Hands up, anyone who's written a Python script that was supposed to run for a long period of time unattended on a Windows box, only to come in the next morning to see this kind of dialog box on their screen 5% of the way through?
For a few months, I really dropped off the blogging wagon. Too much real-world stuff to do. But now that that's calming down a bit, I feel it's about right to get back into it. And boy, is it hard. First, reading. I'm hoping that NetNewsWire, which I'm evaluating, will allow me to deal with the mountain of feeds better than BlogLines. Right now it's saying "5556", which I fear is the number of posts I need to triage.
On Linux, Komodo requires the standard pthreads library to be installed. Some distributions have setup options that will omit this library. This article will briefly describe what threads are, why they're important to Komodo, and how to install libpthread on the system.