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  • Wubi and Vista 64 bits can't work

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

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  • Can a Printer Print White?

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    The vast majority of the time we all print on white media: white paper, white cardstock, and other neutral white surfaces. But what about printing white? Can modern printers print white and if not, why not? Read on as we explore color theory, printer design choices, and why white is the foundation of the printing process. Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy of SuperUser—a subdivision of Stack Exchange, a community-driven grouping of Q&A web sites. Image by Coiote O.; available as wallpaper here. The Question SuperUser reader Curious_Kid is well, curious, about printers. He writes: I was reading about different color models, when this question hit my mind. Can the CMYK color model generate white color? Printers use CMYK color mode. What will happen if I try to print a white colored image (rabbit) on a black paper with my printer? Will I get any image on the paper? Does the CMYK color model have room for white? The Answer SuperUser contributor Darth Android offers some insight into the CMYK process: You will not get anything on the paper with a basic CMYK inkjet or laser printer. The CMYK color mixing is subtractive, meaning that it requires the base that is being colored to have all colors (i.e., White) So that it can create color variation through subtraction: White - Cyan - Yellow = Green White - Yellow - Magenta = Red White - Cyan - Magenta = Blue White is represented as 0 cyan, 0 yellow, 0 magenta, and 0 black – effectively, 0 ink for a printer that simply has those four cartridges. This works great when you have white media, as “printing no ink” simply leaves the white exposed, but as you can imagine, this doesn’t work for non-white media. If you don’t have a base color to subtract from (i.e., Black), then it doesn’t matter what you subtract from it, you still have the color Black. [But], as others are pointing out, there are special printers which can operate in the CMYW color space, or otherwise have a white ink or toner. These can be used to print light colors on top of dark or otherwise non-white media. You might also find my answer to a different question about color spaces helpful or informative. Given that the majority of printer media in the world is white and printing pure white on non-white colors is a specialty process, it’s no surprise that home and (most) commercial printers alike have no provision for it. Have something to add to the explanation? Sound off in the the comments. Want to read more answers from other tech-savvy Stack Exchange users? Check out the full discussion thread here.     

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

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

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  • SQLAuthority News – List of Master Data Services White Paper

    - by pinaldave
    Since my TechEd India 2010 presentation I am very excited with SQL Server 2010 MDS. I just come across very interesting white paper on Microsoft site related to this subject. Here is the list of the same and location where you can download them. They are all written by Top Experts at Microsoft. Master Data Management from a Business Perspective - Download a PDF version or an XPS version Master Data Management from a Technical Perspective - Download a PDF version or an XPS version Bringing Master Data Management to the Stakeholders - Download a PDF version or an XPS version Implementing a Phased Approach to Master Data Management - Download a PDF version or an XPS version SharePoint Workflow Integration with Master Data Services - Read it here. Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com) Filed under: SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Documentation, SQL Download, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, SQL White Papers, T SQL

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  • Using a "white list" for extracting terms for Text Mining

