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  • Meet Peter, 80 years old today

    - by AdamRG
    You have to arrive at the office early in the morning to meet Peter. He arrives at 5am and by 8:30am he's gone. Peter has been a cleaner here for several years. He is 80 years old today. Peter was born only a couple of km from our office in Cambridge, England and was for many years an Engineer for Pye Electronics. I'm lucky enough to arrive in the office early enough to catch Peter, dressed smarter than most of us in shirt and tie, and he tells stories of how Cambridge was years ago. He says the site of our office is on land between what would have been a prisoner of war camp (camp 1025), and a few hundred metres North, a camp of American allies. In February 1944, Peter was 13 years old. One night, a Dornier Do 217 heavy bomber heading towards London was hit by anti-aircraft fire and the crew of four parachuted from the plane. The plane however, continued on autopilot for over 50km. Gradually dropping lower and lower, narrowly missing the spires of Cambridge, it eventually came to land, largely intact, in allotment gardens by Peter's house near Milton Road. He told me that he was quick to the scene, along with some other young lads, and grabbed parts of the plane as souvenirs. It's one of many tales that Peter recounts, but I happened to discover a chapter about this particular plane crash in a history book called the War Torn Skies of Great Britain by Julian Evan-Hart. It reads: 'It slid to a halt in the allotment gardens of Milton Road. The cockpit ended up crumpled against a wooden fence and several incendiary bombs that had broken loose from their containers in the ruptured bomb bay were strewn over the ground behind the Dornier.' I smiled when I read the following line: 'Many residents came to see the Dornier in the allotments. Several lads made off with souvenirs' It seems a young Peter has been captured in print! For his birthday, among other things, we gave him a copy of the book. Working for a software company and rushing headlong through the 21st century, it's easy to forget even our recent history, or what feet stood on the same ground before us. That aircraft crashed only 700 metres from where our office now stands. The disused and overgrown railway line that runs down the side of the office closed to passengers 30 years ago. The industrial estate the other side was the site of a farm, Trinity Hall Farm, as recently as 60 years ago. Roman rings and Palaeolithic handaxes have been unearthed nearby. I suppose Peter will be one of the last people I'll ever hear talking first-hand about Cambridge during the war. It's a privilege to know him. Happy birthday Peter.

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  • Java Spotlight Episode 58: Peter Korn and Ofir Leitner on ME Accessibility

    - by Roger Brinkley
    Tweet Interview with Peter Korn and Ofir Leitner on Mobile and Embedded Accessibility. Joining us this week on the Java All Star Developer Panel are Dalibor Topic, Java Free and Open Source Software Ambassador and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Java EE Developer Advocate. 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 Announcing Oracle WebLogic 12c Geronimo 3 beta - Another Apache project now compatible with Java EE 6 NetBeans 7.1 RC1 is out JavaFX links of the weeks JavaFX videos on Parleys: Nicolas Lorain's Introduction to JavaFX 2.0 from JavaOne 2011 & Richard Bair on JavaFX Architecture and Programming Model Events Dec 4, SOUJava Geek Bike Ride 2011, Sao Paulo  Dec 5-7, UKOUG, Birmingham, UK Dec 6-8, Java One Brazil, Sao Paulo Dec 9 UAIJUG, Uberlandia Dec 9 CEJUG, Fortaleza/CE Dec 10 GUJAVA, Florianopolis Dec 10 ALJUG, Maceio/AL Dec 11 Javaneiros, Campo Grande/MS Dec 12 GOJAVA, Goiania/GO Dec 13 RioJUG, Rio de Janeiro Feature interview Peter Korn is Oracle's Accessibility Principal – their senior individual contributor on accessibility. He is also Technical Manager of the AEGIS project, leading an EC-funded €12.6m investment building accessibility into future mainstream ICT (FP7-ICT224348). Mr. Korn co-developed and co-implemented the Java Accessibility API, and developed the Java Access Bridge for Windows. He helped design the open source GNOME Accessibility architecture found on most modern UNIX and GNU/Linux systems, and consulted on accessibility support for OpenOffice.org, Firefox, Thunderbird, and other applications. Prior to Sun/Oracle, Peter co-developed the outSPOKEN for Windows screen reader. Mr. Korn represented Sun/Oracle on TEITAC for the Section 508/255 refresh, co-led the OASIS ODF Accessibility subcommittee, and sits on INCITS V2 where he is contributing to ISO 13066: defining AT-IT interoperability standards including specifically the Java Accessibility API. Ofir Leitner is the architect of one of LWUIT's key features - the HTMLComponent which allows rendering HTML within LWUIT applications and to embed web-flows inside apps. Ofir is also responsible for LWUIT's bidirectional and RTL support and for the accessibility work that is being done these days in LWUIT. Mail Bag What's Cool Devoxx 2011 (Alexis) Eclipsecon Europe Talk by Andrew Overholt: IcedTea & IcedTea-Web Geek bike ride & Rio 500 Twitter followers @JavaSpotlight Show Transcripts Transcript for this show is available here when available.

