Re: [Haifux] Nokia

2003-07-04 Thread guy keren
On 2 Jul 2003, Ilia Lin wrote: Hello ! I'm searcing for software connecting my Nokia6210 phone with PC, that runs under Linux. Can someone suggest me one ? My configuration: Seleron 600 USB 1.1 Sigmatel IRDA Dongle ( U160 ) Nokia 6210 with IRDA there is a program named

Re: [Haifux] W2L0 Makefile basics, draft

2003-09-14 Thread guy keren
On Mon, 15 Sep 2003, Maor Meir wrote: As promissed: attached is the text I wrote for basic Makefile use to add to W2L0 look it over, comment, I'll fix as necessary and than shlomi could HTMLize it to fit with the rest of the beautyfied lecture slides. you basically don't give examples of

Re: [Haifux] W2L0 Makefile basics, draft

2003-09-16 Thread guy keren
On Mon, 15 Sep 2003, Maor Meir wrote: A revised draft. spelling errors corrected, shlomi's explanation on syntax was fit in, a note on info was added at the end. the term 'time-stamp' might be unknown to people - perhaps add an explanation in pharantases, e.g.: time-stamps (time of

Re: [Haifux] Is the redirect to /newcomers/ a good idea?

2003-10-11 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 11 Oct 2003, Alon Altman wrote: On Sat, 11 Oct 2003, Eli Billauer wrote: This is the classic paradigm held by Microsoft: The user has no idea what he or she wants, let's push our suggestions. That's why you never know what happens next when you run Windows. Why are we

[Haifux] RFC: 'basic admin' lecture

2003-10-18 Thread guy keren
i updated alon's original 'basic admin' lecture slides and temporarily placed them at http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/basic-admin/ - for review. comments are welcome. specifially, about the new stuff, regarding 'apt' (today was the first time i used 'apt' ;) ). please note that i did not put the

Re: [Haifux] RFC: 'basic admin' lecture

2003-10-18 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 18 Oct 2003, Orna Agmon wrote: http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/basic-admin/node3.html#h I suppose you wanted to do something about the following line: Installers - Usually commercial software, which the wonders of copy and paste. re-added the missing lines.

Re: [Haifux] RFC: 'basic admin' lecture

2003-10-18 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 18 Oct 2003, Alon Altman wrote: http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/basic-admin/node6.html#h names should be named in the To install a new program... line. fixed. http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/basic-admin/adminlec.css Please replace violet with #ee81ee (sorry, my mistake). ok,

Re: [Haifux] RFC: 'basic admin' lecture

2003-10-18 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 18 Oct 2003, Alon Altman wrote: on |, and . Seems like one of the strongest tools for answering the question: What command will do IT to Something? is doing: apropos Something |grep IT I agree this falls somewhere in between and should be mentioned. Maybe add a slide about

Re: [Haifux] Errors when Compiling 2.4.22 with modules (fwd)

2003-11-24 Thread guy keren
i would try to break the problem into two problems. first, disable the automatic mounting of the ntfs file-system(s), and see if you can boot into the new kernel with the ext3 partitions only. by the way, i assume that ext3 is compiled directly into the kernel, and NOT as a module. if this is

[Haifux] slides for monday's lecture users, processes, permissions - and what's between them

2003-12-20 Thread guy keren
The slides are temporarily available at the following URL: http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/users-processes-and-permissions/ examples will be shown on a live linux system during the lecture. note that i decided to cut off the I/O redirection stuff - there are already 29 slides, and that's the

Re: [Haifux] slides for monday's lecture users, processes, permissions - and what's between them

2003-12-20 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 21 Dec 2003, Orna Agmon wrote: On Sat, 20 Dec 2003, guy keren wrote: The slides are temporarily available at the following URL: http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/users-processes-and-permissions/ examples will be shown on a live linux system during the lecture. I think

Re: [Haifux] slides for monday's lecture users, processes, permissions - and what's between them

2003-12-21 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 21 Dec 2003, Orna Agmon wrote: On Sun, 21 Dec 2003, guy keren wrote: I think also a very important thing to teach is to check after yourself when you change permissions, at least in the first few times, to see you did what you intended. And only that. this is something i

Re: [Haifux] Suggestions for part 2 of SiL#1

2003-12-23 Thread guy keren
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003, Alon Altman wrote: Hi, Now that the SiL#1 lecture was split into two, we can add more material to the lecture. Here are my suggestions. I think the following things should be added to the lecture: - umask as i shouted at the end of the first lecture - i'll talk about

[Haifux] slides for monday's lecture

2004-01-03 Thread guy keren
the (updated) slides for monday's lecture are temporarily available at http://www.actcom.co.il/~choo/users-processes-files-and-permissions/ . the slides, in one 'tar.gz' file, are at: http://www.actcom.co.il/~choo/users-processes-files-and-permissions.tar.gz (hopefully, they will be placed on

[Haifux] table-of-contents for 'drivers lecture' - too long?

