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  • Opening Skype, Opera, OpenOffice logs me off

    - by anjanesh
    Whats common among Skype, Opera, OpenOffice in Ubuntu ? Whenever I open these applications I get logged off and shows back me the login screen. This started happening since the 10.10 upgrade. Forgot to mention : Yes, its x64.Each time I open these applications, the UI shows and then crashes. I started each app & logged the last few lines of /var/log/syslog after each crash. Looks like something to do with sound drivers ? Opera :Jan 8 09:33:20 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11532]: pid.c: Daemon already running. Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_avail_delay() returned strange values: delay 0 is less than avail 8. Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Most likely this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA developers. Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_dump(): Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Soft volume PCM Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Control: PCM Playback Volume Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: min_dB: -51 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: max_dB: 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: resolution: 256 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Slave: Hardware PCM card 0 'HDA Intel' device 0 subdevice 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: appl_ptr : 87320 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: hw_ptr : 87320 Jan 8 09:33:22 al-ubuntu kernel: [ 4962.078306] opera[11036]: segfault at 261 ip 0000000000000261 sp 00007fffed7cd9a8 error 14 in opera[400000+122b000] [email protected]:~$ SkypeJan 8 09:40:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12602]: pid.c: Daemon already running. Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_avail_delay() returned strange values: delay 0 is less than avail 8. Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Most likely this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA developers. Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_dump(): Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Soft volume PCM Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Control: PCM Playback Volume Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: min_dB: -51 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: max_dB: 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: resolution: 256 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Slave: Hardware PCM card 0 'HDA Intel' device 0 subdevice 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: appl_ptr : 87312 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: hw_ptr : 87312 [email protected]:~$ Open OfficeJan 8 09:43:46 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13157]: pid.c: Daemon already running. Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_avail_delay() returned strange values: delay 0 is less than avail 16. Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Most likely this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA developers. Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_dump(): Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Soft volume PCM Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Control: PCM Playback Volume Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: min_dB: -51 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: max_dB: 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: resolution: 256 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Slave: Hardware PCM card 0 'HDA Intel' device 0 subdevice 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: appl_ptr : 87320 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: hw_ptr : 87320 [email protected]:~$

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  • Decompiling a *.DLL to assembly for .net in delphi 4