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  • SYSLINUX 4.07 EDD 2013-07-25 Copyright (C) 1994-2013 H. Peter Anvin et al [duplicate]

    - by Aniel Arias
    This question already has an answer here: Not booting from USB or CD (SYSLINUX Message) 10 answers this what is happening, i downloaded (ubuntu-gnome-14.04.1-desktop) and (elementaryos-unstable-amd64.20140810) to try out in my laptop and i have use (unetbootin-windows-608) and (Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.5.5) but i get this message every time i try to boot from the usb (SYSLINUX 4.07 EDD 2013-07-25 Copyright (C) 1994-2013 H. Peter Anvin et al) however i tried in an old desktop that i have and it works although the installer gets stuck on most of the time at the part of reading partitions/hard drives so please i really need help with this. note: i did installed os x long time ago and i broke windows installation then fix it following some online tutorials just for FYI thanks please can somebody help to fix this problem, i have been looking on google but haven't found anything in concrete. please help

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  • Geszti Péter a HOUG konferencián

    - by Lajos Sárecz
    Közel 100%-os a HOUG konferencia programja, így a március 29. kedd délelotti plenáris eloadások is már ismertek. Dr. Magyar Gábor HOUG elnök és Reményi Csaba Oracle ügyvezeto mellett a Budapesti Corvinus Egyetemrol Dr. Bodnár Viktória tart egy érdekes eloadást "Hogyan reagálnak a vezetok a környezeti változásra?" címmel, illetve a "sztárvendég" Geszti Péter lesz, aki az innováció és kreativitás témában osztja meg velünk tudását és tapasztalatait. Hogy milyen más indokokat lehet felsorolni amellett, hogy valaki regisztráljon és részt vegyen a konferencián, arra idézném a weblapot: Miért érdemes még eljönni az idei konferenciára? Azért, * mert ez az elso HOUG konferencia az Oracle-Sun egyesülést követoen; * mert megismerheti az ügyfelek korábbi tapasztalatait, már hardware témában is, * mert bemutatkozik az ExaLogic, az alkalmazásszerver feladatokra optimalizált hardver-szoftver célrendszer; * mert a résztvevok számára nyílt oktatások, workshopok állnak rendelkezésre végig a konferencia során; * mert megismerheti az iparági legjobb gyakorlatokat az Oracle alkalmazásokra - Siebel, Hyperion, E-Business Suite, Policy Automation. * mert találkozhat a HOUG Egyesület új elnökségével, megismerheti terveiket.

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  • QotD: Peter Wayner on Programming trend No. 1

    - by $utils.escapeXML($entry.author)
    Programming trend No. 1: The JVM is not just for Java anymoreA long time ago, Sun created Java and shared the virtual machine with the world. By the time Microsoft created C#, people recognized that the VM didn't have to be limited to one language. Anything that could be transformed into the byte code could use it.Now, it seems that everyone is building their language to do just that. Leave the job of building a virtual machine to Sun/Oracle, and concentrate your efforts on the syntactic bells and structural whistles, goes the mantra today.Peter Wayner in an article on "11 programming trends to watch" at ITWorld.

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  • Oracle BPM enable BAM by Peter Paul

    - by JuergenKress
    BPMN processes created in the BPM Suite can be monitored by standardized dashboard in the BPM workspace. Besides that there a default views to export Oracle BPM metrics to a data warehouse. And there is another option: BAM – Business Activity Monitoring. BAM takes the monitoring of BPMN processes one step further. BAM allows you to create more advanced dashboards and even real-time alerts. BAM enables you to make decisions based on real-time information gathered from your running processes. With BPMN processes you can use the standard Business Indicators that the BPM Suite offers you and use them to with BAM without much extra effort. However you have to enable BAM in BPM processes. Read the full article here. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit  www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Mix Forum Technorati Tags: BPM,BAM,BPM and BAM,Peter Paul,proces monitoring,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • cups log kills ubuntu 12.04 and sudoer permissions changed

