Search Results

Search found 1601 results on 65 pages for 'matthew patrick cashatt'.

Page 1/65 | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  | Next Page >

  • Wubi and Vista 64 bits can't work

    - by Daok
    First of all, I have posted this issue at Ubuntu Forum without success yet. Hello, I have downloaded "kubuntu-9.10-desktop-amd64.iso" and I have mounted it on my Windows Vista 64 bits Ultimate. I have downloaded wubi 9.10. The problem is when installing, it crash after few time. Here is the log file: 11-26 21:07 INFO root: === wubi 9.10ubuntu1 rev160 === 11-26 21:07 DEBUG root: Logfile is c:\users\patrick\appdata\local\temp\wubi-9.10ubuntu1-rev160.log 11-26 21:07 DEBUG root: sys.argv = ['main.pyo', '--exefile="Z:\\wubi.exe"'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: data_dir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: 7z=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\bin\7z.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Fetching basic info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: original_exe=Z:\wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: platform=win32 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: osname=nt 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: language=fr_CA 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: encoding=cp1252 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: arch=amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Parsing isolist=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\isolist.ini 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro KubuntuNetbook-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro UbuntuNetbookRemix-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Fetching host info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: registry_key=Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows version=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_version2=Windows (TM) Vista Ultimate 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_sp=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_build=6002 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: gmt=-5 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: country=CA 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: timezone=America/Montreal 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_username=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_full_name=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_directory=C:\Users\Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language_code=1036 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language=French 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: processor_name=Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: bootloader=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: system_drive=Drive(C: hd 239816.335938 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(C: hd 239816.335938 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(D: cd 0.0 mb free ) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(E: hd 483619.367188 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(G: hd 84606.9375 mb free fat32) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(Z: cd 0.0 mb free cdfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: uninstaller_path=C:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_target_dir=C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_distro_name=Kubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_id=269029385 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_layout=ca 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_variant= 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: python locale=('fr_CA', 'cp1252') 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: locale=fr_CA.UTF-8 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: total_memory_mb=4095.99999905 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching ISOs on USB devices 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching for local CDs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: parsing info from str=Kubuntu 9.10 "Karmic Koala" - Release amd64 (20091027) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: parsed info={'name': 'Kubuntu', 'subversion': 'Release', 'version': '9.10', 'build': '20091027', 'codename': 'Karmic Koala', 'arch': 'amd64'} 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu Netbook Remix 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 INFO Distro: Found a valid CD for Kubuntu: Z:\ 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Running the CD menu... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsFrontend: __init__... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsFrontend: on_init... 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO root: CD menu finished 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Already installed, running the uninstaller... 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Running the uninstaller... 11-26 21:07 INFO CommonBackend: This is the uninstaller running 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Received settings 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: # Running tasklist... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Sauvegarder l'ISO... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Sauvegarder l'ISO 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Supprimer l'entrée pour le programme d'amorçage... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Could not find bcd id 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_bootini C: 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_configsys Drive(C: hd 239816.335938 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_bootini E: 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_configsys Drive(E: hd 483619.367188 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_bootini G: 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: undo_configsys Drive(G: hd 84606.9375 mb free fat32) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Supprimer l'entrée pour le programme d'amorçage 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Supprimer le répertoire cible... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Deleting C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Supprimer le répertoire cible 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running Supprimer la clé du registre... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished Supprimer la clé du registre 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: # Finished tasklist 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Almost finished uninstalling 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Finished uninstallation 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Fetching basic info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: original_exe=Z:\wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: platform=win32 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: osname=nt 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: arch=amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Parsing isolist=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\isolist.ini 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Xubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Ubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Mythbuntu-amd64 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro Kubuntu-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro KubuntuNetbook-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Adding distro UbuntuNetbookRemix-i386 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Fetching host info... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: registry_key=Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows version=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_version2=Windows (TM) Vista Ultimate 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_sp=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_build=6002 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: gmt=-5 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: country=CA 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: timezone=America/Montreal 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_username=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_full_name=Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: user_directory=C:\Users\Patrick 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language_code=1036 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: windows_language=French 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: processor_name=Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: bootloader=vista 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: system_drive=Drive(C: hd 240512.851563 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(C: hd 240512.851563 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(D: cd 0.0 mb free ) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(E: hd 483523.867188 mb free ntfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(G: hd 84445.65625 mb free fat32) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: drive=Drive(Z: cd 0.0 mb free cdfs) 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: uninstaller_path=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_target_dir=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: previous_distro_name=None 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_id=269029385 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_layout=ca 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: keyboard_variant= 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: total_memory_mb=4095.99999905 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching ISOs on USB devices 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Searching for local CDs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether D:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain D:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether E:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain E:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Kubuntu Netbook CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Xubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether G:\ is a valid Mythbuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: does not contain G:\casper\filesystem.squashfs 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Ubuntu Netbook Remix CD 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: wrong name: Kubuntu != Ubuntu Netbook Remix 11-26 21:07 DEBUG Distro: checking whether Z:\ is a valid Kubuntu CD 11-26 21:07 INFO Distro: Found a valid CD for Kubuntu: Z:\ 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Running the installer... 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['fr_CA', 'fr'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WinuiInstallationPage: target_drive=C:, installation_size=17000MB, distro_name=Kubuntu, language=en_US, locale=en_US.UTF-8, username=patrick 11-26 21:07 INFO root: Received settings 11-26 21:07 INFO WinuiPage: appname=wubi, localedir=C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\translations, languages=['en_US', 'en'] 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: # Running tasklist... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running select_target_dir... 11-26 21:07 INFO WindowsBackend: Installing into C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished select_target_dir 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_dir_structure... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\disks 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\install 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\install\boot 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\disks\boot 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\disks\boot\grub 11-26 21:07 DEBUG CommonBackend: Creating dir C:\ubuntu\install\boot\grub 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_dir_structure 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running uncompress_target_dir... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished uncompress_target_dir 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running create_uninstaller... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying uninstaller Z:\wubi.exe -> C:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi UninstallString C:\ubuntu\uninstall-wubi.exe 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi InstallationDir C:\ubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayName Kubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayIcon C:\ubuntu\Kubuntu.ico 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi DisplayVersion 9.10ubuntu1-rev160 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi Publisher Kubuntu 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi URLInfoAbout http://www.kubuntu.org 11-26 21:07 DEBUG registry: Setting registry key -2147483646 Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Wubi HelpLink http://www.ubuntu.com/support 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished create_uninstaller 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running copy_installation_files... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\custom-installation -> C:\ubuntu\install\custom-installation 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\winboot -> C:\ubuntu\winboot 11-26 21:07 DEBUG WindowsBackend: Copying C:\Users\Patrick\AppData\Local\Temp\pyl5A09.tmp\data\images\Kubuntu.ico -> C:\ubuntu\Kubuntu.ico 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Finished copy_installation_files 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ## Running get_iso... 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: New task copy_file 11-26 21:07 DEBUG TaskList: ### Running copy_file... 11-26 21:09 DEBUG TaskList: ### Finished copy_file 11-26 21:09 ERROR TaskList: [Errno 22] Invalid argument Traceback (most recent call last): File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\tasklist.py", line 197, in __call__ File "\lib\wubi\backends\common\utils.py", line 209, in copy_file IOError: [Errno 22] Invalid argument 11-26 21:09 DEBUG TaskList: # Cancelling tasklist 11-26 21:09 DEBUG TaskList: New task check_iso 11-26 21:09 ERROR root: [Errno 22]