2004-01-16 Thread guy keren
below is the table-of-contents for the lecture about 'installing drivers'. as it looks now, it is too long for one lecture. i should either cut out stuff, or extend this (as is common for my lectures, it seems ;) ) to a 2-lectures thing again. what sais y'all? please note that there are not yet

Re: [Haifux] upcoming kernel talk

2004-01-17 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 17 Jan 2004, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote: Howdy, folks, I'll be giving a talk on the Linux kernel in the February 9th meeting (Ron and me switched). The question is, which would you rather hear at that time? - What's new in Linux Kernel 2.6 (loosely based on

Re: [Haifux] slides for monday's 'kernel, modules, drivers' lecture

2004-01-19 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 17 Jan 2004, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote: On Sat, Jan 17, 2004 at 09:10:46PM +0200, guy keren wrote: the slides are temporarily available at: http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/kernel-modules-drivers/ slide 1 - the capitalization of Kernel, Driver and Hardware is a bit jarring. Same

Re: [Haifux] /var/log/messages

2004-01-26 Thread guy keren
On Thu, 22 Jan 2004, Cohen, Nahum wrote: Where can I find information about the error messages in /var/log/messages go to google, enter the error message between double quotes (like error 450: no reply bla bla) --guy ? I get all kind of messages and I want to know what they mean.

Re: [Haifux] Re: SIL lectures

2004-01-26 Thread guy keren
i guess the background for the SiL lectures was not discussed on the mailing list, so i'll just repeat here what was discussed during the W2L series in Taub 3. there appeared to be a demand for lectures which are beyond W2L, for people who have been at the W2L series, and want to continue, but

Re: [Haifux] Need help ASAP - Till Tuesday 12:00

2004-01-26 Thread guy keren
On Mon, 26 Jan 2004, Raichshtain Gilad wrote: We're doing a project in OS. The project goal is to create a new shell (from scrtch) and replace the root shell with this new shell. We need help with the following issues: and you think someone will jump for your command and help you, when

Re: [Haifux] gcc -pg, but no gmon.out

2004-01-27 Thread guy keren
(what does haifux got to do with lkml anyway? :P~~~ we deserve our own alias!) On Tue, 27 Jan 2004, Shachar Tal wrote: I have a somewhat complex piece of code that needs profiling. It is composed of numerous Makefiles. I added -pg -g to the compiler parameters, but when the resulting binary

Re: [Haifux] gcc -pg, but no gmon.out

2004-01-28 Thread guy keren
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Shachar Tal wrote: Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 10:53:18 +0200 (IST) From: Shachar Tal [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: Shachar Tal [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Nadav Har'El [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Shachar Tal [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Haifux] gcc -pg, but no

Re: [Haifux] gcc -pg, but no gmon.out

2004-01-28 Thread guy keren
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Shachar Tal wrote: On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, guy keren wrote: please paste it anyway. when you say trust me - i don't. neither should you trust yourself. show us the actual command, as it gets executed. there you go: /usr/bin/gcc -o ../../run/linux/prerelease/agct.gprof

[Haifux] slides for tommorow

2004-02-01 Thread guy keren
quite late, but i have my excuses :0 the slides are temporarily available at http://www.actcom.co.il/~choo/kernel-compilation/ if anyone manages to send comments, i _might_ be able to try and fix things tommorow - can't promise, though... see y'all tommorow, -- guy For world domination -

Re: [Haifux] SiL installing software (was: Re: [Haifux] Re: Re: InstaParty Thought - Buy/Receive the CD or Bust)

2004-02-02 Thread guy keren
On Mon, 2 Feb 2004, Alon Altman wrote: On Mon, 2 Feb 2004, guy keren wrote: ienvisiona.freeSiLSlot.filledup...with Installing new software - from A to Z anyone wants to take on this? I think the Basic Admin lecture of W2L covers software installation

