Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Fixed My Computers Log Off Problem

I had reformatted my backup drives to optimize the system for a new computer that was added to my network. 

Basically, I backed up on a separate drive the most recent sparsebundles of my computer. I, then, erased and made 4 partitions (1 for each computer.) However, after that I had to stop. What I noticed was that once I turned off Time Machine on my MacBook, until I could get around to setting it up the computer started logging off quickly again.

I figure that the computer was probably looking to connect with an inactive drive; and, we all know that it's not good when a computer is trying to interact with something it can't find.

To confirm this I will look over logging off logs in console, but I think that was the problem.

Now, when I have five minutes to spare I will set up Time Machine for my MacBook again.

Monday, March 15, 2010

New Program

So, me and my fellow nerds are building a really nice program (at least we think it is nice.)

Basically, it will use a linked-list data structure to basically parse and convert the actual binary code of a certain type of language to assembly. Basically, it will be a disassembler. Then, the assembler can be translated to any higher language (the only problem is that the variables will have different names; and I'm not really sure how I will get the same variables to retain their name and not just get a different one.) Anyway, from that higher language it will compile.

In theory, this could be used to convert programs from one system to another, assuming that we have the appropriate linked-list data structure.

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