    Read the article

  • AJI Report #18 | Patrick Delancy On Code Smells and Anti-Patterns

    - by Jeff Julian
    Patrick Delancy, the first person we interviewed on the AJI Report, is joining us again for Episode 18. This time around Patrick explains what Code Smells and Anti-patterns are and how developers can learn from these issues in their code. Patrick takes the approach of addressing your code in his presentations instead of pointing fingers at others. We spend a lot of time talking about how to address a developer with bad practices in place that would show up on the radar as a Code Smell or Anti-Pattern without making them feel inferior. Patrick also list out a few open-source frameworks that use good patterns and practices as well as how he continues his education through interacting with other developers. Listen to the Show Site: http://patrickdelancy.com Twitter: @PatrickDelancy LinkedIn: LinkedIn Google+: Profile

    Read the article

  • Create a Lucky Desktop with our Saint Patrick’s Day Icons Three Pack

    - by Asian Angel
    Saint Patrick’s Day is almost here, so if you are wanting to add a nice touch of luck (and green) to your desktop then take a look at these three fun icon packs we have for you. Note: Available in .ico and .png format. Irish Icons [Icon Stick] Note: Available for Windows and Mac. St. Patty’s Kidcons [Iconfactory] Note: Available for Windows and Mac. St. Patrick’s Day Icons [Bry-Back Manor] These icons will make a nice addition to our Saint Patrick’s Day Wallpaper Five Pack, so browse on over and go for the green! Internet Explorer 9 Released: Here’s What You Need To KnowHTG Explains: How Does Email Work?How To Make a Youtube Video Into an Animated GIF

    Read the article

  • Java Spotlight Episode 108: Patrick Curran and Heather VanCura on JCP.Next @jcp_org

    - by Roger Brinkley
    Interview with Patrick Curran and Heather VanCura on JCP.Next. Right-click or Control-click to download this MP3 file. You can also subscribe to the Java Spotlight Podcast Feed to get the latest podcast automatically. If you use iTunes you can open iTunes and subscribe with this link:  Java Spotlight Podcast in iTunes. Show Notes News Welcome to the newly merged JCP EC! The November/December issue of Java Magazine is now out Red Hat announces intent to contribute to OpenJFX New OpenJDK JEPs: JEP 168: Network Discovery of Manageable Java Processes JEP 169: Value Objects Java EE 7 Survey Latest Java EE 7 Status GlassFish 4.0 Embedded (via @agoncal) Events Nov 13-17, Devoxx, Antwerp, Belgium Nov 20, JCP Public Meeting (see details below) Nov 20-22, DOAG 2012, Nuremberg, Germany Dec 3-5, jDays, Göteborg, Sweden Dec 4-6, JavaOne Latin America, Sao Paolo, Brazil Dec 14-15, IndicThreads, Pune, India Feature InterviewPatrick Curran is Chair of the Java Community Process organization. In this role he oversees the activities of the JCP's Program Management Office including evolving the process and the organization, managing its membership, guiding specification leads and experts through the process, chairing Executive Committee meetings, and managing the JCP.org web site.Patrick has worked in the software industry for more than 25 years, and at Sun and then Oracle for 20 years. He has a long-standing record in conformance testing, and before joining the JCP he led the Java Conformance Engineering team in Sun's Client Software Group. He was also chair of Sun's Conformance Council, which was responsible for defining Sun's policies and strategies around Java conformance and compatibility.Patrick has participated actively in several consortia and communities including the W3C (as a member of the Quality Assurance Working Group and co-chair of the Quality Assurance Interest Group), and OASIS (as co-chair of the Test Assertions Guidelines Technical Committee). Patrick's blog is here.Heather VanCura manages the JCP Program Office and is responsible for the day-to-day nurturing, support, and leadership of the community. She oversees the JCP.org web site, JSR management and posting, community building, events, marketing, communications, and growth of the membership through new members and renewals.  Heather has a front row seat for studying trends within the community and recommending changes. Several changes to the program in recent years have included enabling broader participation, increased transparency and agility in JSR development.  When Heather joined the PMO staff in a community building marketing manager role for the JCP program, she was responsible for establishing the JCP brand logo programs, the JCP.org site, and engaging the community in online surveys and usability studies. She also developed marketing reward programs,  campaigns, sponsorships, and events for the JCP program, including the community gathering at the annual JavaOne Conference.   Before arriving at the JCP community in 2000, Heather worked with various technology companies.  Heather enjoys speaking at conferences, such as Devoxx, Java Zone, and the JavaOne Conferences. She maintains the JCP Blog, Twitter feed (@jcp_org) and Facebook page.  Heather resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, California USA. JCP Executive Committee Public Meeting Details Date & Time Tuesday November 20, 2012, 3:00 - 4:00 pm PST Location Teleconference Dial-in +1 (866) 682-4770 Conference code: 627-9803 Security code: 52732 ("JCPEC" on your phone handset) For global access numbers see http://www.intercall.com/oracle/access_numbers.htm Or +1 (408) 774-4073 WebEx Browse for the meeting from https://jcp.webex.com No registration required (enter your name and email address) Password: JCPEC Agenda JSR 355 (the EC merge) implementation report JSR 358 (JCP.next.3) status report 2.8 status update and community audit program Discussion/Q&A Note The call will be recorded and the recording published on jcp.org, so those who are unable to join in real-time will still be able to participate. September 2012 EC meeting PMO report with JCP 2.8 statistics.JSR 358 Project page What’s Cool Sweden: Hot Java in the Winter GE Engergy using Invoke Daynamic for embedded development

