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  • how to install gerix on ubuntu 12.04 using backtrack repositories?

    - by werever
    I got instructions from here, and I found several sites with similar instructions but somethig is wrong with the repositories on 12.04. This should work for 11.10 and previous versions. Any ideas how to install backtrack repos and some back track apps on 12.04? I read about downloading the .deb package for gerix and manually making the same folder structure that gerix uses on backtrack, then manually run the python script, but this way didn't work for me either. How can I get gerix installed and working on my Ubuntu 12.04 system?

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  • How can I switch an existing set of Subversion repositories to use ActiveDirectory?

    - by jpierson
    I have a set of private Subversion repositories on a Windows Server 2003 box which developers access via SVNServe over the svn:// protocol. Currently we have been using the authz and passwd files for each repository to control access however with the growing number of repositories and developers I'm considering switching to using their credentials from ActiveDirectory. We run in an all Microsoft shop and use IIS instead of Apache on all of our web servers so I would prefer to continue to use SVNServe if possible. Besides it being possible, I'm also concerned about how to migrate our repositories so that the history for the existing users map to the correct ActiveDirectory accounts. Keep in mind also that I'm not the network administrator and I'm not terrible familiar with ActiveDirectory so I'll probably have to go through some other people to get the changes made in ActiveDirectory if necessary. What are my options? UPDATE 1: It appears from the SVN documentation that by using SASL I should be able to get SVNServe to authenticate using ActiveDirectory. To clarify, the answer that I'm looking for is how to go about configuring SVNServe (if possible) to use ActiveDirectory for authentication and then how to modify an existing repository to remap existing svn users to their ActiveDirectory domain login accounts. UPDATE 2: It appears that the SASL support in SVNServe works off of a plugin model and the documentation only shows as an example. Looking at the Cyrus SASL Library it looks like a number of authentication "mechanisms" are supported but I'm not sure which one is to be used for ActiveDirectory support nor can I find any documentation about such matters. UPDATE 3: Ok, well it looks like in order to communication with ActiveDirectory I'm looking to use saslauthd instead of sasldb for the *auxprop_plugin* property. Unfortunately it appears that according to some posts (possibly outdated and inaccurate) saslauthd does not build on Windows and such endeavors are considered a work in progress. UPDATE 4: The lastest post I've found on this topic makes it sound as though the proper binaries () are available through the MIT Kerberos Library but it sounds like the author of this post on Nabble.com is still having issues getting things working. UPDATE 5: It looks like from the TortoiseSVN discussions and also this post on svn.haxx.se that even if saslgssapi.dll or whatever necessary binaries are available and configured on the Windows server that the clients will also need the same customization in order to work with these repositories. If this is true, we will only be able to get ActiveDirectory support from a windows client only if changes are made in these clients such as TortoiseSVN and CollabNet build of the client binaries to support such authentication schemes. Although thats what these posts suggest, this is contradictory from what I originally assumed from other reading in that being SASL compatible should require no changes on the client but instead only that the server be setup to handle the authentication mechanism. After reading a bit more carefully in the document about Cyrus SASL in Subversion section 5 states "1.5+ clients with Cyrus SASL support will be able to authenticate against 1.5+ servers with SASL enabled, provided at least one of the mechanisms supported by the server is also supported by the client." So clearly GSSAPI support (which I understand is required for Active Directory) must be available within the client and the server. I have to say, I'm learning way too much about the internals of how Subversion handles authentication than I ever wanted to and I juts simply want to get an answer about whether I can have Active Directory authentication support when using SVNServe on a Windows server and accessing this from Windows clients. According to the official documentation it seems that this is possible however you can see that the configuration is not trivial if even possible at all.

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  • Spring MVC configuration problems

