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  • Run unit tests in Jenkins / Hudson in automated fashion from dev to build server

    - by Kevin Donde
    We are currently running a Jenkins (Hudson) CI server to build and package our .net web projects and database projects. Everything is working great but I want to start writing unit tests and then only passing the build if the unit tests pass. We are using the built in msbuild task to build the web project. With the following arguments ... MsBuild Version .NET 4.0 MsBuild Build File ./WebProjectFolder/WebProject.csproj Command Line Arguments ./target:Rebuild /p:Configuration=Release;DeployOnBuild=True;PackageLocation=".\obj\Release\WebProject.zip";PackageAsSingleFile=True We need to run automated tests over our code that run automatically when we build on our machines (post build event possibly) but also run when Jenkins does a build for that project. If you run it like this it doesn't build the unit tests project because the web project doesn't reference the test project. The test project would reference the web project but I'm pretty sure that would be butchering our automated builds as they exist primarily to build and package our deployments. Running these tests should be a step in that automated build and package process. Options ... Create two Jenkins jobs. one to run the tests ... if the tests pass another build is triggered which builds and packages the web project. Put the post build event on the test project. Build the solution instead of the project (make sure the solution contains the required tests) and put post build events on any test projects that would run the nunit console to run the tests. Then use the command line to copy all the required files from each of the bin and content directories into a package. Just build the test project in jenkins instead of the web project in jenkins. The test project would reference the web project (depending on what you're testing) and build it. Problems ... There's two jobs and not one. Two things to debug not one. One to see if the tests passed and one to build and compile the web project. The tests could pass but the build could fail if its something that isn't used by what you're testing ... This requires us to know exactly what goes into the build. Right now msbuild does it all for us. If you have multiple teams working on a project everytime an extra folder is created you have to worry about the possibly brittle command line statements. This seems like a corruption of our main purpose here. The tests should be a step in this process not the overriding most important thing in this process. I'm also not 100% sure that a triggered build is the same as a normal build does it do all the same things as a normal build. Move all the correct files in the same way move them all into the same directories etc. Initial problem. We want to run our tests whenever our main project is built. But adding a post build event to the web project that runs against the test project doesn't work because the web project doesn't reference the test project and won't trigger a build of this project. I could go on ... but that's enough ... We've spent about a week trying to make this work nicely but haven't succeeded. Feel free to edit this if you feel you can get a better response ...

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  • VMware Workstation Easy Install is unable to install Windows 8 with a product key specified

    - by Hippo
    I recently attempted to install Windows 8 Enterprise Edition in VMware Workstation. It specified that Easy Install would be used, and requested for the product key, for which I entered the generated MSDN key. This didn't work - the installation goes into a loop with each iteration of the loop ending with the following screen: The guest reboots and the process repeats after clicking "OK". Has anyone been able to successfully install their MSDN image with Easy Install in Workstation?

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  • Error with SQL Server Setup 2012 on Windows 2012