Re: [Haifux] The digital darkroom with GIMP

2004-02-10 Thread guy keren
On Wed, 11 Feb 2004, Yoni Rabkin Katzenell wrote: Allow me to propose a lecture idea: The digital darkroom with GIMP. The lecture will concentrate on photographic techniques using the all mighty GIMP. hear yee hear yee! just a question, thought - are you sure a single lecture would be

Re: [Haifux] mounting problems

2004-02-12 Thread guy keren
On Thu, 12 Feb 2004, Amir Spivak wrote: the device is hda3(2nd HD) and the command is mount with every possible syntax there is, it just hangs forever without mounting it. the 1st disk is hda1 and hda7, hda6 is the swap partition. (better CC back to the list - better chances that you'll get a

Re: [Haifux] Preliminary version of Multimedia slides

2004-02-13 Thread guy keren
On Fri, 13 Feb 2004, Alon Altman wrote: Hi, I have a preliminary version of the Multimedia lecture slides available online at http://alon.wox.org/multimedia-lecture/ Please take the time to read and comment. 1. in the 'playing movies' slide, you talk about codecs, without explaining

Re: [Haifux] The Haifux logo

2004-02-21 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 21 Feb 2004, Orna Agmon wrote: On Sat, 21 Feb 2004, Eli Billauer wrote: Hello all, I don't want to start another voting, and we all know who the winner is (and I'm happy with that one). But I think that the text on the logo is somewhat redundant when it appears in the

Re: [Haifux] Help with YACC despretly needed!

2004-02-29 Thread guy keren
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, MailUser1 wrote: Hi everybody, I'm trying to code a simple compiler for a simple language I'm designing, I've debugged anything I could from g++ usefulcompile errors, but now after I have screened out all those errors, i get this strange ouput from g++: please repeat

Re: [Haifux] slides for shell lecture

2004-02-29 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 29 Feb 2004, Orna Agmon wrote: http://www.haifux.org/lectures/92-sil/ Your comments are most welcome. 1. in 'Shell - which shell?' - it's a good idea to mention that bash appears in almost all 'free software' systems (linux, *bsd). it does not exist in most commercial unices -

Re: [Haifux] The slides are on the web

2004-04-17 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 17 Apr 2004, Erez Hadad wrote: The slides for my Monday lecture about the 2.6 sheduler are on the web, available through my home page: http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~erezh anyone mind translating these slides into a more portable format, so we, the common people, can view them? --

Re: [Haifux] Call for lecture ... ahm...

2004-07-17 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 17 Jul 2004, Orr Dunkelman wrote: Hi everybody, Due to personal reasons, Baruch Even will not be able to give his lecture on Monday. it's a sign from above - my ip-iidi (injected, inspected, detected, infected) just turned two a two-lecture set yesterday, with the first half of the

[Haifux] IMP: ethereal GUI during the lecture today?

2004-07-19 Thread guy keren
i forgot to ask - could someone give me access to run ethereal (X window) as root on a linux machine during the lecture today? i have access to a tethereal root maching, but i'll want to demonstrate things with ethereal's GUI. if not, i'll try to prepare some capture files, and show them without

[Haifux] details regarding monday's Haifux lecture

2004-07-31 Thread guy keren
the slides are ready - they deal with two issues - working with raw sockets, and working with iptables+ip-queue+netlink. i thought of giving a more useful example but everything seemed to get into too many details to fit into the lecture's time (e.g. dns manipulation code). the slides will

Re: [Haifux] Collaboration request

2004-08-17 Thread guy keren
On Mon, 16 Aug 2004, Ilya R wrote: Hi again, I'm currently working on a new linux forum at www.pc-spot.co.il. The forum will be mostly newbie orriented and will be accompanied by varios guides, all in hebrew. did you look at www.penguin.org.il? perhaps thinking of contributing there? note:

Re: [Haifux] Re: Re: Is this list dead? Do we wish to have another w2l/instaparty plans meeting?

2004-08-29 Thread guy keren
Adir Abraham wrote: You are right. Well, tomorrow is an option as well. I thought that it would be too late for such an alert. If it is possible for you, we can meet at: 5) 17:30 (if you want earlier - not before 17:00). 6) after the lecture is over. I vote for number 5, then.