    - by peterretief
    I am using Ubuntu 12.04 as a desktop and recently had a weird crash with the log file for cups filling up the entire drive and not letting me back in, also what changed was /var/lib/sudo had changed from root to peter (me) I didn't make this change - I checked the history! I set the sudoers back to root and capped the max size for cups log Anyone had a similar experience? It feels like someone is messing around with my settings Is there any way to trace how the error occurred? Logs auth.log Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop lightdm: pam_unix(lightdm:session): session opened for user lightdm by (uid=0) Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop lightdm: pam_ck_connector(lightdm:session): nox11 mode, ignoring PAM_TTY :0 Jan 1 02:06:53 peter-desktop lightdm: pam_unix(lightdm:session): session opened for user lightdm by (uid=0) Jan 1 02:06:53 peter-desktop lightdm: pam_ck_connector(lightdm:session): nox11 mode, ignoring PAM_TTY :0 syslog Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop rsyslogd: [origin software="rsyslogd" swVersion="5.8.6" x-pid="903" x-info="http://www.rsyslog.com"] start Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop rsyslogd: rsyslogd's groupid changed to 103 Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop rsyslogd: rsyslogd's userid changed to 101 Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop rsyslogd-2039: Could not open output pipe '/dev/xconsole' [try http://www.rsyslog.com/e/2039 ] Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop bluetoothd[898]: Failed to init gatt_example plugin Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop kernel: [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpuset Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop kernel: [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpu Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop kernel: [ 0.000000] Linux version 3.2.0-25-generic-pae ([email protected]) (gcc version 4.6.3 (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.6.3-1ubuntu5) ) #40-Ubuntu SMP Wed May 23 22:11:24 UTC 2012 (Ubuntu 3.2.0-25.40-generic-pae 3.2.18) Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop kernel: [ 0.000000] KERNEL supported cpus: Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop kernel: [ 0.000000] Intel GenuineIntel Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop kernel: [ 0.000000] AMD AuthenticAMD Jan 1 02:04:13 peter-desktop kernel: [ 0.000000] NSC Geode by NSC

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  • The SQL Server Reporting Services SDK for PHP Debuts

    - by The Official Microsoft IIS Site
    Microsoft has just released the SQL Server Reporting Services SDK for PHP, which enables PHP developers to easily create reports and integrate them in their web applications. The SDK offers a simple Application Programming Interface to interoperate with SQL Server Reporting Services, Microsoft's Reporting and Business Intelligence solution. Developers will be able to use the SDK to perform common operations like listing reports in PHP applications, providing custom report parameters from a PHP...(read more)

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  • In Mercurial, what is the exact step that Peter or me has to do so that he gets back the rolled back

    - by Jian Lin
    The short question is: if I hg rollback, how does Peter get my rolled back version if he cloned from me? What are the exact steps he or me has to do or type? This is related to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3034793/in-mercurial-when-peter-hg-clone-me-and-i-commit-and-he-pull-and-update-he-g The details: After the following steps, Mary has 7 and Peter has 11. My repository is 7 What are the exact steps Peter or me has to do or type SO THAT PETER GETS 7 back? F:\>mkdir hgme F:\>cd hgme F:\hgme>hg init F:\hgme>echo the code is 7 > code.txt F:\hgme>hg add code.txt F:\hgme>hg commit -m "this is version 1" F:\hgme>cd .. F:\>hg clone hgme hgpeter updating to branch default 1 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved F:\>cd hgpeter F:\hgpeter>type code.txt the code is 7 F:\hgpeter>cd .. F:\>cd hgme F:\hgme>notepad code.txt [now i change 7 to 11] F:\hgme>hg commit -m "this is version 2" F:\hgme>cd .. F:\>cd hgpeter F:\hgpeter>hg pull pulling from f:\hgme searching for changes adding changesets adding manifests adding file changes added 1 changesets with 1 changes to 1 files (run 'hg update' to get a working copy) F:\hgpeter>hg update 1 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved F:\hgpeter>type code.txt the code is 11 F:\hgpeter>cd .. F:\>cd hgme F:\hgme>hg rollback rolling back last transaction F:\hgme>cd .. F:\>hg clone hgme hgmary updating to branch default 1 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved F:\>cd hgmary F:\hgmary>type code.txt the code is 7 F:\hgmary>cd .. F:\>cd hgpeter F:\hgpeter>hg pull pulling from f:\hgme searching for changes no changes found F:\hgpeter>hg update 0 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved F:\hgpeter>type code.txt the code is 11 F:\hgpeter>

