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  • Linux and GEForge 8400 dual monitor

    - by Andrea Polci
    I'm trying to install a linux distribution on my PC. I have a GEForce 8400 GS with two connected monitors. I tried with fedora 12 and ubuntu 9.1 (both 64 and 32 bit) and the live cd cannot boot properly. I don't get a visible error on ubuntu, it simply hang up during the boot. With fedora I get this erro: [drm] Modeset on unsupported output type [drm] Table 0x0000 not found for 1/1 using first I tried to disconnect one of the two monitor and was able to install on my HD and boot from there, but if I try to connect the second monitor again I cannot boot. Have I to install something else? (a driver for my video card for example).

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  • Does the Noctua NH-U12-DX 1366 cooling system mount on Asus P6T 1366?

    - by Andrea Ambu
    The Noctua NH-U12-DX 1366 is an aftermarket CPU cooler for LGA1366 Xeon CPUs. On Noctua's site they state: Caution: The NH-U12DX 1366 can only be used on mainboards that have a backplate with screw threads for CPU cooler installation (such as the Intel reference backplate for Xeon 5500). The cooler is thus incompatible with Xeon 3500 and Core i7 mainboards that don’t have such a backplate. How do I know if the Asus P6T has this backplate?

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  • Dummy HTTP server for debugging

    - by Andrea
    This is more or less the inverse of my previous question. I need to debug some HTTP requests that I am making. Since these requests arise from the use of some external libraries, sometimes I am not sure of what is the actual data I am sending. Is there some dummy server (for Linux) that accepts HTTP requests and just prints them somewhere so that I can inspect them? I would like to be able to see in plain text the full request, like POST /foo HTTP/1.1 Host: www.example.com Accept: text/xml,text/html;q=0.9,text/plain;q=0.8,image/png,*/*;q=0.5 Accept-Language: en-gb,en;q=0.5 Content-Type: text/plain Content-Length: 11 Hello world

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  • Conversion of DVC-PRO HD 1080, any free tool?

    - by Andrea Ambu
    Is there any free (as in beer, and if it's possible as in bird) tool to convert a dvd in the format DVC-PRO HD 1080 to a normal/standard dvd format so that I can play it on a normal DVD player? EDIT: I changed the wording a bit. We've a video in DVC-PRO HD 1080 but as far as I know it is a proprietary format. We'd like to create a standard dvd out of it. I'm not really in video encoding and dvd conversion. I thought I need to be more precise. VLC currently doesn't support DVC-PRO HD 1080.

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  • Audio input problem in Ubuntu 9.10

    - by Andrea Ambu
    My audio input is a mix of my mic output and my sound card output. I'd like it to be just my mic output. I was able to do so in Ubuntu 9.04 but the interface is 9.10 is totally changed and I tried every my creativity was able to think. It's really annoying when talking to other people over the internet because they keep hearing their voice back. I'm not sure I explained it in clear way so I'll give you an example: What I do: I put an mp3 on play or a video on youtube then open a recorder and start to talk on my mic. What happens: both my voice and audio from mp3/youtube get reordered, even if I put headphones volume to 0 (via hardware). What I'd like to happen: Only my voice should be recorded. I'm sure I'm missing some technical term, but that's the problem and I'd like to solve it in Ubuntu 9.10, any idea?

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  • Can't see CMD.EXE on Windows 7

    - by Andrea
    I have a problem with Windows 7 and cmd.exe with these conditions: Logon as non admin user Launch cmd.exe I can see cmd.exe in task manager but it's invisible in the desktop and I don't know what to do, everything is fine and I can see cmd.exe if I do login with an admin account. I can see it in the "Process" tab but not in the "Application" tab, and if I launch five cmd.exe's, I see five processes, but from that tab I have no "Bring to front" or "Maximise" I can't find any WOW folder under C:\Windows, even with show hidden and system files enabled. I'm running Windows 7 32-bit running on a 64-bit Intel Core 2 Duo E7500

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  • Managing PHP processes on Windows 7 (with WAMP)

    - by Andrea
    Is there a way to manage (especially list and kill) long-running PHP processes on a Windows 7 system set up with WAMP? Every once in a while, I'll accidentally throw an infinite loop into a PHP process and want to kill it. Right now, all I can think to do is to restart all my WAMP services but sometimes the PHP processes manage to survive right through the restart, i.e., I still see them outputting to logs even after WAMP's restarted. And if the process isn't logging, then I have no way at all to know when/if it's been killed. Not to mention, this will wipe out everything I'm doing with WAMP, not just a single process. I don't seem to see anything relevant in the Windows Task Manager, but maybe I'm missing something.

