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This command is explained further in the iostat section later in this chapter. Information on the use of shared memory is available through the ipcs command.
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Following are some definitions for this example: ttylabel. In the example, contty (ttylabel) is a port mode name, and is used as a parameter to the ttyadm part of the pmadm command when configuring a new port monitor. It is usually descriptive of the configuration parameters, such as 9600 or 38400E; however, the name has no bearing on the settings themselves. initial-flags. This parameter contains the initial port settings taken from termio (7I). For example, the system administrator can specify what the default erase and kill characters will be. The initial-flags must be specified in the syntax recognized by the stty command. In the preceding example, the initial flags are
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Understanding In-Context Modeling.................................................................................495 Advantages of in-context modeling .........................................................................496 Potential problems with in-context modeling ..........................................................496 Dealing with the Practical Details of In-Context Modeling ................................................496 The in-context process ............................................................................................497 Starting out in-context ...................................................................................497 Working in-context .......................................................................................498 In-context best practice suggestions ........................................................................505 Multiple contexts ...........................................................................................505 In-context with configurations.......................................................................508 In-context with motion..................................................................................510 In-context with multiple instances.................................................................510 In-context and file management ....................................................................510 In-context and mates .....................................................................................511 Circular references.........................................................................................511 Skeletons and layouts ....................................................................................512 In-context and libraries .................................................................................512 Removing relations ........................................................................................512 Should you use mating or in-context ...........................................................513 Communicating design intent........................................................................513
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Sometimes all you need to do to disable motherboard video is make a setting via the PC s BIOS setup program, which you activate at startup with keystrokes such as F1 or Alt+Enter or something similar (the exact command will either appear on the screen as your PC starts up, or it is printed in your PC owner s manual). In other cases, you may need to change a switch or jumper setting on the motherboard, in which case you ll have to get guidance from your owner s manual, PC manufacturer s Web site, or tech support line to get the exact procedure. (Motherboards sometimes have lots of switches and jumpers, most of which have little or no labeling.)
pagers contain enough memory to support as many as 30,000 characters. But relatively few pagers currently can support the storage of voice messages, which are extremely memory intensive. This voice capability is accomplished through the downloading of compressed voice mail from a centralized voice processor to the pager over a packet network. Two-Way Paging (TWP) systems have been available abroad for years but were not introduced in the United States until roughly 1995. The simplest and most common version is known as 1.5-way paging. This approach supports guaranteed message delivery, as the network does not attempt to download messages until such time as the pager is within range, is turned on, and has enough memory to support the download. The general location of the pager is communicated upstream, so the messages can be downloaded to the antennas supporting that particular geographic area, rather than being broadcast across the entire paging network. Once downloaded successfully, the pager acknowledges to the network the receipt of the page. Such pagers are alphanumeric, supporting the display of a text message and return telephone number, typically for a telephone or pager. Full two-way paging enables the recipient of the page to select and transmit a return message, which most commonly is selected from a small set of predetermined messages, although some pagers support user-de nable return messages. Pagers also have been incorporated into other devices, such as cellular telephones, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), watches, and even key chains. Whether standalone or merged into another device, contemporary pager capabilities include some combination of alphanumeric display, two-way communications, message storage, audible and vibration alert, fax receipt (very unusual), and abbreviated e-mail forwarding (very unusual). Many paging service providers also offer information such as weather reports, sports scores, traf c reports, and stock quotes, all of which are provided through a feature known as Short Message Service (SMS), which currently is limited to 160 characters [17]. Limited Web content also may be available. Incoming messages generally may be reviewed, erased, and archived. Both incoming and outgoing messages may be date and timestamped. 11.7.3 Paging Applications: Contemporary and Developing
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