So I have 2 questions:
1. How system assigns devices to /dev/<something>?
2. How to determine (command/utils/place in the 'cat <something>') which dev-id was assigned to the device?
At least when I used to configure /dev/input/event0 there was no any 'no such device' messages.
I collected and analysed additional data about Cisco VTA and 'CAST' (as ethereal dissect it) protocol.
What is 'Advantage' (as the 'A' in a 'CVTA') means?
The idea is to add something (support of CAST?) to GnomeMeeting and replace CVTA with GM. I'm trying to read some unix network programming books at present ;-)
So there is some 'market' to share ;-) Additionaly such a plug-in (which extract info about calling party phone number/name) can be used as the base for CTI extensions (for example, bring up an evolution window with last e-mail received/sent to calling person).
About a month after examination I received my JNCIS-M certificate.
CISSP (examination day)
Have no idea about results. I answered 250 questions in about 3 hours and spent about 40 minutes for transfering the answers to an answer sheet (this is the most annoying part of exam). Proctors claimed that the results will be available at 2 weeks. It was funny to meet _two_ friends there. One of them is in the proctor position ;-) And another one is my ex-collegue from DataForce, also she is CCIE Security.
Changes of some region telephony codes in RU and modification of call routing temporary droped my ability to call to my mother. VoIP gateway insert city-code second time collect some digits from the phone number part and make call to somebody other.
My father said me by phone that the strong wind hurled a big trash container into the window of some old women at 2nd floor (1st if you count the ground floor).
"Woow-woo.. It's a strange word 'Kamchatka'!" ;-)
Together with my Juniper Networks Sales Specialist certificates (three)
I received one optical usb mini-mouse (about 2x6 cm).
Why not three minimouse per one certificate?!
MOUSE YOUR NET!!!
I'm reading Ch.3 of Sybex Study Guide. Much better than Wiley's book.
Today I found that GChemPaint is not translated to russian!
In between my previous lifes I wanted some free organic chemistry editor
and was a hard user of 3 or 4 proprietary win16/dos program.
So it's time to translate =)
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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