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  • index.html
    probably both of these installed Currently the code expects both of them installed but it can use one or the other if you comment out the missing one The test py draws a test image with both libraries to verify it works as expected Download korg draw 0 0 1 tar gz DOC file See the DOC file for useage and comments See the test py file for an example

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/docs/code/korg_draw/ (2016-04-30)
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  • index.html
    classes as web pages does all the framework effort for you but on the nagative side can be confusing to setup and get started with doesnt have shortcuts for stuff that I always want to do This framework wraps albatross and makes getting started and coding apps easier atleast for me YMMV korg web provides simplified startup Create a content directory with code and templates and just point korg web to it It walks the tree finds the pages and templates and does all the albatross work for you simplified use Albatross is powerful but sometimes full of ctx locals var which can be a little confusing This class wraps that into more easy to use self var inside your page Never look at a ctx again example code command buttons Method calls with arguments can be marked up in your html and users can click to run them Note only what YOU mark up is available so they cant run just anything example template Look at the class ten in the example code and work out what those buttons do easy to change your app To add a new page copy a existing template to template myfoo html create

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/docs/code/korg_web/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Cameron Blackwood's CV
    project run by Professor Rao Kotagiri Aditi is a database where smart requests can be sent to the server to allow for very complex requests to be resolved with a minimum low level database work The project works closely with the Mercury logic programming language as a way to create these requests Link http www cs mu oz au research aditi Link http www cs mu oz au research mercury My area of work is the Aditi network application programming interface API This API provides for an interface to the Aditi engine that client applications can use to access Aditi functionality and also provides a transparent network transport to allow a number of clients to access a centralised Aditi engine remotely The Aditi engine is written in C and Mercury requires a C interface so the API is mostly written in C but does interface to the C engine Major work for the project began with the design and documentation of the API in cooperation with the Aditi engine programmer and the Mercury design team The previous interface was poorly documented and implemented and the development of a clean agreed interface was an important step Following the documentation of the API I designed an incremental multi layered transport method to carry data from Mercury to the Aditi engine The multi layered design allowed for extensive testing and verification of the building blocks of the final network transport One of the key design feature of the API I designed and built is the automatic generation of the library code directly from the API document The design document is used to generate a large percentage of the Aditi API library directly The API always reflects the documented API and a change in the API is created by running the build process on the new API document Because of the complexity of Aditi a light weight client only library was developed to allow client code to be built on systems not yet supporting a full Aditi engine compile The API also builds an Aditi engine dynamic library that allows client or server programs to be built without linking the large Aditi engine To allow simple scripting and easier creation of clients an Aditi python module is also created Both of these are created directly from the documentation While working as a research programmer I also administer 6 Unix machines for our project other research students and staff running a variety of operating system and hardware combinations including Gentoo Linux ppc ppc64 sparc x86 Mandriva Linux x86 and Mac OSX ppc These machines are used for project development postgraduate research as well as research student and staff desktop machines 1998 2001 Information Technology Officer Earth Sciences Monash University The department of Earth Sciences performs research and teaching in a variety of areas including petrology volcanology tectonics palaeontology geology hydrogeology and economic and environmental sciences I was the lone IT officer providing computer support for the department and the Australian Crustal Research Center Earth Sciences relies heavily on computer modeling measurement and research and had an advanced computer infrastructure to support this work I supported the 150 staff and postgraduate students as well as administration of the department s servers workstations and internal high speed network Department infrastructure included 5 core Servers SGI Irix Linux providing core department services email network disk web proxy web server printing dns etc 30 Unix workstations SGI Irix DEC OSF1 Tru64 Solaris Netbsd 11 host Beowulf cluster of DEC Alphas two student labs one dual booting to Linux over 100 desktop Macs and PCs 170G of exported RAID disk available to the whole department 270G of Unix workstation disk an internal 100Mb workstation network over two buildings using Cisco switch and a dedicated fiber connection to connect the Unix systems My first task in the department was to solve an NFS dependency problem that was causing frequent system downtime I reduced the interdependency isolated services from requiring network mounts and migrated services off old hardware to solve the problem To improve information available to the department I created an extensive documentation system for common issues in the department and for most common tasks I installed a number of online applications to provide information to the department including a service monitor Nagios issue tracking for IT problem wreq and modem usage graphs The issue tracker especially helped users understand what was going on inside the department and with their own issues problems local copy http dev kmem info cameron blackwood work esc www earth monash edu au computer index html I centralised the data for the department creating a database of user and host information I then used that information to generate Unix and desktop passwords phone book mail aliases university alias maps and verification of the university LDAP database The host information automatically created DNS DHCP and university addhost entries To increase security I migrated desktop hosts to a restricted subnet to protect them from external scanning and attack With proxied services most users noticed no change in service By using DHCP leases to the restricted subnet it allowed staff with new equipment to use department services quickly Server scripts which examined system logs allowed me to quickly track down owners and configure newly added systems usually simply via a host configuration page which updated the host database I developed a system of installing local department Unix software by creation of a symlink tree This allowed for installing some packages onto local disk and accessing the rest via the network on a host by host basis I also setup a lab of dual boot mac Linux hosts with a custom rapid clone reinstall system similar to ghost The largest task was the redesign of the server and network structure for the department This process involved examining the services the department required rating their importance and ability to be replicated and then designing a structure to provide the services This provided the opportunity to unify the services such as printing