    - by Lex Dean
    I love my Delphi 4 but at the same time I see the need to talk to windows .net This is a recompiled dll that I found on sourceforge.net/projects/delphinet/ (DelphiNet03.zip) by some nice people that fund the dll from some were. The real answer is to make this dll so that fits into Delphi as true Delphi code, and not a dll clip on. So we can make objects that use dot net in Delphi. Because I’m not an assembly freak, I’m freaking out a little with a wee sweek for help! 1/ How do I link the asm code with the data info at the bottom of this code. Can some one show me which calls to look for to make this link to data. 2/ I need to find the beginning of all the procedures and functions, but I cannot find a ‘RET’ statement. And what line is the beginning statement in this code. 3/ How do I identify were the jump statements go to, put them into Delphi format In this code it looks I can do:- jle 402890h \1000:00402854 7e3a add [eax], al \1000:00402856 0000 …………………………………………….. or ch, [edi+3eh] \1000:0040288d 0a6f3e xrefs first: 1000:00402854 number : 1 \; add [eax], al \1000:00402890 0000 //******************************* jle @@21 \\1000:00402854 7e3a add [eax], al \\1000:00402856 0000 …………………………………………….. or ch, [edi+3eh] \1000:0040288d 0a6f3e xrefs first: 1000:00402854 number : 1 \; @@21 add [eax], al \1000:00402890 0000 Is that a correct conversion. I think a xrefs first: 1000:004021d1 number : 1 is the best to follow 4/ I need a good reference on 8086 up assembly code that I can print out and get to learn properly. I found this asm decomplier of http://www.cronos.cc/ that is so similar to Delphi that it only needs a little more convertion to get it into Delphi asm I think. It’s only taken me 3 hours to get the file into TMemo and to write a few lines to chop the line over in a stream and reload the memo. Help please Email: [email protected] xrefs first: 1000:004041ae number : 1 \\; dd 4190h \\1000:00402000 90410000 dd 00h \\1000:00402004 00000000 dec eax \\1000:00402008 48 add [eax], al \\1000:00402009 0000 add [edx], al \\1000:0040200b 0002 add [eax], al \\1000:0040200d 0000 add [eax-2bffffd2h], al \\1000:0040200f 00802e0000d4 adc al, [eax] \\1000:00402015 1200 add [ecx], al \\1000:00402017 0001 add [eax], al \\1000:00402019 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040201b 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040201d 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040201f 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402021 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402023 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402025 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402027 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402029 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040202b 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040202d 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040202f 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402031 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402033 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402035 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402037 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402039 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040203b 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040203d 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040203f 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402041 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402043 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402045 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402047 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:00402049 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040204b 0000 add [eax], al \\1000:0040204d 0000 add [ebx], dl \\1000:0040204f 0013 xor [eax+eax], al \\1000:00402051 300400 or al, [ecx] \\1000:00402054 0a01 add [eax], al \\1000:00402056 0000 add [eax], eax \\1000:00402058 0100 add [ecx], dl \\1000:0040205a 0011 push cs \\1000:0040205c 0e add al, 50h \\1000:0040205d 0450 mov gs, [ecx+05h] \\1000:0040205f 8e6905 push eax \\1000:00402062 50 mov gs, [ecx+2eh] \\1000:00402063 8e692e add eax, f938h \\1000:00402066 0538f90000 add [ebx], al \\1000:0040206b 0003 jc 402070h \\1000:0040206d 7201 add [eax], al \\1000:0040206f 0000 jo 40209bh \\1000:00402071 7028 add al, [eax] \\1000:00402073 0200 add [edx], cl \\1000:00402075 000a sub eax, 36f0408h \\1000:00402077 2d08046f03 add [eax], al \\1000:0040207c 0000 or ch, [ebx] \\1000:0040207e 0a2b push es \\1000:00402080 06 add al, 6fh \\1000:00402081 046f add al, 00h \\1000:00402083 0400 add [edx], cl \\1000:00402085 000a adc eax, [edi] \\1000:00402087 1307 push ss \\1000:00402089 16 adc ecx, [eax] \\1000:0040208a 1308 cmp cl, cl \\1000:0040208c 38c9 add [eax], al \\1000:0040208e 0000 add [ecx], dl \\1000:00402090 0011 pop es \\1000:00402092 07 adc [eax], ecx \\1000:00402093 1108 callf 056f:060a9a08h \\1000:00402095 9a0a066f05 add [eax], al \\1000:0040209a 0000 or cl, [ebx] \\1000:0040209c 0a0b push es \\1000:0040209e 06 outsd \\1000:0040209f 6f push es \\1000:004020a0 06 add [eax], al \\1000:004020a1 0000 or al, [ebx] \\1000:004020a3 0a03 sub [edx], al \\1000:004020a5 2802 add [eax], al \\1000:004020a7 0000 or bh, [ecx] \\1000:004020a9 0a39 movsd \\1000:004020ab a5 add [eax], al \\1000:004020ac 0000 add [edi], al \\1000:004020ae 0007 mov gs, [ecx+0eh] \\1000:004020b0 8e690e add al, 50h \\1000:004020b3 0450 mov gs, [ecx+40h] \\1000:004020b5 8e6940 cwde \\1000:004020b8 98 add [eax], al \\1000:004020b9 0000 add [edi], dl \\1000:004020bb 0017 or al, 16h \\1000:004020bd 0c16 or eax, 9072b2bh \\1000:004020bf 0d2b2b0709 callf 0000:076f9a09h \\1000:004020c4 9a6f070000 or ch, [edi+08h] \\1000:004020c9 0a6f08 add [eax], al \\1000:004020cc 0000 or ch, [eax+ebx] \\1000:004020ce 0a2c18 push cs \\1000:004020d1 0e add al, 50h \\1000:004020d2 0450 or [edx+d72h], ebx \\1000:004020d4 099a720d0000 jo 402104h \\1000:004020da 7028 or [eax], eax \\1000:004020dc 0900 add [edx], cl \\1000:004020de 000a add dl, cs:[esi] \\1000:004020e0 2e0216 or al, 08h \\1000:004020e3 0c08 sub eax, 90c2b02h \\1000:004020e5 2d022b0c09 pop ss \\1000:004020ea 17 pop eax \\1000:004020eb 58 or eax, 50040e09h \\1000:004020ec 0d090e0450 mov gs, [ecx+32h] \\1000:004020f1 8e6932 int 08h \\1000:004020f4 cd08 sub al, 5ch \\1000:004020f6 2c5c push ss \\1000:004020f8 16 adc eax, [ebx+ebp] \\1000:004020f9 13042b dec esi \\1000:004020fc 4e push cs \\1000:004020fd 0e add al, 50h \\1000:004020fe 0450 adc [edx+ebx*4], eax \\1000:00402100 11049a jc 402112h \\1000:00402103 720d add [eax], al \\1000:00402105 0000 jo 402131h \\1000:00402107 7028 or [eax], eax \\1000:00402109 0900 add [edx], cl \\1000:0040210b 000a xor esi, [esi] \\1000:0040210d 3336 pop es \\1000:0040210f 07 adc [edx+ebx*4], eax \\1000:00402110 11049a outsd \\1000:00402113 6f pop es \\1000:00402114 07 add [eax], al \\1000:00402115 0000 or ch, [edi+0ah] \\1000:00402117 0a6f0a add [eax], al \\1000:0040211a 0000 or dl, [ebx] \\1000:0040211c 0a13 push es \\1000:0040211e 06 add eax, 9a041150h \\1000:0040211f 055011049a sub [ebx], cl \\1000:00402124 280b add [eax], al \\1000:00402126 0000 or dl, [edx] \\1000:00402128 0a12 push es \\1000:0040212a 06 adc al, [c28h] \\1000:0040212b 1205280c0000 xrefs first: 1000:00402107 number : 1 \\; or ch, [edx+eax] \\1000:00402131 0a2c02 sub ebx, [esi] \\1000:00402134 2b1e push cs \\1000:00402136 0e add al, 50h \\1000:00402137 0450 adc [edi+eax], eax \\1000:00402139 110407 adc [edx+ebx*4], eax \\1000:0040213c 11049a outsd \\1000:0040213f 