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2019 Sep 18
0
CESA-2019:2586 Important CentOS 7 ghostscript Security Update
CentOS Errata and Security Advisory 2019:2586 Important Upstream details at : https://access.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2019:2586 The following updated files have been uploaded and are currently syncing to the mirrors: ( sha256sum Filename ) x86_64: e26407ebb5fcabf2648e2036852c569b4b86d01d926d4227e1aad1547025690a ghostscript-9.25-2.el7_7.2.i686.rpm
2019 Dec 03
0
CESA-2019:3888 Important CentOS 7 ghostscript Security Update
CentOS Errata and Security Advisory 2019:3888 Important Upstream details at : https://access.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2019:3888 The following updated files have been uploaded and are currently syncing to the mirrors: ( sha256sum Filename ) x86_64: 7c6fcd05c85f65ecb5d0bf35a474228907d6338d5a536a4e7672a02fa933c78e ghostscript-9.25-2.el7_7.3.i686.rpm
2012 May 13
1
guestfs_mount_local api test: have to 'mount' before calling it?
Hi I`ve been trying this guestfs_mount_local api for quite a few days, but still can`t get over it. Now it seems to have enter the fuse loop but have some problems with 'mount', and stops at guestfs_mount_local_run(g). Here`s corresponding code in the test program: …… if(guestfs_mount_local(g,"/mnt/libg")==-1) exit(EXIT_FAILURE); else guestfs_mount_local_run(g); ……
2017 Jul 03
2
Failure while upgrading gluster to 3.10.1
Hello Atin, I've gotten around to this and was able to get upgrade done using 3.7.0 before moving to 3.11. For some reason 3.7.9 wasn't working well. On 3.11 though I notice that gluster/nfs is really made optional and nfs-ganesha is being recommended. We have plans to switch to nfs-ganesha on new clusters but would like to have glusterfs-gnfs on existing clusters so a seamless
2006 Nov 14
2
Exploit
////usr/lib/kde3/kfile_ps.so: Exploit.Linux.Gv FOUND ////usr/lib/kde3/gsthumbnail.so: Exploit.Linux.Gv FOUND ////usr/lib/libgs.so.7.07: Exploit.Linux.Gv FOUND ////usr/lib/libkghostviewlib.so.0.0.0: Exploit.Linux.Gv FOUND I start the procmail process and a mail with those lines appears on my
2019 Dec 04
0
CentOS-announce Digest, Vol 178, Issue 1
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2004 Jul 21
0
[LLVMdev] GC questions.
On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Chris Lattner wrote: > > Yes, this makes a tremendous amount of sense. Do you think you could > prepare some patches to make this happen? If you have any questions, feel > free to ask :) Ok, a patch[1] is attached. I didn't care to coerce the offset, since I assume that it is an uint, but maybe I should? Hopefully I've understood the llvm source
2004 Jul 21
2
[LLVMdev] GC questions.
On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Tobias Nurmiranta wrote: > > Hi, I'm thinking out loud, please give me some feedback. > > Regarding llvm.gcread and llvm.gcwrite, wouldn't it be nicer if they are > implemented as: > > llvm.gcread(sbyte** object, uint offset) > llvm.gcwrite(sbyte* data, sbyte** object, uint offset) > > Where you also have the offset into the object. In
2004 Jul 21
0
[LLVMdev] GC questions.
Ok, that makes sense :). , Tobias On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Chris Lattner wrote: > On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Tobias Nurmiranta wrote: > > > void *llvm_gc_read(void *ObjPtr, void **FieldPtr) { > > > return *FieldPtr; > > > } > > > > Hm, but doesn't FieldPtr need to be calculated target-specific in those > > cases? > > For the field pointer, one
2004 Jul 21
2
[LLVMdev] GC questions.
On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Tobias Nurmiranta wrote: > > void *llvm_gc_read(void *ObjPtr, void **FieldPtr) { > > return *FieldPtr; > > } > > Hm, but doesn't FieldPtr need to be calculated target-specific in those > cases? For the field pointer, one could use the getelementptr instruction: %pairty = { sbyte, sbyte, int* } %pairPtr = ... %fieldptr = getelementptr
2004 Jul 22
2
[LLVMdev] GC questions.
