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  • Steve Jobs animera la keynote d'ouverture de la WWDC 2010, l'iPhone 4G y sera-t-il dévoilé ?

    Steve Jobs animera la keynote d'ouverture de la WWDC 2010, l'iPhone 4G y sera-t-il dévoilé ? Le lundi 7 juin s'ouvrira la WWDC, la Worldwide Developers Conference d'Apple. Cette édition 2010 débutera à 10 heures (heure locale, soit 19 heures à Paris) et sera lancée par une keynote d'ouverture, qui sera présenté par Steve Jobs en personne. L'information a été officiellement confirmée par Apple, qui indique également que plus de 5000 développeurs assisteront à l'évènement qui a affiché complet 8 jours seulement après la mise en vente des billets. L'un des sujets principaux qui y sera abordé sera l'iPhone 4. Plus de détails devraient être divulgués sur l'appareils, sans oublier qu'Apple pourrait aussi y faire des anno...

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  • L'iPad remplacera les PC et sauvera la presse d'après Steve Jobs, qui revient aussi sur le conflit a

    L'iPad remplacera les PC et sauvera la presse d'après Steve Jobs, qui revient aussi sur le conflit avec Flash Mardi soir se tenait à Rancho Palos Verdes (en Californie), le salon All Things Digital. Steve Jobs y était invité et, pendant de longues minutes, il a répondu aux questions de deux journalistes sur une estrade, devant un public captivé. Le patron d'Apple a parlé d'avenir et s'est exprimé sur sa vision du futur de l'informatique. Pour lui, les tablettes devraient prendre le pas sur les ordinateurs portables : «Quand nous étions une nation agraire, toutes les voitures étaient des camions. Mais à partir du moment où la population a commencé à migrer vers les villes, les gens ont commencé à utiliser des voitures. Je pense que...

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  • Steve Jobs est "un méchant dictateur" d'après un expert en nouvelles technologies, et vous, qu'en pensez-vous?

    Steve Jobs est "un méchant dictateur" d'après un expert en nouvelles technologies, et vous, qu'en pensez-vous ? Paul Graham, CEO de Y Combinator (entreprise qui investit dans des start-ups), a donné une interview à Bloomberg la semaine dernière. Lors de cet entretien, il n'a pas mâché ses mots. Parlant de l'industrie des nouvelles technologies, et donnant des conseils aux nouveaux entrepreneurs, il s'est ensuite penché sur le cas Apple. Il a alors déclaré que le monopole est toujours une mauvaise chose, par rapport au fait que la firme de Cupertino pourrait devenir le "Microsoft du mobile". Il a ensuite ajouté : "La situation est vraiment ironique et je me demande ce que Steve Jobs en pense. ...

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  • Windows Phone 7 : plusieurs mises à jour en 2011 viennent d'être confirmées par Steve Ballmer, dont l'ajout du copier-coller

    Plusieurs mises à jour de Windows Phone 7 prévues en 2011 Steve Ballmer le confirme lors du CES 2011 Mise à jour du 06/01/11, par Hinault Romaric Steve Ballmer, le PDG de Microsoft, a, lors de sa keynotes d'ouverture du CES 2011, fait le point sur ses différents produits. Dont le nouvel OS mobile de Microsoft, Windows Phone 7. Le PDG a annoncé qu'une série de mises à jour seraient publiées au cours des prochains mois, mises à jour qui permettront ? c'est officiel - l'ajout du copier-coller, l'amélioration des performances du téléphone lors du chargement et un meilleur basculement entre les applications. Des mises ...

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  • Steve Jobs quitte la direction d'Apple pour raisons médicales, les actions de la compagnie chutent déjà suite à cette annonce

    Steve Jobs quitte la direction d'Apple pour raisons médicales, les actions de la compagnie accusent déjà des chutes en bourse suite à cette annonce C'est une information un peu grand public qui aurait plutôt sa place dans un journal people, mais au vu de la tonne d'encre qu'elle a déjà fait couler en moins de 24 heures, il me semblait important de la relayer. D'autant plus qu'elle en inquiète très sévèrement certains. Steve Jobs, le patron d'Apple, vient en effet d'annoncer qu'il se retirait momentanément de la direction opérationnelle d'Apple. Si l'homme en reste néanmoins CEO et impliqué dans les "décisions stratégiques majeures" à venir, il a délégué une grande partie de ses responsabilités à Tim Cook, comme cel...

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  • Histoire : le fabuleux destin de la calculatrice graphique née dans la clandestinité de l'Apple sans Steve Jobs

    Histoire : le fabuleux destin de la calculatrice graphique Née dans la clandestinité de l'Apple sans Steve Jobs Entre le licenciement de Steve Jobs par la bande à John Sculley en 1985, et son retour en 1996, bien des histoires se sont passées à Apple, que l'Histoire n'a pas forcément choisi d'oublier. Cette période, marquée par une perte du sens de produit d'Apple au profit de la recherche du... profit, a conduit à la multiplication de produits, la scission entre les équipes et une dilatation des développements amenant l'entreprise au bord du gouffre. La suite de l'histoire, on la connaît. Mais d'un tel marasme, de bonnes choses sont nées. Comme NuCalc, plus commu...

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  • Le grand public ne sait pas ce qu'est le Flash, de quoi conforter la stratégie de Steve Jobs ?

