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Peter Noesgaard Andreasen
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My friend is looking for a job... Technician, all round geek, recently graduated bachelor in electronic engineering...
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Vågn nu op, Danmark!
Hvis du er istand til bare et øjeblik at fokusere på andet i dansk politik end flygtninge og moderne kontanthjælpslofter, så er der faktisk et emne, hvis betydning langt overstiger de to nævnte emner.
Jeg taler om retten til privatliv. Ikke bare for dig og mig, men også for vores børn og kommende generationer.

Hvis dit svar på tiltagende overvågning er et skuldertræk og clichéen om, at du ikke har noget at skjule, så bør du bruge 5 minutter på at læse denne artikel af Poul-Henning Kamp.
Den er skrevet i et sprog, som selv de mest it-forskrækkede danskere bør kunne forstå.
Så hvis du hører til den relativt store gruppe af danskere, der ikke mener, at mere overvågning er et problem, så bør du i den grad læse videre.
Det er vores alle sammens fremtid, du sætter på spil med din uvidenhed.

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Det handler om hvem der sidder og kigger med når din datter skifter tøj uden at have lukket laptoppen, det handler om hvem der lytter med når i sidder i sofaen og ser en "romcom" med en god rødvin, det handler om hvem der ved at du tager medicin for en kronisk sygdom, det handler om hvem der ved hvornår du er hjemme og hvor du ellers har været henne, hvad enten det er støttegruppen, chefens ensomme kone eller advokaten.

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The other database joke.
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Ugh terrible
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Congratulations

The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space.
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Hello group. I just bought a HP chromebox celeron model. It comes with 2GB RAM and a 16GB SSD. I have already installed XBMC (openElec) as a dual-boot and it works nicely. But I would like to know what is the largest RAM block it will accept if I want to upgrade? Some places I read it is 4GB others 8GB? And what about the SSD? Any advice if I want a larger drive? Thanks...
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+Peter Noesgaard Andreasen that's just how the stock firmware is set up, given that booting the legacy BIOS is an extra/developer feature, so no way to change it.  The only real workaround would be to install ChromiumOS and dual boot that with OpenELEC, then you'd be able to use GRUB to select between them.

One thing you can do with your current setup is change the boot delay (from 30s to 1s, nothing in between) and change the default boot to the legacy BIOS (and by extension, to OpenELEC), so that booting ChromeOS would require CTRL-D.
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Question about C++ and Python.

I would like to have Python embedded in my C++ project (for example a Qt program). So far I have managed three steps: (1) call python to execute a script from file or a string, (2) call a specific function in a python script from C++ and get the return result, (3) to make a .so module file in C that can be imported and called from python. But what I would really like is for the Python program embedded in my project to be able to interact with my C++ code directly. For example by defining a few functions in my C++ code and make them callable from python.  I think I could do it in a roundabout way by making a .so module that communicates with my program, or through sockets. But is it possible to call back to my C++ code?
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Alberto Curro, No quite the opposite; I would like my C++ program to start the Python instance and have that call back to some function in my C++ program. I think that for example Gimp lets you write a function or plugin using Python which then uses all the Gimp API so it can manipulate the current image.
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I have just for the first time used placement new operator in C++ . Also writing a templated message queue.  Awesome :-)
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Nice search page
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My long time favourite FTP client for Windows, FileZilla, is publishing their installer via sourceforge which includes malware. The developer refuses to change this behaviour. So I now recommend two alternatives - WinSCP and Cyberduck

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https://cyberduck.io/
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Watched the movie Interplanetary last night. I wish I hadn't. It had been hyped as having elements of real science in it, but that was a lie. It was a movie about a mentally unstable farmer who is sent into space to save the human species along with an equally unstable "scientist" who says things like "maybe love is a form of communication from another dimension". All the characters in the movie spends half their screen time crying. A spaceship dips under the event horizon of a black hole, because if you just fire all your thrusters then you can fly out again right? The movie assumes the audience is too stupid so any reference to "science" means three blackboards full of nonsense equations. In the end you start sympathizing with whatever fungus it was that was killing life on Earth.
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I see what you did there :-)
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Hi all,
I wanted a class to run some member functions in separate threads. It took me a while to figure out how to do it in C++11 so I thought I'd share it here with you:
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  • Carometec A/S
    software engineer, 2011 - present
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Har netop købt noget udstyr hos Proshop. Ingen problemer her.
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I pay a substantial amount of money to see a movie, so why must I be subjected to *half an hour* of advertising with a volume that makes it impossible to have a conversation or to relax before the movie? The cinema is just as charming as the rest of Fisketorvet, which means - not really.
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Det er lidt dyrt men sjovt at besøge Knuthenborg Safaripark. De små geder, som man kan klappe, er altid et hit, når jeg tager gæster med derned.
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reviewed 11 months ago
Jeg har netop fundet lige den stump til et dørtrin som jeg manglede. Priserne er dog for høje for brugte materialer.
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Nu har jeg for anden dag i træk brugt 10 minutter på en sælger fra Natur-Energi, som påstod, at hun skam havde lavet en aftale med min mor om levering af "billig" strøm og at vi bare lige skulle godkende det. De forstår åbenbart ikke et nej, og de lyver ubehersket -- gu' havde min mor da ikke lavet nogen aftale! Det gjorde det ikke mindre ubehageligt at jeg kunne høre hendes supervisor i baggrunden anspore hende til at snakke udenom hver gang jeg sagde nej. Det var først, da jeg begyndte at insinuere et retsligt efterspil, hvis de fortsætter med at ringe til min mor, at de gav op. Eller, det vil selvfølgelig vise sig, om de har givet op.
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Service: Dårlig oplevelse. Først blev vi ignoreret et stykke tid mens vi stod og ventede ved indgangen. Servitricen var mut, klaskede et par menuer på bordet uden et ord og forsvandt igen. Vi bestilte to forretter og hhv en salat og en hovedret. Tre af disse kom i rimelig tid men hovedretten dukkede ikke op. Da vi havde spist hvad der var på bordet og jeg rykkede efter min mad, fik jeg at vide at den var på vej. Da jeg senere spurgte igen, fik jeg samme svar. Til sidst blev jeg sur og bad om en regning for de tre ting vi havde fået så vi kunne komme hjem. I stedet for at svare gik servitricen sin vej for at servere for et andet bord. Da jeg gentog min anmodning blev hun endnu mere sur men gav mig til sidst modstræbende en regning hvor hovedretten var trukket fra. Med hensyn til maden: Da jeg havde en "rigtig" vietnameser med kan jeg med pålidelig kilde oplyse, at den hverken var særlig vietnamesisk eller særlig god.
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Da jeg bor i nærheden er det et bekvemt sted for brunch. Der er et rimeligt udvalg af øl på flaske og forskellig slags kaffe. Deres kyllingeburger er stor og smager udmærket. Det hele skæmmes dog noget af den langsomme nærmest modvillige betjening.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
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