6f pop es \\1000:00402140 07 add [eax], al \\1000:00402141 0000 or ah, [edx+58170411h] \\1000:00402143 0aa211041758 adc eax, [ecx+edx] \\1000:00402149 130411 add al, 0eh \\1000:0040214c 040e add al, 50h \\1000:0040214e 0450 mov gs, [ecx+32h] \\1000:00402150 8e6932 test eax, 58170811h \\1000:00402153 a911081758 adc ecx, [eax] \\1000:00402158 1308 adc [eax], ecx \\1000:0040215a 1108 adc [edi], eax \\1000:0040215c 1107 mov gs, [ecx+3fh] \\1000:0040215e 8e693f sub al, ffh \\1000:00402161 2cff db ff \\1000:00402163 ff jmp [edx] \\1000:00402164 ff2a add [eax], al \\1000:00402166 0000 adc esi, [eax] \\1000:00402168 1330 add eax, 8100h \\1000:0040216a 0500810000 add [edx], al \\1000:0040216f 0002 add [eax], al \\1000:00402171 0000 adc [edx+esi*2], eax \\1000:00402173 110472 xor eax, [eax] \\1000:00402176 3300 add [eax+28h], dh \\1000:00402178 007028 add al, [eax] \\1000:0040217b 0200 add [edx], cl \\1000:0040217d 000a sub al, 09h \\1000:0040217f 2c09 add ebp, [eax] \\1000:00402181 0328 or eax, a0a0000h \\1000:00402183 0d00000a0a sub eax, [edi] \\1000:00402188 2b07 add al, 28h \\1000:0040218a 0428 push cs \\1000:0040218c 0e add [eax], al \\1000:0040218d 0000 or cl, [edx] \\1000:0040218f 0a0a push es \\1000:00402191 06 add eax, f6f1717h \\1000:00402192 0517176f0f add [eax], al \\1000:00402197 0000 or cl, [ebx] \\1000:00402199 0a0b push ss \\1000:0040219b 16 lea eax, [edx] \\1000:0040219c 8d02 add [eax], al \\1000:0040219e 0000 add [esi+ecx], ecx \\1000:004021a0 010c0e add al, 2ch \\1000:004021a3 042c push cs \\1000:004021a5 260e add al, 8eh \\1000:004021a7 048e c160d imul edi, [eax+28dh], d160c01h \\1000:004021a9 69b88d020000010c sub edx, [eax] \\1000:004021b3 2b10 or [ecx], cl \\1000:004021b5 0809 push cs \\1000:004021b7 0e add al, 09h \\1000:004021b8 0409 callf 0000:106f9a09h \\1000:004021ba 9a6f100000 or ah, [edx+d581709h] \\1000:004021bf 0aa20917580d or [esi], ecx \\1000:004021c5 090e add al, 8eh \\1000:004021c7 048e imul esi, [edx], 17202e9h \\1000:004021c9 6932e9027201 add [eax], al \\1000:004021cf 0000 jo 4021dah \\1000:004021d1 7007 db 0f \\1000:004021d3 0f add al, 12h \\1000:004021d4 0412 add ch, [eax] \\1000:004021d6 0228 add [eax], eax \\1000:004021d8 0100 xrefs first: 1000:004021d1 number : 1 \\; add [esi], al \\1000:004021da 0006 pop es \\1000:004021dc 07 or [edi+11h], ch \\1000:004021dd 086f11 add [eax], al \\1000:004021e0 0000 or dl, [ebx] \\1000:004021e2 0a13 add al, 11h \\1000:004021e4 0411 add al, 0eh \\1000:004021e6 040e add al, 6fh \\1000:004021e8 046f adc al, [eax] \\1000:004021ea 1200 add [edx], cl \\1000:004021ec 000a adc eax, [511002bh] \\1000:004021ee 13052b001105 sub al, [eax] \\1000:004021f4 2a00 add [eax], al \\1000:004021f6 0000 adc esi, [eax] \\1000:004021f8 1330 add eax, 4e00h \\1000:004021fa 05004e0000 add [ebx], al \\1000:004021ff 0003 add [eax], al \\1000:00402201 0000 adc [ebx], eax \\1000:00402203 1103 outsd \\1000:00402205 6f adc [eax], al \\1000:00402206 1000 add [edx], cl \\1000:00402208 000a or al, [8db8698eh] \\1000:0040220a 0a058e69b88d add al, [eax] \\1000:00402210 0200 add [ecx], al \\1000:00402212 0001 or edx, [esi] \\1000:00402214 0b16 or al, 2bh \\1000:00402216 0c2b db 0f \\1000:00402218 0f pop es \\1000:00402219 07 or [106f9a08h], al \\1000:0040221a 0805089a6f10 add [eax], al \\1000:00402220 0000 or ah, [edx+c581708h] \\1000:00402222 0aa20817580c or [eb32698eh], al \\1000:00402228 08058e6932eb add al, [esi+eax] \\1000:0040222e 020406 lsl edx, [edx] \\1000:00402231 0f0312 add [eax], ebp \\1000:00402234 0128 add [eax], eax \\1000:00402236 0100 add [esi], al \\1000:00402238 0006 push es \\1000:0040223a 06 add al, 07h \\1000:0040223b 0407 outsd \\1000:0040223d 6f adc eax, [eax] \\1000:0040223e 1300 add [edx], cl \\1000:00402240 000a or eax, 6f050309h \\1000:00402242 0d0903056f adc al, 00h \\1000:00402247 1400 add [edx], cl \\1000:00402249 000a adc eax, [ebx+ebp] \\1000:0040224b 13042b add [ecx], dl \\1000:0040224e 0011 add al, 2ah \\1000:00402250 042a add [eax], al \\1000:00402252 0000 adc esi, [eax] \\1000:00402254 1330 add eax, 7600h \\1000:00402256 0500760000 add [eax+eax], al \\1000:0040225b 000400 add [ecx], dl \\1000:0040225e 0011 add al, 72h \\1000:00402260 0472 xor eax, [eax] \\1000:00402262 3300 add [eax+28h], dh \\1000:00402264 007028 add al, [eax] \\1000:00402267 0200 add [edx], cl \\1000:00402269 000a sub al, 09h \\1000:0040226b 2c09 add ebp, [eax] \\1000:0040226d 0328 or eax, a0a0000h \\1000:0040226f 0d00000a0a sub eax, [edi] \\1000:00402274 2b07 add al, 28h \\1000:00402276 0428 push cs \\1000:00402278 0e add [eax], al \\1000:00402279 0000 or cl, [edx] \\1000:0040227b 0a0a push es \\1000:0040227d 06 add eax, f6f1717h \\1000:0040227e 0517176f0f add [eax], al \\1000:00402283 0000 or cl, [ebx] \\1000:00402285 0a0b push cs \\1000:00402287 0e add eax, 8db8698eh \\1000:00402288 058e69b88d add al, [eax] \\1000:0040228d 0200 add [ecx], al \\1000:0040228f 0001 or al, 16h \\1000:00402291 0c16 or eax, 908102bh \\1000:00402293 0d2b100809 push cs \\1000:00402298 0e add eax, 106f9a09h \\1000:00402299 05099a6f10 add [eax], al \\1000:0040229e 0000 or ah, [edx+d581709h] \\1000:004022a0 0aa20917580d or [esi], ecx \\1000:004022a6 090e add eax, e932698eh \\1000:004022a8 058e6932e9 add cl, [esi] \\1000:004022ad 020e add al, 07h \\1000:004022af 0407 db 0f \\1000:004022b1 0f add eax, 1280212h \\1000:004022b2 0512022801 add [eax], al \\1000:004022b7 0000 push es \\1000:004022b9 06 pop es \\1000:004022ba 07 push cs \\1000:004022bb 0e add al, 08h \\1000:004022bc 0408 outsd \\1000:004022be 6f adc eax, [eax] \\1000:004022bf 1300 add [edx], cl \\1000:004022c1 000a adc eax, [ecx+edx] \\1000:004022c3 130411 add al, 14h \\1000:004022c6 0414 push cs \\1000:004022c8 0e add eax, 146fh \\1000:004022c9 056f140000 or dl, [ebx] \\1000:004022ce 0a13 add eax, 511002bh \\1000:004022d0 052b001105 sub al, [eax] \\1000:004022d5 2a00 add [ebx], dl \\1000:004022d7 0013 xor [eax+eax], al \\1000:004022d9 300400 jbe 4022deh \\1000:004022dc 7600 xrefs first: 1000:004022dc number : 1 \\; add fs:[esi+45h], cl \\1000:004034fc 64004e45 push esp \\1000:00403500 54 dec ecx \\1000:00403501 49 xrefs first: 1000:004034b2 number : 1 \\; outsb \\1000:00403502 6e jbe 403574h \\1000:00403503 766f imul esp, [ebp+43h], 6ch \\1000:00403505 6b65436c popad \\1000:00403509 61 jnc 40357fh \\1000:0040350a 7373 dec ebp \\1000:0040350c 4d jz 403578h \\1000:0040350d 657468 outsd \\1000:00403510 6f add fs:[esi+45h], cl \\1000:00403511 64004e45 push esp \\1000:00403515 54 push ebx \\1000:00403516 53 jz 40355fh \\1000:00403517 657445 outsb \\1000:0040351a 6e jnz 40358ah \\1000:0040351b 756d push esi \\1000:0040351d 56 xrefs first: 1000:004034b7 number : 1 \\; popad \\1000:0040351e 61 insb \\1000:0040351f 6c jnz 403587h \\1000:00403520 7565 add [esi+45h], cl \\1000:00403522 004e45 push esp \\1000:00403525 54 inc edi \\1000:00403526 47 db 65 ;'e' \\1000:00403527 65 xrefs first: 1000:004034be number : 1 \\; db 74 ;'t' \\1000:00403528 74 db 50 ;'p' \\1000:00403529 50 db 72 ;'r' \\1000:0040352a 72 db 6f ;'o' \\1000:0040352b 6f db 70 ;'p' \\1000:0040352c 70 db 65 ;'e' \\1000:0040352d 65 db 72 ;'r' \\1000:0040352e 72 db 74 ;'t' \\1000:0040352f 74 db 79 ;'y' \\1000:00403530 79 db 00 \\1000:00403531 00 db 4e ;'n' \\1000:00403532 4e db 45 ;'e' \\1000:00403533 45 db 54 ;'t' \\1000:00403534 54 db 47 ;'g' \\1000:00403535 47 db 65 ;'e' \\1000:00403536 65 db 74 ;'t' \\1000:00403537 74 db 46 ;'f' \\1000:00403538 46 db 69 ;'i' \\1000:00403539 69 db 65 ;'e' \\1000:0040353a 65 db 6c ;'l' \\1000:0040353b 6c db 64 ;'d' \\1000:0040353c 64 db 00 \\1000:0040353d 00 could not fit the rest in because of Stack overflow limitions