    Mise à jour du 29/04/10 NB : Les commentaires sur cette mise à jour commencent ici dans le topic Le grand public ne sait pas ce qu'est le Flash Selon une étude de NPD qui pourrait conforter la stratégie de Steve Jobs de ne pas supporter la technologie Les résultats de l'étude de NPD (un cabinet d'analyse marketing) ne sont pas surprenants. Ils ont cependant le mérite de la clarté. Le grand public n'a aucune idée de ce que signifie le support (ou le non support) du Flash sur l'iPhone ou l'iPad.

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  • gnupg make failure

    - by zhoucengchao
    I got errors as below when tried to make gnupg 2.0.19 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ compress.o: In function `init_uncompress': /home/steve/Desktop/gnupg-2.0.19/g10/compress.c:147: undefined reference to `inflateInit_' compress.o: In function `do_uncompress': /home/steve/Desktop/gnupg-2.0.19/g10/compress.c:196: undefined reference to `inflate' compress.o: In function `init_compress': /home/steve/Desktop/gnupg-2.0.19/g10/compress.c:82: undefined reference to `deflateInit_' compress.o: In function `init_uncompress': /home/steve/Desktop/gnupg-2.0.19/g10/compress.c:147: undefined reference to `inflateInit2_' compress.o: In function `init_compress': /home/steve/Desktop/gnupg-2.0.19/g10/compress.c:82: undefined reference to `deflateInit2_' compress.o: In function `compress_filter': /home/steve/Desktop/gnupg-2.0.19/g10/compress.c:264: undefined reference to `inflateEnd' /home/steve/Desktop/gnupg-2.0.19/g10/compress.c:273: undefined reference to `deflateEnd' collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make[2]: *** [gpg2] Error 1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It looks like ld cannot find object file which owns the reference above. My question is: How to determine which file I was missing? How to resolve this issue? Many thanks in advance!

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  • This Week In Geek History: Steve Jobs Demos the First Mac, Mythbusters Hits the Airwaves, and Dr. Strangelove Invades Popular Culture

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    It was quite a wild ride for this week in Geek History: Steve Jobs gave a demonstration of the first Macintosh computer, beloved geek show MythBusters took to the air, and iconic movie Dr. Strangelove appeared in theatres and our collective consciousness. Latest Features How-To Geek ETC How To Create Your Own Custom ASCII Art from Any Image How To Process Camera Raw Without Paying for Adobe Photoshop How Do You Block Annoying Text Message (SMS) Spam? How to Use and Master the Notoriously Difficult Pen Tool in Photoshop HTG Explains: What Are the Differences Between All Those Audio Formats? How To Use Layer Masks and Vector Masks to Remove Complex Backgrounds in Photoshop Bring Summer Back to Your Desktop with the LandscapeTheme for Chrome and Iron The Prospector – Home Dash Extension Creates a Whole New Browsing Experience in Firefox KinEmote Links Kinect to Windows Why Nobody Reads Web Site Privacy Policies [Infographic] Asian Temple in the Snow Wallpaper 10 Weird Gaming Records from the Guinness Book

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  • Bill Gates fait la promotion des MacBook sur son blog, à quand Steve Jobs déclarant "Windows 7, c'était mon idée" ?

    Bill Gates fait la promotion des MacBook sur son blog, à quand Steve Jobs déclarant "Windows 7, c'était mon idée" ? Sur son blog "The Gates Notes", Bill Gates, figure emblématique de Microsoft, a publié une image bigrement inattendue. Dans un post où l'homme expose ses pensées à propos du système scolaire américain, et se lamente d'un trop peu d'élèves diplômés, il illustre sa réflexion avec la photo de deux étudiants... dont l'un est en train de travailler sur un Mac ! Et même un MacBook, selon les plus fins observateurs. Comme si ce n'était pas suffisant, une forme noire posée sur une pochette jaune, au dessus de l'ordinateur, à tout l'air d'être un iPhone. Beau joueur, le Bill ! ...

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  • Unable to mount USBDRIVE Error creating moint point: Permission denied

    - by steve
    Whenever I plug a usb into my computer a window pops up and says Unable to mount [Name of USB] Error creating moint point: Permission denied [email protected]:/$ uname -a Linux goliath 3.2.0-32-generic #51-Ubuntu SMP Wed Sep 26 21:33:09 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux [email protected]:/$ sudo fdisk -l WARNING: GPT (GUID Partition Table) detected on '/dev/sda'! The util fdisk doesn't support GPT. Use GNU Parted. Disk /dev/sda: 120.0 GB, 120034123776 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 14593 cylinders, total 234441648 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0x0f716ee1 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 1 234441647 117220823+ ee GPT WARNING: GPT (GUID Partition Table) detected on '/dev/sdb'! The util fdisk doesn't support GPT. Use GNU Parted. Disk /dev/sdb: 1500.3 GB, 1500301910016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 182401 cylinders, total 2930277168 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0x0f710ee1 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sdb1 1 2930277167 1465138583+ ee GPT Disk /dev/sdc: 16.0 GB, 16005464064 bytes 74 heads, 10 sectors/track, 42244 cylinders, total 31260672 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0xc3072e18 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sdc1 8064 31260671 15626304 c W95 FAT32 (LBA) [email protected]:/$ sudo mkdir /media/external mkdir: cannot create directory `/media/external': Permission denied [email protected]:/$ sudo mkdir /media/usb0 mkdir: cannot create directory `/media/usb0': Permission denied [email protected]:/$ sudo ls -l / | grep media drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Oct 3 22:48 media [email protected]:/$ ls /media/ -a . .. MediaShare MediaShare is the the directory on my server that has all my movies and music. If there is any information I left out please let me know.

