FAQ - Beagle
Generally, Beagle stores its data in the directory .beagle in the user's home directory. These location can be overriden by using Environment Variables. In addition to it, beagle stores the last indexed information about each file in its extended attributes.
Beagles on the Web: FAQ
If your beagle drags his butt along the floor, or leaves a smelly spot on your furniture, then chances are his anal glands are full. These are 2 small external glands which normally release a fluid when your beagle poops, but if the fluid builds up, itching and leaking can occur, and the fluid smells quite foul. This is a common problem in beagles. Your vet or a groomer can "express" the glands in mild cases.
General Integrated System FAQs
The following data elements are considered to be restricted. This means that these elements are not available in the Operational Data Store (ODS). They are, however, available in certain areas of the Integrated System applications and users with appropriate Integrated System responsibilities will be able to access them for business reasons. Use of these and all other data elements will be governed by the Electronic Access Agreement that all Integrated System users will sign annually.
Beagles on the Web: FAQ
This is likely what is known as a "reverse sneeze", although it actually has nothing to do with sneezing. It sounds like a cross between coughing and gasping for breath, is often accompanied by drooling, and can last for a couple of minutes. The cause of reverse sneezing is unclear - the soft palate is often implicated - but the important thing to know is that it is a common occurence in beagles and is not dangerous. Getting your beagle to swallow seems to help stop it.
FAQ - Beagle
The answer to this question is generally "depends on the type of data being indexed" (mostly media like photos/movies vs. lots of text documents, which take up more indexing space), but 5-10% of the size of the data to be indexed seems to be a good ballpark figure. Yes! As of Beagle 0.1.0, NFS home directories can be indexed. Note however that this will be an extremely slow operation, as every byte of your data has to be transferred between the NFS server and your client desktop.
Slim Devices : Product Info : FAQ
The data is stored in the same folder as the preferences file. Under Windows/Mac it will be called slimserversql.db. Under Unix it will be called .slimserversql.db and stored in the home directory of the user running the SlimServer.
eDoc - Document Management Software
Document files are stored in standard Windows folders (directories), while the metadata is stored on an SQL database. The "Try & Buy" version is a FULL version with a time limitation of 30 days upon installation. Within these 30 days you must register the software, in order to register you need to have a valid Purchase ID which you can only get if you purchase online a license. eDocXL™ has a complete uninstaller and does not contain any ad-ware or spy-ware.
Blackboard Transaction System Cease and Desist FAQ
Access cards contain ID numbers, and nothing else. All account information is maintained on a SQL database backend. I don't know how much the backend configuration varies between installations, but that's how it works at Georgia Tech. Many BTS cards have barcodes on the front. According to my CueCat scanner, this is just the card ID number, which is probably identical to the number stored on the mag stripe. Perhaps someone with a mag stripe reader can verify this.
All of the data KPilot saves from your Pilot goes into directories underneath the KDE configuration directory. This is often .kde/ in your home directory, but may be some different value. Check the value of the environment variable $KDEHOME for a hint. Underneath $KDEHOME, you will find share/apps/kpilot. In there, there should be two directories: pending_install which stores the files you want to store on your Pilot at next HotSync, and a directory DBBackup.
PIXImus Frequently Asked Questions
PIXImus stores all bone, tissue, animal biographical data, ROI locations, ROI dimensions, date\time of acquisition data, plus a whole lot more, in a text file. This text file is easily imported to almost every statistical spreadsheet program available.
FAQ - Evolution
Evolution stores your data in $HOME/.evolution/, your account settings in $HOME/.gconf/apps/evolution and your passwords in $HOME/.gnome2_private/Evolution. The passwords are not stored encrypted, just base64 encoded. SSL Certificates are stored in $HOME/.camel_certs, and if Evolution crashed while you were writing an email, there could even be a file $HOME/.evolution/.evolution-composer.autosave-123456 (where 123456 is some string). Note: If you run Evolution 2.
On Windows, PuTTY stores most of its data (saved sessions, SSH host keys) in the Registry. The precise location is HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SimonTatham\PuTTY and within that area, saved sessions are stored under Sessions while host keys are stored under SshHostKeys. PuTTY also requires a random number seed file, to improve the unpredictability of randomly chosen data needed as part of the SSH cryptography. This is stored by default in a file called PUTTY.
Resolution Integration Solutions, Inc. - FAQ
A RTDB is a highly tuned system, but capable of storing only one type of data: the history of measurement values. Plant measurement data is an essential component to the business processes, but users and applications now require far more information than just measurements. This data has to be managed in a closely coupled database.
Halcyon PrimeAlert Products FAQ
PrimeAlert Reporter polls for data every 2 mins. This data is then collected and stored in a separate bins for long term storage.
Replay Director - Replay Solutions
ReplayDIRECTOR is extremely efficient and will typically record 1 megabyte of data per minute of play. Even client-server software will record data within this range. With data this small, you can easily attach recordings to bug reports directly in your bug tracking database, or send them via email.
Roadnav - FAQ
Under Windows, data files are stored in C:\Documents and Settings\<your_user_name>\Application Data\Roadnavdata. On Linux, they're in ~/.roadnavdata. Under OS X, they're in ~/Library/Application Support/roadnavdata.
Beagles on the Web: FAQ
This is one area where I do not have much experience because I adopted all 3 of my beagles as adults. I only had to work with Clayton on housebreaking, as he had a tendency to poop in the house if the weather was bad. I spent many a rainy morning standing out in the yard with him on a leash, waiting for him to go. When he did, I would praise him like he'd just won the Nobel Prize, immediately bring him inside, and give him a treat.