DAEMON tools was originally a successor of Generic SafeDisc emulator and incorporated all of its features. The program claims to be able to defeat most copy protection schemes such as SafeDisc and SecuROM. It is currently compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. DAEMON Tools has a special mode for proper operation of copies of discs with advanced protection (SafeDisc, SecuRom and LaserLock, CDCOPS, StarForce and Protect CD), which are used on some discs with games.
DAEMON Tools Pro Standard offers essential tools for emulation and image making.Functionality:-Mount *.mdx, *.mds/*.mdf, *.iso, *.b5t, *.b6t, *.bwt, *.ccd, *.cdi, *.bin/*.cue, *.ape/*.cue, *.flac/*.cue, *.nrg, *.isz disc images to a virtual drive-Create .iso, *.mds/*.mdf and *.mdx images of CD, DVD, Blu-ray discs-Make a compressed disc image or split the image to several files-Protect images with password
After connecting successfully to Paylocity and starting the MySQL daemon, create a MySQL ODBC data source.When working with ODBC data sources, you specify connection properties in a DSN (data source name).
Symptoms: SQL (Oracle) monitor daemon might hang with high monitoring load (hundreds of monitors). DBDaemon debug log contains messages indicating hung connection aborting and that the address in use, unable to connect.
Fix: This release fixes the address-in-use issue, and contains multiple monitor improvements to handle aborts and restarts of the SQL monitor daemon as well so that the system handles hung connections without aborting.
Symptoms: big3d memory consumption can grow if big3d is unable to process monitor requests in a timely fashion. This can be seen by monitoring the memory consumption of big3d using standard OS tools such as top.
Symptoms: These symptoms apply to version 12.0.0 and later: When only multicast failover is configured, traffic-groups are active on all devices in the device-group. If unicast failover is also configured, the traffic-group unexpectedly switches to a different device. These symptoms can occur on all versions: When the unicast address list is changed at the same time as other device properties, sod (the failover daemon) may fail to recognize one of the other changes.
Symptoms: If you use the LTM GUI in a clustered environment to add an IP Encapsulation profile to a Pool, then click Update, mcpd and other daemons may restart on secondary blades in the cluster. When this occurs, errors similar to the following will be logging from the secondary blades: -- err mcpd: 01020036:3: The requested pool profile (49825) was not found. -- err mcpd: 01070734:3: Configuration error: Configuration from primary failed validation: 01020036:3: The requested pool profile (49825) was not found.
Conditions: This happens only when the following conditions are met: -- 10000-series appliances. -- At reboot, at a restart of the bcm56xxd daemon, or when a copper SFP is enabled or disabled. -- There is at least one copper SFP present in the appliance. -- Interfaces are spread between hardware muxes. That means some SFPs are in ports 1.1-1.8 and other SFPs are in ports 1.9-1.16.
Symptoms: bigd generates a core file and restarts. The system writes a message to /var/log/ltm that is similar to the following: notice sod: 01140029:5: HA daemon_heartbeat bigd fails action is restart.
Symptoms: A particular stage of validation can take longer than the ha-daemon heartbeat interval, and while nothing is actually wrong, the system responds as if there is an unresponsive daemon, so the system restarts it.
Symptoms: bigd crashes and generates a core file. The system logs entries in /var/log/ltm that are similar to the following: sod: 01140029:5: HA daemon_heartbeat bigd fails action is restart. This issue is more likely to occur if /var/log/ltm contains entries similar to the following: info bigd: reap_child: child process PID = 9198 exited with signal = 9.
Well I'll answer my own question. :-) I dug into Puppet last week - the tools it has for creating users, installing packages configuring systems etc would take a lot of time to rebuild from scratch in Capistrano. So I've become a Puppet user & believe its worth the time to learn. But this is a complicated tool, and it still seems like there is a need for a simpler deploy tool than Chef or Puppet.
Mixing capistrano and puppet/chef could be an option. As you said, creating users , installing packages and ensuring they stay installed are what tools like puppet/chef are made for. On the other hand configuring anything app specific i.e. nginx host, unicorn and so forth is easier using capistrano because it is more closely related to the application.
The authorization key must remain attached, to the USB portwhile XCAP is running. If the authorization key is missing, ordisconnected while XCAP is running, then XCAP-Plus, XCAP-Std orXCAP-Ltd, will behave similar to the XCAP-Lite version; selectedimage processing and analysis tools will not be operational.
Do not connect the printer port authorization key to a 25-pinserial (RS-232) port, or to any other interface that happens to usethe same style connector; the authorization key will not function,might be permanently damaged, and the warranty will be void!
