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As mentioned, your proposed companies are not related to tech at all, and this logo was in a kit of high tech logos, not low tech. Your proposed solution has no context to the OP's original question.
Also, the original poster has been inactive since posting the question (and has not visited this site in over two months - Last Activity: Oct 30th, 2019) ; so the question is moot.
Thread Closed - Original Poster Not Active for Three Months - Last Post by OP: Does anyone know what technology this logo belongs to? Sep 21st, 2019 05:09 AM - Consider reopening this discussion when and if the OP returns to the site or show interest in this topic. See email to OP:
While doing a "little" clean up job, i noticed something weird...
A ls -altr of my / showed this:
drwxr-xr-x 1549 johcham grands 102400 Jan 28 13:13 home
How can a user become the owner / modify the group of my /home??? any thoughts? Can i chown this back to bin:bin (i think that... (2 Replies)
I saw this on another board, and burst out laughing.
Apparently it's a new logo (may even be a new name) for a clothing line.
Check them out: www.A-Style.it (9 Replies)
let I executed the following command:
ls -lrt mdase mvfile test | grep '\.xml'
the output is :
-rw-r--r-- 1 surjya other 0 Sep 23 16:25 sample.xml
-rw-r--r-- 1 surjya other 0 Oct 5 16:11 tst2.xml
-rw-r--r-- 1 surjya other 0 Oct 5 16:12 test3.xml... (1 Reply)
where are the frisky CDE admins.... ;-)
how can i change the welcome logo?
i found the /usr/dt/config/C/Xresources
and the entry:
but when i enter my own *.bm or *.xpm file the screen use a black logo.... i think i am using the wrong resolution for my picture...... (3 Replies)
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I'm not sure if anyone else notices this or not - however when I view the unix.com forums in Windows, the flash logo at the top of the page absolutely kills my performance - CPU usage rockets to 100%! If you open the task manager and monitor performance, and slowly scroll down so that the... (1 Reply)