Besides a rebuild, how can you become native to Toril if you currently aren’t?

So, let’s say you are a prospective 1st level kobold ex-paladin but, alas, you failed to decide to be native to Toril. Besides the rebuild rules present in PHBII, what methods exist that allow you to alter your native status?

Official 3.5 material, including dragon magazine material, and un-updated 3.0 material is okay, but no third party stuff. This question is about what works, not what is balanced (I mean, it’s a question about a facet of Pun-Pun-ness, so hopefully that was already clear). Our criterion for judging whether your history is sufficiently altered or not and to what extent is how unambiguously it qualifies you as a potential target for the Manipulate Form ability of the Sarrukh from Serpent Kingdoms provided you count as a Scaled One.

Taking over a project. Should I scrap and rebuild? [on hold]

I’m taking over an Opencart solution for a client. This is for my capstone at College. I’m to create a simple CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software that will live as a single page application in the site.

Opencart is a free, open-source e-commerce platform based on the LAMP stack.

Currently, the client’s site is live, but it is not a store, and will never be a store. They have 5 registered users. The site just has content, and little functionality.

Should I convince the Client to scrap and rebuild what he has?

I have some concern with the current solution because it seems to be far too complex for the needs of the project.

Thanks for any insight.

ninja – how to rebuild incrementally?

I am trubleshooting LTO compile of the webkit-gtk.

Its build infrastructure is cmake-based. Cmake generates ninja files and ninja does actual building.

Project is big and its compile fails at the end. Each time I make a change, and use “ninja” to rebuild the project, it starts from scratch.

Is there a way to make ninja rebuild just the changes, like “make” usually does ?

RAID 5/6 rebuild time calculation

I plan to build some storage schema but I have to anticipate downtime, maintenance and rebuild Time.

Some guys said to me that a 10 disk RAID6 of 10To (SATA) rebuild will last for about a week ! an some company policy ask for stopping activity on Array when rebuilding.

If I use RAID 5 or 6 or 5+1 or 6+1 is there an approximate formula that can give me hint on rebuild time depending on disk size and type (SAS/SATA/SSD). something like rpm x size(Mb) x type-factor x nb-of-disk …

I would like to be able to anticipate all rebuild time scenario depending on Size/type of RAID/type of Disk.

I know it may depend on hardware quality, but let says I am out of dedicated hardware like 3PAR / STOREWIZE / NETAPP or likes. I am using conventional servers with traditional SAS or SATA drives with software RAID.

form field description tags stay after ajax rebuild

When i rebuild my page via ajax e.g. with a button that dynamically adds additional form fields, the description tags that were shown to the user in the moment of the rebuild are still shown without any way to let them disappear. The more the user uses the ajax fields the more tags stay and they are cluttering the whole screen.

Is there a way to programatically reset/remove all description tags on a rebuild?

EDIT I am using a modified version of the Bootstrap theme.

AJAX rebuild single form element

I’m trying to get an AJAX-enabled form working. Users should be able to tab between fields using the keyboard, and when a user tabs to the next element, I want the name span after the previous-focused element to update via AJAX.

function my_form() {      ...      $  form['entry_fieldset']['entry_ids'][] = array(       '#type' => 'textfield',       '#field_suffix' => "<span class='entry_name'>John Doe</span>",       '#ajax' => array(         'callback' => '_update_name_callback',        ),     );      ...      return $  form; } 

Above, you can see that the span is after the textfield and contains a name. The AJAX will be called when focus is lost. Since I only want the span to update, I’m trying to use AJAX commands in the callback:

function _update_name_callback($  form, &$  form_state) {   $  id = $  form_state['triggering_element']['#id'];   $  entry = $  form_state['triggering_element']['#value'];    // update name based on value.   $  name = 'New Name';    // Set the innerText of the span element.   // Calls jQuery: $  .('selector').text('New Name');   $  commands[] = ajax_command_invoke("#{$  id} + span.entry_name", 'text', [[$  name]]);    return array('#type' => 'ajax', '#commands' => $  commands); } 

But for some reason, the updates don’t show until the form is rebuilt. I’m pretty new to this, and I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. I’ve spent days on this.

I’ve also tried this using 'wrapper' => 'entry-container', 'method' => 'replace' where the container is on the item, but it has the same issue, and I’m not sure it’d work anyway because I’m changing something that is a field_suffix, not the actual textfield.

What do I need to change so that the single piece is updated at this time, rather than waiting for a submit button to be clicked? What am I doing wrong?

Could not insert ath9k_htc.ko after rebuild: Operation not permitted

I had to rebuild ath9k_htc module on Ubuntu 18.04 in order to make some modifications. But module doesn’t apear to be installed even without changes in the code (I amke rebuild only). The “Operation not permitted” error apears instead. Please, have a look:

aptitude install linux-headers-amd64 aptitude install linux-source-amd64 tar xf linux-source-4.19.tar.xz cp ../linux-headers-4.19.0-4-amd64/Module.symvers . make oldconfig # aptitude install libelf-dev vim .config # check CONFIG_ATH9K=k make prepare # aptitude install libssl-dev make modules_prepare make SUBDIRS=scripts/mod make SUBDIRS=drivers/net/wireless/ath/ath9k modules cp drivers/net/wireless/ath/ath9k/ath9k_htc.ko /lib/modules/4.19.0-4-amd64/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/ath9k depmod modprobe ath9k_htc 

could not insert ath9k_htc: Operation not permitted

Your help will be appreciated.