Windows error 0x00000043, 67

Detailed Error Information

BAD_NET_NAME[1]

MessageThe network name cannot be found.
Declared inwinerror.h

This appears to be a raw Win32 error. More information may be available in error 0x80070043.

NO_SUCH_PARTITION[2]

This is a Blue Screen of Death stop code. More information is available in the Knowledge Base article Bug Check 0x43: NO_SUCH_PARTITION.

HRESULT analysis[3]

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[3][1]
DescriptionThe default facility code.[3][1]
Error Code67 (0x0043)

Possible solutions

4

openldap proxied authorization

configuration
openldap
proxied-authorization

I went through that about a year ago, proxy authorization use to drive me crazy. So I may not have the definitive answer, but maybe I can help.

First of all: increase your loglevel on slapd ! It's verbose but it helps. Second: use ldapwhoami to test proxy authorization. The you can specify a target user with the -X option, and your proxy user in -U.

# ldapwhoami -U proxyuser -Y DIGEST-MD5 -X u:targetuser -H ldap://localhost

You should have two parameters enabled in your configuration. The olcAuthzPolicy (that you have) and the olcAuthzRegexp (used to build the SASL authentication string). Here is what I have in my configuration:

olcAuthzRegexp: "^uid=([^,]+).*,cn=[^,]*,cn=auth$"
                "ldap:///dc=example,dc=net??sub?(uid=$1)"
olcAuthzPolicy: to

And, finally, as you stated, your proxyuser should have a authzTo attribute. Here is the definition of one of my proxy user:

dn: cn=proxyuser,dc=example,dc=net
uid: proxyuser
mail: proxyuser@example.net
sn: proxyuser
cn: proxyuser
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
objectClass: top
structuralObjectClass: inetOrgPerson
authzTo: {0}ldap:///dc=example,dc=net??sub?(objectClass=inetOrgPerson)
userPassword:: iodqwhdowihw0123hef92e=

Now that should be enough to make proxy authorization work (once again, test it with ldapwhoami). I have written a chapter on this on my wiki (SASL and proxy authorization), since I needed it to connect from cyrus-imapd and postfix to openldap. For more information, take a look at it: http://wiki.linuxwall.info/doku.php/en:ressources:dossiers:openldap:openldap_debian#sasl

answered on Server Fault Feb 27, 2011 by Julien Vehent
4

Why does this method throw a Segmentation fault?

c
json
parsing
segmentation-fault
token

EDIT After looking at the source code...

for (i = parser->toknext; i < num_tokens; i++) {
    jsmn_fill_token(&tokens[i], JSMN_PRIMITIVE, -1, -1);
}

It initializes all of the structures but ->start and->end will equal -1, which is why memcmp is failing.

for (int i = 0; i < N_TOKENS; ++i) {
    jsontok_t *key = &tokens[i];
    if (key->start == -1) return NULL;
    if (!memcmp("utterance", &json[key->start], (size_t) (key->end - key->start))) {
        ++key;
        return strndup(&json[key->start], (size_t)(key->end - key->start));
    }
}

Checking for a -1 value in ->start or ->end should be sufficient.

answered on Stack Overflow Aug 6, 2013 by Louis Ricci
3

openldap proxied authorization

configuration
openldap
proxied-authorization

After solving several config problems with Julien's help, I discovered a bug in the UnboundID LDAP SDK v2.0.0 which apparently causes modify requests to be sent without their controls. I got excellent support in their forum, they put up a new build for me within a few hours of my posting logs identifying the problem, and it sounds like it will be fixed in the 2.1.0 release. Now my code is working as intended.

answered on Server Fault Mar 4, 2011 by Brad Mace
3

Error comparing strings in assembly language: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x00000043

x86
inline-assembly

The problem is that you set both the source and the destination register to wrong values.
I'm gonna explain that:

The function ReadConsole has the following signature:

BOOL WINAPI ReadConsole(
  _In_     HANDLE  hConsoleInput,
  _Out_    LPVOID  lpBuffer,
  _In_     DWORD   nNumberOfCharsToRead,
  _Out_    LPDWORD lpNumberOfCharsRead,
  _In_opt_ LPVOID  pInputControl
);

With

mov ESI, choice

you are copying your fourth parameter of ReadConsole, choice, to ESI.
choice contains the NumberOfCharsRead, so it is no memory pointer, but rather a length value. This doesn't work.

With

mov EDI, letterC

you move the value of letterC to EDI rather than its address. To get the address to EDI, you'd have to use

mov EDI, OFFSET letterC

This error becomes obvious in your error message which reads

Access violation reading location 0x00000043.

The value of 0x00000043 equals to the ASCII char value of the character C, 0x43. To get its address - which would be correct - you can use the LEA instruction like lea EDI, letterC or the OFFSET directive which is more efficient. Reading or writing to a value as address will almost always result in an error.


