If you still want your application to have an icon, you need to include it in your .rc file. You'll want something like:
1 ICON DISCARDABLE "myicon.ico"
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codan wrote:It was said that the cache manager's lazy writers may take ~8 seconds to flush dirty pages to disk. What measures, if any, are in place to protect unflushed cached data during power outages or hardware failures?
Beer28 wrote:IOn linux on x86 user2kernel calls for IO to devices through the kernel are done by calling a CPU interupt instruction 0x80 with type of kernel sys function in eax, then the params for the kernel function in ebx-edx like you would do a fastcall from VC++, except with an INT instruction, not a call/ret to the start addy of the function,
Does it work the same on NT?
Beer28 wrote:Is it always passed through the registers or can you pass stuff with pointers to memory from user2kernel and back without drawing an access violation(like maybe stack address space)?
Once it passes the context switch to kernel mode the page protection is gone at ring 0 right? It's up to the kernel exported function to make sure you're not giving it a bad user space address(passed in the ebx-edx register) in NT also?
rhm wrote:I'd like to see a video of kernel debugging in action using that windbg that was mentioned. You know, just to see how hairy it really is in there.
Maurits wrote:That's a good - well, interesting - argument for not fixing a standards-incompliant piece of software. It leaves open the question "why didn't they make it standards-compliant in the first place?"
GaryBushey wrote:Very hard to watch this one due to the choppy audio. Even the downloaded version has issues.
phunky_avocado wrote:We recently had someone apply for a senior development position. She asked as a minimum salary of $150K!