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2015 Sep 02
3
sieve filtering utf 8 strings
...ply at bgoperator.com") { fileinto "??????????"; } I don't have errors compiling the script or executing it via LMTP, but it doesn't work. Normally user receives messages from robot with subject encoded as quoted-printable Subject: =?UTF-8?Q?LDS_(robot):_=D0=9B=D0=B8=D1=81=D1=82?= =?UTF-8?Q?_=D0=B1=D1=80=D0=BE=D0=BD=D0=B8=D1=80=D0=BE=D0=B2=D0=B0=D0=BD?= =?UTF-8?Q?=D0=B8=D1=8F__=D0=BE=D1=82=D0=BF=D1=80=D0=B0=D0=B2=D0=BB=D0=B5?= When I send a test message via Thunderbird with required words - sieve works fine and subject is encoded in base64 Subject: =?UTF-8...
2005 May 08
2
Samba / AD / Winbind issues
...ng Samba V3.0.6-2.3E following the instructions in the HOW-TO- By example. Here is what I have at the moment .. I had no problems adding the RH server to the Domain and I have Winbind set up in the nsswitch.conf file for passwd, group and hosts I can do a "wbinfo -u" and it returns D1+Administrator D1+Guest D1+SUPPORT_388945a0 D1+IUSR_MEDIA-1 D1+IWAM_MEDIA-1 D1+WMUS_MEDIA-1 D1+MEDIA-1$ D1+krbtgt D1+tuser2 D1+kmb D1+HOST/gs005 D1+HOST/gs015 wbinfo -g returns BUILTIN+System Operators BUILTIN+Replicators BUILTIN+Guests BUILTIN+Power Users BUILTIN+Print Operators BUILTIN+Administr...
2012 Feb 05
8
Would difference in size (and content) of a file on replicated bricks be healed?
...ndle? I would be very happy to receive an opinion on this. All the details are put at the bottom Regards, Ove Details and logs ---------------- My environment * single machine with OpenSuse 12.1 * gluster 3.3beta2 * xfs is used for the brick-fs (each one to a separate disk) Volume Name: d1 Type: Replicate Status: Started Number of Bricks: 4 Transport-type: tcp Bricks: Brick1: glusterdev:/b1 Brick2: glusterdev:/b2 Brick3: glusterdev:/b3 Brick4: glusterdev:/b4 Options Reconfigured: diagnostics.brick-log-level: DEBUG diagnostics.client-log-level: DEBUG * My glustervolume is mountet as...
2015 Sep 03
0
sieve filtering utf 8 strings
...fileinto "??????????"; > } > > I don't have errors compiling the script or executing it via LMTP, but > it doesn't work. > Normally user receives messages from robot with subject encoded as > quoted-printable > > Subject: =?UTF-8?Q?LDS_(robot):_=D0=9B=D0=B8=D1=81=D1=82?= > =?UTF-8?Q?_=D0=B1=D1=80=D0=BE=D0=BD=D0=B8=D1=80=D0=BE=D0=B2=D0=B0=D0=BD?= > > =?UTF-8?Q?=D0=B8=D1=8F__=D0=BE=D1=82=D0=BF=D1=80=D0=B0=D0=B2=D0=BB=D0=B5?= > > > > When I send a test message via Thunderbird with required words - sieve > works fine and subject is...
2006 Mar 15
0
Samba + Cups -> PPD Options problem - 1 attachment
...9#H@(C$V,#`P,#`P(@T**D9#86-H95-I>F4@5DU/<'1I;VX@.B`Q-C`P M,#`P,`T**DQA;F=U86=E3&5V96PZ("(S(@T**E1H<F]U9VAP=70Z("(U,"(- M"BI45%)A<W1E<FEZ97(Z(%1Y<&4T,@T**C]45%)A<W1E<FEZ97(Z("(H5'EP M930R*2`](@T**D-O;&]R1&5V:6-E.B`@5')U90T**D1E9F%U;'1#;VQO<E-P M86-E.B`@0TU92PT**E9A<FEA8FQE4&%P97)3:7IE.B!4<G5E#0HJ1FEL95-Y M<W1E;3H@5')U90T**E!R;W1O8V]L<SH@0D-0#0HJ1&5F875L=%)E<V]L=71I M;VXZ(#8P,&1P:0T*#0HJ)3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T] M/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3T]/3U0<FEN="!3971T:6YG(&]P=...