    Read the article

  • SQLBeat Podcast – Episode 8 – Interviewing Patrick LeBlanc On Interviewing

    - by SQLBeat
    In this episode of the SQLBeat Podcast (@SQLBeat on twitter) I had a chance to speak with Patrick LeBlanc, currently with Microsoft and former SQL Server MVP. We spend a good amount of time talking about his current gig and his apparent fascination with almost never being dressed. Fortunately he had on some jeans and a shirt for this interview, though he did look at bit dozy because he had not slept the night before. With his help we came up with what is going to be a recurring section on the podcast and that is failed or embarrassing job interviews. Patrick has quite a humiliating one for the launch of “Tell Me About Your Worst Job Interview”. Ok, I can come up with a better title for that section surely. Anyway, have a listen and if you can think of something better, let me know in the comments section. <source src="http://www.simple-talk.com/blogbits/rodneylandrum/Patrick_LeBlanc.ogg" type="audio/ogg; codecs="vorbis"

    Read the article

  • Go Green for the Holiday with our Saint Patrick’s Day Wallpaper Five Pack

    - by Asian Angel
    Happy St Pats Day 3 [DesktopNexus] Happy St Pats Day [DesktopNexus] Shamrocks and Gold [DesktopNexus] Shamrock oh a lot of Shamrocks [DesktopNexus] Luck of the Irish [DesktopNexus] Need some great icons to go with your new wallpapers? Then be sure to grab a set from our Saint Patrick’s Day Icons Three Pack post. Internet Explorer 9 Released: Here’s What You Need To KnowHTG Explains: How Does Email Work?How To Make a Youtube Video Into an Animated GIF

    Read the article

  • rsync'd a folder, folder doesn't show up, but free disk space decreased

    - by Patrick
    I am currently trying to switch from mac to windows/ubuntu dual boot (on 2 seperate internal HDDs), but ran into some trouble restoring my documents. I am not sure all the information below is necessary, but if I knew how to solve it, I wouldn't ask it here. I backed up my mac before buying this laptop on an external HDD with Carbon Copy Cloner. I wanted to put these files on my user folder on my windows HDD, but I could not do that from inside windows (HFS+ format of mac), so I used rsync from inside Ubuntu to copy the documents from the ext hdd to the windows partition. It seemed like it went okay, but from inside windows (and later also Ubuntu) the folder didn't show up. My free HDD space, however, has reduced with about 200 GB (the size of the backup) when looking at the disk properties (from inside Windows and Ubuntu). rsync command I used: rsync -av /media/patrick/Toshiba\ 1.5T/Users/patrickvandenberg/ /media/patrick/Windows8_OS/Users/Patrick/MacBackup/ Folder does not exist: [email protected]:~$ cd /media/patrick/Windows8_OS/Users/Patrick/MacBackup bash: cd: /media/patrick/Windows8_OS/Users/Patrick/MacBackup: No such file or directory Size of disk: [email protected]:~$ du -hs /media/patrick/Windows8_OS/ 195G /media/patrick/Windows8_OS/ Size of disk according to Disk properties: http://i.stack.imgur.com/OteMX.png (not enough rep to insert the image)

    Read the article

  • Patrick Curran Session-Keynote at DOAG 2012

    - by Heather VanCura
    Patrick Curran, Chair of the  Java Community Process (JCP) and Director of the JCP Program Management Office, will be speaking this week at the DOAG 2012 event in Nuremberg Germany. Keynote Java: Restructuring the Java Community ProcessNovember, 22nd | 09:00-09:45 am The Java Community Process (JCP) plays a critical role in the evolution of Java.  This keynote will explain how the JCP is organized and how interested members of the Java community - commercial organizations, non-profits, Java user-groups, and individual developers - work together to advance the Java language and platforms. It will then discuss recent and upcoming changes to the JCP's structure and operating processes, and will explain how these changes ('JCP.next') will make the organization more efficient and will ensure that its work is carried out in a more open and more transparent manner.

    Read the article

  • Introduction à la bibliothèque de construction de graphe JGraphX, par Patrick Briand

    Bonjour à tous. Je vous propose mon tout premier article intitulé "JGraphX: Les bases" qui est disponible ici La librairie JGraphX permet de dessiner des graphes dans une JFrame. Cet article se limite à une présentation de cette libraire en décrivant ses fonctions basiques. Si cet article génère un flot de questions important sur une utilisation plus approfondie de la libraire, un second article pourras alors être écrit pour aborder ces points. Toutes vos remarques seront les bienvenues. Bonne lecture....

    Read the article

  • Unix list absolute file name

    - by Matthew Adams
    Given an arbitrary single argument representing a file (or directory, device, etc), how do I get the absolute path of the argument? I've seen many answers to this question involving find/ls/stat/readlink and $PWD, but none that suits my need. It looks like the closest answer is ksh's "whence" command, but I need it to work in sh/bash. Assume a file, foo.txt, is located in my home directory, /Users/matthew/foo.txt. I need the following behavior, despite what my current working directory is (I'm calling the command "abs"): (PWD is ~) $ abs foo.txt /Users/matthew/foo.txt $ abs ~/foo.txt /Users/matthew/foo.txt $ abs ./foo.txt /Users/matthew/foo.txt $ abs /Users/matthew/foo.txt /Users/matthew/foo.txt What would "abs" really be? TIA, Matthew

    Read the article

  • Mac gcc non-virtual thunk error

    - by fret
    I'm getting these non-virtual thunk errors only in the Deployment build of my app. It uses a private framework called Lgi. Building on 10.5.8 using XCode 3.1.4 (latest for leopard?) The error looks like this: Ld /Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/build/Development/Scribe.app/Contents/MacOS/Scribe normal i386 cd /Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00 /Developer/usr/bin/g++-4.0 -arch i386 -L/Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/build/Development -F/Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/build/Development -F/Users/matthew/Code/Lgi/build -F/Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/../../Lgi/build/Development -F/Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/../../Lgi/build/Development -F/Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/../../Lgi/build/Deployment -F/Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/../../Lgi/build/Development -F/Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/../../Lgi/build/Deployment -filelist /Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/build/Scribe.build/Development/Scribe.build/Objects-normal/i386/Scribe.LinkFileList -framework Carbon -framework Lgi -o /Users/matthew/Code/Scribe-Branches/v2.00/build/Development/Scribe.app/Contents/MacOS/Scribe Undefined symbols: "non-virtual thunk to GWindow::OnDrop(char*, GVariant*, GdcPt2, int)", referenced from: vtable for ScribeWndin ScribeApp.o vtable for GShutdownin ScribeApp.o vtable for CalendarUiin Calendar.o vtable for CalendarViewWndin CalendarView.o vtable for CalendarConfigin CalendarView.o vtable for ScribeExportin Exp_Scribe.o vtable for GNewMailDlgin GNewMailDlg.o ....etc for lots of classes.... Anyway I know I'm not leaving those undefined because it does in fact link and run fine in the development build. Now after googling the issue the first thing to try is changing the optimization setting, which I did... and no dice. Some link error. So these virtual functions are initially defined in GDragDropTarget, and GWindow's inheritance looks like this: class LgiClass GWindow : public GView #ifndef WIN32 , public GDragDropTarget #endif (LgiClass being for __declspec export/import on win32) Any ideas on what to try next? Maybe I need to provide more info.

