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  • click of death
    noise is caused by the drive s read write head bumping against its movement stops when it fails to find track 0 on the disk causing the head to become misaligned This can happen when the drive has been subjected to a physical shock or when the disk is exposed to an electromagnetic field such as that of the CRT Another common cause is when a package of disks is

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  • clobber
    Next clobber vt To overwrite usually unintentionally I walked off the end of the array and clobbered the stack Compare mung scribble trash and smash the stack Prev Up Next

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  • clock
    through its paces This has nothing to do with the time of day although the software counter that keeps track of the latter may be derived from the former 2 vt To run a CPU or other digital circuit at a particular rate If you clock it at 1000MHz it gets warm See overclock 3 vt To force a digital circuit from one state to the next by applying a

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  • clocks
    relative execution times of instructions on a machine are usually discussed in clocks rather than absolute fractions of a second one good reason for this is that clock speeds for various models of the machine may increase as technology improves

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  • clone
    BUS ISA EISA PCI compatible 80x86 based microcomputer this use is sometimes spelled klone or PClone These invariably have much more bang for the buck than the IBM archetypes they resemble This term fell out of use in the 1990s the class of machines it describes are now simply PCs or Intel machines 5 obs In the construction Unix clone An OS designed to deliver a Unix lookalike environment without

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  • clone-and-hack coding
    clone and hack coding Prev C Next clone and hack coding n DEC Syn case and paste Prev Up Next clone Home clover key

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  • clustergeeking
    Next clustergeeking kluh st r gee king n CMU Spending more time at a computer cluster doing CS homework than most people spend breathing Prev Up Next clue by four

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  • co-lo
    that is physically sited on the premises of an ISP in order to take advantage of the ISP s direct access to lots of network bandwidth Often in the phrases co lo box or co lo machines Co lo boxes

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