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  • Anything like SiSoftware Sandra?

    - by david25
    SiSoftware Sandra is a hardware diagnostic tool for windows: http://www.sisoftware.net/ the time update my little note book has come, and i encountered the problem of not knowing what is the model of my processor(the notebook come in two flavours, its asus eee pc 1005ha btw and yes, i did try to google it). and its very critical for me since im upgrading the ram. edit: sorry for the misunderstanding, i need to find out my processor model right now but i want to find similar software for future use that is more than just finding what is my processor.

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  • Sandra reports my CPU as "Engineering Sample", how can I be sure this is correct?

    - by stevenvh
    I ran SiSoftware's Sandra on my new PC, and for my CPU it reports: Generation : G8 / T29 Name : TN0 (Trinity) FX/Opteron 32nm (ES) Revision/Stepping : 0 : 10 / 1 Stepping Mask : TN-A1 Microcode : MU6F10010F The (ES) is a well-known code in product development, meaning "Engineering Sample". Those are beta versions of the CPU, which still may contain some bugs, or even have features switches off. I contacted both the PC's manufacturer Medion as well as AMD about this. I had to downvote the Medion helpdesk here. The person I talked to boldly said Sandra was wrong (without knowing how Sandra got this information; he didn't even know the software), and used the word "impossible". His conclusion was "We’re not taking this in consideration for service”. Right. So, if you like Medion for their good prices, but like good support even better, you may consider buying your PC elsewhere. AMD was more helpful, but wanted to be sure before replacing the part (which I find reasonable). They suggested that I dismount the cooler from the CPU to check what was printed on it to be sure. I'm a bit reluctant here: I would have to wipe the thermal paste from the CPU, and won't know for sure my cooling will still be OK afterwards. Questions Has anybody actually found a confirmed ES CPU in her PC? Is anybody aware of Sandra erroneously reporting CPUs as Engineering Samples? How can you tell an ES, apart from the print on the package? Shouldn't Stepping Mask identify the CPU uniquely?

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  • How to enable raid on Gigabyte G33M-S2L?

    - by Wabbitseason
    I'd like to set up RAID-1 on my Gigabyte G33M-S2L motherboard and for this reason I purchased two 1T hard drives. According to SiSoft Sandra the motherboard does support RAID but it is disabled. I looked everywhere in BIOS even upgraded it to the most recent version but found nothing that would have said "RAID" and the operating system I wish to install sees the two HDDs, not just a RAIDed one. What could be the problem? Does my motherboard support RAID (as the diagnostic tool claims) or do I need to buy a RAID card?

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  • How to differenciate the data when doing a UNION on 2 SELECTS ?

    - by wiooz
    If I have the following two tables : Employes Bob Gina John Customers Sandra Pete Mom I will do a UNION for having : Everyone Bob Gina John Sandra Pete Mom The question is : In my result, how can I creat a dumn column of differenciate the data from my tables ? Everyone Bob (Emp) Gina (Emp) John (Emp Sandra (Cus) Pete (Cus) Mom (Cus) I want to know from with table the entry is from withouth adding a new column in the database... SELECT Employes.name FROM Employes UNION SELECT Customers.name FROM Customers;

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  • What applications can be used in a Red Hat/CentOS cluster?

    - by Sandra
    Hi, When I look at the Red Hat cluster manuals 1 2, they only explain how to install it but not what applications can use it. I am new to clusters, so I don't know these things =) Let's say I want to 3 node high performance cluster; What applications would work with it? Also, how does an application talk to the cluster? Does the application need to have been written to support clusters? Sandra

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  • Does servers to >$1000 really have a memory limit of 4GB?

    - by Sandra
    Hi, I am looking for a server, and when I look at the specs some of the servers can only handle 4GB. Other can handle 8GB or 16GB, and others 64GB. Can that really be true? Is this really a hardware limitation, or are they disabling it in the BIOS, so there is no way to use 16GB on a 4GB supported server? An example is the Dell PowerEdge SC 440. Only 4GB supported, they say. Would Linux allow me to use 16GB on a 4GB server? Sandra

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  • Week 16: Integrate This - Introducing Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g

    - by sandra.haan
    Spring in New York City is a wonderful time of year, but if you're out walking around in Central Park it means you missed the most exciting thing happening in the city today -Oracle's announcement of the launch of Enterprise Manager 11g at the Guggenheim. You can catch-up on what you missed here and listen in as Judson talks about the partner opportunity with Enterprise Manager 11g: Learn how Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g can help you drive agility and efficiency through its unique, integrated IT management capabilities and check out the Enterprise Manager Knowledge Zone to get engaged with OPN. Learn more and get the full scoop from today's press release. Until the next time, The OPN Communications Team

