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  • v. Present participle of unmap.

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Examples

  • Over the course of the last couple of months Yahoo has quietly announced to its advertisers that it will begin "unmapping" keywords.

    Great Finds

  • This was fixed without too much trouble once I'd finished picking through the driver to work out every location where objects might be mapped into the CPU's address space, at which point it's a simple matter of unmapping them and blocking the fault handler from remapping them until the reclock is finished.

    Planet Debian

  • Anton Vorontsov (4): phylib: Fix deadlock on resume phylib: Properly reinitialize PHYs after hibernation ucc_geth: Fix netdev watchdog triggering on suspend fsl_pq_mdio: Fix iomem unmapping for non-eTSEC2. 0 controllers

    Linux.com :: Features

  • Proboscis artist group's mapping - or is that unmapping?

    Space and Culture

  • You can greatly, greatly limit the damage any virus can cause through wine by unmapping it's Z drive from the wine configuration menu.

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  • Sadly, the Yahoo! unmapping is not widespread, they announced that only just less than 800 terms fall into that category for now, and a few more will trickle in each week.

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  • "It seems the trick is to use a pulse to glitch the hypervisor while it's unmapping memory, leaving a favorable page table entry" I consider myself somewhat a nerd (hence being here on

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