    - by [email protected]
    In Part 1 of my post on "Generating cluster names from a document clustering model" (part 1, part 2, part 3), I showed how to build a clustering model from text documents using Oracle Data Miner, which automates preparing data for text mining. In this process we specified a custom stoplist and lexer and relied on Oracle Text to identify important terms.  However, there is an alternative approach, the white list, which uses a thesaurus object with the Oracle Text CTXRULE index to allow you to specify the important terms. INTRODUCTIONA stoplist is used to exclude, i.e., black list, specific words in your documents from being indexed. For example, words like a, if, and, or, and but normally add no value when text mining. Other words can also be excluded if they do not help to differentiate documents, e.g., the word Oracle is ubiquitous in the Oracle product literature. One problem with stoplists is determining which words to specify. This usually requires inspecting the terms that are extracted, manually identifying which ones you don't want, and then re-indexing the documents to determine if you missed any. Since a corpus of documents could contain thousands of words, this could be a tedious exercise. Moreover, since every word is considered as an individual token, a term excluded in one context may be needed to help identify a term in another context. For example, in our Oracle product literature example, the words "Oracle Data Mining" taken individually are not particular helpful. The term "Oracle" may be found in nearly all documents, as with the term "Data." The term "Mining" is more unique, but could also refer to the Mining industry. If we exclude "Oracle" and "Data" by specifying them in the stoplist, we lose valuable information. But it we include them, they may introduce too much noise. Still, when you have a broad vocabulary or don't have a list of specific terms of interest, you rely on the text engine to identify important terms, often by computing the term frequency - inverse document frequency metric. (This is effectively a weight associated with each term indicating its relative importance in a document within a collection of documents. We'll revisit this later.) The results using this technique is often quite valuable. As noted above, an alternative to the subtractive nature of the stoplist is to specify a white list, or a list of terms--perhaps multi-word--that we want to extract and use for data mining. The obvious downside to this approach is the need to specify the set of terms of interest. However, this may not be as daunting a task as it seems. For example, in a given domain (Oracle product literature), there is often a recognized glossary, or a list of keywords and phrases (Oracle product names, industry names, product categories, etc.). Being able to identify multi-word terms, e.g., "Oracle Data Mining" or "Customer Relationship Management" as a single token can greatly increase the quality of the data mining results. The remainder of this post and subsequent posts will focus on how to produce a dataset that contains white list terms, suitable for mining. CREATING A WHITE LIST We'll leverage the thesaurus capability of Oracle Text. Using a thesaurus, we create a set of rules that are in effect our mapping from single and multi-word terms to the tokens used to represent those terms. For example, "Oracle Data Mining" becomes "ORACLEDATAMINING." First, we'll create and populate a mapping table called my_term_token_map. All text has been converted to upper case and values in the TERM column are intended to be mapped to the token in the TOKEN column. TERM                                TOKEN DATA MINING                         DATAMINING ORACLE DATA MINING                  ORACLEDATAMINING 11G                                 ORACLE11G JAVA                                JAVA CRM                                 CRM CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT    CRM ... Next, we'll create a thesaurus object my_thesaurus and a rules table my_thesaurus_rules: CTX_THES.CREATE_THESAURUS('my_thesaurus', FALSE); CREATE TABLE my_thesaurus_rules (main_term     VARCHAR2(100),                                  query_string  VARCHAR2(400)); We next populate the thesaurus object and rules table using the term token map. A cursor is defined over my_term_token_map. As we iterate over  the rows, we insert a synonym relationship 'SYN' into the thesaurus. We also insert into the table my_thesaurus_rules the main term, and the corresponding query string, which specifies synonyms for the token in the thesaurus. DECLARE   cursor c2 is     select token, term     from my_term_token_map; BEGIN   for r_c2 in c2 loop     CTX_THES.CREATE_RELATION('my_thesaurus',r_c2.token,'SYN',r_c2.term);     EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'insert into my_thesaurus_rules values                        (:1,''SYN(' || r_c2.token || ', my_thesaurus)'')'     using r_c2.token;   end loop; END; We are effectively inserting the token to return and the corresponding query that will look up synonyms in our thesaurus into the my_thesaurus_rules table, for example:     'ORACLEDATAMINING'        SYN ('ORACLEDATAMINING', my_thesaurus)At this point, we create a CTXRULE index on the my_thesaurus_rules table: create index my_thesaurus_rules_idx on        my_thesaurus_rules(query_string)        indextype is ctxsys.ctxrule; In my next post, this index will be used to extract the tokens that match each of the rules specified. We'll then compute the tf-idf weights for each of the terms and create a nested table suitable for mining.

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  • StreamInsight/SSIS Integration White Paper

    - by Roman Schindlauer
    This has been tweeted all over the place, but we still want to give it proper attention here in our blog: SSIS (SQL Server Integration Service) is widely used by today’s customers to transform data from different sources and load into a SQL Server data warehouse or other targets. StreamInsight can process large amount of real-time as well as historical data, making it easy to do temporal and incremental processing.  We have put together a white paper to discuss how to bring StreamInsight and SSIS together and leverage both platforms to get crucial insights faster and easier. From the paper’s abstract: The purpose of this paper is to provide guidance for enriching data integration scenarios by integrating StreamInsight with SQL Server Integration Services. Specifically, we looked at the technical challenges and solutions for such integration, by using a case study based on a customer scenarios in the telecommunications sector. Please take a look at this paper and send us your feedback! Using SQL Server Integration Services and StreamInsight Together Regards, Ping Wang

