is there a way i can use a device blocked by one program, if
required by another prog.? the situation is like this, i am running
skype on linux and at the same time i want to play xmms for some
songs, (i can do it in windows, skype and winamp together so i hear
the person as well as some music in backgrond.)
to my knowledge i dont think its possible in linux, but just
wanting to wish the i am wrong ;-)
I would like to know how can i change my makefile so that i can run it on X Window Environment.
My makefile is perfectly working in Shell, but i need to either compile it into xwindow environment or is there any way i can change my makefile so that it can be run in xwindow environment.
Appreciate if you guys can help me out.
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I have two hard disks. THe hard disk which is connected as slave has grub on
its mbr. and has a windows xp installation, running along with ubuntu 5.10.
The other disk(connected as master) has only a windows xp installation. I
want to be able to boot into either of these 3 os installations (ubuntu and
xp on slave and xp on master) from the grub. So i made the slave hard disk
as my 1st boot device. Now i can boot into xp and ubuntu of the slave deive
But when i try and boot into the xp installation of the master disk, it
boots into the xp installation of slave only.
The entry for the master xp installation in menu.lst is as follows
I have added this entry myself.
COuld anyone suggest what the problem could be??
why cant companies give development hands on practice by making trainees work
on some opensource project. That way the trainees can get to see some real
community approved style of coding. That will improve their coding skills and
Its like the trainees having the whole opensource community as mentors.. till
they are ready to work on internal projects that is. After which it depends on
the company policy whatever.
Life would have been a lot more easier if we could look at the source code.
>"Have you ever felt teased when driver developers of other operating
>systems teased you about a lack of a "proper" driver development kit
>for Linux? Have you felt left out of the crowd when looking at the 36
>cdrom package of documentation and example source code that other
>operating systems provide for their developers? Well feel ashamed no
I have inclination towards driver development and also develop the same. We can have a session of 'development of DD using an e.g'.
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