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For the longest time, I never noticed that there was a contrib directory in gcc’s source archive. Not only that, but the download_prerequisites script does an amazingly simple job that saves me minutes off a single gcc compile. What does … Continue reading
I was able to use the ZAR data recovery software to restore an entire directory full of images after someone deleted their folder via the camera. http://www.z-a-recovery.com/download.htm Pretty good software and I like their name of “Zero Assumption Recovery.” Remember … Continue reading
I haven’t done a command in the week in such a long time that I hoped to semi resurrect into at least a monthly-weekly adventure. The sys_basher command is an excellent tool to perform some tests on cpu, memory, and … Continue reading
This happened again at work and thought I would post the “solution” for future reference. Problem: After an installation/update of an Adobe product, the Windows 7 desktop loses connecting to off the network. After doing an ipconfig, there was an … Continue reading
Here are the steps that allowed me to actually compile amber, amber mpi, amber cuda, and some other cuda variations on Centos 5.6. After each make clean I had to rerun the python patch script, that was something wasn’t so … Continue reading
I’m switching over from EMC Legato Networker to the IBM TSM 6.2 this year and I’m still in the phase of reading the documentation. I will say that it is a ton of things to read and the concepts of … Continue reading
http://users.forthnet.gr/pat/efotinis/programs/deskpins.html This is pretty sweet for Windows when you want to pin a window on top of all other ones. This works like on my linux desktop where you can just keep a window on top of all other ones.