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  • Converting PDF portfolios to plain text (pdftotext?)

    - by Andrea
    I am trying to convert a large number of PDFs (~15000) to plain text using pdftotext. This is working pretty well except for a few of the PDFs (~600) which, I guess, are "PDF portfolios." When I run these PDFs through pdftotext, it just outputs: For the best experience, open this PDF portfolio in Acrobat 9 or Adobe Reader 9, or later. Get Adobe Reader Now! If I do open these PDFs in Adobe Reader, they look like two or more PDFs inside a single file. Has anyone encountered this issue before? Is there any tool I can use to convert these PDFs automatically? (Either directly to text or at least to regular PDFs that pdftotext can then understand.)

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  • Silverlight Cream for March 27, 2010 -- #822

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: MSDN, Bill Reiss, Charlie Kindel(-2-), SilverLaw, Scott Marlowe, Kenny Young, Andrea Boschin, Mike Taulty, Damon Payne, and Jeff Handley(-2-). Shoutouts: Scott Morrison has his material up for his talk at MIX 10: Silverlight 4 Business Applications Matthias Shapiro posted his MIX10 “Information Visualization in Silverlight” Slides and Code for MIX10 Information Visualization Talk Demos Dan Wahlin has his MIX10 material all posted as well: Syncing Audio, Video and Animations in Silverlight Timmy Kokke has an interesting MEF post up: Building extensions for Expression Blend 4 using MEF From SilverlightCream.com: How to: Add an Application Bar to Your Application In case you missed this MSDN post on adding an Application Bar to your WP7 app Simulating accelerometer data in the Windows Phone 7 emulator Got a Wii? How about a Wii remote? Bill Reiss shows how to use the Wii remote to simulate accelerometer data on the WP7 emulator ... really! Windows Phone 7 Series Icon Pack Charlie Kindel announced the release of a WP7 Icon pack ... great external MSDN link on using them as well. Windows Phone Developer Documentation Charlie Kindel also posted WP7 Documentation, and a quick overview of what you'll find ... samples, references, all good stuff to check out and download. GlossyTextblock Custom Control - Silverlight 3 SilverLaw has his GlossyTextblock rebuilt as a Custom Control and in the Expresseion Gallery. Check the blog for a screenshot. A Windows Phone 7 Silverlight TagList Scott Marlowe has a great post up for WP7 accessing his blog tag list via WCF and displaying the data on the emulator... wow! Dynamic Layout and Transitions in Expression Blend 4 Kenny Young has a great companion blog post to a demo app on Expression Gallery. There's also a link on the page to Kenny's MIX10 session Using XmlDefinition and XmlPrefix to better organize namespaces Andrea Boschin comes to our rescue about the maze of namespaces in XAML by using a solution from the RC: XmlDefinition and XmlPrefix Silverlight 4 RC – Socket Security Changes Mike Taulty is discussing changes in the RC with regard to sockets that have come about since he did his series of posts. Lots of good code. Cascading ItemsSource Bindings in Silverlight Damon Payne addresses an issue he came acros with multiple DataGrids on the same screen. He demonstrates the problem, and then demonstrates his solution. ContosoSales Application for RIA Services RC Jeff Handley posted about the refresh to the ContosoSales application shown in the PDC keynote, and details the changes. Lots of good code and links. DomainDataSource Filters and Parameters Jeff Handley has another post up about RIA Services and the fact that ControlParameter is gone... and he shows how to use ElementName binding instead. Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Silverlight Cream for April 28, 2010 -- #850

