@jcolebrand - Dumb question, but I never really learned logarithms. We did a Math problem/puzzle in class and I kind of figured out that the pattern that the puzzle showed was a log, (well, I guessed cube root, but the teacher told me it's a log). My neighbor explained logs to me tonight, but I'm not sure what the notation looks like. That aside, how would I get a log of base 3 in C?
I setup Ubuntu 11.04 desktop 32 bit on a VirtualBox VM with a shared folder to the host. The shared folder is
I want to change Apache2 to point the DocumentRoot to that folder, so I edited /etc/apache2/sites-available/default to replace the existing two paths in that file to /m...
I have this code, it submits an upload form to a website. I need to convert it to VB.NET so I can integrate it into another project of mine, but I am getting quite stuck
from cStringIO import StringIO
Anyone involved in deleting that is probably not too bright.
So it goes.
And yes, I'm mad because I had written a good follow-up comment and by the time I could push it the answer was gone. I'd strongly suggest at least reading people's profile logs before deciding what they have to say (and what people have to respond about) adds no value to the discourse. The up and downvote system takes care of it, and some of us find those little pockets of truth to be more enlightening than the so-called "answer".
A short while ago, Microsoft made a pitch to webOS developers. "Join us, and get a free phone and free training." Well, although I'm not a webOS developer, I am an iOS developer. I figured that Microsoft is trying to garner developers and so they wouldn't really care.
I responded to the initial...
I had an almost same problem - booting took forever on windows (10-15 mins atleast), Ubuntu was a snap. Removed Windows, did a full chkdsk with mark for bad sectors - the bad sectors I guess were on the same spot as where the boot files were. After marking the sectors as bad and doing a repair install everything was ship-shape