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  • Assembly Language bug with space character

    - by Bobby
    Having a bit of difficulty getting my input to print once a white space character is inputted. So far, i have it to display the uppercase/lowercase of the input but once i enter a string it doesnt read whats after the white space character. any suggestions? EDIT: intel x86 processor and im using EMU8086 org 100h include 'emu8086.inc' printn "Enter string to convert" mov dx,20 call get_string printn mov bx,di mov ah,0eh mov al,[ds+bx] cmp al, 41h cmp al, 5Ah jle ToLower1 cmp al, 61h cmp al, 7ah jle ToUpper1 ToLower1: add al, 20h int 10h jmp stop1 ToUpper1: sub al, 20h int 10h stop1: inc bx mov al,[ds+bx] cmp al, 41h cmp al, 5Ah jle ToLower2 cmp al, 61h cmp al, 7ah jle ToUpper2 ToLower2: add al, 20h int 10h jmp stop2 ToUpper2: sub al, 20h int 10h stop2: inc bx mov al,[ds+bx] cmp al, 41h cmp al, 5Ah jle ToLower3 cmp al, 61h cmp al, 7ah jle ToUpper3 ToLower3: add al, 20h int 10h jmp stop3 ToUpper3: sub al, 20h int 10h stop3: inc bx mov al,[ds+bx] cmp al, 41h cmp al, 5Ah jle ToLower4 cmp al, 61h cmp al, 7ah jle ToUpper4 ToLower4: add al, 20h int 10h jmp stop4 ToUpper4: sub al, 20h int 10h stop4: inc bx mov al,[ds+bx] cmp al, 41h cmp al, 5Ah jle ToLower5 cmp al, 61h cmp al, 7ah jle ToUpper5 ToLower5: add al, 20h int 10h jmp stop5 ToUpper5: sub al, 20h int 10h stop5: printn hlt define_get_string define_print_string end

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  • Succesful Hosted TFS Event at VISUG by Hassan Fadili at Microsoft Belgium

    - by hassanfadili
    On Tuesday November 22th, VISUG User Group has hosted an event at Microsoft Belgium about Hosted TFS by Hassan Fadili see http://www.visug.be/Eventdetails/tabid/95/EventId/48/Default.aspx. This event was very interactive and many as 60 people have taken part. The topic was about Build, Relase and Deploy with TFS2011 and MS Deploy. A combination of Slides and Demo's was perfect to explain this common mechanism for developers.To learn more about this topic check the earlier article pubished by Hassan Fadili for Software Developer Network Community at: http://www.sdn.nl/SDN/Artikelen/tabid/58/view/View/ArticleID/3199/Build-Release-and-Deploy-BRD-using-TFS2010-MS-Web-Deploy-and-WIX3X.aspxIf you have questions/Suggestions or thoughts about this topic, feel free to contact me by E-mail: [email protected] and/or via Twitter: @HassanFad

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  • Oracle OpenWorld Series: Hassan Rizvi’s General Session

    - by Michelle Kimihira
    Join Hassan Rizvi, Executive Vice President of Product in this strategy and roadmap session, Oracle Fusion Middleware Strategies Driving Business Innovation (GEN9394) on Tuesday, October 2nd at 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM. Learn how developers leverage new innovations in their applications and customers achieve their business innovation goals with Oracle Fusion Middleware. You don’t want to miss Nintendo, Los Angeles Dept. of Water & Power and Nike!  Join us on October 2nd at 10:15 AM-11:15 AM in Moscone North, Hall D. Additional Information ·         Relevant Blogs: Oracle OpenWorld Countdown Begins ,  Best of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Fusion Middleware for Enterprise Applications, Amit Zavery's General Session, Announcing Fusion Innovation Awards, Oracle OpenWorld Blog ·         Focus On Docs: Best of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Fusion Middleware for Enterprise Applications, Mobile ·         Product Information on Oracle.com: Oracle Fusion Middleware ·         Subscribe to our regular Fusion Middleware Newsletter ·         Follow us on Twitter and Facebook

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  • Interview with Al-Sorayai Group’s Managing Director on the Oracle Retail deployment

    - by user801960
    Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with Sheik Al Sorayai, Managing Director of the Saudi Arabian carpet and rug manufacturer, the Al-Sorayai Group. His business has recently implemented Oracle® Retail Merchandising and Stores applications in only six months to support the launch of its new furniture retail concept, HomeStyle. With an aggressive growth strategy for the new business in place, the Oracle Retail solutions are enabling Al-Sorayai to coordinate merchandising and store operations and improve decision-making and insight to optimise margins, reduce inventory costs and provide a consistent customer experience.