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  • Porting a piece of Lisp code to Clojure (PAIP)

    - by Robert Brown
    I'm reading Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming (PAIP) by Peter Norvig and I'm trying to write all the code in Clojure rather than common Lisp. However I'm stuck on this piece of code on page 39: (defparameter *simple-grammar* '((sentence -> (noun-phrase verb-phrase)) (noun-phrase -> (Article Noun)) (verb-phrase -> (Verb noun-phrase)) (Article -> the a) (Noun -> man ball woman table) (Verb -> hit took saw liked)) "A grammar for a trivial subset of English.") (defvar *grammar* *simple-grammar*) How can I translate this into Clojure? Thanks.

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  • In Mercurial, when Peter "hg clone" me, and I commit and he pull and update, he gets my version, but

    - by Jian Lin
    That is, in Mercurial, if Peter cloned from me by hg clone c:\mycode into his e:\code let's say there is a file code.txt and it contains the text the code is 7 Now, when I change it to the code is 11 and hg commit, then he can get my code using hg pull and hg update. Now his version says the code is 11 But if I decide the change was wrong and hg rollback, then my repository should have the 7 version, while the working directory should have the 11 version. So when Peter does an hg pull and hg update, he should be sync'ed up to my current repository, which is the 7, but I found that it is not the case -- he still gets the 11 version. Why is that? Can he get the rolled back code (the 7)? Does Git behave the same way too?

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  • SQL: How to select rows from a table while ignoring the duplicate field values?

    - by Maxxon
    How to select rows from a table while ignoring the duplicate field values? Here is an example: id user_id message 1 Adam "Adam is here." 2 Peter "Hi there this is Peter." 3 Peter "I am getting sick." 4 Josh "Oh, snap. I'm on a boat!" 5 Tom "This show is great." 6 Laura "Textmate rocks." What i want to achive is to select the recently active users from my db. Let's say i want to select the 5 recently active users. The problem is, that the following script selects Peter twice. mysql_query("SELECT * FROM messages ORDER BY id DESC LIMIT 5 "); What i want is to skip the row when it gets again to Peter, and select the next result, in our case Adam. So i don't want to show my visitors that the recently active users were Laura, Tom, Josh, Peter, and Peter again. That does not make any sense, instead i want to show them this way: Laura, Tom, Josh, Peter, (skipping Peter) and Adam. Is there an SQL command i can use for this problem?

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  • TechEd Video: The Largest Code Camp In the World ?!?

    Check out this short 2 minute video chat with ASP.NET MVP, Peter Kellner. Peter is the primary coordinator for the Silicon Valley Code Camp and claims that it is the largest in the world. DevExpress is happy to sponsor this 2-day event and I hope to attend it this year in October 2010. Watch the video to learn more about the Silicon Valley Code Camp and Peter Kellner: Links mentioned in the video: Silicon Valley Code Camp Peter Kellners Blog & Twitter Thanks Peter! Drop me a line...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • TechEd Video: The Largest Code Camp In the World ?!?

    Check out this short 2 minute video chat with ASP.NET MVP, Peter Kellner. Peter is the primary coordinator for the Silicon Valley Code Camp and claims that it is the largest in the world. DevExpress is happy to sponsor this 2-day event and I hope to attend it this year in October 2010. Watch the video to learn more about the Silicon Valley Code Camp and Peter Kellner: Links mentioned in the video: Silicon Valley Code Camp Peter Kellners Blog & Twitter Thanks Peter! Drop me a line...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • Delete corrupted folder

    - by Peter Becich
    I am trying to delete a folder in my home directory; its name is completely garbled. In Nautilus, the garbled text is followed by 'Invalid Directory.' Deleting it with Nautilus stalls; I can't type in the garbled name in the terminal. [email protected]_vbox:~$ ls -lbdR * ... drwxrwxr-x 3 peter peter 4096 Jul 28 15:19 \346>\3152\357+\332)\363*\356,\253-\277+H&\266\033z\v\373\366\340\340?\314\022\274P\262\003\260?\303p\326\342\351\214\374f\016X\036r)!.\026 ... Any ideas? Running 12.04; if it's of any importance, this is running in VirtualBox on a Macbook Air. It was installed through VirtualBox. I don't have any other signs of SSD failure that I've picked up on -- referring to this question: Random files (invalid encoding) appearing in home directory Thanks

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  • Group by SQL with count

    - by snorlaks
    Lets say we have got rows like that: MyTable ID Name Product 1 Adam x 2 Adam y 3 Adam z 4 Peter a 5 Peter b Using query like: Select Name, Count(Product) from MyTable group by Name results will be: Adam 3 Peter 2 But I would like results like: 1 Adam x 3 2 Adam y 3 3 Adam z 3 4 Peter a 2 5 Peter b 2 I hope Ypu know what I mean Could You help me with that query, thanks for help, Bye

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  • Setting an instanced class property overwrites the property in all instances.

