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  1. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    that's what i was thinking. i've seen old winders 98 boxes do that kind
    of stuff, but i think OP might be exaggerating a bit.

    in case anyone want's to stop guessing and start researching (this only
    took me about 15 sec which isn't shit compared to the time already spent
    bitching,) here's the whois info from sam spade via magic.

    note: OP is (John Boy)

    hard to say where it came from because it appears to have been posted
    through google

    NNTP-Posting-Host: 68.157.126.202

    that an IP addy from a block owned by Bell South

    [ where have i heard the name nigel smith before? ]


    Registrant:
    Island Logix, Inc. (ISLANDLOGIX-DOM)
    P.O. Box 157
    Waukegan, IL 60079
    US

    Domain Name: ISLANDLOGIX.COM

    Administrative Contact:
    Smith, Nigel (NS6526)
    Island Logix Inc
    PO BOX 157
    WAUKEGAN, IL 60079-0157
    US
    (708) 360-0458
    Technical Contact:
    Esquibel, Bruce (BE8)
    3163 N. Clybourn Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60618
    US
    773-477-6210 fax: 123 123 1234

    Record expires on 01-Mar-2004.
    Record created on 15-Oct-2002.
    Database last updated on 19-Oct-2003 17:09:25 EDT.
     
  2. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    actually, there was a recent post in the CAD NG IIRC, where it was
    mentioned that not all sims run the same in different Spices. IIRC, Mike
    E mentioned that he receives spice decks in his email with examples of
    this.

    FWIW,
    mike
     
  3. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    John Boy engraved with a +2 athame:
    It's not program, but it looks like islandlogics is paying you to do that.
    Report to Google.

    No need to send a company schematic. Send me a ***example*** of a simulation
    from your program.
    No.
     
  4. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Active8 engraved with a +2 athame:
    Report to .


    At my freebsd shell(m-net.arbornet.org) I ran nslookup and got this, if it's
    useful:

    bash-2.05a$ nslookup
    Default Server: dns.wwnet.net
    Address: 209.142.193.2
    Server: dns.wwnet.net
    Address: 209.142.193.2

    Name: adsl-068-157-126-202.sip.mia.bellsouth.net
    Address: 68.157.126.202
     
  5. Ken Smith

    Ken Smith Guest

    At least four of mine just raised their hands.

    Only in the Microsoft era did it become OK to have bugs in a program. How
    many people hear would get on an airplane controlled by MS windows
    programs?

    Those who figure it is safe because it will never get airborn don't
    count.
     
  6. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    Report to .[/QUOTE]

    there's an idea.

    he's not bothering me yet, but he's already in at least one kill
    file/bozo bin.

    i did the lookup to get a clue as to whether he was the software author.
    the domain registrant is Islandlogix, Inc. and the contact is Nigel
    Smith which rings a bell.

    coincidentally, OPs email addy has "smith" in it.
    hmmm... asymetric DSL

    like i said, i think he posted through google

    Organization: http://groups.google.com
    although if i put my company name in my news client, *it* shows up as
    "Organization"

    and i'm thinking his ISP is Bell South

    which is what you got out of your most excellent free shell. i was going
    to say OS but i went to m-net.arbornet.org and figured it out.

    uh, "athame" isn't in webster's. care to elucidate me? sounds like a #2
    pencil.

    brs,
    mike
     
  7. Of course not, you invited a response by posting in ther first place.
    Spam is unsolicited:)
    No. I think PSpice is reasonable, just too expensive. I also think
    Cadence Analog Artist is pretty good. LTSpice is also usable, but a bit
    too cryptic for me, but for personal use, on limited funds, if SS didn't
    exist, it would be a contender. However, EWB/CM/VS etc are all quite
    useless, in my view.
    What system are you using? I admit that it is thirsty resource wise. You
    want at least 256M and > 400Mhz uP. I use it with a 1Ghz with 512M, and
    I don't notice any problems in GUI speed at all. Note that anything
    below XP/NT is crap.
    Nope. As noted above, I don't have this problem on my system, and I
    don't get many complaints on this, if any. When was the last time you
    defragged?

    As noted above, are you running XP/NT, if not. Do so. Anything else, is
    not viable today. Systems below this have a total GUI resource limit of
    64k for all processes running.
    There is obviously something not right in the system set-up.
    It works way better than VS, and is no way identical. It is designed for
    real work. Once you can actually run it ok on a decent set-up system, it
    will be plainly apparent.
    Wow no way, but a windows GUI, by its nature has similar features. I had
    never even heard of VS, when I started SS. I was aware of its crap
    precursor though.
    Rubbish. EWB technically runs fine on most systems. Its crap in actual
    use though.
    Its a bit messy, but not a big issue.
    Simetrix has extensively modified core code, so they are not all the
    same.

    I don't actually charge for my port of the engine itself. You can use
    the demo installed engine standalone, with unrestricted features, with
    text input and output.

    Ah... I have now read the next post by Active8, and it does seem that
    indeed you are a spamer from Island logic, the vendor of VS.
    Interestingly, the first time I tried VS, it failed by using up all GUI
    resources because of all those bloody GUI buttoned toolbars.

    Kevin Aylward

    http://www.anasoft.co.uk
    SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
    Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
    Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
     
  8. John Boy

    John Boy Guest


    Please post your bug free programs. If each of your programs are not
    at least 2MB exe file dynamically linked, then dont bother posting it.
    Anybody can write a bug free "hello world" program.


    Windows OS controlling a plane, yea right, funniest thing I ever
    heard. You should think about doing stand up comedy.
     