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  • Problem in linking an nasm code

    - by Stefano
    I'm using a computer with an Intel Core 2 CPU and 2GB of RAM. The SO is Ubuntu 9.04. When I try to compile this code: ;programma per la simulazione di un terminale su PC, ottenuto utilizzando l'8250 ;in condizione di loopback , cioè Tx=Rx section .code64 section .data TXDATA EQU 03F8H ;TRASMETTITORE RXDATA EQU 03F8H ;RICEVITORE BAUDLSB EQU 03F8H ;DIVISORE DI BAUD RATE IN LSB BAUDMSB EQU 03F9H ;DIVISORE DI BAUD RATE IN MSB INTENABLE EQU 03F9H ;REGISTRO DI ABILITAZIONE DELL'INTERRUZIONE INTIDENTIF EQU 03FAH ;REGISTRO DI IDENTIFICAZIONE DELL'INTERRUZIONE LINECTRL EQU 03FBH ;REGISTRO DI CONTROLLO DELLA LINEA MODEMCTRL EQU 03FCH ;REGISTRO DI CONTROLLO DEL MODEM LINESTATUS EQU 03FDH ;REGISTRO DI STATO DELLA LINEA MODEMSTATUS EQU 03FEH ;REGISTRO DI STATO DEL MODEM BAUDRATEDIV DW 0060H ;DIVISOR: LOW=60, HIGH=00 -BAUD =9600 COUNTERCHAR DB 0 ;CHARACTER COUNTER ;DW 256 DUP (?) section .text global _start _start: ;PROGRAMMAZIONE 8250 MOV DX,LINECTRL MOV AL,80H ;BIT 7=1 PER INDIRIZZARE IL BAUD RATE OUT DX,AL MOV DX,BAUDLSB MOV AX,BAUDRATEDIV ;DEFINISCO FATTORE DI DIVISIONE OUT DX,AL MOV DX,BAUDMSB MOV AL,AH OUT DX,AL ;MSB MOV DX,LINECTRL MOV AL,00000011B ;8 BIT DATO, 1 STOP, PARITA' NO OUT DX,AL MOV DX,MODEMCTRL MOV AL,00010011B ;BIT 4=0 PER NO LOOPBACK OUT DX,AL MOV DX,INTENABLE XOR AL,AL ;DISABILITO TUTTI GLI INTERRUPTS OUT DX,AL CICLO: MOV DX,LINESTATUS IN AL,DX ;LEGGO IL REGISTRO DI STATO DELLA LINEA TEST AL,00011110B ;VERIFICO GLI ERRORI (4 TIPI) JNE ERRORI TEST AL,01H ;VERIFICO Rx PRONTO JNE LEGGOCHAR TEST AL,20H ;VERIFICO Tx VUOTO JE CICLO ;SE SI ARRIVA A QUESTO PUNTO ALLORA L'8250 è PRONTO PER TRASMETTERE UN NUOVO CARATTERE MOV AH,1 INT 80H JE CICLO ;SE SI ARRIVA A QUESTO PUNTO SIGNIFICA CHE ESISTE UN CARATTERE DA TASTIERA MOV AH,0 INT 80H ;Al CONTIENE IL CARATTERE DELLA TASTIERA MOV DX,3F8H OUT DX,AL JMP CICLO LEGGOCHAR: MOV AL,[COUNTERCHAR] INC AL CMP AL,15 JE FINE MOV [COUNTERCHAR],AL MOV DX,TXDATA IN AL,DX ;AL CONTIENE IL CARATTERE RICEVUTO AND AL,7FH ;POICHè VI SONO 7 BIT DI DATO ;VISUALIZZAZIONE DEL CARATTERE MOV BX,0 MOV AH,14 INT 80H POP AX CMP AL,0DH ;CONTROLLO SE RETURN JNE CICLO ;CAMBIO RIGA DI VISUALIZZAZIONE MOV AL,0AH MOV BX,0 MOV AH,14 ;INT 10H INT 80H JMP CICLO ;GESTIONE ERRORI ERRORI: MOV DX,3F8H IN AL,DX MOV AL,'?' MOV BX,0 MOV AH,14 INT 80H JMP CICLO FINE: XOR AH,AH MOV AL,03 INT 80H When I compile this code "NASM -f bin UARTLOOP.asm", the compiler can create the UARTLOOP.o file without any error. When I try to link the .o file with "ld UARTLOOP.o" it tells: UARTLOOP.o: In function `_start': UARTLOOP.asm:(.text+0xd): relocation truncated to fit: R_X86_64_16 against `.data' Have u got some ideas to solve this problem? Thx =)

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  • Il CRM è al passo con i tempi?

    - by antonella.buonagurio(at)oracle.com
    Il Social Customer Relationship Management è nato grazie alla rivoluzione portata dal Web 2.0, un cambiamento epocale nelle modalità di comunicazione che ha aggiunto una incredibile ricchezza alle conversazioni tra aziende e consumatori. Le aziende dispongono adesso di strumenti per comprendere il proprio mercato senza precedenti, i consumatori, a loro volta, hanno il potere di utilizzare nuovi canali per esprimere le proprie esigenze e per comunicare e condividere commenti ed esperienze. Ma il Web 2.0 non è il solo fattore che impatta sulle scelte strategiche in ambito CRM  che ogni azienda deve considerare per sostenere  questo nuovo rapporto con i propri consumatori.    Vuoi scoprire quali sono le forze (o fattori) che le aziende devono considerare affinchè i processi di gestione della relazione con i clienti stiano al passo con le mutate condizioni sociali ed economiche?   Per saperne di più:   Il whitepaper realizzato da Oracle, Paul Gillin ed  IT Business Edge  ne delinea alcuni: 1.      Il Business. Come è cambiato in funzione dell'esperienza multicanale ora possible, della centralità del cliente e dei social networking che dominano le relazioni on line? 2.      La tecnologiaLe aziende oggi per guadagnare vantaggio competitivo devono dotarsi delle più innovative tecnologie per dare maggior valore al proprio business e per ridurre al minimo i costi di infrastruttura. Quali sono e quali sono gli effettivi vantaggi?   e altri ancora ...... leggendo il white paper "Is your CRM solution keeping up with the times?"

