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  • QA with Nokia's Ari Jaaksi: MeeGo Revs Up

    <b>Linux.com:</b> "Nokia's Vice President of MeeGo Devices, Ari Jaaksi, will kick off the afternoon at today's Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit with his keynote at 1:15 p.m. PT. He took a few minutes with us this morning to share what he'll be speaking about and how the MeeGo project is going."

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  • Best-selling Author on Servlets and JSP, Marty Hall, to Keynote at GIDS 2010

    Hey Guys,Author of More Servlets and JSP, Marty Hall is coming to Bangalore this April to speak on Choosing an Ajax/JavaScript Toolkit: A Comparison of the Most Popular JavaScript Libraries, Pure Java Ajax: An Overview of GWT 2.0, Integrated Ajax Support in JSF 2.0 and Ajax Support in the Prototype JavaScript Library. You can get more information on developersummit dot com...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • The Oracle VM Hall of Fame

    - by Kristin Rose
    “Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd. Buy me a new Oracle VM, I want my competition to be history!”...Yes, baseball is in full swing, and as we make our way to the closing of the quarter, Oracle is ready to “knock it out of the park” with its newly updated release of Oracle VM 3.1. This home run of a server virtualization solution will let you deploy software faster, as it intelligently manages your entire infrastructure, from application to disk. As if that wasn’t enough, the competition can’t even get on base! Have a look at the final score below: Partners will be hitting grand slams left and right because management tools, application templates and single source support, have all teamed up to create one heck of a curve ball for the competition, but more importantly, an absolute first draft pick for our partners. With no license cost and an affordable enterprise support cost, crowds have gathered to see this ‘All Star’ play some hard ball. Watch as Jeff Doolan, Sr. Director of Linux and Virtualization Channel Sales at Oracle, goes into more depth on how Oracle VM is a real game changer and eliminates the competition.Adding to the line-up are two key components of Oracle VM 3.1: Enhanced Ease-of-use: The new GUI design is engineered for faster execution of workflow and to maximize ease of use and reduce deployment time. Administrators have more time to spend at the ball park or focus on the business.New Oracle VM Templates: such as the Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3; Oracle PeopleSoft FSCM 9.1; Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c; Oracle Linux 5.8; Oracle Linux 6.1; Oracle Solaris 11 – which add to the existing 100+ existing templates that are ready for download. Oracle VM Templates are pre-configured as an entire stack including OS and application fully tested, production ready and certified from Oracle.For more information on Oracle newest player, Oracle VM 3.1, read this press release or visit our technology information page. Batter Up,The OPN Communications Team