Ok, here's the new patch. (Please tell me if I shouldn't mail patches directly on the mailing list.) While I was editing LowerGC.cpp I made a little test (not part of this patch, but the diff with LowerGC.cpp in cvs is attached). I've added a new intrinsic called llvm.gcroot_value(sbyte*, sbyte*), which takes a pointer directly instead and transforms it into an alloca. The idea is the
2007 Nov 13
15
require metaparameter and gems
I tried to install the ''mongrel'' gem tonight via puppet in an attempt to migrate from webrick to mongrel as described on the puppet site[1]. I added the following to my manifest: package { "rubygems": ensure => installed; "mongrel": ensure => installed, provider => gem, require => Package["rubygems"]; }
2012 Jan 20
8
Various fixes from building libguestfs for Debian
Here are some of the patches that I have maintained in the patch queue of my packages that I maintain within the Debian distribution (http://packages.qa.debian.org/libg/libguestfs.html). All of them address FTBFS (fail to build from source) errors that happened with the particular configuration that is used for building the Debian package. Cheers, -Hilko
2020 Jan 22
5
yum update / kernal update failed - remove or repair
I have a VPS running C7. I ran a 'yum update' which included a kernel update. The yum update wasn't a total success because mariadb updates failed. However everything else appeared to work. However, when I rebooted the server it did not restart. I have managed to get the ISP's support desk to boot the server by selecting the previous kernel, and I now have access to my box again.
2020 Jan 23
2
yum update / kernal update failed - remove or repair
On 1/22/20 3:57 PM, Gary Stainburn wrote: > I have managed to find out what happened in the yum update and it turns out it was a mess. It looks like the server ran out of memory in the middle and things then started to fail. Any advice on how to recover from this would be greatly appreciated > > The log below shows: > > [root at vps2 ~]# yum history info 22 > Loaded
2006 Apr 13
2
6.1-RC1 fails to compile... missing header files in /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/groff/src/libs/libgroff?
Hi. I am currently running 6.0 (here is uname -a). FreeBSD pc-racine1.mcmaster.ca 6.0-RELEASE-p2 FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE-p2 #7: Thu Jan 12 09:30:38 EST 2006 root@pc-racine1.mcmaster.ca:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/OPTIPLEX i386 Just tried a fresh cvsup from cvsup9, a standard compile via cvsup -g -L 2 /usr/share/examples/cvsup/current-supfile && cd
2017 Aug 21
1
Glusterd not working with systemd in redhat 7
Hi! Please see bellow. Note that web1.dasilva.network is the address of the local machine where one of the bricks is installed and that ties to mount. [2017-08-20 20:30:40.359236] I [MSGID: 100030] [glusterfsd.c:2476:main] 0-/usr/sbin/glusterd: Started running /usr/sbin/glusterd version 3.11.2 (args: /usr/sbin/glusterd -p /var/run/glusterd.pid)
2020 Jan 22
0
yum update / kernal update failed - remove or repair
I have managed to find out what happened in the yum update and it turns out it was a mess. It looks like the server ran out of memory in the middle and things then started to fail. Any advice on how to recover from this would be greatly appreciated The log below shows: [root at vps2 ~]# yum history info 22 Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks Repository mariadb is listed more than once in
2020 Jan 23
0
yum update / kernal update failed - remove or repair
> On 1/22/20 3:57 PM, Gary Stainburn wrote: >> I have managed to find out what happened in the yum update and it turns >> out it was a mess. It looks like the server ran out of memory in the >> middle and things then started to fail. Any advice on how to recover >> from this would be greatly appreciated >> >> The log below shows: >> >>
2010 May 26
2
R and ATLAS
Rhelpers: I recently installed the 64-bit version of R on my Debian system, and afterwards was asked if it was compiled using ATLAS. Is there a way to test to see if R is using ATLAS? --j