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Giorgetti Alessandro, Alexander Strauss, Mahesh Sabnis, Andrea Boschin, Maxim Goldin, Peter Torr, Wolf Schmidt, and Marlon Grech. Shoutout: Koen Zwikstra announced a SL4 update: Silverlight Spy 3.0.0.11 Adam Kinney posted a WTF Step by Step guide to installing Silverlight Tools David Makogon posted his materials from a presentation: RockNUG April 2010 Materials: Silverlight 4 From SilverlightCream.com: Silverlight, M-V-VM ... and IoC - part 4 Giorgetti Alessandro isn't wasting any time... he's already gotten Part 4 of his MVVM, IoC, and Silverlight series up. He's discussing commanding. He gives some good external links and develops in his own direction as well. Application Partitioning with MEF, Silverlight and Windows Azure – Part II Alexander Strauss has the second and final part of his MEF/Silverlight/Azuer posts up, describing getting XAP information from Azure Blob storage. Simple Databinding and 3-D Features using Silverlight in Windows Phone 7 (WP7) Mahesh Sabnis has a post up combining DataBinding and 3D displays on WP7 ... good long tutorial and source. Keeping an ObservableCollection sorted with a method override Andrea Boschin details the reasons behind his need for having a sorted ObservableCollection, then hands over the code he used to do so. VS2010: Silverlight 4 profiling Maxim Goldin posted about profiling Silverlight 4 in VS2010. It's not overly straightforward but once you do it a couple times, not a big deal ... check out the comments as well. Peter Torr: Mock Location APIs from my Mix10 Talk A discussion came up on the insider's list this morning asking about Location Service in the emulator. Laurent Bugnion pointed us at Peter Torr's Mock Location from his MIX10 talk. Finding the "real" templates and generic.xaml in Silverlight core or library assemblies, by using .NET Reflector Wolf Schmidt at the Silverlight SDK has a post up about using .NET Reflector to rat around in Silverlight core or library assemblies. How does MEFedMVVM compose the catalogs and how can I override the behavior? – MEFedMVVM Part 4 Marlon Grech has Part 4 of his MEFedMVVM series up and this one is for advanced use of MEFedMVVM... where you're writing a composer and how that would be different for Silverlight and WPF... oh yeah, and what is a composer as well :) Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Silverlight Cream for March 10, 2010 -- #810

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Andrea Boschin, Jeremy Likness(-2-), Andrew Veresov, Nokola, SilverLaw, Gill Cleeren, Jim Wightman and Jeremy Likness, Viktor Larsson(-2-), and Walter Ferrari. Shoutouts: Viktor Larsson has a post up about Silverlight Market Penetration ... hope to meet you at MIX10, Viktor! Gergely Orosz has posted the Slides and code for the presentation “An Introduction to Silverlight” It appears that if I miss a day, I can pretty much do an all-submittal post :) From SilverlightCream.com: Writing an AsyncLoader to enqueue long running operations Andrea Boschin has a tutorial on SilverlightShow where he's building up an asynch service to deal with a long-running app on the server. MVVM with MEF in Silverlight: Video Tutorial Jeremy Likness has a video tutorial up for helping beginners wire up MVVM and MEF to Silverlight. Source code for the app in the video is downloadable. MVVM with MEF in Silverlight Video Tutorial Part 2: Plugins and Metadata In part 2, Jeremy Likness redesigns the app using metadata to turn the shapes into objects, and then show how easy it is to add a new plugin... and the source for the app is downloadable. Binding a Converter Parameter Andrew Veresov has a nice code-filled solution up for those times that you need to bind a ConverterParameter value. EasyPainter: Lion Hair styling Nokola has not been idle with Easy Painter... now he's added "Lion Hair" to the list of stylings you can apply... guess if you want to change someone's 'mane' ... sorry! Twisting Navigation - Silverlight 3 SilverLaw has another control up - a "Twisting Navigation" control... very cool :) ... and since I'm behind the curve, he already has an update in the Expression Gallery as noted in his post, and a video tutorial on implementing it in an application... and if you understand German, turn up the sound :) Uploading and downloading images using a WCF service with Silverlight Gill Cleeren has a tutorial up at SilverlightShow on uploading and downloading images using WCF Services in Silverlight New Windows Phone 7 Community Developer Hub Jim Wightman and Jeremy Likness have a very cool Silverlight page up where you can paste the URL of your XAP in and have it display in a "Windows 7 Series Phone" ... and that's all I'm saying about that. XAML Transformation 101 Viktor Larsson is discussing Transforms in XAML and has a nice tutorial up that is easily the beginning of a carousel... you may also want to check out his other posts... I'm adding him to my list. Silverlight 4 Webcam Demo In this post, Viktor Larsson has a tutorial up for using the WebCam. This is from a beginner perspective, so if you haven't jumped in, now's a good time. How to extend Bing Maps Silverlight with an elevation profile graph - Part 1 Walter Ferrari has a post up at SilverlightShow discussing extensions to BingMaps such as creating routes using GeoCoding and Route Services plus drawing lines on the maps and getting coordinates of the points. Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    MIX10

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  • Willy Rotstein on Analytics and Social Media in Retail

