Hello, I have got a new printer that has Svelta emulation. Beside Svelta emulation, this printer supports ESC emulation. I have sent raw data from a web site (with the help of jzebra applet) using ESC emulation, but when I try Svelta emulation, printer doesn't react. First question is how raw data should look for svelta emulation? Second, can it be done using jzebra applet? Best regards, Boris

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I've had my external HD for a while now (Rock mobile disk). Last time I tried to access the data in it was a few months ago without issues. I tried using it yesterday and started to have issues. I have 600GB of data that needless to, is very valuable. It doesn't matter what machine I plug the laptop to (Vista, 7 or 8.1) I have a hard time getting them to read the HD. Once it finally decided to show up, I cannot do anything with the files. What I have done: [\*] Uninstalled drivers [\*] Ran windows Fix …

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so... last night I was working on transferring files from the drive and all... I shut down, removed the HDD this morning to take a .img from 2 other HDDs that went RAW, but when I inserted the drive into my brothers compy (the only compy that supports both IDE AND SATA), the HDD comes up as RAW. how can an HDD go RAW with no power... o_0 anyways... I can't recover cause I don't have 300GB to recover to... how can I go about repairing the RAW partition back to the way it was before?? (perhapse doing a scan …

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If I am given the exact coordinates of three vertices in image-space (as in, the numbers are not integers, but can be rounded to find their location on the screen), how can I determine which pixels are inside the triangle and should be colored? If you look at the diagram below it might clarify what I'm trying to do http://oi47.tinypic.com/eaktwi.jpg As you can see, the pixels which are mostly within the triangle are filled green. How can I do this in code?

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We had a customer bring in a PC infected with a rootkit, MBR virus, and a myriad of malware. After cleaning the drive, we found the data was totally inaccessible. Windows XP and Windows 7 both reported the drive type as RAW (drive was originally NTFS-Windows XP Home). Using a disk editor I looked at Sector 0 of the drive, as well as the first sector of the former NTFS partition. Both were gibberish. I tried fixmbr, fixboot, mbrfix, all the normal Windows tools. None of these worked. I tried several tools that claimed to be able to recover problems …

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For unknows reasons, other than the fact that I'm trying to intall Windows 8 beta on a separate partion (and the fact that, well, I AM dealing with Windows <sigh>. I kept ending up with a dead 8GB thumb drive that was dead because Windows, in its infinite wisdom caused the file system to not exist, i.e. become RAW. After LOTS of searching, I finally found a proceedure (which seems about as obscure as you can get) for using the command line to make even a screwed up thumb drive such as mine bootable. In particular, this method will convert …

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Hey guys.. going crazy over this :'( This is my form [CODE] echo "<form action='addwebsitekeywordsscript.php' method='post'>"; echo "<input type='hidden' value='" . $currentwebsite . "' name='id' /><br />"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>מילת מפתח:</div> <input type='text' name='keyword[]' class='kywrd1' /></div>"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>חיפושים:</div> <input type='text' name='keywordSearch[]' class='kywrdsrc1' /></div>"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>שפה:</div> <select class='kywrdlang'> <option value='he'>עברית</option> <option value='en'>אנגלית</option></select></div>"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>מילת מפתח:</div> <input type='text' name='keyword[]' class='kywrd1' /></div>"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>חיפושים:</div> <input type='text' name='keywordSearch[]' class='kywrdsrc1' /></div>"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>שפה:</div> <select class='kywrdlang'> <option value='he' >עברית</option> <option value='en'>אנגלית</option></select></div>"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>מילת מפתח:</div> <input type='text' name='keyword[]' class='kywrd1' /></div>"; echo "<div class='kywrdformcontnr'><div class='kywrdform'>חיפושים:</div> …

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The following is an exercise for my class: [INDENT][COLOR="Green"]Redirect mouse device into a file. sudo cat /dev/input/mice > rawmouse.data Move the mouse a bit and then type CONTROL-C. Note that on some distro's you'll need to sudo to bypass device files' restricted permissions. Now, cat that file to the sound card. cat rawmouse.data > /dev/dsp Sounds horrible, doesn't it. So that's how we make sound, by throwing bytes at the sound card.[/COLOR][/INDENT] I follow those directions, but it remains silent.. Any ideas why? [U]Note:[/U] I am running Ubuntu 10.10, and my sound is at max volume.

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The End.