Berkeley CSUA MOTD:2006:July:15 Saturday <Friday, Sunday>
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2006/7/15-18 [Computer/SW/Editors, Computer/SW/Editors/Emacs] UID:43675 Activity:nil
7/14    Do you like cscope or ctags? What do you prefer and why?
        \_ They do totally different things.
        \_ etags (since I use emacs).
2006/7/15-18 [Politics/Domestic/911] UID:43676 Activity:nil
        I guess the cop didn't find her attractive!
2006/7/15-17 [Computer/SW/OS/Linux] UID:43677 Activity:nil
7/14    I am trying to install something for personal use in Soda.  It's
        a converter that converts various Chinese encoding to and from one
        and another (autoconvert).  When I am trying to compile it, I got this
        incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function 'memcpy'
        error.   Any idea why it can't find memcpy?             kngharv
        \_ As the poster below said, you need to #include <string.h>.
           But this should be a warning, not an error, and it shouldn't
           happen at all with the current version of autoconvert (which
           already includes string.h).  Anyway, I've installed the official
           Debian autoconvert package, which seems to work fine -- please
           let me know if anything goes wrong.  --mconst
           \_ thanks.  --OP
        \_ I don't have an answer but could you tell us what's the best way
           to learn Taiwanese?
           \_ you mean min-nan dialect?  or hekka?
        \_ Because you aren't #include-ing string.h?  The error message
           means you haven't done anything to declare it.
2006/7/15-18 [Computer/SW/Unix] UID:43678 Activity:nil
7/15    Mi comrades, how to samba mount on MacOS X? Spasibo!
        \_ Learn proper grammar first, you fucking immigrant
           \_ I guess you work in a company which doesn't have native English
              speakers in the QA department who are too lazy to write
              understandable bug reports.  Those reports drive me crazy.
        \_ Tovarich, depends on whether you're doing workgroup or domain
           auth.  Both should actually just show up under 'network' in
           finder.  Click on a server->connect and it'll show you the
           list of shares on that box.  -John
           Go to Finder, click Connect to Server, type:
           \_ I think it's smb:// (though it may not matter)
        \_ In Soviet Russia, Spanish learns you?
2006/7/15-18 [Consumer/PDA] UID:43679 Activity:nil
7/15 needs to DIE DIE DIE.
        Background: I have the exact same bill-to and ship-to address for a
        while and never had a problem ordering products online.
        Problem chronology:
        -Ordered from
        -7 days later, got an email saying "We tried to contact you via email
         or phone but you couldn't be reached so we're cancelling your order"
        -I called up and they said actually, the credit card company
         said my credit card billing address was different from's
         shipment address, the order was cancelled
        -I called the credit card company and they said everything's fine,
         to contact again
        -I called again and the customer service said it's their
         billing/finance's fault and there's nothing he could do except to
         order again
        -I ordered again, and days have passed and I tried to contact them
         several times but no response, as expected
        I hate They outsource all of their annoying customer service
        agents who speak English that you can barely understand, and their
        customer service agents are as knowledgeable and helpful as Fry's
        Electronics agents. Lastly, their whole ordering/billing process
        is totally fucked up. Despite their low prices I am never buying
        from again. is by far the worst online retailer
        I've ever experienced in my life.
        \_ You know, this is annoying, but just not that bad.
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