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  • Week 24: Karate Kid Chops, The A-Team Runs, and the OPN Team Delivers

    - by sandra.haan
    The 80's called and they want their movies back. With the summer line-up of movies reminding us to wax on and wax off one can start to wonder if there is anything new to look forward to this summer. The OPN Team is happy to report that - yes - there is. As Hannibal would say "I love it when a plan comes together"! And a plan we have; for the past 2 months we've been working to pull together the FY11 Oracle PartnerNetwork Kickoff. Listen in as Judson tells you more. While we can't offer you Bradley Cooper or Jackie Chan we can promise you an exciting line-up of guests including Safra Catz and Charles Phillips. With no lines to wait in or the annoyingly tall guy sitting in front of you this might just be the best thing you see all summer. Register now & Happy New Year, The OPN Communications Team

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  • Week 15: The Telephone Game

    - by sandra.haan
    Have you ever played a game of telephone? Remember the one where you whispered something like "Once bitten, twice shy" to the person next to you, only to find that after this message has been shared around the circle the last person to repeat it says "Pastrami on Rye"? Messages can get distorted and we want to make sure that your past successes are clearly articulated which is why we have put in place a reference program for our partners. Listen in as Judson tells you how to engage with OPN in the Partner Reference program. Take advantage of the opportunity to promote your success to prospects through Oracle. Find out more and submit your nomination for a reference today. Until next time, The OPN Communications Team

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  • Week 21: FY10 in the Rear View Mirror

    - by sandra.haan
    FY10 is coming to a close and before we dive into FY11 we thought we would take a walk down memory lane and reminisce on some of our favorite Oracle PartnerNetwork activities. June 2009 brought One Red Network to partners offering access to the same virtual kickoff environment used by Oracle employees. It was a new way to deliver valuable content to key stakeholders (and without the 100+ degree temperatures). Speaking of hot, Oracle also announced in June new licensing options for our ISV partners. This model enables an even broader community of ISVs to build, deploy and manage SaaS applications on the same platform. While some people took the summer off, the OPN Program team was working away to deliver a brand new partner program - Oracle PartnerNetwork Specialized - at Oracle OpenWorld in October. Specialized. Recognized. Preferred. If you haven't gotten the message yet, we may need an emergency crew to pull you out from that rock you've been hiding under. But seriously, the announcement at the OPN Forum drew a big crowd and our FY11 event is shaping up to be just as exciting. OPN Specialized was announced in October and opened our doors for enrollment in December 2009. To mark our grand opening we held our first ever social webcast allowing partners from around the world to interact with us live throughout the day. We had a lot of great conversations and really enjoyed the chance to speak with so many of you. After a short holiday break we were back at it - just a small announcement - Oracle's acquisition of Sun. In case you missed it, here is a short field report from Ted Bereswill, SVP North America Alliances & Channels on the partner events to support the announcement: And while we're announcing things - did we mention that both Ted Bereswill and Judson Althoff were named Channel Chiefs by CRN? Not only do we have a couple of Channel Chiefs, but Oracle also won the Partner Program 5 Star Programs Award and took top honors at the CRN Channel Champion Awards for Financial Factors/Financial Performance in the category of Data and Information Management and the and Xchange Solution Provider event in March 2010. We actually caught up with Judson at this event for a quick recap of our participation: But awards aside, let's not forget our main focus in FY10 and that is Specialization. In April we announced that we had over 35 Specializations available for partners and a plan to deliver even more in FY11. We are just days away from the end of FY10 but hope you enjoyed our walk down memory lane. We are already planning lots of activity for our partners in FY11 starting with our Partner Kickoff event on June 29th. Join us to hear the vision and strategy for FY11 and interact with regional A&C leaders. We look forward to talking with you then. The OPN Communications Team

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  • Week 11: Spring Break Destination: Specialization

