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2004 May 07
1
meetme conf-background.agi
Hello there! Somebody tried the meetme|b which initiates the conf-background AGI. Actually I want to originate another call from a conference.my AGI originates the call and connects it to the conference, but the calleeee is nowhere My extension exten => 21,1,meetme(21|pb) and my AGI ****************************************************************************
2004 May 10
1
AGI.pm wait_for_digit() not working for me!!!
Hello everybody!!! I really need your help guys, I am using the AGI mode in meetme application, and I want that AGI should wait for an input from the client/user i.e. a digit and then proceed, but I have used that AGI function agi->wait_for_digit(), but no use....my agi just passes, or ignores this function, where AGI should stop here and wait for the input.... .....my extension
2003 Oct 24
1
rsync -vae ssh user@host1:/tmp/dir user@host2:/tmp/
I have legitimate ssh access to two remote machines. ssh directly from either machine to the other is blocked by firewalls which I cannot control. $ rsync -vae ssh user@host1:/tmp/dir user@host2:/tmp/ receiving file list ... done rsync: mkdir user@host2:/tmp: No such file or directory rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at main.c(319) I would like this to copy
2016 Mar 16
2
[PATCH mesa 6/6] nouveau: codegen: Disable more old resource handling code
On 03/16/2016 10:23 AM, Hans de Goede wrote: > Commit c3083c7082 ("nv50/ir: add support for BUFFER accesses") disabled / > commented out some of the old resource handling code, but not all of it. > > Effectively all of it is dead already, if we ever enter the old code > paths in handeLOAD / handleSTORE / handleATOM we will get an exception > due
2009 Jan 19
1
Cisco 7941G-GE with Asterisk and CTPSEP odyssee
I have just got a Cisco 7941G and am experiencing the exact same problem (phone is requesting .tlv file from TFTP server and never asks for .cnf.xml file). The phone originally had SCCP on it, but I downloaded and flashed with the latest Cisco SIP image (8.4(3) released 2009-01-13). In reading your message below, it looks like you were going to try an incremental upgrade?did you have any
2004 Jun 03
5
4 important bugs again <;
hello everyone, thanks to todd 1.2.21 is out :) every release getting better, i would like to get consensus on these "important" bugs: #252078 logtail: should depend on perl >= 5.8 sarge as any other modern linux distro use perl 5.8.x, it''s even inside of its base. backports are under the peril of its author if no one voices up, i''ll close that bug in the next
1999 Nov 23
0
[PATCH] Adding BSD compatible install script to 1.2pre14.
Hi, This patch adds a BSD compatible install script (copied from gcc-2.95.2) to 1.2pre14. The script has a X-style license. The script will be used if configure doesn't find a proper install program on the system. Remember to run autoconf and set execute (755) permissions for install-sh when the patch has been applied. -- Niels Kristian Bech Jensen -- nkbj at image.dk --
2016 Mar 16
0
[PATCH mesa 6/6] nouveau: codegen: Disable more old resource handling code
Commit c3083c7082 ("nv50/ir: add support for BUFFER accesses") disabled / commented out some of the old resource handling code, but not all of it. Effectively all of it is dead already, if we ever enter the old code paths in handeLOAD / handleSTORE / handleATOM we will get an exception due to trying to access the now always zero-sized resources vector. Make non buffer
2016 Mar 16
0
[PATCH mesa 6/6] nouveau: codegen: Disable more old resource handling code
Hi, On 16-03-16 11:45, Samuel Pitoiset wrote: > > > On 03/16/2016 10:23 AM, Hans de Goede wrote: >> Commit c3083c7082 ("nv50/ir: add support for BUFFER accesses") disabled / >> commented out some of the old resource handling code, but not all of it. >> >> Effectively all of it is dead already, if we ever enter the old code >> paths
2016 Mar 17
4
[PATCH mesa v2 1/3] nouveau: codegen: Disable more old resource handling code
Commit c3083c7082 ("nv50/ir: add support for BUFFER accesses") disabled / commented out some of the old resource handling code, but not all of it. Effectively all of it is dead already, if we ever enter the old code paths in handeLOAD / handleSTORE / handleATOM we will get an exception due to trying to access the now always zero-sized resources vector. Disable all the
2012 Mar 27
13
Create subvolume from a directory?
