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I just as a test wrote echo before each line to get an idea of what it was doing. The %1 and %* are getting eaten up by the batch file as it replaces them with nothing. For Cmd like behaviour you need to use %%1 and %%* Try %%1 and %%*


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It seems that background jobs waiting for input are stopped in most environments. From the Wikipedia page on Unix Job Control: A background process that attempts to read from or write to its controlling terminal is sent a SIGTTIN (for input) or SIGTTOU (for output) signal. These signals stop the process by default, but they may also be handled in ...


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There are 2 probable causes. One is your network configuration, the other is the firewall configuration. 1) Check your subnets. If you're using a 255.255.255.0 for both, they cannot communicate without the use of a gateway. I recommend you keep both computers on the same subnet, or increase the size of your subnet. If you change your subnet to 255.255.0.0 ...


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Google has disabled NPAPI by default in this version forcing all plugins to use PPAPI. Supposedly it can be re-enabled by going to chrome://flags#enable-npapi and enabling it, however I'm not having any luck with this... See response to "Missing NPAPI plugins" from wfh@chromium.org: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=453263#c4 As far as I ...


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If you only change one WAR file, you could hot-deploy it via the Tomcat Manager This is probably the simplest from a usability standpoint. Simply login to the tomcat manager for your running instance (http://[host]:[port]/manager/[command]?[parameters]) From there you can deploy, stop, start, undeploy (delete) and reload. Note that your server needs to ...


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Sounds like a permissions problem. Use Process Monitor to determine what resource(s) the application is trying to access (and being denied) so that you can adjust the permissions granted to the user.


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I encountered the following message repeatedly when trying to start SQL Developer from my installation of Oracle Database 11g Enterprise: Enter the full pathname for java.exe. No matter how many times I browsed to the correct path, I kept being presented with the exact same dialog box. This was in Windows 7. The solution was to right-click on the SQL ...


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If you continue to receive this error after adding the site to the exceptions list of the Java control panel, try editing [JRE install directory]\lib\security\java.policy Inside the grant block, add permission java.net.SocketPermission "192.168.50.116:5900", "connect,resolve"; Substitute your host/IP and port.


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Netbeans seems to fail the whole update process if there is some temporary network problem when downloading some plugin. It was probably your case to and when you retry the update it simply worked (not really having anything to do with your AntiVirus Software). I had to upgrade from full edition Netbeans 8.0 to 8.0.2 and managed to do that by simply ...


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I just managed to make this work (Java build 1.8.0_31-b13, ProxMox version 3.1-21) by adding two urls to the block list: https://proxmox.local:8006 https://proxmox.local The first of course is the address used to access the proxmox server web UI, the second is the same, without the port number. After I added the second URL, I was able to answer yes to ...


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You can view and manage JRE versions from the Java Control Panel. [Apple icon menu] > System Preferences > Java That launches the Java Control Panel as a separate app which should take over as the foreground app. Java Control Panel > Java > View… You should be able to figure it out from there.


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It appears that the problem stems from transparent hugepage feature of the kernel. I'm not sure of the complete technical details, but suffice to say the following three commands to disable it fixed things: echo 0 > /sys/kernel/mm/transparent_hugepage/khugepaged/defrag echo never > /sys/kernel/mm/transparent_hugepage/defrag echo never > ...



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