Windows error 0x00000000, 0

Detailed Error Information

SEC_E_OK[1]

Declared inwinerror.h

SUCCESS[1]

MessageThe operation completed successfully.
Declared inwinerror.h

This appears to be a raw Win32 error. More information may be available in error 0x80070000.

HRESULT analysis[2]

This is probably not the correct interpretation of this error. The Win32 error above is more likely to indicate the actual problem.
FlagsSeveritySuccess

This code indicates success, rather than an error. This may not be the correct interpretation of this code, or possibly the program is handling errors incorrectly.

Reserved (R)false
OriginMicrosoft
NTSTATUSfalse
Reserved (X)false
FacilityCode0 (0x000)
NameFACILITY_NULL[2][1]
DescriptionThe default facility code.[2][1]
Error Code0 (0x0000)

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mount
cifs
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2answers

Clone Windows 10 to new disk

I have problem with Windows 10. I've installed Windows 10 on Qemu virtual machine and I need to clone this image to physical disk. I use ntfstool for do that. Unfortunatelly my Windows doesn't boot because UNIQUEID for disk is different. I can change disk uniqueid to correct and boot [...] read more
windows
qemu
clone
2votes
1answer

wget hangs/freezes when downloading file into NFS

I'm running some experiments with Amazon EFS (General purpose) and EC2 and I have the issue that EFS seems to act unstable. Commands that involve the mounted file system would hang or freeze. For example, wget (file of 8gb) downloads a file at 10MB/s for a couple of seconds (perhaps [...] read more
ubuntu
amazon-ec2
nfs
wget
amazon-efs
2votes
1answer

how can I avoid the "can't read superblock" error when mounting a FAT32 FS?

After associating a disk image with the dev/loop0 device I can't mount the file system in /dev/loop0p1 root@reading2 Documents]# fdisk -l /dev/loop0 Disk /dev/loop0: 31.9 GB, 31914983424 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 3880 cylinders, total 62333952 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): [...] read more
linux
2votes
1answer

iPXE to iSCSI target - missing parameter and naming confusion

I have a pyTarget iSCSI target. I'm able to use iPXE to connect to the target and install Ubuntu. After installation, I can't boot into the image, however. pyTarget config.xml: <root> <!-- configure target console --> <console ip="" port="3260" debug_level="6" /> <!-- configure the first target --> <target name="iscsi" ip="192.168.1.10" [...] read more
iscsi
pxe-boot
2votes
0answers

Server 2012 R2 DC resolves DNS for domain PC's but not for itself

Having a problem with a Server 2012 R2 standalone DC. It is able to resolve DNS for the domain PC’s, but it can’t resolve DNS for the server itself. BPA reports 2 errors: AD DS: The domain controller FBSERVER.. must be able to reach a DNS server and retrieve DNS [...] read more
domain-name-system
active-directory
windows-server-2012-r2
2votes
1answer

Powershell: set Registrykey owner to SYSTEM user

I have to add an exclusions path to Windows Defender registry key. I am aware that there are Cmdlets provided from Windows Defender to use them directly for these kinds of purposes. But unfortunately, in Windows 7 and Powershell v2, they are not available. So I am trying to build [...] read more
powershell
access-control-list
windows-registry
2votes
0answers

OCFS2 filesystem not mounting

I have an OCFS2 cluster running on top of a dual-primary DRBD setup on Ubuntu 16.04. Yesterday, I pushed this cluster into production and it seemed to run well for a while. But today, the cluster seems to have died. I am no longer able to mount the ocfs2 filesystem [...] read more
mount
ubuntu-16.04
drbd
ocfs2
2votes
1answer

Linux software RAID becomes unresponsive after removing a disk from server

I am running a CentOS 7 machine (standard kernel: 3.10.0-327.36.3.el7.x86_64) with a software RAID-10 over 16x 1 TB SSDs (to be more precise, there are two RAID arrays on the disks; one of the arrays is providing the host's swap partition). Last week, a SSD failed: 13:18:07 kvm7 kernel: sd [...] read more
software-raid
ssd
io
drive-failure
2votes
2answers

KVM based VPS crashes every 3-7 days. Is it an issue on VPS side or node's?

I'm wondering could it be so that a VPS is a root cause of crashes which occurs every 3-7 days at night 03:00 - 04:00 time (kernel bug, or something else), or is it a node on which the virtual server is hosted (an issue with backend). Details: KVM based [...] read more
kvm-virtualization
centos7
server-crashes
2votes
1answer

Mount command hanging after attaching EBS volumes on AWS

I'm creating four volumes from four EBS snapshots on AWS. The four volumes make up one BTRFS multi-device drive. The drives have no partition tables, i.e I've ran mkfs.btrfs /dev/xvdf /dev/xvdg etc. When I create the volumes I attach them with the AWS CLI tool then run btrfs device scan [...] read more
amazon-ec2
amazon-web-services
amazon-ebs
btrfs
2votes
0answers

IPSec tranport - ESP ping packet is sent but no reply is sent

I've tried to establish connection between two hosts but I cannot get it to work. When I send a ping packet I see that ESP packet is received but no reply is sent. What can be wrong? conn core-02 type=transport leftid=@core-01 left=172.17.8.101 leftrsasigkey=<...> rightid=@core-02 right=172.17.8.102 rightrsasigkey=<...> authby=rsasig auto=start And logs: [...] read more
linux
networking
ipsec
2votes
1answer

Mount updates /proc/mount but not /etc/mtab, making partition not show up in df, mount listing

I'm on RHEL 6. I created some partitions using parted, formatted them using mke2fs, and mounted them using mount. I also added them to /etc/fstab. However, they do not show up in the mount or df listings. $ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/vda1 20G 1.9G [...] read more
mount
df
2votes
3answers

What does the gdb 'x' command do?

In my quest to learn more about the computer in general, I stumbled upon a book which has some chapters about disassembling, the x86 assembly language, and the relationship between C and x86 assembly. Now I have been reading this GDB command but I am unable to fully understand it. [...] read more
memory
assembly
gdb
cpu-registers
2votes
0answers

How to use CloudHSM to implement mutual TLS ( client side ) in Ruby

I'm asking this question after reading all of CloudHSM topics on StackOverflow, Cryptography, Information Security and CloudHSM forum but couldn't find anything helpful. Any idea or code snippet is helpful. We have a Ruby application that is requesting to a web server via X.509 certificates and we should generate/host private [...] read more
ruby-on-rails
ruby
ssl
openssl
hsm
2votes
0answers

FreeRTOS: Why does my task not start after calling vTaskStartScheduler?

I am writing an application for the RPU on a Xilinx UltraScale+ ZCU102 device that needs to run a few tasks in FreeRTOS. My application starts by creating an 'start-up' task that will then create the rest of the tasks. After successfully creating my start-up task and calling vTaskStartScheduler() though, [...] read more
c
embedded
freertos
2votes
2answers

SSIS OLEDB.12.0 issue on SQL server2016/visual studio 2015

I face a problem about SSIS to import an Excel file. * It works when I use a Visual studio 2015 to develop and run SSIS with AccessDatabaseEngine(32-bit). * It also works when I use Task-->import on SQL Server 2016 and select excel 2007-2010(xlsx) with AccessDatabaseEngine(32-bit). But I doesn't work [...] read more
sql-server
visual-studio-2015
ssis
sql-server-2016
ssis-2016
2votes
1answer

BIOS Always Fails to Perform Disk Operations

I am currently writing a bootloader designed to load a program longer than the bootsector will allow. However, every time I run the program (I test it in both Virtualbox and QEMU), the disk read fails, and the disk reset also fails. The bootloader is designed to load the sector [...] read more
assembly
nasm
x86-16
bootloader
bios
2votes
1answer

Create new image with transparent colour in jimp (js library) in Nodejs

I am using jimp to manipulate the image. Everything is working fine but when I am creating a new image with new Jimp(256, 256, (err, image) => { // this image is 256 x 256, every pixel is set to 0x00000000 }); > every pixel is set to 0x00000000 I [...] read more
javascript
node.js
image
image-manipulation
2votes
2answers

Hard drive not detected after installing the Operating System

After I failed to install SUSE Linux 10.0, I want to go back to the windows operating system again. but when I want to install windows, my hard drive is not detected, whereas in the BIOS in the detection / known. I was dizzy, his mistake about it. Where is. [...] read more
hard-drive
bios
hardware-failure
computer-building
2votes
1answer

Mounting a raid1 device - no suitable drives found

I'm having some problems with my disks; long story.. but right now I'm trying to mount a device that was part of a 2-disk raid1. For that, I tried to assemble it into a new array, but... % mdadm -Av /dev/md2 /dev/sdc1 mdadm: looking for devices for /dev/md2 mdadm: /dev/sdc1 [...] read more
linux
raid
mdadm
2votes
1answer

Why is resize2fs misreading the number of blocks in my partition?

I'm trying to shrink a partition to match the size of another partition on another drive. I heard that I first have to shrink the filesystem to match. I am trying to do this with resize2fs, but if I use the values in cat /proc/partitions major minor #blocks name 202 [...] read more
linux
partitioning
filesystems
2votes
1answer

"NTFS signature is missing." How to mount this HDD? (or is it password protected?)

I'm trying to mount a hard disk (SATA-3), but I rest stuck at the error: NTFS signature is missing Is it possible that a hard disk is protected by a password or has another kind of protection? How should I check if this is the case? And if it is [...] read more
linux
mount
ntfs
2votes
0answers

Custom Java app, does not show startup splash screen on some devices?

I have a Java app, called Infra12. It is not for sale so wont be in common use. It is designed to interrogate industrial equipment, but the supplier of the software has gone into administration, and they only supplied it to customers who bought industrial equipment from them - one [...] read more
windows-10
java
dll
c
2votes
1answer

How can I repair my USB drive?

USB drive is in read only state and I can't repair it. First of all I tried erase it using dd: root@yurko-laptop:/home/yurko-laptop# ls -l /dev/disk/by-id | grep usb lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 9 Дек 18 23:45 usb-Generic_Flash_Disk_C173828A-0:0 -> ../../sdb lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 10 Дек 18 23:45 usb-Generic_Flash_Disk_C173828A-0:0-part1 -> ../../sdb1 [...] read more
linux
usb
usb-storage
2votes
1answer

How to read "fsutil usn readjournal C:" output

There is a utility that can be run on the Microsoft Windows command line called fsutil. One of the commands that it accepts is fsutil usn readjournal <volume pathname> along with several other arguments. Is there documentation on how to read the data produced by the program? My specific interests [...] read more
windows
documentation
journaling
fsutil
2votes
0answers

How to mount this dd disk image?

I have a ubuntu server where we had a raid1 array of 2 physical hard-drives. Recently the raid array has ceased to mount, I was doing the backup of the data on it with rsync and it begun to give me input/ouput errors half-way through the backup, upon restarting the [...] read more
linux
hard-drive
backup
raid
mount
2votes
1answer

gddrescue --fill-mode=+ with a map file of 0x00000000 0x608336000 + has left the partition table intact?

I first ran this command: ddrescue --force /dev/sda /dev/null HGST_RMA.map I just wanted a map file for blanking (therefore /dev/null). And this is what my .map file looks like before I interrupted the run towards the end (Ctrl+C'd it): ddrescueview [https://i.stack.imgur.com/X1Slnm.png] Then I decided to blank the disk (/dev/zero): $ [...] read more
linux
hard-drive
partitioning
hard-drive-recovery
ddrescue
2votes
1answer

Windows Rundll32 (child process of DllHost) is crashing. How can I even identify it?

