The very first time I heard the term `GNU/Linux' was when I worked at a local computer shop in my hometown.
vzctl is fauting to create container with the following error
Creating container private area (....)
tar: ./boot: Cannot mkdir: Disk quota exceeded
vps-create ERROR: Error in tar -z -xf /vz/template/cache/....tar.gz
Creation of container private area failed
A while ago a friend of mine texted me asking the continuation of the following sequence:
1, 9, 16, 23, ...
I scribbled the following on my scratch paper:
1 9 16 23 ... 8 7 7 ...
So, I thought the continuation would be 29, 35, 40, 45, and so on since:
1 9 16 23 29 35 40 45 41 37... 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4...
This is just for test!!!
He said "need at least 10 words"!!
It's been many months since I've posted an update to the front page of KernelTrap. Ironically, the last posting, dated September 30th 2008, includes in its title, "this one should be the last one". That was not planned irony, though it did lead to a few comments and emails from readers wondering what my plans where and why I was suddenly giving up on KernelTrap. In reality, life has simply been busy for me lately, and I've felt the need to take a brief break from keeping up with the lkml and other kernel mailing lists. I've been focused on scaling my small consulting company, Tag1 Consulting, and I recently purchased a 37' sailboat on which I'm taking a trip for a few months starting at the end of February. Long time readers of KernelTrap will remember similar lapses in updates in the past.
The Spanning Tree Protocol is an OSI layer-2 protocol that ensures a loop-free topology for any bridged LAN. Spanning tree allows a network design to include spare (redundant) links to provide automatic backup paths if an active link fails, without the danger of bridge loops, or the need for manual enabling/disabling of these backup links.
I have a PHP script that uses `fsockopen(localhost, ...)' to open a socket connection to another server residing in the same machine. It works beautifully in GNU+Linux hosts but not in Windows Vista.
If you know a person by the name of Stephen Darori, kindly explain to him how search engines and search engine caches work. Many months ago he first emailed me asking that some messages archived in the KernelTrap mailing list archives be removed for whatever reason. As KernelTrap is and always has been just a hobby, I didn't jump right on the request but in a reasonable amount of time I responded and removed the emails as requested. Absurdly enough, said Stephen Darori (a self proclaimed "Senior VP Investments and Head of a billion dollar high technology division") evidently does not understand the difference between an actual website and a google cache, and ignores my attempts at explaining.
Cisco Systems is developing a cable modem that will use Broadcom’s recently announced DOCSIS 3.0 silicon to bond together eight downstream channels – letting cable providers, theoretically, pump Internet content down to subscribers at more than 300 Mbps.
Surfing the web, I have found a nice talk on Cisco IOS Forensics and Exploits, explained during the 25C3: “Cisco IOS Attack & Defense - The State of the Art“.
What is 25C3?
I have been all over Apple's support site and the techies from several sites with no help. I then posted my error message on Google and wound up on this site. I am not sure I am in the correct spot but will ask the question anyway.
Cisco is inviting application developers who “think outside the box”, to innovate and promote the concept of the network as a platform. This is your opportunity to build exciting Linux based applications on the Cisco Application Extension Platform (AXP), and win a share of the total prize pool valued at US $100,000.
But what is AXP?
Tech Source From Bohol: "I'm going to show you how you can smoothly hack a Windows Administrator password using Linux. You will only need a Live CD, and for this example, we will utilize Ubuntu. Also, I assume that you have the basic knowledge on using the Linux command line."
Finding Foreign Key Constraints in Oracle by JP Vijaykumar
SELECT owner, constraint_name, constraint_type, table_name, r_owner,
WHERE constraint_type = 'R'
AND r_constraint_name IN (