Is there an equivalent of windows rand_s function on linux ?
Indeed, a rand function but generating random number between 0 and UINT_MAX` (4294967295)
I have the solution of combine some digit rand() to create a big rand but I'm pretty sure the probabilities will no more be 1/UINT_MAX (because rand is a pseudo-random function and here I calculate with a sequence of rand call).
For example, the fo
I don't want to lose any data, so I'm asking if the solution Novell offers is safe to try. If not, are there safe alternatives?
I have two volume groups: main and Rand; Rand is what I boot from while main is an older group.
main/home stopped mounting due to a possible bad superblock. (this error)
I found this Novell link suggesting vgcfgrestore yesterday, so I tried it.
The code given below runs properly but crashes after few seconds.
using namespace std;
I am doing a m/m/2/2 discrete event simulation. The result is same as the theoretical value, which means the program is correct (in Ubuntu, g++). However, when I tested the code again in windows (visual studio), the result is only correct when number of trials is less than 10000.