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  • FFmpeg / MPlayer w/ AMR-NB support for 3GP | boompty boomp
    got both ffmpeg and mplayer built correctly by going into each package s source and mkdir libavcodec amr float cd libavcodec amr float wget http www 3gpp org ftp Specs archive 26 series 26 104 26104 510 zip unzip 26104 510 zip unzip 26104 510 ANSI C source code zip I then used these configure options to enable amr nb support on each package ffmpeg configure enable libamr nb mplayer configure enable amr nb There s mention of an amr nb fixed and amr nb float default and according to libavcodec amr c in mplayer s source the float encoder is faster so I ve just opted to trying to use that when possible This entry was posted in Linux Bookmark the permalink Using awk to sum a certain column monit Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Search for Archives October 2013 March 2013 February 2013 May 2012 January 2012 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 February 2011 June 2010 April 2010 March 2010 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 May 2009 April 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 Categories Ceph

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  • Using awk to sum a certain column | boompty boomp
    1024 This entry was posted in Linux Bookmark the permalink Routing mail out through an additional IP FFmpeg MPlayer w AMR NB support for 3GP Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Search for Archives October 2013 March 2013 February 2013 May 2012 January 2012 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 February 2011 June 2010 April 2010 March 2010 September 2009 August 2009

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  • Testing SMTP authentication on the command-line | boompty boomp
    com 25 Trying x x x x Connected to mail server com Escape character is 220 mail server com ESMTP HELO client test com 250 mail server com AUTH LOGIN 334 dGVzdGVAdGVzdC5jb20 cmFjaw 334 dGVzdGluZw dGVtcDEyMw 235 go ahead MAIL FROM test test com 250 ok RCPT TO someone somedomain com 250 ok DATA 354 go ahead Subject b00mpty b00mpt 250 ok 1151062976 qp 25446 QUIT 221 mail server com Connection closed by foreign host After you auth login you can enter a base64 encoded username on one line and base64 encoded password on another and that s all that is required This entry was posted in Linux Bookmark the permalink Testing IMAP on the command line Routing mail out through an additional IP Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Search for Archives October 2013 March 2013 February 2013 May 2012 January 2012 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 February 2011 June 2010 April 2010 March 2010 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 May 2009 April 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 Categories Ceph Linux OpenStack OS X Ruby Ruby on

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  • Testing IMAP on the command-line | boompty boomp
    in Linux Bookmark the permalink Block sizes Testing SMTP authentication on the command line Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Search for Archives October 2013 March 2013 February 2013 May 2012 January 2012 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 February 2011 June 2010 April 2010 March 2010 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 May 2009 April 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November

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  • wp-syntax | boompty boomp
    in geshi geshi php from result str replace array semi pipe array result aTransSpecchar array amp quot lt gt This fix is related to SF 1923020 but has to be applied regardless of actually highlighting symbols Circumvent a bug with symbol highlighting This is required as would produce undesirable side effects if it was not to be processed as an entity semi Force to be processed as entity pipe Force to be processed as entity ENT COMPAT set To result str replace array semi pipe array result aTransSpecchar array amp quot lt gt This fix is related to SF 1923020 but has to be applied regardless of actually highlighting symbols Circumvent a bug with symbol highlighting This is required as would produce undesirable side effects if it was not to be processed as an entity semi Force to be processed as entity pipe Force to be processed as entity ENT COMPAT set This seems to that fix the immediate problem while probably breaking something else as per the comments This entry was posted in Wordpress Bookmark the permalink monit attr accessor One Response to wp syntax Artem Russakovskii says June 16 2008 at 9 54 am Thanks I just ran

