Tuesday, July 20 2010 @ 11:32 AM BST
Contributed by: Admin
After the ADSL line has been updated by our provider, we got a lot of "Connection reset by peer" problems when retrieving backups from a remote server using rsync and scp … but the quality of the line doesn't seem to be the problem… any idea ?
Wednesday, February 18 2004 @ 10:14 AM GMT
Contributed by: unix
We have a small "problem" when using personal sharing in our small office: some users use their Public folder to share Word and Excel documents with co-workers (connecting to the "server" with a password, not as guest) , and this works perfectly. However, these documents don't have the write permission set by default, the "owner" has to manually give the write permission to other users. If he/she forgets to do so, other people will open the file, edit it and when saving, they will be alerted that they don't have write permissions. Then the only way to save their work is to save the document somewhere else where they have write access. Then they have to alert the owner to replace manually the old version by the latest one... This is of course the potential source of headaches and lose of data... Is there a way to tell a folder that everything coming in it, has to be made writable by others ?
Sometimes a program returns false results, the problem has been tracked down to acos returning NaN, but the math behind the algorithm proves the parameter should be correctly bounded in [-1; 1]. What's up ?