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  • hall.dll errors

    - by Robert Elliott
    I am getting frequent BSoDs, mostly with hall.dll errors. I have Dell Inspiron laptop running Windows 7 SP1. The following file, werfault, is shown below. Can anyone help me work out what is wrong? Version=1 EventType=BlueScreen EventTime=129987824768810026 ReportType=4 Consent=1 ReportIdentifier=1c3e1c58-3b30-11e2-9074-002219f61870 IntegratorReportIdentifier=113012-32557-01 Response.type=4 DynamicSig[1].Name=OS Version DynamicSig[1].Value=6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3 DynamicSig[2].Name=Locale ID DynamicSig[2].Value=2057 UI[2]=C:\Windows\system32\wer.dll UI[3]=Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown UI[4]=Windows can check online for a solution to the problem. UI[5]=&Check for solution UI[6]=&Check later UI[7]=Cancel UI[8]=Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown UI[9]=A problem caused Windows to stop working correctly. Windows will notify you if a solution is available. UI[10]=Close Sec[0].Key=BCCode Sec[0].Value=a Sec[1].Key=BCP1 Sec[1].Value=0000000000000000 Sec[2].Key=BCP2 Sec[2].Value=0000000000000002 Sec[3].Key=BCP3 Sec[3].Value=0000000000000000 Sec[4].Key=BCP4 Sec[4].Value=FFFFF80002C0E477 Sec[5].Key=OS Version Sec[5].Value=6_1_7601 Sec[6].Key=Service Pack Sec[6].Value=1_0 Sec[7].Key=Product Sec[7].Value=768_1 File[0].CabName=113012-32557-01.dmp File[0].Path=113012-32557-01.dmp File[0].Flags=589826 File[0].Type=2 File[0].Original.Path=C:\Windows\Minidump\113012-32557-01.dmp File[1].CabName=sysdata.xml File[1].Path=WER-75941-0.sysdata.xml File[1].Flags=589826 File[1].Type=5 File[1].Original.Path=C:\Users\Robert\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-75941-0.sysdata.xml File[2].CabName=Report.cab File[2].Path=Report.cab File[2].Flags=196608 File[2].Type=7 File[2].Original.Path=Report.cab FriendlyEventName=Shut down unexpectedly ConsentKey=BlueScreen AppName=Windows AppPath=C:\Windows\System32\WerFault.exe *********From the minidump file**** RAX = fffff88002f22150 RBX = fffffa80074141f0 RCX = 000000000000000a RDX = 0000000000000000 RSI = fffffa8007278180 RDI = 0000000000000001 R9 = 0000000000000000 R10 = fffff80002c0e477 R11 = 0000000000000000 R12 = fffffa800523e7a0 R13 = 0000000000001000 R14 = 0000000000000028 R15 = fffffa80074141f0 RBP = fffff88002f22210 RIP = fffff80002cd3fc0 RSP = fffff88002f22048 SS = 0000 GS = 002b FS = 0053 ES = 002b DS = 002b CS = 0010 Flags = 00200286 fffff800`02e99ac0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99ad0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99ae0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99af0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99b00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99b10 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99b20 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99b30 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 04 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99b40 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e99b50 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ............ fffff800`02e81928 00 00 00 00 .... fffff800`02e81924 00 00 00 00 .... fffff800`02e0a880 37 36 30 31 2E 31 37 39 34 34 2E 61 6D 64 36 34 7601.17944.amd64 fffff800`02e0a890 66 72 65 2E 77 69 6E 37 73 70 31 5F 67 64 72 2E fre.win7sp1_gdr. fffff800`02e0a8a0 31 32 30 38 33 30 2D 30 33 33 33 00 00 00 00 00 120830-0333..... fffff800`02e0a8b0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a8c0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a8d0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a8e0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a8f0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a900 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a910 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a920 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a930 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a940 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a950 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................ fffff800`02e0a960 35 36 65 38 62 61 31 33 2D 37 30 32 39 2D 34 37 56e8ba13-7029-47 fffff800`02e0a970 32 38 2D 61 35 30 36 2D 32 64 64 62 34 61 30 63 28-a506-2ddb4a0c fffff800`02c0e000 C5 0F 85 79 02 00 00 8B 9C 24 90 00 00 00 E9 A5 ...y.....$...... fffff800`02c0e010 00 00 00 44 2B C3 45 33 C9 E8 5E 14 00 00 49 3B ...D+.E3..^...I; 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H..A..H. fffff800`02c0e340 5A 08 4C 8B C2 48 8B 96 98 00 00 00 48 8B CE E8 Z.L..H......H... fffff800`02c0e350 4C 14 00 00 48 83 EF 01 48 8B D3 75 E1 48 8B 5C L...H...H..u.H.\ fffff800`02c0e360 24 30 48 8B 74 24 38 48 83 C4 20 5F C3 90 90 90 $0H.t$8H.. _.... fffff800`02c0e370 90 90 90 90 48 8B C4 48 89 58 08 48 89 68 10 48 ....H..H.X.H.h.H fffff800`02c0e380 89 70 18 48 89 78 20 41 54 41 55 4C 8B D9 4D 8B .p.H.x ATAUL..M. fffff800`02c0e390 E0 48 8B F2 B9 FF 0F 00 00 4D 85 DB 75 08 4C 8B .H.......M..u.L. fffff800`02c0e3a0 D1 40 32 FF EB 12 4D 8B 93 88 00 00 00 41 8A BB [email protected] fffff800`02c0e3b0 91 00 00 00 49 C1 EA 0C 44 8B 44 24 38 41 8B C1 ....I...D.D$8A.. fffff800`02c0e3c0 4C 2B 4E 20 23 C1 49 C1 E9 0C 41 BD 00 10 00 00 L+N #.I...A..... fffff800`02c0e3d0 41 8B D5 41 8B E9 2B D0 8B CA 4C 39 54 EE 30 76 A..A..+...L9T.0v fffff800`02c0e3e0 04 33 C9 EB 4F 41 3B D0 73 43 4C 8D 4C EE 38 4D .3..OA;.sCL.L.8M fffff800`02c0e3f0 39 11 77 39 49 8B 59 F8 48 8D 43 01 49 3B 01 75 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......u.M.R.E..A fffff800`02c0e4c0 03 D5 3B D1 72 C2 3B D1 0F 47 D1 8B C2 EB 02 8B ..;.r.;..G...... fffff800`02c0e4d0 C1 48 8B 5C 24 18 48 8B 6C 24 20 48 8B 74 24 28 .H.\$.H.l$ H.t$( fffff800`02c0e4e0 48 8B 7C 24 30 41 5D 41 5C C3 90 90 90 90 90 90 H.|$0A]A\....... fffff800`02c0e4f0 48 89 5C 24 08 48 89 6C 24 10 48 89 74 24 18 57 H.\$.H.l$.H.t$.W fffff800`02c0e500 41 54 41 55 48 83 EC 30 48 8B 5C 24 70 4D 8B E1 ATAUH..0H.\$pM.. fffff800`02c0e510 49 8B F0 8B 03 4C 8B EA 48 8B E9 89 44 24 20 E8 I....L..H...D$ . fffff800`02c0e520 50 FE FF FF 49 8B CC 89 03 49 2B 4D 20 8B F8 48 P...I....I+M ..H fffff800`02c0e530 C1 E9 0C 8B C9 49 8B 54 CD 30 49 8B CC 48 C1 E2 .....I.T.0I..H.. fffff800`02c0e540 0C 81 E1 FF 0F 00 00 48 03 D1 48 85 F6 74 72 48 .......H..H..trH fffff800`02c0e550 39 95 88 00 00 00 73 69 4C 8B 4E 18 48 8B 84 24 9.....siL.N.H..$ fffff800`02c0e560 80 00 00 00 41 8B DC 41 8B 09 81 E3 FF 0F 00 00 ....A..A........ fffff800`02c0e570 03 CB 80 7C 24 78 01 48 89 08 75 17 4D 8B C4 49 ...|$x.H..u.M..I fffff800`02c0e580 8B D5 48 8B CD C6 44 24 28 01 89 7C 24 20 E8 C5 ..H...D$(..|$ .. fffff800`02c0e590 06 00 00 8B C7 C1 EF 0C 25 FF 0F 00 00 8D 8C 18 ........%....... fffff800`02c0e5a0 FF 0F 00 00 48 8B 46 18 C1 E9 0C 03 CF 74 0C 8B ....H.F......t.. fffff800`02c0e5b0 D1 48 83 EA 01 48 8B 40 08 75 F6 48 89 46 18 EB [email protected] fffff800`02c0e5c0 0B 48 8B 84 24 80 00 00 00 48 89 10 48 8B 5C 24 .H..$....H..H.\$ fffff800`02c0e5d0 50 48 8B 6C 24 58 48 8B 74 24 60 48 83 C4 30 41 PH.l$XH.t$`H..0A fffff800`02c0e5e0 5D 41 5C 5F C3 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 4D 85 C0 0F ]A\_........M... fffff800`02c0e5f0 84 09 01 00 00 48 8B C4 48 89 58 08 48 89 68 10 .....H..H.X.H.h. fffff800`02c0e600 48 89 70 18 48 89 78 20 41 54 41 55 41 56 48 83 H.p.H.x ATAUAVH. fffff800`02c0e610 EC 30 44 8A 64 24 78 49 8B D8 49 8B F1 4C 8B EA .0D.d$xI..I..L.. fffff800`02c0e620 4C 8B F1 49 89 58 18 41 80 FC 01 0F 84 AF 00 00 L..I.X.A........ fffff800`02c0e630 00 8B 7C 24 70 85 FF 0F 84 9F 00 00 00 4C 8B CE 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  • Increase efficiency for an R simulator of the Monty Hall Puzzle