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  • L'AppStore dans le collimateur des autorités américaines ? Steve Jobs répond par ailleurs à une question sur les applications SaaS

    Les nouvelles conditions de l'AppStore dans le viseur des autorités américaines ? Steve Jobs répond à une question sur les applications SaaS Mise à jour du 23/02/2011 par Idelways La Commission Fédérale américaine du Commerce (FTC) serait sur le point de lancer une enquête sur la gestion des paiements à partir des applications de l'App Store d'Apple. Cette initiative surgit après la publication par le Washington Post d'un rapport traitant les cas de parents forcés de payer des factures prohibitives générées par les achats de leurs enfants à partir des applications de l'iPhone, iPad et iPod. Selon les plaig...

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  • Windows 7 passe la barre des 30 % de part de marché sur Développez et en Europe, un succès pour Steve Ballmer

    Windows 7 passe la barre des 30 % de part de marché Sur Développez et en Europe, un succès pour Steve Ballmer Mise à jour du 04/01/11 Les chiffres varient mais la tendance est sûre : Windows 7 progresse très rapidement. Selon NetApps, l'OS de Microsoft a ainsi passé la barre des 20 % de part de marché au niveau mondial en Décembre (20.87 % exactement). Un chiffre en constante augmentation, mais qui est inférieure à d'autres estimations. [IMG]http://ftp-developpez.com/gordon-fowler/StatCounter-os-ww-monthly-201101-201101-bar.jpg[/IMG] Notamment celles de StatCounter, qui crédite Windows 7 d'un score de prè...

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  • Sun2Oracle: Hub City Media Webcast Reminder - Thursday, September 13, 2012

    - by Darin Pendergraft
    Our Sun2Oracle webcast featuring Steve Giovanetti from Hub City Media is this Thursday, September 13th at 10:00 am PST.  If you haven't registered yet, there is still time: Register Here. Scott Bonell, Sr. Director of Product Management will be talking to Steve about their recent project to upgrade a large University from Sun DSEE Directory to Oracle Unified Directory.  Scott and Steve will talk through details of the project, from planning through implementation. In addition to this webcast, Steve Giovanetti will also be participating in two sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2012: CON9465 - Next-Generation Directory: Oracle Unified Directory  Etienne Remillon, Principal Product Manager, Oracle  Steve Giovanetti, CTO Hub City Media  Warren Leung, Sr. Architect, UCLA  Tuesday, Oct 2, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM  Moscone West – 3008 CON5749 - Solutions for Migration of Oracle Waveset to Oracle Identity Manager Steve Giovanetti, CTO Hub City Media Kevin Moulton, Senior Sales Consulting  Manager, Oracle Thursday, Oct 4, 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM Moscone West - 3008

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  • How does string comparison work in OCAML?

    - by Steve Rowe
    From what I can tell, = and != is supposed to work on strings in OCAML. I'm seeing strange results though which I would like to understand better. When I compare two strings with = I get the results I expect: # "steve" = "steve";; - : bool = true # "steve" = "rowe";; - : bool = false but when I try != I do not: # "steve" != "rowe";; - : bool = true # "steve" != "steve";; (* unexpected - shouldn't this be false? *) - : bool = true Can anyone explain? Is there a better way to do this?

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  • Why did Steve Sanderson in his "Pro ASP.NET MVC 2 Framework" book change an example IoC container?

    - by rem
    I like Steve Sanderson's "Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework" book. It helped me a lot. I have been waiting for its new edition and it is ready now, as we can see in this Steve's blog post It is updated a lot taking into account all new features of ASP.NET MVC 2, .NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010. In addition, "SportsStore" tutorial of this edition uses Ninject instead of first edition's Castle Windsor for DI. I wonder, why? Does it mean that Castle Windsor became a little outdated?

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  • Cannot install packages. "Warning: untrusted versions..." plus "method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found"

    - by Steve Tjoa
    Judging from Internet forums, these errors appear to be popular when attempting to install packages: steve:~$ sudo aptitude install examplepackage The following NEW packages will be installed: examplepackage examplepackage-common{a} 0 packages upgraded, 2 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 1,834 kB of archives. After unpacking 7,631 kB will be used. Do you want to continue? [Y/n/?] WARNING: untrusted versions of the following packages will be installed! Untrusted packages could compromise your system's security. You should only proceed with the installation if you are certain that this is what you want to do. examplepackage examplepackage-common Do you want to ignore this warning and proceed anyway? To continue, enter "Yes"; to abort, enter "No": Yes E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. E: Internal error: couldn't generate list of packages to download I followed this post by uninstalling ubuntu-keyring. But I cannot reinstall ubuntu-keyring or ubuntu-minimal -- the above errors reappear. In fact, I don't even seem to have apt (I must have caused this along the way by trying a bad solution, or maybe a clean): steve:~$ sudo apt-get update sudo: apt-get: command not found Aptitude works, but I can't install apt: steve:~$ sudo aptitude install apt The following NEW packages will be installed: apt 0 packages upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 1,046 kB of archives. After unpacking 3,441 kB will be used. E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. E: Internal error: couldn't generate list of packages to download ...or update steve:~$ sudo aptitude update E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/http could not be found. I tried this post. Didn't help. To summarize, the main problem is that I cannot install anything. While attempting to fix the problem, the other aforementioned errors occurred. Can you help me fix this error? Feel free to ask if you need more information. Stats: steve:~$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 11.10 Release: 11.10 Codename: oneiric

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  • Java in Flux: Utopia or Deuteranopia?

