CM4 Router Board is an expansion board based on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. It brings Raspberry Pi CM4 two full-speed gigabit network ports and offers better performance, lower CPU usage, and higher stability for a long time work compared with a USB network card.
The other issue I encountered is REDIST prerequisite files were not getting downloaded. I could see errors related to the REDIST file download in the ConfigMgrSetup.log. I was getting the Error: Failed to download redist as discussed in the following section of the post.
Beginning with version 1706, SCCM primary sites and CAS include the Configuration Manager Update Reset Tool and CMUpdateReset.exe. The use of the tool is to fix issues when in-console updates have problems downloading or replicating. The device is found in the \\cd.latest\\SMSSETUP\\TOOLS folder of the site server.
The SCCM download reset tool (CMUpdateReset.exe) must be run on the top-level site (CAS or standalone primary) of the hierarchy. When you run the tool, use the CM Update Reset tool command-line parameters to specify:
In my scenario, REDIST prerequisite files were not getting downloaded. I could see errors related to the REDIST file download in the ConfigMgrSetup.log. If you have problems downloading redist files, then, ConfigMgrSetup.log is the best place to get the root of the issue.
Question 2Any idea about meaning of below error showing in dmpdownloder.log fileERROR: Failed to download Admin UI content payload with exception: The underlying connection was closed: Could not established trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel.Failed to call AdminUIContentDownload. error = Error -2146233079
You can download CamStudio and use it completely free - yep - completely 100% free for your personal and commercial projects as CamStudio and the Codec are released under the GPL (for more details on this license, click here.)
Knowing that CamStudio did some of the stuff RoboDemo did for free (mainly export to streaming Flash), they released a newer version which fixed some bugs but most importantly, removed certain features. Gone was the ability to create SWFs, added was the requirement to register to use it, and over time, links to the various webpages that had CamStudio and its source code, became broken.
I seem to be getting a lot of questions about a registration code ... the version of CamStudio available from this site doesn't require registration AND has more features, so uninstall v2.1 from your system, download and install CamStudio from here and you're good to go!
The downward arrow in each section unveils the additional controls for applying saturation, bitcrushing, and detuning to the signal. So, the plugin can also work as a simple but handy multi-band distortion effect. This section also hosts the pan slider for each delay module, but this control is greyed out in the free CM version.
Pretty sure you could get the full version of this plug in a bundle with some other plugins on Plugin Boutique for $10 not that long ago (was there 10th anniversary bundle I think). I was tempted but passed.
The following article explains all necessary steps to create an Embedded Wizard UI application suitable for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 in combination with a HDMI touch display. Please follow these instructions carefully and step by step in order to ensure that you will get everything up and running on your target. In case you are not familiar with Embedded Wizard, please read first the Quick Tour tutorial to understand the principles of Embedded Wizard and the GUI development workflow.
If you want to use the Free edition of Embedded Wizard Studio and the Linux OpenGL Platform Package, please register on our website and select the target Raspberry Pi CM4. Then you can download the above software packages.
The following section contains the version history of the Build Environment (including Graphics Engine and Runtime Environment) for Raspberry Pi CM4. These release notes describe only the platform specific aspects - for all general improvements and enhancements please see the Embedded Wizard release notes.
The db2jcc.jar driver is now deprecated. After version 3.72, which is delivered with DB2 Version 11.1 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Mod 1 Fix Pack 1, db2jcc.jar will include no new features. However, fixes will continue to be delivered.
NOTES:Download the driver you need by visiting the DB2 Fix Packs by Version page or the IBM Data Server Client Packages fix pack page, which contain links to all available Fix PacksThe following command will retrieve the JCC driver version if executed from the command line: 153554b96e