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Research and Explain what boolean algerbra is?

In mathematics, Boolean algebra is the subarea of algebra in which the values of the variables are the truth values  189 more words

Apple releases iOS 8.1

Apple today released iOS 8.1 which includes new features, improvements and bug fixes, including:

● Apple Pay support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (U.S. 317 more words


Q104: Performance of Round Robin Scheduling

Question #104: The performance of Round Robin Scheduling depends on:


  1. Size of the processes
  2. CPU bursts of the processes
  3. I/O bursts of the processes…
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Operating Systems

Apple's iOS 8.1: Today's release times

“iOS 8.1, which Apple unveiled at its iPad and Mac event on Thursday, brings ‘back the beloved camera roll’ and marks the debut of the iCloud photo library,” Shara Tibken reports for CNET. 408 more words


A Funny Thing

It’s a funny thing how quickly technology becomes integrated into our lives. We get a new device- smartphone, tablet, whatever- and have no clue how we’re going to use it. 219 more words

My perfect distro: Salix 14.1

Is Salix the perfect distro? Some might argue that it is, others will argue that it isn’t. Basically, it all depends on what you want from a distro: Do you want the system to be as exposed as possible (and therefore as configurable as it possibly can be), or do you want a distro that shields you from the nitty-gritty, and just offers an array of GUI tools to configure everything.  2,437 more words

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Helper functions for handling the PID file of a background daemon.

In this article I will present to you some useful functions for handling the PID file of a background daemon. Most of the background daemons maintain a PID file usually in a well-known path such as the “/var/run”. 1,190 more words

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