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  • How do I enable greedy MigrationHeuristic in Karmic?

    - by Matthew
    My laptop performs very poorly for 2d graphics. For example, Docky's zoom effect and compiz effects are very choppy. In Jaunty, I was able to fix this by adding the following line under the "Device" section in my xorg.conf: Option "MigrationHeuristic" "greedy" In Karmic, there is no xorg.conf by default, so I copied my old one (from Jaunty). However, everything is still slow. Here is my xorg.conf: Section "Device" Identifier "Configured Video Device" Option "MigrationHeuristic" "greedy" EndSection Section "Monitor" Identifier "Configured Monitor" EndSection Section "Screen" Identifier "Default Screen" Monitor "Configured Monitor" Device "Configured Video Device" EndSection From googling about, it sounds like "MigrationHeuristic" is only an option for the "EXA" mode, while Karmic has switched the intel driver to "UXA". So I tried adding this line under the "Device" section: Option "AccelMethod" "exa" But this didn't help.

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  • &ldquo;ASP.NET MVC 2 in Action&rdquo; Ebook is complete

    - by Brian Schroer
    I just got email notification that ASP.NET MVC2 in Action is complete. I had signed up for the Manning Early Access Program (MEAP), which allowed me to reserve a hardcopy of the book, a PDF of the completed chapters, and the PDF of the entire version 1 (ASP.NET MVC in Action) book all for $49.99. I’m working on my first MVC application, and it’s been a big help so far. Congratulations to Jeffrey Palermo, Ben Scheirman, Jimmy Bogard, Eric Hexter, and Matthew Hinze for completing what looks like a great book!

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  • HP LasterJet P2035 not mapping on remote desktop

    - by Matthew Pomar
    I am connecting from a Windows 7 Pro laptop to a remote 64bit Windows 2008 R2 server via Remote Desktop. My local laptop has a networked HP LaserJet P2035 printer set as the default printer. When I connect to the server, the local (networked) HP printer does not get mapped on the server. I've installed the 64bit drivers from HP for the printer and was able to create a test printer on the server itself using the correct driver (HP LaserJet P2035) priting to a file. I've also checked the Printer under Local Resources tab on my Remote Desktop client. Does anyone know where else I should check to get my local printer to make to my remote desktop session?

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  • Issues running java in Solaris 9 container

    - by Matthew Watson
    Hi, I have a solaris 9 container built from a physical server using flarcreate. Everything seems fine, except when trying to trying to run any "java -server" process it fails with the following error This is on a Sunfire T1000 machine running Solaris 10 10/09 s10s_u8wos_08a SPARC Running jdk1.5.0_15 Exception java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: requested -4 bytes for size_t in /BUILD_AREA/jdk1.5.0_15/hotspot/src/os/solaris/vm/os_solaris.cpp. Out of swap space? As far as I can tell I'm not actually out of swap space. Running java in client mode works without a problem. Googles only suggestion is related to x86. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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  • BizTalk Server 2009 highly available configuration

    - by Matthew
    Hi. I am setting up a BizTalk 2009 Server production environment and I wonder if this tutorial: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc558972(BTS.10).aspx is still fairly accurate for an installation on all the latest platform software (Hyper-V, Windows Server 2008, BizTalk Server 2009, SQL Server 2008)? Is there anything like this but more up to date? Any other advice about this process and links to articles, blogs & tutorials would be appreciated.

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  • Batch Conversion of PaperPort MAX Files

    - by Matthew
    I've got a library of MAX files from an old Visioneer Scanner that used ScanSoft PaperPort. I don't have the PC that I used to scan them anymore, and I don't have the CD for PaperPort. Does anyone know of a utility I can use to open and convert .MAX files to something more useful like a JPEG? (I'd prefer something that batch converts -- but if I can get a utility that will even allow one conversion, I could probably figure out how to use AutoHotkey or something like that to automate.) Thanks for your help

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  • Do You Need a Static or a Dynamic Website?

