I unpack the Debian package.
Some computer monitors either do not provide correct EDID, or no EDID at all. An example monitor is LG E2340T. In this case you can provide a hand-crafted EDID file in
xorg.conf. For setting the correct screen resolution in the EDID file you can either use a hex-editor, or use below short C program.
I sometimes teach a C programming language course. I use the following simple exercises for the students to solve on their own. Most solutions are no longer than 10-20 lines of C code.
- Exercising simple loop and
printf(): Print a table of square root values for arguments 1 to 30.
if-statement, flag-handling: Read a list of numbers into an array, and then sort the array with Bubblesort.
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In three earlier posts I showed the development of this blog.
- Statistics of this Blog: 2.600 Views, 78 Countries, 20 Comments, February 2014
- Statistics of this Blog: 1.000 Views, 60 Countries, 10 Likes, October 2013
- My Blog Statistics by Country, September 2013
The last workshop from 2011 had two high-profile speakers regarding CUDA technology: Dr. Timo Stich and Vasily Volkov. The 2014 workshop features Dr. Stich, Dr. Karl Rupp, Hans Pabst (Intel), and others.
Addendum 06-Aug-2014: See my notes taken at the workshop in
- Day 1, Workshop Programming of Heterogeneous Systems in Physics
- Day 2, Workshop Programming of Heterogeneous Systems in Physics
One simple way to get rid of the very short timeout in shell access to OpenShift is to unset the
TMOUT environment variable:
Before I knew that I used an Expect script. Below Expect script defeats the annoying timeout by sending some text every 60 seconds.