Dec
8
accepted Why the Erlang shell does not terminate after all these processes have reached their end?
Dec
8
comment Why the Erlang shell does not terminate after all these processes have reached their end?
I think this means nodes:test_commit/0 has to wait for the spawned processes to terminate, but this is fine, thanks.
Dec
7
asked Why the Erlang shell does not terminate after all these processes have reached their end?
Sep
6
awarded Scholar
Sep
6
accepted How do I make less open binary files without confirmation?
Sep
1
asked How do I make less open binary files without confirmation?
Aug
16
comment How do I stop Ubuntu from overriding my setxkbmap settings?
Yes, they do until the next reboot.
Jul
28
awarded Informed
Jul
28
comment How do I stop Ubuntu from overriding my setxkbmap settings?
Tried, doesn't work. The reverse quotes merely makes the shell try to execute the output of "setxkbmap -v", which is full of syntax errors. As you can see from my cat executed.log, setxkbmap is already being executed, but something overwrites its configuration after .profile.
Jul
27
awarded Student
Jul
27
asked How do I stop Ubuntu from overriding my setxkbmap settings?
Nov
23
comment Distributed Systems: Keeping timestamp consistency between different nodes
I think Flavio is suggesting to ask the time or the sequence number to a centralized service so that is always consistent? This service can be shared by Aggregate so that it is scalable (again, only consistency is inside an Aggregate).
Sep
1
accepted Why credit card payment pages ask for expiration date?
Aug
25
asked Why credit card payment pages ask for expiration date?
Aug
24
answered My current testcases are not working with new selenium 2.34.0 and php (edit added code and log file from selenium)
Feb
14
accepted Authentication of mobile native applications
Feb
13
asked Authentication of mobile native applications
Feb
10
awarded Informed
Jan
23
comment How to synchronize two branches in the same Git repository?
This is potentially harmful if you have already published branch foo out of your machine. Rebasing it on master will change the sha of the commits contained in the branch, so when you try to push your rebased version of foo they won't match what is in the server, and it will tell you that you cannot complete the push because it's not a fast-forward.
Dec
16
asked Is PHP leaking memory in this scenario?
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