The authorization key must remain attached, to the printer portor USB port as appropriate, while XCAP is running. If theauthorization key is missing, or disconnected while XCAP isrunning, then XCAP-Plus, XCAP-Std or XCAP-Ltd, will behave similarto the XCAP-Lite version; selected image processing and analysistools will not be operational.
The optional pixcitty_*.ko driver isused in addition to, and installed after, the correspondingpixci_*.ko driver. The optionalpixcitty_*.ko is NOT needed for access tothe Camera Link serial port via XCLIB's proprietary API, nor is itneeded by XCAP.
For manual installation, correcting problems, or integrationwith an OEM's procedures, installation instructions are provided intext file hardlock/INSTALL within the XCAPinstallation directory. Alternately, see the hardlock/drv/src_i386/Makefile for compiling theparallel port key driver under the current kernel, the hardlock/drv/pinst shell file for installing theparallel port key driver, and the hardlock/sbin/dinst shell file for installing the USBkey daemon, all within the XCAP installation directory.
Particularly useful for use with SILICON VIDEO® 10C6, 10M6,1281M, 1281C, 1310, 1310C, 15C5, 1C45, 1M45 2112, 2112C, 2KS-C,2KS-M, 5C10, 5M10, 642M, 642C, 643M, 643C, 9C10, 9M001, 9M001C,9T001C, WGA-C, and WGA-M cameras; these SILICON VIDEO® cameraheads use a I2C or similar two wireserial bus to control camera head features.
If bit 0x20 is not set, a portion of frame buffer memory isreserved for serial data buffers used in conjunction with CameraLink serial communication. (For the PIXCI® CL3SD which hason-board frame buffer memory, a small static buffer is used inplace of frame buffer memory). If bit 0x20 is set, memory isallocated dynamically from the operating system for serial databuffers. The dynamic memory allocation option is not availableunder Windows 95, 98, or ME.
The PIXCI® Serial Terminal allows''raw'' communication with a camera connected to the serial port onselected models of the PIXCI® frame grabber. For many cameras,XCAP includes more convenient, camera-specific ''smart'' controls,provided after a camera-specific frame grabber is opened, via theCapture - Adjustments.
For drop-down list selection fields used to select a serial''COM'' port (for Windows) or ''ttyS'' device (for Linux), rightclicking the selection field yields an options menu which in turnprovides a Refresh feature which updates the list based on theoperating system's currently installed ports or devices.
For cameras which are configured via RS-232 serial commands,neither of the above methods re-configures the camera via itsserial commands. For many cameras, the camera's defaultconfiguration can be changed using the manufacturer's software.Alternately, an application note in the XCLIBReference Manual describes how to use serial commands tore-configure the camera via XCLIB. In either case, it is importantthat the camera's configuration, such as trigger mode versusfree-run mode, match the PIXCI® frame grabber'sconfiguration.
There is a vulnerability in sendmail that can be exploited to cause adenial-of-service condition and could allow a remote attacker toexecute arbitrary code with the privileges of the sendmail daemon, typically root.
For more information, please see ://www.sendmail.com/security/For the latest information about this vulnerability, including themost recent vendor information, please see vulnerability is distinct from VU#398025. II. ImpactSuccessful exploitation of this vulnerability may cause a denial-of-servicecondition or allow an attacker to gain the privileges of the sendmail daemon,typically root. Even vulnerable sendmail servers on the interior of a givennetwork may be at risk since the vulnerability is triggered by the contents ofa malicious email message.III. SolutionApply a patch from Sendmail Inc.Sendmail has produced patches for versions 8.9, 8.10, 8.11, and8.12. However, the vulnerability also exists in earlier versions ofthe code; therefore, site administrators using an earlier version areencouraged to upgrade to 8.12.9. These patches, and a signature file,are located at ://ftp.sendmail.org/pub/sendmail/prescan.tar.gz.uu.ascApply a patch from your vendorMany vendors include vulnerable sendmail servers as part of theirsoftware distributions. We have notified vendors of this vulnerabilityand recorded the statements they provided in Appendix Aof this advisory.The most recent vendor information can be found in the systems affectedsection of VU#897604. Enable the RunAsUser optionThere is no known workaround for this vulnerability. Until a patch canbe applied, you may wish to set the RunAsUser option to reduce the impactof this vulnerability. As a good general practice, the CERT/CC recommendslimiting the privileges of an application or service whenever possible.Appendix A. - Vendor InformationThis appendix contains information provided by vendors for thisadvisory. As vendors report new information to the CERT/CC, we willupdate this section and note the changes in our revision history. If aparticular vendor is not listed below, we have not received theircomments.Apple Computer Inc. 2b1af7f3a8