we'll see how it goes.
"Is there a name for using dhcp to serve static ip addresses?"
On my router, you go to the DHCP tab and enter what they label a 'static entry'. It maps a MAC address to an IP address and a name (not sure how the name is used, honestly).
I'm using a Linksys RV082 router, which is kinda pricey, but works reasonably well.
freeware? is that those things you need for windows?
I went over to Wikipedia to pull up their article on POP3 to figure out what the default TCP port POP3 servers listen to is. While browsing the page, I thought to myself, "I wonder if there's any mention of POP4."
Lo and behold, there's a paragraph in the History section about POP4 and a link to the POP4 website under the "External links" section.
Yet another UCG'er on Wikipedia!
Anything less is just too low level for a busy-busy programmer to have
to b bothered to deal with.
Yes and no, on some level it irks me that this is the state of things, but okay I accept it. There are still cases though where things just have to go fast and there aren't end users doing ad hoc queries and the schema isn't going to change such that the query optomizer would choose a different access path.
I dunno how much you've played in the finance world, but none of those things matter there. Speed is king matters there.
yea, always the same... unless you put the pressure of alternating solution, the big won't move...
Some implementations are better than others. When we got our color laser printer, Mac OS X required a bizarre series of incantations and driver installs, but Ubuntu just said "hey, I see this HP printer on your network, I know what model it is and what driver it uses, do you want me to set it up for you?" and we were printing in about 30 seconds.
Tue Mar 23 2010 23:44:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ UncensoredJava is the lingua franca of business logic, and there are benefits to be derived from that.
Java is the new COBOL?
Specious. Nobody knows where Firefox is leaking its memory, least of
all the firefox developers ;)
That's really sad, isn't it. Here they are trying to save the world from microsoft and either they can't or they don't bother to fix the memory leaks. Andit's gotten to the point where everybody knows it and does nothing.
Subject: outsourced modem pipes?
Anyone know of a dialup modem service that just opens a tcpip socket to an IP address when it connects?
so, learned a little from that:
didn't even hear about conkeror or neo.
It is idiotic but I can't really blame Apple on this one. That said, it is annoying because I do want multitouch on Android.
drill bit of proper size