    - by Jeff
    I am trying to install SQL Server on Windows 2012. I was able to finally get the wizard up and running after making some changes on the server, but now it fails no matter what I do with the following error: TITLE: SQL Server Setup failure. SQL Server Setup has encountered the following error: There is an error in XML document (108, 148).. For help, click: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink?LinkID=20476&ProdName=Microsoft%20SQL%20Server&EvtSrc=setup.rll&EvtID=50000&EvtType=0x066FCAFD%25400x5539C151 LinkID: 20476 Product Name: Microsoft SQL Server Message Source setup.rll Message ID: 50000 EvtType: 0x066FCAFD%400x5539C151 What I've tried: Installing from commandline with /q Result from CL installation: Error result: -2147467259 Result facility code: 0 Result error code: 16389 Please review the summary.txt log for further details The Verbose CL installation reveals: Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1033: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1036_FRA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1036_FRA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1036: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1040_ITA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1040_ITA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1040: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1041_JPN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1041_JPN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1041: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1042_KOR_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1042_KOR_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1042: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1046_PTB_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1046_PTB_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1046: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1049_RUS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1049_RUS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1049: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\2052_CHS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\2052_CHS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_2052: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\3082_ESN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\3082_ESN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_3082: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1053_SVE_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1053_SVE_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_bids_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_bids_loc_Cpu64_1053: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_Cpu64: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1028_CHT_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1028_CHT_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1028: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1031_DEU_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1031_DEU_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1031: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1033: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1036_FRA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1036_FRA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1036: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1040_ITA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1040_ITA_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1040: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1041_JPN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1041_JPN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1041: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1042_KOR_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1042_KOR_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1042: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1046_PTB_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1046_PTB_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1046: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1049_RUS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1049_RUS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1049: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\2052_CHS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\2052_CHS_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_2052: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\3082_ESN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\3082_ESN_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_3082: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1053_SVE_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1053_SVE_LP\x64\setup\x64\sql_ssms_loc.msi' does not exist Package ID sql_ssms_loc_Cpu64_1053: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\x64\setup\sql_common_core_msi\x64\sql_common_core.msi' does not e Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\x64\setup\sql_common_core_msi\x64\sql_common_core.msi' does not e Package ID sql_common_core_Cpu64: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1028_CHT_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1028_CHT_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1028: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1031_DEU_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1031_DEU_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1031: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1033: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1036_FRA_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1036_FRA_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1036: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1040_ITA_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1040_ITA_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1040: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1041_JPN_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1041_JPN_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1041: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1042_KOR_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1042_KOR_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1042: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1046_PTB_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1046_PTB_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1046: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1049_RUS_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1049_RUS_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1049: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\2052_CHS_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\2052_CHS_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_2052: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\3082_ESN_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\3082_ESN_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_3082: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1053_SVE_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1053_SVE_LP\x64\setup\sql_common_core_loc_msi\x64\sql_common_core Package ID sql_common_core_loc_Cpu64_1053: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Temp\2\SQL Server 2012\Setup\1033_ENU_LP\x6 lSupport.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Local\Temp\2\SQL Server 2012\Setup\1033_ENU_LP\x6 lSupport.msi' does not exist Package ID SqlSupport_Cpu64: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\redist\watson\x86\dw20shared.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\redist\watson\x86\dw20shared.msi' does not exist Package ID WatsonX86_Cpu32: NotInstalled Package ID sqlncli_Cpu64: NotInstalled Package ID SqlLocalDB_Cpu64: NotInstalled Package ID SqlLocalDB_CTP3_Cpu64: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x86\SSDTStub.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x86\SSDTStub.msi' does not exist Package ID SSDTStub_Cpu32: NotInstalled Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x86\SSDTDBSvcExternals.msi' does not exist Sco: File 'C:\SQL Install\1033_ENU_LP\x64\setup\x86\SSDTDBSvcExternals.msi' does not exist What does this mean?

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  • Install build-essentials in ubuntu 12.04

    - by Mukul Shukla
    After I install a fresh copy of ubuntu and I need to install build-essentials, I have to type: sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade before installing build-essentials These two commands take a LOOTTT of time and install many things. Is there a way to install build-essentials without running these two commands, or a way that these two commands don't install all the updates and hence will take less time.

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  • CodeStock 2012 Review: Eric Landes( @ericlandes ) - Automated Tests in to automated Builds! How to put the right type of automated tests in to the right automated builds.

    Automated Tests in to automated Builds! How to put the right type of automated tests in to the right automated builds.Speaker: Eric LandesTwitter: @ericlandesBlog: http://ericlandes.com/ This was one of the first sessions I attended during CodeStock 2012. Eric’s talk focused mostly on unit testing, and that the lack of proper unit testing can be compared to stealing from an employer. His point was that if you’re not doing proper unit testing then all of the time wasted on fixing issues that could have been detected with unit tests is like stealing money from employer. He makes the assumption that that time spent on fixing these issues could have been better spent developing new features that drive the business. To a point I can agree with Eric’s argument regarding unit testing and stealing from a company’s perspective. I can see how he relates resources being shifted from new development to bug fixes as stealing based on the fact that the resources used to fix bugs are directly taken from other projects. He also states that Boring/Redundant and Build/Test tasks should be automated because it reduces the changes of errors and frees up developer to do what they do best, DEVELOP! When he refers to testing, he breaks testing down in to four distinct types. Unit Test Acceptance Test (This also includes Integration Tests) Performance Test UI Test With this he also recommends that developers should not go buck wild striving for 100% code coverage because some test my not provide a great return on investment. In his experience he recommends that 70% test coverage was a very acceptable rate.

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  • CodeStock 2012 Review: Eric Landes( @ericlandes ) - Automated Tests in to automated Builds! How to put the right type of automated tests in to the right automated builds.