    Read the article

  • Did you miss the OFM Summer Camps III? Get access to the b2b & adapters and SOA Governance training material

    - by JuergenKress
    We posted the SOA Governance and b2b & adapters training material at our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required). We have no plans to post the ACM and Advanced SOA training material. Special thanks to all the trainers who delivered superb workshops. Thanks to all the partners who invested time and utilization plus travel expenses to attend the camp. Special thanks to all the international partners who traveled a long way to sunny Lisbon – including our Mexican friends! The Summer Camp feedback was excellent, everybody answered the question if he would attend a future OFM Summer Camp with YES and the overall feedback is 4,79 out of 5 (best)! For most of the trainings we had a waiting list with additional partners who want to attend. Make sure you use your middleware skills to deliver successful projects. It would be great if you can support your colegues and the community by sharing the lessons learned and best practice. Thanks for great feedback at twitter please continue to send your pictures to our twitter feed @soacommunity #OFMsummercamps or post them at our Facebook page. Here is a selection of some tweets: Walter Montantes ?México presence en #OFMSummerCamp Lisboa 2013 cc @soacommunity @AdquemTI pic.twitter.com/9NEFwsWCAq SOA Community ?thanks for attending the #OFMSummercamp - save trip home ;-) Want to attend a future training register http://www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa #soacommunity C2B2 Consulting ?Last day at the #OFMSummercamp Oracle SOA Suite Training in Portugal @soacommunity pic.twitter.com/6LZavVlvHc Patrick Sinke ?a FollowFriday for @Oracle_B2B because 19 followers is not enough #FF #OFMSummercamp Patrick Sinke ?Yogesh Sontakke is talking about #SOA #Governance. #OFMSummercamp Nuno Cancelo ?Oracle SOA Governance - Quick Overview #OFMSummerCamp Nuno Cancelo ?Last coffee break. #OFMSummercamp pic.twitter.com/xZi9M5vAWz Scott Haaland Last day of #OFMSummercamp. It's been a great productive week..great students eager to learn. @Oracle_B2B @soacommunity . Patrick Sinke ?singletons are used to retain specific fetching order of files and records in multithread/multi-instance environment. #OFMSummercamp #SOA Patrick Sinke ?SOA's File Adapter is extremely versatile: It writes, reads and converts almost any type of file. #OFMSummercamp pic.twitter.com/XjtJF9Y5SH Patrick Sinke ?Now deep-diving into Java EE Connector Architecture (JCA). Got to do some catching up at home on this subject. #OFMSummercamp #SOA Patrick Sinke ?Today we start with security and OPSS at #OFMSummercamp Advanced #SOA training. Then some #OSB. #OFM #Oracle #whitehorses Remco Cats ?Starting the last day on #OFMSummercamp building ADF Mobile applications with BPM Nuno Cancelo ?While attending #OFMSummerCamp i notice even more the importance of designing software. Any tips in how to become an software architect? Patrick Sinke ?Extensive information on Faullt handling and policies now in Advanced #SOA track. #OFMSummercamp #oraclesoa #middleware #whitehorses C2B2 Consulting ?Geoffroy de Lamalle speaking at the #OFMSummercamp @soacommunity pic.twitter.com/m4oOyzYB2q Patrick Sinke ?Oracle Document editor is a huge tool (6GB), but contains every version and subset of EDI, HL7, etc definitions. Impressive. #OFMSummercamp Patrick Sinke ?Oracle #B2B 11g presentation on #OFMSummercamp by Scott. Unfortunately only 2 hours in SOA advanced class. Very interesting. SOA Community Bon dia #OFMSummercamp - if you are here in sunny Lisbon ;-) you can checkin at http://foursquare.com/ #soacommunity pic.twitter.com/PnmudJgJTZ Nuno Cancelo ?Beautiful day! #OFMSummercamp pic.twitter.com/nwByRM5YE1 Nuno Cancelo ?Relaxing after lunch :-) #OFMSummercamp pic.twitter.com/hOJzebCM5p SOA Community Posted pictures from OFM Summer Camp III at our facebook page - share yours! https://www.facebook.com/soacommunity #OFMSummerCamp #soacommunity Nuno Cancelo ?Coffee break: day3 #OFMSummercamp pic.twitter.com/97n1sAGhx4 Patrick Sinke #OFMSummercamp day 3; SOA Infrastructure. pic.twitter.com/ziivyw3L6q SOA Community [email protected] 28 Aug Bon dia day 3 at #OFMSummercamp in Lisboa. Nial presenting ACM roadmap pic.twitter.com/iN3gTCHSbA SOA Community ?Hands-on time at the b2b & adapters training part of the #OFMSummercamp #soacommunity pic.twitter.com/9BzI7igrX8 SOA Community ?Laptop replacement at #OFMSummercamp - big thanks to Oracle Portugal for the fast help! 10 seconds to cut the cable pic.twitter.com/nwd2Px73pa SOA Community ?Hard work long training until 18.00 now enjoy the beach #ofmsummercamp #soacommunity pic.twitter.com/StogfxJNFH Walter Montantes? Primer día #OFMSummercamp pic.twitter.com/cTNDpzg5pL Miguel Delgadillo [email protected] Advanced SOA training by Geoffroy at #OFMSummercamp - full room hard working class pic.twitter.com/2SDz9FVhkh” si le sabes? SOA Community ?Welcome to the #OFMSummercamp in sunny Lisbon ;-) Send us your pictures of the training and city @soacommunity pic.twitter.com/i2ErZaaFbb SOA Community ?Advanced SOA training by Geoffroy at #OFMSummercamp - full room hard working class pic.twitter.com/uKjv0tV2bO Nuno Cancelo #OFMSummercamp afternoon break:) pic.twitter.com/pUaBvt2NIj Impressions of the event are posted at our facebook page. If you missed Lisbon, make sure you attend one of our Additional Middleware Trainings in Europe: We currently run 3 different training roadshows for Business Process Management & ADF & WebLogic across Europe make sure you sing-up for them: ADF & ADF Mobile or Business Process Management Suite or WebLogic Suite. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Wiki Mix Forum Technorati Tags: b2b,training,education,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

