an object of an anonymous struct type.

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C, C++, Objective C, arm assembly, Java, perl, scheme, python

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    Biggie_smallz Icon

    04 Feb 2013 - 22:57
    Hello Gwatt can you please get back to me.. I need help with some scheme programming?
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    raghav.naganathan Icon

    17 Oct 2012 - 01:11
    Dude...before your reputation changes, I would like to tell you that it(256) is a perfect square :)
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    GWatt Icon

    27 Dec 2010 - 22:52
    @arob, I haven't used Java regularly in years. Most of what I do now is in C or scheme. However, there are several tutorials on this site and on others that should get you well on your way to learning Java.
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    arob Icon

    25 Dec 2010 - 23:31
    hey can u help to learn java .
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    GWatt Icon

    24 Jun 2010 - 19:59
    Pretty sure it has 4.
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    no2pencil Icon

    22 Jun 2010 - 20:06
    Where you plugged the phone, does it have four prongs or just two? I've had trouble using rotary phones on digital lines, other times it works flawlessly.
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    GWatt Icon

    30 May 2010 - 06:35
    Yeah, that did get removed in the upgrade. Oh and my rotary phone works fine. I use it in my dorm. It was simply our house lines that it doesn't like.
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    no2pencil Icon

    06 May 2010 - 01:13
    It's back! YAY!
    The phone I mean...
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    no2pencil Icon

    02 Mar 2010 - 03:47
    Hey man! Looks like after the upgrade you are no longer sporting the Rotary Phone...
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