    - by jahan_m
    The Monty Hall Problem is a simple puzzle involving probability that even stumps professionals in careers dealing with some heavy-duty math. Here's the basic problem: Suppose you're on a game show, and you're given the choice of three doors: Behind one door is a car; behind the others, goats. You pick a door, say No. 1, and the host, who knows what's behind the doors, opens another door, say No. 3, which has a goat. He then says to you, "Do you want to pick door No. 2?" Is it to your advantage to switch your choice? You can find numerous explanations of the solution here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Hall_problem Goal of my simulation: Prove that a switching strategy will win you the car 2/3 of the time. I got curious and wanted to write a little function that simulates the problem many times and returns the proportion of wins if you switched and the proportion of wins if you stayed with your first choice. The function then plots the cumulative wins. First and foremost, I'm interested in hearing if my simulation is indeed replicating the Monty Problem, or if some aspect of the code got it wrong. Secondly, this function takes a long time to run once I get to about 10,000 simulations. I know I don't need this many simulations to prove this but I'd love to hear some ideas on how to make it more efficient. Thanks for your feedback! Monty_Hall=function(repetitions){ doors=c('A','B','C') stay_wins=0 switch_wins=0 series=data.frame(sim_num=seq(repetitions),cum_sum_stay=replicate(repetitions,0),cum_sum_switch=replicate(repetitions,0)) for(i in seq(repetitions)){ winning_door=sample(doors,1) contestant_chooses=sample(doors,1) if(contestant_chooses==winning_door) stay_wins=stay_wins+1 else switch_wins=switch_wins+1 series[i,'cum_sum_stay']=stay_wins series[i,'cum_sum_switch']=switch_wins } plot(series$sim_num,series$cum_sum_switch,col=2,ylab='Cumulative # of wins', xlab='Simulation #',main=sprintf('%d Simulations of the Monty Hall Paradox',repetitions),type='l') lines(series$sim_num,series$cum_sum_stay,col=4) legend('topleft',legend=c('Cumulative wins from switching', 'Cumulative wins from staying'),col=c(2,4),lty=1) result=list(series=series,stay_wins=stay_wins,switch_wins=switch_wins, proportion_stay_wins=stay_wins/repetitions, proportion_switch_wins=switch_wins/repetitions) return(result) } #Theory predicts that it is to the contestant's advantage if he #switches his choice to the other door. This function simulates the game #many times, and shows you the proportion of games in which staying or #switching would win the car. It also plots the cumulative wins for each strategy. Monty_Hall(100)

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  • Internet Hall of Fame : les pionniers d'Internet récompensés, Richard Stallman et Robert Meltcafe reconnus à leur juste valeur

    L'internet society place dans son hall of fame les hommes et les femmes qui ont façonné Internet de ses débuts à aujourd'hui Richard Stallman et Robert Meltcafe reconnus à leur juste valeurInternet. Le réseau des réseaux par excellence. Aujourd'hui, faire ses achats en ligne, jouer à des jeux en réseaux, « tchatcher » avec ses amis sur les réseaux sociaux sont des acquis. Cependant, beaucoup ne se doutent même pas que pour en arriver là, des étapes ont été franchies, des hommes et des femmes ont du donner de leur temps, de leur énergie et même de leur personne pour qu'internet soit ce réseau qui rend service à plus d'un aujourd'hui.Beaucoup ? Mais pas tous. Le 3 août, Berlin sera le siège d'un événement ...

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  • Where did my free space go?

    - by Ari B. Friedman
    I have a storage drive (2TB) and an OS drive (90GB SSD). I've run out of space on the OS drive: /$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sdb1 72G 72G 0 100% / udev 5.9G 12K 5.9G 1% /dev tmpfs 2.4G 1.2M 2.4G 1% /run none 5.0M 0 5.0M 0% /run/lock none 5.9G 428K 5.9G 1% /run/shm /dev/sda1 1.9T 639G 1.2T 37% /media/StorageDrive So be it. But when I attempt to figure out where the space has gone, I cannot find it anything remotely approaching the capacity of the drive: /$ sudo du -h -d 1 du: cannot access `./media/StorageDrive/home/ari/.gvfs': Permission denied 675G ./media 2.3G ./var 0 ./proc 7.0M ./tmp 27M ./boot 4.0K ./lib64 12K ./dev 44M ./home 16K ./lost+found 8.0M ./sbin 223M ./lib 4.0K ./selinux 1.4M ./run 140K ./root 8.8M ./bin 4.0K ./mnt 38M ./etc 8.0K ./srv 4.8G ./usr 65M ./opt 0 ./sys 682G . Note the difference between the total (682G) and the mounted drives in /media (675G) is only about 9G. How are 72G being used? Where is this dark matter hiding?