    - by Smek
    i have some problems with configuring Spring MVC. I made a maven multi module project with the following modules: /api /domain /repositories /webapp I like to share the domain and the repositories between the api and the webapp (both web projects). First i want to configure the webapp to use the repositories module so i added the dependencies in the xml file like this: <dependency> <groupId>${project.groupId}</groupId> <artifactId>domain</artifactId> <version>1.0-SNAPSHOT</version> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>${project.groupId}</groupId> <artifactId>repositories</artifactId> <version>1.0-SNAPSHOT</version> </dependency> And my controller in the webapp module looks like this: package com.mywebapp.webapp; import com.mywebapp.domain.Person; import com.mywebapp.repositories.services.PersonService; import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired; import org.springframework.context.annotation.ComponentScan; import org.springframework.context.annotation.Configuration; import org.springframework.stereotype.Controller; import org.springframework.ui.ModelMap; import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RequestMapping; import org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RequestMethod; @Controller @RequestMapping("/") @Configuration @ComponentScan("com.mywebapp.repositories") public class PersonController { @Autowired PersonService personservice; @RequestMapping(method = RequestMethod.GET) public String printWelcome(ModelMap model) { Person p = new Person(); p.age = 23; p.firstName = "John"; p.lastName = "Doe"; personservice.createNewPerson(p); model.addAttribute("message", "Hello world!"); return "index"; } } In my webapp module i try to load configuration files in my web.xml like this: <context-param> <param-name>contextConfigLocation</param-name> <param-value>classpath:/META-INF/persistence-context.xml, classpath:/META-INF/service-context.xml</param-value> </context-param> These files cannot be found so i get the following error: org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanDefinitionStoreException: IOException parsing XML document from class path resource [META-INF/persistence-context.xml]; nested exception is java.io.FileNotFoundException: class path resource [META-INF/persistence-context.xml] cannot be opened because it does not exist These files are in the repositories module so my first question is how can i make Spring to find these files? I also have trouble Autowiring the PersonService to my Controller class did i forget to configure something in my XML? Here is the error message: [INFO] [talledLocalContainer] SEVERE: Exception sending context initialized event to listener instance of class org.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderListener [INFO] [talledLocalContainer] org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name 'personServiceImpl': Injection of autowired dependencies failed; nested exception is org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Could not autowire field: private com.mywebapp.repositories.repository.PersonRepository com.mywebapp.repositories.services.PersonServiceImpl.personRepository; nested exception is org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No matching bean of type [com.mywebapp.repositories.repository.PersonRepository] found for dependency: expected at least 1 bean which qualifies as autowire candidate for this dependency. Dependency annotations: {@org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired(required=true)} PersonServiceImple.java: package com.mywebapp.repositories.services; import com.mywebapp.domain.Person; import com.mywebapp.repositories.repository.PersonRepository; import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired; import org.springframework.data.mongodb.core.MongoTemplate; import org.springframework.stereotype.Service; @Service public class PersonServiceImpl implements PersonService{ @Autowired public PersonRepository personRepository; @Autowired public MongoTemplate personTemplate; @Override public Person createNewPerson(Person person) { return personRepository.save(person); } } PersonService.java package com.mywebapp.repositories.services; import com.mywebapp.domain.Person; public interface PersonService { Person createNewPerson(Person person); } PersonRepository.java: package com.mywebapp.repositories.repository; import com.mywebapp.domain.Person; import org.springframework.data.mongodb.repository.MongoRepository; import org.springframework.stereotype.Repository; import java.math.BigInteger; @Repository public interface PersonRepository extends MongoRepository<Person, BigInteger> { } persistance-context.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <beans xmlns="http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:context="http://www.springframework.org/schema/context" xmlns:mongo="http://www.springframework.org/schema/data/mongo" xsi:schemaLocation= "http://www.springframework.org/schema/context http://www.springframework.org/schema/context/spring-context-3.0.xsd http://www.springframework.org/schema/data/mongo http://www.springframework.org/schema/data/mongo/spring-mongo-1.0.xsd http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans/spring-beans-3.0.xsd"> <context:property-placeholder location="classpath:mongo.properties"/> <mongo:mongo host="${mongo.host}" port="${mongo.port}" id="mongo"> <mongo:options connections-per-host="${mongo.connectionsPerHost}" threads-allowed-to-block-for-connection-multiplier="${mongo.threadsAllowedToBlockForConnectionMultiplier}" connect-timeout="${mongo.connectTimeout}" max-wait-time="${mongo.maxWaitTime}" auto-connect-retry="${mongo.autoConnectRetry}" socket-keep-alive="${mongo.socketKeepAlive}" socket-timeout="${mongo.socketTimeout}" slave-ok="${mongo.slaveOk}" write-number="1" write-timeout="0" write-fsync="true"/> </mongo:mongo> <mongo:db-factory dbname="person" mongo-ref="mongo" id="mongoDbFactory"/> <bean id="personTemplate" name="personTemplate" class="org.springframework.data.mongodb.core.MongoTemplate"> <constructor-arg name="mongoDbFactory" ref="mongoDbFactory"/> </bean> <mongo:repositories base-package="com.mywebapp.repositories.repository" mongo-template-ref="personTemplate"> <mongo:repository id="personRepository" repository-impl-postfix="PersonRepository" mongo-template-ref="personTemplate" create-query-indexes="true"/> </mongo:repositories> Thanks

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  • Why doesn't openSUSE Linux upgrade itself through its software repositories?