Hi all, Just a quick question but can''t find an obvious answer. Can I create/convert a existing (btrfs) directory into a subvolume? It would be very helpful when transferring ''partitions'' into btrfs. I found a similar question way back in google, but that site is down now generally. Thanks in advance. -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line
2013 Aug 06
6
[PATCH 0/4] btrfs: out-of-band (aka offline) dedupe v4
Hi, The following series of patches implements in btrfs an ioctl to do out-of-band deduplication of file extents. To be clear, this means that the file system is mounted and running, but the dedupe is not done during file writes, but after the fact when some userspace software initiates a dedupe. The primary patch is loosely based off of one sent by Josef Bacik back in January, 2011.
2012 Jun 20
8
[PATCH] Allow cross subvolume reflinks (2nd attempt)
Hello, This is the second attempt to bring in cross subvolume reflinks into btrfs. The first attempt was NAKed due to missing vfs mount checks and a clear description of what btrfs subvolumes are and probably also why cross subvolume reflinks are ok in the case of btrfs. This version of the patch comes from David and is in SUSE kernels since a long time, so it is tested and working. The patch
2012 Jan 30
3
[PATCH] Btrfs: allow cloning ranges within the same file
It''s safe and easy to do so, provided the ranges don''t overlap. Signed-off-by: Li Zefan <lizf@cn.fujitsu.com> --- fs/btrfs/ioctl.c | 23 ++++++++++++++++------- 1 files changed, 16 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-) diff --git a/fs/btrfs/ioctl.c b/fs/btrfs/ioctl.c index 0b06a5c..8fcd671 100644 --- a/fs/btrfs/ioctl.c +++
2013 Jun 24
0
sys.source() does not provide the parsing info to eval()
Hello, It seems that the parsing information attached to expressions parsed by the parse() function when keep.source=TRUE is not provided to the eval() function. Please consider this code: path <- tempfile() code <- '(function() print( str( sys.calls() ) ))()' writeLines(code, path) sys.source(path, envir=globalenv(), keep.source=TRUE) > OUTPUT: Dotted pair list of 4 $ :
2007 Sep 24
1
parse in text function of plots, confusing behaviour
HI all, I'm failing to understand why the following is happening. In this plot I rely on two text functions both using parse. The second one works properly by writing a gamma symbol 5 times, the first one only works properly four times. The only difference is that I add a string to the paste function of that which does work properly. Why does it behave like this? thanks so much! Michael
2013 Jul 25
0
[PATCH V8 21/33] ocfs2: add support for read_iter and write_iter
Signed-off-by: Dave Kleikamp <dave.kleikamp@oracle.com> Acked-by: Joel Becker <jlbec@evilplan.org> Cc: Zach Brown <zab@zabbo.net> Cc: Mark Fasheh <mfasheh@suse.com> Cc: ocfs2-devel@oss.oracle.com --- fs/ocfs2/aops.h | 2 +- fs/ocfs2/file.c | 55 ++++++++++++++++++++++---------------------------- fs/ocfs2/ocfs2_trace.h | 6 +++--- 3
2008 Mar 14
0
How to use syslinux to mount initial ramdisk as root file system and mount NFS to "/mnt/nfs"?
I know this is not a question for syslinux itself, but a question for syslinux usage on Linux. I use pxelinux to boot Linux. I know I can use "root=/dev/nfs nfsroot=ip:/dir" to mount the NFS as root file system. But it needs me to prepare several different directories for different clients and each directory should include a initrd.gz copy (e.g., cp/mv/mkdir
2011 Sep 12
0
cannot access /mnt/glusterfs: Stale NFS file handle
I''ve mounted my glusterfs share as I always do: mount -t glusterfs `hostname`:/bhl-volume /mnt/glusterfs and I can see it in df: # df -h | tail -n1 clustr-01:/bhl-volume 90T 51T 39T 57% /mnt/glusterfs but I can''t change into it, or access any of the files in it: # ls -al /mnt/glusterfs ls: cannot access /mnt/glusterfs: Stale
2008 Jan 09
1
mount -o remount /mnt/samba creates duplicate mount
This is a repost, since I'd really like to get some info about whats going on. when using, "mount -o remount" on an linux box, I get a duplicate mount instead of a proper remount. /proc/mounts backs me up: the system really does have multiple mounts in the same place, of the same drive. The version of samba installed is 3.0.10, the distro is RedHat Enterprise Linux 4, kernel