    - by sarah.taylor(at)oracle.com
    Recently I came across a presentation from Dan Zarrella on "The Science of Retweets. (http://www.slideshare.net/HubSpot/the-science-of-retweets-with-dan-zarrella). It is an insightful, fact-based analysis of how tweets propagate and what makes them successful. The analysis is of course very interesting for those of us interested Tweeting. However, what really caught my attention is how well it illustrates, form a very different angle, some of the issues I am discussing with retailers these days. In particular the opportunities that e-commerce and social media open to those retailers with the appetite and vision to tackle the associated analytical challenges. And these challenges are of course not straightforward.   In his presentation Dan introduces the concept of Observability, I haven't had the opportunity to discuss with Dan his specific definition for the term. However, in practical retail terms, I would say that it means that through social media (and other web channels such as search) we can analyze and track processes by measuring Indicators that were not measurable before. The focus is in identifying patterns across a large number of consumers rather than what a particular individual "Likes".   The potential impact for retailers is huge. It opens the opportunity to monitor changes in consumer preference  and plan the business accordingly. And you can do this almost "real time" rather than through infrequent surveys that provide a "rear view" picture of your consumer behaviour. For instance, you could envision identifying when a particular set of fashion styles are breaking out from the pack, and commit a re-buy. Or you could monitor when the preference for a specific mobile device has declined and hence markdowns should be considered; or how demand for a specific ready-made food typically flows across regions and manage the inventory accordingly. Search, blogging, website and store data may need to be considered in identifying these trends. The data volumes involved are huge (check Andrea Morgan's recent post on "Big Data" in retail) but so are the benefits. As Andrea says, for the first time we can start getting insight into "Why" the business is performing in a certain way rather than just reporting on what is happening. And it is not just about the data volumes. Tackling the challenge also calls for integrated planning systems that can bring data and insight into the context of the Decision Making process Buyers, Merchandisers and Supply Chain managers are following. I strongly believe that only when data and process come together you can move from the anecdotal to systematically improving business performance.   I would love to hear your opinions on these trends and where you think Retail is heading to exploit these topics - please email me: [email protected]

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  • Silverlight Cream for June 19, 2011 -- #1109

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Kunal Chowdhury(-2-), Oren Gal, Rudi Grobler, Stephen Price, Erno de Weerd, Joost van Schaik, WindowsPhoneGeek, Andrea Boschin, and Vikram Pendse. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Multiple Page Printing in Silverlight4 - Part 3 - Printing Driving Directions" Oren Gal WP7: "Prototyping Windows Phone 7 Applications using SketchFlow" Vikram Pendse Shoutouts: Not Silverlight, but darned cool... Michael Crump has just what you need to get going with Kinect: The busy developers guide to the Kinect SDK Beta Rudi Grobler replies to a few questions about how he gets great WP7 screenshots: Screenshot Tools for WP7 From SilverlightCream.com: Windows Phone 7 (Mango) Tutorial - 14 - Detecting Network Information of the Device Squeaking in just under the posting wire with 2 more WP7.1 posts is Kunal Chowdhury ... first up is this one on grabbing the mobile operator and othe rnetwork info in WP7.1 Windows Phone 7 (Mango) Tutorial - 15 - Detecting Device Information Kunal Chowdhury's latest is on using the DeviceStatus class in WP7.1 to detect device information such as is there is a physical keyboard installed, Memory Usage, Total Memory, etc. Multiple Page Printing in Silverlight4 - Part 3 - Printing Driving Directions Oren Gal has the final episode in his Multiple Page Printing Tutorial Trilogy up... and this is *way* cool... Printing the driving directions. AgFx hidden gem - PhoneApplicationFrameEx Rudi Grobler continues his previous post about AgFX with this one talking about the PhoneApplicationFrameEx class inside AgFx.Controls.Phone.dll.. a RootFrame replacement. Binding to ActualHeight or ActualWidth Stephen Price's latest XAML snippet is about Binding to ActualHeight or ActualWidth... you've probably tried to without luck... check out the workaround. Windows Phone 7: Drawing graphics for your application with Inkscape – Part I: Tiles Erno de Weerd decided to try the 'free' route to Drawing graphics for his WP7 app, and has part 1 of a tutorial series on doing that with Inkscape. Mogade powered Live Tile high score service for Windows Phone 7 Joost van Schaik expounds on his "Catch 'em Birds" WP7 game in the Marketplace... specifically the online leaderboard using the services of Mogade. Building a Reusable ICommand implementation for Windows Phone Mango MVVM apps WindowsPhoneGeek's latest post is discussing the ICommand interface available in WP7.1, and he demontstrates how to implement a reusable ICommand Implementation and how to use it. A TCP Server with Reactive Extensions Andrea Boschin is back posting about Rx, and promises this post *will be* Silverlight related eventually :) First up though is a socket server using Rx. Prototyping Windows Phone 7 Applications using SketchFlow Vikram Pendse has a tutorial up for prototyping your WP7* apps in Sketchflow including a 5 minute video Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Silverlight Cream for March 05, 2011 -- #1053