Windows 10 Home / "x64-based PC" / Dell XPS 13 9360 In Reliability Monitor, I have many "app failures" every day. They go back all the way to 2017-12-04 without variation (the details below are identical), when I believe this machine was first used. The problem is marked as having [...] read more
windows-10
crash
2votes
1answer

LaCie NAS failed - Recover Raid 5 From bad device

here is my problem: I have a 5disk (Seagate 2To) RAID5 working with a NAS LaCie 5big. Each disk is still working but the NAS device has failed and it refuses to boot with HDD inside (LaCie helpdesk don't want to help me). And I badly need to recover my [...] read more
raid
data-recovery
nas
raid-5
1vote
1answer

Routing between OpenSWAN / IPSEC tunnels

I am trying to connect multiple Amazon VPCs (across regions) together using OpenSWAN and Amazon VGW's. The router instance can ping to hosts in both VPCs, and traffic is attempting to cross the router, but is getting dropped. EDIT: I see the counter XfrmInNoPols incrementing when the pings are not [...] read more
amazon-web-services
vpn
linux-networking
ipsec
openswan
1vote
2answers

add space to virtual disk on vmware

I have a VMWare Server 3.5 system with 2 VMs. On one powered on vm I changed the disk size from 1TB to 1,5TB. But the vm didn't see any new unallocated space so that I reboot twice the server. But nothing was happened... the OS on guest is CENTOS [...] read more
centos
virtualization
lvm
vmware-server
hotswap
1vote
0answers

Hyper-V Core Server 2019 ignoring power plan thresholds

I am attempting to tweak Hyper-V Core Server 2019 (host) power thresholds, however my attempts have failed so far. Scenario The newly created Hyper-V 2019 Server (part of Workgroup, not yet a Domain) has been attached to an external UPS. Battery status is provided through a USB cable. The UPS [...] read more
hyper-v
ups
1vote
1answer

Updating a single file in a CPIO archive

I have a CPIO archive with the Linux image on it. With binwalk I can see that there are the following chunks: DECIMAL HEXADECIMAL DESCRIPTION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 0 0x0 ASCII cpio archive (SVR4 with no CRC), file name: "kernel", file name length: "0x00000007", file size: "0x00000000" 120 0x78 ASCII cpio archive [...] read more
disk-image
cpio
1vote
1answer

Random machine hangs with NFSv4 on CentOS/RHEL 6.5

We have an in-house "compute farm" with about 100 CentOS (free re-distribution of RHEL) 5.7 and 6.5 x86_64 servers. (We are in the process of upgrading all the 5.7 boxes to 6.5.) All these machines do two NFSv4 mounts (with sec=krb5p) to two CentOS 6.5 servers. One NFS server is [...] read more
centos
nfs
linux-kernel
server-crashes
nfs4
1vote
1answer

Troubleshooting NIC Logs by NETDEV WATCHDOG

I have a CentOS 6.6 server (Linux 2.6.32-504) running on a brand new Dell PowerEdge R320. Just the other day, I began noticing problems in /var/log/messages related to one of my NICs. Note: this is a server cluster that requires eth0 to be used in a crossover network to a [...] read more
linux
centos6
dell-poweredge
nic
broadcom
1vote
1answer

Unable to create seemingly simple stunnel configuration

I have a computer at work that is behind a firewall with an internal ip address of 192.168.12.13... the firewall maps ports 40000 - 40019 to matching ports on this local machine. (e.g. 40000 - 40000, 40001 - 40001, etc...) And, let's define the external ip as 12.34.56.78. I want [...] read more
windows
tcp
connection
stunnel
1vote
0answers

Hung kernel tasks after unclean shutdown of ceph cluster

I am running ceph (created by the rook-ceph operator v0.9.3) on kubernetes v1.13. After an unclean shutdown of our cluster, some processes randomly go into uninterruptible sleep. After some time, the kubernetes cluster fails to schedule new Pods. Looking through dmesg, I found this: [ 3021.890423] INFO: task tp_fstore_op:22689 blocked [...] read more
kubernetes
xfs
ceph
1vote
2answers

.NET Core console app fails from task scheduler with 0xC0000005

I have written a simple .NET Core console app (which writes some log files, hits a database and sends some emails). Triggering the task by double-clicking on the .exe within Windows works fine. However when attempting to trigger the task through Task Scheduler it immediately fails with the code 0xC0000005. [...] read more
windows
scheduled-task
.net
windows-server-2016
task-scheduler
1vote
1answer

Roaming hardrives on a HPE Proliant DL380 Gen 9 24FF exact copy?

HPE Proliant DL380 Gen 9 24FF is faulting due to a flashin read light. The ILM files below indicate that the network port is faulty (attached to the system port). The trouble shooting guides recommend switching the system board. If we have a second Proliant with the exact same stats [...] read more
hp-proliant
diskmanagement
hpe
roaming
1vote
0answers

Samba4 AD Time Sync

I know this question is asked a lot, and I've googled for days, but none of the solutions I have found so far work. My problem is this: Windows 10 workstations are not syncing their time with my Samba4 domain controller. I have verified that ntpd is running. I have [...] read more
time
samba4
1vote
1answer

bond failing to start the backup network card on failure of main one

Our production server has 4 network cards, linked 2 by 2 on 2 bonds. External network: bond0 : eth0 up & running, eth1 active-backup Internal network: bond1 : eth2 up & running, eth3 active-backup We got at the same time failure of eth0 and eth2 : Mar 3 10:38:16 localhost [...] read more
networking
linux-networking
ethernet
bonding
1vote
1answer

SCCM 2012 PXE issue

We've had an issue that has persisted for about 10 days now, which has gone unnoticed by myself because we haven't imaged a whole lot of PCs lately. Essentially, we get the "E53 - No boot filename received" error when trying to boot clients. Wireshark shows that the distribution points [...] read more
pxe-boot
sccm
wds
1vote
2answers

Ubuntu: updated mainline kernel, now drops to initramfs

I attempted to upgrade our system's mainline kernel and am now dropping into initramfs. < update>: The commands I used were: apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-cache search linux-image //grabbed last entry apt-get install linux-image-4.4.0-67-generic < /update> I have researched the topic and found that I should be able to access [...] read more
ubuntu
boot
kernel
grub
initramfs
1vote
2answers

Http 500 internal server error on MVC3 deployment

I'm trying to deploy an MVC3 application to IIS 7.5 On every route I'm getting an http 500 - internal server error : Error Summary HTTP Error 500.0 - Internal Server Error The page cannot be displayed because an internal server error has occurred. Detailed Error Information Module ManagedPipelineHandler Notification [...] read more
iis
iis-7.5
asp.net-mvc
1vote
1answer

linux redhat + hung + reason for hung

I have linux redhat machine - 6.8 and from the /var/log/message file I see the following lines: from my point is seems that linux is hung because the bad connection to the server - 100.1.93.7 , is it correct ? Oct 30 04:39:40 guard_tap[18038]: Delayed server connection to 100.1.93.7 error: [...] read more
linux
redhat
logging
1vote
1answer

RAWINPUTHEADER hDevice null on WM_INPUT for laptop trackpad

I'm using raw input to handle input for generic devices, thus far all of my test cases have worked (keyboards, game pads and mice), but my laptops track pad is giving me a weird problem. When I get a WM_INPUT message from the track pad (movement or button presses) I [...] read more
c++
winapi
raw-input
1vote
4answers

SSIS Error code 0x80040E05

Error Message: "Information: 0x4004300A at Testing1, SSIS.Pipeline: Validation phase is beginning. Warning: 0x80047076 at Testing1, SSIS.Pipeline: The output column "[Measures].[Distinct Count]" (18) on output "OLE DB Source Output" (13) and component "PIPELINE CUBE" (2) is not subsequently used in the Data Flow task. Removing this unused output column can increase [...] read more
visual-studio-2013
ssis
etl
windows-server-2012
sql-server-2014
1vote
0answers

Struct allocation size breaks spi_sync_transfer

I'm playing with the linux spi driver on a raspberry Pi. Using a logic analyzer, I can observe what happens on the bus. My problem is that nothing gets transmitted if I change the memory size allocated for the spi_transfer struct : To summarize, the code below works fine withkmalloc(sizeof(struct [...] read more
c
linux-kernel
linux-device-driver
raspberry-pi3
spi
1vote
1answer

Linking error while cross compiling Qt5 for Beaglebone

Dear stackoverflow community. I'm cross-compiling Qt 5.12 for my Beaglebone Black with EGL support. The host OS is Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS (x64) running in a VM. I have installed any possible dependcies (I could find in different posts) on the target (and some on the host as well) and copied [...] read more
linker
qt5
cross-compiling
beagleboneblack
1vote
2answers

While creating python file on IIS with django Error 500

When I try to create a Python file (.py) in my Django application, I get an error 500. The file is created, and the code isn't the problem. I can create a text file or any other format. It would need to be a Python file because I need it [...] read more
python
django
iis
1vote
1answer

DefaultAppPool suffered a fatal communication error with WWW Publishing service

Recently changes were made on the .net version on the server, post which all IIS applications are failing with the following exception. A process serving the DefaultAppPool suffered a fatal communication error with the WWW publishing service. Data field error no : 8007006d Using Debug Diag tool i have generated [...] read more
asp.net
iis
windows-server-2003
1vote
0answers

Bad notification for startForeground for Android 9

The foreground service notification works for android 8 but does not work on Android 9. Application crashed after I grant all the permissions with an error message android.app.RemoteServiceException: Bad notification for startForeground: java.lang.RuntimeException: invalid channel for service notification: Notification(channel=null pri=0 contentView=null vibrate=null sound=null defaults=0x0 flags=0x42 color=0x00000000 vis=PRIVATE semFlags=0x0 semPriority=0 semMissedCount=0) [...] read more
android
androidx
foreground-service
foregroundnotification
1vote
1answer

A timer seems to run faster when using classes. In a C version, it works as expected

A timer in Arduino seems to run faster when using classes. But in a C version (with the same values), it works as expected. 1. I coded a quick and dirty version for a NEC infrared protocol decoder on Arduino UNO (kind of plain C, no classes). It worked. 2. [...] read more
c++
timer
arduino
1vote
4answers

Sounds do not play when loops set to -1 on Android

I'm using a SoundPool to play sounds for my Android app. All of the sounds are loaded up at the beginning of the app to prevent any lagging during the app itself. All sounds play fine as long as they are not set to looping. When i set looping to [...] read more
android
audio
soundpool
1vote
5answers

Booting a ppc linux kernel in qemu

i am new at this. I am trying to boot a linux kernel image cross compiled for powerpc inside qemu. I followed guides on the web, but i am stuck and i don;t really know what do to next. qemu-system-ppc -kernel vmlinux_2 -hda ss1.1.img -append "console=ttyS0 root=/dev/sda1" -nographic >> ============================================================= [...] read more
linux
kernel
qemu
powerpc
1vote
0answers

ios crash log symbolicate dsym

I was refused six times for ipv6 reasons. The problem was that the app would exit when run. I developed it using firebase sdk. I received the log, but the symbolic is not working properly, so I do not know where it is wrong. I entered the following command in [...] read more
ios
app-store
crash-log
1vote
0answers

WM_TOUCH event not received anymore after screen disconnection

I have a C# application handling touch by hooking to the Windows API message loop and listening to WM_TOUCH event. It work perfectly except when the screen is disconnected or switch off. Windows OS still has touch but the application don't receive touch event anymore. Here the code used. On [...] read more
c#
winapi
touch
setwindowshookex
1vote
0answers

Why can't Intellisense find variables from a header file when including it into a namespace?

First of all thank you for taking the time to read and maybe answer this. I want to include a compressed font, which has been converted from a .ttf file into a .h file. The compressed font is saved (in the .h file) inside an array of the type: static [...] read more
c++
intellisense
1vote
0answers

Process Explorer not displaying the 32-bit stack for 32-bit processes on Win10 x64

If I use Process Explorer to view the call stacks of 32-bit processes on my 64-bit Windows 10 system, Process Explorer only shows the 64-bit (upper) part of the call stack and not the more interesting (lower) 32-bit part. For example, the call stack of the main thread of a [...] read more
windows
debugging
stack
sysinternals
process-explorer
1vote
1answer

Filesystem on Loop Device not Recognized by Linux when Bootloader is Written to it

I am currently writing a bootloader in x86 NASM assembly designed to load a kernel (R.BIN) from a FAT16 filesystem and jump to it. I have been writing the bootloader to a blank image that I have mounted by using sudo losetup loop21 image.img. I would write the image using [...] read more
assembly
x86-16
bootloader
mbr
1vote
1answer

How do I pass the function argument in arduino?