2009 Oct 10
2
Matching Dates Closest without going over
Hi, I have 2 date vectors d1 and d2. d1 <- structure(c(14526, 14495, 14464, 14433, 14402, 14371, 14340, 14309, 14278, 14247, 14216, 14185), class = "Date") d2 <- structure(c(14526, 14509, 14488, 14466, 14453, 14441, 14396, 14388, 14343, 14333, 14310, 14281), class = "Date") I would like to create a...
2015 Oct 27
3
pregunta
Estimados Cuando existia epicalc, había una manera muy fácil de determinar la media de una variable (en esta caso Gain) por grupos, en este caso (Diet). ?Como se puede hacer ahora? Diet Gain 1 d1 270 2 d1 300 3 d1 280 4 d1 280 5 d1 270 6 d2 290 7 d2 250 8 d2 280 9 d2 290 10 d2 280 11 d3 290 12 d3 340 13 d3 330 14 d3 300 15 d3 300 Saludos José [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2017 Jun 23
4
R version 3.3.2, Windows 10: Applying a function to each possible pair of rows from two different data-frames
...umber of rows. I need to apply a set of functions to each possible combination of rows with one row coming from 1st dataframe and other from 2nd dataframe. Though I am able to perform this task using for loops, I feel that there must be a more efficient way to do it. An example case is given below. D1 and D2 are two dataframes. I need to evaluate D3 with one column as the Euclidean distance in the x-y plane and second column as squared difference of z values, of each row pair from D1 and D2. D1<-data.frame(x=1:5,y=6:10,z=rnorm(5)) D2<-data.frame(x=19:30,y=41:52,z=rnorm(12)) D3<-data.fr...
2017 Jun 23
1
R version 3.3.2, Windows 10: Applying a function to each possible pair of rows from two different data-frames
Hello, Another way would be n <- nrow(expand.grid(1:nrow(D1), 1:nrow(D2))) D5 <- data.frame(distance=integer(n),difference=integer(n)) D5[] <- do.call(rbind, lapply(seq_len(nrow(D1)), function(i) t(sapply(seq_len(nrow(D2)), function(j){ c(distance=sqrt(sum((D1[i,1:2]-D2[j,1:2])^2)),difference=(D1[i,3]-D2[j,3])^2) } )))) identical(D3, D5) In m...
2009 Jan 15
2
--compare-dest; I'm missing the boat
I must be seriously misunderstanding the man page coverage of --compre-dest. My take was that if a file in compare-dest=dir matches a file in SOURCE/ then it won't be transferred to DEST/. I tried this test. (d1 has single files and 2 subdir with files) cp -a d1 d1a mkdir d2 rsync -avv --compare-dest="./d1a" d1/ d2/ d1a is carbon copy of d1 but still every last file in d1 is copied to d2. >From man rsync at the explanation of compare-dest: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .If a...
2017 Oct 10
5
Tripplite Smart Int 1000 - wrong numbers
...s, maybe we are getting closer :-) > The tripplite_serial_protocol branch has some debug statements that will show up if you run "sudo drivers/tripplite -D -a name-of-ups" from the nut directory. Network UPS Tools - Tripp-Lite SmartUPS driver 0.91 (2.7.4-432-gafd90f5a) ?? 0.000000??? [D1] debug level is '1' ?? 0.177766??? [D1] W value = 0x86 ?? 0.177782??? [D1] L value = 0x45 ?? 0.177786??? [D1] V value = 0x01 ?? 0.177790??? [D1] X value = 0x0000 Detected Tripp Lite Smart 1000 on /dev/ttyS0
2015 Oct 27
2
pregunta
Otras variantes con y sin paquetes adicionales... > sapply(split(datIn$Gain, as.factor(datIn$Diet)), mean) d1 d2 d3 280 278 312 > by(datIn$Gain, datIn$Diet, mean) datIn$Diet: d1 [1] 280 -------------------------------------------------------------- datIn$Diet: d2 [1] 278 -------------------------------------------------------------- datIn$Diet: d3 [1] 312 > > library(dplyr) > summarise(group_...
2017 Jun 23
0
R version 3.3.2, Windows 10: Applying a function to each possible pair of rows from two different data-frames
Hello, The obvious way would be to preallocate the resulting data.frame, to expand an empty one on each iteration being a time expensive operation. n <- nrow(expand.grid(1:nrow(D1), 1:nrow(D2))) D4 <- data.frame(distance=integer(n),difference=integer(n)) k <- 0 for (i in 1:nrow(D1)){ for (j in 1:nrow(D2)) { k <- k + 1 D4[k, ] <- c(distance=sqrt(sum((D1[i,1:2]-D2[j,1:2])^2)),difference=(D1[i,3]-D2[j,3])^2) } } identical(D3, D4) Hope this helps, Rui Barr...
