Shao Sean | 1 Nov 01:30 2009

Re: [Q] Windows compiled applications and the Task Bar

>  what was wrong with it?

It used to be styled as a palette instead of a document window
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Mark Smith | 1 Nov 01:41 2009

Re: postgresql question

Mark, I haven't done it either, but I read up on it a while ago - I  
think it involves receiving 2 salt values from the server, and is a  
two-step process:

We have 2 salt values, salt1 and salt 2
step : put md5digest(salt1 & username & password) into tTemp
put md5digest(salt2 & tTemp) into tStringtosend

I can't remember if tStringtosend should be hex or base64 encoded.  
You may also need to prepend "md5" to tStringtosend.

Best,

Mark Smith

On 31 Oct 2009, at 23:35, Mark Wieder wrote:

> All-
>
> Has anyone been able to connect to a postgresql database using md5
> authentication? Since this is my first time trying this, I'm pretty
> sure the problem is on my end, but I figured I'd better ask before
> investing any more time on this.
>
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Mark Wieder | 1 Nov 02:09 2009
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Re: postgresql question

Mark-

Saturday, October 31, 2009, 5:41:04 PM, you wrote:

> Mark, I haven't done it either, but I read up on it a while ago - I
> think it involves receiving 2 salt values from the server, and is a
> two-step process:

> We have 2 salt values, salt1 and salt 2
> step : put md5digest(salt1 & username & password) into tTemp
> put md5digest(salt2 & tTemp) into tStringtosend

> I can't remember if tStringtosend should be hex or base64 encoded.  
> You may also need to prepend "md5" to tStringtosend.

Thanks. Yeah, I read about prepending the "md5", but that didn't solve
the problem by itself. And I'm catenating the name and password (I
believe the password comes first, but since it's not working I
wouldn't swear to it). If you remember where you read about the salt
values, I'd love to see a url - I'll go digging myself.

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Mark Smith | 1 Nov 02:23 2009

Re: postgresql question

Mark, this thread may help (I'm pretty sure I got details wrong in  
the last post)

http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-general/2002-06/msg00484.php

Best,

Mark Smith

On 1 Nov 2009, at 01:09, Mark Wieder wrote:

> Mark-
>
> Saturday, October 31, 2009, 5:41:04 PM, you wrote:
>
>> Mark, I haven't done it either, but I read up on it a while ago - I
>> think it involves receiving 2 salt values from the server, and is a
>> two-step process:
>
>> We have 2 salt values, salt1 and salt 2
>> step : put md5digest(salt1 & username & password) into tTemp
>> put md5digest(salt2 & tTemp) into tStringtosend
>
>> I can't remember if tStringtosend should be hex or base64 encoded.
>> You may also need to prepend "md5" to tStringtosend.
>
> Thanks. Yeah, I read about prepending the "md5", but that didn't solve
> the problem by itself. And I'm catenating the name and password (I
> believe the password comes first, but since it's not working I
> wouldn't swear to it). If you remember where you read about the salt
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J. Landman Gay | 1 Nov 02:28 2009

Re: [Q] Windows compiled applications and the Task Bar

Shao Sean wrote:
>>  what was wrong with it?
> 
> It used to be styled as a palette instead of a document window

I guess I must have known that, but it left the building. Anyway, 
modeless windows look just like toplevel windows now. The only 
difference I can see is that you lose the asterisk after the stack name.

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Michael Kann | 1 Nov 02:30 2009
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on-rev.com Perl recipe

I'm happy with how easy it is to get started with the on-rev website. I'm stuck, though, with trying to get a
Perl script to work. Can anyone post a working setup recipe? I only need a feeble "hello" to get going. 

I guess I'll need:

name of file
text of file
placement of file on server
extension on file
permissions on files and folders

I've tried every permutation of the above and nothing has worked. 

Thanks in advance.

Michael Kann

      
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Mark Wieder | 1 Nov 02:38 2009
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Re: postgresql question

Mark-

Saturday, October 31, 2009, 6:23:35 PM, you wrote:

> Mark, this thread may help (I'm pretty sure I got details wrong in  
> the last post)

> http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-general/2002-06/msg00484.php

Hmmm. Thanks. I had previously come across this one as well.

http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.0/interactive/sql-createuser.html

So it looks like revOpenDatabase() isn't going to work unless I can
somehow create a callback to catch the salt value, create the md5
value, and then call revOpenDatabase again.

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J. Landman Gay | 1 Nov 06:17 2009

Re: go first marked card command

charles61 wrote:

> Here is my question. Will Arial 12 pt fonts look okay on Windows XP in  
> checkboxes? I was concern about the width of Arial 12 pt fonts being  
> greater on XP than OSX.

I often use this reference: 
<http://www.ampsoft.net/webdesign-l/WindowsMacFonts.html>

Arial is very close on both platforms. I generally leave a few pixels 
extra width in each field to accomodate any differences.

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Mark Smith | 1 Nov 11:57 2009

Re: postgresql question

It sounds like something that should probably be handled in the revDB  
library.

Best,

Mark

On 1 Nov 2009, at 01:38, Mark Wieder wrote:

> Mark-
>
> Saturday, October 31, 2009, 6:23:35 PM, you wrote:
>
>> Mark, this thread may help (I'm pretty sure I got details wrong in
>> the last post)
>
>> http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-general/2002-06/msg00484.php
>
> Hmmm. Thanks. I had previously come across this one as well.
>
> http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.0/interactive/sql-createuser.html
>
> So it looks like revOpenDatabase() isn't going to work unless I can
> somehow create a callback to catch the salt value, create the md5
> value, and then call revOpenDatabase again.
>
> -- 
> -Mark Wieder
>  mwieder@...
>
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Re: Another "How to do this in a Revlet?" thread

Richard Gaskin wrote:
>Anyone else here see this behavior?

Yes, it happens to 
me too but if I cut and paste the url into the Location Bar it doesn't go 
anywhere!

regards 
Barry Barber
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