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2008 Jul 22
1
Accu-Chek Compass
Hi, I am a new user of Wine, and I am having trouble running the programme 'Accu-Chek Compass'. It is a programme for diabetics, that downloads data from a meter, and then graphs it in all sorts of ways. The Programme installs correctly, but when I try to run it, it just flashes on the screen for a split second, and exits. Any help would be nice.... Plod.
2018 Jan 03
2
Structure of VBR in FAT32?
Gene, thanks for doing "Reply-All". I only get digest, so this keeps me in the loop. Appreciated. > which appears to be included in diskstart.inc. I will have to dig in and > see > > how this all gets compiled (pointers always appreciated :-) ). > > Yes. > Is the build process documented? Or am I just going to have to plod through the makefiles? > As Ady said,
2008 Feb 07
1
Megatec serial UPS woes
Hi! This is the weirdest problem I have found for a long time! Using nut-2.0.5 and a Gentoo powered HP Proliant ML350 I setup the config files just the same as I always do and tried to get the megatec driver chatting to the UPS. It worked fine on a Windoze server with Upsilon2000 so I have a bit of confidence in cable etc! When I ran upsc after starting upsd to complained about stale data! Most
2010 Oct 01
2
trouble building 4.0.1
I finally decided to build 4.0.1 on my OpenSuSE box. I''ve been plodding along and resolving issues/dependencies as needed but now I''m stumped. While building I get the following message: cc1: warnings being treated as errors netfront.c:41:32: error: variably modified ‘tx_freelist’ at file scope netfront.c:44:34: error: variably modified ‘rx_buffers’ at file scope
2018 Jan 06
2
Structure of VBR in FAT32?
> > > Is the build process documented? Or am I just going to have to plod > through > > the makefiles? > > I don't think so. > Oh well... > > 1. Run installer > > 2. Installer loads ldlinux.sys onto the filesystem (and copies > ldlinux.c32, > > but irrelevant for now). > > 3. Installer calculates which blocks in the filesystem contain
2013 May 03
4
Debugging SFTP question
...massively ? >From looking at the code, it would seem the server is merely responding to the request from the client, but I dont understand what would make the client 'skip' from offset 48136192 to offset 110755840 and from request 1472 to 3383 - as the client code looks like its just it plods through the file. Is this just a red herring ? -- Graeme Wallace CTO FareCompare.com O: 972 588 1414 M: 214 681 9018
2010 Apr 28
0
command-line dialplan "compiler"
Hello listers, Still plodding along in the 1.4 tree, though I've started to dabble in 1.6 land. Today's adventure involves a 2600 line dialplan. My friend Google only points me to an antique java script and a bunch of GUI dialplan creators. What is out there that will point out dialplan errors/problems besides just watching the CLI output and trying to figure out
2008 Sep 08
3
Is there a way I can get an unsopported app working in Wine?
I use Ubuntu 8.0.4 I have XP installed in another partition. I want to use Ability Office version 5 from Ubuntu. I have installed Wine, and this seems to work - I can run other Windows apps through it. I can install Ability fine using Wine, and it's small launcher app works fine - but when I run the proper Ability programs I get loads of missing DLL errors. Is there anything I can do to
2012 Dec 19
1
CentOS AWS AMIs?
Hi list, I've noticed that instance-backed AMIs no longer seem to exist for the 'official' CentOS images, though the EBS ones are fine.. Looking at the wiki (http://wiki.centos.org/Cloud/AWS), the AMIs listed on marketplace are slightly newer than what's listed on the wiki, so just wondering if something got overlooked after the last build? Cheers, -- Richard
2018 Jan 06
0
Structure of VBR in FAT32?
On Sat, Jan 6, 2018 at 12:34 PM, Avi Deitcher <avi at deitcher.net> wrote: >> > Is the build process documented? Or am I just going to have to plod >> > through >> > the makefiles? >> >> I don't think so. > Oh well... >> > 1. Run installer >> > 2. Installer loads ldlinux.sys onto the filesystem (and copies >> >
2007 Jul 16
3
learning the cron module
OK. I thought I would start by looking at how cron.rb in the puppet lib/type works because what I''m trying to accomplish is similar. However, when looking through that, it wasn''t immediately obvious to me how or when the resulting cron file was getting written out. Is this getting stored up in some instance var or something? Maybe getting sent to standard out and some
2007 Mar 21
4
Will Firefox 2.X be included/supported in CentOS 5?
I know this mostly depends on what is/will be done upstream, but with the recent announcement that Firefox 1.5.X will only receive updates until April 24, 2007, is Firefox 2.X in CentOS' future? Alfred
2018 Jan 05
0
Structure of VBR in FAT32?
On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 2:38 AM, Avi Deitcher <avi at deitcher.net> wrote: > Gene, thanks for doing "Reply-All". I only get digest, so this keeps me in > the loop. Appreciated. > >> > which appears to be included in diskstart.inc. I will have to dig in and >> > see >> > how this all gets compiled (pointers always appreciated :-) ). >>
2010 Aug 05
7
Search large XML file -- REXML slower than a slug, regex instantaneous
Got a question hopefully someone can answer - I am working on functionality to match on certain nodes of a largish (65mb) xml file. I implemented this with REXML and was 2 minutes and counting before I killed the process. After this, I just opened the console and loaded the file into a string and did a regex search for my data -- the result was almost instantaneous. The question is, if I can get
2006 Mar 23
1
AIX 5.1 rsync large file
Hello, I have inherited a setup where there are 2 AIX 5.1 systems in 2 separate sites. There are large database files that are backed from each site to the other via rsync. Currently, it is using rsync version 2.5.4. It does it via ssh with the options -avz. This has all been merrily plodding along for some time. There is one file that is over 45 GB, and it started having trouble with that
2018 Jan 02
3
Structure of VBR in FAT32?
Thanks for the response, Gene. Much appreciated. I didn't get all of it; mind if I follow on below? ldlinux.sys is ldlinux.bin without the VBR (Volume Boot Record) code. > Makes sense. > > 1. Where is the code that goes in the VBR or Block Group 0 padding? > > diskboot.inc. > which appears to be included in diskstart.inc. I will have to dig in and see how this all gets
2014 Dec 30
0
Design changes are done in Fedora
On Dec 29, 2014, at 4:03 PM, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com> wrote: > On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 3:03 PM, Warren Young <wyml at etr-usa.com> wrote: >> >> the world where you design, build, and deploy The System is disappearing fast. > > Sure, if you don't care if you lose data, you can skip those steps. How did you jump from incremental feature
2015 Jan 01
1
Design changes are done in Fedora
On 12/29/2014 09:04 PM, Warren Young wrote: > On Dec 29, 2014, at 4:03 PM, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com> wrote: > >> On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 3:03 PM, Warren Young <wyml at etr-usa.com> wrote: >>> the world where you design, build, and deploy The System is disappearing fast. >> Sure, if you don't care if you lose data, you can skip those
2014 Dec 29
3
Design changes are done in Fedora
On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 3:03 PM, Warren Young <wyml at etr-usa.com> wrote: > > As a software developer, I think I can speak to both halves of that point. > > First, the world where you design, build, and deploy The System is disappearing fast. Sure, if you don't care if you lose data, you can skip those steps. Lots of free services that call everything they release
2005 Jun 16
1
question regarding smbutil
Hello, I'm trying to use smbutil with the user/pass/host argument. I have no problem using it this way.... smbutil -v view //user@host Password: ******* but if I try this way.... smbutil -v view //user:pass@host it prompts me for a password when I already specific it in my command line. Am I using the right syntax? Please let me know. Thanks. Tom