To make it right, take into consideration the following approach:

invoke ReadConsoleA, inputHandle, addr buffer, bufSize, addr choice,0
CLD            
MOV  ESI, OFFSET buffer   ; address of buffer is source
MOV  EDI, OFFSET letterC  ; address of letterC is destination
MOV  ECX, choice          ; length of string is choice (bytes read)
REPE CMPSB                ; execute

This solution is better, but it contains a major error: REPE CMPSB compares characters and continues comparing them as long as they're equal. But your letterC is only one character long, so you will get an overflow after passing the C character - the second iteration.


Your question is unclear on what you really expect, so the following is a mere speculation:
A possible alternative would be using REPNE SCASB with the character letterC in AL (MOV AL, letterC) which would search for the first occurrence of C:

invoke ReadConsoleA, inputHandle, addr buffer, bufSize, addr choice,0
CLD            
MOV   EDI, OFFSET buffer  ; address of buffer is search source
MOV   EAX, letterC        ; value of letterC
MOV   ECX, choice         ; length of string is choice (bytes read)
REPNE SCASB               ; execute
answered on Stack Overflow Apr 13, 2018 by zx485 • edited Apr 15, 2018 by zx485
2

Change display format of DirectX "Object Table"

visual-studio-2012
hlsl
directx-11

You need to change the format through the Graphics Object Table (menu Debug > Graphics > Object Table).

Select your index buffer in the table and then change its format using the Buffer Format combo box at the top of the Graphics Object Table.

answered on Stack Overflow Jul 27, 2013 by AkisK
1

Error when trying to copy over the network using robocopy

networking
batch
cmd.exe
robocopy

Remove the trailing backslashes from the source and destination path names.

Note syntax from robocopy /?:

     source :: Source Directory (drive:\path or \\server\share\path).
destination :: Destination Dir  (drive:\path or \\server\share\path).
answered on Super User May 25, 2015 by Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007
1

Blue Screen error BAD_POOL_CALLER 0x000000C2

windows-xp
bsod

When I was getting bsod's like these it turned out to be a faulty memory module. Have you tried running Memtest86?

answered on Super User Jan 11, 2010 by CGA • edited Jan 11, 2010 by CGA
1

Code generation for Python 3 annotation with default value

python-3.x
bytecode
cpython
disassembly

Below is uncompyle6's deparse of the above. I'm not totally sure it is correct that the first argument of mkfunc_annotate is rightly called a pos_arg rather than say a default value arg.

One of the subtle points in the assembly above is that the LOAD_CONST is of a tuple (with one argument) and that is important in clueing a deparser (or person) in that the function is annotated.

stmts
    sstmt
        stmt
            funcdef_annotate (2)
                 0. mkfunc_annotate (7)
                     0. pos_arg
                        expr
                            L.   1       0  LOAD_CONST            5  5
                     1. annotate_arg
                        expr
                                         3  LOAD_CONST               'an argument that defaults to 5'
                     2. annotate_tuple
                                     6  LOAD_CONST               ('x',)
                     3.              9  LOAD_CONST               '<code_object foo>'
                     4.             12  LOAD_CONST               'foo'
                     5.             15  EXTENDED_ARG     131074  '131072'
                     6.             18  MAKE_FUNCTION_A_2_1        '1 positional, 0 keyword pair, 2 annotated'
                 1. designator
                                21  STORE_NAME               'foo'
answered on Stack Overflow Jul 9, 2017 by rocky • edited Aug 1, 2017 by rocky
1

Why does this method throw a Segmentation fault?

c
json
parsing
segmentation-fault
token

Your tokens[] array is uninitialized before you pass it to parseJson(), so once you iterate beyond the last token (the seventh one in your second example) you're trying to run memcmp() on uninitialized nonsense address values. That's causing your seg fault. Initialize tokens[] to something and then check for that initialization value in the start/end fields during your for() loop.

For example, I'd probably initialize tokens[] to zero ( via memset(&tokens, 0, sizeof(tokens)); ) and during each iteration of the loop check for length zero ( key->end - key->start ) to see if the token is actually valid before passing it to memcmp(). Bail out of the loop with a break; if the token has length zero.

(Or, if a token can have a legitimate zero-length, use some other value.)

answered on Stack Overflow Aug 6, 2013 by Andrew Cottrell
1

Causing another application to copy data to clipboard

.net
winforms
winapi
clipboard

You could use PostMessage

Or try SendInput, although then you have to give the target window the focus first.

answered on Stack Overflow Aug 29, 2010 by Ben Voigt
1

Seg Fault in ARM Assembly

c
assembly
beagleboneblack

The answer to my question was actually really simple. Since ldr r0, =beagle_bone_0 loads the address of beagle_bone_0 into register 0 I can just manipulate beagle_bone_0 with that address.

Working test code:

    .syntax unified

    .data

beagle_bone_0:  .ascii  "Hello, world\n"

    .text

    .global main

main:
    push    {ip, lr}

    ldr     r0, =beagle_bone_0
    mov     r1, #0x65
    strb    r1, [r0]

    bl      printf

    pop     {ip, pc}
answered on Stack Overflow Dec 7, 2014 by schmidt73
0

RoboCopy unable to copy between a server on a domain to a computer in a workgroup

windows
network-shares
domain
robocopy
workgroup

If it is a domain controller he cannot create local accounts. Please note that there are several caveats to follow to allow proper access between a domain joined computer and workgroup computer. These mostly focus on remote powershell, remote command line and server manager.

