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2008 Dec 05
6
xtables-addons+iptables-1.4.1+
...also ... Please advise Kind regards, Harry Lachanas. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SF.Net email is Sponsored by MIX09, March 18-20, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The future of the web can''t happen without you. Join us at MIX09 to help pave the way to the Next Web now. Learn more and register at http://ad.doubleclick.net/clk;208669438;13503038;i?http://2009.visitmix.com/
2006 May 31
3
OT - yum missing from a RHEL4 server???
Hi List; Sorry for the OT post. However I suspect if anyone outside of RH can help with this question it would be this list. I'm starting a new contract with a shop that knows little about Linux and I'm helping pave the way. I've "inherited" an existing Linux install (RHEL4). I want to setup some tools but I find that yum is not installed. Is this normal for a RH box ? I thought that the RH up2date tool used yum under the covers. Anyhow, is there an easy way to get yum installed on this box ? I...
2013 Jan 25
9
Object#tap_if and Object#tap_unless
I originally brought this up in: https://github.com/rails/rails/issues/9067 Rails paved the way for Object#tap and Object#try...I''d like to propose Object#tap_if and its counterpart,Object#tap_unless. I''ve been following 37signals conventions of tapping variables in the views: <% account.owner.tap do |user| %> ... <% end %> But, I find myself havin...
2006 Nov 27
4
Any long-time CentOS users on list using Ubuntu as well?
...ilable" now to clean up the mess. CentOS has made me somewhat lazy because everything just works out of the box for the most part and you've got the occasional "yum update". :) These are all desktop systems, if that makes any difference. With any luck, I'll be able to pave over the installs with CentOS 4.4 and call it a day. :D Any suggestions on known piles of doodie to step over would be very much appreciated. <g> Best regards,
2015 Mar 04
2
[Xen-devel] kasan_map_early_shadow() on Xen
...before any kasan instrumented >> function will run. >> This is like with -fstack-protector (you need to setup gdt before calling any stack protected function). > > If it is like that - then just using what had to be implemented > for the stack protection as a template ought to pave most of the > work? > Probably. I think I could make this work. However, I won't be able to work on this until the end of the next week.
2015 Mar 04
2
[Xen-devel] kasan_map_early_shadow() on Xen
...before any kasan instrumented >> function will run. >> This is like with -fstack-protector (you need to setup gdt before calling any stack protected function). > > If it is like that - then just using what had to be implemented > for the stack protection as a template ought to pave most of the > work? > Probably. I think I could make this work. However, I won't be able to work on this until the end of the next week.
2009 Apr 30
2
Asterisk and 4G
Hello, I've started to do some research into the new 4G wireless standard, and there's one part of the standard that intrigues me. Apparently all data is packet based, including the phone calls. Every phone will have its own IPv6 address. This seems to pave the way for a call to go directly from a cell phone to a soft PBX like Asterisk. Is this possible under the 4G spec? If so, what protocol will these 4G phones use for signaling and media? It would be a dream come true for a cell phone call to go straight to Asterisk and not touch the P...
2013 Sep 13
3
[LLVMdev] Removing legacy profiling code from LLVM
...) portion are of use to us. Isn't Bob Wilson also using, or at least interested in, some of the metadata based profiling too? While we're talking about it, there are associated portions under runtime/libprofile that we're using too. >...I would like to garbage collect and help pave the way for new stuff. Have I missed a proposal somewhere? I'd be interested to hear about what you've got in mind. --Mike
2007 Dec 07
2
Sendmail: timeout waiting for input from local during Draining Input
Hi folks, I've recently replaced a RedHat EL 3.x system with a CentOS 5 system (fully yum'd as of Tuesday). This was a full-pave install, although we did copy the sendmail.mc from the original system. Now I get a lot of this in my logs: Dec 7 11:47:38 mail sendmail[20117]: lB7Gl6w0020116: timeout waiting for input from local during Draining Input The only thing even remotely credible is a Sendmail Known Bugs page which...
2019 Dec 01
1
External HD partitioning & formatting considerations
...John Pierce a ?crit?: > I strongly dislike moving removable disks between computers, > especially with differing operating systems. > > I would instead recommend getting/building a NAS aka file server and using > the network to share files, or make backups, or whatever. Hell is paved with good intentions (french saying). We already have OwnCloud running perfectly here. Except the machines are on different networks, and we don't want to upload a few terabytes of archives over a crappy internet connection. :o) Cheers, Niki -- Microlinux - Solutions informatiques durabl...