    Automated Tests in to automated Builds! How to put the right type of automated tests in to the right automated builds.Speaker: Eric LandesTwitter: @ericlandesBlog: http://ericlandes.com/ This was one of the first sessions I attended during CodeStock 2012. Eric’s talk focused mostly on unit testing, and that the lack of proper unit testing can be compared to stealing from an employer. His point was that if you’re not doing proper unit testing then all of the time wasted on fixing issues that could have been detected with unit tests is like stealing money from employer. He makes the assumption that that time spent on fixing these issues could have been better spent developing new features that drive the business. To a point I can agree with Eric’s argument regarding unit testing and stealing from a company’s perspective. I can see how he relates resources being shifted from new development to bug fixes as stealing based on the fact that the resources used to fix bugs are directly taken from other projects. He also states that Boring/Redundant and Build/Test tasks should be automated because it reduces the changes of errors and frees up developer to do what they do best, DEVELOP! When he refers to testing, he breaks testing down in to four distinct types. Unit Test Acceptance Test (This also includes Integration Tests) Performance Test UI Test With this he also recommends that developers should not go buck wild striving for 100% code coverage because some test my not provide a great return on investment. In his experience he recommends that 70% test coverage was a very acceptable rate.

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  • Manual testing Vs Automated testing

    - by mgj
    Respected all, As many know testing can be mainly classified into manual and automated testing. With regard to this certain questions come to mind. Hope you can help... They include: What is the basic difference between the two types of testing? What are the elements of challenges involved in both manual and automated testing? What are the different skill sets required by a software tester for manual and automated testing respectively? What are the different job prospects and growth opportunities among software testers who do manual testing automated testing respectively? Is manual testing under rated to automated testing in anyway(s)? If yes, kindly specify the way. How differently are the manual testers treated in comparison to automated testers in the corporate world?( If they truly are differentiated in any terms as such ) I hope you can share your knowledge in answering these questions.. Thank you for your time..:)

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  • Too much memory consumed during TFS automated build

    - by Bernard Chen
    We're running TFS 2010 Standard Edition, and we've set up an automated build to run whenever someone checks in code. We run through all of the automated tests (built with MSTest) as part of the build. We've configured the build to run the tests as a 64-bit process, but the QTAgent.exe that runs the tests grows in memory while the tests are running. It is currently reaching 8GB for the ~650 tests we have, and the process has slowed significantly when we went from 450 tests to 650 tests. When we run all of the tests in the local development environment, memory seems to be freed at least with each TestClass and never exceeds a certain level. The process of running all tests has not increased significantly in the local development environment. Is there a way to configure the build service to free up memory with each Test or each TestClass? With the way things are currently running, the build process gets very slow when we start to run out of memory on the machine. Edit: I found the MSTest invocation in the build log and ran it manually and saw the same behavior of runaway memory. I removed the /publish, /publishbuild, /teamproject, /platform, and /flavor parameters from the invocation of MSTest, in case the test runner was holding onto results until the end, but the behavior didn't change. I ran the same command line on a dev box, separate from the build server, and the memory freed up frequently. It seems there must be something wrong/different about the build server that is causing it to behave different, but I'm stumped where to look. I've looked at qtagent.exe.config, mstest.exe.config, versions of both executables. What else might affect this?

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  • Cannot find install-sh, install.sh, or shtool in ac-aux

    - by Micah
    This is my first time trying to compile and install anything on a linux machine. I got the latest version of https://github.com/processone/exmpp via git and read the instructions which state: 2. Build and install Exmpp uses the Autotools. Therefore the process is quite common: $ ./configure $ make $ sudo make install after type ./configure I get the error Cannot find install-sh, install.sh, or shtool in ac-aux Google was of little to no help. Not sure at all what I'm supposed to do. Any help would be much appreciated

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  • "make" and "make install" never work

    - by Nirmik
    I have been trying it from a long time now and this time it got my nerves... The commands make and make install used to install a program from an extracted tar ball never work for some reason... The make command gives me the error- make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop. and the make install command gives me the error make: *** No rule to make target `install'. Stop. Why are these commands not executing? What should I do to solve this issue?

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  • editing automated SharePoint emails

    - by Richard Collins
    Sharepoint sends out an automated email when a site collection has reached its quota warning level. The email says: You are receiving this e-mail message because you are an administrator of the following SharePoint Web site, which has exceeded the warning level for storage: https://mysite.xxx.ac.uk/personal/xxx/. To see how much storage is being taken up by this site, go to the View site collection usage summary: https://mysite.xxx.ac.uk/personal/xxx/_layouts/Usage.aspx. The problem is that the usage summary link needs to point somewhere else instead. How can I edit the body of the email to change the link? Thanks.

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  • How can I write automated tests for iptables?

