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crond

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    RE: Economically supporting fre software
    Good thinking, for sure. Meanwhile, try to consider the developers (like Eric, patrick volkerding and many many many others) , who are all supporting open source in their free time, without expecting doller$. Ofcourse, you may need to visit different URLs for different developers to donate,but, i think those people deserve it.
    Link to this post 07 Oct 13

    Good thinking, for sure. Meanwhile, try to consider the developers (like Eric, patrick volkerding and many many many others) , who are all supporting open source in their free time, without expecting doller$.

    Ofcourse, you may need to visit different URLs for different developers to donate,but, i think those people deserve it.

  • crond
    use of "const volatile" variable. [ Not using pointers]
    Hi all, can some one explain, the real-life use of "const volatile" for a variable, which is NOT A POINTER. I mean, I aware about, "const volatile *some_mem_addr". But, what about, "const volatile int not_a_pointer;". As a language feautere, we can declare a variable like above. But, in what exact situation, it can be used? Thanks,
    Link to this post 01 Jun 13

    Hi all,
    can some one explain, the real-life use of "const volatile" for a variable, which is NOT A POINTER.
    I mean, I aware about, "const volatile *some_mem_addr".
    But, what about, "const volatile int not_a_pointer;".
    As a language feautere, we can declare a variable like above. But, in what exact situation, it can be used?

    Thanks,

  • crond
    RE: sa vaux le coup ou pas ?
    May be if you talk in English, we people can join you two , if you wish :)
    Link to this post 14 Dec 12

    May be if you talk in English, we people can join you two , if you wish :)

  • crond
    RE: Hey Everybody
    welcome aboard :)
    Link to this post 27 Nov 12

    welcome aboard :)

  • crond
    RE: Why Do You Use Linux?
    When I was in college, I started to learn 'C'. I used 'Turbo C' in Windows all the time. After the college,through embedded field, I came to know about Linux. The history of Linux, totally made me crazy.Then, I started to use Linux for the 'c' programming. I just stunned with the control/configure options of Linux, not just desktop backgrounds/workspaces/desktop effects, to control the OS itself tooooo. I am in Embedded field and got chance to use different embeddeed OS. But, with Linux, I am happy. Well, to answer your question, 1. to get a job 2. then, in the Job I started to use Linux. But, after start to use SLackware distribution, I slowly migrated/learnt my personal/daily work get done in Linux based distribution.I must say thanks to mfillpot for his greatest help. And now, 3. for fun I use Linux.
    Link to this post 27 Nov 12

    When I was in college, I started to learn 'C'. I used 'Turbo C' in Windows all the time.
    After the college,through embedded field, I came to know about Linux. The history of Linux, totally made me crazy.Then, I started to use Linux for the 'c' programming.
    I just stunned with the control/configure options of Linux, not just desktop backgrounds/workspaces/desktop effects, to control the OS itself tooooo.
    I am in Embedded field and got chance to use different embeddeed OS. But, with Linux, I am happy.
    Well, to answer your question,
    1. to get a job
    2. then, in the Job
    I started to use Linux. But, after start to use SLackware distribution, I slowly migrated/learnt my personal/daily work get done in Linux based distribution.I must say thanks to mfillpot for his greatest help. And now,
    3. for fun
    I use Linux.

  • crond
    RE: Show Your Computers
    Link to this post 31 Aug 12

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