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2010 Jul 28
1
Help with specifiying random effects in lmer - psychology experiment
...ifying the structure of random effects in the model. Many of the examples I am reading about involve split-plot designs where effects are nested within each other .... This is not the case here: I am using a typical repeated measures design where each subject does everything: 30 subjects judge the laterality of a hand shown on a computer screen, completing 18 trials in all combinations of the following experimental factors (Angle, 8 levels (hand shown in 8 different orientations), Laterality, 2 levels (both right and left hands shown), Condition, 3 levels (participant holds own hands in posture a,...
2016 Jan 25
2
Version of SFTP
...sions.html On Mon, Jan 25, 2016 at 11:07 AM, Maria Shalet <mshalet at gmail.com> wrote: > Dear Developers, > In the Open SSH package, we have only V3 of sftp. Here the > mode of transfer is only binary. > > According to the below link I find there are later versions > of the SFTP protocol that have been defined, but not available in OpenSSH. > > Can these later versions of SFTP be included in the later > releases of OpenSSH package. > > I am currently working on AIX systems. If you need any > support ple...
2004 Nov 16
2
R 2.0.0 Installation Problem
I and my students have been having an odd problem with this release, which is that packages are disappearing. After installation the package is found with the library command, but later in the same session or in a later session, the library command returns a not found error. Then later it is back. Happening on both Windows and OS X, mostly but not entirely with Bioconductor packages. David ----------------------------------------------------------------------- | David M. Rocke,...
2013 Sep 19
2
[LLVMdev] [Polly] Move Polly's execution later
Hi Tobias, I am trying to move Polly later. LLVM provides some predefined ExtensionPointTy: EP_EarlyAsPossible, EP_ModuleOptimizerEarly, EP_LoopOptimizerEnd, EP_ScalarOptimizerLate, ... Currently Polly uses "EP_EarlyAsPossible" to run as early as possible. As what you suggested: >Instead of removing can...
2013 Sep 19
0
[LLVMdev] [Polly] Move Polly's execution later
On 09/19/2013 04:46 PM, Star Tan wrote: > Hi Tobias, > > > I am trying to move Polly later. > > > LLVM provides some predefined ExtensionPointTy: > EP_EarlyAsPossible, > EP_ModuleOptimizerEarly, > EP_LoopOptimizerEnd, > EP_ScalarOptimizerLate, > ... > > > Currently Polly uses "EP_EarlyAsPossible" to run as early as possi...
2020 Jan 15
2
Phabricator -> GitHub PRs?
On Wed, 15 Jan 2020 at 23:19, David Blaikie <dblaikie at gmail.com> wrote: > I don't think creating a new thread (or series of N threads) because an early patch in a series necessitate some refactoring of later patches is ideal - while patch series can/should be avoided where reasonable (& if the series is small enough/the framing/design is obvious enough, you can hold on to the later patches rather than reviewing them all in parallel with the volatility that comes with that approach) - bu...
2008 Aug 08
2
[LLVMdev] llvm.org: out of disk space?
I just tried to update a bugzilla PR, and got the following unpleasant message: > Insufficient disk space; try again later Insufficient disk space; > try again later returntosender: cannot select queue for bugzilla- > daemon Insufficient disk space; try again later returntosender: > cannot select queue for postmaster putbody: write error: No space > left on device Error writing control file qfm78MRFg...
2004 Aug 04
1
pxelinux (2.08 or later) on VMware
Hi, pxelinux(2.08 or later) waits forever after "boot:" prompt on vmware (4.52). pxelinux(2.07) works. After I comment out DO_IDLE in ui.inc (2.08 or later), it works. but I'm not sure why... (vmware bug?) Thanks, Kaz --- ui.inc.orig Wed Aug 4 00:58:38 2004 +++ ui.inc Wed Aug 4 01:07:39 2004 @@ -60,7...
2019 Jan 23
4
Curl spec file
Hi, I saw this spec file for curl-7.29: https://git.centos.org/blob/rpms!curl.git/c7/SPECS!curl.spec And was wondering if you have one for a later version. And if not, how hard is it to modify the existing one to support later versions. Thanks! Roee.
2006 Nov 25
3
[LLVMdev] Zion Out Of Disk Space!
...#39;t taking right now because apparently Zion is out of disk space: cvs commit utils/findmisopt Checking in utils/findmisopt; /var/cvs/llvm/llvm/utils/findmisopt,v <-- findmisopt new revision: 1.9; previous revision: 1.8 done Insufficient disk space; try again later Insufficient disk space; try again later returntosender: cannot select queue for llvm Insufficient disk space; try again later returntosender: cannot select queue for postmaster putbody: write error: No space left on device Error writing control file qfkAP47Kfr021140: No space left on device Failed...
2015 Jun 10
2
[LLVMdev] should InstCombine preserve @llvm.assume?