    - by Peter Moore
    I have two instances of a class. Setting a property in the first instance will set it for the second instance too. Why? It shouldn't. The property is not a "prototype property". Check the code below, what happens to Peter Griffin? Two objects are created and given the name "Peter Griffin" and "Roger Moore" but the alert boxes will say "Peter Moore" and "Roger Moore". What happened to Peter Griffin? var BaseClass = function(){ this.name = ""; this.data = {}; this.data.lastname = ""; } var ExtendedClass = function(){ this.setName = function(fname, lname){ this.name = fname; this.data.lastname = lname; } this.hello = function(){ alert("Full name: " + this.name + " " + this.data.lastname); } } ExtendedClass.prototype = new BaseClass(); pilot = new ExtendedClass(); driver = new ExtendedClass(); pilot.setName("Peter", "Griffin"); driver.setName("Roger", "Moore"); pilot.hello(); // Full name: Peter Moore driver.hello(); // Full name: Roger Moore

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  • Postfix mail server: can't connect via POP/IMAP

    - by MelkerOVan
    I've followed this guide on setting up a mail server on my dedicated server. I've been able to send mails from the php application I'm using and the linux commandline (using telnet, php, etc). The problem is that I cannot connect to the server via IMAP/POP which I've setup using Courier. I've tried using thunderbird but it complains that the username or password is wrong. I doubt it is the username/password but I don't know how to trouble shoot this. Edit: Here's the messages in mail.log: Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: received auth request, service=imap, authtype=login Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: authmysql: trying this module Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: SQL query: SELECT id, crypt, "", uid, gid, home, "", "", name, "" FROM users WHERE id = '[email protected]' AND (enabled=1) Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: password matches successfully Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: authmysql: sysusername=<null>, sysuserid=5000, sysgroupid=5000, homedir=/var/spool/mail/virtual, [email protected], fullname=peter, maildir=<null>, quota=<null>, options=<null> Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: authmysql: clearpasswd=<null>, passwd=6SrBcYq65l8QU Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: Authenticated: sysusername=<null>, sysuserid=5000, sysgroupid=5000, homedir=/var/spool/mail/virtual, [email protected], fullname=peter, maildir=<null>, quota=<null>, options=<null> Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: Authenticated: clearpasswd=peter, passwd=6SrBcYq65l8QU Jan 9 22:43:38 mail imapd: chdir Maildir: No such file or directory

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  • Mail server: can't connect via POP/IMAP

    - by MelkerOVan
    I've followed this guide on setting up a mail server on my dedicated server. I've been able to send mails from the php application I'm using and the linux commandline (using telnet, php, etc). The problem is that I cannot connect to the server via IMAP/POP which I've setup using Courier. I've tried using thunderbird but it complains that the username or password is wrong. I doubt it is the username/password but I don't know how to trouble shoot this. Edit: Here's the messages in mail.log: Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: received auth request, service=imap, authtype=login Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: authmysql: trying this module Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: SQL query: SELECT id, crypt, "", uid, gid, home, "", "", name, "" FROM users WHERE id = '[email protected]' AND (enabled=1) Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: password matches successfully Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: authmysql: sysusername=<null>, sysuserid=5000, sysgroupid=5000, homedir=/var/spool/mail/virtual, [email protected], fullname=peter, maildir=<null>, quota=<null>, options=<null> Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: authmysql: clearpasswd=<null>, passwd=password Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: Authenticated: sysusername=<null>, sysuserid=5000, sysgroupid=5000, homedir=/var/spool/mail/virtual, [email protected], fullname=peter, maildir=<null>, quota=<null>, options=<null> Jan 9 22:43:38 mail authdaemond: Authenticated: clearpasswd=peter, passwd=password Jan 9 22:43:38 mail imapd: chdir Maildir: No such file or directory

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  • Is this simple XOR encrypted communication absolutely secure?

