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361  General / The Pub / Re: What are you listening to? on: November 04, 2011, 03:57:34 AM
I have no particular taste in music , pretty much all of it is listenable,and this topic is rich in soon to be played / explored stuff .
Not listening to anything atm , but I loaded some shakira (in spainish ) , and andrea bocelli to the hard drive ( for testing purposes ),and started the morning listening to Jon Schmidt 's new wave classical styled piano music this morning" ,and as I write this I 'm thinking of Corvus Corax - a group of mediaeaval music revivalists.

This is a fun topic. Snce Lisa Marie mentioned Peanuts , :something by Jon Schmidt ; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyPDQpel8bI
362  General / The Pub / Re: free to install software on: November 03, 2011, 13:51:29 PM
I would second that motion ,
anglophony
363  Assistance / Software / Re: CONSOLE APPS on: November 02, 2011, 16:55:28 PM
G'day atilboo

The only thing I'm offering is to report on the old style conole apps, and mostly the the easy to compile stuff at that .You guys have enough on your hands herding penguins now so I prefer to not shake the boat( pardon the mixed metaphors pls ).
I sometimes think people forget there was a (computer ) life before gui's.
But since I'm mostly thinking of software tools , That is likeliest to be what I talk about.


edit : this may give you a better  idea :http://kmandla.wordpress.com/software/
364  Assistance / Software / CONSOLE APPS on: November 01, 2011, 19:45:22 PM
Sometimes I do my "thing " in console mode (level 2 or 3 )
I find there are somethings I would like to have, would there be any interest in my reporting things of that nature that work  ?

365  General / The Pub / Re: free to install software on: November 01, 2011, 16:33:55 PM
@lisa  Grin
366  General / The Pub / Re: free to install software on: November 01, 2011, 15:59:32 PM
My thoughts is that this is only another layer of security, which is a process , NOT a cure.There are other o/s's involved other than microsoft ,if only legacy o/s's, so that will need to be addressed as well.

Off the top of my head , the thought I have is that if they can get access to your computer , then they own it, period.
For example , they could re-flash the bios , with some sort of hacked bios, , or they could simply image your hard drive , and take all the time they need elsewhere ( a Ipod  perhaps, or maybe a iphone sending the image to a remote storage ). And I am sure that Win#8 will be hacked soon enough that will run on anyones computer ( hardware architecture permitting ).

Governments will love it, control freaks will love it,but anyone  ELSE who is using using a computer will be tempted to leave it running full time, ,,, imagine this scene ,,,,,,,,the approved  o/s boot , then the supervisor boot password ,  the operators password, then maybe a disk encryption password , and file encryption password.
Most security failures are through someones laziness, or through theft.
   
367  General / The Pub / Re: free to install software on: November 01, 2011, 10:59:02 AM
They were never good at  making and selling hardware, the few times they tried , they took a loss .
Micorsoft never worked doing software engineering until Windows 3.1, they always made the best money thru "Robber Baron Marketing ".
368  General / The Pub / Re: free to install software on: November 01, 2011, 02:06:15 AM
Then , gentlemen , you may find this of interest..........http://www.linuxtoday.com/it_management/2011102900341NWDT
369  Assistance / Software / Re: Compiling on: October 31, 2011, 22:20:06 PM
Hi again!
Correct , the page you refer to IS the one I worked from.
And his "a few " is a lot more than two.
I am sure I picked up his site information from here , but after two or three days of just reading THIS site , I can't tell you for sure where I had seen it.

Now , when I make a trial run , it runs to completion, but I need to provide the source code of other packages before I can even think of running a "make", but this is the fun of figuring out what to do, it mostly all a game for me.
Lets see where ELSE I hang up............:-D
370  Assistance / Software / Re: Compiling on: October 31, 2011, 20:20:57 PM
Hi atolboo

you asked :.....of pcdomain
What´s this ^^^

so this :.....https://parduswiki.pcdomain.com/Main_Page
371  Assistance / Software / Re: Compiling on: October 31, 2011, 18:33:26 PM
Hya Lisa

 Trying to compile a program called Enna , to build on the elementary build of Enlightenment.
the question above was based on the incomplete compiling envoirement I was getting.However , following the suggestion of pcdomain I added Pardus Corporate , and got my complire envirement from there, so I think THAT problem is SOLVED.

However , not being a genius , I WILL read the howto you give me.
By configuration log , do you mean the log generated by the build process ( for warnings , errors , and all other oopies )?

Addendum
I see my error now , I didn't use the "-c" switch, D'OH

SOLVED
372  Assistance / Software / Re: Compiling on: October 31, 2011, 17:35:00 PM
oops
forgot to mention that I'm running pardus 2011.2_32.
Anglophony
373  Assistance / Software / Compiling on: October 31, 2011, 16:14:52 PM

I feel like such a nOOb, trying to compile , but I keep running into missing components ( no stdio.h is the last one).
The last time I went to upgrade , I got a "libpng dependency missing " error.could anyone make a suggestion to cure this?


thank you
Anglophony
374  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Roadmap for Pardus Corporate 2 release on: October 31, 2011, 03:27:10 AM


Good to know/hear :-)
375  General / Fun website / Re: A better world on: October 28, 2011, 15:56:34 PM
Yes , a major problem.However there ARE groups now like  LINUX CHIX ,and over my life time ,I see the paradigm shifting , but yes , still a uphill road . Embarrassed
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