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

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

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  • Using a "white list" for extracting terms for Text Mining, Part 2

    - by [email protected]
    In my last post, we set the groundwork for extracting specific tokens from a white list using a CTXRULE index. In this post, we will populate a table with the extracted tokens and produce a case table suitable for clustering with Oracle Data Mining. Our corpus of documents will be stored in a database table that is defined as create table documents(id NUMBER, text VARCHAR2(4000)); However, any suitable Oracle Text-accepted data type can be used for the text. We then create a table to contain the extracted tokens. The id column contains the unique identifier (or case id) of the document. The token column contains the extracted token. Note that a given document many have many tokens, so there will be one row per token for a given document. create table extracted_tokens (id NUMBER, token VARCHAR2(4000)); The next step is to iterate over the documents and extract the matching tokens using the index and insert them into our token table. We use the MATCHES function for matching the query_string from my_thesaurus_rules with the text. DECLARE     cursor c2 is       select id, text       from documents; BEGIN     for r_c2 in c2 loop        insert into extracted_tokens          select r_c2.id id, main_term token          from my_thesaurus_rules          where matches(query_string,                        r_c2.text)>0;     end loop; END; Now that we have the tokens, we can compute the term frequency - inverse document frequency (TF-IDF) for each token of each document. create table extracted_tokens_tfidf as   with num_docs as (select count(distinct id) doc_cnt                     from extracted_tokens),        tf       as (select a.id, a.token,                            a.token_cnt/b.num_tokens token_freq                     from                        (select id, token, count(*) token_cnt                        from extracted_tokens                        group by id, token) a,                       (select id, count(*) num_tokens                        from extracted_tokens                        group by id) b                     where a.id=b.id),        doc_freq as (select token, count(*) overall_token_cnt                     from extracted_tokens                     group by token)   select tf.id, tf.token,          token_freq * ln(doc_cnt/df.overall_token_cnt) tf_idf   from num_docs,        tf,        doc_freq df   where df.token=tf.token; From the WITH clause, the num_docs query simply counts the number of documents in the corpus. The tf query computes the term (token) frequency by computing the number of times each token appears in a document and divides that by the number of tokens found in the document. The doc_req query counts the number of times the token appears overall in the corpus. In the SELECT clause, we compute the tf_idf. Next, we create the nested table required to produce one record per case, where a case corresponds to an individual document. Here, we COLLECT all the tokens for a given document into the nested column extracted_tokens_tfidf_1. CREATE TABLE extracted_tokens_tfidf_nt              NESTED TABLE extracted_tokens_tfidf_1                  STORE AS extracted_tokens_tfidf_tab AS              select id,                     cast(collect(DM_NESTED_NUMERICAL(token,tf_idf)) as DM_NESTED_NUMERICALS) extracted_tokens_tfidf_1              from extracted_tokens_tfidf              group by id;   To build the clustering model, we create a settings table and then insert the various settings. Most notable are the number of clusters (20), using cosine distance which is better for text, turning off auto data preparation since the values are ready for mining, the number of iterations (20) to get a better model, and the split criterion of size for clusters that are roughly balanced in number of cases assigned. CREATE TABLE km_settings (setting_name  VARCHAR2(30), setting_value VARCHAR2(30)); BEGIN  INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.clus_num_clusters, 20);  INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value)     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.kmns_distance, dbms_data_mining.kmns_cosine);   INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.prep_auto,dbms_data_mining.prep_auto_off);   INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.kmns_iterations,20);   INSERT INTO km_settings (setting_name, setting_value) VALUES     VALUES (dbms_data_mining.kmns_split_criterion,dbms_data_mining.kmns_size);   COMMIT; END; With this in place, we can now build the clustering model. BEGIN     DBMS_DATA_MINING.CREATE_MODEL(     model_name          => 'TEXT_CLUSTERING_MODEL',     mining_function     => dbms_data_mining.clustering,     data_table_name     => 'extracted_tokens_tfidf_nt',     case_id_column_name => 'id',     settings_table_name => 'km_settings'); END;To generate cluster names from this model, check out my earlier post on that topic.