    - by user3123061
    Say Alice have 4GB USB flash memory and Peter also have 4GB USB flash memory. They once meet and save on both of memories two files named alice_to_peter.key (2GB) and peter_to_alice.key (2GB) which is randomly generated bits. Then they never meet again and communicate electronicaly. Alice also maintains variable called alice_pointer and Peter maintains variable called peter_pointer which is both initially set to zero. Then when Alice needs to send message to Peter they do: encrypted_message_to_peter[n] = message_to_peter[n] XOR alice_to_peter.key[alice_pointer + n] Where n i n-th byte of message. Then alice_pointer is attached at begining of the encrypted message and (alice_pointer + encrypted message) is sent to Peter and then alice_pointer is incremented by length of message (and for maximum security can be used part of key erased) Peter receives encrypted_message, reads alice_pointer stored at beginning of message and do this: message_to_peter[n] = encrypted_message_to_peter[n] XOR alice_to_peter.key[alice_pointer + n] And for maximum security after reading of message also erases used part of key. - EDIT: In fact this step with this simple algorithm (without integrity check and authentication) decreases security, see Paulo Ebermann post below. When Peter needs to send message to Alice they do analogical steps with peter_to_alice.key and with peter_pointer. With this trivial schema they can send for next 50 years each day 2GB / (50 * 365) = cca 115kB of encrypted data in both directions. If they need more data to send, they simple use larger memory for keys for example with today 2TB harddiscs (1TB keys) is possible to exchange next 50years 60MB/day ! (thats practicaly lots of data for example with using compression its more than hour of high quality voice communication) It Seems to me there is no way for attacker to read encrypted message without keys even if they have infinitely fast computer. because even with infinitely fast computer with brute force they get ever possible message that can fit to length of message, but this is astronomical amount of messages and attacker dont know which of them is actual message. I am right? Is this communication schema really absolutely secure? And if its secure, has this communication method its own name? (I mean XOR encryption is well-known, but whats name of this concrete practical application with use large memories at both communication sides for keys? I am humbly expecting that this application has been invented someone before me :-) ) Note: If its absolutely secure then its amazing because with today low cost large memories it is practicaly much cheeper way of secure communication than expensive quantum cryptography and with equivalent security! EDIT: I think it will be more and more practical in future with lower a lower cost of memories. It can solve secure communication forever. Today you have no certainty if someone succesfuly atack to existing ciphers one year later and make its often expensive implementations unsecure. In many cases before comunication exist step where communicating sides meets personaly, thats time to generate large keys. I think its perfect for military communication for example for communication with submarines which can have installed harddrive with large keys and military central can have harddrive for each submarine they have. It can be also practical in everyday life for example for control your bank account because when you create your account you meet with bank etc.

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  • error in auth.log but can login; LDAP/PAM

    - by Peter
    I have a server running OpenLDAP. When I start a ssh-session I can log in without problems, but an error appears in the logs. This only happens when I log in with a LDAP account (so not with a system account such as root). Any help to eliminate these errors would be much appreciated. The relevant piece from /var/log/auth.log sshd[6235]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=example.com user=peter sshd[6235]: Accepted password for peter from 192.168.1.2 port 2441 ssh2 sshd[6235]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user peter by (uid=0) pam common-session session [default=1] pam_permit.so session required pam_unix.so session optional pam_ldap.so session required pam_mkhomedir.so skel=/etc/skel umask=0022 session required pam_limits.so session required pam_unix.so session optional pam_ldap.so pam common-auth auth [success=1 default=ignore] pam_ldap.so auth required pam_unix.so nullok_secure use_first_pass auth required pam_permit.so session required pam_mkhomedir.so skel=/etc/skel umask=0022 silent auth sufficient pam_unix.so nullok_secure use_first_pass auth requisite pam_succeed_if.so uid >= 1000 quiet auth sufficient pam_ldap.so use_first_pass auth required pam_deny.so pam common-account account [success=2 new_authtok_reqd=done default=ignore] pam_ldap.so account [success=1 default=ignore] pam_unix.so account required pam_unix.so account sufficient pam_succeed_if.so uid < 1000 quiet account [default=bad success=ok user_unknown=ignore] pam_ldap.so account required pam_permit.so account sufficient pam_ldap.so account sufficient pam_unix.so

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  • Silverlight Cream for June 21, 2011 -- #1110

