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Is there an official detailed documentation of the possible nodes,values and attributes than can be found in system.xml?

Is there an official detailed documentation of the possible nodes,values and attributes than can be found in system.xml

I can figure out the meaning of some of them myself, but some of them elude me.

For example why do sections of groups have a type attribute, what else could they be other than text. Mind you that section and groups are not inputs.

What does the canRestore=”1″ attribute in fields mean?

Who is responsible for interpreting the system.xml information and transforming it into a form?

To get a feeling of what I’m looking please take a look at this documentation of the layout instructions Layout instructions docs

Detailed Tutorial on boinccmd (command line only BOINC client) for totally noobies with easy to understand examples?

First of all, Hello! I am a noobie and i want to know if there is a detailed tutorial about boinccmd (BOINC program on command line). What i have found is a list of commands (the same list is in every link) but -because i am noob- i cannot make it work, also a detailed guide for noobs like me does not exist,as far as i know and searched, thats why i would like if someone could ofc, to answer with an example ( an example from start,how to download it,how to set an existing account or create a new one -with examples as ACOUNTNAME – PASSWORD etc and as the usual noobie guides usually are). I am speaking about the boinccmd.Thank you very much.

how to show detailed data usage/consumpotion on iPad (iOS 11 /12)

I want to have an eye on consumption of the 4GB traffic available on a mobile data plan.

All I found thus far is consumption in GB, counting from a certain point in time (which u can reset and likewise start counting at 0 again) in the >Settings

What I’d like to see is

  1. a smaller unit then GB (MB’s would be good)
  2. data consumption per day

is there any way to achieve this?

A new book: Computational Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry: Course and exercises with detailed solutions

This book is intended to provide material for a graduate course of one or two semesters on computational commutative algebra and algebraic geometry spotlighting potential applications in cryptography. Also, the topics in this book could form the basis of a graduate course that acts as a segue between an introductory algebra course and the more technical topics of commutative algebra and algebraic geometry. It contains a total of 124 exercises (15 on Gröbner bases over arithmetical rings, 11 on Varieties, Ideals and Gröbner bases, 19 on Finite fields, 11 on Algorithms for cryptography, 33 on Algebraic plane curves, and finally 35 on Elliptic curves) with detailed solutions as well as an important number of examples that illustrate definitions, theorems, and methods. This is very important for students or researchers who are not familiar with the topics discussed. Experience has shown that beginners who want to take their first steps in algebraic geometry are usually discouraged by the difficulty of the proposed exercises and the absence of detailed answers. So, exercises (and their solutions) as well as examples occupy a prominent place in this course. This book is not designed as a comprehensive reference work, but rather as a selective textbook. The many exercises with detailed answers make it suitable for use both in a math or computer science course. Please see the link:

View detailed url history on CLI

I saw this question: Can I view Firefox history with the terminal?

Here i can see the url’s I visited. But this only show the main link. When you use dev tools in your browser, you see more links like get requests etc. I want to see those links on the CLI.

Does somebody know where I can get it? Is qt3-dev-tools an option? I can’t find how that works.

Is it required to provide a detailed itinerary for Schengen visa?

Is it required to give a detailed itinerary like this for a Schengen Visa application?

Or is it enough to provide a basic itinerary like this?

1-June to 3-June in Rome 3-June to 6-June in Milan 6-June to 10-June in Zurich 

I don’t see any requirement asking for a “detailed” itinerary as per the documents required.

Can someone guide me here?

Where can I find more detailed documentation about the secp256k1 lib?

I’m basically reading the header file’s comments and some of the code.

In particular, I’m interested in more explanations about the tweak options for addition and multiplication, and their applications to both private and public keys.

I’ll pick an example from secp256k1.c file in source:

int secp256k1_ec_privkey_tweak_add(const secp256k1_context* ctx, unsigned char *seckey, const unsigned char *tweak) { secp256k1_scalar term; secp256k1_scalar sec; int ret = 0; int overflow = 0; VERIFY_CHECK(ctx != NULL); ARG_CHECK(seckey != NULL); ARG_CHECK(tweak != NULL);  secp256k1_scalar_set_b32(&term, tweak, &overflow); secp256k1_scalar_set_b32(&sec, seckey, NULL);  ret = !overflow && secp256k1_eckey_privkey_tweak_add(&sec, &term); memset(seckey, 0, 32); if (ret) {     secp256k1_scalar_get_b32(seckey, &sec); }  secp256k1_scalar_clear(&sec); secp256k1_scalar_clear(&term); return ret; 


And the functions secp256k1_scalar_set_b32() and secp256k1_scalar_get_b32() appear to be related to the partitioning of the 32 bytes of the scalar in into either 4×64 bits, or 8×32 bits (or something else) to do group operations. Just looking at the code is not very clear to me.

In the comments to secp256k1_context_randomize() it is said, quote “secp256k1 code is written to be constant-time no matter what secret”. So, in broad strokes, are the tweaks a way to bypass the overall construction that makes the whole implementation constant-time (due to side-channel leakage prevention)?

I’d appreciate pointing to references in the literature as well.