Originally Posted by Aero
I've now goat a permanent purple vertical line running all the way from top to bottom of my screen, half an inch from the right hand side. I sometimes get another one just left of centre...
Well, you already eliminated emacs, so I guess that leaves vi. :-)
Seriously, I would suggest eclipse. eclipse.org
It's VERY good for java and there are plugins that enable decent C++ support.
I tend to agree with the last post in the thread, try with defaults first. It's the whole philosophy of "get is working first, optimize later.
My thoughts would be to change the fstab to:
/dev/hda6 /boot ext2...
Originally Posted by Xaero
- CPU Frequency Scaling. (800 MHz on battery, dynamic switching on power)
This is easy. Compile the userspace governor into your kernel and emerge powernowd. It does a...
Yea, I run Gentoo on an XPS2. What do you need to know. :-)
To get DMA working on the dvd drive, you need a 2.6.10 or newer kernel and edit:
If no-one does it by next weekend, I'll give it a try. The problem is I have no experience writing Windows programs. All my experience is with OS/2, Linux, and Java. The bigger problem, however, is I don't have any sort of compiler...
In windows, this should be fairly easy. All the communication is done through the APPDRV.sys device driver. A CreateFileA for \\.\APPDRV should open it and then control through DeviceIOControl. The above APIMONITOR app can easily...