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  • JavaOne Latin America Schedule Changes For Thursday

    - by Tori Wieldt
    tweetmeme_url = 'http://blogs.oracle.com/javaone/2010/12/javaone_latin_america_schedule_changes_for_thursday.html'; Share .FBConnectButton_Small{background-position:-5px -232px !important;border-left:1px solid #1A356E;} .FBConnectButton_Text{margin-left:12px !important ;padding:2px 3px 3px !important;} The good news: we've got LOTS of developers at JavaOne Latin America.The bad news: the rooms are too small to hold everyone! (we've heard you)The good news: selected sessions for Thursday have been moved larger rooms (the keynote halls) More good news: some sessions that were full from Wednesday will be repeated on Thursday. SCHEDULE CHANGES FOR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9THNote: Be sure to check the schedule on site, there still may be some last minute changes. Session Name Speaker New Time/Room Ginga, LWUIT, JavaDTV and You 2.0 Dimas Oliveria Thursday, December 9, 11:15am - 12:00pm Auditorio 4 JavaFX do seu jeito: criando aplicativos JavaFX com linguagens alternativas Stephen Chin Thursday, December 9, 3:00pm - 3:45pm Auditorio 4 Automatizando sua casa usando Java; JavaME, JavaFX, e Open Source Hardware Vinicius Senger Thursday, December 9, 9:00am - 9:45am Auditorio 3 Construindo uma arquitetura RESTful para aplicacoes ricas com HTML 5 e JSF2 Raphael Helmonth Adrien Caetano Thursday, December 9, 5:15pm - 6:00pm Auditorio 2 Dicas eTruquies sobre performance em Java EE JPA e JSF Alberto Lemos e Danival Taffarel Calegari Thursday, December 9, 2:00pm - 2:45pm Auditorio 2 Escrevendo Aplicativos Multipatforma Incriveis Usando LWUIT Roger Brinkley Cancelled Platforma NetBeans: sem slide - apenas codigo Mauricio Leal Cancelled Escalando o seu AJAX Push com Servlet 3.0 Paulo Silveria Keynote Hall 9:00am - 9:45am Cobetura Completa de Ferramentas para a Platforma Java EE 6 Ludovic Champenois Keynote Hall 10:00am - 10:45am Servlet 3.0 - Expansivel, Assincrono e Facil de Usar Arun Gupta Keynote Hall 4:00pm - 4:45pm Transforme seu processo em REST com JAX-RS Guilherme Silveria Keynote Hall 5:00pm - 5:45pm The Future of Java Fabiane Nardon e Bruno Souza Keynote Hall 6:00pm - 6:45pm Thanks for your understanding, we are tuning the conference to make it the best JavaOne possible.

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  • 50 Years of LEDs: An Interview with Inventor Nick Holonyak [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    The man who powered on the first LED half a century ago is still around to talk about it; read on to watch an interview with LED inventor Nick Holonyak. The most fascinating thing about Holonyak’s journey to the invention of the LED was that he started off trying to build a laser and ended up inventing a super efficient light source: Holonyak got his PhD in 1954. In 1957, after a year at Bell Labs and a two year stint in the Army, he joined GE’s research lab in Syracuse, New York. GE was already exploring semiconductor applications and building the forerunners of modern diodes called thyristors and rectifiers. At a GE lab in Schenectady, the scientist Robert Hall was trying to build the first diode laser. Hall, Holonyak and others noticed that semiconductors emit radiation, including visible light, when electricity flows through them. Holonyak and Hall were trying to “turn them on,” and channel, focus and multiply the light. Hall was the first to succeed. He built the world’s first semiconductor laser. Without it, there would be no CD and DVD players today. “Nobody knew how to turn the semiconductor into the laser,” Holonyak says. “We arrived at the answer before anyone else.” But Hall’s laser emitted only invisible, infrared light. Holonyak spent more time in his lab, testing, cutting and polishing his hand-made semiconducting alloys. In the fall of 1962, he got first light. “People thought that alloys were rough and turgid and lumpy,” he says. “We knew damn well what happened and that we had a very powerful way of converting electrical current directly into light. We had the ultimate lamp.” How To Get a Better Wireless Signal and Reduce Wireless Network Interference How To Troubleshoot Internet Connection Problems 7 Ways To Free Up Hard Disk Space On Windows

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  • XSL Template outputting massive chunk of text, rather than HTML. But only on one section

