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Karl Baba

Trad climber
Yosemite, Ca
Feb 3, 2013 - 07:31pm PT
Yur Gonna Die!!!!
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 6, 2013 - 07:10pm PT
The operating system code that implemented this file system was a drastically simplified version of the present scheme. One important simplification followed from the fact that the system was not multi-programmed; only one program was in memory at a time, and control was passed between processes only when an explicit swap took place. So, for example, there was an iget routine that made a named i-node available, but it left the i-node in a constant, static location rather than returning a pointer into a large table of active i-nodes. A precursor of the current buffering mechanism was present (with about 4 buffers) but there was essentially no overlap of disk I/O with computation. This was avoided not merely for simplicity. The disk attached to the PDP-7 was fast for its time; it transferred one 18-bit word every 2 microseconds. On the other hand, the PDP-7 itself had a memory cycle time of 1 microsecond, and most instructions took 2 cycles (one for the instruction itself, one for the operand). However, indirectly addressed instructions required 3 cycles, and indirection was quite common, because the machine had no index registers. Finally, the DMA controller was unable to access memory during an instruction. The upshot was that the disk would incur overrun errors if any indirectly-addressed instructions were executed while it was transferring. Thus control could not be returned to the user, nor in fact could general system code be executed, with the disk running. The interrupt routines for the clock and terminals, which needed to be runnable at all times, had to be coded in very strange fashion to avoid indirection.
T H

Boulder climber
bouldering
Feb 8, 2013 - 03:03am PT
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 8, 2013 - 11:25pm PT
Theo, here it is let me know.

http://besaw.webs.com/tech/theo.htm
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 9, 2013 - 11:27am PT
To Tony Bird.

Time orginization(s)

http://openbsd.org/faq/faq8.html#TimeZone


Reference 5.4 What is the "OSI 7-Layer Model"?-> Note ISO

http://newdata.box.sk/2001/jan/sniffing-faq.htm

College Computer Science besides the major requirements
required "required electives". These are related topics of your choice
for the chosen major. Mine chosen were Unix and the teacher was the
founder or a founder of SCO, but Solaris was what was used
in class. SCO is still sold here despite what appears as some court
action against them.

http://bsd.org/

The teacher mentioned the 3 year deal to me, but prior to going college I
had already met CA. BAR requirements with a test that required 6000 hours
of taxable income working under a state licensed contractor prior to
taking the test which was not a contractors license test, noting I worked
under a C-61 speciality limitations contractors license.The excepted BAR
provision did not have by yourself provisioning as mentioned by others
with the 3 year deal.

weezy

climber
Feb 9, 2013 - 11:32am PT
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 10, 2013 - 12:16pm PT
Tony Bird, "UT (Universal Time) and acronym" I think precedes both
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and the ISO.

Reference::Background
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coordinated_Universal_Time

Unix Epoch is discussed in paragraph 4 under Rationale at the same link
above.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 11, 2013 - 10:01am PT
No, idiot, only the NORTH end of a magnet increases entropy. The south end decreases it.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 13, 2013 - 07:01pm PT
I've got a dos2unix script on my computer where the file date is Apr 20 1994,
so the script is at least 19 years old, and more likely it's from the late 80s.

Why are you wallowing in the past?
Brandon-

climber
The Granite State.
Feb 13, 2013 - 08:13pm PT
Best below the radar troll ever.
kev

climber
A pile of dirt.
Feb 13, 2013 - 09:06pm PT
Actually they seized the girls due to their involvement with the radioactive meth being made by Heisenberg in a near by town.
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 13, 2013 - 09:12pm PT
That was not mentioned and mainly only electronic circuitry was discussed
at wide open conferences held in the Marriot and other large hotels.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 13, 2013 - 09:25pm PT
Actually they seized the girls due to their involvement with the radioactive meth being made by Heisenberg in a near by town.

It's a good thing it wasn't radioactive speed because then they wouldn't have been able to locate it.
Ghost

climber
A long way from where I started
Feb 13, 2013 - 09:36pm PT
It's a good thing it wasn't radioactive speed because then they wouldn't have been able to locate it.

And if they did locate it, they would no longer no whether it was speed.
locker

Social climber
FukUville
Feb 24, 2013 - 12:02pm PT


You really should have been "Asking TONY" all along...

Gilroy

Social climber
Bolderado
Feb 24, 2013 - 01:04pm PT
Fellow, he shoulda downloaded Open Office from the git-go.

Somewhat off-putting but entertainement enough on a blowy snowy Sunday. I do agree with Brandon, though. Best under the radar troll nominee...
nutjob

Sport climber
Almost to Hollywood, Baby!
Feb 25, 2013 - 06:50pm PT
B_E_S,

I see you are getting stuck with rsa keygen, so why don't you just exchange 4096 bit keys with plain text TFTP over UDP? If you use a broadcast MAC address then you don't need to get an IP address with DHCP first. Anyways BOOTP is better. Just make sure to prepend good DNS entries in dhclient.conf.