    Web design industry is thriving despite the global economic slowdown. The boom in small home based businesses increased the demand of web design services. Today?s small businesses and home based busi... [Author: Emily Matthew - Web Design and Development - March 31, 2010]

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  • Diagnosing SAN connectivity issues (RHEL5)

    - by Matthew
    We are currently utilizing GFS2 to share a SAN LUN between 3 servers. However due to a feature problem with vendor software we are using, we currently have the volume unmounted on two of the boxes, and are instead exporting the GFS2 filesystem via NFS from the first one (the software requires some weird locking mechanics that GFS2 doesn't support). As of this morning, NFS was no longer able to read/write to the volume from any of the servers, including the NFS server. I then tried checking the normal mount (the directory that is exported on the NFS server) and I received a weird input/output error just trying to CD into it. When I tried running multipath, I got a DM error, however multipath -l worked just fine. I tried unmounting the GFS2 volume, and the CLI hung. I ran init 0 which killed most services, but then the shutdown appeared to have been hung. I logged in via out of band access (hp ILO) and saw that the shutdown was hung trying to unmount GFS2 volumes. My main priority was getting the box back online so after about 5 minutes of waiting I did a hard reset. I am now trying to figure out what went wrong. What are the correct logs to investigate? I've never run into SAN issues like this before. The SAN is connected via 2 fibre connections. Any help would really be appreciated. Everything appears to be up and functional now.

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  • Connecting XRAID to Sunfire via LSI FC card - Drives not showing up

    - by Matthew Watson
    Hi, I've got a Sunfire T1000 machine ( Solaris 10 10/09 s10s_u8wos_08a SPARC ) with a LSI7404EP-LC fibre channel card in it. This is plugged into an XRAID. The system seems to have picked up the card > /usr/platform/`uname -i `/sbin/prtdiag IO Location Type Slot Path Name Model ----------- ----- ---- --------------------------------------------- ------------------------- --------- MB/PCIE0 PCIE 0 /[email protected]/fibre-channel fibre-channel MB/PCIE0 PCIE 0 /[email protected]/fibre-channel fibre-channel MB/NET0 PCIE MB /[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected] network-pci14e4,1668 MB/NET1 PCIE MB /[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected],1 network-pci14e4,1668 MB/NET2 PCIX MB /[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected] network-pci108e,1648 MB/NET3 PCIX MB /[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected],1 network-pci108e,1648 MB/PCIX PCIX MB /[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected]/[email protected] scsi-pci1000,50 LSI,1064 However it doesn't seem to be able to see the xraid attached to it, lsiutil only reports the onboard SAS controller. > /usr/local/bin/lsiutil ~ LSI Logic MPT Configuration Utility, Version 1.62, January 14, 2009 1 MPT Port found Port Name Chip Vendor/Type/Rev MPT Rev Firmware Rev IOC 1. mpt0 LSI Logic SAS1064 A3 105 010a0000 0 Select a device: [1-1 or 0 to quit] I've tried adding the configuration to /kernal/drv/sd.conf and /kernal/drv/ssd.conf as per this thread, however format still cannot see any drives on the xraid. I'm not sure where to go next. Any suggestions? From what I've read..this should pretty much just eb plug it in and they show up in format..

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  • Recover mysql database - mysqldump gives "table <tablename> doesn't exist (1146)"

    - by Matthew
    Backstory Ubuntu died (wouldn't boot) and I couldn't fix it. I booted a live cd to recover the important stuff and saved it to my NAS. One of the things I backed up was /var/lib/mysql. Reinstalled with Linux Mint because I was on Ubuntu 10.0.4 this was a good opportunity to try a new distro (and I don't like Unity). Now I want to recover my old mediawiki, so I shut down mysql daemon, cp -R /media/NAS/Backup/mysql/[email protected]_19_1 /var/lib/mysql/, set file ownership and permissions correctly, and start mysql back up. Problem Now I'm trying to export the database so I can restore the database, but when I execute the mysqldump I get an error: $ mysqldump -u mediawikiuser -p mediawiki-1_19_1 -c | gzip -9 > wiki.2012-11-15.sql.gz Enter password: mysqldump: Got error: 1146: Table 'mediawiki-1_19_1.archive' doesn't exist when using LOCK TABLES Things I've tried I tried using --skip-lock-tables but I get this: Error: Couldn't read status information for table archive () mysqldump: Couldn't execute 'show create table `archive`': Table 'mediawiki-1_19_1.archive' doesn't exist (1146) I tried logging in to mysql and I can list the tables that should be there, but trying to describe or select from them errors out the same way as the dump: mysql> show tables; +----------------------------+ | Tables_in_mediawiki-1_19_1 | +----------------------------+ | archive | | category | | categorylinks | ... | user_properties | | valid_tag | | watchlist | +----------------------------+ 49 rows in set (0.00 sec) mysql> describe archive; ERROR 1146 (42S02): Table 'mediawiki-1_19_1.archive' doesn't exist I believe mediawiki was installed using innodb and binary data. Am I screwed or is there a way to recover this?