Re: [Haifux] Lecture Offer - Ami Chayun on Adventure in Pixie Land

2004-10-17 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 17 Oct 2004, Orna Agmon wrote: Hello people, We are starting the scheduling of the next season's lectures. Ami Chayun (Beyond Security Ltd. http://www.securiteam.com) has offered to give the following lecture. Would you like to hear it? as long as this builds on top of eli's boot

Re: [Haifux] Proposed lecture

2004-10-24 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 24 Oct 2004, Zeev Halevi wrote: I want to propose a lecture on a free software project called OpenNMS: http://www.opennms.org http://sourceforge.net/projects/opennms/ It's an amazing enterprise-grade Network management framework that is becoming a significant playerin the NMS

RE: [Haifux] Proposed lecture

2004-10-25 Thread guy keren
On Mon, 25 Oct 2004, Zeev Halevi wrote: How about: First hour: What is SNMP, how does it work , typical usages, mibs etc. - technical Second hour: What can OpenNMS do for large system administrators. i guess this sounds better ;) I want to use this lecture as an opportunity to promote

[Haifux] 3/11 - what hour are rooms available?

2004-11-02 Thread guy keren
i understand the two lectures begin at 18:30 . since we need to make sure everything is ready, we'll want to get into the room 30-60 minutes earlier then this. thus, are the rooms available that early? is one of them available early enough? thanks, -- guy For world domination - press 1, or

Re: [Haifux] Re: [IBM HRL TALK] The Pentium Architecture - Support for Multiprocessing Operating Systems

2004-11-13 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 13 Nov 2004, Eli Billauer wrote: I vote YES. Eli and so do i. -- guy For world domination - press 1, or dial 0, and please hold, for the creator. -- nob o. dy -- Haifa Linux Club Mailing List

Re: [Haifux] problem configuring printer via network

2004-12-02 Thread guy keren
On Tue, 30 Nov 2004, Aviv Goll wrote: hi all, I am using mandrake 10.0 and I'm connected with LAN to my roomate's computer which unfortunatly runs XP. we're successfully sharing internet connection so I know the network exist. the modem is connected to my roomate's computer and mandrake

[Haifux] Re: [W2L] [CALL FOR LECTURE] Using Windows in a Linux World

2004-12-03 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 4 Dec 2004, Alon Altman wrote: On Fri, 3 Dec 2004, Orna Agmon wrote: Hi people, During the last Welcome to Linux series I got a lot of questions regarding configuration of samba, shared printers, sharing folders etc. Someone even asked specifically for a lecture aboutsamba.

Re: [Haifux] Orna's lecture - can someone approve ?

2005-02-07 Thread guy keren
On Mon, 7 Feb 2005, Yoni wrote: Can someone approve the lecture is held at lecture room #3 ofthe computer department, and that it takes place at 16:30 ... Don't wanna go there for free :p Yoni. as you probably saw, the lecture was held at lecture room #3 of the computer science department,

Re: [Haifux] What's gnucash ?

2005-02-20 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 20 Feb 2005, Yoni wrote: Will the lecture tomorrow be any good to a linux newbie ? Thanks. i'd assume it will be - if you're interested in managing money issues using your computer. -- guy For world domination - press 1, or dial 0, and please hold, for the creator. -- nob o. dy

Re: [Haifux] Re: c with a spoon and pointer arithmetic

2005-03-10 Thread guy keren
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005, Yoni wrote: Thanks for the answers :-) If i understand correctly, the free function might look something like this: void free(pointer) { // gets start address, and size of memory to free to the os letGoOfMemory(pointer-1,*(pointer-1)); } do i understand correctly?

[Haifux] regarding monday's Unix memory management lecture

2005-03-19 Thread guy keren
i took a look at the slides, and i realize there's a need for two lectures to discuss everything. Thus, i expect to talk about half the material on monday (probably up to and including slide 17). we'll schedule the second part to one of the coming SiL lecture slots. see there whomever comes, --

Re: [Haifux] [IBM HRL TALK] Overview of AIX Kernel

2005-04-03 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 3 Apr 2005, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote: The next IBM Haifa Research Lab Linux Study Group talk will take place on Tuesday, 05/04/2005, at 1400 at IBM HRL (http://www.haifa.il.ibm.com). Anyone interested in attending should contact me privately for arrangements. Title: Overview of AIX

Re: [Haifux] Training timetable

2005-06-10 Thread guy keren
(i know i'm not orna, but i felt like responding anyway). On Fri, 10 Jun 2005, Yael Vaya wrote: Hi Orna, According to the kids they are avaliable for training from 10.07.05 (untill July they are on camp, tyol shnati etc). They can make it Friday mornings, and during the week at the

[Haifux] ascii art lightning URL

2005-06-20 Thread guy keren
for anyone interested, the short html page for the ASCII art light, is found at http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/lightning-ascii-art/lightning-ascii-art.html just note: the tetris game is based on the winner in 'best game' category of the IOCCC contest of 1989 (go to