    - by Tori Wieldt
    What a difference a year makes, indeed. Steve Harris, Senior VP, App Server Dev, Oracle and Adam Messinger, VP, Fusion Middleware Group, Oracle presented an informative keynote at the TheServerSide Java Symposium today. With a title "Java in Flux: Utopia or Deuteranopia?" you know things are going to be interesting (see Aeon Flux if you don't get the title reference).What a YearThey started with a little background, explaining that the reactions to Oracle's acquisition of Sun (and therefore Java) one year ago varied greatly, from "Freak Out!" to "Don't Panic." From the Oracle perspective, being the steward of and key contributor to Java requires a lot of sausage making.  They admitted to Oracle's fair share of Homer Simpson-esque "D'oh" moments in the past year, which was complicated by Oracle's communication style.   "Oracle has a tradition has a saying a few things and sticking by then, in contrast to Sun who was much more open," Adam explained. "We laid out the Java roadmap and are executing on it, and we hope that speaks to our commitment."Java SEAdam talked about having a long term perspective on the Java language (20+ years), letting ideas mature in more experimental languages, then bringing them into Java. Current priorities include: JVM convergence (getting the best features of JRockit into Hotspot); support of parallel/multi-core programming, and of course, all the improvements in JDK7. The JDK7 Developer Preview is underway (please download now and report bugs!). The Oracle development team is also working on Lambda and modularity (Jigsaw) for SE 8. Less certain, but also under discussion are improvements for Java SE 9. Adam is thinking of it as a "back to basics" release. He mentioned reworking JNI, improving data integration and improved device support.Java EE To provide context about Java EE, Steve said Java EE was great at getting businesses on the internet. The success of Java EE resulted in an incredible expansion of the middleware marketplace for developers and vendors.  But with success, came more. Java EE kept piling on capabilities, but that created excess baggage.  Doing simple things was no longer so simple. That's where Java community is so valuable: "When Java EE was too complex and heavyweight, many people were happy to tell us what we were doing wrong and popularize solutions," Steve explained. Because of that feedback, the Java EE teams focused on making things simple again: POJOs and annotations, and leveraging changes in Java SE.  Steve said that "innovation doesn't happen in expert groups, it happens on the ground where developers are solving problems," and platform stewards need to pay attention and take advantage of changes that are taking place.Enter the Cloud "Developers are restless, they want cloud functionality from their own IT dept" Steve explained. With the cloud, the scope of problem has expanded to include the data center itself, with multiple tenants. To move forward, existing APIs in Java EE need to be updated to be tenant-aware, service-enabled, and EE needs to support various styles of deployment. The goal is to get all that done in Java EE 8.Adam questioned Steve about timing and schedule. "Yes, the schedule is aggressive, but it'll work" Steve said. Then Adam asked about modularization. If Java SE 8 comes out at the end of 2012, when can Java EE deliver modularization? Steve suggested that key stakeholders can come with up some pre-SE 8 agreement on how to expose the metadata about modules. He then alluded to Mark Reinhold and John Duimovich's keynote at EclipseCON next week. Stay tuned.Evil Master PlanIn conclusion, Adam finally admitted to Oracle's Evil Master Plan: 1) Invest in and improve Java SE and EE 2) Collaborate with the community 3) Broaden the marketplace for Java development. Bwaaaaaaaaahahaha! <rubs hands together>Key LinksJDK7 Developer Preview  http://jdk7.java.net/preview/Oracle Technology Network http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/index.htmlTheServerSide Java Symposium  http://javasymposium.techtarget.com/"Utopia or Deuteranopia?" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeon_Flux

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  • compare two windows paths, one containing tilde, in python

    - by Steve Cooper
    I'm trying to use the TMP environment variable in a program. When I ask for tmp = os.path.expandvars("$TMP") I get C:\Users\STEVE~1.COO\AppData\Local\Temp Which contains the old-school, tilde form. A function I have no control over returns paths like C:\Users\steve.cooper\AppData\Local\Temp\file.txt My problem is this; I'd like to check if the file is in my temp drive, but I can't find a way to compare them. How do you tell if these two Windows directories; C:\Users\STEVE~1.COO\AppData\Local\Temp C:\Users\steve.cooper\AppData\Local\Temp are the same?