    Read the article

  • Complete Guide to Symbolic Links (symlinks) on Windows or Linux

    - by Matthew Guay
    Want to easily access folders and files from different folders without maintaining duplicate copies?  Here’s how you can use Symbolic Links to link anything in Windows 7, Vista, XP, and Ubuntu. So What Are Symbolic Links Anyway? Symbolic links, otherwise known as symlinks, are basically advanced shortcuts. You can create symbolic links to individual files or folders, and then these will appear like they are stored in the folder with the symbolic link even though the symbolic link only points to their real location. There are two types of symbolic links: hard and soft. Soft symbolic links work essentially the same as a standard shortcut.  When you open a soft link, you will be redirected to the folder where the files are stored.  However, a hard link makes it appear as though the file or folder actually exists at the location of the symbolic link, and your applications won’t know any different. Thus, hard links are of the most interest in this article. Why should I use Symbolic Links? There are many things we use symbolic links for, so here’s some of the top uses we can think of: Sync any folder with Dropbox – say, sync your Pidgin Profile Across Computers Move the settings folder for any program from its original location Store your Music/Pictures/Videos on a second hard drive, but make them show up in your standard Music/Pictures/Videos folders so they’ll be detected my your media programs (Windows 7 Libraries can also be good for this) Keep important files accessible from multiple locations And more! If you want to move files to a different drive or folder and then symbolically link them, follow these steps: Close any programs that may be accessing that file or folder Move the file or folder to the new desired location Follow the correct instructions below for your operating system to create the symbolic link. Caution: Make sure to never create a symbolic link inside of a symbolic link. For instance, don’t create a symbolic link to a file that’s contained in a symbolic linked folder. This can create a loop, which can cause millions of problems you don’t want to deal with. Seriously. Create Symlinks in Any Edition of Windows in Explorer Creating symlinks is usually difficult, but thanks to the free Link Shell Extension, you can create symbolic links in all modern version of Windows pain-free.  You need to download both Visual Studio 2005 redistributable, which contains the necessary prerequisites, and Link Shell Extension itself (links below).  Download the correct version (32 bit or 64 bit) for your computer. Run and install the Visual Studio 2005 Redistributable installer first. Then install the Link Shell Extension on your computer. Your taskbar will temporally disappear during the install, but will quickly come back. Now you’re ready to start creating symbolic links.  Browse to the folder or file you want to create a symbolic link from.  Right-click the folder or file and select Pick Link Source. To create your symlink, right-click in the folder you wish to save the symbolic link, select “Drop as…”, and then choose the type of link you want.  You can choose from several different options here; we chose the Hardlink Clone.  This will create a hard link to the file or folder we selected.  The Symbolic link option creates a soft link, while the smart copy will fully copy a folder containing symbolic links without breaking them.  These options can be useful as well.   Here’s our hard-linked folder on our desktop.  Notice that the folder looks like its contents are stored in Desktop\Downloads, when they are actually stored in C:\Users\Matthew\Desktop\Downloads.  Also, when links are created with the Link Shell Extension, they have a red arrow on them so you can still differentiate them. And, this works the same way in XP as well. Symlinks via Command Prompt Or, for geeks who prefer working via command line, here’s how you can create symlinks in Command Prompt in Windows 7/Vista and XP. In Windows 7/Vista In Windows Vista and 7, we’ll use the mklink command to create symbolic links.  To use it, we have to open an administrator Command Prompt.  Enter “command” in your start menu search, right-click on Command Prompt, and select “Run as administrator”. To create a symbolic link, we need to enter the following in command prompt: mklink /prefix link_path file/folder_path First, choose the correct prefix.  Mklink can create several types of links, including the following: /D – creates a soft symbolic link, which is similar to a standard folder or file shortcut in Windows.  This is the default option, and mklink will use it if you do not enter a prefix. /H – creates a hard link to a file /J – creates a hard link to a directory or folder So, once you’ve chosen the correct prefix, you need to enter the path you want for the symbolic link, and the path to the original file or folder.  For example, if I wanted a folder in my Dropbox folder to appear like it was also stored in my desktop, I would enter the following: mklink /J C:\Users\Matthew\Desktop\Dropbox C:\Users\Matthew\Documents\Dropbox Note that the first path was to the symbolic folder I wanted to create, while the second path was to the real folder. Here, in this command prompt screenshot, you can see that I created a symbolic link of my Music folder to my desktop.   And here’s how it looks in Explorer.  Note that all of my music is “really” stored in C:\Users\Matthew\Music, but here it looks like it is stored in C:\Users\Matthew\Desktop\Music. If your path has any spaces in it, you need to place quotes around it.  Note also that the link can have a different name than the file it links to.  For example, here I’m going to create a symbolic link to a document on my desktop: mklink /H “C:\Users\Matthew\Desktop\ebook.pdf”  “C:\Users\Matthew\Downloads\Before You Call Tech Support.pdf” Don’t forget the syntax: mklink /prefix link_path Target_file/folder_path In Windows XP Windows XP doesn’t include built-in command prompt support for symbolic links, but we can use the free Junction tool instead.  Download Junction (link below), and unzip the folder.  Now open Command Prompt (click Start, select All Programs, then Accessories, and select Command Prompt), and enter cd followed by the path of the folder where you saved Junction. Junction only creates hard symbolic links, since you can use shortcuts for soft ones.  To create a hard symlink, we need to enter the following in command prompt: junction –s link_path file/folder_path As with mklink in Windows 7 or Vista, if your file/folder path has spaces in it make sure to put quotes around your paths.  Also, as usual, your symlink can have a different name that the file/folder it points to. Here, we’re going to create a symbolic link to our My Music folder on the desktop.  We entered: junction -s “C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\Music” “C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\My Music” And here’s the contents of our symlink.  Note that the path looks like these files are stored in a Music folder directly on the Desktop, when they are actually stored in My Documents\My Music.  Once again, this works with both folders and individual files. Please Note: Junction would work the same in Windows 7 or Vista, but since they include a built-in symbolic link tool we found it better to use it on those versions of Windows. Symlinks in Ubuntu Unix-based operating systems have supported symbolic links since their inception, so it is straightforward to create symbolic links in Linux distros such as Ubuntu.  There’s no graphical way to create them like the Link Shell Extension for Windows, so we’ll just do it in Terminal. Open terminal (open the Applications menu, select Accessories, and then click Terminal), and enter the following: ln –s file/folder_path link_path Note that this is opposite of the Windows commands; you put the source for the link first, and then the path second. For example, let’s create a symbolic link of our Pictures folder in our Desktop.  To do this, we entered: ln -s /home/maguay/Pictures /home/maguay/Desktop   Once again, here is the contents of our symlink folder.  The pictures look as if they’re stored directly in a Pictures folder on the Desktop, but they are actually stored in maguay\Pictures. Delete Symlinks Removing symbolic links is very simple – just delete the link!  Most of the command line utilities offer a way to delete a symbolic link via command prompt, but you don’t need to go to the trouble.   Conclusion Symbolic links can be very handy, and we use them constantly to help us stay organized and keep our hard drives from overflowing.  Let us know how you use symbolic links on your computers! Download Link Shell Extension for Windows 7, Vista, and XP Download Junction for XP Similar Articles Productive Geek Tips Using Symlinks in Windows VistaHow To Figure Out Your PC’s Host Name From the Command PromptInstall IceWM on Ubuntu LinuxAdd Color Coding to Windows 7 Media Center Program GuideSync Your Pidgin Profile Across Multiple PCs with Dropbox TouchFreeze Alternative in AutoHotkey The Icy Undertow Desktop Windows Home Server – Backup to LAN The Clear & Clean Desktop Use This Bookmarklet to Easily Get Albums Use AutoHotkey to Assign a Hotkey to a Specific Window Latest Software Reviews Tinyhacker Random Tips DVDFab 6 Revo Uninstaller Pro Registry Mechanic 9 for Windows PC Tools Internet Security Suite 2010 Gadfly is a cool Twitter/Silverlight app Enable DreamScene in Windows 7 Microsoft’s “How Do I ?” Videos Home Networks – How do they look like & the problems they cause Check Your IMAP Mail Offline In Thunderbird Follow Finder Finds You Twitter Users To Follow