I'm trying to control velocity in a motor via writing register value in microcontroller. unsigned long PrintHex32( uint32_t data) // prints 32-bit data in hex with leading zeroes { uint32_t data2 = data << 8; char tmp[16]; uint16_t LSB = data2 & 0xffff; uint16_t MSB = data2 >> 16; unsigned [...] read more
c++
arduino
bit-manipulation
arduino-c++
1vote
1answer

Bad notification for startForeground in Android app

I am developing a service using Xamarin Android 3.5. Our app targets Android 8.1 (API 27 - Oreo). I want the service to run as a foreground service. However I am getting the following error when I run the service. Bad notification for startForeground: java.lang.RuntimeException: invalid channel for service notification: [...] read more
android
xamarin
xamarin.forms
xamarin.android
1vote
0answers

Can ffmpeg obtain the absolute timestamps of frames captured in a video stream?

I am a bit new to ffmpeg, apart from that I have a question. There are a lot of methods on superuser to obtain the timestamps of a frame in ffmpeg, however is it possible to get the absolute timestamp that is close to real time from a live video [...] read more
video
ffmpeg
streaming
1vote
0answers

Windows 10 crash when application calls null address, how to fix?

I am using Windows 10. It was upgraded from Windows 8. I recently did a PC reset and also did a reinstall of all drivers; however I am still experiencing crashes when running applications, especially games. I tried this with multiple games that crash the PC and always got the [...] read more
windows-10
crash
debug
1vote
4answers

MicroSD Overlapped partitions

I have a SanDisk MicroSD HC card (16GB) and I'm facing some problems using it. It was installed on a Nolia E71 cellphone (wich can handle SD cards up to 8GB - I believe this is a clue to the answer to my question) and now I want to use [...] read more
partitioning
gparted
partition-recovery
micro-sd-card
1vote
2answers

Apps crashing with EXC_BAD_ACCESS when changing to a custom keyboard layout

I have a custom layout installed (svdvorak_mac6.keylayout). After a reboot another keyboard layout was selected, so I selected my usual one instead. This lead to a lot of apps suddenly starting to crash (Chrome, Skype, Adium etc). I can change to any other built in layout for OS X, but [...] read more
macos
crash
keyboard-layout
dvorak
1vote
1answer

ffmpeg - How can I cut starting precisely from a keyframe while codec copying?

> Using -ss as input option together with -c:v copy might not be accurate since ffmpeg is forced to only use/split on i-frames. Though it will—if possible—adjust the start time of the stream to a negative value to compensate for that. Basically, if you specify "second 157" and there is [...] read more
ffmpeg
video-editing
1vote
1answer

Read/Write Permissions for Plex on Ubuntu

The Problem:: I have a fresh install of Plex (latest version). Install was fine aside from the lack of obvious naming and permission requirements. I now have tried adding the Library as type Movies and as type Other media. Same result: There are no items in this library The plex [...] read more
ubuntu
permissions
mount
file-permissions
plex
1vote
0answers

Missing memory in linux ubuntu 16.04 system

I've been struggling with this problem for quite some time and am completely out of ideas. I have 8GB memory installed, but ubuntu sees only 3.2 GB. Hardware: Mother Board Information Intel DG965SS Processor Information Socket Designation: LGA 775 Type: Central Processor Family: Core 2 Manufacturer: Intel(R) Corporation ID: F6 [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
memory
1vote
1answer

Repairing Boot Camp on a secondary hard drive

I managed to install Windows on a partition of a secondary hard drive with Winclone, but I am unable to boot on it. Now when i choose windows as startup device i get the "No bootable device --- insert boot disk and press any key" error. I played a lot [...] read more
boot-camp
gpt
efi
1vote
0answers

IPSEC connection between SIP Client and PCSCF. ESP header does not appear. IPsec does not apply to the header

I wanted to create SIPP script to create scenario to establish IPSEC connection between UE and PCSCF using below; For example:- setkey -c << EOF spdadd $pcscf/32[$port_pc] $ue/32[$port_us] tcp -P in ipsec esp/transport//require ; spdadd $pcscf/32[$port_pc] $ue/32[$port_us] udp -P in ipsec esp/transport//require ; add $pcscf $ue esp $spi_us -m transport [...] read more
networking
vpn
ipsec
1vote
0answers

Raid 5 XFS missing superblock

Yesterday I found (the hard way) that my APC battery had failed; After a power loss at home I had to power up my computer and NAS (raid 5 XFS on Debian). The computer was fine however the I was unable to mount my raid (md127) with the message "mount: [...] read more
linux
hard-drive
mount
raid
nas
1vote
0answers

scutil --dns and Network Preferences not matching up

I have a wireguard tunnel that I am configuring via wg-quick on macOS; my client-side config looks something like: $ cat /usr/local/etc/wireguard/wg0.conf [Interface] PrivateKey = <snip> # The address of this client Address = fd37:5040::0002/64 # The address of my DNS server within the Wireguard VPN DNS = fd37:5040::0001/64 [Peer] [...] read more
networking
macos
dns
ipv6
wireguard
1vote
1answer

Cannot control click a button in Autoit scripting

I have been trying to automate a button click using an auto IT script in an application. The window title of the application is EDI867 Tracer and the button I am trying to click is Browse. The control info that I got from Autoit Window Info is as below >>>> [...] read more
script
automation
autoit
1vote
1answer

What do these error messages mean and how to fix it?

============================================================== actually I figured out this is an issue of intel video driver: http://lkml.indiana.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0902.3/01703.html ============================================================== I am using ubuntu 10.0.4 TLS, and this is my main board info: http://www.made-in-china.com/showroom/geshem/product-detailbqfJOksvrXcn/China-Mainboard-ITX-WN45A-D.html These error messages were from /var/log/messages Dec 17 09:46:53 my-desktop kernel: [ 1080.890084] i915 D 0000000000000000 0 595 2 0x00000000 Dec [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
kernel
linux-kernel
1vote
0answers

pci no space error

I have a Xilinx FPGA pcie card (vcu1525) and programmed it to have 2 BAR which defines 64KB and 4MB memory spaces. 02:00.0 Serial controller: Xilinx Corporation Device 903f (prog-if 01 [16450]) Subsystem: Xilinx Corporation Device 0007 Physical Slot: 4 Control: I/O- Mem+ BusMaster+ SpecCycle- MemWINV- VGASnoop- ParErr- Stepping- SERR+ [...] read more
drivers
pci-express
pci
1vote
1answer

Extend a PV partition in Linux

I have a situation where there is ~300G available on /dev/sda and I want to extend a partition /dev/sda3 with the additional ~300G. However from what I read online if /dev/sda4 exists, I cannot increase /dev/sda3 unless I remove /dev/sda4 which contains /boot/efi (which I don't believe is an option). [...] read more
linux
partitioning
lvm
fdisk
1vote
2answers

ESP8266 does not boot after firmware flash, serial output Fatal exception (28)

I was started experimenting on ESP8266 that was bought from AI-Thinker, and the wiki is here, ESP8266 and another for NodeMCU. I have already familiar with Lua firmware, so flashed Lua node firmware and able to success with that, but I face memory issue with the Lua firmware. Then I [...] read more
flashing
1vote
1answer

Getting error c000021a: The session manager failed to create protected prefixes

When I try to boot Windows I get a blue screen: > STOP: c000021a Fatal System Error . The session manager failed to create protected prefixes system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc000003a (0x00000000 0x00000000). The system has been shut down. And the system reboots. Just yesterday Windows [...] read more
windows-7
boot
patch
1vote
3answers

Re-order or "prioritize" DNS server over Cisco AnyConnect VPN on Mac

I have Cisco AnyConnect on my Mac (10.13.6), and the DNS resolution works properly for our internal hostnames. The output of scutil looks fine: 2015MBP:~ craig$ scutil --dns DNS configuration resolver #1 search domain[0] : dns1.mycompany.com search domain[1] : dns2.mycompany.com search domain[2] : hsd1.ma.comcast.net nameserver[0] : 10.xx.xx.xx (<-- AN INTERNAL [...] read more
networking
mac
vpn
dns
cisco-anyconnect
1vote
0answers

HID touchscreen settings in android

I'm trying to use a different touchscreen in android. The touchscreen is connected via USB and recognized as a HID device but it does not work. Even enabling the display of positions I do not see events on the screen (wich is 1280x800). When the screen goes into standby the [...] read more
android
touchscreen
1vote
1answer

HP laptop reboot BSOD code 0x00000124

My laptop HP DV6 model 1103ee is getting rebooted after playing a video online or when using applications. Example dump file: https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=24657CA7048734C3!114&authkey=!AIkt9HzuECtZc1Y ================================================== Dump File : 012213-45474-01.dmp Crash Time : 1/22/2013 7:54:39 PM Bug Check String : Bug Check Code : 0x00000124 Parameter 1 : 0x00000000 Parameter 2 : 0x866bc1e4 [...] read more
laptop
motherboard
bsod
1vote
1answer

Adding a timestamp on frames captured using FFmpeg

I am trying to capture frames using FFmpeg and add current timestamp on to it. Below code is working fine for a Linux PC : ffmpeg -i input -vf "drawtext=fontfile=/usr/share/fonts/TTF/Vera.ttf: text='%{localtime}': x=(w-tw)/2: y=h-(2*lh): fontcolor=white: box=1: boxcolor=0x00000000@1" image%03d.png But same is not working for Windows because of: * The filter applied [...] read more
video
ffmpeg
1vote
0answers

Windows 10 fails to install generic drivers for USB microphone

I recently purchased a RØDE NT-USB microphone which uses generic USB Audio drivers and claims to work out of the box with both OSX and Windows. On OSX I had no issues but on Windows I ran into an issue with the driver not installing. enter image description here [https://i.stack.imgur.com/iTG1F.png] [...] read more
windows-10
usb
drivers
microphone
1vote
1answer

BSoD WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR triggered by ffmpeg

Have been experiencing this BSoD on and off, but I can reliably trigger it with ffmpeg and libx264, which is sad because I need that. So far I havn't identified any other applications that trigger it (but there must be, since it also happened once or twice when I wasn't [...] read more
windows-10
ffmpeg
bsod
1vote
0answers

how to recover a big NTFS partition that's missing the first 4kb?

I have two external USB3 HDD drives (2.5", both from Toshiba) that have a bad sector. One drive is sized 500GB, the other is 1TB. Interestingly, both show exactly the same problem: The partition table is okay, but the drives are not able to read the very first 4kb of [...] read more
hard-drive
data-recovery
ntfs
1vote
1answer

WU_E_NO_USERTOKEN, Failed to generate security token with auth tickets; error 0x80070426

A Windows 10 machine fails to update with the unusual WU_E_NO_USERTOKEN error, despite reporting clean state (no third-party antivirus installed) PS> systeminfo OS Name: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro N OS Version: 10.0.15063 N/A Build 15063 Hotfix(s): 3 Hotfix(s) Installed. [01]: KB4022405 [thats the servicing stack 2017-06-13] [02]: KB4022730 [thats the [...] read more
windows
windows-10
windows-update
1vote
0answers

"muxavformat: avformat_write_header failed!" - why?

