I'm not sure why Sprint is being mum about the release. It seems to me, a new released cell phone should be released to all carriers the same time. I realize they have to put their own apps and work their network into the phones, but there is no reason why Sprint hasn't at least said a specific month.
GNOME 2.31.2 Development Release
I'm sure you had lost hope. Hope to finally see GNOME 2.31.2. It's true
that it's one day late, which is unusual. I could say it's because of an
udpated toolchain here, or because some tarballs were missing files,
were depending on unreleased version of libraries or didn't build for
Hey guys, I hope you are having a fine day. I am working on a power distribution algorithm, which i want to demonstrate graphically, but in a nice manner. I am good in Java, hence i will be doing the algorithm part in Java itself. I would like to know which language one can use to create a nice GUI for this program, where i can display some modules(sink) from the grid(source).
I googled the iostat command's man manual about the %nice. In the explanation of the value of %nice there is a phrase about nice priority. I can not understand the meaning about it, can someone explain it?
The complete comment in the man page is as follows.
Show the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at the user level with nice priority.
Hi all,I just had a look how the nice command works together with the autogroup patch. (See i.e. this discussion: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=108516, or the links at the end of the post).While the default behaviour is consistent, it is rather annoying:Nice works only inside a group, while my processes (i.e.