    - by Dougal
    openSUSE - fast becoming my favourite Linux distro on the client - doesn't seem to upgrade itself through its own configured software repositories. Do we know why this is the case? Is it a money-making thing where they can then sell upgrade CDs / DVDs? I mean, pretty much every other Linux upgrades itself through the normal software repositories. For example, Ubuntu can upgrade itself from 10.4 to 10.10 just through the normal software package upgrade procedure. Why must it be a huge procedure to upgrade openSUSE? Any knowledge or ideas appreciated. Thank you.

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  • Mercurial How To Merge 2 Repositories that share a common ancestor but are not clones of the same re

    - by sylvanaar
    I am using hg-subversion, and I have 2 different hg repositories one from our svn trunk, and one from a branch of the trunk. I would like to link them somehow. At some point in the history both Hg repositories will be identical is there some way to join them? In other words is there a way to relate the repositories from within Hg? The technique I am currently using is to just export the second repository over top of the working copy of the revision they share, and then commit that working copy as a branch in Hg, but I lose the history this way. Any advice would be great

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  • Getting Apache to serve same directory with different authentication over SSL?

    - by Lasse V. Karlsen
    I have set up VisualSVN server, a Subversion server that internally uses Apache, to serve my subversion repositories. I've managed to integrate WebSVN into it as well, and just now was able to get it to serve my repositories through WebSVN without having to authenticate, ie. no username or password prompt comes up. This is good. However, with this set up there is apparently no way for me to authenticate to WebSVN at all, which means all my private repositories are now invisible as far as WebSVN goes. I noticed there is a "Listen 81" directive in the .conf file, since I'm running the server on port 81 instead of 80, so I was wondering if I could set up a https:// connection to a different port, that did require authentication? The reason I need access to my private repositories is that I have linked my bug tracking system to the subversion repositories, so if I click a link in the bug tracking system, it will take me to diffs for the relevant files in WebSVN, and some products are in private repositories. Here's my Location section for WebSVN: <Location /websvn/> Options FollowSymLinks SVNListParentPath on SVNParentPath "C:/Repositories/" SVNPathAuthz on AuthName "Subversion Repository" AuthType Basic AuthBasicProvider file AuthUserFile "C:/Repositories/htpasswd" AuthzSVNAccessFile "C:/Repositories/authz" Satisfy Any Require valid-user </Location> Is there any way I can set up a separate section for a different port, say 8100, that does not have the Satisfy Any directive there, which is what enable anonymous access. Note that a different sub-directory on the server is acceptable as well, so /websvn_secure/, if I can make a location section for that and effectively serve the same content only without the Satisfy Any directive, that'd be good too.

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  • How to best configure a central repository/multiple central repositories for Mercurial?

    - by Mario
    I am new to Mercurial and trying to figure out if it could replace SVN. Everyone I work with has used SVN, CVS and VSS (shiver), so this could be quite a large change. I have been very interested after reading about its merge and branch capability, but have a few reservations. We are currently on SVN, and have one central repository. From my reading, it seems as though there is no ONE central repository for all projects when using Mercurial. NOTE: We consider each project a separate logical set of code, or a Visual Studio Solution. It runs on its own. We have around 60 separate projects in our one central SVN repository. After reading about Mercurial it seems to me that I have to create 60 separate central repositories for each one of these projects on the server. QUESTION #1: Should I create a single repository for each project? If yes, then I am worried about configuring and hosting 60 separate central Mercurial servers. I started thinking I could configure one file, but it seems as if each repository must be individually configured using the “C:...\MyRepository.hg\hgrc” file (Windows install). It also seems as I have to run 60 servers (hg serve), I would assume on different ports. QUESTION #2: If the answer to question 1 is yes, there should be a single central repository for each project, then how have people managed many multiple repositories? Finally, I haven’t looked into moving all history and changes from one SVN repository to a bunch of separate Mercurial repositories, but would appreciate any comments from someone who has done this (or if it is even possible).