    - by Throlkim
    I'm having a slightly odd situation with an XSL template. Most of it outputs fine, but a certain for-each loop is causing me problems. Here's the XML: <area> <feature type="Hall"> <Heading><![CDATA[Hall]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[Communal gardens, pathway leading to PVCu double glazed communal front door to]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="Entrance Hall"> <Heading><![CDATA[Communal Entrance Hall]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[Plain ceiling, centre light fitting, fire door through to inner hallway, wood and glazed panelled front door to]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="Inner Hall"> <Heading><![CDATA[Inner Hall]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[Plain ceiling with pendant light fitting and covings, security telephone, airing cupboard housing gas boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating, telephone point, storage cupboard housing gas and electric meters, wooden panelled doors off to all rooms.]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="Lounge (Reception)" width="3.05" length="4.57" units="metre"> <Heading><![CDATA[Lounge (Reception)]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[15' 6" x 10' 7" (4.72m x 3.23m) Window to the side and rear elevation, papered ceiling with pendant light fitting and covings, two double panelled radiators, power points, wall mounted security entry phone, TV aerial point.]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="Kitchen" width="3.05" length="3.66" units="metre"> <Heading><![CDATA[Kitchen]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[12' x 10' (3.66m x 3.05m) Double glazed window to the rear elevation, textured ceiling with strip lighting, range of base and wall units in Beech with brushed aluminium handles, co-ordinated working surfaces with inset stainless steel sink with mixer taps over, co-ordinated tiled splashbacks, gas and electric cooker points, large storage cupboard with shelving, power points.]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="Entrance Porch"> <Heading><![CDATA[Balcony]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[Views across the communal South facing garden, wrought iron balustrade.]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="Bedroom" width="3.35" length="3.96" units="metre"> <Heading><![CDATA[Bedroom One]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[13' 6" x 11' 5" (4.11m x 3.48m) Double glazed windows to the front and side elevations, papered ceiling with pendant light fittings and covings, single panelled radiator, power points, telephone point, security entry phone.]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="Bedroom" width="3.05" length="3.35" units="metre"> <Heading><![CDATA[Bedroom Two]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[11' 4" x 10' 1" (3.45m x 3.07m) Double glazed window to the front elevation, plain ceiling with centre light fitting and covings, power points.]]></Para> </feature> <feature type="bathroom"> <Heading><![CDATA[Bathroom]]></Heading> <Para><![CDATA[Obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation, textured ceiling with centre light fitting and extractor fan, suite in white comprising of low level WC, wall mounted wash hand basin and walk in shower housing 'Triton T80' electric shower, co-ordinated tiled splashbacks.]]></Para> </feature> </area> And here's the section of my template that processes it: <xsl:for-each select="area"> <li> <xsl:for-each select="feature"> <li> <h5> <xsl:value-of select="Heading"/> </h5> <xsl:value-of select="Para"/> </li> </xsl:for-each> </li> </xsl:for-each> And here's the output: Hall Communal gardens, pathway leading to PVCu double glazed communal front door to Communal Entrance Hall Plain ceiling, centre light fitting, fire door through to inner hallway, wood and glazed panelled front door to Inner Hall Plain ceiling with pendant light fitting and covings, security telephone, airing cupboard housing gas boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating, telephone point, storage cupboard housing gas and electric meters, wooden panelled doors off to all rooms. Lounge (Reception) 15' 6" x 10' 7" (4.72m x 3.23m) Window to the side and rear elevation, papered ceiling with pendant light fitting and covings, two double panelled radiators, power points, wall mounted security entry phone, TV aerial point. Kitchen 12' x 10' (3.66m x 3.05m) Double glazed window to the rear elevation, textured ceiling with strip lighting, range of base and wall units in Beech with brushed aluminium handles, co-ordinated working surfaces with inset stainless steel sink with mixer taps over, co-ordinated tiled splashbacks, gas and electric cooker points, large storage cupboard with shelving, power points. Balcony Views across the communal South facing garden, wrought iron balustrade. Bedroom One 13' 6" x 11' 5" (4.11m x 3.48m) Double glazed windows to the front and side elevations, papered ceiling with pendant light fittings and covings, single panelled radiator, power points, telephone point, security entry phone. Bedroom Two 11' 4" x 10' 1" (3.45m x 3.07m) Double glazed window to the front elevation, plain ceiling with centre light fitting and covings, power points. Bathroom Obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation, textured ceiling with centre light fitting and extractor fan, suite in white comprising of low level WC, wall mounted wash hand basin and walk in shower housing 'Triton T80' electric shower, co-ordinated tiled splashbacks. For reference, here's the entire XSLT: http://pastie.org/private/eq4gjvqoc1amg9ynyf6wzg The rest of it all outputs fine - what am I missing from the above section?

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  • Oracle pl\sql question for my homework in oracle 11G class [migrated]

