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Interesting Idea...view story

http://www.daniweb.com – I have seen a lot of talk about using ones laptop as a monitor to a desktop, and seeing as im considering buying a new desktop i started to think about this my self. i came up with a rather odd theory and was wondering if anyone has ever tried it. here it goes... pick up a vga to usb adapter on ebay. plug the vga end into the desktop's vga out. (General)

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Pyhton questionview story

http://www.daniweb.com – Please enter a integer for knick-knacking (pyhton question)? if the number is 1, with his thumb if the number is 2, with his shoe if the number is 3, with his knee if the number is 4, at his door this is what i have -_- def main(): again = "Y" while again == "y" or again == "Y": (General)

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Cancel select validation controlsview story

http://www.daniweb.com – Hi, everyone. I am having difficulty with the following: I have a form with several RequiredFieldValidator controls on it. My user can take path 'A', down which all of these apply, or path 'B', down which only some of them apply. How can I 'disable' some of my validators (not all) so that when the form is submitted, these empty textboxes don't stop me? (General)

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X and Y Coordinatesview story

http://www.daniweb.com – I need to take an n number of x and y coordinates from the user and figure out some information based on the inputted points (northmost, southmost, etc.) I wanted to know what the best data structure would be to store the inputted x and y coordinates and be able to go through the inputted data and find out the stuff I need to. Thanks. (General)

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NetBeans with MinGW linking issueview story

http://www.daniweb.com – Hey ! I've been using NetBeans for quite a long time, and totally addicted to it. Therefore there was no mercy when my mate wanted to join my project. - He had to get it too. He's one of those Windows guys tho x) I installed him MinGW and MSYS, and set them up in NetBeans as is totally logically, and we compiled some hello world apps to test. (General)

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problems with assemblyview story

http://www.daniweb.com – Hi, I'm a student in assembly. I'm using NASM and running Ubuntu Linux. For our assignment we need to use subprograms, loops, stacks, and arrays. We are supposed to get a positive integer, find all the factors, put each factor onto an array, load the array onto the stack, then output the factors in decreasing order from original positive integer to 1. (General)

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recovery of vista on a packard bellview story

http://www.daniweb.com – first off hello all great site been a great help for the silly things i find go wrong with the software on my computers . ok here we go ....... vista (hate it) but a young friend of my daughters has asked me to sort out her computer for her . said i would then found out it is running vista . (General)

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Change value of src in embedview story

http://www.daniweb.com – how to change src value of <embed> element at run time using java script (General)

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Hypervisor supports Linux guests (Linux Devices)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Enea announced a multi-core-focused “Enea Hypervisor,” which is based on its OSE real-time operating system, but supports Linux clients via its Linx inter-process communication protocol. (more here…) (General)

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Debian live CD distro rev’d (Desktop Linux)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – The Elive team has released a long-awaited upgrade to its Debian-based, live CD-ready distro. (read the story…) (General)

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Hands-on: a close look at Ubuntu’s new non-brown theme (Ars Technica)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Canonical is updating Ubuntu’s look and feel with a new style that departs from the popular Linux distribution’s traditional brown theming. The new theme, which was announced yesterday as part of an initiative to overhaul Ubuntu’s branding and visual identity, will be used in the upcoming Ubuntu 10.04 release, codenamed Lucid Lynx. (General)

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Szulik signs on to remain Red Hat chairman for a year (Local Tech Wire)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Get the latest news alerts: Follow LTW at Twitter. RALEIGH, N.C. – Matthew Szulik will remain chairman of Red Hat (NYSE: RHT ) for at least another year, the company disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. (General)