I'm backing up a DVD using handbrake 0.10.2 (x86_64) on Linux Mint 18.2. With 1-pass encoding - it works, but with 2-pass encoding, I get the following: [15:44:44] starting job [15:44:44] sync: expecting 165614 video frames [15:44:44] job configuration: [15:44:44] * source [15:44:44] + /media/joeuser/MYDVD/VIDEO_TS [15:44:44] + title 1, chapter(s) [...] read more
dvd
ripping
handbrake
x264
0votes
0answers

IPSec tunnel causes huge packets lost when pinging gateway and other machines

My Ubuntu machine is 10.0.0.15, my Windows machine is 10.0.0.10. My gateway, that routes the Internet traffic to the LAN is 10.0.0.1. When I ping the gateway from my Windows machine everything is fine - I get every single packet back. Same holds true, when I ping the Ubuntu machine [...] read more
networking
linux-networking
ipsec
ubuntu-18.04
icmp
0votes
0answers

Determining What Process Isn't Cleaning Semaphores

I was having the common issue of not being able to restart httpd because of a high number of locked semaphores. After clearing those and restarting httpd, I also doubled the semaphores. However, I'm lead to believe some Apache process has a memory leak and it's not releasing them, so [...] read more
centos
php
sql-server
apache-2.4
process
0votes
1answer

Ubuntu kernel trace - troubleshooting "task hung for 120 secs" random crashes

I was finally able to get a trace from a 'task hung for 120 seconds' error. Our servers would just randomly crash on load spikes. IO wait times seem normal. Memory/Swap is fine. These are Xen based Ubuntu 10.04 - 64bit. VPS, some are even "Baremetals". Below is the trace: [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
xen
trace
0votes
1answer

ls and find hangs on a folder. What to do?

I have a proxmox cluster with two nodes (s1 and s2). On s2 listing a certain directory hangs forever (like in this question): $> strace -vf ls -l /etc/pve/nodes/s2 [...] open("/etc/pve/nodes/s2", O_RDONLY|O_NONBLOCK|O_DIRECTORY|O_CLOEXEC) = 3 fstat(3, {st_dev=makedev(0, 48), st_ino=5, st_mode=S_IFDIR|0755, st_nlink=2, st_uid=0, st_gid=33, st_blksize=4096, st_blocks=0, st_size=0, st_atime=2017-06-19T18:59:35+0300, st_mtime=2017-06-19T18:59:35+0300, st_ctime=2017-06-19T18:59:35+0300}) = 0 [...] read more
proxmox
debian-stretch
fuse
0votes
1answer

CentOS6 (VM) on Hyper-V (host) - expanding disk size

I have a Hyper-V server (host). With a CentOS6.x VM (guest). My goal is: * expand the /dev/mapper/VolGroup-lv_root partition to a total 200GB; * expand the /dev/mapper/VolGroup-lv_swap partition to a total 100GB; * create another logical mount within VolGroup, called /dev/mapper/VolGroup-lv_data with the remainder of the disk (IE: roughly ~250GB) [...] read more
centos
hyper-v
centos6
partition
gparted
0votes
1answer

extend sda partition under LVM

My server has 4 primary partitions with data I can't delete but I need to extend the hdd as it is running out of space. I already increased the size of the vmdk file but when I try to create a partition I get the message You must delete some [...] read more
lvm
0votes
1answer

Configure GRUB on XEN VPS

I have a xen VPS with debian 7 x86_64 installed on it. The operating system comes with GRUB2 installed on it. The problem is that while runnnig apt-get update apt-get upgrade -y GRUB says The GRUB boot loader was previously installed to a disk that is no longer present, or [...] read more
debian
virtualization
xen
grub
grub2
0votes
1answer

Unable to connect to L2TP VPN network with Fedora 29

I used to connect to my workplace's VPN network from my F29 laptop. Since last 3 days it has been unable to establish the connection, and so far I am unable to determine what is going wrong on my own. F29 does not report any problem in details. Simply tells [...] read more
vpn
fedora
ipsec
0votes
1answer

External HDD wrong size

I have an very interesting problem with a Seagate HDD (3TB): Under Windows the HDD has a size of ~3TB. When I connect it to Ubuntu 14.04 and try to format it with GParted, GParted tells me that the backup partition table (GPT) is corrupt and it uses the main. [...] read more
ubuntu
fdisk
hard-drive
gpt
mbr
0votes
1answer

How to extend centos_root partition on Centos 7 and Hyper-V

I've been struggling to get this right and tried plenty of tutorials with no luck. I have a Centos 7 installed as a guest on Hyper-V and need to expand the disk space on centos root partition. I've already extended VHDX in Hyper-V. I've been following this tutorial but it [...] read more
centos
hyper-v
fdisk
gparted
0votes
0answers

Windows Server 2008 R2 windows update stuck

i have a 2008 R2 Standard server (on VMware) that is stuck without being able to update. Behavior: Windows update fails on check for new updates error code 8000FFFF. When rebooting, server attempts to configure updates. Reboots to login screen, then reboots a second time. At that point it attempts [...] read more
windows-server-2008-r2
windows-update
0votes
1answer

Resize error : ext2fs_open2: Bad magic number in super-block

1. I have a server server1 running 8GB root partition 2. I have taken the ami of this server1 and created anothe server2 but changed the root partition to 60GB 3.I wanted to extend the linux partition in the server2 and followed the below link: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/storage_expand_partition.html But It is failed. [...] read more
amazon-web-services
diskmanagement
0votes
1answer

FreeIPA Unable to establish trust with Active Directory

I am trying to establish a trust between FreeIPA and Active Directory. Details on the infrastructure: * 3 x IPA Servers all with replication between eachother (CentOS 7) * 3 x Domain Controllers for AD (Windows Server 2016) When attempting to run the following command: ipa trust-add --type=ad ad.example.net --admin [...] read more
centos7
freeipa
0votes
0answers

Windows update error code 8000FFFF

We are using WSUS for updates. Last week I pushed out 2019-01 Monthly Security roll up for servers and desktops. Almost 1/3 systems had update failure with the same error code 8000FFFF, "Windows update encountered an unknow error", it happened on servers and desktops. I did a lot of researches [...] read more
windows-server-2008-r2
windows-server-2012-r2
windows-7
wsus
windows-update
0votes
0answers

AWS E2 Instance : How to Resize Disk

I have question about my disk partition, here is the result from fdisk -l command Disk /dev/loop0: 4294 MB, 4294967296 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 522 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes [...] read more
linux
centos
0votes
1answer

iSCSI read errors during iPXE boot

EDIT: Substantially updated 2019-02-16 to include additional troubleshooting information. I've had iPXE and iSCSI environments in place for years now, but for the first time I'm attempting to do an iSCSI boot and the iPXE is having a problem with the conversation with the iSCSI target. The storage server CentOS [...] read more
iscsi
pxe-boot
scsi
0votes
0answers

QEMU crashed while trying to boot up i.MX6q device kernel

When tried to boot up Kernel uImage of an i.MX6q based embedded device, it seems that QEMU crashes with "Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 00000044". Before crashing it displays below errors. mc16xsd200 spi32765.0: FSB triggered for switch 0 mc16xsd200 spi32765.0: switch 0 port[0] fault[0x0000] mc16xsd200 [...] read more
virtual-machines
kvm-virtualization
linux-kernel
qemu
arm
0votes
1answer

How to increase my `/` of Fedora installed on a virtual box?

I used virtualbox4 to create a box(8G disk) and installed a Fedora 16. Soon I found the space is not enough that I can't download anything in ~/download. I use VBoxManage to increase the disk size to 20G, but I still can't download anything. After some research(I'm newbie to linux), [...] read more
linux
virtualbox
fdisk
0votes
0answers

parted and fdisk not showing new size after expanding a RAID 1 volume (Proxmox/Debian)

Background: I need to extend a RAID 1 volume from a live Proxmox/Debian server that has a LSI SAS 2108 MegaRAID card, from 1TB to 2TB, I did this on a test environment albeit it was with a different Raid card, and my procedure was replacing each drive one at [...] read more
debian
raid1
proxmox
megaraid
expansion
0votes
1answer

mdadm set the mode before a second device raid1?

i have a problem. server use two disk softraid1. disk sda is die, and replaced disk. and reboot now, copy partition table sdb to sda ok. next step copy boot record sdb to sda ok. finaliy add sda in raid array retunr always error. error text : An option must [...] read more
centos
software-raid
mdadm
raid1
0votes
1answer

Strongswan LTE connection re-establishing issue

Thank you for your help with my previous problem regarding Strongswan and allow me ask you for help one more. I have two networks connected to Strongswan server via two Mikrotik routers. The first router is connected to internet via cable modem and the second one via LTE mobile network. [...] read more
strongswan
0votes
1answer

Restoring an Exchange 2007 SP3 GRT backup from Backup Exec 12 yields error E000848C

I am trying to restore an individual folder from an Exchange 2007 GRT backup, and the restore is failing with error code E000848C. The setup is a Windows Server 2008 Standard x64 machine running Exchange 2007 SP3, and a Windows Server 2008 Standard x64 machine running Backup Exec 12.5. Both [...] read more
exchange-2007
backupexec
0votes
1answer

One system is stuck on an older Cumulative Update

I've set up a Service Fabric cluster on Azure, which is built on top of Virtual machine scale sets. It has two scale sets, one with three nodes and one with a single node. Both scale sets run WindowsServer 2016-Datacenter-Server-Core, the only difference is that the one with a single [...] read more
windows-update
windows-server-core
0votes
1answer

HDD cloning with dd

I'm cloning a larger HDD(750GB) to a smaller SSD(250GB). I shrunk the partitions and there is only 83gb of used space. (I defragmented and did a chkdsk). Also, sum of partition sizes is smaller than the SSD size. I am now piping the dd process through pv to see the [...] read more
dd
cloning
0votes
1answer

Samba4 join NT_STATUS_CONNECTION_REFUSED error

I have a Centos 7.2 server running Samba 4.6.13 as an active directory domain controller. I am trying to join a new Fedora 27 server running Samba 4.7.5 to the domain. The domain command will not connect to the other server. I have firewall disabled on both servers, I can [...] read more
samba4
0votes
1answer

Cent OS 7 Re-partition of allocated disk

I was trying to install SolusVM KVM slave on centos 7, the Datacenter provided me operating system having partition as I explained below, for installing KVM Slave I need PE Size 32MB from default size of 4MB. The whole disk in the pre-config server has been allocated and there is [...] read more
centos
kvm-virtualization
centos7
partition
0votes
0answers

Windows Server 2016 IIS won't install, no errors shown

I'm trying to solve the same error that occurred three years ago and doesn't have an answer. After installing IIS via GUI or powershell Install-WindowsFeature -name Web-Server -IncludeManagementTools I get the error: (The first two lines in English say error adding or removing characteristics. The operation couldn't finish because a [...] read more
iis
windows-server-2016
0votes
2answers

w3wp.exe application pool crashing every 5 minutes

I had a classic ASP working site on Windows 2012. Everything worked ok. Since I moved it to 2016 machine (same DB, same files), w3wp.exe is crashing every few minutes ;-( I did the dump and there seems to be this 2 errors every time there is a crash: > [...] read more
iis
windows-server-2016
asp-classic
0votes
1answer

How to change the boot order if Two boot partitions exist on the Linux Machine

I have an open vpn server running on my Ubuntu server 14.04.I took the backup of hard disk /dev/xvda (which includes the boot files) to an img file using the dd command. Machine A dd if=/dev/xvda of=/backup/backup.img Then it is transferred to another Linux machine(Ubuntu 14.04) and restored it to [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
partition
boot
0votes
1answer

Outlook have security problems

I'm using Outlook 2013 as client with a gmail account. The OS is Windows 10. I received some emails which I cannot open from Outlook (although from Gmail have no problems). The message which I get when I double click the email is this: > Sorry, we're having trouble opening [...] read more
windows
security
outlook
0votes
0answers

"RPC server is unavailable" - port 135 shows filtered - NO firewall

So I have a pair of 2003 Domain Controllers which seem to have problems replicating. After running netdiag, dcdiag I figured out that there is an RPC problem, so I tested the connection with portqry.exe. From DC2 to DC1 the connection to Domain related ports (ldap, RPC, DNS, Kerberos,...) seem [...] read more
windows-server-2003
domain-controller
rpc
0votes
1answer