Re: [Haifux] Real-time write on *ANY* filesystem

2005-06-22 Thread guy keren
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005, Eli Billauer wrote: It turns out that it's not a FAT issue, but that the same problem occurs on ext3 systems as well. I've written a small program to test the delays between writes, and the results are not very encouraging. Specially when the disk getsfull (it always does,

Re: [Haifux] Real-time write on *ANY* filesystem

2005-06-22 Thread guy keren
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005, Eli Billauer wrote: guy keren wrote: I don't think it's the disk gets full. i think its the page-cache gets full. try this: get a partition that is already quite full, and run the test on it. you will not see this problem. Well, you may get other results if you

Re: [Haifux] C++ STL object

2005-07-08 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 9 Jul 2005, yakoub wrote: i'm using microsoft only because my course staff required this . and course staff are under budget so i'm asking you people hash_mapint,int H, S; for( .. ;... ;... ) H.insert(); ofstream out(tmp,ios::binary); out.write((char*)H,sizeof(H)); =

[Haifux] lecture suggestion: Signs of the times

2005-07-18 Thread guy keren
how about a lecture that discusses several small time and timing issues with Linux: 1. time zones, summer time and zic. 2. keeping machines synced in time. 3. sub-second sleeps. 4. accurate select-based timers - avoiding the time warp dance. 5. timing and profiling. most of this is about

Re: [Haifux] lecture suggestion: Signs of the times

2005-07-19 Thread guy keren
On Tue, 19 Jul 2005, Orr Dunkelman wrote: I say yes. Even though 15/8 may already be reserved (as I've told in yesterday lecture which was very good, btw). unfortunately i couldn't come there yesterday, so i wasn't aware that this date is taken. that's actually better - if 15-aug is taken,

Re: [Haifux] W2L meeting

2005-08-09 Thread guy keren
by the way this looks, i think that a missing piece is a web site that we will give to people, and which will contain instructions about how to get from nothing, to a machine connected to the net, with development environemnts (for the programmers), hebrew set up in everything, etc, in the

Re: [Haifux] iptables with --uid-owner

2005-08-09 Thread guy keren
On Wed, 10 Aug 2005, Eli Billauer wrote: I hope one of you paranoids out there can help me with this. Problem: [EMAIL PROTECTED] iptables -A OUTPUT -m owner --uid-owner root -j ACCEPT iptables: Invalid argument I'm running iptables v1.2.5 under a 2.4.21 kernel for i686. The ipt_owner

[Haifux] laptop with sound for tomorrow's haifux lecture?

2005-08-28 Thread guy keren
anyone is coming to the lecture tomorrow and bringing a laptop that has properly configured sound support, and is willing to loan it for running the lecture on? please let me know in advance, so i could transfer the material to you before the lecture (i was threatened that network *might* be

[Haifux] haifux Lecture tomorrow: sign of the times

2005-08-28 Thread guy keren
copied from www.haifux.org: -- Signs of the Time - by Guy Keren Abstract * 1. time zones, summer time and zic. * 2. keeping machines synced in time. * 3. sub-second sleeps. * 4. accurate select-based timers - avoiding the time warp dance. * 5

[Haifux] Re: [W2L] Re: [Haifux] Re: [W2L] unanswered questions

2005-09-13 Thread guy keren
On Tue, 13 Sep 2005, Orr Dunkelman wrote: 100 ppl arrived to the first lecture. ~60 came to your lecture. ~20 came to the following lecture. a-ha. i think that we can conclude that we need to do a 2-lecture series only. the first one will be made of a very short demonstration plus FOSS

Re: [Haifux] compiling

2005-12-27 Thread guy keren
On Tue, 27 Dec 2005, yakouba abaya wrote: suppose i have :ABC.h , A.c , B.c , C.c is it possible to build all threesource files to one object file ? yes - by building a library (static library or shared library). for info:

Re: [Haifux] Ruby tutorial

2006-01-25 Thread guy keren
On Thu, 26 Jan 2006, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote: On Fri, Jan 27, 2006 at 01:47:15AM +0200, guy keren wrote: i once started reading a tutorial on ruby, just to see what's all the fuss about, and gave out in the middle - if i see no idea after reading for half an hour, i dim the whole

Re: [Haifux] quick lecture idea: using open-source for a proprietary application (was: Re: [Haifux] Anyone for a quickreplacement?)