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  • ffmpeg cutting video duration

    - by Steve Spence
    When using ffmpeg on linux, my 4.3GB 2.21 second video is being chopped down to 1.56 duration. I'm trying to reduce file size, but not lose frames. [email protected]:~/Desktop$ ffmpeg -i microbe.avi microbe.mp4 ffmpeg version 0.8.3-4:0.8.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.1, Copyright (c) 2000-2012 the Libav developers built on Jun 12 2012 16:37:58 with gcc 4.6.3 * THIS PROGRAM IS DEPRECATED * This program is only provided for compatibility and will be removed in a future release. Please use avconv instead. Input #0, avi, from 'microbe.avi': Duration: 00:02:21.80, start: 0.000000, bitrate: 242311 kb/s Stream #0.0: Video: rawvideo, bgr24, 1280x960, 10 tbr, 10 tbn, 10 tbc Incompatible pixel format 'bgr24' for codec 'mpeg4', auto-selecting format 'yuv420p' [buffer @ 0x9f861e0] w:1280 h:960 pixfmt:bgr24 [avsink @ 0x9f86440] auto-inserting filter 'auto-inserted scaler 0' between the filter 'src' and the filter 'out' [scale @ 0x9f7d800] w:1280 h:960 fmt:bgr24 - w:1280 h:960 fmt:yuv420p flags:0x4 Output #0, mp4, to 'microbe.mp4': Metadata: encoder : Lavf53.21.0 Stream #0.0: Video: mpeg4, yuv420p, 1280x960, q=2-31, 200 kb/s, 10 tbn, 10 tbc Stream mapping: Stream #0.0 - #0.0 Press ctrl-c to stop encoding frame= 1164 fps= 6 q=31.0 Lsize= 3775kB time=116.40 bitrate= 265.7kbits/s video:3765kB audio:0kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead 0.272870% [email protected]:~/Desktop$

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  • Quotas - Using quotas on ZFSSA shares and projects and users

    - by Steve Tunstall
    So you don't want your users to fill up your entire storage pool with their MP3 files, right? Good idea to make some quotas. There's some good tips and tricks here, including a helpful workflow (a script) that will allow you to set a default quota on all of the users of a share at once. Let's start with some basics. I mad a project called "small" and inside it I made a share called "Share1". You can set quotas on the project level, which will affect all of the shares in it, or you can do it on the share level like I am here. Go the the share's General property page. First, I'm using a Windows client, so I need to make sure I have my SMB mountpoint. Do you know this trick yet? Go to the Protocol page of the share. See the SMB section? It needs a resource name to make the UNC path for the SMB (Windows) users. You do NOT have to type this name in for every share you make! Do this at the Project level. Before you make any shares, go to the Protocol properties of the Project, and set the SMB Resource name to "On". This special code will automatically make the SMB resource name of every share in the project the same as the share name. Note the UNC path name I got below. Since I did this at the Project level, I didn't have to lift a finger for it to work on every share I make in this project. Simple. So I have now mapped my Windows "Z:" drive to this Share1. I logged in as the user "Joe". Note that my computer shows my Z: drive as 34GB, which is the entire size of my Pool that this share is in. Right now, Joe could fill this drive up and it would fill up my pool.  Now, go back to the General properties of Share1. In the "Space Usage" area, over on the right, click on the "Show All" text under the Users & Groups section. Sure enough, Joe and some other users are in here and have some data. Note this is also a handy window to use just to see how much space your users are using in any given share.  Ok, Joe owes us money from lunch last week, so we want to give him a quota of 100MB. Type his name in the Users box. Notice how it now shows you how much data he's currently using. Go ahead and give him a 100M quota and hit the Apply button. If I go back to "Show All", I can see that Joe now has a quota, and no one else does. Sure enough, as soon as I refresh my screen back on Joe's client, he sees that his Z: drive is now only 100MB, and he's more than half way full.  That was easy enough, but what if you wanted to make the whole share have a quota, so that the share itself, no matter who uses it, can only grow to a certain size? That's even easier. Just use the Quota box on the left hand side. Here, I use a Quota on the share of 300MB.  So now I log off as Joe, and log in as Steve. Even though Steve does NOT have a quota, it is showing my Z: drive as 300MB. This would effect anyone, INCLUDING the ROOT user, becuase you specified the Quota to be on the SHARE, not on a person.  Note that back in the Share, if you click the "Show All" text, the window does NOT show Steve, or anyone else, to have a quota of 300MB. Yet we do, because it's on the share itself, not on any user, so this panel does not see that. Ok, here is where it gets FUN.... Let's say you do NOT want a quota on the SHARE, because you want SOME people, like Root and yourself, to have FULL access to it and you want the ability to fill the whole thing up if you darn well feel like it. HOWEVER, you want to give the other users a quota. HOWEVER you have, say, 200 users, and you do NOT feel like typing in each of their names and giving them each a quota, and they are not all members of a AD global group you could use or anything like that.  Hmmmmmm.... No worries, mate. We have a handy-dandy script that can do this for us. Now, this script was written a few years back by Tim Graves, one of our ZFSSA engineers out of the UK. This is not my script. It is NOT supported by Oracle support in any way. It does work fine with the 2011.1.4 code as best as I can tell, but Oracle, and I, are NOT responsible for ANYTHING that you do with this script. Furthermore, I will NOT give you this script, so do not ask me for it. You need to get this from your local Oracle storage SC. I will give it to them. I want this only going to my fellow SCs, who can then work with you to have it and show you how it works.  Here's what it does...Once you add this workflow to the Maintenance-->Workflows section, you click it once to run it. Nothing seems to happen at this point, but something did.   Go back to any share or project. You will see that you now have four new, custom properties on the bottom.  Do NOT touch the bottom two properties, EVER. Only touch the top two. Here, I'm going to give my users a default quota of about 40MB each. The beauty of this script is that it will only effect users that do NOT already have any kind of personal quota. It will only change people who have no quota at all. It does not effect the Root user.  After I hit Apply on the Share screen. Nothing will happen until I go back and run the script again. The first time you run it, it creates the custom properties. The second and all subsequent times you run it, it checks the shares for any users, and applies your quota number to each one of them, UNLESS they already have one set. Notice in the readout below how it did NOT apply to my Joe user, since Joe had a quota set.  Sure enough, when I go back to the "Show All" in the share properties, all of the users who did not have a quota, now have one for 39.1MB. Hmmm... I did my math wrong, didn't I?    That's OK, I'll just change the number of the Custom Default quota again. Here, I am adding a zero on the end.  After I click Apply, and then run the script again, all of my users, except Joe, now have a quota of 391MB  You can customize a person at any time. Here, I took the Steve user, and specifically gave him a Quota of zero. Now when I run the script again, he is different from the rest, so he is no longer effected by the script. Under Show All, I see that Joe is at 100, and Steve has no Quota at all. I can do this all day long. es, you will have to re-run the script every time new users get added. The script only applies the default quota to users that are present at the time the script is ran. However, it would be a simple thing to schedule the script to run each night, or to make an alert to run the script when certain events occur.  For you power users, if you ever want to delete these custom properties and remove the script completely, you will find these properties under the "Schema" section under the Shares section. You can remove them here. There's no need to, however, they don't hurt a thing if you just don't use them.  I hope these tips have helped you out there. Quotas can be fun. 

