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comment Upgraded to Ubuntu 14.10 and *everything* lags
Hi Charles. I obtain WARNING: cpupower not found for kernel 3.8.0-22 I then installed linux-tools-3.8.0-22 as recommended by the further output of cpupower, but obtained E: Unable to locate package linux-tools-3.8.0-22. Hmmm...
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comment Upgraded to Ubuntu 14.10 and *everything* lags
This might be related: askubuntu.com/questions/541222/…
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comment Ubuntu Gnome 14.10 - desktop performance degraded when certain apps are running
It seems that I experienced something similar: askubuntu.com/questions/540964/… See also other comments there, we seem to not be alone on this. Extremely annoying.
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comment Upgraded to Ubuntu 14.10 and *everything* lags
That's interesting, thanks for reporting this.
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
okay, works great in my actual example. Thanks a lot for helping, David.
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
A solution could be to omit the time unit and simply test whether the start date is "larger" than the end date. If so, add 720. But I haven't figured out yet how to test ">="
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
The problem seems to be that the p is not matched and thus the 720 not added.
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
Hi David, I then used (#1)*60+#2#3\if p#5+720 inside the definition but I end up with -610 min. Do you know why?
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
Is it difficult to allow the input to have a half-space between the number and the unit, so 11:30\,am?
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
Hi, thanks a lot, David. I just had to put a % after \edef\tmp{ to avoid a small horizontal space to be inserted. Works very well, thanks again.
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
I realized a strange error when I use the "duration" command inside a table/environment. I updated the post. Do you see how to avoid this error?
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comment How to compute the difference between two time points (e.g., 11:30 am and 01:20 pm => 110 min)?
excellent, thanks a lot, David!
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