2006-02-12 Thread guy keren
On Sun, 12 Feb 2006, Orna Agmon wrote: sounds great in general - but no rush, we are settled for this week. Take your time to prepare it. i see alon's lecture is still listed on the web site as tomorrow's lecture. is this correct? -- guy For world domination - press 1, or dial 0, and

[Haifux] OT: job offer: part-time student programmer job in nesher

2006-03-03 Thread guy keren
hi, the company i work in, store-age (www.storeage.com) is looking to hire a CS (or similar) student for a programming job. the job is part-time (2 working days a week, flexible hours). note that the job is not linux-specific, but rather a multi-platform one, and lots of perl will be involved ;)

[Haifux] re-question: a talk about using FOSS-only in a startup-chik

2006-03-17 Thread guy keren
i proposed this once as a hole-plague, and i propose this again now. the talk will cover how a very small startup-chik used only FOSS tools to develope its product (which is proprietary). i'll discuss the thought processes, briefly cover the tools used, how non-foss programmers took this, and

Re: [Haifux] re-question: a talk about using FOSS-only in a startup-chik

2006-03-18 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 18 Mar 2006, Orna Agmon wrote: On Wed, 2 Jan 2002, guy keren wrote: i proposed this once as a hole-plague, and i propose this again now. the talk will cover how a very small startup-chik used only FOSS tools to develope its product (which is proprietary). i'll discuss the thought

Re: [Haifux] PR [Was: Money]

2006-03-18 Thread guy keren
On Sat, 18 Mar 2006, Orr Dunkelman wrote: I'll make some A4 and bring few copies to the next meeting (Ohad's lecture), which you are all welcome to take and distribute. I'll also put an online version if you can't come and still want to help... please get me some copies to put at intel - i'll

Re: [Haifux] Haifux 2.0 (was: Moving to Tuesday)

2006-10-31 Thread guy keren
(first - i've no problem with tuesdays as well). On Tue, 31 Oct 2006, Alon Altman wrote: I think the format we had - alternating between advanced and entry-level lectures (standard and SiL lectures) is the best. there are two issues we didn't solve with this: 1. preparing W2L is tedious.

Re: [Haifux] Proposition for a lecture next monday

2006-11-22 Thread guy keren
אם אתה רוצה לעשות הרצאה כזו, אני מציע לדחות את ההרצאה שלי בשבוע - אין טעם ליצור עומס גדול מדי על המועדון וחבריו. זה גם יאפשר לחלק מהחברים הוותיקים יותר להגיע להרצאה שלך ולעזור לענות על שאלות. לגבי ההרצאה עצמה - כדאי שתוודא שאתה יכול להכניס את כל מה שאתה רוצה, כולל הדגמות, בזמן סביר, ולהשאיר

Re: [Haifux] Proposition for a lecture next monday

2006-11-23 Thread guy keren
עדיף להשאיר את הפילוסופיה לשלב מאוחר יותר - לא להתחיל בזה את ההרצאה. קודם תראו מה יש ומה זה, סובבו את שולחן העבודה לכל הכיוונים מצידי כדי שאנשים יקשיבו, ואז תגידו להם עבדנו עליכם - זו רק העטיפה - ותרדו לפרטים - פילוסופיה, כונן C, שורת הפקודה כמובן, מי שקובע מה יהיה בסוף, הוא מי שמתכנן את

Re: [Haifux] Proposition for a lecture next monday

2006-11-26 Thread guy keren
by the way, regarding timing of the lecture, since there is already a promise to give a 'debugging in linux' lecture for the CS students next week, and to avoid disrupting the normal club operations, this linux, GNUs and penguins lecture will have to be done in 3 weeks from now. this means that

[Haifux] Lecture announcement: LVM2 (Logical Volume Management) Under Linux

2006-11-26 Thread guy keren
This Monday (27.11.06), at 18:30, Haifa Linux Club will gather to hear guy keren (i.e, me) talk about LVM2 (Logical Volume Management - 2nd version) Abstract: LVM is our way to say no to getting stuck with fixed-size disks, and to having to heavily rely on backups. In an enterprise

[Haifux] Slides for tomorrow (LVM2) - temporarily on my web site

2006-11-26 Thread guy keren
i just finished the slides and sent to the webmaster. until they are on haifux's web site, you may read there from: http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/lvm2/ (for the printers - you have them also in one big HTML file). i assume i have errors in them, which you (or i) will find during the

[Haifux] additions for today's LVM2 lecture

2006-11-27 Thread guy keren
here are some issues that were raised during today's LVM2 lecture, and some answers i found for them: 1. the word for silencing the file-system (or application) is 'quiesce'. see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quiesce for a very incomplete article. 2. Quiesce in reiserfs and ext3 - it appears

[Haifux] are we there yet? what's on monday?