    - by Dave Campbell
    In this Issue: Colin Eberhardt, Kunal Chowdhury(-2-), Peter Kuhn(-2-, -3-), Mike Gold, WindowsPhoneGeek, Nigel Sampson, Paul Sheriff, Dhananjay Kumar, and Erno de Weerd. Above the Fold: Silverlight: "Silverlight Debug Helper" Peter Kuhn3 WP7: "Metro In Motion #8 – AutoCompleteBox Reveal Animation" Colin Eberhardt Shoutouts: Check out the Top 5 from my friends at SilverlightShow from last week: SilverlightShow for June 13 - 19, 2011 From SilverlightCream.com: Metro In Motion #8 – AutoCompleteBox Reveal Animation Colin Eberhardt found yet another 'Metro In Motion' to duplicate... this one is the auto-complete effect seen in the WP7 email client... check out the video on the post! Windows Phone 7 (Mango) Tutorial - 16 - How to Create a WP7 Alarm Application? Kunal Chowdhury has a couple more of his Mango tutorials up... number 16 (!) is on creating an Alarm app using scheduled tasks. Windows Phone 7 (Mango) Tutorial - 17 - How to Create a WP7 Reminder Application? Kunal Chowdhury's latest is number 17 in the Mango series and he's discussing the Reminder class which is part of the Scheduler namespace. Silverlight Debug Helper Peter Kuhn has deployed a new version of his "Silverlight Debug Helper"... this time he's added support for FireFox and Chrome. Getting ready for the Windows Phone 7 Exam 70-599 (Part 3) Peter Kuhn also has Part 3 of his series posted at SilverlightShow on getting ready for the WP7 exam. XNA for Silverlight developers: Part 13 - Mango (2) Finally, Peter Kuhn's latest XNA for Silverlight developers tutorial is up at SilverlightShow and is the 2nd Mango post for game devs. Detecting Altitude using the WP7 Phone WindowsPhoneGeek apparently turned the reigns of his blog over to Mike Gold for this post about Altitude detection on the WP7. Windows Phone Mango: Getting Started with MVVM in 10 Minutes If you're out there and still haven't gotten your head around MVVM, or want to take another look at why you're beating yourself up doing it [ :) ]... WindowsPhoneGeek has a quick write-up on MVVM and WP7.1 apps Creating app promotional videos Nigel Sampson details how he uses Expression Encoder to produce the app videos he has on his blog for his WP7* apps. Sort Data in Windows Phone using Collection View Source Paul Sheriff's latest post is up, and is another WP7 post. This time on how to sort the data you consume by using a CollectionViewSource object in XAML and not write any code! Viewing Flickr Images on Windows 7.1 Phone or Mango Phone Dhananjay Kumar has a tutorial up for WP7.1 showing how to use the Flickr REST service to display images on your device. Windows Phone 7: Drawing graphics for your application with Inkscape – Part II: Icons Part 2 of Erno de Weerd's Trilogy on Drawing graphics for your WP7* apps in Inkscape is up... this tutorial is all about icons... good stuff! Stay in the 'Light! Twitter SilverlightNews | Twitter WynApse | WynApse.com | Tagged Posts | SilverlightCream Join me @ SilverlightCream | Phoenix Silverlight User Group Technorati Tags: Silverlight    Silverlight 3    Silverlight 4    Windows Phone MIX10

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  • Devoxx UK JCP & Adopt-a-JSR activities

    - by Heather VanCura
    Devoxx UK starts this week!  The JCP Program is organizing many activities throughout the conference, including some tables in the Hackergarten area on 12-13 June.  Topics include Java EE, Data Grids, Java SE 8 (Lambdas and Date & Time API), Money & Currency API and OpenJDK.  We will have two book signings by Richard Warburton and Peter Pilgrim during the Hackergarten - free signed copy of their books at these times - first come, first served (limited quantities available).  Thursday night is the party and the Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions - come with your favorite questions and topics related to the JCP, Adopt-a-JSR and Adopt OpenJDK Programs!  See below for the schedule of activities; I will fill in details for each session tomorrow.    Thursday 12 June 10:20 - 12:50 Java EE -- Arun Gupta 13:30-17:00 Lambdas/Date & Time API --Richard Warburton & Raoul-Gabriel Urma (also a book signing with Richard Warburon during the afternoon break) 14:30-17:30 Data Grids - Peter Lawrey 14:30-18:00 Money & Currency -- Anatole Tresch 18:45 Adopt OpenJDK BoF session (Java EE BoF runs concurrently) 19:45 JCP & Adopt-a-JSR BoF session Friday 13 June 10:20-13:00 OpenJDK -- Mani Sarkar  10:20- 14:30 Money & Currency -- Anatole Tresch 10:20 - 13:00 Java EE -- Peter Pilgrim 13:00-13:30 Peter Pilgrim Java EE 7 Book signing sponsored by JCP @ lunch time 13:30 - 15:30 JCP.Next/JSR 364 -- Heather VanCura