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  • Blackberry message text is all white on white cannot read - Outlook 2007

    - by johnny
    Hi, I have a user that has Outlook 2007. When a certain person sends her an email from their blackberry the text is all white. If you copy all the text and place it in Word and change the font color you can see the email. The recipient is the only person that has the trouble with email from the blackberry device from this certain person. Everyone else can see the bb messages fine. Any ideas on what to check? I made sure the theme was set to none and that all fonts selected were installed (changed it to arial.) All other emails sent to the recipient are fine from everyone. The user that sends from the blackberry also has a PC. When he sends emails from the machine it looks fine for the troubled recipient. It is only when sending from the bb to that certain person that we get the white on white "invisible" text. Thank you for any help.

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

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

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

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

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  • Sony PCG-252L white screen help

    - by rm
    I have a PCG-252L All-in-one desktop. Last week it downloaded some updates, restarted, and even since then is shows nothing but a white screen. I can hear the beeps on startup, screen changes from white to black a couple of times, and then stays white. There's no VGA or HDMI port on the computer, so I can't plug it into the external monitor. Any ideas?

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  • Images in crystal report with white background don't show as white

    - by Rory
    I'm putting an image in a crystal report (using Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2005). The image is a product logo with a white background, and the report has a white background too. But when I run the report you can see it's not quite white. The off-white color is barely visible, but it is visible and more so when printed. I've tried a variety of image formats, and tried transparent images too but they don't seem to work (transparent pixels show as black). When I use a different image I notice that the faint non-white color changes - as if it's a function of the colors in the image. Anyone else encountered this? Any suggestions?

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

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

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  • Extra white space, on HTML output, on PHP MVC

    - by user316841
    Hi, I'm getting extra white space, that is not CSS, or nothing like it on the view output: The HTML. I've checked for ? (removed, where I could), saved UTF8 without BOM. Checked for existent white space in the beginning of each file, even at end. This is the structure: index.php - this is the entry point; MODEL/ CONTROLLER/ VIEW/ Let's say, that trough method GET, its sent the var TPL with some value. Let's call it LIST, so it pulls the LIST model, with all data and then show the right template to the user, with the right data. I used and tested, with require_once, include_once, include, even tested with readfile (just to test). The LIST Template opens the header.tpl and footer.tpl; I also tryed to remove this both includes from LIST template, but still, the extra white space continued. This is where the extra white space is coming from. This controller is placed between controller activity runs here , this is where the extra white space is coming from: $model_works-getRows(); $rows = $model_works-rows; if ( !require_once('views/list_works.tpl.php') ) { echo "Error."; } // end if clause The list_works.tpl.php, is basicly HTML with tags; I've t tested by changing the extension to something else, like html. Also, just to remember that at top of this file, we are using require_once to open the header.tpl and at bottom the footer.tpl. I've tested by removing both and the extra white space was still generated. The extra white space is being generated here: EXTRA WHITE SPACE HERE Thanks a lot for looking, ;D

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

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

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  • Patrick Curran Session-Keynote at DOAG 2012

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

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  • Mecer laptop gives me a white screen when I close the screen

    - by Dane Rossenrode
    I'm having a very strange hardware issue with my Mecer m770u laptop with intel i7 quad core, etc... I'm wondering if anyone has had this issue with any other brand/model of laptop, and what I should fix/replace to solve it...? Basically when I close the screen of the laptop, the screen often goes completely white. If I open it slowly and smoothly again, the screen returns to normal. But if I close the screen when the computer is off, and then switch it on, it boots with a white screen, and opening it slowly/smoothly doesn't help. I have to then switch it on and off a few times before it returns to normal. Makes travelling with my laptop really difficult! Any suggestions?

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  • Powermac G4 Booting Up to White Screen?

    - by David
    I have a Powermac G4 that I use as a server. Since yesterday, for any reason, it chimes, and just goes to a white screen. The only way to make it work again is to reset the PMU by holding the button inside for 10 seconds. It is running 10.4.11.

