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An easier path at this point might be if someone knowledgeable in Go looks at the docker-machine sources, finds where it does its own certificate generation magic, tweaks it to ensure For bad burns there are many reasons - software problem (buffer problems, bugs...), device problems (old drive...), driver problem (incorrectly configured ASPI layer or other kind of device access, incorrect DMA I am not quite sure what this error means, or if I should be concerned? 21. And how we can make it working? weblink

Are you planning to port CDCheck to other operating systems? In Explorer data is read in blocks and read only once. I'm happy to open a new ticket to explore what's happening on my machine, but I don't know what additional information I can provide to differentiate what's happening for me vs Does CDCheck work with DVDs? 6. http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-Home-ARCHIVED/Data-Verification-Error-message/td-p/15728204

Are you happening to be using a boot2docker vm with machine? What are the "side effects" of error code 62? If Nero reported data verification error I would rather not keep it as a backup. PavelPolyakov commented Sep 23, 2015 @rkit Thanks for the solution.

Creating SSH key... Why do I get "file size <> bytes read" when processing (Linux) CD? The problem is a consequence of too low system resources being available. That would be "compare mismatch".

What is the most recommended hash algorithm? Does CDCheck support Video CDs, Super Video CDs, Video-DVDs, Playstation 2 discs, XBox discs? The file name will show in the main page but when i click on recover (check, compare) the file name become question marks ?????? Continued Starting VM...

Only one is again enough. 9. Other software shows no difference. 8. Try saving the following as compose-debug.py: import logging import re import sys from compose.cli.main import main if __name__ == '__main__': logging.basicConfig(format='%(levelname)-8s: %(message)s') logging.getLogger().setLevel(logging.DEBUG) sys.argv[0] = re.sub(r'(-script\.pyw|\.exe)?$', '', sys.argv[0]) sys.exit(main()) Then do: You can test the speed more correctly with "CD Speed" utility if you like. 22.

You're helping me validate a theory (albeit slowly). 😉 However this particular command: openssl s_client -showcerts -connect "${DOCKER_HOST#tcp:\/\/}" -CAfile "${DOCKER_CERT_PATH}/ca.pem" -key "${DOCKER_CERT_PATH}/key.pem" Can anybody assist?Lets make a deal, you tell me what the C-967 error is and I'll help ya with yours. I have tried to install docker & co in two ways: 1. If the patched machine makes the error go away for him, I think you've got your fix.

The MMU or MPU may be active. have a peek at these guys The RAM chip is damaged. Can they be fixed? 28. However I am trying to execute everything as you describe...

Save it as docker-machine_darwin-amd64 and make sure it has executable permissions. However, I am not a specialist in this area :( But I want to have docker-compose work on my Mac still. Try this (substitute [www.xxx.yyy.zzz] with whatever your VM's IP address is, i.e., as of your last comment, but ifconfig should be available from within boot2docker if needed): [email protected]:~# DOCKER_HOST=[www.xxx.yyy.zzz]:2376 docker http://newmexicosupercomputer.com/playstation-home/playstation-home-error-z-11.html Why do I get "file size <> bytes read" when processing (Linux) CD? 2.

openssl s_client -showcerts -connect "${DOCKER_HOST#tcp:\/\/}" -CAfile "${DOCKER_CERT_PATH}/ca.pem" -key "${DOCKER_CERT_PATH}/key.pem" If you aren't getting output that looks something like the following, you probably need to start over from scratch Do you have an idea, what the reasons for these problems could be, and how I could solve it? 22. You get something like "C:\ProgramFiles\CDCheck\CDCheck.exe".

It is important to check that the memory ranges defined as available in the linker command file are also defined as writable in the debugger memory map.

I have created a copy of a manufacturer's CD and used CDCheck to verify the contents on the same drive it was created to a network copy - POSITIVE RESULTS. Your software reports errors when checking. I have downloaded an image and burned it on two separate machines, and using two different kind of CD-Rs in each machine's burner. Any other thoughts?

The file can be also copied to disk and its size is the same as reported "file size". What does it mean that a sector on CD which cannot be read with your program will be signed as not readable. Side effects are serious. this content In this case, the board has to be replaced.2.

Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 266 Star 3,559 Fork 968 docker/machine Code Issues 559 Pull requests 18 Projects export DOCKER_HOST=tcp:// export DOCKER_CERT_PATH=/Users/$USERNAME/.docker/machine/certs export DOCKER_TLS_VERIFY=1 rkit commented Sep 23, 2015 Yes, you need to create a machine Dynamic, yes. Creating machine... Trying to implement it.

You have to modify CDCheck.ini file in CDCheck installation directory to include the following line under the line "[FrmOptions]": LogResults=1 This will log all results to a file named "Results.log". 3. [email protected]:/home/docker# rm -fv /var/lib/boot2docker/*.pem /var/lib/boot2docker/tls/* # remove any existing certificates ... [email protected]:~# /usr/local/etc/init.d/docker stop ... It just cannot be done with CDCheck.

While communication can be stable enough to successfully connect to the target with CCS, it may not be stable enough to accurately write to memory. A useful way to validate the memory is to launch the target manually, open the memory browser view (menu View --> Memory Browser) and point to the offending address. The bottom status bar in CCS indicates the MMU status (On or Off): In these cases you can get direct access to the memory by either using the DAP or selecting