    - by Phil Frost
    I am configuring a Linux router with iptables. I want to write acceptance tests for the configuration that assert things like: traffic from some guy on the internet is not forwarded, and TCP to port 80 on the webserver in the DMZ from hosts on the corporate LAN is forwarded. An ancient FAQ alludes to a iptables -C option which allows one to ask something like, "given a packet from X, to Y, on port Z, would it be accepted or dropped?" Although the FAQ suggests it works like this, for iptables (but maybe not ipchains as it uses in the examples) the -C option seems to not simulate a test packet running through all the rules, but rather checks for the existence for an exactly matching rule. This has little value as a test. I want to assert that the rules have the desired effect, not just that they exist. I've considered creating yet more test VMs and a virtual network, then probing with tools like nmap for effects. However, I'm avoiding this solution due to the complexity of creating all those additional virtual machines, which is really quite a heavy way to generate some test traffic. It would also be nice to have an automated testing methodology which can also work on a real server in production. How else might I solve this problem? Is there some mechanism I might use to generate or simulate arbitrary traffic, then know if it was (or would be) dropped or accepted by iptables?

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  • Project ideas for automated deduction/automated theorem proving?

    - by wsh
    Dear Stack Overflow brethren, I'm a second-semester junior who will embark upon my thesis soon, and I have an interest in automated deduction and automated theorem provers. As in, I'd like to advance the art in some way (I don't mean that pretentiously, but I do want to do something productive). I've Googled pretty far and wide and so far few promising ideas have emerged. There are a few student project idea pages, but most seem either horribly outdated or too advanced (I was originally going to attempt to synthesize postmodernist thought (hahaha) and abstract its logical content, build a complete and consistent model (if possible, of course), and attempt to automate it, grounding said model as possible in a nonstandard logic a la these. My advisor thought that gave postmodernist thought too much credit (a while ago I reimplemented the Postmodernism Generator in Haskell with Parsec, so that is in part where the idea came from); I am tempted to concur.) So, yeah. Does anyone have ideas? I apologize if there is some obvious gap in my approach here/if I haven't appropriately done my homework (and if there is one, please tell me!), but in large part I don't even know where to start, and thank you for reading all that.

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  • Download, Install, and Update Metro-Style Apps from the Windows Store in Windows 8

    - by Lori Kaufman
    The Windows Store is similar to the app stores for Apple iOS and Android devices and Windows phones. It allows you to buy and download both free and paid Metro-style apps for Windows 8. When you purchase an app from the Windows Store, it can be installed on up to five Windows PCs or tablets. A Microsoft email account is also required to download and install apps from the Windows store. NOTE: How-To Geek has released a Geek Trivia app for Windows 8. For more information about the app and for a link to download it, see our article. This article shows you how to download, install, and update Metro-style apps from the Windows Store. We also show you how to uninstall an app from the Metro Start screen. Why Enabling “Do Not Track” Doesn’t Stop You From Being Tracked HTG Explains: What is the Windows Page File and Should You Disable It? How To Get a Better Wireless Signal and Reduce Wireless Network Interference

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  • Demantra 7.3.1 Upgrade Path (Doc ID 1286000.1)

    - by Jeff Goulette
    Applies to: Oracle Demantra Demand Management - Version: 6.2.6 to 7.3.1 - Release: 6 to 7.3.0Information in this document applies to any platform. What is being announced?Customers that are on v7.3.0 and v7.3.0.1 and go directly to 7.3.1 with no further steps.Customers on v7.1.0, v7.1.1 and v7.2 branch, you can upgrade to v7.3.1 but there is an issue with the workflow.   You will need to apply patch <11068174>.Customers on older versions like 6.2.6 and 7.0.2, should upgrade to v7.1.1 and then upgrade to v7.3.1.  You must apply patch <11068174> for this upgrade path. Who to contact for more information?Please contact [email protected] for additional information.

