The Lounge What is on Your Mind? Does anyone know what technology this logo belongs to? Post 303039069 by Neo on Sunday 22nd of September 2019 12:05:15 AM
Maybe it's a sticker for "o1" visa holders in the US Smilie

Quote:
The O1 visa is a non-resident US visa for people who demonstrate extraordinary ability in their field, whether that be the arts, sport, business, education, or the sciences. The O1 could be considered the non-resident equivalent of the EB1-1 ( the “Extraordinary Ability Green Card”, which gives permanent residency).
... and the rocket engineers signify how this visa "rockets" people outside the US to succeed?

Just a thought Smilie
 
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MINCORE(2)						      BSD System Calls Manual							MINCORE(2)

NAME
mincore -- determine residency of memory pages LIBRARY
Standard C Library (libc, -lc) SYNOPSIS
#include <sys/mman.h> int mincore(const void *addr, size_t len, char *vec); DESCRIPTION
The mincore() system call determines whether each of the pages in the region beginning at addr and continuing for len bytes is resident. The status is returned in the vec array, one character per page. Each character is either 0 if the page is not resident, or a combination of the following flags (defined in <sys/mman.h>): MINCORE_INCORE Page is in core (resident). MINCORE_REFERENCED Page has been referenced by us. MINCORE_MODIFIED Page has been modified by us. MINCORE_REFERENCED_OTHER Page has been referenced. MINCORE_MODIFIED_OTHER Page has been modified. MINCORE_SUPER Page is part of a "super" page. (only i386 & amd64) The information returned by mincore() may be out of date by the time the system call returns. The only way to ensure that a page is resident is to lock it into memory with the mlock(2) system call. RETURN VALUES
The mincore() function returns the value 0 if successful; otherwise the value -1 is returned and the global variable errno is set to indicate the error. ERRORS
The mincore() system call will fail if: [ENOMEM] The virtual address range specified by the addr and len arguments is not fully mapped. [EFAULT] The vec argument points to an illegal address. SEE ALSO
madvise(2), mlock(2), mprotect(2), msync(2), munmap(2), getpagesize(3) HISTORY
The mincore() system call first appeared in 4.4BSD. BSD
January 17, 2003 BSD
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