Where would I go if I wanted to find out where the heavy programming for Linux is going on? I mean stuff like programming drivers and writing for the kernel. I want to try my skills.

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This is my first post, so let me begin by describing myself before asking my question because I believe you might then better understand where I am coming from. I am twenty years old. I recently graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in finance. I am interested in developing computer programs that will possibly revolutionize the way financial matters are done from the trading of securities to the personal money management. I have very basic knowledge of Java and C++, but nothing to brag about. My knowledge of computer …

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I am working through the book Visual C#.NET Step by Step, and I came to the section of the book where the author shows how to create comments on your code with XML. ///<summary> ///The obligatory Hello World in C# ///</summary> ///<remarks> ///This program writes out Hello World ///using the WriteLine method of the ///System.Console class. ///</remarks> This is the code the author gives. You can use Visual Studio to Build Comment Web Pages, but none of the XML (specifically the things between the summary and remarks tags) show up. Is there something wrong with my version of VC#.NET? I …

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I have a Dell Monitor that is not in the install list. I tried to set up Linux with the Dell Monitor using the generic monitor listing that closely matched my setup: 1078X768 @ 60Hz. The problem is this: I am stuck in 640X480 resolution and I can't get out. Does anyone know of any solution? No one wants to help me it seems. I just want to defeat Microsoft because they have angered me.

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I tried toying around with Linux. It didn't work quite right. When I reinstalled Windows XP Pro, I was stuck in 640X480 resolution. I checked device manager and there were big yellow question marks and one of them was listed as VGA video controller. 1)What does this mean? 2)How can I fix it? Linux said that I had an Intel 865 Video Card with an i810 chipset, if that is the correct terminology. Could someone please comment?

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I am having trouble with my RH9 Desktop. Some of the words under icons go off the monitor, so I am assuming that the computer thinks my monitor is larger than it actually is. I tried toying with the display setup, but nothing happened. I still have the problem. Does anyone know anyway to fix this problem? I am new to Linux, and I am trying to set everything up. Brent Ritterbeck

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Someone please help me. I think my computer has bugs. There are ants, roaches, and scorpions coming out from inside my computer. Some people say there is software to get rid of this, but I can't find it. How do I get rid of these bugs? They are starting to bite me.

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I am trying to write a 128 bit encryption program. Does anyone know of any sites or books that would be of help? The only thing I know of is the 2 fish encryption algorithm, but I don't think that will suffice.

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I wrote a program that allows me to send data to a file if I wanted to do that by redirecting the data stream. The only problem is that I can't figure out how to make that work from the DOS prompt. Here is the program: /* echo_eof.c -- repeats input to end of file */ #include <stdio.h> int main(void) { int ch; while((ch = getchar()) != EOF) putchar(ch); return 0; } Now say I wanted to redirect to a file called mywords. The book I have gives this at the DOS prompt: echo_eof < mywords but I keep getting …

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Hello, I started learning C about 2 days ago, and now I have come to a problem that I can't figure out why I am getting the result I am getting. I bought a book, and I have proceeded quickly through it until now. The problem I was given was this: "Write a program that reads input until encountering the # character and then reports the number of spaces read, the number of new line characters read, and the number of all other characters read." Here is the source code I came up with: [CODE]#include <stdio.h> #define SPACE ' ' …

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