Girish Venkatachalam | 1 Apr 04:28 2008
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Re: vim undo search

On 03:28:03 Apr 01, Deepan wrote:
> Hi All,
> After we search for something in vim using
> /searchterm .. how does one undo the search
> highlighting. I don't want to set the
> hightlighting off. I just want to turn off the
> highlighting of current matches. I generally
> search for some garbage word which would return no
> matches to get around.

ESC-u

for less paginator.

For vim editor it is 

:se nohlsearch

But there is no highlighting in my vim 7.0...

-Girish
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Varadarajan V | 1 Apr 04:34 2008
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Re: Gparted problem in Ubuntu 7.10

On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 12:07 PM, Dhanagopal R <dhanagopalr@...> wrote:
> >
>  I wanted to remove mandriva one. So by running gparted I reformatted the
>  /dev/sda6 (10 Gb) ext3 as FAT32. Though the formatting was completed, when I
>  rebooted the system, ubuntu did not automount the partition (sda6).

have you defined in /etc/fstab to mount /dev/sda6 during boot?

>  When viewed through file browser, the capacity of sda6 partition size is shown as
>  2.5Gb instead of 10GB. Windows xp shows the partition as FAT32 of size 10
>  GB.

What does fdisk -l /dev/sda show?
mount the partition and check df -h

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Sudhir Gandotra | 1 Apr 06:14 2008

how to connect a database to a map and show through google map ?

Hello,

I have information in a database. The information is :
Village-district-city names and some numbers (of members of a social
organisation) related to that.

I want to show these numbers by clicking on the Village-district-city
name and then connect them to google-maps and show them at exact
location.
Also need to show the India-map with some dots/mark showing locations
that have the numbers as distinct from those that don't have the
numbers.
The beginning would be a map of india showing some marks where the
numbers are. Additionally, there can be a table on a side showing the
locations by name. One can click on any of these locations in the map or
table and reach the exact location and see the detailed numbers on that
location.

What all needs to be used to be able to show these finally with the help
of google-maps ?

Thanks.

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Prashanth | 1 Apr 06:37 2008
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Re: how to connect a database to a map and show through google map ?

Hi Sudhir,

On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 9:44 AM, Sudhir Gandotra <sudhir@...> wrote:
>
>  I have information in a database. The information is :
>  Village-district-city names and some numbers (of members of a social
>  organisation) related to that.
>
>  I want to show these numbers by clicking on the Village-district-city
>  name and then connect them to google-maps and show them at exact
>  location.

Google maps has a API you have to just map a API call passing the parameters.

http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/index.html

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Mano | 1 Apr 06:39 2008
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Re: Problems with some web pages in ubuntu7.10

> On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 11:36 PM, Francis Bosco <ifrbose@...> wrote:
>
>  >
>  > Can anyone suggest me any of browser just like IE but designed for
>  > linux/ubuntu or can anyone guide to how to configure jvm for a
>  > ubuntu/linux
>  > browser
>  >
>  >
>  try installing ubuntu-restricted-extras package.
>
>  or if jre alone try this, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=350289
>

If you cannot read tamil pls try:

http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Gutsy#Browser_Plug-ins

regds,
mano
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radha krishnan | 1 Apr 11:52 2008
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perl script like minicom to commuincate with the serial port devices

My requirement of using perl expect I want to communicate through
minicom.In which am able to login , when i execute the commands it is not
wriiting into the file in the required format , it mostly writes in the
binary format. Can anyone tell that is there a way / module in perl
which is used
like minicom and commuincate with the serial port devices.
can anyone help in this regard.

radha
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Girish Venkatachalam | 1 Apr 18:18 2008
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Re: perl script like minicom to commuincate with the serial port devices

On 15:22:45 Apr 01, radha krishnan wrote:
> My requirement of using perl expect I want to communicate through
> minicom.In which am able to login , when i execute the commands it is not
> wriiting into the file in the required format , it mostly writes in the
> binary format. Can anyone tell that is there a way / module in perl
> which is used
> like minicom and commuincate with the serial port devices.
> can anyone help in this regard.

I get this

http://search.cpan.org/search?query=minicom&mode=all

but I have not spent much time on it.

There may be a speed setting problem in minicom or you might be using
hardware flow control.

Inside minicom type Ctrl-A O and fix those problems.

Minicom itself can log commands I think.

You can also use an interactive command like tip(1) or cu(1) for this
purpose.

Best of luck.

-Girish
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Roshan Mathews | 1 Apr 18:51 2008
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Re: vim undo search

On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 3:28 AM, Deepan <codeshepherd@...> wrote:
>  After we search for something in vim using
>  /searchterm .. how does one undo the search
>  highlighting. I don't want to set the
>  hightlighting off. I just want to turn off the
>  highlighting of current matches. I generally
>  search for some garbage word which would return no
>  matches to get around.
>
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/

No garbage.

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Girish Venkatachalam | 2 Apr 03:25 2008
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Re: vim undo search

On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 3:28 AM, Deepan <codeshepherd@...> wrote:
>  After we search for something in vim using
>  /searchterm .. how does one undo the search
>  highlighting. I don't want to set the
>  hightlighting off. I just want to turn off the
>  highlighting of current matches. I generally
>  search for some garbage word which would return no
>  matches to get around.
>

I think it was already answered.

Searching for a non existent string (garbage) is what I used to do until
I figured out the right command.

-Girish
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Mohan34u | 2 Apr 08:48 2008
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Re: vim undo search

Deepan wrote:
> I don't want to set the
> hightlighting off. I just want to turn off the
> highlighting of current matches.
/;alsdkfj;aslkdfj

I think this will work fine.. :-)

or if you didn't put useful things on .vimrc then

delete the .vimrc file and run vi

Always
Mohan R
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