Hi, I have some WIP that leverages @llvm.assume in some optimization passes other than InstCombine. However, it doesn't work yet because InstCombine removes @llvm.assume calls that are useful for later optimizations. For example, given define i32 @foo(i32 %a, i32 %b) { %sum = add i32 %a, %b %1 = icmp sge i32 %sum, 0 call void @llvm.assume(i1 %1) ret i32 %sum } "opt -instcombine" emits define i32 @foo(i32 %a, i32 %b) { %sum = add i32 %a, %b ret i32 %sum } removing the @ll...
2010 Jan 20
2
[LLVMdev] [LLVMDev] Is it possible to implement target specific optimizations which can be applied after instruction selection or later?
Dear developers. My question is the same as the title. Is there any way to implement target specific optimizations after instruction selection or later? I cannot find any related document. Please let me know. Thanks in advance. Minwook Ahn -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/attachments/20100120/12439e9b/attachment.html>
2004 May 23
2
Re: problem and maybe bug in 2.08 and later with vmware 4.5.1
>I found a problem with pxelinux in 2.08 and 2.09pre13 when working with >vmware 4.5.1 (the latest with builtin support fpr pxe-boot). With 2.07 and >2.01 it works without problems. But when trying the later versions there is >trouble. I reach pxeboot.msg >and it shows fine but when I try to choose an image it dosent give keyboard >feedback (first I thought it had hanged) but after some testing it showed >that it just dont give direct feedback until 300 sek (aprox) has gone. If I >have m...
2010 Feb 16
1
megatec_usb[17249]: Reconnecting to UPS failed; will retry later
..."local" Feb 16 23:22:09 f37 upsd[17150]: Instant command: stlk at 127.0.0.1 did test.battery.start on ippon Feb 16 23:22:12 f37 megatec_usb[17249]: ser_get_line: Device detached? (error -1: Unknown error) Feb 16 23:22:12 f37 megatec_usb[17249]: Reconnecting to UPS failed; will retry later... Feb 16 23:22:12 f37 megatec_usb[17249]: Battery test started. Feb 16 23:22:12 f37 megatec_usb[17249]: Reconnecting to UPS failed; will retry later... Feb 16 23:22:17 f37 last message repeated 5 times Feb 16 23:22:17 f37 upsd[17150]: Data for UPS [ippon] is stale - check driver Feb 16 23:22:18...
2003 Sep 28
6
NAT/SIP solution?
Greetings, I was wondering if somebody is working on a solution to the NAT/SIP-issues? It seems to me that the problem has been identified, is that correct? Just hoping that someone with more skills will provide us with a solution sooner or later... Regards, Stig -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-users/attachments/20030928/32eac87c/attachment.htm
2013 Jan 08
15
[LLVMdev] Using C++'11 language features in LLVM itself
...w crazy would it be for us to start using basic C++'11 language features (but not C++'11 library features) in LLVM: things like auto, rvalue-refs, lambdas, etc? I think that we can keep things well defined with a few simple requirements: language features must be supported by MSVC 2010 and later, some version of GCC and later (linux folks should pick?), some version of Clang and later (Freebsd folks?). On the one hand, this would greatly clean up code and is definitely the path forward. On the other hand, I don't want to substantially harm adoption or use of LLVM by adding another bu...
2013 Jun 24
8
[LLVMdev] [llvm] r184698 - Add a flag to defer vectorization into a phase after the inliner and its
...ink. In <http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project?view=revision&revision=184698> Chandler introduced a flag so that we can run the vectorizer after all CG passes. This would prevent the inline from seeing the vectorized code. I see some potential issues: * We run a loop pass later again with the associated compile time cost (?) * The vectorizer relies on cleanup passes to run afterwards: dce, instsimplify, simplifycfg, maybe some form of redundancy elimination If we run later we have to run those passes again increasing compile time OR We have to duplicate them in the l...
2015 Dec 03
4
7.2 kernel panic on boot
...20.1.el7.x86_64 and the system boots fine >> >> How can I go about diagnosing the problem here? > It'd probably help if you could give us more details on the kernel > panic. > > Can you see where it is panicking? Does it happen during the > kernel/initrd stage or later during boot? > > I suggest installing the kdump service if it is panicking later in > boot, you might be able to capture a kernel dump which makes debugging > these things a lot easier. Otherwise, I suggest trying to capture the > panic message some other way. > The last message...
2007 Dec 18
4
All trunk are busy please try your call again later
...on my voip asterisk server I make internal calls on extensions configured ie extension 192 can call extension 195 etc But each time i try to make calls outside the extension ie calling a GSM or an external line ,i always hear this response "all trunk calls are busy please try your call again later" Please how can i resolve this problem . I will appreciate your response. Best Regards Success
2020 Jan 15
2
Phabricator -> GitHub PRs?
On Wed, 15 Jan 2020 at 18:55, Nicolai Hähnle <nhaehnle at gmail.com> wrote: > This has simply not been true in my experience. Actually, not having > to re-send a new series is one of the main advantages that > Phabricator-based review has over the original review style for Git, > which is to send patch series via mailing lists. Interesting. If they can be committed separately,