    - by Bjolds
    I am new to oracle 11G programming and i have run into a tough situation with pl\sql funtions and automation. I ame unsure how to create the function for the automation of Registration system for a College registration system. Here is what i want to do. I want to automate the registrations system so that it automaticly registers students. Then I want a procedure to automate the grading system. I have included the code that i am written to make most of this assignment work which it does but unsure how to incorporate Pl\SQL automated fuctions for the registrations system, and the grading system. So Any help or Ideas I would greatly appreciate please. set Linesize 250 set pagesize 150 drop table student; drop table faculty; drop table Course; drop table Section; drop table location; DROP TABLE courseInstructor; DROP TABLE Registration; DROP TABLE grade; create table student( studentid number(10), Lastname varchar2(20), Firstname Varchar2(20), MI Char(1), address Varchar2(20), city Varchar2(20), state Char(2), zip Varchar2(10), HomePhone Varchar2(10), Workphone Varchar2(10), DOB Date, Pin VARCHAR2(10), Status Char(1)); ALTER TABLE Student Add Constraint Student_StudentID_pk Primary Key (studentID); Insert into student values (1,'xxxxxxxx','xxxxxxxxxx','x','xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx','Columbus','oh','44159','xxx-xxx-xxxx','xxx-xxx-xxxx','06-Mar-1957','1211','c'); create table faculty( FacultyID Number(10), FirstName Varchar2(20), Lastname Varchar2(20), MI Char(1), workphone Varchar2(10), CellPhone Varchar2(10), Rank Varchar2(20), Experience Varchar2(10), Status Char(1)); ALTER TABLE Faculty ADD Constraint Faculty_facultyId_PK PRIMARY KEY (FacultyID); insert into faculty values (1,'xxx','xxxxxxxxxxxx',xxx-xxx-xxxx','xxx-xxx-xxxx','professor','20','f'); create table Course( CourseId number(10), CourseNumber Varchar2(20), CourseName Varchar(20), Description Varchar(20), CreditHours Number(4), Status Char(1)); ALTER TABLE Course ADD Constraint Course_CourseID_pk PRIMARY KEY(CourseID); insert into course values (1,'cit 100','computer concepts','introduction to PCs','3.0','o'); insert into course values (2,'cit 101','Database Program','Database Programming','4.0','o'); insert into course values (3,'Math 101','Algebra I','Algebra I Concepts','5.0','o'); insert into course values (4,'cit 102a','Pc applications','Aplications 1','3.0','o'); insert into course values (5,'cit 102b','pc applications','applications 2','3.0','o'); insert into course values (6,'cit 102c','pc applications','applications 3','3.0','o'); insert into course values (7,'cit 103','computer concepts','introduction systems','3.0','c'); insert into course values (8,'cit 110','Unified language','UML design','3.0','o'); insert into course values (9,'cit 165','cobol','cobol programming','3.0','o'); insert into course values (10,'cit 167','C++ Programming 1','c++ programming','4.0','o'); insert into course values (11,'cit 231','Expert Excel','spreadsheet apps','3.0','o'); insert into course values (12,'cit 233','expert Access','database devel.','3.0','o'); insert into course values (13,'cit 169','Java Programming I','Java Programming I','3.0','o'); insert into course values (14,'cit 263','Visual Basic','Visual Basic Prog','3.0','o'); insert into course values (15,'cit 275','system analysis 2','System Analysis 2','3.0','o'); create table Section( SectionID Number(10), CourseId Number(10), SectionNumber VarChar2(10), Days Varchar2(10), StartTime Date, EndTime Date, LocationID Number(10), SeatAvailable Number(3), Status Char(1)); ALTER TABLE Section ADD Constraint Section_SectionID_PK PRIMARY KEY(SectionID); insert into section values (1,1,'18977','r','21-Sep-2011','10-Dec-2011','1','89','o'); create table Location( LocationId Number(10), Building Varchar2(20), Room Varchar2(5), Capacity Number(5), Satus Char(1)); ALTER TABLE Location ADD Constraint Location_LocationID_pk PRIMARY KEY (LocationID); insert into Location values (1,'Clevleand Hall','cl209','35','o'); insert into Location values (2,'Toledo Circle','tc211','45','o'); insert into Location values (3,'Akron Square','as154','65','o'); insert into Location values (4,'Cincy Hall','ch100','45','o'); insert into Location values (5,'Springfield Dome','SD','35','o'); insert into Location values (6,'Dayton Dorm','dd225','25','o'); insert into Location values (7,'Columbus Hall','CB354','15','o'); insert into Location values (8,'Cleveland Hall','cl204','85','o'); insert into Location values (9,'Toledo Circle','tc103','75','o'); insert into Location values (10,'Akron Square','as201','46','o'); insert into Location values (11,'Cincy Hall','ch301','73','o'); insert into Location values (12,'Dayton Dorm','dd245','57','o'); insert into Location values (13,'Springfield Dome','SD','65','o'); insert into Location values (14,'Cleveland Hall','cl241','10','o'); insert into Location values (15,'Toledo Circle','tc211','27','o'); insert into Location values (16,'Akron Square','as311','28','o'); insert into Location values (17,'Cincy Hall','ch415','73','o'); insert into Location values (18,'Toledo Circle','tc111','67','o'); insert into Location values (19,'Springfield Dome','SD','69','o'); insert into Location values (20,'Dayton Dorm','dd211','45','o'); Alter Table Student Add Constraint student_Zip_CK Check(Rtrim (Zip,'1234567890-') is null); Alter Table Student ADD Constraint Student_Status_CK Check(Status In('c','t')); Alter Table Student ADD Constraint Student_MI_CK2 Check(RTRIM(MI,'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz')is Null); Alter Table Student Modify pin not Null; Alter table Faculty Add Constraint Faculty_Status_CK Check(Status In('f','a','i')); Alter table Faculty ADD Constraint Faculty_Rank_CK Check(Rank In ('professor','doctor','instructor','assistant','tenure')); Alter table Faculty ADD Constraint Faculty_MI_CK2 Check(RTRIM(MI,'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz')is Null); Update Section Set Starttime = To_date('09-21-2011 6:00 PM', 'mm-dd-yyyy hh:mi pm'); Update Section Set Endtime = To_date('12-10-2011 9:50 PM', 'mm-dd-yyyy hh:mi pm'); alter table Section Add Constraint StartTime_Status_CK Check (starttime < Endtime); Alter Table Section Add Constraint Section_StartTime_ck check (StartTime < EndTime); Alter Table Section ADD Constraint Section_CourseId_FK FOREIGN KEY (CourseID) References Course(CourseId); Alter Table Section ADD Constraint Section_LocationID_FK FOREIGN KEY (LocationID) References Location (LocationId); Alter Table Section ADD Constraint Section_Days_CK Check(RTRIM(Days,'mtwrfsu')IS Null); update section set seatavailable = '99'; Alter Table Section ADD Constraint Section_SeatsAvailable_CK Check (SeatAvailable < 100); Alter Table Course Add Constraint Course_CreditHours_ck check(CreditHours < = 6.0); update location set capacity = '99'; Alter Table Location Add Constraint Location_Capacity_CK Check(Capacity < 100); Create Table Registration ( StudentID Number(10), SectionID Number(10), Constraint Registration_pk Primary key (studentId, Sectionid)); Insert into registration values (1, 2); Insert into Registration values (2, 3); Insert into registration values (3, 4); Insert into registration values (4, 5); Insert into registration values (5, 6); Insert into registration values (6, 7); Insert into registration values (7, 8); Insert into registration values (8, 9); insert into registration values (9, 10); insert into registration values (10, 11); insert into registration values (9, 12); insert into registration values (8, 13); insert into registration values (7, 14); insert into registration values (6, 15); insert into registration values (5, 17); insert into registration values (4, 18); insert into registration values (3, 19); insert into registration values (2, 20); insert into registration values (1, 21); insert into registration values (2, 22); insert into registration values (3, 23); insert into registration values (4, 24); insert into registration values (5, 25); Insert into registration values (6, 24); insert into registration values (7, 23); insert into registration values (8, 22); insert into registration values (9, 21); insert into registration values (10, 20); insert into registration values (9, 19); insert into registration values (8, 17); Create Table courseInstructor( FacultyID Number(10), SectionID Number(10), Constraint CourseInstructor_pk Primary key (FacultyId, SectionID)); insert into courseInstructor values (1, 1); insert into courseInstructor values (2, 2); insert into courseInstructor values (3, 3); insert into courseInstructor values (4, 4); insert into courseInstructor values (5, 5); insert into courseInstructor values (5, 6); insert into courseInstructor values (4, 7); insert into courseInstructor values (3, 8); insert into courseInstructor values (2, 9); insert into courseInstructor values (1, 10); insert into courseInstructor values (5, 11); insert into courseInstructor values (4, 12); insert into courseInstructor values (3, 13); insert into courseInstructor values (2, 14); insert into courseInstructor values (1, 15); Create table grade( StudentID Number(10), SectionID Number(10), Grade Varchar2(1), Constraint grade_pk Primary key (StudentID, SectionID)); CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER TR_CreateGrade AFTER INSERT ON Registration FOR EACH ROW BEGIN INSERT INTO grade (SectionID,StudentID,Grade) VALUES(:New.SectionID,:New.StudentID,NULL); END TR_createGrade; / CREATE OR REPLACE FORCE VIEW V_reg_student_course AS SELECT Registration.StudentID, student.LastName, student.FirstName, course.CourseName, Registration.SectionID, course.CreditHours, section.Days, TO_CHAR(StartTime, 'MM/DD/YYYY') AS StartDate, TO_CHAR(StartTime, 'HH:MI PM') AS StartTime, TO_CHAR(EndTime, 'MM/DD/YYYY') AS EndDate, TO_CHAR(EndTime, 'HH:MI PM') AS EndTime, location.Building, location.Room FROM registration, student, section, course, location WHERE registration.StudentID = student.StudentID AND registration.SectionID = section.SectionID AND section.LocationID = location.LocationID AND section.CourseID = course.CourseID; CREATE OR REPLACE FORCE VIEW V_teacher_to_course AS SELECT courseInstructor.FacultyID, faculty.FirstName, faculty.LastName, courseInstructor.SectionID, section.Days, TO_CHAR(StartTime, 'MM/DD/YYYY') AS StartDate, TO_CHAR(StartTime, 'HH:MI PM') AS StartTime, TO_CHAR(EndTime, 'MM/DD/YYYY') AS EndDate, TO_CHAR(EndTime, 'HH:MI PM') AS EndTime, location.Building, location.Room FROM courseInstructor, faculty, section, course, location WHERE courseInstructor.FacultyID = faculty.FacultyID AND courseInstructor.SectionID = section.SectionID AND section.LocationID = location.LocationID AND section.CourseID = course.CourseID; SELECT * FROM V_reg_student_course; SELECT * FROM V_teacher_to_course;

