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Difference between Process and Thread

Process What's Process? In computing, a process is an instance of a computer program that is being executed. It contains the program code and its current activity. Depending on the operating system (OS), a process may be made up of multiple threads of execution that execute instructions concurrently. Process states An operating system kernel that allows multi-tasking needs processes to have certain states. Names for these states are not standardised, but they have similar functionality. Orphan Process and Zombie Process Orphan process An orphan process is a computer process whose parent process has finished or terminated, though it remains running itself. In a Unix-like operating system any orphaned process will be immediately adopted by the special init system process. This operation…

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Jenkins Installation and Configuration with Maven and GitHub

In this tutorial we are going to describe Jenkins installation and configuration with Maven and GitHub. We are going to use a Tomcat Application Server 7. If you don’t have Tomcat installed please get one here. You will need a Java 7+ SDK installed as well Git binaries installation At first we need client tool using which git operations like cloning, fetching, pooling can be done. We have chosen git client implementation available at git-scm.com. Download and install it. Important thing is to select Run Git from the Windows Command Prompt option on Adjusting your PATH environment installation screen so that git client executables are added to your PATH variable. Jenkins installation Now we are going to install Jenkins. Jenkins…

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Install TideSDK on Windows 7/Ubuntu/Mac OS X

What's TideSDK? TideSDK is the new standard for creating beautiful and unique desktop apps using your web development skills. You can build muti-platform desktop applications with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript in TideSDK. TideSDK can support Python, Ruby and PHP now. Download TideSDK and other software 1. TideSDK 1.3.1 Beta 2. TideSDK Developer 1.4.2 Install TideSDK 1. Extract TideSDK 1.3.1 to Windows 7/8/8.1: C:\ProgramData\TideSDK Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\TideSDK Ubuntu: ~/.tidesdk Mac OS X: ~/Library/Application\ Support/TideSDK 2. Install TideSDK Developer 1.4.2 Start Using TideSDK with Hello World 1. Download the Hello World demo from the official website. 2. Import the project and build it. What's more? If you got this error message on Ubuntu: Missing libjpeg.so.62, Please try to install libjpeg62-dev.

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Install Microsoft’s Consolas Font on Mac OS X

With the introduction of Windows Vista and Office 2007 Microsoft included some new fonts, which became the defaults in Office. Their names all start with ‘C’ and they are quite attractive. In particular there is a monospaced font called Consolas that is nice to use as a text editor font and Terminal font. The problem is they aren’t technically free, although Microsoft does include them in a number of freely available updaters. What follows is how I went about installing the fonts on my Mac. Installation Download the Open XML File Format Converter for Mac. Double click the disk image if it wasn’t automatically mounted. You will see an Open XML File Format Converter meta package (.mpkg). Right click (or Control-click) the…

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Reset password of Windows 7 in Parallels Desktop

Please do as following steps: 1. Start your virtual machine. Then open terminal application(Finder > Applications > Utilities > Terminal) 2. Copy the following command, past it into Terminal window and press Return:     prlctl list --all     The output should look like the following:         UUID STATUS IP_ADDR NAME         {3e21f02b-9d52-4ebe-a079-675dc822d723} running - Windows 7 3. Copy the following, past it into Terminal window and add space, and copy the UUID from the output of the previous command (e21f02b-9d52-4ebe-a079-675dc822d723 in the example) and past it at the end of the "prlctl set" command (do not forget that there should be a space between "set" and UUID number), then add space, type the following and add…

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How to Whitelist a Sender or Domain in Gmail

Sure, Gmail's spam filter is mighty and good. When you visit the Spam view, all you see is junk. All the mail you want to receive arrives in time. What, though, if you want to be sure — sure that messages from your peers, your friends or your family never end marked as spam by Gmail? That security is in a filter that's simple, effective and set up easily. Whitelist a Sender or Domain in Gmail To make sure Gmail never filters as spam mail from a certain contact or domain: Click the Show search options downward-pointing triangle in your Gmail's main search field. Type the desired email address under From. To whitelist an entire domain (all mail from an address ending in "infinitescript.com", for example),…

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