I have been trying to print images out to the screen on my UEFI operating system. So far I have been able to figure out how to print pixels to the screen in different colors. I have a image that I would like to hard code into my UEFI application (which is written in c++) ..
i try to compare 2 folders if the are equal inside – i tried it with this code print(path) print(toPath) print(filecmp.cmp(path, toPath)) but the output is allways C:UsersPolziDocumentsDEVuserza123OLD_STRUCTUREBillingcustomers20ZAT201 C:UsersPolziDocumentsDEVuserza123NEW_STRUCTUREBillingcustomersZAT20120 False But from my point of view they are both 100 percent equal: Folder1: Folder2: Any ideas why are these 2 folders different according the filecmp.cmp ..
I am deploying services and managing 3 servers of an Enterprise company connected via an Internet restricted VPN. Therefore I am unable to use the internet when that VPN is connected. Currently, I use a Linux VM to connect the VPN so that my host OS(Windows) always can access the internet. But, my VM is ..
Until today I had understood that Windows only worked with ring 0 and 3 (it remain level ring 1 and 2 for compatibility). However, today I have heard that the drivers work at level 1 and 2, while the kernel at level 0. Could you please explain to me, please? Source: Windows..
I’ve been trying to install Manjaro KDE on my computer. Currently it has windows installed. I’m trying to install Manjaro using a USB stick. When I boot from usb, it shows failure reading sector 0x0 from `hd0′ I can’t boot into Manjaro, this error keeps happening. Windows boots completely fine, no issues. I’ve been searching ..
When a computer shuts down suddenly because of a power failure it recovers its state and various applications running. When looked into it for Windows OS I found out that it saves all the content of the RAM onto the disk before powering the computer off. But how does it work after a sudden power ..
I am getting a strange error when I try to run a simple subprocess line. I often get a "OSError: [WinError 193] %1 is not a valid Win32 application" on the computer that I need the program to work on even though the same lines of code work on a different computer to open up ..
I am trying to figure out how syscalls are performed on kernel, Are there any good explanation about what exactly happens on kernel, when a "syscall" instruction is encountered. What are the ways to view those kernel-mode callbacks and maybe documenting some undocumented functions. Basically what I’m asking mov eax, 23h ; NtQueryVirtualMemory syscall ; ..
I met this error while trying to install Microsoft exchange on Windows server 2003 error code 0xc0070714 Source: Windows..
I’m trying to understand context switching in OSs in general. I have a couple of questions that I could not find the answers to. I would really appreciate any insight on these. Do context switches happen mid instructions? If not, is it true for multi-step instructions (x86) like INC, XADD? On which processor is the ..