    - by sandra.haan
    Oh how we miss Spring Break - a whole week off from school to play in the sun and get re-charged. You are probably sitting at your computer right now wishing your feet were in the sand on a warm beach somewhere instead of at your desk. Sadly, we can't transport you to a tropical paradise, but we can offer a quick Spring Break with OPN Specialized (shoes optional). Ingredients: 1 dose of Sun FAQ 1 pinch of OPN Specialized awareness 6 OPN Specialized Webcasts 1.5 months of promotional pricing Slather yourself in Sun knowledge by reviewing the FAQ. Once armed with the direction for Sun partners, relax and dive into a good read on OPN Specialized - ahh yes, that's right - the new OPN program offering you the ability to differentiate yourself. You must be exhausted from all of that work - you are on break after all. Once rested, map out an excursion and plan to attend 1 of 6 upcoming OPN Specialized sessions. These will walk you through the steps you need to take to become Specialized. Once completed, reflect on your journey and join OPN Specialized while the promotional pricing is still available. Just like any other trip, you want to know what others are saying about the destination - listen in as Judson talks about the OPN Specialized Webcast series: Feel free to add your own ingredients to this recipe and don't forget to reach out to the Oracle Partner Business Center with any of your questions on OPN Specialized. Happy Spring Break, The OPN Communications Team

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  • Synaptics error "no touchpad found" at startup on HP laptop

    - by Sandra
    I know there are a lot of topics on the synaptics touchpad not working, but I can't seem to find the answer to my problem anywhere. Please forgive me if I missed it. Here is what happened. After using the "ambient light" F11 key on my HP laptop (Compaq nc8430), the touchpad was disabled and I couldn't get it to work. Then I found this thread : "Synaptic touchpad on laptop not working". And Salem's answer totally solved my problem, both for the session fix and for the permanent fix. But since then, after each reboot I get the same error pop-up, with the following content: No touchpad found. No touchpad was found in this system. If the system has a touchpad, please make sure that the synaptics driver is properly installed and configured. If your touchpad is not found, though the driver is installed and configured correctly, please compile detailed information about your touchpad hardware and report this issue to the issue tracker. Needless to say, the driver is indeed installed, activated and configured (even though it's kind of useless now, since I guess the .conf file I created is doing all the work). I know it's a minor issue, because the touchpad does work properly, but it's getting really annoying... So, could anyone please help me fix this error pop-up problem ? Thank you !

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  • Rock Stars and now OPN All-Stars? Bring it.

    - by sandra.haan
    We are talking everything OPN All-Star - from home-court advantage to taking too many shots across a wide variety of industries, skill sets, focus areas, broad solution sets, applications and technologies. As a Platinum Partner, Intelenex levels of quality specialization range from ERP/EBS, CRM, AIA to Hyperion. Slam dunk! This is what gives Intelenex a well deserved star studded "baller" celebrity status like the LA Lakers very own Kobe Bryant. While Intelenex has been busy multi-specializing and taking names, Tyler Prince, group vp, North America Sales tells us a little bit about the value OPN's overall strategy brings to the table. This exclusive partnership allows OPN Specialized partners to provide customers with a solution that helps them adapt swiftly to new expansion conditions and changes. Namely, partners can pick an area to focus and can leverage that focus and competency to differentiate from the competition. You will be so HOT on the OPN court the Miami Heat will have nothing on you. Watch out, Lebron. Additionally, this specialization in products or set of products is recognized by the entire Oracle sales force, which is vital to all partners, but most importantly your end-customers. You will be so stylishly famous your cheerleader squad will not be able to steal the spotlight from you. Are you really All-Star worthy this season? Jump in and join Tyler's halftime report on OPN's All-Star program in this VAR Guy FastChat video to find out: Now that's what we call some March Madness - Good selling, The OPN Communications Team

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  • Week 17: Specialization Flashback

    - by sandra.haan
    Remember when E.T. phoned home and Ferris had a day off? Or when Michael Jackson did the moonwalk and Madonna was the Material Girl? That's what we call an 80's flashback. Remember when we offered you 11 specializations? That's what we call a Specialization flashback considering we now have over 35 Specializations available. A lot has changed since we rolled-out OPN Specialized last year. Listen in as Nick Kritikos talks about the latest specializations available. Now get out of that DeLorean and take a look at the Specialization Guide to determine how your company can get Specialized. Until next time, The OPN Communications Team

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  • Is Java easy decompilation a factor worth considering

    - by Sandra G
    We are considering the programming language for a desktop application with extended GUI use (tables, windows) and heavy database use. We considered Java for use however the fact that it can be decompiled back very easily into source code is holding us back. There are of course many obfuscators available however they are just that: obfuscators. The only obfuscation worth doing we got was stripping function and variables names into meaningless letters and numbers so that at least stealing code and renaming it back into something meaningful is too much work and we are 100% sure it is not reversible back in any automated way. However as it concerns to protecting internals (like password hashes or sensible variables content) we found obfuscators really lacking. Is there any way to make Java applications as hard to decode as .exe counterparts? And is it a factor to consider when deciding whether to develop in Java a desktop application?