2017 Oct 30
2
Problems in communication with Mustek PowerMust 1060 LCD
...y new compiled nut version from sources. Thanks, Catalin. -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/nut-upsuser/attachments/20171030/1b11bc12/attachment.html> -------------- next part -------------- 0.000000 [D1] debug level is '3' 0.004712 [D2] Checking device (1D6B/0002) (002/001) 0.004746 [D2] - VendorID: 1d6b 0.004756 [D2] - ProductID: 0002 0.004764 [D2] - Manufacturer: Linux 2.6.32-696.13.2.el6.x86_64 ehci_hcd 0.004773 [D2] - Product: EHCI Host Controller 0.004781 [D2] - Seri...
2007 Jul 02
3
Walking an HVM''s shadow page tables and other memory management questions.
...*)&v->arch.shadow.gl3e[guest_l3_table_offset(va)]; #endif /* PAE or 64... */ Which accesses the L3 entries fro the shadow page tables. When I instrument this code, I get l3e to be 0 as shown below (the line #s won''t match because of the instrumentation). (XEN) multi.c:236:d1 guest_walk_tables: va: 0x81699000. (XEN) multi.c:257:d1 guest_walk_tables: get l3e from cache: 0xff1a6ed0. (XEN) multi.c:263:d1 guest_walk_tables: l3e not present: 0x0. (XEN) multi.c:574:d1 sh_guest_map_l1e: va:81699000 If I add the /PAE switch to the boot.ini file, then I can get past this...
2018 Jul 10
9
[PATCH 0/7] PowerPC64 performance improvements
The following series adds initial vector support for PowerPC64. On POWER9, flac --best is about 3.3x faster. Amitay Isaacs (2): Add m4 macro to check for C __attribute__ features Check if compiler supports target attribute on ppc64 Anton Blanchard (5): configure.ac: Remove SPE detection code configure.ac: Add VSX enable/disable configure.ac: Fix FLAC__CPU_PPC on little endian, and add
2015 Oct 28
2
pregunta
...13:45 +0100 > From: cof en qualityexcellence.es > To: jbetancourt en iscmc.cmw.sld.cu > CC: r-help-es en r-project.org > Subject: Re: [R-es] pregunta > > Otras variantes con y sin paquetes adicionales... > > > sapply(split(datIn$Gain, as.factor(datIn$Diet)), mean) > d1 d2 d3 > 280 278 312 > > by(datIn$Gain, datIn$Diet, mean) > datIn$Diet: d1 > [1] 280 > -------------------------------------------------------------- > datIn$Diet: d2 > [1] 278 > -------------------------------------------------------------- > datIn$Diet: d3 > [1]...
2018 Apr 22
3
How to dynamically add variables to a dataframe
Hi, I am a bit rusty with R programming and do not seem to find a solution to add a number of variables to my existing dataframe. Basically I need to add n=dim(d1)[1] variables to my d0 dataframe and I would like them to be named V1, V2, V3, ... , V[dim(d1)[1]) When running the following code: for (t in 1:dim(d1)[1]){ d0$V[t] <- 0 } all I get is a V variable populated with zeros... I am sure there is a fairly straightforward code to accomplish what...
2009 Jan 23
3
Bug regarding ActiveRecord and TimeWithZone
...ehavior regarding ActiveRecord and TimeWithZone I''ve seen the error when using SQL Server, I have not yet tried with any other database. Here''s output from the console - "User" is a simple model made with a migration. ----------------------------------------- >> d1 = User.find(:first).created_at => Thu, 21 Jun 2001 19:11:57 CEST +02:00 >> d2 = Time.zone.now => Fri, 23 Jan 2009 12:02:00 CET +01:00 >> d1.class => ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone >> d2.class => ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone >> d2 - d1 => Thu Aug 04 17:50:03 UTC 19...
2008 Oct 23
0
If I known d1 (density1), and dmix is a mix between d1 and d2 (d2 is unknown), can one infer d2?
...title speaks by itself. I believe that there should be a solution when I see what Mclust is able to do. However, this problem is quite particular in that d3 is not known and does not necessarily correspond to a common distribution (e.g. normal, exponential ...). However it must look like dmix and d1 to some extent. To illustrate my problem I worked out a simple example: Imagine that there are two classes of people: (i) fast walkers: they achieve a unit distance in a given distribution of unit time (d1). (ii) slow walkers: they achieve a unit distance in another distribution of longer times...