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  • Automating Solaris 11 Zones Installation Using The Automated Install Server

    - by Orgad Kimchi
    Introduction How to use the Oracle Solaris 11 Automated install server in order to automate the Solaris 11 Zones installation. In this document I will demonstrate how to setup the Automated Install server in order to provide hands off installation process for the Global Zone and two Non Global Zones located on the same system. Architecture layout: Figure 1. Architecture layout Prerequisite Setup the Automated install server (AI) using the following instructions “How to Set Up Automated Installation Services for Oracle Solaris 11” The first step in this setup will be creating two Solaris 11 Zones configuration files. Step 1: Create the Solaris 11 Zones configuration files  The Solaris Zones configuration files should be in the format of the zonecfg export command. # zonecfg -z zone1 export > /var/tmp/zone1# cat /var/tmp/zone1 create -b set brand=solaris set zonepath=/rpool/zones/zone1 set autoboot=true set ip-type=exclusive add anet set linkname=net0 set lower-link=auto set configure-allowed-address=true set link-protection=mac-nospoof set mac-address=random end  Create a backup copy of this file under a different name, for example, zone2. # cp /var/tmp/zone1 /var/tmp/zone2 Modify the second configuration file with the zone2 configuration information You should change the zonepath for example: set zonepath=/rpool/zones/zone2 Step2: Copy and share the Zones configuration files  Create the NFS directory for the Zones configuration files # mkdir /export/zone_config Share the directory for the Zones configuration file # share –o ro /export/zone_config Copy the Zones configuration files into the NFS shared directory # cp /var/tmp/zone1 /var/tmp/zone2  /export/zone_config Verify that the NFS share has been created using the following command # share export_zone_config      /export/zone_config     nfs     sec=sys,ro Step 3: Add the Global Zone as client to the Install Service Use the installadm create-client command to associate client (Global Zone) with the install service To find the MAC address of a system, use the dladm command as described in the dladm(1M) man page. The following command adds the client (Global Zone) with MAC address 0:14:4f:2:a:19 to the s11x86service install service. # installadm create-client -e “0:14:4f:2:a:19" -n s11x86service You can verify the client creation using the following command # installadm list –c Service Name  Client Address     Arch   Image Path ------------  --------------     ----   ---------- s11x86service 00:14:4F:02:0A:19  i386   /export/auto_install/s11x86service We can see the client install service name (s11x86service), MAC address (00:14:4F:02:0A:19 and Architecture (i386). Step 4: Global Zone manifest setup  First, get a list of the installation services and the manifests associated with them: # installadm list -m Service Name   Manifest        Status ------------   --------        ------ default-i386   orig_default   Default s11x86service  orig_default   Default Then probe the s11x86service and the default manifest associated with it. The -m switch reflects the name of the manifest associated with a service. Since we want to capture that output into a file, we redirect the output of the command as follows: # installadm export -n s11x86service -m orig_default >  /var/tmp/orig_default.xml Create a backup copy of this file under a different name, for example, orig-default2.xml, and edit the copy. # cp /var/tmp/orig_default.xml /var/tmp/orig_default2.xml Use the configuration element in the AI manifest for the client system to specify non-global zones. Use the name attribute of the configuration element to specify the name of the zone. Use the source attribute to specify the location of the config file for the zone.The source location can be any http:// or file:// location that the client can access during installation. The following sample AI manifest specifies two Non-Global Zones: zone1 and zone2 You should replace the server_ip with the ip address of the NFS server. <!DOCTYPE auto_install SYSTEM "file:///usr/share/install/ai.dtd.1"> <auto_install>   <ai_instance>     <target>       <logical>         <zpool name="rpool" is_root="true">           <filesystem name="export" mountpoint="/export"/>           <filesystem name="export/home"/>           <be name="solaris"/>         </zpool>       </logical>     </target>     <software type="IPS">       <source>         <publisher name="solaris">           <origin name="http://pkg.oracle.com/solaris/release"/>         </publisher>       </source>       <software_data action="install">         <name>pkg:/[email protected]</name>         <name>pkg:/group/system/solaris-large-server</name>       </software_data>     </software>     <configuration type="zone" name="zone1" source="file:///net/server_ip/export/zone_config/zone1"/>     <configuration type="zone" name="zone2" source="file:///net/server_ip/export/zone_config/zone2"/>   </ai_instance> </auto_install> The following example adds the /var/tmp/orig_default2.xml AI manifest to the s11x86service install service # installadm create-manifest -n s11x86service -f /var/tmp/orig_default2.xml -m gzmanifest You can verify the manifest creation using the following command # installadm list -n s11x86service  -m Service/Manifest Name  Status   Criteria ---------------------  ------   -------- s11x86service    orig_default        Default  None    gzmanifest          Inactive None We can see from the command output that the new manifest named gzmanifest has been created and associated with the s11x86service install service. Step 5: Non Global Zone manifest setup The AI manifest for non-global zone installation is similar to the AI manifest for installing the global zone. If you do not provide a custom AI manifest for a non-global zone, the default AI manifest for Zones is used The default AI manifest for Zones is available at /usr/share/auto_install/manifest/zone_default.xml. In this example we should use the default AI manifest for zones The following sample default AI manifest for zones # cat /usr/share/auto_install/manifest/zone_default.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!--  Copyright (c) 2011, 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. --> <!DOCTYPE auto_install SYSTEM "file:///usr/share/install/ai.dtd.1"> <auto_install>     <ai_instance name="zone_default">         <target>             <logical>                 <zpool name="rpool">                     <!--                       Subsequent <filesystem> entries instruct an installer                       to create following ZFS datasets:                           <root_pool>/export         (mounted on /export)                           <root_pool>/export/home    (mounted on /export/home)                       Those datasets are part of standard environment                       and should be always created.                       In rare cases, if there is a need to deploy a zone                       without these datasets, either comment out or remove                       <filesystem> entries. In such scenario, it has to be also                       assured that in case of non-interactive post-install                       configuration, creation of initial user account is                       disabled in related system configuration profile.                       Otherwise the installed zone would fail to boot.                     -->                     <filesystem name="export" mountpoint="/export"/>                     <filesystem name="export/home"/>                     <be name="solaris">                         <options>                             <option name="compression" value="on"/>                         </options>                     </be>                 </zpool>             </logical>         </target>         <software type="IPS">             <destination>                 <image>                     <!-- Specify locales to install -->                     <facet set="false">facet.locale.