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[CSNATION] Yogscast Allegedly Scamming Yogventure Kickstarter Backersview story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Quote:Despite the success of the Kickstarter campaign in May 2012 for Yogventures, the..." (Hardware)

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C Application Porting from Linux/ Unix Server to Windows 2012view story

http://stackoverflow.com – We are porting our C application in Linux (which is quite large - above a million lines of code) to a Windows Server 2012 environment. Currently we are using a Windows Emulator Cygwin but would like a native port to be done. Are there any specific tools that are there in the market which would make the porting easier or automate certain activities given the size of the code? (HowTos)

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sslserver using 100% cpuview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I've a qmail setup with sslserver being used to secure the pop connections. Normally it runs very well, however some instances of sslserver start taking 100% cpu and its child process qmail-pop3d process is seen as zombie. The process has to be killed to solve the prb. The sslserver version is 0.70. OS is CentOs 6.0 64 bit with 2.6.32-220 kernel. Any clues how I can debug this ? (HowTos)

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Advice regarding pci-e connectionsview story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Hi everyone! So my birthdays coming up and I'm in the market for a new second-hand gpu..." (Hardware)

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Helloview story

http://androidforums.com – Hello (General)

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Naming PPP interfacesview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have two PPP peers, dsl-line1 and dsl-line2 which are configured with pppd on Ubuntu (Server) Linux. They are brought up by the /etc/network/interfaces file with the auto thingy however each PPP connection chooses the name pppX where X varies depending on which comes up first. I would like to make it such that dsl-line1 comes up with a name such as "dsl0" and dsl-line2 with a name like "dsl1" (HowTos)

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About the shell script "/etc/profile"view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – # /etc/profile # System wide environment and startup programs, for login setup # Functions and aliases go in /etc/bashrc pathmunge () { if ! (HowTos)

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Need comment on Intel buildview story

http://hardforum.com – I was given a budget and about 15 minutes to place an order for desktop components. I have been a long time AMD guy at home and just waiting for my 8350 to seem slow before I move to Intel. This seemed like the perfect time to try a build, not on my dime. Being a work machine there will be no gaming, but I have a surplus 6970 I am going to drop in, already have a good case, pwr supply and fans. (Hardware)

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Quickly edit many desktop shortcutsview story

http://superuser.com – I am going to move all my users' homefolders to a new location. Unfortunately the vast majority uses desktop shortcuts linking to server-stored files. In the old environment there is no set drive letter that people use, so the shortcuts all link to the servername itself. The new environment won't have this problem. When I move all of their files, everyones shortcut is going to break. (HowTos)

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AA batteries hot with LED stripsview story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – Hey guys. I found an instructable for a lamp and instead of using a normal household light globe ive decided to use LED strips that ive previously used for a computer mod. Theyre 12V and ive wired them up to a 8x AA battery holder with a switch. (Embedded)

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How to grep diacritics with pdfgrepview story

http://superuser.com – I just install pdfgrep on my win server 2012 using cgywin and it's work fine except for special chars with diacritics, when I type: pdfgrep -i -H -c -r "confirme" /cygdrive/c/Users/Administrateur/Desktop it's returning the name of each pdf on my Desktop with the numbers of "confirme" appears in but if I type: pdfgrep -i -H -c -r "développement" /cygdrive/c/Users/Administrateur/Desktop (HowTos)

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Percentage memory usage of the process in C (or java)view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I would like to get the percentage of memory used by a single process using /proc/pid/ pseudo-filesystem. With /proc/pid/status | grep Vm I get some useful information: VmPeak: Peak virtual memory size. VmSize: Virtual memory size. VmLck: Locked memory size. VmHWM: Peak resident set size. VmRSS: Resident set size. VmData: Size of date. VmStk: stack. VmExe: text segments. Based on this informati (HowTos)