SQLite3 is crashing the JVM

I am using sqlite-jdbc 3.7.2 when i run my application, SQLLite is crashing the JVM. It is not happening consistently but it happened twice. Please help to find the issue. A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment: SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x01c60d18, pid=5731, tid=5888912 JRE version: Java(TM) [...] read more
sqlite
jvm
0votes
0answers

Ubuntu Server 16.04 64bit had only 8Gb of RAM when 16GB are installed

I have one DIMM installed on a Lenovo x3550 M5 server. The OS is Ubuntu 16.04.2 64 bit uname -ra Linux hostname 4.4.0-62-generic #83-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jan 18 14:10:15 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux free -hm gives: total used free shared buff/cache available Mem: 7.2G 238M 6.5G 20M 474M [...] read more
ubuntu
memory
0votes
1answer

Debug SSH not connecting

I am trying to connect to the remote server using ssh, but I have Permission denied (publickey).. I've gone through all possible reasons I can suggest and other questions suggest. * I am sure that my key is correct, I checked many times and I am able to login to [...] read more
linux
centos
ssh
debian
ssh-keys
0votes
1answer

Memory clock on DDR2 modules lower than expected

I've performed a memory upgrade on a Dell Precision T7400. The official user guide states: > Specifications Memory type: 667- or 800-MHz fully-buffered DDR2 SDRAM fully-buffered DIMMs (FBDs) Minimum memory: 1 GB Maximum memory: 64 GB with optional memory riser cards, 32 GB standard I am not using memory risers. [...] read more
memory
frequency
0votes
1answer

centos 6 kernel panic

Someone asked me to help him with his very slow server then I just logged in and initiated an update then I rebooted the server it couldn't start up again and gone in kernel panic on all kernels even the old one .. I started the server in system rescue [...] read more
centos
kernel-panic
0votes
0answers

unable to mount RAID 1 removed disk

I have removed two disk(sda1 & sdb1) from soft RAID1 array. mdadm --stop /dev/md0 mdadm --remove /dev/md0 mdadm --zero-superblock /dev/sda1 mdadm --zero-superblock /dev/sdb1 Output of mdadm --examine /dev/sdb1 root@rescue:~# /mnt # mdadm --examine /dev/sdb1 mdadm: No md superblock detected on /dev/sdb1. i was try to mount /dev/sdb1 to /mnt mount [...] read more
linux
raid
mount
mdadm
fdisk
0votes
1answer

How to change boot drive on server with RAID 5 software raid

I have my hardware-owned dedicated server hosted in remote datacenter, running CentOS release 6.4 (Final) with grub (GNU GRUB 0.97). Server has 6 2TB drives with 2 software raids on them - md0 raid 1 for system and swap and md1 raid 5 for data. Here is fdisk and mdstat [...] read more
centos
boot
software-raid
grub
0votes
0answers

Need some help ORA-24550: signal received:

This is my first question.If I have missed to add any information. Please let me know. I am getting below error while executing a batch program. ORA-24550: signal received: [si_signo=4] [si_errno=0] [si_code=30] [si_addr=0] kpedbg_dmp_stack()+364<-kpeDbgCrash()+124<-kpeDbgSignalHandler()+680<-skgesig_sigactionHandler()+264<-__sighandler()<-00000000<-00000000 ./PRMS_RlsRTS[231]: 53543194 Illegal instruction(coredump). libdebug assertion "(framep->getGpr(STKP, &addr) == DB_SUCCESS && *nextStkpp == addr)" failed at [...] read more
c++
oracle
aix
proc
tuxedo
0votes
1answer

Are IVT and BDA physical memory addresses and sizes set always the same during boot sequence?

During boot sequence, IVT(Interrupt Vector Table) and BDA(BIOS Data Area) are loaded to memory, IVT starting address at 0x00000000 and BDA starting address at 0x00000400 respectively. IVT 0x00000000 ~ 0x000003FF BDA 0x00000400 ~ 0x000004FF Is this 'always' the case regardless of hardwares? More specifically, Q1. Is IVT start address always [...] read more
memory
x86
bootloader
legacy
bios
0votes
0answers

Timeout error is displayed on uploading code to TI cc2650

Timeout error is displayed on flashing cc2650, performed the following steps: 1. Mass erased the cc2650 module and put it in bootloader mode. 2. Connected the cc2650 mote with ubuntu machine 3. Compiled the client example for the target using the following command:make TARGET=srf06-cc26xx BOARD=launchpad/cc2650 savetarget 4. Tried to flash [...] read more
c
contiki
0votes
0answers

PWA install usually hangs on Android

I have a PWA that installs no problem on a desktop every single time so I know it's configured properly. But for some reason, on several different Android devices when I try to install the PWA it says installing but nothing happens. There is no icon ever created on the [...] read more
android
angular
google-chrome
progressive-web-apps
0votes
1answer

Program Movesense by J-Flash (Lite)

Trying to upload program to Movesense by JIG Use “samples\bin\debug\Movesense-movement_wakeup_app_w_bootloader” for example. There is “sd_bl.bin” and “Movesense.bin” What prog addr to use for both files? Where to get more info about it? If use 0x00000000, then Movesense not works. read more
movesense
0votes
2answers

SSIS Containing SQL Authentication Runs in IDE but fails in SQL Server Agent Job

I have a SSIS package which gets data from flat file and writes it to SQL. It was running fine in IDE with Windows Authentication in the OLEDB Connection. But I wanted this to be run by anyone instead of using my Windows Authentication setting, so I changed the Authentication [...] read more
sql
authentication
ssis
jobs
0votes
1answer

No permissions to send email from Excel-VBA

I used to send email from VBA from an Excel Workbook. This worked correct. Now I have a new PC and tried to run the same code. And I get a permission error. I have checked, re-checked and double checked with my old PC, but I can't find any difference [...] read more
excel
vba
outlook
0votes
0answers

Buildroot NFS boot failure - can't open /run/nfs/xtab for reading

I am trying to boot a machine into a NFS root built by buildroot, but it crashes at a step near NFS mount. It seems like it wants to read a file, but fails to read it. Boot log: [ 0.000000] Linux version 4.19.57 (user@kernelbuildhost) (gcc version 7.4.0 (Buildroot 2019.02.4)) [...] read more
boot
nfs
buildroot
0votes
0answers

Can't open mapped file from address

I can't open mapped memory. When I use OpenFileMappingA() it returns NULL and GetLastError() returns 161 (ERROR_BAD_PATHNAME). I use the following code: MEMORY_BASIC_INFORMATION mbi = { 0 }; VirtualQuery(image->raw_data, &mbi, sizeof(mbi)); if (mbi.Protect & PAGE_EXECUTE_READWRITE) ZeroMemory(image->raw_data, sizeof(IMAGE_DOS_HEADER) + sizeof(IMAGE_NT_HEADERS) + sizeof(IMAGE_SECTION_HEADER)* nt_header->FileHeader.NumberOfSections); else if (mbi.Type & MEM_MAPPED) { char buffer[500]; [...] read more
c++
mapped-memory
0votes
0answers

How to see the error frames of a CAN network with Python-CAN

I wrote the program below, can = CAN("can0", bitrate=50000, listen_only=True, error_reporting=True) while True: msg = can.recv() print "Msg: ", msg But it only displays the standard S or Extended X flags even though when I run the command in Terminal to check the network activity, I can see that the [...] read more
python
error-handling
embedded
can-bus
automotive
0votes
1answer

JVM crash occurred in libjvm.so when KlassInfoTable::record_instance(oopDesc*) is called

My application got crashed with below error. Please help to find what went wrong here. JRE Version : 8.0_65-b17 Linux version : 2.6.18 # # A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment: # # SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x0146d17b, pid=11156, tid=2288950160 # # JRE version: Java(TM) SE [...] read more
java
jvm
0votes
2answers

LPC2148 UART interrupt

I am using LPC2148 with SIM800L on UART1 using interrupt. When I use memset(buff, 0 , sizeof(buff)); in while(1) at first the program works fine but when while(1) loop runs again it prints error over and over but when I comment the memset(buff, 0, sizeof(buff)); it works fine. So why [...] read more
c
interrupt
uart
0votes
0answers

iOS app crashing when running with Appium

My app always crashes after specific steps when using Appium (both automation or manual with Appium inspector open), but works well when Appium is not running. My app crashes even when I don't use the inspector (just leaving it open). I tried with both real device (iOS 10.3.3, iOS 12.4, [...] read more
ios
automation
appium
0votes
1answer

Raspberry Pi 4 used as BLE central device connection issues

For a professional project, i have to use a RPI4 as a central device to connect to a particular peripheral device. For testing, I developped a program to simulate a peripheral on a RPi (thanks to bleno Node.js module) by setting a GATT server and use another RPi as my [...] read more
node.js
python-3.x
bluetooth-lowenergy
bleno
0votes
2answers

How to convert an Eigen sparse matrix into an array in C++ using the?

I have created a sparse matrix mat in C++ using the Eigen package. The matrix works fine, but I am trying to convert it into an array to use as a bitmap. The size of mat is N+1. Naively, I tried doing the following: double zmat[N+1][N+1]; for(int i=0; i<=N; i++){ [...] read more
c++
eigen
0votes
1answer

curve25519 base point multiplication using Crypto++

When we multiply the basepoint of curve25519 with a scalar number, an exception is thrown. Integer gx(group.GetSubgroupGenerator().x); Integer gy(group.GetSubgroupGenerator().y); ECP::Point g(gx, gy); ECP::Point P(group.GetCurve().ScalarMultiply(g, 3)); Exception thrown at 0x005B4412 in CryptoExample.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x00000000. How can we take generator, other than basepoint in this curve? read more
c++
cryptography
crypto++
elliptic-curve
curve-25519
0votes
2answers

LoadLibrary cannot find ntoskrnl

I am writing a small app which calls KeBugCheck and crashes the system but LoadLibrary is unable to find ntoskrnl.exe (I get 126 as return value when calling GetLastError) Here is my code: void* fnc; HMODULE bcLib; bcLib = LoadLibrary((LPCWSTR)"ntoskrnl.exe"); fnc = (void*) GetProcAddress(bcLib, (LPCSTR)"KeBugCheck"); int(*KeBugCheck)(ULONG); KeBugCheck = (int(*)(ULONG))fnc; KeBugCheck(0x000000E2); [...] read more
c++
windows
winapi
visual-c++
loadlibrary
0votes
2answers

hdiutil attach/detach/convert results to "resource temporarily unavailable"

Since MacOS 10.13 I have the following problem. 1. /usr/bin/hdiutil attach "target/MyDrive-tmp.dmg" -mountroot /tmp /dev/disk3 GUID_partition_scheme /dev/disk3s1 Apple_APFS /dev/disk4 EF57347C-0000-11AA-AA11-0030654 /dev/disk4s1 41504653-0000-11AA-AA11-0030654 /private/tmp/MyDrive 2. /usr/bin/hdiutil detach -force -debug "/tmp/MyDrive" or diskutil eject "/tmp/MyDrive" process_detach: entry with "/tmp/MyDrive" util_verify_dev_entry: entry with "disk4s1". process_detach_deventry: about to unmount_and_eject disk4s1 unmount_and_eject(disk4s1) LetDIDriverSettleDown: calling IOServiceWaitQuiet... [...] read more
macos
terminal
macos-high-sierra
0votes
1answer

STM32F4 (Nucleo) SPI line doesn't transmit

I can't seem to get my SPI line to work. It doesn't want to transmit at all although it does generate a clock signal on sck pin. The Clock signal has a frequency of 62 kHz, the MOSI and MISO pins remain high indefinitely. I've built the code according to [...] read more
arm
nucleo
coocox
0votes
0answers