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  • Detect a white square in a black and white image

    - by gcc
    I saw that question i one web site (cite name like that programm.) then i tried to solve but icannot (not my and myfriend homework ) how can i approach to that one (in program.net no solution there is ) Read black & white image data from standard input, and detect a white square in the image. Output the coordinates of the upper left corner of the square, and the width of the square. In the preliminary work, you can print the output and terminate your program after you detect your first square. If you can't find any square on the image, you will print the string: "NO DETECTION". Input (which represents a 2 by 2 square in the center of a 5 by 4 image): 2 2 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 255 255 0 0 0 255 255 0 0 0 0 0 0 Output: 3 2 2 Input (more comprehensible format of the image, with the same output): 2 6 4 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 255 255 255 000 000 000 000 255 255 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 Output: no detection Input can be: 000 255 255 000 000 000 000 255 255 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 255 255 255 000 000 000 255 255 255 000 000 000 255 255 255 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 If there are two squares detected, we should use the biggest one

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  • Sign Up form text shows white with a white background

    - by Rob
    I have a signup form on a website that I am developing using dreamweaver. The input text and background text are both showing as white (or not showing!) even though the page text is set at #0000CC. See it here: www.betterlifecoaching.co.uk (it is still work in progress) How can I overcome this? The sign up script is: .link, SignUp .signupframe { color: #0033CC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; } .link { text-decoration: none; } #SignUp .signupframe { border: 1px solid #282FFF; background: #ABB4BA; } Email Marketing You Can Trust many thanks Rob

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

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

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  • Get to Know a Candidate (15 of 25): Jerry White&ndash;Socialist Equality Party

    - by Brian Lanham
    DISCLAIMER: This is not a post about “Romney” or “Obama”. This is not a post for whom I am voting. Information sourced for Wikipedia. White (born Jerome White) is an American politician and journalist, reporting for the World Socialist Web Site.  White's Presidential campaign keeps four core components: * International unity in the working class * Social equality * Opposition to imperialist militarism and assault on democratic rights * Opposition to the political subordination of the working class to the Democrats and Republicans The White-Scherrer ticket is currently undergoing a review by the Wisconsin election committee concerning the ballot listing of the party for the 2012 Presidential elections. White has visited Canada, Germany, and Sri Lanka to campaign for socialism and an international working class movement. The Socialist Equality Party (SEP) is a Trotskyist political party in the United States, one of several Socialist Equality Parties around the world affiliated to the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI). The ICFI publishes daily news articles, perspectives and commentaries on the World Socialist Web Site. The party held public conferences in 2009 and 2010. It led an inquiry into utility shutoffs in Detroit, Michigan earlier in 2010, after which it launched a Committee Against Utility Shutoffs. Recently it sent reporters to West Virginia to report on the Upper Big Branch Mine disaster and the way that Massey Energy has treated its workers. It also sent reporters to the Gulf Coast to report on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. In addition, it has participated in elections with the aim of opposing the American occupation of Iraq and building a mass socialist party with an international perspective. Despite having been active for over a decade, the Socialist Equality Party held its founding congress in 2008, where it adopted a statement of principles and a historical document. White has Ballot Access in: CO, LA, WI Learn more about Jerry White and Socialist Equality Party on Wikipedia

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  • New White Paper: Advanced Uses of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (published AUGUST 2013)

    - by PorusHH_OCM11g10g
    Friends,I am pleased to say a new Oracle white paper of mine has been published on 1st August 2013: White Paper: Advanced Uses of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c This white paper includes information on EM12c Release 3 (12.1.0.3) and Managing Database 12c with EM12c Release 3.This white paper is also currently visible in the main Oracle Enterprise Manager page:http://www.oracle.com/us/products/enterprise-manager/index.htmlHappy Reading!!Regards,Porus.

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  • iPhone SDK "White Flash" transition

    - by Extremely frustrated
    I want to make a button; when you press it the screen fades to a "flash of white" and back like in those powerpoint transitions. I'm thinking maybe dynamically changing the opacity of a white square or something? What do you think? Is there something like this that already exists like part of Catransitions or something? Thanks guys.

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