*</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.de</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.de_DE</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.en</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.en_US</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.es</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.es_ES</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.fr</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.fr_FR</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.it</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.it_IT</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.ja</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.ja_*</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.ko</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.ko_*</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.pt</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.pt_BR</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.zh</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.zh_CN</facet>                     <facet set="true">facet.locale.zh_TW</facet>                 </image>             </destination>             <software_data action="install">                 <name>pkg:/group/system/solaris-small-server</name>             </software_data>         </software>     </ai_instance> </auto_install> (optional) We can customize the default AI manifest for Zones Create a backup copy of this file under a different name, for example, zone_default2.xml and edit the copy # cp /usr/share/auto_install/manifest/zone_default.xml /var/tmp/zone_default2.xml Edit the copy (/var/tmp/zone_default2.xml) The following example adds the /var/tmp/zone_default2.xml AI manifest to the s11x86service install service and specifies that zone1 and zone2 should use this manifest. # installadm create-manifest -n s11x86service -f /var/tmp/zone_default2.xml -m zones_manifest -c zonename="zone1 zone2" Note: Do not use the following elements or attributes in a non-global zone AI manifest:     The auto_reboot attribute of the ai_instance element     The http_proxy attribute of the ai_instance element     The disk child element of the target element     The noswap attribute of the logical element     The nodump attribute of the logical element     The configuration element Step 6: Global Zone profile setup We are going to create a global zone configuration profile which includes the host information for example: host name, ip address name services etc… # sysconfig create-profile –o /var/tmp/gz_profile.xml You need to provide the host information for example:     Default router     Root password     DNS information The output should eventually disappear and be replaced by the initial screen of the System Configuration Tool (see Figure 2), where you can do the final configuration. Figure 2. Profile creation menu You can validate the profile using the following command # installadm validate -n s11x86service –P /var/tmp/gz_profile.xml Validating static profile gz_profile.xml...  Passed Next, instantiate a profile with the install service. In our case, use the following syntax for doing this # installadm create-profile -n s11x86service  -f /var/tmp/gz_profile.xml -p  gz_profile You can verify profile creation using the following command # installadm list –n s11x86service  -p Service/Profile Name  Criteria --------------------  -------- s11x86service    gz_profile         None We can see that the gz_profie has been created and associated with the s11x86service Install service. Step 7: Setup the Solaris Zones configuration profiles The step should be similar to the Global zone profile creation on step 6 # sysconfig create-profile –o /var/tmp/zone1_profile.xml # sysconfig create-profile –o /var/tmp/zone2_profile.xml You can validate the profiles using the following command # installadm validate -n s11x86service -P /var/tmp/zone1_profile.xml Validating static profile zone1_profile.xml...  Passed # installadm validate -n s11x86service -P /var/tmp/zone2_profile.xml Validating static profile zone2_profile.xml...  Passed Next, associate the profiles with the install service The following example adds the zone1_profile.xml configuration profile to the s11x86service  install service and specifies that zone1 should use this profile. # installadm create-profile -n s11x86service  -f  /var/tmp/zone1_profile.xml -p zone1_profile -c zonename=zone1 The following example adds the zone2_profile.xml configuration profile to the s11x86service  install service and specifies that zone2 should use this profile. # installadm create-profile -n s11x86service  -f  /var/tmp/zone2_profile.xml -p zone2_profile -c zonename=zone2 You can verify the profiles creation using the following command # installadm list -n s11x86service -p Service/Profile Name  Criteria --------------------  -------- s11x86service    zone1_profile      zonename = zone1    zone2_profile      zonename = zone2    gz_profile         None We can see that we have three profiles in the s11x86service  install service     Global Zone  gz_profile     zone1            zone1_profile     zone2            zone2_profile. Step 8: Global Zone setup Associate the global zone client with the manifest and the profile that we create in the previous steps The following example adds the manifest and profile to the client (global zone), where: gzmanifest  is the name of the manifest. gz_profile  is the name of the configuration profile. mac="0:14:4f:2:a:19" is the client (global zone) mac address s11x86service is the install service name. # installadm set-criteria -m  gzmanifest  –p  gz_profile  -c mac="0:14:4f:2:a:19" -n s11x86service You can verify the manifest and profile association using the following command # installadm list -n s11x86service -p  -m Service/Manifest Name  Status   Criteria ---------------------  ------   -------- s11x86service    gzmanifest                   mac  = 00:14:4F:02:0A:19    orig_default        Default  None Service/Profile Name  Criteria --------------------  -------- s11x86service    gz_profile         mac      = 00:14:4F:02:0A:19    zone2_profile      zonename = zone2    zone1_profile      zonename = zone1 Step 9: Provision the host with the Non-Global Zones The next step is to boot the client system off the network and provision it using the Automated Install service that we just set up. First, boot the client system. Figure 3 shows the network boot attempt (when done on an x86 system): Figure 3. Network Boot Then you will be prompted by a GRUB menu, with a timer, as shown in Figure 4. The default selection (the "Text Installer and command line" option) is highlighted.  Press the down arrow to highlight the second option labeled Automated Install, and then press Enter. The reason we need to do this is because we want to prevent a system from being automatically re-installed if it were to be booted from the network accidentally. Figure 4. GRUB Menu What follows is the continuation of a networked boot from the Automated Install server,. The client downloads a mini-root (a small set of files in which to successfully run the installer), identifies the location of the Automated Install manifest on the network, retrieves that manifest, and then processes it to identify the address of the IPS repository from which to obtain the desired software payload. Non-Global Zones are installed and configured on the first reboot after the Global Zone is installed. You can list all the Solaris Zones status using the following command # zoneadm list -civ Once the Zones are in running state you can login into the Zone using the following command # zlogin –z zone1 Troubleshooting Automated Installations If an installation to a client system failed, you can find the client log at /system/volatile/install_log. NOTE: Zones are not installed if any of the following errors occurs:     A zone config file is not syntactically correct.     A collision exists among zone names, zone paths, or delegated ZFS datasets in the set of zones to be installed     Required datasets are not configured in the global zone. For more troubleshooting information see “Installing Oracle Solaris 11 Systems” Conclusion This paper demonstrated the benefits of using the Automated Install server to simplify the Non Global Zones setup, including the creation and configuration of the global zone manifest and the Solaris Zones profiles.