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  • Al abrir archivo desde navegador se abre el directorio

    - by user67662
    al descargar un archivo a través de cualquier navegador (chrome, firefox, etc) e intentar abrirlo directamente, en vez de abrirse el archivo se abre el directorio en que se descargó. lo mismo me sucedió al intentar abrir un archivo desde el dash de gnome-shell. Esto sólo me sucede con los accesos directos a los archivos, cuando estoy dentro de nautilus se abre el archivo sin problemas. he intentado en distintos entornos de escritorio, el que uso más constantemente es Gnome-Shell, bajo Ubuntu 12.04 ¿cómo lo puedo solucionar? Gracias!

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  • SYSLINUX 4.07 EDD 2013-07-25 Copyright (C) 1994-2013 H. Peter Anvin et al [duplicate]

    - by Aniel Arias
    This question already has an answer here: Not booting from USB or CD (SYSLINUX Message) 10 answers this what is happening, i downloaded (ubuntu-gnome-14.04.1-desktop) and (elementaryos-unstable-amd64.20140810) to try out in my laptop and i have use (unetbootin-windows-608) and (Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.5.5) but i get this message every time i try to boot from the usb (SYSLINUX 4.07 EDD 2013-07-25 Copyright (C) 1994-2013 H. Peter Anvin et al) however i tried in an old desktop that i have and it works although the installer gets stuck on most of the time at the part of reading partitions/hard drives so please i really need help with this. note: i did installed os x long time ago and i broke windows installation then fix it following some online tutorials just for FYI thanks please can somebody help to fix this problem, i have been looking on google but haven't found anything in concrete. please help

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  • Error al instalar Visual Studio 2008 en Windows 7

    - by José Marcos García Espinosa
    Post/Install() failed in ISetupManager::InternalInstallManager() with HRESULT -2147023293. - Es el mensaje que aparece en la descripción del error o en los archivos de log. Algunos dicen que si buscas más a detalle encuentras el problema. Después de reintentar la instalación como 8 veces, desinstalando cada vez más cosas, te encuentras con que la solución es sencilla: ¡Desinstala Office! No sé por qué, pero creo que Microsoft asume que si eres un desarrollador, primero instalarás VS2008 y después Office; si lo haces al revés, se generan problemas de compatibilidad (ya que VS2008 instala herramientas de interoperabilidad/desarrollo/conexión con Office, Visual Studio Tools for Office) y la instalación no pasa a veces ni del .net Framework. A final de cuentas, creo, ésta es una medio sencilla.

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  • The importance of Design Patterns with Javascript, NodeJs et al

    - by Lewis
    With Javascript appearing to be the ubiquitous programming language of the web over the next few years, new frameworks popping up every five minutes and event driven programming taking a lead both server and client side: Do you as a Javascript developer consider the traditional Design Patterns as important or less important than they have been with other languages / environments?. Please name the top three design patterns you, as a Javascript developer use regularly and give an example of how they have helped in your Javascript development.

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  • Convert DVD to MKV (et al) without transcoding/recompression

    - by Oli
    Like a lot of people, I have a lot of DVDs. But we also have a stupid amount of disk space and a media centre (Boxee) so the DVDs are getting less and less use. It would be nice to convert our DVDs into something more relevant to our needs. I've dabbled with DVD ripping before but whereas I'd usually transcode down to a smaller picture size with a better video compression algorithm, this takes a silly amount of time. I don't have a couple of hours available for each disk. (Sidebar: is there dedicated, Linux-friendly hardware to improve h264 encoding performance?) So I was wondering if there's anything that take the DVD filesystem, De-CSS it, and then stitch together any the VOBs that make up the main part of the film and package that up in a wrapping format like MKV. A bonus would be if it could grab the subtitles and stick them in too but that's not a requirement as Boxee can grab the subtitles online if it needs to.

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  • Convert DVD to MKV (et al) without transcoding/recompression

    - by Oli
    Like a lot of people, I have a lot of DVDs. But we also have a stupid amount of disk space and a media centre (Boxee) so the DVDs are getting less and less use. It would be nice to convert our DVDs into something more relevant to our needs. I've dabbled with DVD ripping before but whereas I'd usually transcode down to a smaller picture size with a better video compression algorithm, this takes a silly amount of time. I don't have a couple of hours available for each disk. (Sidebar: is there dedicated, Linux-friendly hardware to improve h264 encoding performance?) So I was wondering if there's anything that take the DVD filesystem, De-CSS it, and then stitch together any the VOBs that make up the main part of the film and package that up in a wrapping format like MKV. A bonus would be if it could grab the subtitles and stick them in too but that's not a requirement as Boxee can grab the subtitles online if it needs to.

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  • MSBuild on TeamCity Server can't find AL.exe

    - by Tim Long
    I'm having a problem on my TeamCity CI build server where during compilation I get the following error: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\Microsoft.Common.targets(2342, 9): error MSB3086: Task could not find "AL.exe" using the SdkToolsPath "" or the registry key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A". Make sure the SdkToolsPath is set and the tool exists in the correct processor specific location under the SdkToolsPath and that the Microsoft Windows SDK is installed I've found similar reports from a year ago when people were upgrading to .NET 3.5, for example this one. In that case, installing the latest SDK solved the issue, however I have already installed the latest SDK (Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4) on my build server. The MSBuild tools are all there on the server, in a folder called C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319 and AL.exe exists in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin\NETFX 4.0 Tools However the registry key mentioned in the error message does not exist. So, it seems like there is something wrong with the installation/configuration of MSBuild. This error only happens for projects that have embedded resources, which require AL.exe. Please, anyone solved this issue or have any clues what's wrong?

