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Living Room / Re: Cheers as Large Hadron Collider smashes atoms
« on: April 01, 2010, 06:38 AM »
I can't wait to see the results of the experiments. I hope they will solve a lot of the questions that the physicists have regarding fundamental particles.

We are living interesting times.

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DcUpdater / Re: Crash on XP Pro SP3
« on: April 01, 2010, 03:40 AM »
Any news on this issue? Or maybe it does not deserve a fix?

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Found Deals and Discounts / Re: CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5
« on: March 25, 2010, 05:31 AM »
Maybe the euro is at a 1:2 parity with the dollar and we don't know it. Not even the European Central Bank does not know it, only Corel knows it.

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Living Room / Re: This Car Runs on Code
« on: March 12, 2010, 06:00 AM »
The F-22 is an absolutely AWESOME piece of technology.
Unfortunately, it has proven to be too expensive to build.  So the program will be shutdown.   :(
That's a shame.

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DcUpdater / Re: Crash on XP Pro SP3
« on: March 10, 2010, 09:32 AM »
For me, it does not happen only at startup. I have opened the PC a few hours ago, and if I start the DcUpdater program, most of the times it will work, but a few times it crashes with a pop-up window appearing, as jaden has described, or, in other cases, it just closes, with no warning.


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DcUpdater / Re: Crash on XP Pro SP3
« on: March 10, 2010, 03:14 AM »
This is reproducing here also (same OS, same version, same crash).

The crashes started after the last DcUpdater update (maybe the windows 7 crashes fixes broke something for XP?).
The crashes occur especially after startup.

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Living Room / Re: This Car Runs on Code
« on: March 08, 2010, 03:32 AM »
This is very interesting. I hope that this software systems (both those on planes and those on cars) are thoroughly tested.

Does anybody know a case in which the on-board software in some of these machines failed?
(I know that Ariane's 5 first launch crashed because of a software bug)

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It seems that you can only eliminate LAN traffic, not display both LAN and WAN traffic separately. Maybe there is another tool that can do this.

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Can NetWorx filter by LAN/WAN?

You can choose what network interface to monitor (if you have more than one). And there is also an option to filter out local LAN traffic:
(quote from product help http://www.softperfe...ual/options_main.htm)

"The Ignore local traffic within the LAN option enables NetWorx to take into account only your Internet traffic, excluding all local communications. Technically this means that all traffic between the following addresses is ignored (these IP address ranges can be adjusted):

IPv4:
10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255
172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.255
192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255
169.254.0.0 to 169.254.255.255

IPv6:
Link-local addresses starting with fe80:

Turning this feature on causes NetWorx to load a network driver needed for this purpose. Although the driver has been properly tested, there is always a chance of a conflict with a third-party driver that may result in a crash. If your PC becomes unstable, simply unselect this option and restart the application
."

Is this what you need?

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+1 for NetWorks, mentioned by joby_toss. It is highly configurable and you can make it work the way you like it.

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Me. Although I do generally do not gamble, in the interest of testing the program I will put my money in it.  :D

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After spending the last few weeks doing heavy duty javascript for my new http://www.tfdocs.com site, and having an absolute ball, i think i can pretty much guarantee that i will update the world cup predictor for 2010.

Hurray!!!  :beerchug:

Lookoing forward to it.  ;)

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I would like to see it too. And, if necessary, I'll try to help you with data or whatever it is required.

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Perl / Re: Is Perl still being used?
« on: October 28, 2009, 07:15 AM »
Yes, you are right, for Windows you have to install a 3rd party distribution and this can generate the problems you have mentioned.

Fortunately I did not have problems with Active Perl until now.

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Perl / Re: Is Perl still being used?
« on: October 28, 2009, 02:38 AM »
As a novice or dedicated Windows user, you *may* want to consider Python over Perl, but otherwise Perl still rules the roost IMHO.

Most of my Perl scripts are runed from Windows, I can't remember having problems on it. What is nice is that I was able to run the same scripts on Linux with almost 0 modifications (the only thing I had to do is to convert the script file from MSDOS format to Linux format).

Did you have problems with Perl, on Windows? If yes, I would like to know what happened, maybe I will encounter them in the future.

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Developer's Corner / Re: What's your Programming Language?
« on: October 27, 2009, 08:31 AM »
In general i think it's silly to say a scripting language isn't a "real" programming language -- the real issue is choosing the right tool for the right job.

Amen!

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Perl / Re: Is Perl still being used?
« on: October 27, 2009, 08:30 AM »
I agree with Gothi[c] and Jibz, for text parsing Perl is great!

I just love  :-* to use Perl's regular expressions. And I know that there are some other applications that also use Perl's regex.

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Developer's Corner / Re: What's your Programming Language?
« on: October 26, 2009, 09:12 AM »
I really like C (I started to like it after I understood it).  :D

At work I use Perl, which is also nice.

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Perl / Re: Is Perl still being used?
« on: October 26, 2009, 09:09 AM »
I use it, at work. I heard that it is in a fierce competition with Python, but I do not know who is winning.

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Living Room / Re: What's required for Aero in Win7?
« on: October 23, 2009, 01:48 AM »
To confirm Innuendo's supposition, I heard that the "Upgrade Advisor" has some "false positives" (and it was related to the video card, too). Unfortunately I can't find the site...

As it always happen, I found the site after I have put the post. Here it is:
http://www.ghacks.ne...s-7-upgrade-advisor/

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Living Room / Re: What's required for Aero in Win7?
« on: October 23, 2009, 01:46 AM »
To confirm Innuendo's supposition, I heard that the "Upgrade Advisor" has some "false positives" (and it was related to the video card, too). Unfortunately I can't find the site...

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You're welcome.  :)

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Thanks guys! I used the Process Explorer ages ago, sounds like that could work.

Before I test it (and lose some or all of my opened tabs - I'm using Chrome's "open all last opened pages again on program start" feature), would anyone be so kind and test it for me?  :)

I tested it and it works. The last tabs that were opened are restored. When I open Chrome, it detects that it was not shut down properly, and gives you the option to open the browser with those tabs. I'm using version 3.0.195.25

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Ok, I'm no expert in this, so your explanation is the right one. Does this mean that the child processes are created in a special way? Or maybe the child processes know who their parent is and constantly interrogate it in order to see if it is still working?

Returning to the original question, maybe brotherS could tell us if he has found what he is looking for in the posts above. :)

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Or the parent process is saying to the child processes: "I made you, I kill you".

Anyhow, the "Kill the Process Tree" option would be an alternative if this would not work.

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