    Read the article

  • Unity quick launch icon opens another program icon on program start

    - by Patrick
    I prepared a custom .desktop file for my chromium browser that loads a different user profile. When ever i click the icon now it open the browser, but also uses a new icon on the launcher bar (not locked to the launcher). Is there any way to tell the program to keep connected to the first icon? [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=Second Browser Exec=chromium-browser --user-data-dir="/home/patrick/bin/chrome-profiles/second" TryExec=chromium-browser Icon=/home/patrick/.local/share/applications/icons/browser.png MimeType=text/html;

    Read the article

  • Inside the JCP (Java Community Process)

    - by Tori Wieldt
    There has been lots of interest lately in the Java Community Process (JCP) and how it works. Here are two great chances to learn about the JCP, both are interviews with Patrick Curran, Chair of the JCP and director of the JCP's Program Management Office: Video InterviewGet an insider view of the Java Community Process (JCP) in this Oracle Technology Network (OTN) TechCast. (See below or click here.) Justin Kestelyn, Oracle Technical Network Senior Director, sits down to have a beer with Patrick Curran and discuss the JCP. They start with the basics of what is the JCP, then describe how its governance model has evolved, addressing common misperceptions, and explain how and why developers around the world can get involved.Written Interview Janice J. Heiss interviews Patrick Curran to get his perspective on recent developments at the JCP, ongoing concerns and controversies, its history -- and its future in this article titled "The Latest on the Java Community Process: A Conversation wiht Patrick Curran."The home of the JCP is jcp.org.

    Read the article

  • The Java Community Process: What's Broken and How to Fix It

    - by Tori Wieldt
    In a panel discussion today at TheServerSide Java Symposium, Patrick Curran, Head of the Java Community Process, James Gosling, and ?Reza Rahman, member, Java EE 6 and EJB 3.1 expert groups, discussed the state of the JCP. Moderated by Cameron McKenzie, Editor of TheServerSide.com, they discussed what's wrong with JCP and ways to fix it.What's wrong with the JCP? Reza Rahman was quite supportive of the JCP. "I work as a consultant, and it's much better than getting a decision made a large company," Reza commented. He gave the JCP "Five stars" and explained that as an individual, he was able to have an impact on things that mattered to him. Cameron asked, "Now all these JCP problems came after Oracle acquired Sun, right?" To which the crowd had a good laugh, and the panel all agreed many of the JCP problems existed under Sun. How is the JCP handled differently under Oracle than Sun? "Pretty similar," said James. Oracle "tends more towards practicality" said Reza. "I'm glad to see things moving again, we've got several new JSRs filed," Patrick commented.How to Fix It?They all agreed greater transparency is a top issue. Without it, people assume sinister behavior whether it's there or not. Patrick said that currently spec leads are "encouraged" to be transparent, and the JCP office is planning to submit JSRs to change the JCP process so transparency is mandated, both for mailing lists and issue tracking. Shining a light on problems is the best way to fix them.Reza said the biggest problem is lack of a participation from the community. If more people are involved, a lot of the problems go away. "Developers are too non-chalant, they should realize what happens in the JCP has an direct impact on their career and they need to get involved." Reza commented.Got Involved!During Q&A, someone asked how a developer could get involved. They answered: Pick a JSR you are interested in and follow it. To start, you could read an article about the JSR and comment on the article (expert group members do read the comments). Or read the spec, discuss it with others and post a blog about it. Read the Expert Group proceedings. Join the JCP (free for individuals). Open source projects have code that you can download and play with, download it and provide feedback. Patrick mentioned that the JCP really wants more participation. "One way we are working on it is that we are encouraging JUGs to join the JCP as a group, and that makes all members of the JUG JCP members," Patrick said.They commented that most spec leads are desperate for feedback. "And, please get involved BEFORE the spec is finalized!" James declared. Someone from the audience said it's hard to put valuable time into something before it's baked. Patrick explained that Post Final Draft (PFD) is the time in the JCP process when the spec is mature enough to review but before the spec is finalized. The panel agreed the worst thing that could happen is that most people in the Java community just complain about the JCP without getting involved. Developer Sumit Goyal, conference attendee, thought it was a healthy discussion. "I got insights into how JSRs are worked on and finalized," he said.Key LinksThe Java Community Process Website  http://jcp.org/en/home/indexArticle: A Conversation with JCP Chair Patrick Curran Oracle Technology Network http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.htmlTheServerSide Java Symposium  http://javasymposium.techtarget.com/