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  • Cloud Builder Event Series Continues Around the World

    - by Sandra Cheevers
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} Are you building an enterprise Cloud?  Make sure you attend a Cloud Builder Summit at one of many worldwide locations.  Designed for executives, cloud architects, and IT operations professionals, this event will eventually reach over 100 cities around the globe. This free, live event features demonstrations of how to build an enterprise cloud.  Learn how to fast-track applications to the Cloud with Oracle, and support every aspect of architecting, planning, deploying, monitoring and managing enterprise clouds.    Here's a photo from one of the CloudBuilder events in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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  • Self-Service Testing Cloud Enables Improved Efficiency and Productivity for Development and Quality Assurance Organizations

    - by Sandra Cheevers
    With organizations spending as much as 50 percent of their QA time with non-test related activities like setting up hardware and deploying applications and test tools, the cloud will bring obvious benefits. Oracle announced today self-service testing capabilities to enable you to deploy private or public testing clouds. These capabilities help software development and QA organizations deliver higher quality applications, while enhancing testing efficiency and reducing duration of testing projects. This kind of cloud based self-service testing provides better efficiency and agility. The Testing-as-a-Service solution offers test lab management, automatic deployment of complex multi-tier applications, rich application performance monitoring, test data management and chargeback, all in a unified workflow. For more details, read the press release Oracle Announces Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Testing-as-a-Service Solution here.

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  • How to dump a MediaWiki for offline use?

    - by Sandra Schlichting
    I would like to be able to make an offline version of a MediaWiki site on a weekly basis. The DumpHTML extension actually does what I want, as it dumps all articles and media files, but I can't see any index of all the articles it have dumped, so I can't navigate in the dump. Reading about the XML dump feature MediaWiki have, I wonder if it would be possible to either use a program to view these files or perhaps convert them to html? Or are there other ways to make an offline version of a MediaWiki site?

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  • How to list pages in a category as bullet points in MediaWiki?

    - by Sandra Schlichting
    I'm using MediaWiki and I would like to list pages with a specific tag in alphabetical order. I.e. If the following 5 pages have the category "Backup" I would get a list similar to Printing Programming Remote Access Remote Sound Smartcard DynamicPageList with <DynamicPageList> category = Backup </DynamicPageList> gives me what I am looking for, but not in alphabetical order based on page title. Does anyone know how to do this?

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  • Cloud Odyssey: A Hero's Quest Wins Two Telly Awards!

    - by Sandra Cheevers
    Cloud Odyssey: A Hero's Quest is a sci-fi movie experience that shows you the key success factors for guiding your own journey to the cloud.   The movie shows the journey to a mysterious cloud planet, as a metaphor to YOUR journey to the cloud. And now, Cloud Odyssey: A Hero's Quest! receives 2 Telly awards in the categories 1) Motivational and 2) Use of Animation. This is truly an honor to be recognized in the company of so many outstanding entries from a wide range of major players, including Disney, Coca-Cola, NBC, Discovery...Kudos to the Cloud Odyssey team!

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  • Same domain only : smtp; 5.1.0 - Unknown address error 530-'SMTP authentication is required

    - by user124672
    I have a very strange problem after moving my netwave.be domain from WebHost4Life to Arvixe. I configured several email adresses, like [email protected] and [email protected] For POP3 I can use mail.netwave.be, a mailserver hosted by Arvixe. However, for SMTP I have to use relay.skynet.be. Skynet (Belgacom) is one of the biggest internet providers in Belgium and blocks smtp requests to external mailservers. So for years I've been using relay.skynet.be to send my messages using [email protected] as the sender. The worked perfectly. After moving my domain to Arvixe, this is no longer the case. I can send emails to people, no problem. I have received emails too, so I suspect that's ok too. But I can't send emails from one user of my domain to another user. For example, if I send a mail from [email protected] to [email protected], relay.skynet.be picks up the mail just fine. A few seconds later, I get a 'Delivery Status Notification (Failure)' mail that contains: Reporting-MTA: dns; mailrelay012.isp.belgacom.be Final-Recipient: rfc822;[email protected] Action: failed Status: 5.0.0 (permanent failure) Remote-MTA: dns; [69.72.141.4] Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 5.1.0 - Unknown address error 530-'SMTP authentication is required.' (delivery attempts: 0) Like I said, this only seems to be the case when both the sender and recipient are adresses of a domain hosted by Arvixe. I have serveral accounts not related to Arvixe at all. I can use relay.skynet.be to send mail to [email protected] using these accounts. Likewise, I can use relay.skynet.be to send mail from [email protected] to these accounts. but not from one Arvixe account to another. I hope I have clearly outlined the problem and someone will be able to help me.

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