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  • Why Simplicity is the Best Custom Logo Design Rule?

    When it comes to custom logo design everyone wants a unique and effective logo design. The main purpose of a logo design is to give a business / organization a visual identity. Now if we are talking ... [Author: Emily Matthew - Web Design and Development - March 31, 2010]

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  • How do I make mailto: links open gmail in Ubuntu?

    - by Matthew
    I've tried using this How-To Geek guide, but it doesn't work. Running the script from the terminal works (although I had to change its permissions first), but clicking on a mailto: link does nothing. Note: I am using the Chromium Daily Builds for my browser. I would mailto: links in all applications to point to gmail, not just the ones that I click on in my browser.

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  • In bash, how do I escape an exclamation mark?

    - by Matthew
    I want to do something like bzr commit -m "It works!". I can sort of escape the exclamation mark by doing bzr commit -m "It works\!". However, then my commit message includes the backslash. How do I escape the exclamation mark, while still ignoring the backslash?

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  • Remote management interface for managing ip6tables (or an alternative firewall)

    - by Matthew Iselin
    I'm working with IPv6 and have run into an issue configuring ip6tables on our main router in order to control what can come into the network. A default DROP rule in the FORWARD section has worked well (obviously leaving ESTABLISHED,RELATED as ACCEPT) to keep internal clients' open ports from being accessed. However, running an ip6tables command for every little change is unwieldy. Whilst we are able to continue creating rules manually, I'm wondering if there's some sort of management interface we could use to create the rules quickly and easily. We're looking to be able to save time working on our firewall as well as providing a simple method for modifying rules for those who will eventually replace us. I know webmin (heavily locked down on our network, naturally) has support for modifying iptables rules, but seemingly no support for ip6tables. Something similar would be fantastic. Alternatively, suggestions for a firewall solution apart from iptables/ip6tables which can be managed remotely wouldn't be out of order. A web interface for management is certainly preferable, even if it is just a wrapper with shiny buttons over the raw config files.

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  • Apple iOS Apps and caching at the edge proxy

    - by Matthew Iselin
    Our network contains a growing number of iOS devices, all of which with very similar configurations. All Internet access is via a transparent proxy. We've found that iOS updates and some free apps cache fine on the proxy, but any paid apps fail to cache properly (as they seem to be encrypted to the Apple ID (?)). I'm just wondering if there's any way forward with this where we could cache the paid apps so that they are purchased n times, but downloaded from the proxy cache instead of from the Internet each time. Bandwidth caps aside, the download direct from the Internet slows everything down for everyone, regardless of fairness queueing and related 'fixes'. I know this is quite unlikely, but I figured there's nothing to lose and everything to gain before I look into other solutions (eg, QoS).

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  • How to automatically save sessions with multiple windows in FireFox

    - by Matthew Talbert
    I've used primarily FF's built-in session management until recently. Now my needs have become more sophisticated. What I want is to be able to have two windows, one with a fixed set of tabs (approximately 5) and the other with "automatic save". That is, when I start FF, I want 1 window to open with my 5 tabs, and another to open with whatever I had when I shut down FF. I've installed "Session Manager", but I can't seem to get it to do what I want. It will save one window, but when I close one window, it removes that one from the session. Any suggestions to do this with either Session Manager or another plugin would be great.

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  • Losing JSESSIONID when using ProxyHTMLURLMap