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  • .htaccess RedirectMatch 301 issue

    - by Steve
    Hi. I've moved my Wordpress installation from one domain to another, and I want to use an .htaccess file on the original to redirect visitors to the new page on the new website. The old site is http://www.steve.doig.com.au/wordpress/. The new site is http://www.superlogical.net I tried using tried using the following .htaccess file in the /wordpress directory: RedirectMatch 301 http://www.steve.doig.com.au/wordpress(.*) http://www.superlogical.net/$1 However, all this does is redirect visitors to the URL: http://www.superlogical.net/wordpress/ I guess this is working properly, but I don't have Wordpress installed in a /wordpress folder on the new domain. How do I remove this from the URL redirected to? Thanks..

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  • It's All In The Cloud

    - by Natalia Rachelson
    People turned out in droves for Steve Miranda's Apps Cloud General Session. Steve, as engaging as ever, covered our Apps strategy in the cloud and reinforced that Oracle has a complete set of cloud services including: •    Human Capital Management•    Talent Management•    Sales and Marketing•    Customer Service and Support•    Financial Management•    Procurement, Sourcing, and Inventory•    Project Portfolio Management•    Governance, Risk, and Compliance... all delivered on top of the Social, Platform, and Common Infrastructure.Steve talked about Fusion being the centerpiece of our Cloud Services. The fact that Fusion is 100 percent standards based is a big, big deal! In addition, our ERP Cloud Service is the most complete cloud service on the market. And email marketing is dead -- social marketing is where the action is. It's also where Oracle is investing heavily from a Sales & Marketing Cloud perspective. Steve covered the strategic acquisitions Oracle has made to enhance our organic Cloud offering. Specifically, Oracle bought RightNow to make our Customer Service and Support Cloud service complete. We also bought Taleo to add Recruiting and Learning capabilities to our Talent Management Cloud. Steve talked about our customers and how they are benefiting from the use of a variety of our Cloud Services. Red Robin is driving lower labor and food costs with Oracle ERP Cloud Service. He used Elizabeth Arden as the profile customer for HCM and Talent Management Service, UBS for HCM and Talent Management Service, and Brocade for Talent Management. All these customers are benefiting from a comprehensive and fully integrated HR platform that aligns compensation with performance and enhances workforce motivation and retention. At the same time, Hitachi Data Systems is using Oracle Taleo Performance Management Cloud to recruit the right competencies, pinpoint areas of improvement, and develop and monitor employee goals to support the global account organization. KLM and Overstock.com are gaining the benefits of Oracle's Customer Service and Support Service from RightNow by better engaging and serving customer needs online and through call centers. And last but not least, Graco and Key Energy are leveraging mobility features and sales forecasting and territory management capabilities within the Oracle Sales and Marketing Service. They expect to gain better visibility to sales information and drive more efficient sales campaigns and empower their sales force with data they need to make sales. Overall, Oracle Apps Cloud Services are enjoying a significant momentum in the marketplace. Steve projected an air of confidence and enthusiasm highlighting Oracle's latest successes with Cloud services.

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  • Our winners- and some BBQ for everyone

