I was installing Autodesk Vault Professional 2017 in the wee hours today, and I noticed the Autodesk Network License Manager was installed in
C:\Autodesk\Network License Manager. That’s a bit strange when
C:\Autodesk has until now been a temporary location for extracting the setup files.
I can confirm moving the files to a saner location like
C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Autodesk Network License Manager doesn’t work at all. The NLM simply won’t start and nothing gets logged.
It gets even stranger as one of the LMTOOLS shortcuts wants to run
lmtools.exe from the
C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Autodesk Network License Manager directory, i.e. the old location. Note, this was done on a newly installed Windows Server.
In short: Be very careful when emptying the
Warning! Your server is on fire! Also, you are out of milk.
Ref.: Linux Journal, Issue 267, July 2016, pp. 14-15.
I just learned about the new C++ draft standard N4604.
I read Section 16.8 “Predefined macro names” and created this little test program to assess the compilers available: Continue reading C++ draft standard N4604
Det er to ting jeg har sluttet å bli overrasket over. Etterretningenes kynisme og befolkningens naivitet.
Our product is broken, so just tell the OS not to use the broken feature and hey presto you’re a winner! Now stop bugging us with your Loonixes and stuff.
C♯ and mono are both a blessing and a curse. Most documentation, FreeBSD-specific or not, on the internet are more or less outdated. Maybe I was looking in the wrong places. It was really frustrating. Soon this will be outdated too.
Start by adding
lang/mono. Then add
x11-toolkits/libgdiplus. Continue reading FreeBSD has mono
I noticed the weekdays was missing from
xclock‘s digital display when run in FreeBSD
base/head aka 11.0-ALPHA6. FreeBSD
stable/10 doesn’t have this problem. Continue reading Weekdays missing from
xclock‘s digital display
Fra slutten av en matteprøve datert 1989-01-16:
Oppgave Û. KUN FOR DE GLUPESTE KALKULATORISTENE!!
Dersom du er en av dem, gjør følgende:
1: Tast inn alderen din (HELE ÅR!).
2: Legg til tallet 10611.
3: Divider resultatet med 3.
4: Trekk fra eksakt 1/3 av alderen din.
5: Snu kalkulatoren 180° og les hva du bør bedrive
tiden med framover!