2006-12-09 Thread guy keren
hi, is ohad lutsky going with his lecture on this monday? is the schedule on haifux's web site in sync with reality? was there a lecture by peleg sapir last week? inquiring minds want to know --guy - Haifa Linux Club

Re: [Haifux] Lecture suggestion: Open Solaris

2007-01-17 Thread guy keren
On Thu, 2007-01-18 at 08:39 +0200, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote: On Thu, Jan 18, 2007 at 08:34:17AM +0200, Rami Rosen wrote: Hello, Sun had released Open Solaris about a year and a half ago ,under CDDL license; It is probably going to be changed soon to GPLv3 (See:

Re: [Haifux] Call for experts (for the Linux for CS lecture)

2007-03-22 Thread guy keren
Ohad Lutzky wrote: On 3/22/07, Peleg Sapir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: errr... am I considered expert enough? If so, I would gladly come ;-) You're more of a henchman, but OK ;) (Anyone who is capable of compiling, debugging, valgrinding and creating a makefile for a multi-source-file C and C++

[Haifux] lecture idea: High-Availability clusters on Linux and other systems

2007-05-03 Thread guy keren
during my work i had the pleasure of working with different high-availablity (HA) clustering software of various types. i can try to prepare a lecture that covers issues such as: - what are high-availability clusters - how they work, - what cluster software is available for linux - how these

Re: [Haifux] A lecture suggestion : Linux Kernel Networking Overview

2007-07-01 Thread guy keren
hi rami, please consider spreading the material as a lecture set. i think that once you write down the material as slides (or something similar) you'll get an idea of how long it'll take. assume never more then 15 slides in a (quite condensed) hour. why do it too brief, when you can get

Re: [Haifux] A lecture suggestion : Linux Kernel Networking Overview

2007-07-02 Thread guy keren
if there will be any demand for this - i could give the re-run. --guy Eli Billauer wrote: To begin with, I'm not what you could call a network programmer, so it's very possible that this lecture could be done better by someone else. But to begin with, let's see that a talk about basic

[Haifux] daytime-client and multi-client-echo-server sources from today's meeting

2007-08-06 Thread guy keren
- Guy Keren 1999 (c) */ #include stdio.h /* Basic I/O routines */ #include string.h /* memset() */ #include sys/types.h /* standard system types */ #include netinet/in.h /* Internet address structures */ #include sys/socket.h /* socket interface functions */ #include netdb.h

Re: [Haifux] Intro to Linux

2007-11-11 Thread guy keren
Amichai Rotman wrote: Hi All, I want to start a kind of a LUG at my workplace, a 60-120 minutes lecture every two weeks for the workers only (an internal LUG). how many people are expected to be in each such meeting? 5 people or 20 people may use a different approach (and probably - if

Re: [Haifux] A question about g++ dump files

2007-12-20 Thread guy keren
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I have a question about binary files of g++ , please: in the option g++ -fdump-class-hierarchy source.cpp I get the hierarchies of c++ in memory, in a file named source.cpp.class How can I get the binary data of it? i did not understand what you said about

Re: [Haifux] Proposal: Git lecture

2008-01-26 Thread guy keren
if there'll also be some comparison of git with traditional things (e.g. cvs/svn) and similar tools (e.g. the previously-used bitkeeper, or something like 'arch') - that'd be even better. can you extend this? --guy Maya Shapira wrote: I'm in. Maya. On Jan 26, 2008 1:01 PM, Ohad Lutzky

[Haifux] [OT] Sequoia backed startup looking for a Linux Systems/Kernel Developer

2008-09-04 Thread guy keren
Hi, the (new) startup company i work for is looking for linux developers - see the below ad. if anyone considers themselves suitable, please send me your CV. thanks, guy --- Sequoia backed startup looking for a Linux Systems/Kernel Developer A Sequoia backed company based in

Re: [Haifux] Multi-thread debugging for C++ on Linux

2008-11-28 Thread guy keren
i did not understand what feature you want. gdb supports suspending all the threads together (which is what you normally want), continuing all of them together, and doing a single-step in one thread (which has the annoying side-effect of allowing other threads to also continue executing at

Re: [Haifux] The 10th tip?