    Read the article

  • Test All Features of Windows Phone 7 On Your PC

    - by Matthew Guay
    Are you developer or just excited about the upcoming Windows Phone 7, and want to try it out now?  Thanks to free developer tools from Microsoft and a new unlocked emulator rom, you can try out most of the exciting features today from your PC. Last week we showed you how to try out Windows Phone 7 on your PC and get started developing for the upcoming new devices.  We noticed, however, that the emulator only contains Internet Explorer Mobile and some settings.  This is still interesting to play around with, but it wasn’t the full Windows Phone 7 experience. Some enterprising tweakers discovered that more applications were actually included in the emulator, but were simply hidden from users.  Developer Dan Ardelean then figured out how to re-enable these features, and released a tweaked emulator rom so everyone can try out all of the Windows Phone 7 features for themselves.  Here we’ll look at how you can run this new emulator image on your PC, and then look at some interesting features in Windows Phone 7. Editor Note: This modified emulator image is not official, and isn’t sanctioned by Microsoft. Use your own judgment when choosing to download and use the emulator. Setting Up Emulator Rom To test-drive Windows Phone 7 on your PC, you must first download and install the Windows Phone Developer Tools CTP (link below).  Follow the steps we showed you last week at: Try out Windows Phone 7 on your PC today.  Once it’s installed, go ahead and run the default emulator as we showed to make sure everything works ok. Once the Windows Phone Developer Tools are installed and running, download the new emulator rom from XDA Forums (link below).  This will be a zip file, so extract it first. Note where you save the file, as you will need the address in the next step. Now, to run our new emulator image, we need to open the emulator in command line and point to the new rom image.  To do this, browse to the correct directory, depending on whether you’re running the 32 bit or 64 bit version of Windows: 32 bit: C:\Program Files\Microsoft XDE\1.0\ 64 bit: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft XDE\1.0\ Hold your Shift key down and right-click in the folder.  Choose Open Command Window here. At the command prompt, enter XDE.exe followed by the location of your new rom image.  Here, we downloaded the rom to our download folder, so at the command prompt we entered: XDE.exe C:\Users\Matthew\Downloads\WM70Full\WM70Full.bin The emulator loads … with the full Windows Phone 7 experience! To make it easier, let’s make a shortcut on our desktop to load the emulator with the new rom directly.  Right-click on your desktop (or any folder you want to create the shortcut in), select New, and then Shortcut. Now, in the box, we need to enter the path for the emulator followed by the location of our rom.  Both items must be in quotes.  So, in our test, we entered the following: 32 bit: “C:\Program Files\Microsoft XDE\1.0\” “C:\Users\Matthew\Downloads\WM70Full\WM70Full.bin” 64 bit: “C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft XDE\1.0\” “C:\Users\Matthew\Downloads\WM70Full\WM70Full.bin” Make sure to enter the correct location of the new emulator rom for your computer, and keep both items in separate quotes.  Click next when you’ve entered the location. Name the shortcut; we named it Windows Phone 7, but simply enter whatever you’d like.  Click Finish when you’re done. You should now have a nice Windows Phone icon and your fully functional shortcut!  Double-click it to run the Windows Phone 7 emulator as above. Features in the Unlocked Windows Phone 7 Emulator So let’s look at what you can do with this new emulator.  Almost everything you’ve seen in demos from the Mobile World Conference and Mix’10 are right here for you to play with.  Here’s the application menu, which you can access by clicking on the arrow on the top of the home screen, which shows how much stuff they’ve got in this!   And, of course, even the home screen itself shows much more activity than it did in the original emulator. Let’s check out some of these sections.  Here’s Zune running on Windows Phone 7, and the Zune Marketplace.  The animations are beautiful, so be sure to check this out yourself. The new picture hub is much nicer than any picture viewer included with Windows Mobile in the past…   Stay productive, and on schedule with the new Calendar. The XBOX hub gives us only a hint of things to come, and the links to games now are simply placeholders. Here’s a look at the Office hub.  This doesn’t show up on the homescreen right now, but you can access it in the applications menu.  Office obviously still has a lot of work left on it, but even at a glance here it looks like it includes a lot more functionality than Office Mobile in Windows Mobile 6. Here’s a look at each of the three apps: Word, Excel, and OneNote, and the formatting pallet in Office apps.   This emulator also includes a lot more settings than the default one, including settings for individual applications. You can even activate the screen lock, and try out the lift-to-peek-or-unlock feature… Finally, this version of Windows Phone 7 includes a very nice SystemInfo app with an advanced task manager.  We hope this is still available when the actual phones are released. Conclusion If you’re excited about the upcoming Windows Phone 7 series, or simply want to learn more about what’s coming, this is a great way to test it out.  With these exciting new hubs and applications, there’s something here for everyone.  Let us know what you like most about Windows Phone 7 and what your favorite app or hub is. Links Please note: These roms are not officially supported by Microsoft, and could be taken down. Download the unlocked Windows Phone 7 emulator from XDA Forums – click the link in this post to download How the unlocked emulator image was created Similar Articles Productive Geek Tips Try out Windows Phone 7 on your PC todayGet stats on your Ruby on Rails codeDisable Windows Vista’s Built-in CD/DVD Burning FeaturesWeek in Geek – The Slick Windows 7 File Copy Animation EditionGeek Fun: Virtualized Old School Windows – Windows 95 TouchFreeze Alternative in AutoHotkey The Icy Undertow Desktop Windows Home Server – Backup to LAN The Clear & Clean Desktop Use This Bookmarklet to Easily Get Albums Use AutoHotkey to Assign a Hotkey to a Specific Window Latest Software Reviews Tinyhacker Random Tips Revo Uninstaller Pro Registry Mechanic 9 for Windows PC Tools Internet Security Suite 2010 PCmover Professional Get Better Windows Search With UltraSearch Scan News With NY Times Article Skimmer SpeedyFox Claims to Speed up your Firefox Beware Hover Kitties Test Drive Mobile Phones Online With TryPhone Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day, 3/23/10

    Read the article

  • Mysql: how to extract multiple text files from my mysql table

    - by Patrick
    hi, I need to extract data from my mysql database into multiple text files. I have a table with 4 columns: UserID, UserName, Tag, Score. I need to create a text file for each Tag, with the userID, the userName and score (ordered by score) i.e. Tag1.txt 234922 John 35 234294 David 205 392423 Patrick 21 Tag2.txt 234922 John 35 234294 David 205 392423 Patrick 21 and so on... Edited: Sample: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/72686/expertsTable.png thanks

    Read the article

  • How do I obtain a code point integer from a 1 to 4 byte UTF-8 encoded sequence in Windows?