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  • Why does add-apt-repository fail to add source repositories?

    - by Lorin Hochstein
    add-apt-repository throws an error if I try to add a source repository: This works: sudo add-apt-repository 'deb http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt squeeze main' This fails with an error: sudo add-apt-repository 'deb-src http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt squeeze main' Error: 'deb-src http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt squeeze main' invalid Leaving off the quotes doesn't help: sudo add-apt-repository deb-src http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt squeeze main Error: need a repository as argument

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  • What is a good C or Obj-C framework for manipulating Git Repositories?

    - by Andrew Theken
    What Obj-C/C libraries have you used for manipulating git repos in your Mac apps? I am working on a Mac app that I would like to be able to clone and modify git repos. Using git directly is not an option as it is GPL and I'd like to sell my app commercially without opening the source. I've seen libgit2, which I could link, but I'm not sure how to do that properly, and it doesn't appear to implement any of the things necessary for pushing/pulling repos over the git protocol.

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  • iOS Book App with Custom Book Repositories. Will Apple block this? [closed]

    - by BrianHanifin
    I am working with a kindergarten teacher to create an iPad/iPhone app which plays audio of her narrating each page of the "book". She wishes to only share some of the books with students in her class. Can I create a mechanism for downloading books from a custom repository link? I would send the URL home with the kids and have the parents type it into the app. I would include a couple of books preloaded with the app. I could even provide a sample repository with a sample book if you think it would make any difference. I am trying to come up with a creative solution that gives her the app she wants for her students while protecting the privacy she wishes for some of her content. What are your thoughts?

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  • How can I get a complete list of non-standard repositories in use?

    - by MagicFab
    While doing some support audits I'd like to know what would be the most efficient/compact way to get a list of all extra reporitories being used on a given Ubuntu workstation using command line (not via the GUI tools). So far I am using: diff'ing a standard sources.list file against the workstation's examining files under cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d Any other ideas on how to best go about this ?

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  • What is the usual procedure for working with remote Git repositories?

    - by James
    A slightly open question regarding best practices, I can find lots of functional guides for git but not much info about standard ordering of operations etc: Whats the standard/nice way of working with remote repositories, specifically for making a change and taking it all the way back to the remote master. Can someone provide a step-by-step list of procedures they normally follow when doing this. i.e. something like: 1) clone repo 2) create new local branch of head 3) make changes locally and commit to local branch 4) ...

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  • Is there an apt command to download a deb file from the repositories to the current directory?

    - by Lekensteyn
    I am often interested in the installation triggers (postinst, postrm) or certain parts of packages (like /usr/share and /etc). Currently, I am running the next command to retrieve the source code: apt-get source [package-name] The downside is, this file is often much bigger than the binary package and does not reflect the installation tree. Right now, I am downloading the packages through http://packages.ubuntu.com/: Search for [package-name] Select the package Click on amd64/i386 for download Download the actual file This takes too long for me and as someone who really likes the shell, I would like to do something like the next (imaginary) command: apt-get get-deb-file [package-name] I could not find something like this in the apt-get manual page. The most close I found was the --download-only switch, but this puts the package in /var/cache/apt/archives (which requires root permissions) and not in the current directory.

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  • Is FFmpeg missing from the official repositories in 14.04?

    - by user254877
    I tried to install ffmpeg in trusty/Ubuntu 14.04 and got the following message: $sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package ffmpeg is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source E: Package 'ffmpeg' has no installation candidate Why isn't the package available?

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  • Git: can I store known repositories along the repository?

    - by 0x6adb015
    I am setting up a Git repository. I know you can add repositories using git config --global, but is there a way that those known repositories gets cloned by users? The goal would be that once the repo gets cloned by userz, they can push to other repos just by their aliases. For example, I add git://X/mobility.git as X to the repo (somehow), a user clone it from git://Y, but then can do git push X without previously doing the git config. How to do that?

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  • How do I "merge" two separate git repositories of the same website without losing commit data?

    - by PHLAK
    I have two separate git repositories for the same version of a single website. domain.com-1.0 domain.com-2.0 Version 2.0 was completely redone from the ground up. There is no bridge between the two repositories. I would now like to merge the two into a single repository, but maintain the separation. I have already tagged domain.com-1.0 in it's repo and now want to clean the working tree and move domain-2.0 and all it's commit history into 1.0's repo. Is this possible or is there a better way of accomplishing this? Note: domain.com-1.0 will not be developed on anymore and is "being retired".