That would then let you switch windows authentication to a mysql database with manilla folders on your desktop. And if you added an EIA TIA serial connection to a servo motor on the coffee maker, you could ping yourself a cup of coffee.

But first things first. Better to stick with tried and true ASM on MC68000 because you don't need all those extra address and data registers. Just program more efficiently and remember the stack is your friedn! Do BEQ or BNEQ or jump register or whatever they call it these days and all your Windows XP / OpenBSD problems will be behind you.

Good luck!
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 25, 2013 - 08:58pm PT
photo not found
Missing photo ID#291605

INTEGER*2 OUT(4,11),IN(120) M.L. 2
INTEGER NAME(20),AST/'&'/
DATA OUT/' ',3*'+',4*' ','.',4*' ',',',4*' ','*',3*' ','*','#','.'M.L. 3


1,'*','#',' ','.','*','#',',','.','M','*',' ','.','M','*','T','M','M.L. 4

2L','T','W'/ M.L. 5


READ5,L,(NAME(J),J=1,20)
5 FORMAT(I2,20A1)
K=1
7 IF (NAME(K).EQ.AST) GO TO 8
K=K+1
GO TO 7
8 K=K-1
II=1
WRITE(6,100) M.L. 6
100 FORMAT(///'1') M.L. 13
3 READ(5,1,END=10) IN
IF(II.NE.120) GO TO 4
IF(L.EQ.0) GO TO 4
DO 300 I=1,K
300 IN(I+90)=0
4 WRITE(6,2)(OUT(I,1),(OUT(I,IN(J)+2),J=1,120),I=1,4) M.L. 8
IF (II.NE.120) GO TO 20
IF (L.EQ.0) GO TO 20
WRITE(6,15) (NAME(J),J=1,K)
15 FORMAT('+',95X,20A1)
20 II=II+1
GO TO 3
10 WRITE(6,100) M.L. 10
1 FORMAT(60I1/60I1)
2 FORMAT(A1,5X,120A1) M.L. 12
STOP M.L. 14
END M.L. 15

11DAVE*WILLIS&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
998777777766666666666666666666666666666666666666667777777777 M.L. 16
777766666666666666667676767766777777777777777777777777777777 M.L. 17
998777777777666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666 M.L. 18

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 25, 2013 - 10:41pm PT
when one of those came off the printer, everyone in the room looked up (and it was a large room)

it's amazing how primitive that code is
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Feb 26, 2013 - 01:25am PT
This was written shortly before the epoch. It will need one slight change to account for Fortran I/O but the algorithm will exactly solve your problem. You will need to modify both the text and the output association.

* SNOBOL4 (VERSION 3.0,  DEC. 17, 1969)
* BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED

*            WHEN THE OUTPUT ASSOCIATION FOR "SING" IS CHANGED TO
*            A DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERT WITH THE PROPER MELODY
*            SYNTHESIZER, THIS PROGRAM SINGS THAT OLD CHRISTMASTIME
*            FAVORITE, "A PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE."
*
*                                    M. D. SHAPIRO
*
            ACAPPELLA.CHOIR = 6 OR MORE PEOPLE SINGING IN TUNE
*
            DAYS = 'FIRST,SECOND,THIRD,FOURTH,FIFTH,SIXTH,'
+           'SEVENTH,EIGHTH,NINTH,TENTH,ELEVENTH,TWELFTH,'
            NEXT = BREAK(',') . WHICH LEN(1)
*
            TRACE('SING','VALUE',,'SONG')
            &TRACE = 1000
            DEFINE('SONG()')                                        :(NEXT.DAY)
SONG      PAUSE IDENT(SING) OUTPUT('SING', ACAPPELLA.CHOIR,
+           "(' " PAUSE "',100A1)") = '    '                        :(RETURN)
*
NEXT.DAY    DAYS NEXT =                                             :F(CODA)
               SING = (TAKE A BREATH)
            SING = 'ON THE ' WHICH ' DAY OF CHRISTMAS,'
            SING = 'MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME,'                       :($WHICH)
TWELFTH     SING = 'TWELVE LORDS A-LEAPING,'
ELEVENTH    SING = 'ELEVEN LADIES DANCING,'
TENTH       SING = 'TEN PIPES PIPING,'
NINTH       SING = 'NINE DRUMMERS DRUMMING,'
EIGHTH      SING = 'EIGHT MAIDS A-MILKING,'
SEVENTH     SING = 'SEVEN SWANS A-SWIMMING,'
SIXTH       SING = 'SIX GEESE A-LAYING,'
FIFTH       SING = 'FIVE GOLD RINGS,'
FOURTH      SING = 'FOUR COLLY BIRDS,'
THIRD       SING = 'THREE FRENCH HENS,'
SECOND      SING = 'TWO TURTLEDOVES,'
FIRST       SING = AND 'A PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE.'
            AND = IDENT(AND) 'AND '                                 :(NEXT.DAY)
*
CODA        SING = INPUT                                            :S(CODA)
*
END
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