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  • Get client IP address

    - by Peter Larsson
    Up until now, I have used convuluted approaches to get the current user client IP-address. This weekend I browsed Books Online for SQL Server 2008 R2 (November CTP) and found this new cool function! SELECT  CONNECTIONPROPERTY('net_transport') AS net_transport,         CONNECTIONPROPERTY('protocol_type') AS protocol_type,         CONNECTIONPROPERTY('auth_scheme') AS auth_scheme,         CONNECTIONPROPERTY('local_net_address') AS local_net_address,         CONNECTIONPROPERTY('local_tcp_port') AS local_tcp_port,         CONNECTIONPROPERTY('client_net_address') AS client_net_address  //Peter

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  • GNU Smalltalk package

    - by Peter
    I've installed the GNU Smalltalk package and can get to the SmallTalk command line with the command 'gst'. However, I can't start the visual gst browser using the command: $ gst-browser When I try, this is what I get: [email protected]:~$ gst-browser Object: CFunctionDescriptor new: 1 "<0x40488720>" error: Invalid C call-out gdk_colormap_get_type SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError(Smalltalk.Exception)>>signal (ExcHandling.st:254) SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError class(Smalltalk.Exception class)>>signal: (ExcHandling.st:161) Smalltalk.CFunctionDescriptor(Smalltalk.CCallable)>>callInto: (CCallable.st:165) GdkColormap class>>getType (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/Funcs.st:1) optimized [] in GLib class>>registerAllTypes (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkDecl.st:78) Smalltalk.OrderedCollection>>do: (OrderColl.st:68) GLib class>>registerAllTypes (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkDecl.st:78) Smalltalk.UndefinedObject>>executeStatements (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkImpl.st:1078) Object: CFunctionDescriptor new: 1 "<0x404a7c28>" error: Invalid C call-out gtk_window_new SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError(Exception)>>signal (ExcHandling.st:254) SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError class(Exception class)>>signal: (ExcHandling.st:161) CFunctionDescriptor(CCallable)>>callInto: (CCallable.st:165) GTK.GtkWindow class>>new: (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/Funcs.st:1) VisualGST.GtkDebugger(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow)>>initialize (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:131) VisualGST.GtkDebugger class(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow class)>>openSized: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:19) [] in VisualGST.GtkDebugger class>>open: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/Debugger/GtkDebugger.st:16) [] in BlockClosure>>forkDebugger (DebugTools.star#VFS.ZipFile/DebugTools.st:380) [] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:392) BlockClosure>>on:do: (BlkClosure.st:193) [] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:393) BlockClosure>>ensure: (BlkClosure.st:269) [] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:370) [] in BlockClosure>>asContext: (BlkClosure.st:179) BlockContext class>>fromClosure:parent: (BlkContext.st:68) Everything hangs at this point until I hit ^C, after which, I get: Object: CFunctionDescriptor new: 1 "<0x404a7c28>" error: Invalid C call-out gtk_window_new SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError(Exception)>>signal (ExcHandling.st:254) SystemExceptions.CInterfaceError class(Exception class)>>signal: (ExcHandling.st:161) CFunctionDescriptor(CCallable)>>callInto: (CCallable.st:165) GTK.GtkWindow class>>new: (GTK.star#VFS.ZipFile/Funcs.st:1) VisualGST.GtkDebugger(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow)>>initialize (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:131) VisualGST.GtkDebugger class(VisualGST.GtkMainWindow class)>>openSized: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/GtkMainWindow.st:19) [] in VisualGST.GtkDebugger class>>open: (VisualGST.star#VFS.ZipFile/Debugger/GtkDebugger.st:16) [] in BlockClosure>>forkDebugger (DebugTools.star#VFS.ZipFile/DebugTools.st:380) [] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:392) BlockClosure>>on:do: (BlkClosure.st:193) [] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:393) BlockClosure>>ensure: (BlkClosure.st:269) [] in Process>>onBlock:at:suspend: (Process.st:370) [] in BlockClosure>>asContext: (BlkClosure.st:179) BlockContext class>>fromClosure:parent: (BlkContext.st:68) [email protected]:~$ Is there a problem with this package?

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