Instruction at Address 0x000000 crashes

Need help: a dynamically linked program crashes at address 0x0, IMHO the first executable instruction of the code. The program is cross-compiled using gcc: arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc -v Using built-in specs. COLLECT_GCC=arm-linux-gnueabi-gcc COLLECT_LTO_WRAPPER=/opt/cross/libexec/gcc/arm-linux-gnueabi/7.2.0/lto-wrapper Target: arm-linux-gnueabi Configured with: ../configure --prefix=/opt/cross --enable-bootstrap=no --build=x86_64-suse-linux --target=arm-linux-gnueabi --enable-languages=c,c++ --with-float=soft --disable-libmudflap --disable-multilib --with-cpu=arm7tdmi --with-float=soft Thread model: posix gcc [...] read more
segmentation-fault
armv7
0votes
1answer

PC register changes supplied value

I'm new to buffer overflows and although I believe I get the process, I feel that something is wrong here. I am studying from a book about exploitation and in the example, there is a simple buffer overflow on a 16 bytes string. This is the code of the binary. [...] read more
ios
buffer-overflow
armv7
0votes
0answers

Armnn tflite EnqueueWorkload blocks process

I have started using "armnn" library (neural network library for arm processors) I'm running a tflite model on an Arm Mali-T760 with gpu acceleration (with the cpuRef or cpuAcc optimization the network seems to run without any problems). I run the tflite network using "EnqueueWorkload" function, the function works and [...] read more
c++
tensorflow
neural-network
arm
mali
0votes
0answers

Powershell [ComponentModel.Win32Exception] casting inconsistencies

I am trying to get my head around windows errors, especially the relationship between Win32 errors and HRESULT errors. So, as an example I know 3010 is > "The requested operation is successful. Changes will not be effective until the system is rebooted" And I can get that by casting [...] read more
powershell
0votes
0answers

Java program is only working sometimes, crashes on opening, Failed to write coredumps, Works on android

After moving to a new computer, my LIBGdx software will not execute everytime. It will occasionally, but almost everytime, I get a "Failed to write core dumps" error. I dealt with this on my last computer by enabling them in the advanced system settings, but that doesnt work here. I [...] read more
java
android
android-studio
minidump
0votes
2answers

how do I solve this C++ access violation problem?

I'm getting an error in the following code. Visual Studio throws an access violation error when writing to _buf. How can I fix this? The Sendn function is a socket sending function. It's not the problem, you can ignore it. It looks like _buf points at 0x00000000 The error message [...] read more
c++
0votes
1answer

Why I don't receive any packets using BPF with udp socket?

GOAL: write a BPF filter which allow just UDP packets from a specific src address and attach it to and UDP socket. PROBLEM: if I execute the program and I try to send udp packets from a VM which has the correct src IP I don't receive none of them [...] read more
c
sockets
udp
bpf
0votes
0answers

How to remove focus in ButtonGroup without any Method using Brightscript?

I am using one button group and I set focus to Button Group using focusButton and buttonSelected. But focusButton set the first button Focus using 0 indexes and second button focus using 1 index successfully. I tried to remove focus if I press up key then remove focus from button [...] read more
roku
brightscript
0votes
0answers

Use Control Send and Control Click In AutoIT to Automate Background Processes

I'm having Issue getting AutoITv3 to send a Control Down key stroke to a background program using the ControlSend function. I've been successful in getting the ControlClick function to work as shown below. I've tried using both the ClassnameNN and the Class as the Control ID, both Failed. I've also [...] read more
automation
autoit
0votes
2answers

directx11 - can't set Texture2D as ShaderResourceView?

I have written a little DirectX RenderEngine, to render and texture simple Polygons. The texturing worked with CreateDDSTextureFromFile(.dds) very well. Now, I try to set up a Texture and a corresponding ShaderResourceView from a Memory buffer. Creating the Texture2D works, but then, CreateShaderResourceView ALWAYS fails. Also tried to call it [...] read more
directx
textures
0votes
0answers

Laravel redirection problem with esp8266, the error thrown by the esp is: Exception (28)

I have a problem with the api that believes in laravel so that esp8266 can read me a rfid and send me their data so I can look for it with a select in the controller. but he sends me the Exception (28). this is the route: Route::post('/','TaskController@getAll')->name('taskApi') and here [...] read more
laravel
api
arduino-esp8266
0votes
0answers

accesing block device from another blkmq block device

I want to change the code from this repo:https://github.com/OrenKishon/stackbdto use blkmq instead of make_request. I tried to replace "make_request" with "blkmq", and as a result I came to the conclusion that the command sudo dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/mydev0 count=8 works fine, and the command sudo dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/mydev0 count=9 causes the [...] read more
linux
kernel
0votes
1answer

Segfault in libgstvideo shared library trying to stream video

While trying to stream video using Gstreamer and its libraries, I encounter the following segfault in libgsvtvideo while converting the video format from RGB to NV12. Frame size is 921600 when collected in RGB format and NV12 I believe is 460800 bytes in size (half of RGB frame) appsource:src[5702]: segfault [...] read more
c
segmentation-fault
gdb
video-streaming
gstreamer
0votes
0answers

How do I shift bit to Left after Hex conversion

I'm converting input decimal value into hex and then I want to shift that value as below: So if 51200 converts to hex: 0000 c800 Now I want to shift this value by 2 hex digits (8 bits): 00c8 0000 This is all because I'm trying to pass converted and [...] read more
c
arduino
bit-manipulation
arduino-c++
0votes
0answers

A VM nested inside another VM. Is there any way to retrieve the kernel of nested VM while in top level VM?

Alright, So I have a VM running inside another VM. I'll call the first, top level VM level 1, and the nested VM level 2. My goal is to read the memory of the nested VM (level 2) while inside the level 1 VM. Background information of the VMs. They [...] read more
linux
security
process
linux-kernel
0votes
1answer

Write packet filtering program in ebpf

If I want to write a cBPF program which filter icmp packet I can do it by execute tcpdump with -dd option which > Dump packet-matching code as a C program fragment. ..see the example below How can I write the same program with eBPF instructions ? #include <sys/socket.h> #include [...] read more
packet
bpf
ebpf
0votes
0answers

Creating avro::DataFileReader with avro::memoryInputStream

I am trying to read an avro file using the avrocpp library, and I am required to use an external read function which reads the file into a buffer (the file itself is unavailable to me). When I have the file locally, I create a DataFileReader using the constructor with [...] read more
c++
avro
unique-ptr
0votes
0answers

Unable to mount root file system - nfs if the CONFIG_CGROUP is not enabled in Linux Kernel?

I am unable to mount a root file system, if I don't make the CONFIG_CGROUP=y in the kernel defconfig. Here is my bootlog Built 1 zonelists in Zone order, mobility grouping on. Total pages: 130048 Kernel command line: console=ttyS1,115200 root=/dev/nfs rw ip=dhcp nfsroot=10.30.98.239:/home/sd/sira_server_rootfs PID hash table entries: 2048 (order: 1, [...] read more
linux-kernel
yocto
0votes
0answers

Error download offline HERE_Android_SDK_Premium_v3.12.2.83

When upgrading the Android SDK Premium to version v3.12.2.83 the return of the onStatus retrieve MapDataPrefetcher.Listener.PrefetchStatus.PREFETCH_FAILURE Android 9 Logcat `E / NetworkProtocol: NetworkProtocol :: GetTask :: run exception: javax.net.ssl.SSLProtocolException: Read error: ssl = 0xe8519a88: Failure in SSL library, usually a protocol error error: 1e000065: Cipher functions: OPENSSL_internal: BAD_DECRYPT (external / [...] read more
here-api
0votes
0answers

Visual studio freezing /hanging - out of memory

My visual studio 2015 is hanging/freezing all the time lately, started recently out of nowhere. It does come back into play usually but sometimes I get a System.OutOfMemoryException error even though it doesn't appear to be going anywhere near my limit! In my windows event logs I can see errors [...] read more
visual-studio-2015
0votes
1answer

Fatal Signal on Launch (KitKat)

I've been receiving the following error on KitKat but there are no issues on Android M and above : 2145-2145/com.cafeapps.stroydownloader E/dalvikvm: Could not find class 'com.crashlytics.android.ndk.CrashlyticsNdk', referenced from method com.crashlytics.android.CrashlyticsInitProvider.createCrashlyticsKits 2145-2145/com.cafeapps.stroydownloader E/dalvikvm: Could not find class 'com.evernote.android.job.v21.PlatformJobService', referenced from method com.evernote.android.job.JobApi.isSupported 2145-2145/com.cafeapps.stroydownloader E/dalvikvm: Could not find class 'com.evernote.android.job.v21.PlatformJobService', referenced from [...] read more
java
android
libc
0votes
0answers

How to change msDS-User-Account-Control-Computed value from java code?

We have set msDS-User-Account-Control-Computed to password expired when user password last set is more than 3 months automatically. But if user resets the password through java code I need to reset this attribute (not sure to which one). I tried changing the value to 0x00000000 but then it was throwing [...] read more
java
spring
ldap
adlds
user-account-control
0votes
1answer

Why this program which use BPF and RAW SOCKET just hangs?

GOAL: write a simple packet filter using BPF. The packet filter should allow you to choose the interface. PROBLEM: if I uncomment the third to last instruction in the code (where there is a call to recvfrom, the execution just hangs and I can't see no output (neither "buffer zeroed" [...] read more
sockets
bpf
0votes
0answers

Bootloader for CC1310

I have LAUNCHXL-CC1310 devboard and I want to make automatic updates of the software from FLASH memory through SPI interface, in other words I need to make bootloader. The program itself runs on Contiki-ng. I can't find out how to make memory mapping and switch from bootloader to application. Has [...] read more
c
ld
bootloader
armasm
0votes
2answers

JVM crash :- Problematic frame: # V [libjvm.so+0x546720]

Production server has gone down and the preliminary analysis find that it has encountered a JVM crash. The jboss server log and GC log seems to be ok. And the jvm error log mention the “Problematic frame: # V [libjvm.so+0x546720]”. Configuration details:- The server is 64 bit machine having 32 [...] read more
jboss
0votes
0answers

Arduino Yun Mini Bricked linux (kernel panic) SQUASHFS ERROR, Reflashing with serial YMODEM or Kermit, O WIFI, SD card, Eth, or USB

INTRODUCTION I am actually newbie to this advanced perspective of linux routers based systems as openWRT and i faced a problem with my Arduino Yun Mini board which found to be operated with this firmware for linux interfacing and WiFi module, So: THE PROBLEM: i tried to upgrade the system [...] read more
arduino
openwrt
u-boot
squashfs
kermit
0votes
1answer

How to debug kernel crash on /sbin/init during bootup?

I am trying to update the kernel * from 3.2 to 4.12. This is a custom kernel for a Power PC based architecture 32 bits. Here are the problems I am facing. The kernel boot parameters are passed from Uboot. I see that the kernel crashes on SyS_selec() . I [...] read more
linux-kernel
embedded-linux
yocto
powerpc
0votes
0answers

What should I do to run bubble sort?

