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Any ideas?
I’ve built binaries manually:

created, moved to
created, moved

and everything should be done. But when I try to execute /opt/realshare/ it complains with:

error: Could not find a C compiler in ‘~/apps/distcc/builds/core-201702151415/plugins/builddir/C/.build/distcc-gcc-7.2.1/bin/gcc-7.2.1’


Ok, after a bunch of experimentation I found the solution:

I build manually
I create file with contents like /Users/nic/apps/distcc/builds/core-201702151415/plugins/builddir/C/.build/distcc-gcc-7.2.1/bin/gcc-7.2.1
and I move

Now I can run my test binaries with:


and it works.


I had similar issue. Starting from newest distcc (dwincron) 6.0.4. Following changes in the plugin are required to fix this issue :
$ ls /opt/realshare/lib/dwincron/test
ls: cannot access /opt/realshare/lib/dwincron/test: No such file or directory

Create a directory named test under the plugins directory – this directory has the main class “testPluginClass”.
To fix it, you should change /opt/realshare/lib/dwincron/test/testPluginClass.class to :
package com.distcc.plugins;
public class testPluginClass implements Runnable, Constants {

In the main method, you can execute your method (if it is static) like

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In general the request is passed through a so-called reverse proxy which can terminate the request, add headers, parse query parameters, remove query parameters or set it as a response.
In this case, your request has been intercepted by an application which performs some kind of filtering before passing the request to another application.
The Apache default configuration can be found in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf. Search for ProxyPassMatch there.
For your case, it might be that Apache is working as expected (it passes the request to a file server which sends the data on and passes it back). To find out, add the following to your Apache configuration file:
ProxyPassMatch “^/yourfile(/|$)” “”

If Apache is intercepting and passing the request on, you should see the forwarded request in your browsers network inspector.
If you want to find out more, you’ll have to look at the configuration of the application you are hitting and the Apache configuration file.

For example, if you are hitting a web service through the XMLHttpRequest object, you need to let the web service know that you are a human and not an intelligent robot who, for some reason, tries to hack your account. In this case, pass the User-Agent header.
In its simplest form, the User-Agent header looks like this:
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/44.0.2403.157 Safari/537.36

However, your web service probably has its own user agent settings, which it can check.
And, there might be other headers which have to be passed. Use google to find them.

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I’ve also seen this issue and i resolved it. For me this is the solution.
I am using raspistill -o image.jpg which generates files in current directory. i changed the output folder to images directory.
raspistill -o images/


Sizing a banner based on the width of the screen

I have a 300 x 100 banner (for youtube channels) that I’m using for my website.
The banner is centered and fixed on top of the page. The banner has also a padding of 30.
I want the banner to adapt to the size of the screen so that the whole banner fits the screen, but I only want it to shrink till it hits the width of a 40″ screen, and maybe only to the width of a 27″ screen, and not to the width of a 50″ screen, due to the fact that i want the channel to only fit in those screen sizes.
Can anyone help me with this?


You can use media queries to apply different styling to different screen sizes. You can also use viewport units for things like percentages in media queries:
@media all and (min-width: 40em) {
/*Styles for a 40em width screen*/

@media all and (min-width: 27.5em) and (max-width: 40em) {
/*Styles for a 27.5 to 40 screen*/

@media all and (min-width: 18em) and (max-width: 27.5em) {
/*Styles for a 18 to 27.5 screen*/

The only real limitation is that you are stuck with the exact screen size in the query. You can’t add or subtract pixels from the query as you can in css. But you can use things like percentage units to account for different viewport sizes.

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