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  1. --- gentoo-coc.txt  2013-05-23 13:57:46.000000000 +0200
  2. +++ gentoo-coc.fixed.txt    2013-05-23 14:19:35.496004262 +0200
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  4.  ï»¿Gentoo Code of Conduct 0.2

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  1. raxas@daeira ~ $ eix -C texlive --installed --compact
  2. [I] dev-texlive/texlive-basic (2012@23.4.2013): TeXLive Essential programs and files
  3. [I] dev-texlive/texlive-context (2012-r1@7.5.2013): TeXLive ConTeXt format
  4. [I] dev-texlive/texlive-documentation-base (2012@23.4.2013): TeXLive TeX Live documentation
  5. [I] dev-texlive/texlive-fontsextra (2012@3.5.2013): TeXLive Extra fonts

Paste #pnk1acyyj

  1.  
  2. BEGIN
  3.   REPEAT
  4.    nop
  5.     IF z

Paste #pggrjmenp

  1. ;---------------------------------------
  2. ; IF ELIF ELSE ENDIF
  3. %imacro IF 1.listflow
  4. %push flow_if
  5.   j%+1 %$LABEL_ELSE

Paste #pyi6xwxmp

  1. #ifdef EEPROM_FEATURES
  2.  
  3. #include <EEPROM.h>
  4.  
  5. // since eeprom operations are quite slow even for reading, we do want ram cache of values

Paste #pynpwddhg

  1. mffs.version.major.number=2.2                                                                                                                                          
  2. mffs.version.minor.number=8                                                                                                                                            
  3. mffs.version.revision.number=3                                                                                                                                        
  4. mffs.version.betabuild.number=6

Paste #pgyplhhjg

  1. yac  | http://pastebin.blesmrt.net/3151/86428136/ I've got this issue with fdisk
  2. yac  | problem is, there are more devices which fdisk does not print as it terminates at the error with mapper/root
  3. kzak | yac: and do you have the device?
  4. kzak | I mean the node in /dev/mapper
  5. yac  | no

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  2. ~/data/yaccz/data/xdg-data-home.git/cpk git:master
  3. yac@rainbowdash % gnome-keyring
  4. usage: gnome-keyring command [options]
  5. commands: import

Paste #paedorjjh

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  2. Traceback (most recent call last):
  3.   File "/usr/share/gwibber/plugins/twitter/gtk/twitter/__init__.py", line 142, in on_twitter_auth_title_change
  4.     saved = self.dialog.on_edit_account_save()
  5.   File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/gwibber/accounts.py", line 235, in on_edit_account_save

Paste #psspohdzg

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  2. ~/data/yaccz/data/xdg-data-home.git/cpk git:master
  3. yac@rainbowdash % gnome-keyring
  4. usage: gnome-keyring command [options]
  5. commands: import

Paste #pbhnxpoaf

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  2. Traceback (most recent call last):
  3.   File "/usr/share/gwibber/plugins/twitter/gtk/twitter/__init__.py", line 142, in on_twitter_auth_title_change
  4.     saved = self.dialog.on_edit_account_save()
  5.   File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/gwibber/accounts.py", line 235, in on_edit_account_save

Paste #pfvpoxryw

  1. huawei 3131 symboly z aplikace bezici v operacnim systemu vxworks, nejaky interpretr, same procedury a spousta promennych, jmena prevazne velmi uzce
  2. koresponduji s nazvy primitiv uvedenych v knihach jako je pruvodce gprs standardem, zrejme se tedy jedna o implementaci celeho gprs stacku
  3. => neboli, ta vecicka ma mozna soft radio!
  4.  
  5. Aps_PdpMdfIndQosSatisfy

Paste #prmkeaont

  1. huawei 3131 fw strings vybrane casti
  2.  
  3. * 07fd6800 - 07fec7ff bootloader code fragment
  4.  
  5. start of data

Paste #pey9aijbg

  1. ;---{  LINUX  }------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  2.  
  3. ; According to A.2 of AMD64 SysV ABI Draft 0.99 May 11,2009, an interface between libC and Linux kernel is as follows:
  4. ; - syscall number is passed in RAX
  5. ; - from 0 up to 6 int64 arguments, passed in RDI, RSI, RDX, R10, R8, R9

Paste #pdtz7ayha

  1. grep gid linux-syscall.macro
  2.     LinuxSYS    0x68,sys_getgid,0
  3.     LinuxSYS    0x6a,sys_setgid,1
  4.     LinuxSYS    0x6c,sys_getegid,0
  5.     LinuxSYS    0x6d,sys_setpgid,2