I want to make bubble sort algorithm and I get this error. How to solve it? .data .text main: add $s0, $s0, $0 Loop1: slti $t0, $s0, 5 bne $t0, $0, Loop2 j Exit Loop2: addi $s1, $s0, 1 slti $t1, $s1, 5 bne $t1, $0, check j Loop1 check: [...] read more
assembly
mips
0votes
0answers

CodeBlocks quit unexpectedly with no action on MacOS

First, I apologize if this issue has been previously answered, please refer me to the answer if it exists already. Too often upon opening a CodeBlocks project or reading over one CodeBlocks will crash. The crashes do not occur during any action such as compiling or running code, but rather [...] read more
mac
crash
code-blocks
0votes
0answers

After replace libc.so.6 in i386-linux-gnu,gdb show segmentation fault

I'm trying to do a pwn challenge , and for simulate environment need replace libc.so.6 with given lib. After doing this gdb can't work and show the following information.I want know Where is the problem? How to fix it. gdb-peda$ start Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. [----------------------------------registers-----------------------------------] EAX: 0xf7f42722 [...] read more
linux
gdb
0votes
2answers

Raspberry Pi broke SD Card? Can't format

so, I have a 8GB SDHC from CnMemory. I used it for my Raspberry Pi. It worked so far. But then my raspberry froze (can't connect via ssh, apache didnt respond either). So I pulled the power out. I rebootet the raspberry. This time with my monitor. FS seemed corrupt. [...] read more
partitioning
sd-card
raspberry-pi
0votes
1answer

How to determine processor frequency scale down to ~200 MHz due to ThermStatus

I am attempting to determine what is causing an embedded industrial computer (ARK-1550-S9A1E) with Intel 4th Gen Core i5-4300U Dual Core to scale down all the cores to around ~200 MHz from 1.90 GHz There is several utilities/tools (turbostat or msr) tools that indicate that the reason it has scaled [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
cpu
intel-core-i5
cpufreq
0votes
0answers

windows 8.1 visual studio c++ opengl exception 0xC0000005: access violation while using the path 0x00000000

I am a beginner openGL programmer, learning openGL from a TouTube tutorial. I did exactly the same steps as the tutorial stated. I get this exception: Unhandled exception in 0x7732F949 in OpenGL.exe: 0xC0000005: access violation while using the path 0x00000000. here's the code: #include <GL/glew.h> #include <GLFW/glfw3.h> #include <iostream> static [...] read more
c++
opengl
exceptions
0votes
0answers

Watchdog timer rebooting during install - no access to BIOS to change timers

First time posting, as I typically like to figure this stuff out by myself, but need some guidance from the experts. I have an piece of hardware that runs a specialized version of openWRT, which is locked down and I do not want to use anymore. I want to install [...] read more
linux
bios
0votes
2answers

iTunes crashes with "Attempt to allocate 1073741824 bytes for NS/CFData failed" error

This is a pretty common occurrence. Every two days or so iTunes will crash on me with this error. FYI, 1073741824 is 2^30, which is gigabyte. The crash log is below if you're interested. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Process: iTunes [40778] Path: /Applications/iTunes.app/Contents/MacOS/iTunes Identifier: com.apple.iTunes Version: 9.0.1 (9.0.1) Build Info: iTunes-9010901~2 Code Type: [...] read more
macos
itunes
0votes
1answer

DISM fails. Worked once, but SFC was failing. Now DISM fails on restore

I have a really strange problem similar to this, but not the same. I started with sfc /SCANNOW and got the error: Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Details are included in the CBS.Log windir\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. For example C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. Note that logging is [...] read more
windows-8
chkdsk
dism
sfc
0votes
0answers

Extracting frame timestamp (PTS) and seting it as a file name

I have a video file that lasts 9.3s and was recorded at FPS=10. I would like to use FFMPEG in order to extract frames from this video at arbitrary FPS (e.g. FPS=3). Example command: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -filter:v "fps=3" image_index_timestamp.jpg But, I need to know which frame from original video [...] read more
video
ffmpeg
video-editing
0votes
1answer

UBI layout volume not found

I am following Bootlin's embedded Linux training which aims to put an embedded Linux system on an Atmel SAMA5D4 Xplained board (theory slides, practical lab instructions) and I am stuck a putting the whole system on the NAND flash. They ask me to put the DTB, the kernel, the root [...] read more
linux
embedded-linux
0votes
1answer

I added 5 drives to mdadm raid array, then I noticed 3 had partitions on them already. What is going to happen?

I have a 15 drive raid6 array using MDADM on ubuntu linux 18.04.2 server. I installed 5 more drives and added them to the raid array, and it started reshaping. However, after that I noticed that three of the drives had windows partitions on them. Did I screw it up? [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
software-raid
mdadm
raid6
0votes
0answers

Barebox bootchooser/state integration Raspberry Pi 3 issue

I have an issue regarding barebox bootchooser/state integration for Raspberry Pi 3 (used for multiple rootfs + RAUC software update). I am using the following: Yocto Pyro 2.3.2, barebox 2018.12.0 . I have successfully configured barebox, I can see the output on the debug console. Rpi 3 does not have [...] read more
raspberry-pi
bootloader
sd-card
software-update
yocto-project
0votes
0answers

Trouble uploading code to ESP12 with CH340g

I have a programming circuit for the esp12(see attached) enter image description here I have produced a pcb using this circuit. Upon plugging the pcb into my pc via the micro usb, the pc immediately recognizes the device. The problem comes when I hit the upload button in the Arduino [...] read more
firmware
0votes
1answer

Self-signed certificate with stunnel on linux

I'm trying to connect to an application over stunnel 5.44 on ubuntu 18.04. I'm using a config from a setup that is working on Windows and MacOS. It seems like the client is rejecting the authorisation due to using a self-signed certificate. Here is the redacted config: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [myapp] client [...] read more
linux
networking
certificate
stunnel
0votes
1answer

Can't access all RAM

I have an ASUS P6T Deluxe V2, BIOS version 1202 (latest) with an i7 920 and I try to install 24GB RAM, which consists in two sets of Corsair Vengeance 12GB-Triple-Channel-DDR3-Memory-Kit (i.e. 2 kits oer set of 3 x 4GB, PC3-12800 (1600MHz), 9-9-9-24, 1.5V). The BIOS detects only 16GB, although [...] read more
memory
motherboard
0votes
0answers

Different results between df & fdisk commands

I did resizing of my disk partition (/dev/mmcblk0p2), but after the process is done, what i get is the following results: df -h : Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mmcblk0p2 3.1G 3.1G 2.5M 100% / devtmpfs 360M 0 360M 0% /dev tmpfs 489M 4.0K 489M 1% /dev/shm tmpfs [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
partitioning
0votes
0answers

Why is host-initated USB3 Link Power Management (LPM) not enabled on my Linux system?

I'm running Linux kernel 4.20.17 on a Coffee Lake-based NUC which is always on, therefore I'd like to try to save as much power as possible when the system is idling. I have an external 2.5" bus-powered USB3.0 hard drive connected to it (to the root hub). I managed to [...] read more
linux
usb
power-management
0votes
1answer

How can I attempt to read bad sectors from the end of the disk, using ddrescue?

How can I attempt to read bad sectors from the end of the disk, using ddrescue? I have dynamic volumes and the LDR is kept at the end of the disk, unlike MBR. I remember that I've tried --reverse but it changed the direction from the last tried position (basically [...] read more
data-recovery
ddrescue
bad-blocks
dynamic-disk
0votes
1answer

Windows 10 cannot shut down

After recent Windows 10 update, windows will not shut down. It turn black as if shutting down but after that the computer stays on and go to login screen. (Same if I shut down from start menu of login screen.) Event Views - System Error matching shut down timeAll Event [...] read more
windows-10
shutdown
0votes
0answers

Is it possible to fix number of sectors in the USB enclosure?

I have a LUKS-encrypted external USB hard drive (1TB HGST Touro S). If I put the drive into the new USB enclosure, it reduces the number of sectors by 1 and I cannot mount the filesystem anymore. Is there a way to fix it without reformatting of HDD? In the [...] read more
partitioning
usb-storage
partition-recovery
luks
sectors
0votes
0answers

Windows: How to force Android Emulator to use Intel HAXM

Emulator tries to use WHPX instead of HAXM. Both HyperV and Windows Hypervisor Platform feature disabled. However log shows when running emulator from command line, it still tries to use WHPX via "-enable-whpx" flag thus crashing the emulator. How to force emulator to use HAXM? emulator: Checking whether Windows Hypervisor [...] read more
android
qemu
android-studio
android-x86
0votes
0answers

Virtual Box keeps throwing "memory could not be written" error

I just downloaded Oracle VirtualBox and it just randomly throws this error and the VM just closes: > The instruction at 0x00000000 referenced memory at 0x00000000. The memory could not be written. Click on OK to terminate the program. It doesn't happen at exact intervals either. Once I've started the [...] read more
virtualbox
virtual-machine
memory-error
0votes
0answers

Debugging MTP transmission/driver on windows

Basically I'm developing USB device, which will be using MTP for file transmission. It works fine with Konqueror, and Dolphin I can successfully copy files around, also mtp-getfile works (on Linux). On windows I can see my device and list files, but when I try to copy any of them, [...] read more
windows
usb
drivers
debug
mtp
0votes
0answers

wrapper a 32bit program using Wineskin Winery

I am trying to wrapper a 32bit program, but it failed to run. log is lilke Unhandled exception: page fault on read access to 0x00000000 in 32-bit code (0x00368dad). Register dump: CS:001b SS:0023 DS:0023 ES:0023 FS:1007 GS:000f EIP:00368dad ESP:0066f6b4 EBP:0066f958 EFLAGS:00210246( R- -- I Z- -P- ) EAX:0066f900 EBX:0066f9e4 ECX:ffffffff [...] read more
mac
wine
crossover
0votes
0answers

Unicode characters are doubled up in Powershell (Running under Cmder)

Ok, this is a weird one. For the last few years, I've used a Unicode lightning bolt symbol as my prompt in Powershell. I just got a new laptop and re-installed everything. I run Powershell using Cmder, and simply backed up the entire directory onto Dropbox and restored onto my [...] read more
windows
windows-10
powershell
unicode
cmder
0votes
0answers

HDD - 8 bad sectors

Screenshot from "Disks" utility Screenshot from "Logs" utility fdisk -l /dev/sdb command gives this: fdisk: cannot open /dev/sdb: Input/output error smartctl -a /dev/sdb returns this: smartctl 6.6 2016-05-31 r4324 [x86_64-linux-4.18.0-13-generic] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-16, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Device Model: ST2000LM007-1R8174 Serial [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
hard-drive
bad-sectors
0votes
0answers

How can I disable paid features in Adobe Reader DC without also disabling access to the Document Cloud?

I Adobe Reader DC, there is this list of tools: enter image description here [https://i.stack.imgur.com/5U128.png] Unfortunately, many of these tools are paid, so I consider them little more than ads. The "Comment" tool, however, is crucial for my work. So I do not want to simply hide the tool bar [...] read more
pdf
adobe-reader
0votes
1answer

Laptop HDD fail, Shows partition but can not copy data, testdisk MBR code fail

I use 2TB HDD in my laptop with 250 GB partition for windows 10 and rest for data storage. I switched my laptop so moved the HDD from old to new laptop and started the system. Windows logo came up but within a minute laptop crashed and then after nothing [...] read more
data-recovery
ntfs
partition-recovery
hard-drive-failure
testdisk
0votes
1answer

Why isn't my forced MAC address change working (Raspberry Pi)?

I'm working with Raspberry Pi Zeros on a subnet. I bought external Ethernet adapters for each one to connect them to one another. Unfortunately, these ethernet adapters all came with the exact same MAC addresses, making communication between the Pis near impossible. Because of that I've tried forcing a change [...] read more
linux
networking
raspberry-pi
subnet
0votes
1answer

How to secure erase a Western Digital My Cloud Mirror (Gen 2)?