    - by Steve Tunstall
    Congrats to our two winners for the first two comments on my last entry. Steve from Australia and John Lemon. Steve won since he was the first person over the International Date Line to see the post I made so late after a workday on Friday. So not only does he get to live in a country with the 2nd most beautiful women in the world, but now he gets some cool Oracle Swag, too. (Yes, I live on the beach in southern California, so you can guess where 1st place is for that other contest…Now if Steve happens to live in Manly, we may actually have a tie going…) OK, ok, for everyone else, you can be winners, too. How you ask? I will make you the envy of every guy and gal in your neighborhood or campsite. What follows is the way to smoke the best ribs you or anyone you know have ever tasted. Follow my instructions and give it a try. People at your party/cookout/campsite will tell you that they’re the best ribs they’ve ever had, and I will let you take all the credit. Yes, I fully realize this post is going to be longer than any post I’ve done yet. But let’s get serious here. Smoking meat is much more important, agreed? J In all honesty, this is a repeat of another blog I did, so I’m just copying and pasting. Step 1. Get some ribs. I actually really like Costco’s pack. They have both St. Louis and Baby Back. (They are the same ribs, but cut in half down the sides. St. Louis style is the ‘front’ of the ribs closest to the stomach, and ‘Baby back’ is the part of the ribs where is connects to the backbone). I like them both, so here you see I got one pack of each. About 4 racks to a pack. So these two packs for $25 each will feed about 16-20 of my guests. So around 3 bucks a person is a pretty good deal for the best ribs you’ll ever have. Step 2. Prep the ribs the night before you’re going to smoke. You need to trim them to fit your smoker racks, and also take off the membrane and add your rub. Then cover and set in fridge overnight. Here’s how to take off the membrane, which will not break down with heat and smoke like the rest of the meat, so must be removed. Use a butter knife to work in a ways between the membrane and the white bone. Just enough to make room for your finger. Try really hard not to poke through the membrane, you want to keep it whole. See how my gloved fingers can now start to lift up and pull off the membrane? This is what you are trying to do. It’s awesome when the whole thing can come off at once. This one is going great, maybe the best one I’ve ever done. Sometime, it falls apart and doesn't come off in one nice piece. I hate when that happens. Now, add your rub and pat it down once into the meat with your other hand. My rub is not secret. I got it from my mentor, a BBQ competitive chef who is currently ranked #1 in California and #3 in the nation on the BBQ circuit. He does full-day classes in southern California if anyone is interested in taking his class. Go to www.slapyodaddybbq.com to check him out. I tweaked his run recipe a tad and made my own. It’s one part Lawry’s, one part sugar, one part Montreal Steak Seasoning, one part garlic powder, one-half part red chili powder, one-half part paprika, and then 1/20th part cayenne. You can adjust that last ingredient, or leave it out. Real cheap stuff you can get at Costco. This lets you make enough rub to last about a year or two. Don’t make it all at once, make a shaker’s worth and use it up before you make more. Place it all in a bowl, mix well, and then add to a shaker like you see here. You can get a shaker with medium sized holes on it at any restaurant supply store or Smart & Final. The kind you see at pizza places for their red pepper flakes works best. Now cover and place in fridge overnight. Step 3. The next day. Ok, I’m ready to go. Get your stuff together. You will need your smoker, some good foil, a can of peach nectar, a bottle of Agave syrup, and a package of brown sugar. You will need this stuff later. I also use a clean spray bottle, and apple juice. Step 4. Make your fire, or turn on your electric smoker. In this example I’m using my portable charcoal smoker. I got this for only $40. I then modified it to be useful. Once modified, these guys actually work very well. Trust me, your food DOES NOT KNOW how expensive your smoker is. Someone who tells you that you need to spend a bunch of money on a smoker is an idiot. I also have an electric smoker that stays in my backyard. It’s cleaner and larger so I can smoke more food. But this little $40 one works great for going camping. Here is what my fire-bowl looks like. I leave a space in the middle open, and place cold charcoal and wood chucks in a circle going outwards. This makes it so when I dump the hot coals down the middle, they will slowly burn outwards, hitting different wood chucks at different times, allowing me to go 4-5 hours without having to even touch my fire. For ribs, I use apple and pecan wood. Pecan works for anything. Apple or any fruit wood is excellent for pork. So now I make my hot charcoal with a chimney only about half-full. I found a great use for that side-burner on my grill that I never use. It makes a fantastic chimney starter. You never use fluids of any kind, nor ever use that stupid charcoal that has lighter fluid built into it. Never, ever, ever. Step 5. Smoke. Add your ribs in the racks and stack them up in your smoker. I have a digital thermometer on a probe that I use to keep track of the temp in the smoker. I just lay the probe on the top rack and shut the lid. This cheap guy is a little harder to maintain the right temperature of around 225 F, so I do have to keep my eye on it more than my electric one or a more expensive charcoal one with the cool gadgets that regulate your temp for you. Every hour, spray apple juice all over your ribs using that spray bottle. After about 3 hours, you should have a very good crust (called the Bark) on your ribs. Once you have the Bark where you want it, carefully remove your ribs and place them in a tray. We are now ready for a very important part to make the flavor. Get a large piece of foil and place one rib section on it. Splash some of the peach nectar on it, and then a drizzle of the Agave syrup. Then, use your gloved hand to pack on some brown sugar. Do this on BOTH sides, and then completely wrap it up TIGHT in the foil. Do this for each rib section, and then place all the wrapped sections back into the smoker for another 4 to 6 hours. This is where the meat will get tender and flavorful. The first three hours is only to make the smoke bark. You don’t need smoke anymore, since the ribs are wrapped, you only need to keep the heat around 225 for the next 4-6 hours. Obviously you don’t spray anymore. Just time and slow heat. Be patient. It’s actually really hard to overdo it. You can let them go longer, and all that will happen is they will get even MORE tender!!! If you take them out too soon, they will be tough. How do you know? Take out one package (use long tongs) and open it up. If you grab a bone with your tongs and it just falls apart and breaks away from the rest of the meat, you are done!!! Enjoy!!! Step 6. Eat. It pulls apart like this when it’s done. By the way, smoking tri-tip is way easier. Just rub it with the same rub, and put in your smoker for about 2.5 hours at 250 F. That’s it. Low-maintenance. It comes out like this, with a fantastic smoke ring and amazing flavor. Thanks, and I will put up another good tip, about the ZFSSA, around the end of November. Steve 