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  • Lotus 9 on ubuntu 13.04 64bit

    - by Hassan
    hey everybody! when i install notes 9 on my Ubuntu 13.04 its not complete the installation because some depending package see below : [email protected]:~/Downloads/IBM Notes 9$ sudo dpkg -i ibm-notes-9.0.i586.deb [sudo] password for hassan: dpkg: regarding ibm-notes-9.0.i586.deb containing ibm-notes, pre-dependency problem: ibm-notes pre-depends on libgnomeprint2.2-0 dpkg: error processing ibm-notes-9.0.i586.deb (--install): pre-dependency problem - not installing ibm-notes Errors were encountered while processing: ibm-notes-9.0.i586.deb please advice Thanks :)

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  • How to swap the "fn" use of Function keys on al Apple Keyboard in Linux

    - by jfmessier
    I have an apple slim keyboard (USB) and if I want to use one of the Function Key as-is, I also have to press "fn " key first. Otherwise, it will try to perform the other function of the key, such as increasing or decreasing the display intensity, change the volume/mute, etc.... As well, the fn key is actually in the position of the "insert" key for regular keyboards. How can I fix all of that ? I really like this keyboard, as it make my typing much easier, and much more silent too. But some of those mappings that are different sometime bug me. Thanks :-)

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  • An alternative to Google Talk, AIM, MSN, et al [closed]

    - by mkaito
    I'm not entirely sure whether this part of stack exchange is the most adequate for my question, but it would seem to me that people sharing this kind of concern would converge either here, or possibly on a more unix-specific sub site. Either way, here goes. Background Feel free to skip to The Question, below. This should, however, help those interested understand where I'm coming from, and where I expect to get, messaging-wise. My online talking place-to-go has been IRC for the last fifteen years. I think it's a great protocol, and clients out there are very good. I still use, and will always continue to use IRC for most of my chat needs. But then, there is private instant messaging. While IRC can solve this with queries and DCC chats, the protocol just isn't meant to work too well on intermittent connections, such as a mobile device, where you can often walk around places with low signal. I used MSN for a while, but didn't like it. The concept was awesome, but I think Microsoft didn't get the implementation quite right. When they started adding all that eye candy, and my buddies started flooding me with custom icons and buzzing my screen to it's knees, I shut my account and told folks that missed me to just email or call me. Much whining happened, I got called many weird things for not using MSN, but folks eventually got over it. Next, Google Talk came along, and seemed to be a lot better than MSN ever was. The protocol was open, so I could use whatever client I felt a fancy for. With the advent of smart phones, I just got myself a gtalk client on the phone, and have had a really decent integrated mostly-universal IM solution. Over the last few months, all Google services have been feeling flaky. IMs will often arrive anywhere between twenty minutes and one hour after being sent, clients will randomly disconnect, client priorities seem to work sometimes, and sometimes just a random device of those connected will get an IM. I think the time has come to look for greener grass. The Question It's rather hard to put what I'm looking for into precise words. I guess I just want something that is kind of like MSN/Gtalk, but that doesn't let me down when I need it. IRC is pretty much perfect, but the protocol just isn't designed to work well on mobile devices. Really, at this point I'm considering sticking to IRC for desktop messaging, and SMS/email on the phone, but I hope that in this day and age there is something better out there.

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  • Resgen al.exe generated resources do not work within .net library

    - by Raj G
    Hi, I am currently working on a library in .Net and I planned to make the strings that are used within the library into culture specific resource files. I made Resources.resx, Resources.en-US.resx and Resources.ja-JP.resx file. I also deleted the Resources.designer.cs file autogenerated by visual studio 2008. I am loading Resources through my custom ResourceManager object [using GetString method]. The problem that I am facing is that when I compile the library within visual studio and set the culture from the calling application, everything is working fine. But if I manually go to the directory and change a string for a culture and regenerate the satellite assembly with resgen and al.exe, the string displayed, falls back to the invariant culture. I have attached the ildasm view of both the dlls en-US generated from within visual studio //Metadata version: v2.0.50727 .assembly extern mscorlib { .publickeytoken = (B7 7A 5C 56 19 34 E0 89 ) // .z\V.4.. .hash = (71 05 4D 54 C4 8D C2 90 7D 8B CF 57 2E B5 98 22 // q.MT....}..W..." F5 5B 2E 06 ) // .[.. .ver 2:0:0:0 } .assembly EmailEngine.resources { .custom instance void [mscorlib]System.Reflection.AssemblyTitleAttribute::.ctor(string) = ( 01 00 0B 45 6D 61 69 6C 45 6E 67 69 6E 65 00 00 ) // ...EmailEngine.. .custom instance void [mscorlib]System.Reflection.AssemblyDescriptionAttribute::.ctor(string) = ( 01 00 FF 00 00 ) .custom instance void [mscorlib]System.Reflection.AssemblyCompanyAttribute::.ctor(string) = ( 01 00 FF 00 00 ) .custom instance void [mscorlib]System.Reflection.AssemblyProductAttribute::.ctor(string) = ( 01 00 0B 45 6D 61 69 6C 45 6E 67 69 6E 65 00 00 ) // ...EmailEngine.. .custom instance void [mscorlib]System.Reflection.AssemblyCopyrightAttribute::.ctor(string) = ( 01 00 12 43 6F 70 79 72 69 67 68 74 20 C2 A9 20 // ...Copyright .. 20 32 30 30 38 00 00 ) // 2008.. .custom instance void [mscorlib]System.Reflection.AssemblyTrademarkAttribute::.ctor(string) = ( 01 00 FF 00 00 ) .custom instance void [mscorlib]System.Reflection.AssemblyFileVersionAttribute::.ctor(string) = ( 01 00 07 31 2E 30 2E 30 2E 30 00 00 ) // ...1.0.0.0.. .hash algorithm 0x00008004 .ver 1:0:0:0 .locale = (65 00 6E 00 2D 00 55 00 53 00 00 00 ) // e.n.-.U.S... } .mresource public 'EmailEngine.Properties.Resources.en-US.resources' { // Offset: 0x00000000 Length: 0x00000111 } .module EmailEngine.resources.dll // MVID: {D030D620-4E59-46F4-94F4-5EA0F9554E67} .imagebase 0x00400000 .file alignment 0x00000200 .stackreserve 0x00100000 .subsystem 0x0003 // WINDOWS_CUI .corflags 0x00000001 // ILONLY // Image base: 0x008B0000 ja-JP generated by me using resgen and al.exe // Metadata version: v2.0.50727 .assembly EmailEngine.resources { .hash algorithm 0x00008004 .ver 0:0:0:0 .locale = (6A 00 61 00 00 00 ) // j.a... } .mresource public 'EmailEngine.Properties.Resources.ja-JP.resources' { // Offset: 0x00000000 Length: 0x0000012F } .module EmailEngine.resources.dll // MVID: {0F470BCD-C36D-4B9F-A8ED-205A0E5A9F6F} .imagebase 0x00400000 .file alignment 0x00000200 .stackreserve 0x00100000 .subsystem 0x0003 // WINDOWS_CUI .corflags 0x00000001 // ILONLY // Image base: 0x007F0000 Can anyone help me as to why these two files are different and what is going on here? Why would the same Japanese resource file work when generated from within visual studio and not when generated using tools. TIA Raj

