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2018 Jan 27
Searching R Packages
Hello, All: Might you have time to review the article I recently posted to Wikiversity on "Searching R Packages" ( Please edit this yourself or propose changes in the associated "Discuss" page or in an email to this list or to me. My goal in this is to invite readers to turn that article
2006 May 31
Ruby on Rails Workshop in Kansas City !
Ruby on Rails Workshop ------------------------------------ Kansas City Ruby User''s Group ( proudly presents the first "Ruby on Rails Workshop" for those eager to get started into Ruby on Rails. This one-and-half-day workshop will offer a quick introduction to Ruby and the Ruby on Rails web application framework. Sponsored by Reevik, Inc.,
2005 Mar 15
Theora / ogg usage
Hello, An old theme just came up on the Wikipedia mailing list again : Wikipedia strongly encourages[1] using theora encoding, strongly enough that I don''t think we currently host any other video encodings...[2] however, most users know how to make and edit and play mpegs, and find theora hard to work with.
2012 Jan 18
Setup examples
Hi, I am looking for real world server setups to learn more from others. The ones I know of are The Repository of David Schmitt The Wikimedia Server repository Regards, Kai -- You
2013 Aug 09
Removing password complexity requirements under Samba4
We had problems removing password complexity, and I noticed a lot of confusion on the list about exactly this topic. So I thought I would post our success. We''re talking about a Samba4 PDC/AD here. Once we got Samba installed and provisioned, we used samba-tool from the command-line on the Samba box to change the domain password settings: sudo samba-tool domain passwordsettings
2007 Dec 28
Help with dump/restore
So I recently installed an Overland Arcvault 12 tape library on a server to back up /var/log/ and /home. The server is an out-of-box RHEL 5 install, with all packages selected, in an isolated lan, with no package updates. Also, this is a live server that cannot be brought down for backups, and some files may be actively in use during the dump - just gotta live with it. Since
2006 Sep 29
Re: compiz Digest, Vol 7, Issue 20
In response to --> Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 20:42:28 +0100 From: Colin Guthrie <> Subject: [compiz] Re: beryl fork To: Message-ID: <efh8fc$7u2$> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 ---------- I want to comment on the fork too. I apologize if this isn't the right venue, but it's my
2007 Dec 31
Help with full and incremental dumps
I have an Overland Arcvault 12 library with a full LTO3 magazine of 400/800 GB tapes. It is connected directly to the fileserver via a SCSI card/cable. The two main directories I want to back up are /var/log, which is on one filesystem, and /home, which is on another. There are _currently_ no databases to worry about, but there may be active users logged in and active
2009 Mar 16
the effect of blocking on the size of confidence intervals - analysis using lme and lmer
This is a follow-up mail of "the effect of blocking on the size of confidence intervals - analysis using aov". In both mails I pursue the idea of using blocking factors in order to reduce the width of confidence intervals. My dataset comprises, a quantitative response variable, namely: "response", and three categorical eplanatory variables, namely: "method",
2012 Jun 03
Re: [Announce] LARTC wiki available
On 12/28/11 8:52 AM, Niccolò Belli wrote: > Hi, > I still didn''t find a viable solution for the LARTC wiki, so I decided > to start hosting it on my own server. Later we can easily switch > somewhere else if we keep using the same wiki engine (and maybe even > with another wiki engine). > I decided to use wikimedia because it''s the only one I know of,
2010 Jan 19
[PATCH 0/7] Prepare for adding write support to hivex (windows registry) library
This series of patches prepares the way for a later series which will add write support for Windows Registry 'hive' files to our 'hivex' mini library. About hivex: About the Windows Registry: Forget it - there are no reliable references. However the Wikipedia page explains some of the top level concepts:
2010 Aug 03
This is a question of clarification. IN 2009 Higgins, Thompson and Spiegelhalter (J R Statist Soc A 172:137-159) gave WinBUGs code to get credible intervals from random effects meta analysis for the prediction interval of a new study. It appears that the predict.rma function creates approximate credible intervals (pending a function revision by the author) for that purpose. Is my assumption
2011 Dec 13
[hivex] [PATCH 1/1] hivexml: Change value type output to standard names
Signed-off-by: Alex Nelson <> --- xml/hivexml.c | 42 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-------- 1 files changed, 34 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-) diff --git a/xml/hivexml.c b/xml/hivexml.c index d38e9d4..1a75593 100644 --- a/xml/hivexml.c +++ b/xml/hivexml.c @@ -247,6 +247,32 @@ node_end (hive_h *h, void *writer_v, hive_node_h
2010 Jul 03
[PATCH] hivex: add hivex_set_value api call
I'm not entirely sure the generator/ changes are as correct as they could be. I'm not very familiar with Caml. The hivex_node_set_value call builds up a list of hive_set_values by walking the existing values at the node, adding or replacing the passed hive_set_value as necessary, then shoving the list at hivex_node_set_values. Not included: Perl or OCaml binding glue.
2010 Jul 03
[PATCH] hivex: add hivex_set_value api call and perl bindings, tests
Added Perl binding glue and a simple test along the lines of present tests. (And again: I'm not on the list, please CC me on replies. Thanks!) --- generator/ | 62 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-- lib/hivex.c | 90 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ perl/t/201-setvalue.t | 54 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 3 files changed, 203
2011 Apr 24
random roundoff?
On my CentOS 5 box, in a C++ program that does much arithmetic, including numerous matrix multiplications, I have a situation in in which the result depends on the nature of nearby I/O. Thus, with all arithmetic done with type double, and where values are mostly in the range [-1.0e0,+1.0e0] or nearby, I do: cerr << "some stuff" << endl; mat3 = matmult(mat1,mat2);
2008 Mar 13
Overland Arcvault 12 and sequential/random settings
My unit''s firmware: library 05.03, tape d22h, shows the device as set to random mode. But mtx -f /dev/st0 status gives an error that google says the device is in sequential mode. dmesg|grep -i hp does reflect CentOS thinks the device is a sequential unit. I''ve tried this with Fedora 8, too, and both show the same, so it is either an issue with CentOS/Fedora
2005 Oct 26
R-help Digest, Vol 32, Issue 26
r-help at on Wednesday, October 26, 2005 at 6:00 AM -0500 wrote: Ronaldo, Try Harold''s suggestion. The df still won''t agree, because lmer (at least in its current version) just puts an upper bound on the df. But that should be OK, because all those t tests are approximations anyways, and you can get better confidence intervals (credible intervals, whatever) by
2017 Aug 14
weight in lm
> On Aug 14, 2017, at 5:17 AM, peter dalgaard <pdalgd at> wrote: > > >> On 14 Aug 2017, at 13:43 , Spencer Graves <spencer.graves at> wrote: >> >> >> >> On 2017-08-14 5:53 AM, peter dalgaard wrote: >>>> On 14 Aug 2017, at 10:13 , Troels Ring <tring at> wrote: >>>>
2010 Jul 07
[PATCH] hivex: add hivex_set_value api call and ocaml/perl bindings, tests
Round 3 -- this time with working OCaml bindings. (I'm not on the list, please copy me on replies, thanks.) --- generator/ | 77 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++- lib/hivex.c | 90 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ perl/t/201-setvalue.t | 54 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 3 files changed, 219 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)