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/~korg/work/cameron.blackwood.cv.html (2016-04-30)
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  • conditions.html
    the way through to midnight when I am on a roll and being productive and so fixed work hours don t really work for me Working with other people requires some common contact time so I think it makes sense to have certain core hours say something like 11 4 and try and make sure that those times are kept and extra time is varied around those core hours For example maybe a 10am midnight work day means the next 3 days finish at 4 or something Part time y y As I mentioned above I have a life outside work and I actually find that a 5 day week is a little too hectic I would be quite happy and content with a 4 day week Working with other and managing people can make this difficult so obviously there would need core hours as discussed above There is also the possibility of working 3 days and two half days so that their is no large gap in availability I am ranting about part time because if I don t get down time to do other things then my quality of life drops and my focus and enjoyment of work drops which means that some of the good points that attracted me to the job in the first place go away thus other places start looking more attractive Development time y Development is all about building things and organizing systems It takes me concentration and quiet work time to work on large programs and development and that is not possible if one is fighting fires or dealing with day to day things To this end I need quiet development time which is time without being disturbed by day to day details incoming phone calls or knocks on the door Option to publish source or work on open source projects y y Open source is useful in many different places in todays work environment and working on open source puts effort back into this wonderful system Software developed in house can be greatly improved in quality by releasing the code and letting more eyeballs look over it Often open source code will be used at a work place to make some part of life easier If this code is not involve with the core work of the environment then there should be no problem publishing fixes and changes to the source If I code anything that is not core business then the option to release it to the community would be expected This means no the company owns all my work clause No ball chain y y Working on call or being expected to be available outside hours can be a real interruption to one s life and as I have previously stated I have a life outside work I would expect heavy compensation for any potential interruption to that or expect the cool qualities of your job to start to disappear No PC s and Mac s n y I

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/~korg/work/conditions.html (2016-04-30)
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  • How to install linux on a ti extensa 660cdt
    games and the rest linux See notes below Run speed disk Put in your Redhat cd Copy dosutils onto your harddrive Reboot and put your floppy in removing the cd format a bootable system disk Go to dos Run FIPS to shrink your w95 partition Reboot and swap back to cd drive Run autoboot bat from the dosutils directory to boot from cd install linux as normal Paritioning The disk as it came after w95 install was one big partition with 20M spare at the end I think for power management swap to disk I reformatted it to dev hda1 1 1 245 987808 6 DOS 16 bit 32M dev hda2 246 246 512 1076544 83 Linux native dev hda3 513 513 520 32256 82 Linux swap I intend to put all important data on the w95 partition so that I can just reinstall linux without erasing important data On second thoughts maybe I will repartition and make it 500M linux 500M data or something Sound I just ran setup from a virtual console and it got it ok X11 A link I didnt use http www ps uci edu tomba inspiron redhat neomagic txt I used http www monumental

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/~korg/comp/ti/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Index of /~korg/fun
    Index of korg fun Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory 01 Aug 2010 08 37 peanut 24 Oct 2005 09 37

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/~korg/fun/?N=D (2016-04-30)
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  • Index of /~korg/fun
    Index of korg fun Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory 01 Aug 2010 08 37 peanut 24 Oct 2005 09 37

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/~korg/fun/?M=A (2016-04-30)
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  • Index of /~korg/fun
    Index of korg fun Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory 01 Aug 2010 08 37 peanut 24 Oct 2005 09 37

    Original URL path: http://darkqueen.org/~korg/fun/?S=A (2016-04-30)
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