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this all-sumbittal (while I was at MVP11) Issue: Michael Washington(-2-), goldytech, JFo, Andrea Boschin, Jonathan Marbutt, Gregor Biswanger, Michael Wolf, and Peter Kuhn. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "A Simple Bindable CheckboxList Control" Jonathan Marbutt WP7: "Struggles with the Panorama Control" JFo Lightswitch: "HTML (including HTML 5) and LightSwitch at the same time?" Michael Washington From SilverlightCream.com: LightSwitch vs HTML 5 ? In his first post-MVP11 post, Michael Washington takes on HTML5 with a Lightswitch discussion. Good discussion follows in the comments also. HTML (including HTML 5) and LightSwitch at the same time? Michael Washington's 2nd post is a great tutorial on creating a re-usable business layer with Lightswitch... all good stuff, and look for more from Michael as Lightswitch matures. How to add Computed Properties in WCF Ria Services on client goldytech has a new post up about providing real-time solutions to client-side calculations with WCF RIA services. Struggles with the Panorama Control JFo details a problem he had with the Panorama control on WP7... detailing 4 problems she had and her solutions... well thought-out explanations too.. a definite good read... and another blogger to add to my list! Windows Phone 7 - Part #7: Understanding Push Notifications Andrea Boschin has part 7 of his WP7 series up at SilverlightShow, concentrating on Push Notifications this time out... great explanation of push notifications in this tutorial from the service and phone side with a working sample to boot. A Simple Bindable CheckboxList Control Jonathan Marbutt took a completely different direction than most and created his own Bindable CheckboxList by starting with ContentControl rather than a Listbox as most do... pretty cool and all the source. Own routed events in Silverlight I met Gregor Biswanger at the MVP Summit and asked him to send me his blog run through Microsoft Translator ... here's a great post on routed events he did back in November... and a discussion of his CallMethodAction Behavior... which looks like another good post subject! Creating a Silverlight Out-of-Browser Splash Screen Michael Wolf has a post up discussing OOB splash screens... I like his "White screen of Awesome" definition ... I'm very familiar with that :) ... check out his solution for getting around that white screen, and lots of external links too. XNA for Silverlight developers: Part 5 - Input (touch + gestures) Peter Kuhn has Part 5 in his tutorial series on XNA for Silverlight devs up at SilverlightShow... this time covering touch and gestures ... how to enable and read gestures, and the difference between Silverlight and XNA in the touch department. Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Recruitment Software for a Growing Business

    If you are interested in improving your company?s recruitment process and making it more efficient then follow the example set by some of the world?s largest organizations and utilise the latest tech... [Author: Andrea Watkins - Computers and Internet - June 13, 2010]

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  • How to solve "java.io.IOException: error=12, Cannot allocate memory" calling Runtime#exec()?