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  • JSP Precompilation for ADF Applications

    - by Duncan Mills
    A question that comes up from time to time, particularly in relation to build automation, is how to best pre-compile the .jspx and .jsff files in an ADF application. Thus ensuring that the app is ready to run as soon as it's installed into WebLogic. In the normal run of things, the first poor soul to hit a page pays the price and has to wait a little whilst the JSP is compiled into a servlet. Everyone else subsequently gets a free lunch. So it's a reasonable thing to want to do... Let Me List the Ways So forth to Google (other search engines are available)... which lead me to a fairly old article on WLDJ - Removing Performance Bottlenecks Through JSP Precompilation. Technololgy wise, it's somewhat out of date, but the one good point that it made is that it's really not very useful to try and use the precompile option in the weblogic.xml file. That's a really good observation - particularly if you're trying to integrate a pre-compile step into a Hudson Continuous Integration process. That same article mentioned an alternative approach for programmatic pre-compilation using weblogic.jspc. This seemed like a much more useful approach for a CI environment. However, weblogic.jspc is now obsoleted by weblogic.appc so we'll use that instead.  Thanks to Steve for the pointer there. And So To APPC APPC has documentation - always a great place to start, and supports usage both from Ant via the wlappc task and from the command line using the weblogic.appc command. In my testing I took the latter approach. Usage, as the documentation will show you, is superficially pretty simple.  The nice thing here, is that you can pass an existing EAR file (generated of course using OJDeploy) and that EAR will be updated in place with the freshly compiled servlet classes created from the JSPs. Appc takes care of all the unpacking, compiling and re-packing of the EAR for you. Neat.  So we're done right...? Not quite. The Devil is in the Detail  OK so I'm being overly dramatic but it's not all plain sailing, so here's a short guide to using weblogic.appc to compile a simple ADF application without pain.  Information You'll Need The following is based on the assumption that you have a stand-alone WLS install with the Application Development  Runtime installed and a suitable ADF enabled domain created. This could of course all be run off of a JDeveloper install as well 1. Your Weblogic home directory. Everything you need is relative to this so make a note.  In my case it's c:\builds\wls_ps4. 2. Next deploy your EAR as normal and have a peek inside it using your favourite zip management tool. First of all look at the weblogic-application.xml inside the EAR /META-INF directory. Have a look for any library references. Something like this: <library-ref>    <library-name>adf.oracle.domain</library-name> </library-ref>   Make a note of the library ref (adf.oracle.domain in this case) , you'll need that in a second. 3. Next open the nested WAR file within the EAR and then have a peek inside the weblogic.xml file in the /WEB-INF directory. Again  make a note of the library references. 4. Now start the WebLogic as per normal and run the WebLogic console app (e.g. http://localhost:7001/console). In the Domain Structure navigator, select Deployments. 5. For each of the libraries you noted down drill into the library definition and make a note of the .war, .ear or .jar that defines the library. For example, in my case adf.oracle.domain maps to "C:\ builds\ WLS_PS4\ oracle_common\ modules\ oracle. adf. model_11. 1. 1\ adf. oracle. domain. ear". Note the extra spaces that are salted throughout this string as it is displayed in the console - just to make it annoying, you'll have to strip these out. 6. Finally you'll need the location of the adfsharebean.jar. We need to pass this on the classpath for APPC so that the ADFConfigLifeCycleCallBack listener can be found. In a more complex app of your own you may need additional classpath entries as well.  Now we're ready to go, and it's a simple matter of applying the information we have gathered into the relevant command line arguments for the utility A Simple CMD File to Run APPC  Here's the stub .cmd file I'm using on Windows to run this. @echo offREM Stub weblogic.appc Runner setlocal set WLS_HOME=C:\builds\WLS_PS4 set ADF_LIB_ROOT=%WLS_HOME%\oracle_common\modulesset COMMON_LIB_ROOT=%WLS_HOME%\wlserver_10.3\common\deployable-libraries set ADF_WEBAPP=%ADF_LIB_ROOT%\oracle.adf.view_11.1.1\adf.oracle.domain.webapp.war set ADF_DOMAIN=%ADF_LIB_ROOT%\oracle.adf.model_11.1.1\adf.oracle.domain.ear set JSTL=%COMMON_LIB_ROOT%\jstl-1.2.war set JSF=%COMMON_LIB_ROOT%\jsf-1.2.war set ADF_SHARE=%ADF_LIB_ROOT%\oracle.adf.share_11.1.1\adfsharembean.jar REM Set up the WebLogic Environment so appc can be found call %WLS_HOME%\wlserver_10.3\server\bin\setWLSEnv.cmd CLS REM Now compile away!java weblogic.appc -verbose -library %ADF_WEBAPP%,%ADF_DOMAIN%,%JSTL%,%JSF% -classpath %ADF_SHARE% %1 endlocal Running the above on a target ADF .ear  file will zip through and create all of the relevant compiled classes inside your nested .war file in the \WEB-INF\classes\jsp_servlet\ directory (but don't take my word for it, run it and take a look!) And So... In the immortal words of  the Pet Shop Boys, Was It Worth It? Well, here's where you'll have to do your own testing. In  my case here, with a simple ADF application, pre-compilation shaved an non-scientific "3 Elephants" off of the initial page load time for the first access of each page. That's a pretty significant payback for such a simple step to add into your CI process, so why not give it a go.

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