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  • How to implement a genetic algorithm with distance, time, and cost

    - by ari
    I want to make a solution to find the optimum route of school visit. For example, I want to visit 5 schools (A, B, C, D, E) in my city. Then I must find out what school I should visit first, then the second, then the third etc. with distance, time, and cost criteria. The problem is, I am confused about how to use distance with time and cost (fuel usage) estimation in genetic algorithm to find the optimum route?

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  • What is the actual difference between Computer Programmers and Software Engineers? Is this description accurate?

    - by Ari
    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this is the difference: Computer programmers write programs. After computer software engineers and systems analysts design software programs, the programmer converts that design into a logical series of instructions that the computer can follow They predict employment to increase for software engineers by 34% but to decline for programmers. Is there actually any such real distinction between the 2 jobs? How can one get a job designing programs (to be implemented by others)?

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  • I want to install and get to building a personal MySQL DB

    - by Ari Hall
    So how do I go from installing MySQL from the Software Center to inputing data into fields and bringing in a comma delimited file? I've only had brief experience with MSAccess and OOo Base a long time ago, so details are appreciated, I just want to get up and running. I have Ubuntu 10.10, 64 bit, if that affects much. If you can link me to a howto that does exactly what I'm looking for, that would work. Again, Thanks!

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  • Root Domain Redirects Incorrectly To Https instead of to WWW

    - by Ari
    TL;DR - Why do visits to my website homepage work without "www", but not to specific pages on it? I recently moved my website (Zappable.com) to a new webhost, RedHat's OpenShift (a PAAS). It requires using Cname records to setup custom domains, something my domain name registar (1&1) does not support without a hosting plan. So instead I setup Cloudflare in-between my domain and web host, and setup a Cname record on it. I then pointed a 1&1 "www" sub-domain to CloudFlare, and then pointed my 1&1 root to "www" sub-domain. This works fine for visiting to my homepage, but for some reason it does not work when visiting a specific page without "www". Instead of adding "www", it goes to HTTPS, which is strange.

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  • Where can I find video and audio drivers for my netbook?

    - by Ari
    I got a little netbook yesterday (an Acer Aspire One) for schoolwork and read in numerous reviews Ubuntu was a must. I dove into it blindly and downloaded 12.04 LTS and though I admit it's faster than before, I have no idea how it works yet and was stupid enough to get rid of the Windows 7 Starter that was on there before completely. I can see myself getting used to the rest of Ubuntu, but the main issue is that it seems to have eaten all of my drivers and I don't know where to get any Ubuntu compatible ones. Any video at all is jilty and kind of creepy and any audio is very distorted and REALLY creepy. I understand that this is a tiny $150 typing and light web use school device I'm talking about, but I feel really stupid making the poor thing worse than it was before and not knowing what to do about it. Does anyone know how to install graphics/sound drivers? Or, alternatively, does anyone know where I can get a copy of Windows 7 Starter. I can see myself liking this if the problems are fixable, but if not I still have the product key and would be able to tackle the problem by myself with that.

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  • What are approaches for analyzing the cost-benefits of a development methodology?

    - by Garrett Hall
    There are many development practices (TDD, continuous integration, cowboy-coding), principles (SOLID, layers of abstraction, KISS), and processes (RUP, Scrum, XP, Waterfall). I have learned you can't follow any of these blindly, but have to consider context and ROI (return on investment). My question is: How do you know whether you are getting a good ROI by following a particular methodology? Metrics, guesstimation, experience? Do analytical methods exist? Or is this just the million-dollar question in software engineering that has no answer?