    - by Andrea Francia
    On my system I can't run a simple Java application that start a process. I don't know how to solve. Could you give me some hints how to solve? The program is: [[email protected] sisma-acquirer]# cat prova.java import java.io.IOException; public class prova { public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException { Runtime.getRuntime().exec("ls"); } } The result is: [[email protected] sisma-acquirer]# javac prova.java && java -cp . prova Exception in thread "main" java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "ls": java.io.IOException: error=12, Cannot allocate memory at java.lang.ProcessBuilder.start(ProcessBuilder.java:474) at java.lang.Runtime.exec(Runtime.java:610) at java.lang.Runtime.exec(Runtime.java:448) at java.lang.Runtime.exec(Runtime.java:345) at prova.main(prova.java:6) Caused by: java.io.IOException: java.io.IOException: error=12, Cannot allocate memory at java.lang.UNIXProcess.<init>(UNIXProcess.java:164) at java.lang.ProcessImpl.start(ProcessImpl.java:81) at java.lang.ProcessBuilder.start(ProcessBuilder.java:467) ... 4 more Configuration of the system: [[email protected] sisma-acquirer]# java -version java version "1.6.0_0" OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea6 1.5) (fedora-18.b16.fc10-i386) OpenJDK Client VM (build 14.0-b15, mixed mode) [[email protected] sisma-acquirer]# cat /etc/fedora-release Fedora release 10 (Cambridge) EDIT: Solution This solves my problem, I don't know exactly why: echo 0 /proc/sys/vm/overcommit_memory Up-votes for who is able to explain :) Additional informations, top output: top - 13:35:38 up 40 min, 2 users, load average: 0.43, 0.19, 0.12 Tasks: 129 total, 1 running, 128 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie Cpu(s): 1.5%us, 0.5%sy, 0.0%ni, 94.8%id, 3.2%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.0%si, 0.0%st Mem: 1033456k total, 587672k used, 445784k free, 51672k buffers Swap: 2031608k total, 0k used, 2031608k free, 188108k cached Additional informations, free output: [[email protected] sisma-acquirer]# free total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 1033456 588548 444908 0 51704 188292 -/+ buffers/cache: 348552 684904 Swap: 2031608 0 2031608

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  • Problems with Castle DynamicProxy2 on .Net 3.5 SP1 on Win2003 Server

    - by Andrea Balducci
    I've an mvc + nh asp.net application. On my dev machine (win 7 Ent) all works fine, if deployed on a Win 2k3 (tried 2 different vm and one phisical machine) I got the following error.. anyone can help? Cannot explain this issue (tried the same build, so i think it'a machine configuration issue).. Derived method 'set_ID' in type 'CustomerProxy75950979a2a048e889584c21696f7f1b' from assembly 'DynamicProxyGenAssembly2, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' cannot reduce access [TypeLoadException: Derived method 'set_ID' in type 'CustomerProxy75950979a2a048e889584c21696f7f1b' from assembly 'DynamicProxyGenAssembly2, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' cannot reduce access.] System.Reflection.Emit.TypeBuilder._TermCreateClass(Int32 handle, Module module) +0 System.Reflection.Emit.TypeBuilder.CreateTypeNoLock() +915 System.Reflection.Emit.TypeBuilder.CreateType() +108 Castle.DynamicProxy.Generators.Emitters.AbstractTypeEmitter.BuildType() +48 Castle.DynamicProxy.Generators.ClassProxyGenerator.GenerateCode(Type[] interfaces, ProxyGenerationOptions options) +3821 Castle.DynamicProxy.DefaultProxyBuilder.CreateClassProxy(Type classToProxy, Type[] additionalInterfacesToProxy, ProxyGenerationOptions options) +84 Castle.DynamicProxy.ProxyGenerator.CreateClassProxy(Type classToProxy, Type[] additionalInterfacesToProxy, ProxyGenerationOptions options, Object[] constructorArguments, IInterceptor[] interceptors) +92 Castle.DynamicProxy.ProxyGenerator.CreateClassProxy(Type classToProxy, Type[] additionalInterfacesToProxy, IInterceptor[] interceptors) +21 NHibernate.ByteCode.Castle.ProxyFactory.GetProxy(Object id, ISessionImplementor session) +283

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  • COPY TO xxxx.xls TYPE XLS (VFP 8.0 SP1)

    - by Andrea.Ko
    Hi All, I downloading table from SQL 2008 using VFP 8.0 (SP1) using command: COPY TO xxx TYPE XLS Some of the data in the excel is disappearing. Example, Table in SQL: Cus(ID int(4), CusNam VARCHAR(35)) When i issue the following command at VFP Forms: (a) COPY TO xxx TYPE FOX2x [Data display correctly as following] *ID CusNam 1 ABC 2 DEF* (b) COPY TO xxx TYPE XLS [2nd Record disappear] *ID CusNam 1 2 DEF* Appreciate for any helps!

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  • J2ME Development: Netbeans vs Eclipse

    - by Andrea Zilio
    I have to develop a J2ME application that will take advantage of Bluetooth technology to communicate with other instances of itself on other mobile devices. I know that both NetBeans and Eclipse offer an integrated environment to develop J2ME applications. Which one is more mature and stable? Which one offers better tools? My application has to communicate to many more devices running the same app and so I need to test my application with multiple instances of emulators running it and allowing these emulator instances to see each other via the J2ME Bluetooth APIs. Will I be able to do this?

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