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  • Al Zimmermann's Son of Darts

    - by polygenelubricants
    There's about 2 months left in Al Zimmermann's Son of Darts programming contest, and I'd like to improve my standing (currently in the 60s) to something more respectable. I'd like to get some ideas from the great community of stackoverflow on how best to approach this problem. The contest problem is known as the Global Postage Stamp Problem in literatures. I don't have much experience with optimization algorithms (I know of hillclimbing and simulated annealing in concept only from college), and in fact the program that I have right now is basically sheer brute force, which of course isn't feasible for the larger search spaces. Here are some papers on the subject: A Postage Stamp Problem (Alter & Barnett, 1980) Algorithms for Computing the h-Range of the Postage Stamp Problem (Mossige, 1981) A Postage Stamp Problem (Lunnon, 1986) Two New Techniques for Computing Extremal h-bases Ak (Challis, 1992) Any hints and suggestions are welcome. Also, feel free to direct me to the proper site if stackoverflow isn't it.

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  • difference between signtool and sn or al for assembly signing

    - by sveerap
    Hi, I see tool like SN which generates private/public key pair for signing an assembly. and using AL tool we can assign a strong name to an assembly And we have also Sign tool which is used for signing the assembly (probably for using with certificates exclusively?). What is the exact difference between the two?. Is it sign tool have to be used when working with certificates and can it we acheive it SN?. or are they totally different.? Please help.

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  • using Quick Sequence Diagram Editor for sequence diagrams

    - by Jason S
    Anyone have experience with Quick Sequence Diagram Editor? The combination of instant display + text source code + Java implementation is very attractive to me, but I can't quite figure out how to make the syntax do what I want, and the documentation's not very clear. Here's a contrived example: al:Actor bill:Actor atm:ATM[a] bank:Bank[a] al:atm.give me $10 atm:al has $3=bank.check al's account balance al:atm.what time is it atm:al.it's now atm:al.stop bugging me atm:al.you only have $3 atm:bill.and don't you open your mouth bill:atm.who asked you? bill:atm.give me $20 al:atm.hey, I'm not finished! atm:bill has $765=bank.check bill's account balance atm:yes I'm sure, bill has $765=bank.hmm are you sure? atm:bill.here's $20, now go away atm:great, he's a cool dude=bank.I just gave Bill $20 al:atm.what about my $10? atm:al.read my lips: you only have $3 Here's the result from QSDE in single-threaded mode: and in multi-threaded mode: I guess I'm not clear what starts/ends those vertical bars. I have a situation which is single-threaded, but there's state involved, and all the messages are asynchronous. I guess that means I should use an external object to represent that state and its lifetime. What I want is for one timeline to represent the message sequence al:atm.give me $10 atm:bank.check al's account balance bank:atm.al has $3 atm:al.you only have $3 and another timeline to represent the message sequence bill:atm.give me $20 atm:bank.check bill's account balance bank:atm.bill has $765 atm:bank.hmm are you sure? bank:atm.yes I'm sure, bill has $765 atm:bill.here's $20, now go away atm:bank.I just gave Bill $20 bank:atm.great, he's a cool dude with the other "wisecracks" representing other miscellaneous messages that I don't care about right now. Is there a way to do this with QSDE?

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  • extern(al) problem

    - by Knowing me knowing you
    Why can't I compile this code? //main #include "stdafx.h" #include "X.h" #include "Y.h" //#include "def.h" extern X operator*(X, Y);//HERE ARE DECLARED EXTERNAL *(X,Y) AND f(X) extern int f(X); /*GLOBALS*/ X x = 1; Y y = x; int i = 2; int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[]) { i + 10; y + 10; y + 10 * y; //x + (y + i); x * x + i; f(7); //f(y); //y + y; //106 + y; return 0; } //X struct X { int i; X(int value):i(value) { } X operator+(int value) { return X(i + value); } operator int() { return i; } }; //Y struct Y { int i; Y(X x):i(x.i) { } Y operator+(X x) { return Y(i + x.i); } }; //def.h int f(X x); X operator*(X x, Y y); //def.cpp #include "stdafx.h" #include "def.h" #include "X.h" #include "Y.h" int f(X x) { return x; } X operator*(X x, Y y) { return x * y; } I'm getting err msg: Error 2 error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "int __cdecl f(struct X)" Error 3 error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "struct X __cdecl operator*(struct X,struct Y)" Another interesting thing is that if I place the implementation in def.h file it does compiles without errs. But then what about def.cpp? Why I'm not getting err msg that function f(X) is already defined? Here shouldn't apply ODR rule. Second concern I'm having is that if in def.cpp I change the return type of f from int to double intelliSense underlines this as an error but program still compiles? Why?

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  • FlexBuilder compiler bug - IWatcherSetupUtil2 et al

    - by Marty Pitt
    I'm having a problem with FlashBuilder in what is clearly a compiler bug, but I can't track it down. When my project is compiled inside FlashBuilder, I'm getting the following compiler errors: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: [mx.binding]::IBindingClient Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: [mx.binding]::IWatcherSetup2 Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: [mx.core]::IStateClient2 These errors are reported without a path or location. My project is a flex4 project, moderately complex. It has 6 swc projects, which are referenced within a swf project. (The swf project is the one that's reporting the error). The ANT build script compiles the project fine. The problem exists on more than 1 PC. How do I start tracking down what's causing the problem?

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  • Android Scoreloop, OpenFeint etc al

    - by theblitz
    I am looking to use one of the social networks in my Android program. Most important for me is the ability to build a continuous leadership board in which players move up and down depending their wins/loses to others. The idea is for players to challenge others head-to-head. The winner gains points and the loser loses points. Equally important, I want this feature to include the possibility to "charge" the player game coins. Scoreloop includes the possibility of challenges but they are there in order to win coins off other players. In other words, they are the means to the end. In my case I need it to be the other way around. The "ends" is to be higher in the leadership board and the "means" are to play others with coins. Scoreloop do have a continuos leadership board but it is not accessible from the program. I tried looking at OpenFeint but their site is a real mess. It is impossible to understand from there exactly what is and isn't available. I signed up and tried to add my program. I ended up adding it four times and cannot delete it!

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