2007 Nov 21
1
win32ole event handling
...what makes FXRuby so valuable to me). I''m using win32ole to interface to a custom ocx. Calling methods of the ocx works fine. Now I need to receive event info from the ocx and update my application window. I''m lost on how to get this started. Are there any examples that might pave the way? Pick axe has win32ole event receiving paragraph, but it sure doesn''t look compatible with app.run. Thanks, Barry -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/fxruby-users/attachments/200711...
2018 May 07
2
I am leaving llvm
...ow in my two cents here. I agree 100% that the Foundation is full of people with good intentions. I have been on a board like that, and it is extremely seductive; the downside is, having such good intentions you see no value in establishing good practices and processes. There is a proverbial road paved with all good intentions. [This is where Chris will step in and say this isn't the right forum for discussing how the Foundation is set up or behaves, and he is right. So I will stop here.] OOTC: I deeply respect Rafael for his technical contributions, both in open-source and as a fellow emp...
2009 Mar 31
3
MSN Messenger in Wine?
It's marked "garbage" in the appdb, because the installer doesn't run without quite a bit of tweaking. But anyway ... I want to get MSN working in Wine. It's for my girlfriend's daughter, whose XP box just got trashed by a virus/rootkit (spread via MSN, of course). So we've saved her stuff and we're nuking and paving the box. I would like to use Ubuntu
2009 Aug 03
1
New Digium TE207P for sale
New never used bought by mistake ( 5V pci slot ) and stored... pls make offer, thanks and regards, Jean-louis Curty The TE207P is a bundling of our leading TE205P product and our new VPMOCT064 Octasic DSP-based echo cancellation module. The TE207P is Digium's and the industry's first two-port digital card featuring hardware-based echo cancellation. The new module enables users to
2007 Apr 03
2
Scraping and saving.
Hi, I''m working to scrape and save some ebooks. Mechanize has been wonderful so far. The link I''m having trouble with is this one. http://www.webscription.net/SendZip.aspx?SKU=0671578499&ProductID=379&format=H When I click that in the browser it saves it to a file named H_1632.zip. How do I get that name from the page. I suspect to save this to a file I
2020 Aug 29
2
TableGen enhancements
...essages over the past couple of weeks and I don't recall being confused about any error or its location. I will give this a closer look. I agree that syntactic enhancements aren't particularly exciting by themselves. I was wondering whether some new features coupled with new backends would pave the way for additional uses for TableGen in the area of code generation (or any other areas, for that matter). At 8/29/2020 06:50 PM, Chris Lattner wrote: >Instead of syntactic enhancements, I think it would be great to invest in the internal infrastructure in the implementation of Tabl...
2015 Mar 03
2
[Xen-devel] kasan_map_early_shadow() on Xen
On 03/03/2015 05:16 PM, Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk wrote: > On Tue, Mar 03, 2015 at 04:15:06PM +0300, Andrey Ryabinin wrote: >> On 03/03/2015 12:40 PM, Luis R. Rodriguez wrote: >>> Andrey, >>> >>> I believe that on Xen we should disable kasan, would like confirmation >> >> I guess Xen guests won't work with kasan because Xen guests
2015 Mar 03
2
[Xen-devel] kasan_map_early_shadow() on Xen
On 03/03/2015 05:16 PM, Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk wrote: > On Tue, Mar 03, 2015 at 04:15:06PM +0300, Andrey Ryabinin wrote: >> On 03/03/2015 12:40 PM, Luis R. Rodriguez wrote: >>> Andrey, >>> >>> I believe that on Xen we should disable kasan, would like confirmation >> >> I guess Xen guests won't work with kasan because Xen guests
2006 Oct 31
1
mysql won't start
...grep mysql-4 mysql-4.1.20-1.RHEL4.1 mysql-4.1.20-1.RHEL4.1 [root at urquell2 ~]# rpm -e mysql-4.1.20-1.RHEL4.1 error: "mysql-4.1.20-1.RHEL4.1" specifies multiple packages We are not even getting to the dependancy hell this will involve. So how do I fix this problem? I'd rather not pave the system and start from scratch, but honestly if I'd done that the moment that this problem manifested, I'd probably be up and running again by now. -- /\oo/\ / /()\ \ David Mackintosh | Public Key: dave at xdroop.com | http://www.xdroop.com/dave&...
2012 Jul 05
0
[LLVMdev] C++ demangling in LLVM
In the same way that the core LLVM libraries have support routines for DWARF, I think that both mangling and demangling should be provided as well. I suspect that the 'Support' library is the best we have, although eventually we need to split this library up a bit. That's not really your problem though. The bigger problem is that we don't have any good way of sharing code between