    - by Matthew Schmitt
    I've setup a reverse proxy between an Apache front-end and multiple Tomcat backends. The below block of code includes the ProxyHTMLURLMap param so that the HTML can be rewritten to remove the Tomcat context path. With this setup in place, after logging into my application, an initial JSESSIONID is set properly, but when navigating to any other page, this JSESSIONID is lost and another one is set by the application. I should mention that the initial login directs to a URL that includes the current context path (i.e. https://app.domain.com/context/home), but when navigating to another page, that context path is not present in the URL (i.e. https://app.domain.com/page2). <Proxy balancer://happcluster> BalancerMember ajp://happ01.h.s.com:8009 route=worker1 loadfactor=10 timeout=15 retry=5 BalancerMember ajp://happ02.h.s.com:8009 route=worker2 loadfactor=10 timeout=15 retry=5 BalancerMember ajp://happ03.h.s.com:8009 route=worker3 loadfactor=5 timeout=15 retry=5 BalancerMember ajp://happ04.h.s.com:8009 route=worker4 loadfactor=5 timeout=15 retry=5 BalancerMember ajp://happ05.h.s.com:8009 route=worker5 loadfactor=5 timeout=15 retry=5 ProxySet lbmethod=bytraffic ProxySet stickysession=JSESSIONID </Proxy> ProxyPass /context balancer://happcluster/context ProxyPass / balancer://happcluster/context/ <Location /context/> # Rewrite HTTP headers and HTML/CSS links for everything else ProxyPassReverse / ProxyPassReverseCookieDomain / app.domain.com ProxyPassReverseCookiePath / /context ProxyHTMLURLMap /context/ / # Be prepared to rewrite the HTML/CSS files as they come back # from Tomcat SetOutputFilter INFLATE;proxy-html;DEFLATE </Location> Has anyone ever run into a similar situation?

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  • SSRS2008R2 report times out, but the underlying query executes in the Management Studio

    - by Matthew Belk
    A customer of mine recently moved servers and the new server has SQL2008R2. His old server was SQL2005. The new server has substantially better CPU, RAM, and disk performance than the old, but several reports time out while executing. When I run the underlying query in the SQL Management Studio, the query executes in sub-second time. The exact error message returned via the Report Manager UI is: An error occurred within the report server database. This may be due to a connection failure, timeout or low disk condition within the database. (rsReportServerDatabaseError) Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding. It must be noted that this database is not just analytical; it's also fairly transactional, although the transaction volume is not exceptionally high. What can I do to improve the performance of the SSRS query engine? Are there settings in the data source I can adjust, or in the SSRS config files?

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  • Which Linux distributions work on IBM's JS20 PowerPC blade?

    - by Matthew Rankin
    Which Linux distributions have people successfully gotten working on an IBM JS20 Blade, which has the PowerPC 970 processor? Specifically, I'm interested in distributions other than RHEL and SLES. What gotchas need to be watched out for when installing a particular distribution of Linux on the JS20? Non-Specific Distribution Information IBM's Linux on BladeCenter JS20 IBM's eServer BladeCenter JS20 Whitepaper — "The JS20 blade supports all popular Linux distributions including Red Hat®, Inc., and SUSE LINUX." PenguinPPC Distributions List PPCLinux — "This project is a repository of information on how to run GNU/Linux on PowerPC architectures." Ubuntu Specific Information Ubuntu PowerPC FAQ — "Ubuntu 6.10 was the last officially supported PowerPC version of Ubuntu." Ubuntu PowerPC Download Ubuntu 8.04 PowerPC Supported Hardware Ubuntu 9.10 Ports — Mac (PowerPC) and IBM-PPC (POWER5) server install CD. For Apple Macintosh G3, G4, and G5 computers, including iBooks and PowerBooks as well as IBM OpenPower machines. Debian Specific Information Debian on PowerPC —"We may have a 64bit port in the future." Looks like there is only a 32-bit version available currently. Debian on JS20 blades Installing Debian Etch on IBM JS20s Gentoo Specific Information Gentoo Linux Crux PPC Specific Information Crux PPC

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  • How to stop receiving an error reading iCal invitations on Mac sent from Thunderbird?

    - by Matthew Rankin
    When I open an iCal invitation (Mail Attachment.ics file) in Mac Mail.app sent to me from someone using Thunderbird, I receive the following error: The only solution that I've found to date is to save the Mail Attachment.ics file somewhere like the Desktop, open it in a text editor, and delete the blank lines at the beginning and end of the file. This problem appears to only happen when I'm receiving invitations from people using Thunderbird under Windows. Does anyone know of a better way to solve this problem? Is this a bug in Apple iCal, or is Thunderbird not meeting the iCal spec? Configuration Information OS: Mac OS X 10.6.2 Mail Program: Mac Mail.app ver. 4.2 (1077) Calendar Program: Mac iCal.app ver 4.0.1 (1374)

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