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In the past I alwo wrote the first working CORBA, RMI-IIOP
and SGML-driven HTML parser implementations for GNU
and feel as if I have contributed something to get Java
Free. Should we at the end have some use from this, should
not we?


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"You are in 'detached HEAD' state. You can look around, make experimental changes ..."

oh, dear ...

7 Mar 2012 (updated 7 Mar 2012 at 20:12 UTC) »

Has anyone successfully installed any flavor of Linux on an ASUS Rampage IV Extreme with an Intel Core i7 3960 (3300) processor?

I have done with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.

1. All 6 cores of the CPU work.
2. All 16 Gb of memory accessible
3. USB works
4. No problem with SATA hard drives.
5. GeForce GTX 560 Ti that I use for graphics is alive.
7. Network requires e1000e-1.9.5 driver, google for it.
8. Azalia audio is not even visibe from Linux, use PCI-Express or USB sound.
9. The only working sensors are CPU temperature core sensors but only from kernel 3.0.0 and after loading coretemp.

The card seems thinking a lot before booting the operating system, so do expect to demonstrate lightning fast startup times. However when one booted it is fast.

Was today highly impressed with the user manual of my brand new automated vacuum cleaner LG Roboking. The device runs Linux kernel 2.6 and internally uses Bash, BusyBox, U-boot, glibc and OpenSSL! And, most important, the dedicated page in the manual gives clear directions where to apply of the source code.

19 Sep 2011 (updated 19 Sep 2011 at 18:48 UTC) »
Teach you child arithmetics with server

Today I got tired of writing arithmetic training sheets by hand for my eight year old daughter and deployed instead a tiny servlet. It generates the ready to print sheets to practice multiplication, division, addition and subtraction. Enjoy free service for all hackers at School_tasks on Others also may have children of this age. Plain text output, no Java, no JavaScript, no Moonlight. Even lkcl can use!
7 Sep 2011 (updated 8 Sep 2011 at 08:48 UTC) »

After various attempts and trials to undock my applets at I returned to the old conclusion that the best it to do this through Web Start. All these fancy "Undock buttons" seem cute from beginning but it is not that easy to add them to over hundred of applets we already have. JNLP actually has constructs that allow to launch the same unmodified applet .jar and the applet have nicely popped up in a separate frame over my nose under Fedora from the first attempt. Cool, we can share applications just by sharing JNLP files or even they download URLS, try one. All that was required is to write a JSP template for Tomcat, and now JNLP is generated on the fly all for our visualizations.

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