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  • restoring grub when Windows 7 MBR lost it

    - by Trent Hall
    My dual boot desktop was running only Windows 7 until it crashed on a windows update. Couldn't get it started again even after all the usual things that might fix it, so I installed Ubuntu 12.04, which has worked very well. unfortunately Carbonite doesn't run on Linux yet, and so I called Microsoft support to see if we could be Windows 7 up and running. Their attempts to get Windows 7 running resulted in writing a new MBR for windows, which failed and also somehow caused the loss of ability to boot into Ubuntu also. How can I get back to Ubuntu? I don't want to lose my settings in Ubuntu. Thanks... Trent

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  • SQLAuthority News – #SQLPASS 2012 Schedule – Where can You Find Me

    - by pinaldave
    Yesterday I wrote about my memory lane with SQLPASS. It has been a fantastic experience and I am very confident that this year the same excellent experience is going to be repeated. Before I start for #SQLPASS every year, I plan where I want to be and what I will be doing. As I travel from India to attend this event (22+ hours flying time and door to door travel time around 36 hours), it is very crucial that I plan things in advance. This year here is my quick note where I will be during the SQLPASS event. If you can stop with me, I would like to meet you, shake your hand and will archive memories as a photograph. Tuesday, November 6, 2012 6:30pm-8:00pm PASS Summit 2012 Welcome Reception Wednesday, November 7, 2012 12pm-1pm – Book Signing at Exhibit Hall Joes Pros booth#117 (FREE BOOK) 5:30pm-6:30pm – Idera Reception at Fox Sports Grill 7pm-8pm - Embarcadero Booth Book Signing (FREE BOOK) 8pm onwards – Exhibitor Reception Thursday, November 8, 2012 12pm-1pm - Embarcadero Booth Book Signing (FREE BOOK) 7pm-10pm - Community Appreciation Party Friday, November 9, 2012 12pm-1pm - Joes 2 Pros Book Signing at Exhibit Hall Joes Pros booth#117 11:30pm-1pm - Birds of a Feather Luncheon Rest of the Time! Exhibition Hall Joes 2 Pros Booth #117. Stop by for the goodies! Lots of people have already sent me email asking if we can meet for a cup of coffee to discuss SQL. Absolutely! I like cafe mocha with skim milk and whip cream and I do not get tired of it. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com) Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL PASS, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, T SQL, Technology

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  • Oracle Vanquisher: A Data Center Optimization Adventure to Debut at Oracle OpenWorld

    - by Oracle OpenWorld Blog Team
    Heat. Downtime. Site-wide outages. Legacy hardware. Security holes. These are all threats to your data center. What if you could vanquish them to simplify your IT and accelerate business innovation and growth? Find out how - play Oracle Vanquisher, a new data center optimization video game that will be showcased at Oracle OpenWorld (Hardware DEMOgrounds, Moscone South Hall).Playing Oracle Vanquisher, you'll be armed with a cool Oracle vacuum pack suit and a strategic IT roadmap. You'll thwart threats and optimize your data center to increase your company’s stock price and boost your company’s position. Of course, optimizing your data center is far more than a great game. For more information, visit the Oracle Optimized Data Center homepage or check out these targeted Oracle OpenWorld keynotes and sessions:KeynotesShift Complexity, with Oracle President Mark HurdMonday, October 1, 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.Moscone North, Hall DOracle Cloud Infrastructure and Engineered Systems: Fast, Reliable, Virtualized, with Oracle Executive Vice President John FowlerWednesday, October 3, 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.Moscone North, Hall DSessions Oracle Linux Oracle Optimized Solutions Oracle Solaris SPARC Servers Storage SPARC SuperCluster Oracle VM Server Virtualization Desktop Virtualization

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  • Open source tomcat log viewer

    - by Ari
    I'm managing several tomcat instances (aprox 30-35) and looking for some console to centralize the logs. I tried php-syslog-ng before (no with tomcat), and found it useful. I would like that these software would have some of these features: -Syntax highlight according to the severity of the exceptions. -Tree view for stack traces and nested exceptions. Bonus point: -Alarm when certain pattern is matched.

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  • How to Setup Java Application

    - by Ari
    I have a 'desktop' java application which is in the form of a jar file. How can I: Store this application on a single server. Grant access via Terminal Services to a specific OU to run this application from the central location. Disallow the copying or moving of the application (jar file) to any other location. Allow the saving/copying/moving of the output of the application on an authorized user's local drive. Thanks.

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  • I want to install and get to building a personal MySQL DB on 64 bit Ubuntu [closed]

    - by Ari Hall
    So how do I go from installing MySQL from the Software Center to inputing data into fields and bringing in a comma delimited file? I've only had brief experience with MSAccess and OOo Base a long time ago, so details are appreciated, I just want to get up and running. I have Ubuntu 10.10, 64 bit, if that affects much. If you can link me to a howto that does exactly what I'm looking for, that would work. Again, Thanks!

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  • Can you configure multiple KMS hosts in a primary / secondary relationship?

    - by Mark Hall
    We have two datacenters in our environment: primary and DR. I need to deploy a KMS service, and to be proactive, I would like to have a host in both datacenters. From what I have read, you can have up to 6 hosts without calling Microsoft, and it appears that what will happen is that a SRV record for each host will be placed in DNS. The client will query for those SRV records and randomly choose a host for the initial activation and will use that same server for all renewals. The server can be changed manually through a script and will automatically change if the initial server is unavailable when activating or renewing. My question is has anyone found a way to designate one server as the primary KMS host and designate the other as failover only? The reason I ask is that it is preferred that the client communicate with the primary datacenter during normal operations and only talk to the DR datacenter when needed because the bandwidth between the offices and the DR datacenter is limited compared to the primary. I am sure that this has been done before but I can not find it MSFT's documentation. Thanks, Mark

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  • Debian + ProFTPD + LDAP Incorrect Password Issue

    - by Tristan Hall
    I have the LDAP configuration configured for ProFTPD and I have modified the modules.conf file to include the LDAP module. However, every time I login with FileZilla I get 530 Login Incorrect. It does this for all users except those whose passwords are defined locally as well as in LDAP. The exact same setup works fine on my CentOS server and I've already tried re-installing it after purging the configuration files.

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