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  • ubuntu 8.04lts + rdiff-backup: Should I install from source instead of using apt repositories?

    - by egarcia
    I'm trying to use rdiff-backup in order to make backup copies of some folders inside an Ubuntu 8.04LTS server. I'm attempting to do the backup on another server with a more modern Ubuntu distro (9.10). I'll call this one the "client". rdiff-backup needs to be installed on both the client and the server. It is available on the apt repositories on both machines, so I installed it using sudo apt-get install rdiff-backup. The problem is that the version installed on the server is older than the one on the client (1.1.15 vs 1.2.8). Thus I get errors when I try do make them work together. So I need both versions to be the same. What is the standard procedure in these cases? Should I attempt to upgrade the version on the server, or downgrade the version on the client? And how whould I do that? In case it is useful, I'd like to point out that the rdiff-backup apt-package has some dependencies - librsync1 & python-support Attaching the errors I got in case they help: rdiff-backup [email protected]::/var/rails/ohwr/backup /home/kikito/backup/files Warning: Local version 1.2.8 does not match remote version 1.1.15. Exception ' Warning Security Violation! Bad request for function: rpath.make_file_dict with arguments: ['/var/rails/ohwr/backup'] ' raised of class '<class 'rdiff_backup.Security.Violation'>': File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/Main.py", line 304, in error_check_Main try: Main(arglist) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/Main.py", line 321, in Main rps = map(SetConnections.cmdpair2rp, cmdpairs) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/SetConnections.py", line 78, in cmdpair2rp return rpath.RPath(conn, filename).normalize() File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/rpath.py", line 884, in __init__ else: self.setdata() File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/rpath.py", line 908, in setdata self.data = self.conn.rpath.make_file_dict(self.path) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/connection.py", line 450, in __call__ return apply(self.connection.reval, (self.name,) + args) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/connection.py", line 370, in reval if isinstance(result, Exception): raise result Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/rdiff-backup", line 30, in <module> rdiff_backup.Main.error_check_Main(sys.argv[1:]) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/Main.py", line 304, in error_check_Main try: Main(arglist) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/Main.py", line 321, in Main rps = map(SetConnections.cmdpair2rp, cmdpairs) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/SetConnections.py", line 78, in cmdpair2rp return rpath.RPath(conn, filename).normalize() File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/rpath.py", line 884, in __init__ else: self.setdata() File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/rpath.py", line 908, in setdata self.data = self.conn.rpath.make_file_dict(self.path) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/connection.py", line 450, in __call__ return apply(self.connection.reval, (self.name,) + args) File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/rdiff_backup/connection.py", line 370, in reval if isinstance(result, Exception): raise result rdiff_backup.Security.Violation: Warning Security Violation! Bad request for function: rpath.make_file_dict with arguments: ['/var/rails/ohwr/backup']

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  • How to change subversion working copy UUID?

    - by Ioan
    I've recently updated Subversion repositories from an old 1.2.3 version to 1.6.0 via svnadmin dump/load. The old repositories all used the same UUID (repositories were created using by copying a template repository). I've changed the UUID on a couple of the new repositories via svnadmin setuuid to be unique. I can't just relocate my existing working copies of those repositories because the UUIDs are different. I know about exporting the working copy and checking out from the new repository, but I was wondering whether there was a way to just change the UUID of the working copy in-place, like what svnadmin setuuid does for repositories.

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  • Why do techs recommend YUM installs yet repositories and providers are ages behind?

    - by JM4
    I have been reading page after page after page about the benefits of using YUM package installer and how NOBODY should built installs from source files (which again makes no sense to me) yet the repositories and source builders always package files in Tarball format, leaving a TON of work (which usually ends up going wrong) to the individual instead of formatting SRPMs for the end user. Has the world gone mad? I feel like I am taking crazy pills!

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  • Where can I find project repositories with continuous testing?

    - by Jenny Smith
    I am interested in studying some test logs from different projects, in order to build and test an application for school. I need to analyze the parts of the code which are tested, the bugs which appeared in those parts and eventually how they were resolved. But for this I need some repositories from different (open source) projects. Can someone please help me with ideas or links or any kind of test logs which might be useful? I really need some resources, so any help is appreciated.

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