Saturday, July 30, 2005
Wednesday, July 27, 2005
That means i have to add the other applications under "root"
Now www.example.com/application1/index.aspx is already mounted in apache configuration
but www.example.com/application2/index.aspx is not so that was the error
Here is the error trace
[ArgumentException: Path must be rooted.]
System.Web.Util.UrlPath.GetDirectory(String path) +161 System.Web.UI.TemplateControlParser.CompileAndGetParserCacheItem(String virtualPath, String inputFile, HttpContext context) +46 System.Web.UI.TemplateControlParser.GetCompiledInstance(String virtualPath, String inputFile, HttpContext context) +36 System.Web.UI.PageParser.GetCompiledPageInstanceInternal(String virtualPath, String inputFile, HttpContext context) +43 System.Web.UI.PageHandlerFactory.GetHandler(HttpContext context, String requestType, String url, String path) +44 System.Web.HttpApplication.MapHttpHandler(HttpContext context, String requestType, String path, String pathTranslated, Boolean useAppConfig) +691 System.Web.MapHandlerExecutionStep.System.Web.HttpApplication+IExecutionStep.Execute() +95
System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionStep step, Boolean& completedSynchronously) +173
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
It will be based on open risc core (64bit version)
First step will be building full 64 bit simulator for or1k (OpenRISC 1000)
Yah i compiled the 32bit simulator, now i need to get gcc/gnu tools for or1k
Want to run some tests
then working on hardware part (cpu patches)
They cloned MIPS instruction set and worked well untill MIPS Inc. sued them
"I worked for Lexra, a scrappy CPU company, now out of business. The Lexra story is an interesting one, filled with lessons about the business of selling microprocessors and semiconductor intellectual property. I have recently searched the web and found many incorrect statements about Lexra. With this document, I hope to set the record straight."
I saw on linuxdevices that blxcpu firm works with AMD on some MIPS boards
In-Stat studied the Godson architecture and the Godson-2 processor and concluded that China is capable of designing world-class microprocessors !
The Godson architecture closely resembles the MIPS architecture from MIPS Technologies Inc. and is about 95 percent MIPS-compatible. In particular the Godson-2 processor is similar to the MIPS R10000, introduced in 1995
More about it
Friday, July 22, 2005
Maybe is the google extension ...don't know yet ...
I tried to delete them from extension dir , Yah not so simple.
Until is solved i will use epiphany
That is Faast!
Update : is an known bug , so i downgrated to previous version
sudo apt-get install mozilla-firefox=1.0.2-0ubuntu5 mozilla-firefox-gnome-support=1.0.2-0ubuntu5
Thursday, July 21, 2005
Wondering why you get "APIC error on CPU0" ?
Wonder no more here is the answer
>What does this kernel message mean?
>Apr 5 23:16:20 lfs kernel: APIC error on CPU0: 60(60)
>Apr 5 23:16:31 lfs kernel: APIC error on CPU0: 60(60)
>kernel is 2.6.5 with reiser4 patch.
Send Illegal Vector and Receive Illegal Vector at the same time.
This is more interesting than the usual 40(40) errors
(just Receive Illegal Vector), since 60 implies that the
CPU itself is the source of the bogus vector, whereas 40
usually implies a crap mainboard.
My guess is that either your hardware (whatever it is,
you didn't leave any clues) has problems with a noisy
APIC bus, broken chipset, or something like that, or
you enabled ACPI and the ACPI tables are crap.
Solution on this post
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
Monday, July 18, 2005
download phpmailer from this address
tar -zxvf phpmailer-1.73.tar.gz
copy and paste code from the previous Part I
and name it nmsformmail.php
Now you have to write the front-end (html page)
First create an file bad_referer.php with only these lines
echo "Bad referer";
cp -r phpmailer/language .
cp phpmailer/class.* .
Thursday, July 14, 2005
mod_gb is a Apache module which aims to provide an ASP/VBScript compatibility layer for your web-pages. In other words it allows you to run with none or little modifications your ASP pages on your Linux server running Apache.
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
David: I want to know why I should pay $59 more to get the Centrino version of the same notebook.
David: It has the same processor.
David: And the same chipset.
David: only the radio is different.
Story is in David's blog
it's an black box (proprietary design) only for compiler "elite",
One day or another you have too see the assembly source code,
Real man do know assembly language ,even if they don't program
in it .
"IA64 assembly was never meant to be written by a human. It is a processor design driven by compiler research."
If you don't believe me , read intella's itanic manuals
1) Heat (and the related, power consumption). Not a joke, not a rumor. The Itanium makes the Prescott core look cool and energy-efficient by comparison.
2) Not designed to run the software in use by 99.5% of the PC market. Great for a custom supercomputer, okay for some servers, complete shit for normal desktop use.
