Remove some traces sent to application stdout.
* This may be fine in media server where it lands in logs, but certainly
not when the code is run in applications.
* Helps with all media-related webkit tests.
More tweaks to the HTML related sniffing rules:
* MHTML: give a higher priority than HTML to improve detection results,
as MHTL is likely to contain HTML in the first chunk.
* HTML: scan the first 512 bytes to increase likeliness of finding a tag
* XHTML: don't try to identify on the dectype, this is not reliable and
missing from some documents. Recognize "
I have attached a patch of code which was written using scapy
(python). This code modifies the DSCP code values for specific packet in
order to provide privileged services for them. I think this can
be effectively used while probing, as when we send the packets across the
network to scan the Operating Systems for ports, I think we can mark these
packets separately by modifying the DSCP values so that they get higher
preference in the network traffic and do net get lost, thereby ensuring
higher probability of the specific packet reaching out to all the systems.
Any suggestions/Ideas will be appreciated.
On 03/15/2014 07:46 PM, Sriharsha Karamchati wrote:
I am Sriharsha Karamchati, Computer Science undergraduate student at
of Information Technology. Hyderabad - INDIA. Currently doing my
research in Center for Security Theory And Algorithmic Research (CSTAR).
Added the configure option (--target-board) in hrev47157.
It does not affect the build tools compilation yet, however.
FAT32 and other file system no longer supported by MKFS or Drivesetup, there was a mailing list thread about this some months ago but I am leaving this here as a ehnacement.
This is hrev47085. While debugging a Qt application (specifically, Designer; either by starting Debugger from the command line or by attaching to an already-running-not-crashed team), Debugger will repeatedly crash after doing normal tasks inside the Qt app (like opening and closing menus/dialogs).
I'm running Haiku inside a VirtualBox machine with Windows as the host OS.
configure: allow setting HAIKU_BOOT_BOARD
* Since this affects generated objects and needs a clean build anyway,
it is better set and fixed at configure time.
* It could also be used when building the cross compiler to set
Am 16.03.2014 um 20:55 schrieb Louis Feuvrier manny@xxxxxxxxxxxx:
This solution would need only a few tweaks on the existing kernel, as most of
the UEFI implementations around still have bios compatibility. Making the
kernel compatible with pure UEFI hardware could be a next step in the process.
As far as I know, the TianoCore module for QEMU is also bios compatible, and
most PC around still keep a bios compatibility.
Just wanted to note that Apple machines don't have BIOS compatibility if booted
2014-03-16 20:55 GMT+01:00 Louis Feuvrier manny@xxxxxxxxxxxx:
As stated by tqh, problems arise when upgrading the kernel. In fact,
considering the kernel would be stored in the UEFI partition (a simple
fat-formated partition,) a solution could be to mount this partition on the
/boot/efi folder or any other (as linux does currently.)
Funny thing is, that after you and I talked there was a discussion
about grub, and it seems it understands BFS filesystem now. However
the kernel is inside a package file I think, so it would need to know
how to get to and load the kernel.
I am Louis Feuvrier and I am interested in working on the UEFI bootloader for
Haiku-os in the context of GSOC. I already introduced myself here if you are
interested. I discussed a bit with tqh regarding this matter, and the consensus
currently seems to be a simple stand-alone UEFI app replicating the work done
by the ia32 bios module.
As most you must know, the linux kernel is bootable without the help of any
bootloader on the UEFI platform. This archlinux forum post casts light on
This is mostly for devs and potential GSoC students.
I've done some minor cleanup to the EFI code and updated to a new
Haiku revision to leave it in a better state than it has been siting
in for a few months. As I didn't want to change history in the efi_pm
branch I've created a new efi branch. Consider the efi_pm branch
It builds and runs, if you disable 'treat errors as warnings' for
src/system/boot. This can be done in build/jam/ArchitectureRules by
On Sun, Mar 16, 2014 at 5:01 AM, Humdinger humdingerb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxwrote:
I try to do a few searches a day with Goodsearch anyway. Let's hope
more people recognize this as a very easy way to support Haiku. A few
cents are donated in a minute. Multiplied by a thousand people, it's a
force to be reckoned with.
Clsoe the tab list menu when clicking the button twice.
The menu was closed, but immediately reopened by the click on the
button. If the time since the menu closing is shorter than a
double-click delay, don't open the menu again.
Forgot to commit this. Fixes the build.
Notifications: only color the left stripe
* Setting the important/failure color on the whole view looked ugly.
* Important notifications use B_CONTROL_HIGHLIGHT_COLOR, instead of
* We may want to select better success and failure colors. Pure red and
green don't look very good. Suggestions welcome.