Try to use UNC path instead, similar to:

net use \\<SOURCE>\IPC$ /user:username password
robocopy  \\<SOURCE>\backup c:\BACKUP / /S /SEC /V  /NDL /NP /NFL /LOG:"c:\log.txt" /R:1 /W:1 
net use /delete
answered on Super User Jun 27, 2015 by Bernd
0

RoboCopy unable to copy between a server on a domain to a computer in a workgroup

windows
network-shares
domain
robocopy
workgroup

This answer is related to sync copy data to an existing directory with the same root folder name

e.g.

robocopy "c:**Public**" "H:**public**" /s /e /w:01 /r:01 /NODCOPY

In case you want to original permission at the destination file use the option /NODCOPY

/s /e /w:01 /r:01 /NODCOPY

answered on Super User Oct 10, 2015 by yossi
0

RoboCopy unable to copy between a server on a domain to a computer in a workgroup

windows
network-shares
domain
robocopy
workgroup

I stumbled across the same problem, on a Windows 10 installation. I am able to workaround it though, as I found that the problem was the /DCOPY:DA switch. Using /DCOPY:T for instance worked fine. So, not sure about the real cause, but I can live with the workaround, at least for now...

answered on Super User Oct 15, 2015 by Spiralis
0

Blue Screen error BAD_POOL_CALLER 0x000000C2

windows-xp
bsod

This looks like a bad memory to me. Before changing the modules it would be worth a try to clean the contacts on them with isopropyl alcohol and give them a gentle rub to get rid of any oxidation. Also if running in a dual-channel mode make sure you are using exactly the same modules in each paired slot.

answered on Super User Jan 11, 2010 by (unknown user)
0

Blue Screen error BAD_POOL_CALLER 0x000000C2

windows-xp
bsod

You're experiencing the problem due to several reasons- such as corrupt OS files, recent hardware changes, incorrect system settings, corrupt cache contents and other reasons. Repair your system files through System File Checker tool, disconnect recently connected hardware, revert-back newly applied system settings and delete temporary files and cache contents.

Download Hotfix and check if the problem still persists. Alternatively, perform manual steps given below until your problem is completely fixed. The actual steps are given below:

Step 1: Repair System Files

  1. Insert Windows OS installation disc.
  2. Click the Start button, point to All Programs | Accessories.
  3. Right click Command Prompt, choose Run as administrator.
  4. Type the following command- SFC /SCANNOW
  5. Press ENTER.
  6. Reboot your PC when you're done.

Step 2: Disconnect Recently Installed Hardware

Disconnect any recently installed hardware devices. Check for "Compatible for Windows" logo on the hardware package.

Step 3: Delete Cache Contents

  1. Click Start, point to All Programs | Accessories.
  2. Select Disk CleanUp.
  3. Select a disk drive, click OK.

Step 4: Restore Recent Settings

  1. Click Start, point to All Programs | Accessories.
  2. Select System Restore.
  3. Click Next, follow the on-screen wizard.
answered on Super User Nov 10, 2013 by JohnSmith420
0

Blue screen of death while installing Windows XP SP2

windows-xp
bsod
windows-installation

Very good chance that this is bad memory, and not a software problem at all. Try running a memory test tool, like MemTest86.

answered on Super User Apr 27, 2013 by ckhan
0

Blue screen of death while installing Windows XP SP2

windows-xp
bsod
windows-installation

Sounds to me like a hard drive problem .. may be possible to recover by booting using a 'Live' CD with 'Parted Magic' & doing a complete format ..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parted_Magic

answered on Super User Sep 24, 2013 by steve b
0

Seg Fault in ARM Assembly

c
assembly
beagleboneblack

I ran and debugged your code. The line mov r0, beagle_bone_0 didn't even compile (on my compiler, at least). You want to load in r0 the address of beagle_bone. For this, you should use the adr pseudo-instruction, that is translated by the compiler in a pc-relative move (something like mov r0, [pc, #8]. You cannot use it this way. Probably your compiler translated it into something different.

So, to fix it, just replace the line mov r0, beagle_bone_0 by adr r0, beagle_bone_0.

Also the string was in the .text section which we cannot edit. So, I put beagle_bone_0 in the .data section.

answered on Stack Overflow Dec 7, 2014 by Paul92 • edited Dec 7, 2014 by user61382
0

Strange stack trace in Windows Phone 8

windows-phone-8
crash-dumps

In your case finding the Solution would be needed lots of surfing through sites and Search for the Description of Error codes and find solution for it or You can simply Analyze crash reports. you’ll receive a certification report that contains additional files that you can use to identify what happened. Depending on the type of error that occurred, you’ll receive either A crash dump file or An ErrorInfo file. To examine these files, Dev centre recommend that you use either Microsoft Visual Studio or the Windows Debugger Tools. Have Look over here Analyzing crash reports and Improving apps with Quality reports. Hope this help you out.

answered on Stack Overflow Jun 24, 2014 by A B

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