    - by Patrick Niedzielski
    Hello, I am Patrick Niedzielski, a programmer for the Free Software 3D adventure game Humm and Strumm. I'm working on a minimal Unicode character class in C++. I currently have an array of four bytes representing a UTF-8 sequence. On GNU/Linux, I can just convert to UTF-32 with iconv(), but on Windows, I cannot do this. Is it possible to convert the array to a single code point? Thanks, Patrick

    Read the article

  • SQL SERVER – CTE can be Updated

    - by Pinal Dave
    Today I have received a fantastic email from Matthew Spieth. SQL Server expert from Ohio. He recently had a great conversation with his colleagues in the office and wanted to make sure that everybody who reads this blog knows about this little feature which is commonly confused. Here is his statement and we will start our story with Matthew’s own statement: “Users often confuse CTE with Temp Table but technically they both are different, CTE are like Views and they can be updated just like views.“ Very true statement from Matthew. I totally agree with what he is saying. Just like him, I have enough, time came across a situation when developers think CTE is like temp table. When you update temp table, it remains in the scope of the temp table and it does not propagate it to the table based on which temp table is built. However, this is not the case when it is about CTE, when you update CTE, it updates underlying table just like view does. Here is the working example of the same built by Matthew to illustrate this behavior. Check the value in the base table first. USE AdventureWorks2012; -- Check - The value in the base table is updated SELECT Color FROM [Production].[Product] WHERE ProductNumber = 'CA-6738'; Now let us build CTE with the same data. ;WITH CTEUpd(ProductID, Name, ProductNumber, Color) AS( SELECT ProductID, Name, ProductNumber, Color FROM [Production].[Product] WHERE ProductNumber = 'CA-6738') Now let us update CTE with following code. -- Update CTE UPDATE CTEUpd SET Color = 'Rainbow'; Now let us check the BASE table based on which the CTE was built. -- Check - The value in the base table is updated SELECT Color FROM [Production].[Product] WHERE ProductNumber = 'CA-6738'; That’s it! You can update CTE and it will update the base table. Here is the script which you should execute all together. USE AdventureWorks2012; -- Check - The value in the base table is updated SELECT Color FROM [Production].[Product] WHERE ProductNumber = 'CA-6738'; -- Build CTE ;WITH CTEUpd(ProductID, Name, ProductNumber, Color) AS( SELECT ProductID, Name, ProductNumber, Color FROM [Production].[Product] WHERE ProductNumber = 'CA-6738') -- Update CTE UPDATE CTEUpd SET Color = 'Rainbow'; -- Check - The value in the base table is updated SELECT Color FROM [Production].[Product] WHERE ProductNumber = 'CA-6738'; If you are aware of such scenario, do let me know and I will post this on my blog with due credit to you. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, SQL View, T SQL Tagged: CTE

    Read the article

  • The People Who Support Linux

    <b>Linux.com: </b>"The Linux Foundation's individual members help to support the work of Linux creator Linus Torvalds and other important activities that advance Linux, while getting a variety of other fun and valuable benefits. The series begins with Matthew Fernandez, a senior application developer based in Sydney, Australia. Matthew has been using Linux since 2001 and just recently became a Linux Foundation member."

    Read the article

  • Cannot resolve the collation conflict between "Latin1_General_CI_AS" and "SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_

    - by Patrick Olurotimi Ige
    I was writing a store proc for a report and i needed some data from another server so i added a linked server to connect to this new db server. when i do a select like below its all fine select a,b,c from Server.DatabaseName.dbo.table But when i use the table in a join i get the error "Cannot resolve the collation conflict between "Latin1_General_CI_AS" and "SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS" in the equal to operation." I did check the collation set on the 2 databases and it was actually the same and had mo idea why i'm getting the error. I later found out that you could specifically tell it to use a COLLATE Just rewrite your join like this on a.name COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS = eaobjname Hope that helps and saves your precious time Patrick

    Read the article

  • How I might think like a hacker so that I can anticipate security vulnerabilities in .NET or Java before a hacker hands me my hat [closed]

    - by Matthew Patrick Cashatt
    Premise I make a living developing web-based applications for all form-factors (mobile, tablet, laptop, etc). I make heavy use of SOA, and send and receive most data as JSON objects. Although most of my work is completed on the .NET or Java stacks, I am also recently delving into Node.js. This new stack has got me thinking that I know reasonably well how to secure applications using known facilities of .NET and Java, but I am woefully ignorant when it comes to best practices or, more importantly, the driving motivation behind the best practices. You see, as I gain more prominent clientele, I need to be able to assure them that their applications are secure and, in order to do that, I feel that I should learn to think like a malevolent hacker. What motivates a malevolent hacker: What is their prime mover? What is it that they are most after? Ultimately, the answer is money or notoriety I am sure, but I think it would be good to understand the nuanced motivators that lead to those ends: credit card numbers, damning information, corporate espionage, shutting down a highly visible site, etc. As an extension of question #1--but more specific--what are the things most likely to be seeked out by a hacker in almost any application? Passwords? Financial info? Profile data that will gain them access to other applications a user has joined? Let me be clear here. This is not judgement for or against the aforementioned motivations because that is not the goal of this post. I simply want to know what motivates a hacker regardless of our individual judgement. What are some heuristics followed to accomplish hacker goals? Ultimately specific processes would be great to know; however, in order to think like a hacker, I would really value your comments on the broader heuristics followed. For example: "A hacker always looks first for the low-hanging fruit such as http spoofing" or "In the absence of a CAPTCHA or other deterrent, a hacker will likely run a cracking script against a login prompt and then go from there." Possibly, "A hacker will try and attack a site via Foo (browser) first as it is known for Bar vulnerability. What are the most common hacks employed when following the common heuristics? Specifics here. Http spoofing, password cracking, SQL injection, etc. Disclaimer I am not a hacker, nor am I judging hackers (Heck--I even respect their ingenuity). I simply want to learn how I might think like a hacker so that I may begin to anticipate vulnerabilities before .NET or Java hands me a way to defend against them after the fact.

    Read the article

  • Replace %26 in htaccess to %2526

    - by Patrick
    I would like htaccess to rewrite example.com/something_%26_else into example.com/something_%2526_else. I'm importing a bunch of pages that have ampersands in the title from Mediawiki. These are encoded as %26. Drupal, for various reasons, has decided double encode the url it to have it become %2526. I simply can't create the alisis within Drupal so I have to use htaccess This is what I have as my rule so far as RewriteRule ^w/([^%26]+)\%26(.*)$ w/$1\%2526$2 [R=301] I asked this question three months ago on stackexchange and was not able to get it working. I tried hiring a contractor for this but was unable to find one. So this my last ditch effort before I completely give up. I really appreciate the help. All the best, Patrick

    Read the article

  • Replace %26 in htaccess to %2526

    - by Patrick
    I would like htaccess to rewrite example.com/something_%26_else into example.com/something_%2526_else. I'm importing a bunch of pages that have ampersands in the title from Mediawiki. These are encoded as %26. Drupal, for various reasons, has decided double encode the url it to have it become %2526. I simply can't create the alisis within Drupal so I have to use htaccess This is what I have as my rule so far as RewriteRule ^w/([^%26]+)\%26(.*)$ w/$1\%2526$2 [R=301] I asked this question three months ago on stackexchange and was not able to get it working. I tried hiring a contractor for this but was unable to find one. So this my last ditch effort before I completely give up. I really appreciate the help. All the best, Patrick

    Read the article

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  | Next Page >