  9. John Boy

    John Boy Guest

    Hey, I'm still waiting for people like FRED BLOGGS and CHAOS MASTER to
    post their wonderful software here so that we can see how it's
    "supposed" to be done since they know everything, and so quick to
    curse and beat down.

    Come on guys, post your programs so we can see the state of the art in
    software development and intuitive user interface design. I promise to
    give it a fair shake.
     
  10. John Boy

    John Boy Guest


    "It's not program" ??? what does that mean, is English your second language?


    Why are you still calling it my program? Are you on medication?
     
  11. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    Are you in this country on a visa? If so, that situation can be
    rectified swiftly.:)
     
  12. John Boy

    John Boy Guest

    Jim I have no beef with you. I'm pissed off because all I did was post
    my opinion and I get flamed for it by people who are trying to get
    some fame by blasting other people.

    It's only fair that they put up their own program so we can all see
    the "right" way to do things. Since they believe they have the right
    to blast everything, thye must know the right way.

    But funny I still hav'nt seen them posting anything!

    -Enginer off the boat
     
  13. John Boy

    John Boy Guest


    Very funny!
     
  14. I don't have to be an excellent cook to know when something
    tastes like sh*t ;)
     
  15. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    This Esquibel was the focus of a major joint government probe of a
    $150M credit card fraud network, and operated a BBS for hackers
    exchanging various information pursuant to their furtherance of criminal
    activity, such as attempting to shut down a major metropolitan E911
    network . His computer equipment was seized on probable cause warrant,
    the premises searched, and he was arrested for possession of
    unregistered firearms - all in the 1990 timeframe-providing the web
    information is credible. But this is just RIPCO and not necessarily
    IslandLogix which has since moved its base of operations to Florida.
    Listening to JohnBoy, aka Nigel Smith, it is clear they are low life
    scum also.
     
  16. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    This Esquibel was the focus of a major joint government probe of a
    $150M credit card fraud network, and operated a BBS for hackers
    exchanging various information pursuant to their furtherance of criminal
    activity, such as attempting to shut down a major metropolitan E911
    network . His computer equipment was seized on probable cause warrant,
    the premises searched, and he was arrested for possession of
    unregistered firearms - all in the 1990 timeframe-providing the web
    information is credible. But this is just RIPCO and not necessarily
    IslandLogix which has since moved its base of operations to Florida.
    Listening to JohnBoy, aka Nigel Smith, it is clear they are low life
    scum also.
    [/QUOTE]
    yeah. i get almost as many hits on old brucey as i do on the
    psuedoscientist i used to work for. i see "Phrack" turns up in one of
    them so that just smacks of CRACKING DUDE. HACKERS ARE NOT NECCESSARILY
    CRACKERS.

    have to yell that 'cause evindently even tech types haven't figured out
    the difference. if you gotta say "hacking" in this context, at least say
    "criminal hacking.

    so you think john boy is nigel smith, eh? i can't remember where nigel
    smith popped up. i thought it was from a post, but google didn't return
    his name for this group. there's some other guys out there with the same
    name.

    brs,
    mike
     
  17. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    Of course not, you invited a response by posting in ther first place.
    Spam is unsolicited:)
    Indeed.[/QUOTE]

    with one exception. i haven't seen kevin *bash* other products, which
    would be *bad* marketing.
    you ain't shittin'
    yup. no probs with GUI speed *here*.
    frags ain't the prob. if he's low on RAM, the OS will swap out all the
    shit it can to make room for the resource to load. frags *can* effect
    other performance probs, however, like maybe trying to find a f'in place
    to swap to.
    fact. winders 9x despite all the bs has built in limits.
    LOL. what was the precursor?
    yeah. and you don't even have to pay for that! so write a *real* GUI,
    john boy.
    you can't bullshit Active8 :) too bad you wasted time on this, like me.
    JT ctrl-k'd his ass over 24hrs ago. we should be so wise. check what
    fred bloggs turned up in his response to me. about the Esquibel guy
    who's the tech contact for the island illogic domain. if all that's
    true, the moral is that crackers are nothing but puss-ass script kiddies
    who couldn't code a proper "hello dickhead" program. hackers, OTOH,
    ain't bad.

    OTOH, i don't know their background, but l0pht Heavy Industries (IIRC,
    now under a different [domain name, at least] name) have come a long
    way. I'm considering going to jail to boost my biz ;-) not.

    BTW, kevin. i just came back from the local half-arsed pub and realizing
    that i didn't hoist an ale for a fellow cock-knocker (read prick, or "no
    bullshitter", whatever,) i'm hoisting one for ya now. next time i'll
    'ave 'er throw in a guinness ;-) and have a shot for JT.

    time for some church music. i think i'll start with Judas Priest.

    see ya,
    mike
     
  18. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    On 20 Oct 2003 06:56:34 -0700, John Boy said,
    hey cockbreath. you picked a bad time to show up again in my news
    client. you're blabbing back to someone who's no doubt bozo bin'd your
    ass.

    bammelman's reply to you is accurate.

    AFAIK you haven't contributed shit to this group and have caused a waste
    of bandwidth. i'm guilty for adding to that waste as i type. if you were
    a contributor, or a lurker or a poster with a question, it would be a
    different matter. but you came along and spammed us with a bs line
    AFAIK. i caught your ass AFAIC. go away, get back on the boat. engineer
    my ass.
     
  19. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    not me. i saw a big CNC router run off the rail under control of a
    winders based... i can't call it a program.

    -mike
     
  20. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    On 20 Oct 2003 10:21:26 -0700, John Boy said,
    you'd be surprised
     
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