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2011 Apr 19
1
Running IMVU through Wine
...terminal, I get the following: Code: env WINEPREFIX="/home/anonymoose/.wine" wine C:\\users\\anonymoose\\Application\ Data\\IMVUClient\\IMVUQualityAgent.exe doing a client run env var IMVU_QA_PROGRAM is not set client command line: '' CompareChecksum module path: matching 1VivoxVoice.exe 142237650 matching audiere.dll 1048031036 matching boost_python.dll 1623950220 matching bz2.pyd 801371632 matching cal3d.dll 1275788176 matching CallStack.dll 944091959 matching Crypto.Cipher.Blowfish.pyd 1169572990 matching dbghelp.dll 891392089 matching devicefi...
2006 Jan 09
3
Include with two references of one model of the same table
...yet, but I think it might be incorrect behavior. When doing a @inst.find(:all, :include => ["hometeam", "awayteam"] ...) hometeam and awayteam are two references from a belongs_to that is of the same model and of the same table. I will get a pgerror stating that "matches", which is the table that these fk''s loop back to is being ambiguously referenced. The SQL spit out showed only one select on "matches" where I think should be two selects on two aliases of "matches". Heres some code below to better understand what I'...
2010 Nov 09
1
Is this a DDoS to reach Asterisk?
...one it was like opening a can full of bees with all different IPs): tcpdump: WARNING: pflog0: no IPv4 address assigned tcpdump: verbose output suppressed, use -v or -vv for full protocol decode listening on pflog0, link-type PFLOG (OpenBSD pflog file), capture size 96 bytes 000000 rule 70/0(match): block in on vr1: 221.132.34.165.33556 > 69.90.78.53.52229: tcp 20 [bad hdr length 0 - too short, < 20] 6. 239658 rule 70/0(match): block in on vr1: 121.207.254.227.6667 > 69.90.78.38.3072: tcp 24 [bad hdr length 0 - too short, < 20] 7. 986724 rule 70/0(match): block in on vr...
2010 Jul 29
1
Re: Lands of Lore 3 is crashing in direct3D mode
...fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x33f648,0x00000000), stub! fixme:d3d_surface:IWineD3DBaseSurfaceImpl_Blt Can't handle WINEDDBLT_ASYNC flag right now. err:x11settings:X11DRV_ChangeDisplaySettingsEx No matching mode found 320x200x16 @56! (XRandR) err:x11settings:X11DRV_ChangeDisplaySettingsEx No matching mode found 320x200x16 @82! (XRandR) err:x11settings:X11DRV_Ch...
2006 Jan 11
5
Noob - Associated Tables Find Query
I''m trying to write a football prediction game. I have a Matches table and a Predictions table. Each Match :has_many Predictions, and each Prediction :belongs_to a Match Each Match has (amongst other things) a Match.match_date field. Each Prediction has (amongst other things) a User_id field I''m trying to get a list of all Predictions a particular...
2007 Jul 28
1
Support removed for newer Belkin 1200 VA UPS?
...whidups -u nut -DDDDDD auto Network UPS Tools: 0.28 USB communication driver 0.28 - core 0.30 (2.0.5) debug level is '6' Checking device (0000/0000) (001/001) - VendorID: 0000 - ProductID: 0000 - Manufacturer: unknown - Product: unknown - Serial Number: unknown - Bus: 001 Trying to match device Device does not match - skipping Checking device (0000/0000) (005/001) - VendorID: 0000 - ProductID: 0000 - Manufacturer: unknown - Product: unknown - Serial Number: unknown - Bus: 005 Trying to match device Device does not match - skipping Checking device (0000/0000) (004/00...
2005 Dec 16
2
tc filter match u8 problem??
Hi All Can someone tell me what am I doing wrong? These was suposed to catch icmp type 8. Why ''match u8'' does not work? # tc filter add dev eth0 protocol ip parent 1: prio 2 \ u32 \ match u16 0x0800 0xffff at -2 \ match u8 8 0xff at 20 \ flowid 1:5 Illegal "match" # # tc filter add dev eth0 protocol ip parent 1: prio 2 \ u32 \ match u16 0x0800...
2005 Dec 10
10
Marking packets by mac addr using tc filter u32 match?
Hi Is there a way of marking packets by mac address instead of ip or ports using a "tc filter u32 match"? I read somewhere that I could use the offset -8 and -14 to grab the mac addresses but if I use anything lower than -8, for example -9, I get an error. I''m modifying the wondershaper script to cap the download speed by mac address. Any sugestions? _______________________________...
2016 Oct 13
4
Match one OR two digit extension not working as expected without using "dangerous" _. pattern (Ast 14)
Back to basics here. I want to match on one OR two digits. The following two both work, but ONLY for more than one digit, which is not as expected from the docs (see below). exten => _X.,1,SayNumber(${EXTEN}) exten => _[0-9].,1,SayNumber(${EXTEN}) This next one will ONLY match 2 digits, as expected, but the first two SHOULD...
2018 May 24
5
[RFC] Formalizing FileCheck Features
...al model. And then someone to make it work that way (hi Joel!). Basic Conceptual Model ---------------------- FileCheck should operate on the basis of these three fundamental concepts. (1) Search range. This is some substring of the input text where one or more directives will do their pattern-matching magic. (2) Match range. This is a substring of a search range where a directive (or in one case, a group of directives) has matched a pattern. (3) Directive groups. These are sequences of adjacent directives that operate in a related way on a search range. Directives within a group are proc...
