You can might be getting “TypeEror: closestHandle is undefined” or “TypeError: s is undefined” if you are using a slider with negative numbers.
I’m able to reproduce is here:
but the solution is easy. Min and max are numbers, not strings, and “-100″+10 == “-10010″
so change “100″ to 100 and “-100″ to -100, and all works well as seen here:
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Thanks to muks for this, there is no way I would remember this so:
openssl s_client -connect mail.gimp.org:25 -starttls smtp
shows that the name is for mail.gtk.org, which is probably bad.
the output looks something like:
depth=1 /C=US/ST=Minnesota/L=Robbinsdale/O=gtk.org/CN=gtk.org CA/emailAddressfirstname.lastname@example.org
verify error:num=19:self signed certificate in certificate chain
1 s:/C=US/ST=Minnesota/L=Robbinsdale/O=gtk.org/CN=gtk.org CA/emailAddressemail@example.com
No client certificate CA names sent
SSL handshake has read 3112 bytes and written 354 bytes
New, TLSv1/SSLv3, Cipher is DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA
Server public key is 2048 bit
Secure Renegotiation IS supported
Protocol : TLSv1
Cipher : DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA
Key-Arg : None
Krb5 Principal: None
Start Time: 1326071730
Timeout : 300 (sec)
Verify return code: 19 (self signed certificate in certificate chain)
If you want to upgrade from CentOS 6.0 or 6.1, all you need to do is run “yum update” as root, and then reboot. The reboot is required because the kernel is updated.
If you have CentOS 5.x or 4.x, then there is no path for you to update. For the adventurous, you can certainly get it to work, but you’ll be in for some pain. Check the release notes for some ideas on where to start: http://wiki.centos.org/Manuals/ReleaseNotes/CentOS6.2
The new installer in the 6.x release is a little easier to use, and the boot times are certainly much better.
If you use netinstall, then the URL containing the centos installation image for 64bit is:
And if for some crazy reason you are still using 32bit:
I’m a little at a loss as to why these URL’s aren’t in the installer by default.
I just had to post how much I love valgrind.
I have a long live C program that once ran for 400 days straight serving out requests for my website. It ran for so long that “ps’ just showed the year that it was started Anyway enhancements over the years have introduced some memory leaks, and within a number of hours, I had fixed all the leaks. Some of the changes were in code I hadn’t touched for years. It just makes things so easy. So .. thanks Julian!
finally! Here is the post from Karinbar:
congrats to all the guys who made that happen. Certainly seemed to be a bit trickier than last time.
It might not be too long before 6.1 also comes out, so if you are thinking of a major upgrade, you might consider waiting (although 6.0 will upgrade automatically anyway).
If you just download the firefox tar, then you’ll get an error:
./firefox-bin: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
./firefox-bin: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.9' not found (required by /home/cameron/firefox/libxul.so)
To fix this follow these steps.
download the file: firefox-4.0.tar.bz2
tar xvf firefox-4.0.tar.bz2
download the fedora rpm: libstdc++
rpm2cpio libstdc++-4.3.0-8.i386.rpm | cpio -i --make-directories
#note the lack of / at front of usr/lib in the line below
mv usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6* .
rmdir usr/lib usr
hope that helps..
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I get the following when I install firefox 4 on ubuntu:
exec: 398: firefox/firefox-bin: not found
If you are trying to install firefox 4 for ubuntu, you also need
sudo apt-get install ia32-libs
It’s about 40meg, and after that you can either run it from the command line (firefox/firefox) or double click on “firefox” from gnome.
I didn’t setup my svn in the standard way. Standard convention would say it looks something like this:
As I have previously posted, I don’t like the tools dictating how I should setup my source tree. So I have:
etc… projecta and project b interact with other (one is libraries).
but now I need a branch. So what I did was create a “branch” project for my “betabranch”.
mkdir -p branch/betabranch
svn import branch http://somehere/svn/branch
So now I can easily branch the code with
svn copy http://somewhere/svn/projecta http://somewhere/svn/branch/betabanch/projecta
I haven’t done the merge yet, so I might be in for some pain. We will see..