2009-02-07 Thread guy keren
1. another KDE tip (please verify it works in current KDE systems): there is a tool named 'klipper', which allows you to save the last 10 (or more) copied entries. whenever you copy something, it gets pushed into klipper's window as well, and when you click on an entry in klipper - it gets

Re: [Haifux] [HAIFUX LECTURE] gdb - customize it the way you want by Guy Keren

2009-05-01 Thread guy keren
! == Future lectures: 18/5/09 gdb in Greater Depth: Guy Keren 25/5/09 OpenCL Overview: Ofer Rosenberg 1/6/09 Compiling Effectively for Cell with GCC: Revital Eres 15/6/09 Arduino - Open Source Hardware and a Viewport to Micro

[Haifux] what's the status of getting into the technion with a car?

2009-05-03 Thread guy keren
is it possible these days for haifuxers or not? thanks, --guy ___ Haifux mailing list Haifux@haifux.org http://hamakor.org.il/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/haifux

Re: [Haifux] reminder regarding tomorrow's second gdb meeting

2009-05-18 Thread guy keren
thanks. there's no point in keeping the old slides - the new slides are a superset of the old ones (with some corrections) - so you could set both 210 and 211 to point to the new slides. thanks, --guy Orna Agmon Ben-Yehuda wrote: Hi guy and all, The new slides are now up for lecture 211

Re: [Haifux] what's the status of getting into the technion with a car?

2009-05-30 Thread guy keren
Dotan Cohen wrote: If you reach after-hours and say your destiny is Michlol, there is a very good chance they will let you in. Actually, the Miclol is closed at 18:00 so be careful with that one! But the swimming pool is another good destination, and it is open until 21:00 at least every

Re: [Haifux] [HAIFUX LECTURE] GCC Profile Guided Optimization

2009-08-09 Thread guy keren
it seems to work for me now (i'm connected via bezeq bein leumi). can you check again? --guy Serge wrote: Is www.haifux.org down? it doesn't work for me. Thanks, Serge. On Sun, 2009-08-09 at 14:03 +0200, Eli Billauer wrote: On Monday, August 10th at 18:30, Haifux will gather to hear

Re: [Haifux] Me Volunteering to Give a Presentation

2009-09-08 Thread guy keren
of these concepts. If you think Haifux is a Guava, then Haifux is a Guava (so does the zionism, btw). BTW, when Haifux was founded in 1999 by guy keren and Orr Dunkelman, it was not based on a LUG but on LUPG - Little Unix Programmers Group: http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/lupg/ I see no mention

Re: [Haifux] [W2L] Call for lecturer + Linux guru

2009-10-15 Thread guy keren
what - no valgrind? it's the one killer application that might save students many nights of pulling out their hair. of-course, we can go the asimov way (profession day) and claim they need to go through some such nights before they are introduced to the blessing of valgrind... --guy Eli

Re: [Haifux] [W2L] Call for lecturer + Linux guru

2009-10-15 Thread guy keren
the problem with git, is that it's very easy to shoot yourself in the foot. giving it to students, who might accidentally reset their repository into losing their code, is not a very good idea, if you don't have time to give a proper explanation plus warnings. --guy Tzafrir Cohen wrote: On

Re: [Haifux] [W2L] Call for lecturer + Linux guru

2009-10-18 Thread guy keren
(if you top-post - i'll post-top too! :P~~~) well, that _is_ good news for employers (bad news for the students ;) --guy Vadim Eisenberg wrote: guy keren wrote: you can mention memory leaks if you want - but students don't care about them so much, because it doesn't break their programs

Re: [Haifux] [HELP HELP] Uses of Linux in the real world

2009-10-30 Thread guy keren
tivo (the first wide-spread digital video recording appliance) is a linux-based machine. linksys wireless routers are linux-based machines. google's android operating system is actually based on linux. many (most?) cable modems and adsl modems run linux as their base operating system. in

[Haifux] Startup in yokneam looking for linux user+kernel programmer

2009-11-24 Thread guy keren
the company i work for is looking for a linux user-space+kernel-space programmer to join the rd team. minimal requirements: - experience with kernel-level programming under linux. advantages: - experience with programming under linux in user-space (system programming, application

Re: [Haifux] QEMU/KVM vs. VMWare: The beauty and the beast

2010-01-10 Thread guy keren
Eli Billauer wrote: Hello, I've been playing around with my new Fedora 12 computer (Intel i7 quad core) for a few days, mainly for the purpose of making educated decisions about how to virtualize two old computers, which I want to get rid of. They are running Windows 2000 and Redhat

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