Today I’ve chosen to blog about Oracle database licensing policy for two reasons. Hey Joel, Glad you liked the project and got something out of it. Yes the code wont’ work as it stands as the driver bits are only written for 2 displays. When i set the clock with sample code, pong works perfectly, if i disconnect power and battery, pong shows 00:00 forever, setting the time does not work.
Matock, i find the FR version of the clock awesome….But i wanna use the arduino mega instead of the uno to have more memory to add some more clock modes. I am looking at Oracle Standard edition license and understood this was per processor (and ignored how many cores (so need either 1 or 2 licenses depending on how many CPUs I go with).
Make sure the displays are set to CS1 and CS2 with the switches. I have a server with 2 physical Xeon X5550 Quad Core Processors and a maximum of 200 users. But sometimes one of the displays goes out or flashes. I switched the displays and arduino stand-alone board to one supply and it works great.
Is it that Licensing comes as a component along with Oracle Database EE. Licensing is based on the servers specifications and total users accessing it and not how many instances are on each server. At the same time, designs often borrow and adapt mechanisms pioneered by others in other games.
A German board game called Manitoba is drawing a lot of criticism for the way it portrays the culture of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Enterprise Edition: The Oracle Database Enterprise Edition (EE) offers industry-leading database solution without any restriction.