2014 Nov 03
2
[LLVMdev] Virtual register def doesn't dominate all uses
...is the problem. This is the add node (sum + v3) from the dot file (-view-isel-dags): Node0x7fef2a033610 [shape=record,shape=Mrecord,label="{{<s0>0|<s1>1}|add [ORD=21] [ID=29]|0x7fef2a033610|{<d0>i32}}"]; The debug output (-debug-only=isel) is: ISEL: Starting pattern match on root node: 0x7fef2a033610: i32 = add 0x7fef2a033410, 0x7fef2a032f10 [ORD=21] [ID=29] Skipped scope entry (due to false predicate) at index 3, continuing at 2566 Match failed at index 2575 Continuing at 2628 Match failed at index 2639 Continuing at 2659 Match failed at index 2663 C...
2007 Apr 11
4
Policing based on port numbers
Hi, I''m trying to police ingress traffic based on port numbers and IP addresses. The u32 match based on IP addresses seems to work without issues and I''m am able to police incoming packets. However, the same isn''t working with u32 matches based on TCP port numbers. For port numbers, I added exactly one ''u32 match'' rule: common for both: # tc qdisc add dev...
2007 Feb 26
4
window matching interface and the new match option
There's now an extensible window matching interface in head. Initial commit message: Add extensible match interface. Match objects can be used for window matching but other objects than windows will likely be supported sometime soon. A match object contains a boolean tree of expressions and each expression can be imple...
2006 Jan 23
15
Looking for DB/Model Design Suggestions
Hi, I''m working on an app - my first Rails - and am looking for some suggestions on the best way (or good way) to set up my models / DB. In general there are teams and matches; a team will participate in multiple matches, and in each match there will be 6 teams - 3 vs. 3. I''m going to want to be able, for a particular team, pull up all matches for that team, to display a scoring summary, etc. I was thinking of two tables Team and Match. The team table woul...
2005 Feb 21
12
NAT
Hello, I installed my linux server for 3 months now. It does almost everything (dns, web & mail server, firewall ...). I just encounterd two problems with the firewall: behind this server there are 2 computers: i got emule on one and msn on the other. The problem is that I can''t configure well the firewall fore these 2 rules. I''ve added DNAT rules but it
2018 May 24
0
[RFC] Formalizing FileCheck Features
...cification incrementally. > Basic Conceptual Model > ---------------------- > > FileCheck should operate on the basis of these three fundamental > concepts. > > (1) Search range. This is some substring of the input text where one > or more directives will do their pattern-matching magic. > > (2) Match range. This is a substring of a search range where a > directive (or in one case, a group of directives) has matched a > pattern. > > (3) Directive groups. These are sequences of adjacent directives that > operate in a related way on a search range. D...
2007 Apr 04
4
Some advanced filtering questions
Hi All, I need to do some tricky filtering stuff. Can anyone tell me if any of the following are possible? * match on a combination of firewall mark AND u32 criteria. ie. handle 6 fw AND u32 match ip src 1.2.3.4/32 - to match packets from 1.2.3.4 which have been marked elsewhere OR * to OR the values of u32 matches. Something like u32 match ip src 1.2.3.4/32 OR match ip dst 1.2.3.4/32 - to match p...
2002 Jun 18
7
Better filtering to a class
...k ceil 64kbit tc qdisc add dev eth0 parent 1:1231 handle 1231: sfq perturb 5 quantum 1514 tc qdisc add dev eth0 parent 1:1232 handle 1232: sfq perturb 5 quantum 1514 tc qdisc add dev eth0 parent 1:1233 handle 1233: sfq perturb 5 quantum 1514 tc filter add dev eth0 protocol ip parent 1:0 prio 4 u32 match ip dst 203.112.65.54 match ip sport 6660 0xffff flowid 1:1232 tc filter add dev eth0 protocol ip parent 1:0 prio 4 u32 match ip dst 203.112.65.54 match ip sport 6661 0xffff flowid 1:1232 tc filter add dev eth0 protocol ip parent 1:0 prio 4 u32 match ip dst 203.112.65.54 match ip sport 6662 0xfff...
2010 Jun 01
1
regexpr help (match.length=0)
R-help, Sorry if this is more of a regex question than an R question. However, help would be appreciated on my use of the regexpr function. In the first example below, I ask for all characters (a-z) in 'abc123'; regexpr returns a 3-character match beginning at the first character. > regexpr("[[:alpha:]]*", "abc123") [1] 1 attr(,"match.length") [1] 3 However, when the text is flipped regexpr, and I ask for a match of all characters in '123abc', regexpr returns a zero-character match beginning at the...
2020 Jun 15
2
FileCheck: using numeric variable defined on same line with caveats
Before addressing the CHECK-NOT case, I’m still unclear about the DAG case. What should the first DAG line match? The regex matching would first attempt to match “10 12” but the expression evaluation would fail; so the DAG candidate wouldn’t match; does this mean the DAG matching does not continue searching, and the test fails? Or would we restart the search…. where? With “0 12” (skipping only one characte...