FAQs - Cocoon Wiki
Downloaded 2.1.4, tried to build and got ''"source release 1.4 requires target release 1.4"'' message.
business for the checked out module. You shouldn't have to type it again to do updates, commits, etc.
General APAS Installations
ADI: The APAS software does not distinguish between male and female athletes. Once the points are defined using the System Defined points, the APAS software (by default) uses data from DEMPSTER for the segmental parameters. The user has the option to change these parameters at any time by selecting the SEGMENTS button from the Sequence Information Menu. If you use the USER-DEFINED points option, then you would have to enter your own information.
H++ (web-based computational prediction of protonation state...
For typical physiological conditions, using the default value of 80 for the external dielectric (water) and salinity = 0.15 M is reasonable. The situation is less straightforward with the internal dielectric. If you are mostly interested in deeply buried residues, a lower value is recommended such as 4. If your focus is residues closer to the surface, a higher value is appropriate, such as 10 or even 20.
Frequently Asked Questions
Rendering my pages takes very long and an internal server error is shown - what's wrong?The Design of Cocoon I see that Cocoon 1.x has started to incorporate features planned for Cocoon 2.x - why?Site Architecture Issues
FAQs - Cocoon Wiki
A1: Phew, that's a tough one! Cocoon can be configured in numerous ways (see: ConfiguringCocoon). But I suspect you want to look at the Sitemap since that's the central configuration point. Due to its many responsibilities, the sitemap is fairly complex. In order to learn, I suggest you go for the basics first: SimpleTransformations shows you how to map a set of URLs to a set of source XML-files run through some XSLT transformations (this is core Cocoon functionality).
CSC 209 Summer 2006
Yes! fgets does not allocate any space, so you have to allocate it yourself, either by declaring an array of characters or using malloc. strchr gives you a pointer to the first occurrence of a character in the string. If you want a pointer to the second, that's equivalent to calling strchr on the string returned by strchr (plus 1). A loop will make your code look pretty.
Excelsys Technologies - 3gen
The 3GEN Series is designed to provide maximum output power at nominal output voltages. We calculate the power output of a unit by using the nominal output voltage (not the set voltage) multiplied by the maximum continuous current you plan to draw. These should be summed for all modules: the total power should not exceed the maximum power of the input module selected.
jGuru: Applets FAQ
Author: John Zukowski (http://www.jguru.com/guru/viewbio.jsp?EID=7) To get parameters from the HTML file that loaded an applet, use the applet's getParameter() method. Specify the parameter name as the argument. For example, for the following HTML file: <APPLET code=Foo width=300 height=300> <PARAM name=Bar value="Hello"> </APPLET> You would use the following to get the value of the Bar parameter.
Web Servers for HP-UX - FAQs
Cocoon is a framework for XML web publishing that brings a whole new world of abstraction and ease to consolidated web site creation and management based on the XML paradigm and related technologies.
FAQ - Klamav
For more info see: http://forums.suselinuxsupport.de/index.php?act=Print&client=printer&f=47&t=15340 Your email client needs a filter/rule - with the highest priority - to pipe ALL email messages through the klammail program which is installed with KlamAV. This will return the message to the email client with a few new email headers. If a virus is found, this will be noted in the new headers: X-Virus-Status: Yes X-Virus-Checker: Scanned by KlamAV 0.
It is discouraged, but entirely possible. :) We put in the warning to discourage software ISVs from putting in services which stop boot to expect configuration of their software. That's hostile to other software running on the system, and is a nasty surprise to people who didn't configure their systems explicitly to do so. We didn't take away the explicit choice from folks who want to deploy their systems that way.
MicroMod - Frequently Asked Questions
This may work just fine ... IF the transmitter can dissipate the extra voltage, without overheating or breaking down. This answer is based on the assumption that the transmitter's power supply is connected in series with the module's power supply. If the transmitter has an internal supply, its specifications probably do not indicate what the maximum supply voltage can be. If you are using an external bulk supply with a 2-wire transmitter, you should have access to this rating.
Unofficial comp.os.linux.development.* FAQ
Yes, but it is a little tricky. You should not use the usual user space functions open, read, write, and close. Instead you should use filp_open and the methods in the returned struct. Always remember to cleanup after yourself. Here is an example: (FIXME: Put the updated version here) kcp.c. If you need more examples I suggest you take a look on the sourcecode for the khttpd or tux webserver. Always remember that file access is only possible in a process context.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON SEP
No, you are not allowed to read any exposure module(s) while on exchange. The exposure module is the introductory module setting out the basics of the subject that is taught in NUS. If you are to read the module while on exchange, you will not have the full understanding of the subject that is offered in NUS.
Input/output via <iostream> and <cstdio>, C++ FA...
Of course you might want to change the for (;;) statement to while (std::cin), but don't confuse that with skipping the non-numeric characters at the end of the loop via the line: std::cin.ignore(...);.
This happens if something in the window isn't correct. If no colored entry fields come up, have a look at the bottom where it says NAVIGATE SET VARIABLE AUTO MANUAL. The entry forms under these words should read: "Choose method to run" "Choose variable to set" and "Manual" (or "Automatic") unless you have intentionally set them.
Code Style: Java servlet "how to" frequently asked...
There are two main approaches to checking request parameters: either look up named parameters you expect to be present, or iterate through all parameters. It is always possible there is more than one value for each named parameter, so look up values using the getParameterValues(String) method, which takes the name of the parameter as an argument and returns a string array. You need to decide what should happen if there is more than one value, this example takes the first value in the array.
LAM FAQ: LAM terms and definitions
RPI module in LAM is the manner in which an MPI point-to-point message progresses from a source MPI process to a destination MPI process. RPI is just one of the types of SSI modules that LAM/MPI uses. The two shared memory RPIs use shared memory for communication between MPI ranks on a single node, but use TCP/IP for communication between ranks on different nodes. The only difference between them is the manner in which shared-memory synchornization is performed.