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  • boompty boomp | Page 5
    GNU gdb Red Hat Linux 6 5 37 el5 2 2rh Copyright C 2006 Free Software Foundation Inc GDB is free software covered by the GNU General Public License and you are welcome to change it and or distribute copies of it under certain conditions Type show copying to see the conditions There is absolutely no warranty for GDB Type show warranty for details This GDB was configured as i386 redhat linux gnu no debugging symbols found Using host libthread db library lib libthread db so 1 gdb run X At this point go ahead and hit the site in an attempt to reproduce the segmentation fault Once you ve got a segmentation fault it should return you to the gdb shell run gdb backtrace That should hopefully give you some indication as to where the segmentation fault is happening Update You can also bind to a running process by doing gdb p pid Posted in Linux Tagged apache Leave a comment Running a syntax check on etc my cnf Posted on October 9 2008 by admin Usually I update variables on the fly using something like mysql SET GLOBAL max connections 150 and then modify etc my cnf to make the change persistent The problem in doing this is that you re not verifying that your etc my cnf is correct and can only hope that a restart doesn t encounter any problems Fortunately Sai emailed us a great little tip to verify the syntax You can run the following which will report errors in etc my cnf usr libexec mysqld help verbose 081009 9 55 36 ERROR usr libexec mysqld unknown variable mmax connections 150 Perfect Just what the doctor ordered Posted in Linux Tagged mysql 1 Comment iptables Posted on October 3 2008 by admin Since I m always forgetting the following is necessary on the host box if you re running virtual machines w networking configured in NAT mode iptables t nat A POSTROUTING o eth0 j MASQUERADE This also requires sysctl w net ipv4 ip forward 1 The entry below simply port forwards 2222 on the host to the virtual machine iptables t nat A PREROUTING p tcp dport 2222 j DNAT to 192 168 237 2 22 Posted in Linux Tagged iptables Leave a comment Gentoo Posted on October 2 2008 by admin The following file contains a nice description of the available USE flags usr portage profiles use desc Per package USE flags can be defined in etc portage package use The following file lists explicitly installed packages var lib portage world This file contains a lot of emerge messages that are sometimes missed when packages are installed var log portage elog summary log equery part of gentoolkit is a tool that mildly resembles rpm gentoo equery files sysklogd Searching for packages matching sysklogd Contents of app admin sysklogd 1 4 2 pre20061230 r2 etc etc conf d etc conf d sysklogd usr share man man8 sysklogd 8 bz2 usr share man man8

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  • admin | boompty boomp | Page 4
    nginx GuestPort 80 VBoxManage setextradata Debian VBoxInternal Devices pcnet 0 LUN 0 Config nginx HostPort 8080 I believe a reboot Continue reading Posted in OS X Tagged virtualbox Leave a comment lookupd Posted on April 16 2009 by admin I noticed that after adding an entry to etc hosts on Mac OS X and then removing that entry the IP would remain cached for a while even after clearing browser cache closing re opening browser etc I haven t looked at lookupd in Continue reading Posted in OS X Leave a comment nc netcat Posted on April 16 2009 by admin This is a great way to quickly get a file from one machine to another Box 1 192 168 1 2 cat path to existing file nc q 10 l p 7878 Box 2 192 168 1 3 nc w 10 192 168 1 3 7878 some path to create file Click Continue reading Posted in Linux Leave a comment Installing build tools on Debian Ubuntu Posted on January 8 2009 by admin Instead of installing each package one by one you can apt get install build essential On my machine this installed The following NEW packages will be installed binutils build essential cpp cpp 4 1 dpkg dev g g 4 1 gcc gcc 4 1 libssp0 libstdc 6 4 1 dev make patch Posted in Linux Tagged debian Leave a comment Removing associated records Posted on December 16 2008 by admin I was doing the following to remove associated records from comments when removing the parent event record event Event find params id comments event comments find all if event destroy Comment destroy comments flash notice Event deleted else flash error There was a problem deleting Continue reading Posted in Ruby on Rails Leave a comment Rails

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  • Linux | boompty boomp | Page 4
    PRIVATE not defined in file ld linux so 2 with link time reference After Continue reading Posted in Linux Leave a comment Retain site s hostname w mod rewrite Posted on August 18 2008 by admin Let s say you want to apply a rewrite rule to several domains while retaining the site s hostname when redirecting Something like this seems to work RewriteEngine on RewriteRule panel https HTTP HOST 8443 L Now if only I could figure out why this Continue reading Posted in Linux Tagged apache Leave a comment Running two instances of Apache on one machine CentOS Posted on August 12 2008 by admin I haven t put this into production but I tested it and it seems so far to work OK First off cp a etc httpd etc httpd2 cp a etc init d httpd etc init d httpd2 cp a etc sysconfig httpd etc sysconfig httpd2 ln s usr sbin httpd usr sbin httpd2 Continue reading Posted in Linux Tagged apache centos Leave a comment xen Posted on August 11 2008 by admin So one of my dislikes w xen was that I couldn t get any of the www jailtime org images to work and I had no idea how to create non CentOS images After having a look at the man page for virt install I Continue reading Posted in Linux Tagged xen 1 Comment PHP 4 RPM PHP 5 source Posted on July 25 2008 by admin I used to get a request from time to time to install PHP 4 PHP 5 simultaneously on a machine Unfortunately I wasn t able to find a solution to allow Apache to use both modules at the same time Continue reading Posted in Linux Tagged php Leave a comment postfix MySQL support on

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