3) Price. They hope to make it competitive by 2007? How long has it existed now, at 3-10x the price of the highest end x86 CPU? And someone actually needs to ask why it hasn't hit mainstream use yet?
This was post-ed on slahshdot
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
well i knew something is wrong with this chipset (video and ide controller)
When playing movies , the stream is not real time and smooth as it should
and here is why :
"76x - if used with shared memory only - is not really usable in dual head configurations; even in single-head operation, some features are limited. This especially affects video overlay support (Xv): Although the SiS76x supports two video overlays, these are in most cases not usable: Heavy flicker in the video and the graphics may occure as a result of exceeding the available memory bandwidth."
Update: I added 512M of ram and now system is way faster, I will try some benchmarks soon
Friday, July 08, 2005
I got this error when compiling gbak
make: Entering directory `/home/mariuz/firebird20/firebird2/gen'
g++ -Wl,-rpath,/home/mariuz/bin/firebird/lib -Wl,-rpath,/home/mariuz/bin/firebird/intl ../temp/boot/burp/backup.o ../temp/boot/burp/restore.o ../temp/boot/burp/burp.o ../temp/boot/burp/canonical.o ../temp/boot/burp/misc.o ../temp/boot/burp/mvol.o -o ../gen/firebird/bin/gbak_static -L../gen/firebird/lib -lfbstatic -lfbcommon -lstdc++ -lm -lc -ldl -leditline
../temp/boot/burp/burp.o(.text+0x2724): In function `common_main':
../src/burp/burp.cpp:1130: undefined reference to `RESTORE_restore(char const*, char const*)' 1728,1 27%
../temp/boot/burp/burp.o(.text+0x273c):../src/burp/burp.cpp:1134: undefined reference to `BACKUP_backup(char const*, char const*)'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
Thursday, July 07, 2005
The European Parliament overwhelmingly rejected a proposed law Wednesday
to create a single way of patenting software across the European Union,
calling instead for comprehensive rules for granting patents to inventions
in all fields.
Wednesday, July 06, 2005
If you want to play/develop with it on one of ibm's servers
On my to do list :i will try firebird on it: 2.0 or vulcan)
"The OpenPower Project is a group of like-minded people who come from many fields and disciplines. All share a goal: Advancing the Linux® cause. "
"The OpenPower Project intends to give Linux developers an opportunity to try out the latest POWER5 processor-based OpenPower™ servers,"
Tuesday, July 05, 2005
How you can help
If you cannot attend the demonstation in Strasbourg in person please phone or fax your member of the European Parliament (MEP). Or better yet discuss the situation with others you work with and send a company FAX to show them how this new legislation will hurt your business if the Buzek-Rocard-Duff amendments are not adopted by parlement on Wednesday. If you don't inform your parliament, mega-corporations are doing the job for you: "The European Parliament is filled with lobbyists of Microsoft, Eicta, CompTIA and so on. There are 30 to 40 lobbyists permanently roaming the halls."
Monday, July 04, 2005
I have this message from the log
upibm3 Mon Jul 4 10:54:12 2005
internal gds software consistency check (Internal error code (179), file: sqz.cpp line: 232)
and when i looked for that line
msg 179 decompression overran buffer
The Pentium CPU shares caches between HyperThreads. This permits a local
process to gain a side-channel against cryptographic processes running
on the other HyperThread. Testing for cached data can be accomplished by
timing reads. Under some circumstances, this permits the spying process
to extract bits of the key. This has been demonstrated against OpenSSL.
The full explanation of the issue can be found here:
This issue affects only a subset of i386 systems.
Your system is not affected if you are running a CPU without HyperThreading.
Your system is not affected if you are running a non-SMP kernel.
Your system is not affected if you have disabled HyperThreading in your
BIOS, and confirmed that the virtual CPUs are not detected by the kernel
Your system is affected, but probably not at risk, if you do not permit
shell access by untrusted users.
Solutions and Workarounds
This issue is fundamental to the design and implementation of
HyperThreading in Intel processors. Avoiding the problem is possible,
and two workarounds are available now. Others which may appear later are
Option 1. Disable HyperThreading in the BIOS.
Disabling HyperThreading is a complete workaround for the issue.
Option 2. Run a non-SMP kernel.
On single physical CPU systems, running a non-SMP kernel
effectively disables HyperThreading. On a multi-CPU system, this
option is not the best solution, since it will disable
additional physical CPUs as well.
optimizing firebird on power arhitecture , let's see if i can finish the port in time ;)
"Thank you for registering for the Linux on POWER Open Source Developer Contest. Please remember that your online entry must be received no later than 11:59 PM July 15, 2005 in your timezone."
Friday, July 01, 2005
that is quote of the day
"There is really nothing wrong with itanium... except for performance on real world applications."
On my machine i use real world applications and NOT
some tweaked benchmarks.