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I am a Software Development Engineer with Amazon.com. I have extensive experience with object-oriented programming in C++, JAVA, and C#.NET. Also, I have done a great deal of work with relational databases and embedded development.

If you would like to contact me for any Software Engineering related question, feel free to shoot me an email at jonathan.michael.henson@gmail.com


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comment dd on entire disk, but do not want empty portion
Thanks! that did it.
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comment dd on entire disk, but do not want empty portion
if I run it through gzip, will I have to unzip it before using it? And by run it through gzip, do I just pipe it during the dd process?
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comment 44pin industrial flash ide on embeded debian freezes after an indefinite period of time
If I don't use a journaling system, how will I recover data after a power loss?
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comment multicast streaming, too much network traffic?
I didn't see any such collisions. I am wondering though, would source-specific multicasting fix this?
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comment multicast streaming, too much network traffic?
Well, there could potentially be hundreds of these guys going at once. also, this is a sub-stream, the main stream is used for normal voip as well.
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comment multicast streaming, too much network traffic?
Will it cause a problem if I leave it as is?
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comment 44pin industrial flash ide on embeded debian freezes after an indefinite period of time
Thank you for answering! It is a emphase 44 pin 8000 series 4 gb industrial flash ide. The documentation has all of this information in it, though admittedly I don't know how to read most of it, since I am a software engineer, not a systems engineer. I tried ext4 with journaling. From what I gathered, the journaling on the ext file systems writes unevenly and way too frequently. So, recently I have been experimenting with mtd. Am I wrong about this assumption?
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