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1. Emergency UNIX and Linux Support
This is a test to see if the Emergency and UNIX and Linux Support forum is still working...
I see that Amazon has a deal on Raspberry Pis today (CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) Starter Kit (32 GB EVO+ Edition, Premium Black Case) and CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 Complete Starter Kit - 32 GB... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Don Cragun
2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm trying to get the configuration just as I'd like. But I can't get it to work?
I try to read if: xset s off xset -dpms xset s noblank
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3. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
i have been given a raspberry Pi with some applications i am told run in Unix. I do not know much (close to nothing about Unix) that's why I'm here.
I need someone to remote view (team viewer) into my machine and try and show me how to get this application running.
If there is success there... (1 Reply)
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4. News, Links, Events and Announcements
An interesting idea for Raspberry Pi...
Raspberry Pi goes Hi-Fi with audio valve amp | Electronics Weekly
Enjoy... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: wisecracker
5. What is on Your Mind?
Hi Admin and Staff...
Thanks for hosting AudioScope.sh on this site. I have had the biggest surprise of my life today.
This months issue of the UK Linux magazine "Linux Format" have done a small piece on the project.
Issue April 2014, LXF 182, page 65...
This I never expected and I... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: wisecracker
Raspberry Pi B 2014-01-07 Raspbian fully up to date.
Installed and configured motion for surveillance.
It works just fine and creates .avi files and .jpeg.
Installed Mplayer trying to run it from desktop was
not successful. I did try to do a command line by
executing sudo mplayer... (6 Replies)
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Discussion started by: jeveretts
8. What is on Your Mind?
The small red box to the left of TV is the Raspberry PI. Successfully installed and running Raspbian Wheezy.
I learnt about Raspberry PI from Neo here on unix.com. Thanks to you Neo :b: (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: balajesuri
9. What is on Your Mind?
Anyone order or get the new Rasberry Pi? I'm still waiting. Even though it's a fun project, I think these will turn out to be toys for people who already have PC's, and a boon to those who do not.
But that is not stopping me. If my wallet holds out, maybe I can build a Raspberry Pi beowulf... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jim mcnamara
10. What is on Your Mind?
My name is Ryan. I'm from Providence, Rhode Island. A friend and I are working on a homemade video game cabinet design in the style of classic arcade games from the late seventies to nineties. We're designing a system that allows people to play these original games on their original... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: kabungalee
News::Scan::Poster(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation News::Scan::Poster(3pm)
News::Scan::Poster - keep track of posters to a newsgroup
my $poster = News::Scan::Poster->new($news_scan_article_obj);
This module provides a class whose objects can be used to keep track of cumulative statistics for posters to a Usenet newsgroup such as
header volume or signature lines.
new ( ARTICLE )
"ARTICLE" should be a "News::Scan::Article" object or inherit from the "News::Scan::Article" class.
"new" performs some initialization and returns a "News::Scan::Poster" object.
address ( [ ADDRESS ] )
Returns the address of this poster represented as a "Mail::Internet" object.
If present, "ADDRESS" tells the object that the "Mail::Internet" object in "ADDRESS" is its address. idea.
attrib ( [ ATTRIBUTION ] )
Returns some nice attribution for this poster.
If present, "ATTRIBUTION" tells the object how it shall identify itself when asked.
message_ids ( [ MESSAGE-ID ] )
Returns a list of Message-IDs attributed to this poster.
If present, "MESSAGE-ID" is added to this list of this poster's articles.
Returns the volume in bytes of the traffic generated by this poster.
Returns the number of articles attributed to this poster.
Returns a hash whose keys are newsgroup names and whose values are the number of times this poster has crossposted to the group of
interest and the corresponding newsgroup.
Returns the total number of crossposts this poster has sent through the group of interest.
Returns the volume in bytes generated by this poster's headers.
Returns the number of header lines generated by this poster.
Returns the volume in bytes generated by this poster's message bodies.
Returns the number of body lines generated by this poster.
Returns the volume in bytes of original content generated by this poster.
Returns the number of original lines generated by this poster.
Returns the volume in bytes generated by this poster's signatures.
Returns the number of signature lines generated by this poster.
News::Scan, Mail::Address, News::Scan::Article
Greg Bacon <email@example.com>
Copyright (c) 1997 Greg Bacon. All Rights Reserved. This library is free software. You may distribute and/or modify it under the same
terms as Perl itself.
perl v5.10.1 2000-04-13 News::Scan::Poster(3pm)