Although every child is perfect, parents are not. By definition :rolleyes:
Are you expecting, or a parent? Even if you are trying so hard to be prefect, it is prefectly normal to be insecure on how to handle a situation now and then. Or to be proud of how some turned out. This is the place for those AF-ers to meet and share experiences.
Hello everybody,I will try to introduce myself correctly.So I'm a french guy (20yo) who learned to use a GNU/Linux distro with Debian Lenny and Ubuntu9.10 (and recently 10.04).But I love to test everything, and I think that Ubuntu is going on the wrong way... I was on OpenBox3, and my themes were often inspired by #! ^^I have hesitate a long long time to install #!
A parent company isn’t all that different from a real parent. They feed you, and give you money. They give you advice (sometimes more strictly than others). And, yes, they embarrass you. Speaking of, today our proud parent company Aol, with vast experience in the retail, online retail, online business, has launched an online storefront for its brands, including TechCrunch.
I'm creating a parent-child process in C and these processes are using an array of characters as a shared memory and i want the execution to be in this sequence
parent->child->parent->child->parent->child .... and so on, i am using Wait(NULL) in parent but the execution go in the sequence of parent->child->parent->parent->parent ....
For many parents, it is a challenge to get in touch with a child by contacting their smartphone. In most cases, they ignore their parents’ calls and texts. This is not good for any parent as it leads to worrying. One parent had enough of this and decided to develop Ignore No More. It is an application that gives control to parents.
Here at FOSS Force were proud to be associated with Ken Starks. Were proud because of the great articles he writes advocating Linux. Were also extremely proud that he was chosen to be a keynote speaker at this years Ohio LinuxFest.