Calculating amplitudes, angular periods, trig styleview story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – Okay. Finals week. The one chapter I was stuck at home sick is also one of the angriest. Would like some help working through these. If someone would be willing to give an answer or two and be procedural, I'd love you forever. Example problems: "Give amplitude and angular period for the following curves: y = 5sin amp=____ ang. period=____ y = 3.519 amp=____ ang. (Embedded)

Fluke 189view story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – I recently purchased a 'Fluke 189' (3yrs ago). I finally found the parts (LCD and input block) I needed on eBay from a dealer in AZ (a-fluke). He's got quite a bit of fluke parts, but he can't seem to help me with the last item I need. I'm looking for the LCD mask for the meter. Fluke Corp. has been less than helpful. They won't give me a part # and have treated me with open hostility. (Embedded)

Ubuntu Spyware: What to Do?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Just posting what i found :) How's the Ubunturero here? Ngayon lang ulit nakapaglogin dito sa Ubuntuforums kase busy sa Linuxmint at Kubuntu :) eto po yung Link nung sa Title ng post ko: http://www.fsf.org/blogs/rms/ubuntu-spyware-what-to-do cheers! OrTigaS (Hardware)

Microsoft Targets Growing Mobile Workforce With 15% Hike In Corporate User Licensing Feesview story

http://techcrunch.com – Microsoft is targeting the growing mobile workforce with a 15 percent hike in license fees directed primarily at companies that have employees who use smartphones and other mobile devices in their work. According to Mary Jo Foley, the new licensing agreement goes into effect December 1 for customers with the user option for its “client access licenses” (CAL). (IT news)

Script Variables Inquiry, Values Okay in Standalone Exec, No-Show in Cron Execview story

http://www.unix.com – I have the following bash script lines in a file named test.sh. Code: #!/bin/bash # # Write Date to cron.log # echo "Begin SSI Load $(date +%d%b%y_%T)" # # Get the latest rates file for processing. # d=$(ls -tr /rms/data/ssi | grep -v "processed" | tail -n 1) filename=$d export filename echo "The file name is $filename." When I execute ./test.sh (HowTos)

prints some fields from different files into a line of new fileview story

http://www.unix.com – i have 3 files as below: Code: [test1][test2][test3] i want to print 1st,2nd,5th and 10th filed of 1st to 5th lines from each files into a line of an output file, so the result would be: [output]: Code: {line1}(field 1 of line 1 from file 1)(field 2 of line 1 from file 1)(field 5 of line 1 from file 1)(field 10 of line 1 from file 1)...(field 10 of line 5 from file 1) {line2}(field 1 (HowTos)

How RMS are you?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I just discovered this awesome little app in the debian repos called vrms (Virtual Richarm M. Stallman). As its name suggests it "will analyze the set of currently-installed packages on a Debian-based system, and report all of the packages from the non-free and contrib trees which are currently installed" (from the man page). (HowTos)

Star Trekview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – hehe... (HowTos)

Daily Checksview story

http://www.unix.com – Hey Guys, I'm seeking some assistance in getting this script to run as a cron job for the user oracle.. the script is basically to perform 2 ADRCI checks... see the script below... (HowTos)

100% free GNU/Linux operating systemsview story

http://blog.sudobits.com – 100% Free OS ? Yeah!, I mean GNU/Linux based operating systems (a.k.a distributions or distro) which is made of free softwares and of course it has no proprietary stuffs. (HowTos)