Before transmitting a Western My Cloud Mirror 6TB NAS storage in RAID 1 (2x 3 TB) from one customer (selling it) to another one (buying it), I need to wipe the data, whilst preserving intact the system features. In the NAS, the drives were in RAID 1. I extracted them [...] read more
raid-1
secure-erase
0votes
2answers

USB Audio and Video devices no longer work after Windows 10 Update KB3176493

I'm not sure if it's related to KB3176493 as I can't find anything else relating. I've been searching all day and all I've found are a ton of totally unrelated Windows XP/8 posts. Anyway, came to my Computer today to find it rebooted. Great, update with telling me. Then I [...] read more
windows
windows-10
usb
audio
drivers
0votes
1answer

Cannot install Windows 7 on an Intel Pentium 4 HT Prescott PC

One of my relatives still runs XP on his machine (which is capable of running Windows 7, the CPU is newer than the one on my Dell). I told him that I will try to upgrade (clean install) his machine to Windows 7. Although gool ol' 7 is going to [...] read more
windows-7
boot
usb-boot
intel-pentium
0votes
0answers

"TPM Storage is not available" and other TPM issues

Three days ago I completely reinstalled Windows, including formatting my drives. Two days ago I installed the Windows Cumulative Update, KB4338819. After doing so, I got a TPM reset request on boot. I eventually did so, but Windows still reported an error. Here is the TPM log from that day: [...] read more
windows-10
windows-10-v1803
tpm
0votes
1answer

Linux server boot issue

I managed to mess the grub menu earlier and tried to fix the situation. Unfortunately I'm really out of ideas now. I get errors trying to run dpkg-reconfigure grub-pc and grub-install. grub-setup claims there is none of GPT partitions have a BIOS boot partition and that embedding is not possible. [...] read more
linux
ubuntu
boot
grub2
0votes
0answers

VBox: "memory could not be written" crash when enumerating USB

I have a similar question to this (unsolved) one, but mine has a big difference. I exactly know when the following error appears: > The instruction at 0x00000000 referenced memory at 0x00000000. The memory could not be written. It happens every time I right-click on the USB icon (inside the [...] read more
windows-7
usb
virtualbox
0votes
0answers

BSOD graphic driver nvlddmkm.sys error

My pc specs : * Asus p5g MX (motherboard) * Nvidia geforce 7300gs (graphic card) * Intel core 2 duo E7500 (CPU) * windows 7 ultimate x86 I am using my pc like all the day playing music and then I start need for speed mostwanted2005 and suddenly my pc [...] read more
bsod
nvidia-graphics-card
0votes
1answer

Windows 10 BlueSscreen Error

Source Windows Summary Shut down unexpectedly Date ‎04-‎02-‎2018 18:54 Status Report sent Problem signature Problem Event Name: BlueScreen Code: 124 Parameter 1: 0 Parameter 2: ffffbe80ec35a038 Parameter 3: 0 Parameter 4: 0 OS version: 10_0_16299 Service Pack: 0_0 Product: 256_1 OS Version: 10.0.16299.2.0.0.256.48 Locale ID: 16393 Extra information about the [...] read more
bsod
0votes
0answers

Faulty Ram? BSOD and Memtest errors

Two days ago, my Laptop started to create masses of BSODs. First randomly while using, then after every reboot, when desktop was loaded. Finally it was so bad that i cannot start my laptop anymore. First i thought it's a software problem, so i tried to reinstall windows. But this [...] read more
laptop
memory
bsod
memtest86+
0votes
0answers

Upgrading to Windows 10 fall creator fails

This is the setuperr.log. 2018-01-23 16:43:24, Error MOUPG CDlpActionImpl<class CDlpErrorImpl<class CDlpObjectInternalImpl<class CUnknownImpl<class IMoSetupDlpAction> > > >::Suspend(1066): Result = 0xC1800104 2018-01-23 16:43:24, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::ExecuteInstallMode(723): Result = 0x800705BB 2018-01-23 16:43:24, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::ExecuteDownlevelMode(347): Result = 0x800705BB 2018-01-23 16:43:24, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::Execute(237): Result = 0x800705BB 2018-01-23 16:43:24, Error MOUPG CSetupHost::Execute(375): Result = [...] read more
windows-10-v1703
0votes
2answers

How to enable texture acceleration in a VM running XP?

In my Windows 8 PC, I'm running a VM with Windows XP vía VirtualBox. I'm trying to play a game that uses DirectX 8.1. The dxdiag tool says DirectX 9.0c is installed, so there's no problem with the version. Under the Display/Screen tab, I have: * DirectDraw acceleration (enabled) * [...] read more
windows-xp
virtualbox
virtual-machine
directx
0votes
0answers

BSOD: BlueScreenView says it's NTFS.sys

I've been getting a lot of blue screens recently. I started to get them in my previous system (Windows 7) some 10 days ago and decided I might as well clean install Windows 10 on my PC. I've got an SSD and an HD. They were both formatted and then [...] read more
windows
windows-10
bsod
0votes
1answer

Can't write back a ddrescue(d) image to HD, ends up blank

I have an image file of a faulty harddrive created with ddrescue on Linux. The harddrive is 750GB, if I remember correctly, only about 30MB could not be saved. I do have some other faulty HDs and can't remember if this one belonged to my Windows or Linux computer. I'm [...] read more
linux
hard-drive
disk-image
ddrescue
0votes
1answer

local web development not working on OSX

I have DNSmasq setup properly to point any *.dev domains to localhost. My apache vhosts are all configured to the appropriate folders yet I am not getting any response from the local sites. I have been pulling my hair out and searching online for various answers without success. Just to [...] read more
dns
apache-http-server
webserver
dnsmasq
osx-server
0votes
1answer

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My parents' Dell Inspiron tower goes to sleep within ~3 minutes of inactivity, despite every power setting in Windows (screen saver, turn off screen, go to sleep, turn off hard-disk, etc.) either turned off or set to 60 minutes. This answer claims that Dell has been known to bundle their [...] read more
windows-10
sleep
power-management
dell-inspiron
0votes
0answers

0x124 WHEA Error Blue Screen Analysing dump files

I'm experiencing blue screens only while attempting to stream games and not at any other time, I've tried reinstalling windows and updating all drivers, I'm not overclocking in the bios. The blue screens only ever occur when I'm actually streaming using OBS and I'm running out of ideas.. If it [...] read more
windows
windows-10
bsod
crash
0votes
1answer

Installing Printer: Help analysing setupapi.dev.log

Been trying to install a USB Printer/Scanner. The installation fails to effectively detect/install the Printer during the phase of the installation where I connect the Printer via its USB cable. Does anyone here know how to effectively interpret the setupapi.dev.log file of the installation to determine what went wrong during [...] read more
windows-10
printer
setup
0votes
1answer

SSD is not booting after waking up from sleep mode with low battery condition: Disk /dev/sda doesn't contain a valid partition table

I've already found a way to erase the SSD and make it work again ( https://askubuntu.com/questions/409684/image-or-reset-broken-ssd). But I need to find a way to restore my data. The data on my ssd is very important (bachelor thesis). Any ideas? Here are some information I got using a livecd: fdisk -l [...] read more
hard-drive
boot
ssd
data-recovery
0votes
1answer

Windows shutting down rather than hibernating when battery level critical

According to Power Options, my laptop is set to hibernate when the battery level becomes critical, which is defined as 2%. I thought that is what happened last night, after I got the battery warning, and then when the display faded out shortly after that, and the hard disk started [...] read more
windows-7
power-options
0votes
2answers

Language Package not installing

I am getting a failed message when trying to download the dutch language package. I am going through the control panel > Clock,language and Region > Language. The windows update log is showing the following error: *RESUMED* Download ClientId = Windows Language Pack Installer Download call complete (succeeded = 0, [...] read more
windows-10
windows-update
language
-1votes
1answer

/dev/mapper Partition 1 does not start on physical sector boundary

How to fix "Partition 1 does not start on physical sector boundary" for "Disk /dev/mapper/isw_ddfdcbhjcj_Volume0"? sudo fdisk -l Disk /dev/mapper/isw_ddfdcbhjcj_Volume0: 935.4 GiB, 1004400541696 bytes, 1961719808 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 4096 bytes / 4096 [...] read more
linux
lvm
partition
-1votes
1answer

Only 2T for using after I fdisk the disk

I have a 4T disk: Disk /dev/sdc: 4000.8 GB, 4000787030016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 486401 cylinders, total 7814037168 sectors Units = section of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes Disk identifier: 0x00000000 After [...] read more
ubuntu
hard-drive
-1votes
2answers

How to mount disk on centos 6.4 KVM server

I have Centos 6.4 on KVM server already up running with couple of sites, now i am almost run out with space so i decide buy from the server provider more gb in order to increase the HDD. I contact the server provider and they told me I have to [...] read more
linux
centos
vps
kvm-virtualization
-1votes
3answers

Mysql crashes. Bad hard drive or hardware?

I've seen high loads and mysql crash 2 times in 1 week now. Could this be the cause? Any idea? Jan 3 09:49:19 HOST kernel: [2272100.568769] res 51/40:38:78:7f:f1/40:00:35:00:00/e0 Emask 0x9 (media error) Jan 3 09:49:19 HOST kernel: [2272100.569023] ata2.00: status: { DRDY ERR } Jan 3 09:49:19 HOST kernel: [2272100.569089] [...] read more
linux
hard-drive
hardware
ext4
-1votes
0answers

EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION at using native function jni c++

I tried to run my java program and I am getting following error at my java console. Excuse me please for the long question, i am already sitting a week on this task from work, while I do not have any C++ experience. I do not really understand, why this [...] read more
java
c++
dll
java-native-interface
-1votes
1answer

of type org.json.JSONObject cannot be converted to JSONArray

I am getting an error of type org.json.JSONObject cannot be converted to JSONArray. What is wrong with the code? Here are the data for android studio at the bottom. Thanks. 2019-08-08 15:20:47.259 25280-25404/com.example.json3 I/Adreno: PFP: 0x016ee155, ME: 0x00000000 2019-08-08 15:20:47.263 25280-25404/com.example.json3 I/OpenGLRenderer: Initialized EGL, version 1.4 2019-08-08 15:20:47.263 25280-25404/com.example.json3 D/OpenGLRenderer: [...] read more
android
-1votes
1answer

RCC_AHB2PeriphClockCmd

I'm beginner in Embedded programming. I'm programming in STM 32F407ZG. While programming the demo codes, i just came across the code RCC_AHB1PeriphClockCmd(RCC_AHB1Periph_GPIOF, ENABLE); what is this?, explain it. #include "stm32f4xx.h" #include "stm32f4xx_rcc.h" void delay() { for(int i=0;i<0x3FF;i++) for(int j=0;j<0x3FF;j++); } void mx_pinout_config(void) { GPIOG->ODR = 0x00000000; RCC_AHB1PeriphClockCmd(RCC_AHB1Periph_GPIOF, ENABLE); GPIOF->MODER = [...] read more
embedded
microcontroller
-1votes
0answers

Can't recognize the shellcode after overflowing the return address

I'm sure that I got the return address right. But I got a Segmentation fault after returning from the main function. I'm using 32-bit Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster). The c program is: // victim.c #include <string.h> int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { char little_array[512]; if(argc > 1) strcpy(little_array, argv[1]); return [...] read more
c
stack-overflow
shellcode
-1votes
1answer

Display media player notification

I have successfully been able to stream MP3 from server in my and now i want to display a media player notification with controls when the song starts to play. I have followed some tutorials on how to do that but I am still getting errors when trying to do [...] read more
android
notifications
android-mediaplayer
media-player
media
-2votes
1answer

Raid 5 the hard disks on Hetzner

Hi ordered a server from Hetzner and added a 500GB SSD to the server. Ran the installerimage and Im not sure Software Raid is working on all three Hard Drives of mine. How can I add Soft Raid to the newly added SSD as well? I don't mind reinstalling the [...] read more
linux
centos
linux-networking
software-raid
hetzner
-2votes
1answer

win xppro boots to bsod, reinstall won't fix

I have two pcs I'm working on, both win xp pro. One I built, one is HP Compaq. Both have been off internet for more than a year and running well. One day, the hp came up with bsod. I considered: virus, memory, hd, os glitched, mobo. This is what [...] read more
windows-xp
bsod
-3votes
0answers

Exception Thrown - Access violation writing location 0x00000000 using structs

I'm trying to copy from one struct which contains 3 variables into a different struct thats ment to contain the information in one char array using memcpy. I ran earlier into the error of not being able to handle the data that I input. Therefore im trying to write the [...] read more
c
windows
-3votes
1answer

How to fix 'access violation reading location' in this code in c++

I'm having a problem with this code (c++ in visual studio), the compiler shows this error message: Access violation reading location 0x00000000. The code is for a bank account where you can deposit, withdraw or see your balance and transactions. It seems that the error is in the last line, [...] read more
c++
visual-studio
location
access
-5votes
1answer

File I/O python

I am trying to find few strings in a file but the line.find() doesn't return true for any string in the file.Please have a look an suggest something.The search has to be sequential and I need to hold the offset value for every string which is found. and the search [...] read more
python
python-2.7
file
file-io

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