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  • Using WebDAV for automated downloads

    - by Geo Ego
    I currently manage a number of sites (at one point about a dozen, currently four, but soon growing into the dozens or hundreds) that serve a piece of software to clients at their remote locations. Our web server is Windows SBS Server 2k3, and the remote servers are Windows Server 2k3.When we have new versions of the software, I upload this new software to a specific directory and rename it; each time the clients boot, they pull their software from that specific directory. With just a few sites, it's no problem for me to RDP in and copy the files over. As the number grows, this will quickly become quite unwieldy. So I'm thinking that WebDAV would be part of a solution, so that I could simply push the newest version to our server (Windows SBS Server 2003) and make it available to the sites to grab. However, on the remote server side, what are some suggestions for automating the download? I only want the servers to download the files during downtime (between 3 AM and 9 AM), and I only want them to download if there is a new version available. I had thought of writing a program that checked the files on the WebDAV server at a regular interval, compared a hash of the current software to a hash of the software on the server, and only downloaded if they were different, but I'm wondering if there is something I am unaware of that can automate the process.

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  • Trying to install ubuntu netbook 10.10 but it hangs on the "who are you" screen

    - by Jonathan
    I have an acer aspire one ZG8 netbook, and I have wanted to put ubuntu on it for some time. But it won't install. It has wiped windows from my hard drive already, so I cant go back to the horrible 7 starter edition that came with this netbook. Would really love a way to fix this, but right now I am using the the "Try ubuntu" aspect just so I have use of the Internet. No idea if I will be able to download an older version and try again from here or what to do... Any help would be great.

