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    It looks like in that one all that's being done...

    It looks like in that one all that's being done is one picture after another is being displayed. div.style.display = 'none' makes the image disappear. To actually scroll it you could work with the...
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    USB drives sometimes mount as read only. It's...

    USB drives sometimes mount as read only. It's surprising that Windows doesn't recognize the filkesystem, I would have guesed it was formatted to FAT32. Anyway, you can gather some information to help...
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    Yes but the first argument to convert should be...

    Yes but the first argument to convert should be the file you wish to modify. Below I first create a white image and then edit it to create an image with the rectangle. In the end there are two...
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    They're pretty straight forward. For instance,...

    They're pretty straight forward. For instance, the command below will create a white image sized 400 pixels wide by 600 pixels high and draw a rectangle from the 10,10 pixel location (from upper...
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    fvwm goes way back but I guess it's still active....

    fvwm goes way back but I guess it's still active. It's got that old school UNIX look. The Official FVWM Home Page
  6. [SOLVED] I suspect it's telling you need to update your...

    I suspect it's telling you need to update your flash player.
  7. [SOLVED] In the power management widget you'll find a...

    In the power management widget you'll find a checkbox to dim the display when inactive.
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    Linux does support IEEE 802.11n. I'm writing...

    Linux does support IEEE 802.11n. I'm writing this over a mixed 802.11n, 802.11g and 802.11b mode.
  9. I think your network mask needs to be 255.255.0.0.

    I think your network mask needs to be 255.255.0.0.
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    Try to give more information, information on what...

    Try to give more information, information on what you've tried. How did you format your hard drive? Did you try what is suggested here? boot - error: file '/grub/i386-pc/normal.mod' not found - Ask...
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    On mine it was just a setting in the BIOS but...

    On mine it was just a setting in the BIOS but it's a i7-4700MQ with Turbo Boost 2.0.
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    There are differing ways it works but to...

    There are differing ways it works but to simplify: you have some C code which gets compiled into object code (after being converted to assembler in most cases). If you have included other objects and...
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    It may be as simple as typing startx. You should...

    It may be as simple as typing startx. You should give details on the distro and desktop you're running. Have you tried restarting? Depending on your distro:


    sudo shutdown -r now


    or
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    Do you have glib 2.2.4 or greater installed?...

    Do you have glib 2.2.4 or greater installed? It's a part of the gnome library.
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    I like Mate a lot. I just started running Mint...

    I like Mate a lot. I just started running Mint Mate and am very impressed.
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    CSS provides various dimension properties -here's...

    CSS provides various dimension properties -here's a discussion of it CSS Dimension Properties

    An element of the dom has a style property and can be used to dynamically change size and position of...
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    They call it a carousel. Build a carousel with...

    They call it a carousel. Build a carousel with JavaScript - TechRepublic
  18. You can't move a 16 bit reg to a 32 bit reg so if...

    You can't move a 16 bit reg to a 32 bit reg so if you only want the 16 bits you move the 32 bits and use what you need, move to a memory location first then move the 16 bits or use movzx/movsx.
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    Have you inspected the data to see it's format?

    Have you inspected the data to see it's format?
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    22 years for me. I started with FreeBSD that year...

    22 years for me. I started with FreeBSD that year and tried Linux. I preferred FreeBSD but many, many years later decided that Linux was becoming a better desktop environment. I can't help but wonder...
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    I read the manpage for sudo and if it doesn't do...

    I read the manpage for sudo and if it doesn't do the same thing it is very similiar.



    greg@greg-Alienware-14 /data/Development/go $ sudo -i
    greg-Alienware-14 ~ # whoami
    root...
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    There has been a time when I felt I needed it but...

    There has been a time when I felt I needed it but the truth is I can't remember why! Still it is good to know you can become root.
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    To su you need to sudo. i.e. sudo su -

    To su you need to sudo.
    i.e.


    sudo su -
  24. Try: sudo cat export...

    Try:


    sudo cat export PATH=/opt/freescale/usr/local/gcc-4.4.4-glibc-2.11.1-multilib-1.0/arm-fsl-linux-gnueabi/bin:$PATH >>/etc/profile


    If you don't reboot you'll need to source /etc/profile...
  25. The assembler is telling the issue. You are...

    The assembler is telling the issue. You are trying to move the contents of a 16 bit register into a 32 bit register. If memory serves, you need to use movzx (zero extend) or movsx (sign extend).
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