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  • Automated unit testing, integration testing or acceptance testing

    - by bjarkef
    TDD and unit testing seems to be the big rave at the moment. But it is really that useful compared to other forms of automated testing? Intuitively I would guess that automated integration testing is way more useful than unit testing. In my experience the most bugs seems to be in the interaction between modules, and not so much the actual (usual limited) logic of each unit. Also regressions often happened because of changing interfaces between modules (and changed pre and post-conditions.) Am I misunderstanding something, or why are unit testing getting so much focus compared to integration testing? It is simply because it is assumed that integration testing is something you have, and unit testing is the next thing we need to learn to apply as developers? Or maybe unit testing simply yields the highest gain compared to the complexity of automating it? What are you experience with automated unit testing, automated integration testing, and automated acceptance testing, and in your experience what has yielded the highest ROI? and why? If you had to pick just one form of testing to be automated on your next project, which would it be? Thanks in advance.

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  • How to Install vaio-control-center from source?

    - by KasiyA
    I have a problem about turning off keyboard backlight that I asked here with no useful answers. After searching on internet I find a package for vaio control center and downloaded it from here, I don't know how to install it. This is the output of trying one solution: [email protected]:~/vaio-control-center-0.1$ ls compile Makefile run vaio-control-center vcc COPYING moc_main_window.cpp ui_main_window.h vaio-control-center.pro [email protected]:~/vaio-control-center-0.1$ ./compile make: *** No rule to make target `/usr/share/qt/mkspecs/linux-g++-64/qmake.conf', needed by `Makefile'. Stop. [email protected]:~/vaio-control-center-0.1$ ./run ./run: 3: ./run: ./vaio-control-center: not found [email protected]:~/vaio-control-center-0.1$ Updated I tried also with @pandya's suggestion from here. and the output is as follows: [email protected]:/# cd /home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# ls compile COPYING resource.qrc run sony-acpid vaio-control-center.pro vcc [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# ./compile -su: ./compile: Permission denied [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# sudo ./compile sudo: ./compile: command not found [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# gksudo ./compile [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# <----- nothing happened here [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# ./run -su: ./run: Permission denied [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# sudo ./run sudo: ./run: command not found [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# gksudo ./run [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# <----- nothing happened here [email protected]:/home/user/vaio-f11-linux.control-center# and after running that I didn't see any affect on keyboard backlight.

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  • Basics of automated tests?

    - by Muhammad Yasir
    Hi, Till now I've been testing my web (usually written in PHP) as well as desktop applications (normally Java or C#) manually. Now I read somewhere on the net about automated tests. I tried searching to know about it in details but almost all searches end up at things like PHPUnit. Could someone please put some light on the theory behind automated tests? How a software can be tested automatically? Any limitations etc? Or may be you can tell me a place where I can read about this. Regards

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  • How do I Install fonts on Windows Web Server 2008 R2

    - by Eric Brearley
    I would like to install Arial on to our web servers. Just need to add, this is because we generate reports server-side and make them available in a number of downloadable formats (Excel, PDF etc), hence the need to have the fonts installed on the server. I have console access to our webfarm, and from the server I've copied the .ttf files and placed them in c:\fonts folder. Then I run the following VBScript on the server. ' VBScript to install fonts on Blade Servers ' Arial font-family Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace("c:\fonts") Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName("arial.ttf") objFolderItem.InvokeVerb("Install") Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace("c:\fonts") Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName("arialbd.ttf") objFolderItem.InvokeVerb("Install") Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace("c:\fonts") Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName("arialbi.ttf") objFolderItem.InvokeVerb("Install") Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace("c:\fonts") Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName("ariali.ttf") objFolderItem.InvokeVerb("Install") Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace("c:\fonts") Set objFolderItem = objFolder.ParseName("ariblk.ttf") objFolderItem.InvokeVerb("Install") msgbox "Fonts installed" I get the message box, but no font installation pop-ups like I do when I run this script on my desktop. The fonts do not get installed, they do not sure in the font selection dialogue in notepad (on the web server) and we get the asp.net exception "Font 'Arial' cannot be found.". Have also restarted the server. I have also tried copying the .ttf files to the c:\windows\fonts folder and restarting the server. What do I need to do to install fonts on Windows Web Server 2008 R2?

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