This article has a short explanation of the relationship of buffers and periods:
A sound card has a hardware buffer that stores recorded samples. When the buffer is sufficiently full, it [the sound card?] generates an interrupt. The kernel sound driver then uses direct memory access (DMA) to transfer samples to an application buffer in memory.
In apache24 config file, you will see the line ServerName:80:
Leave it blank.
Then below that line in the empty space write:
ServerName www.name (of your official domain or website.com:80)
Save the config file.
Go to cmd, open it as administrator change dir to where apache24 is
Then cd apache24 then cd bin then httpd.exe
You will see the problem is solved.
As far as I can tell, Bash source code doesn't differentiate between SYS_BASHRC and other included rc files after compilation. In addition, SYS_BASHRC could be undefined, and the resulting binary wouldn't use a system rc at all.
All the files used by a process can be found out by strace, however. Bash includes rc files only if it is run interactively, so:
So I decided to look into the source, since the documentation is pretty terrible.
Apparently, if you add to buildTargets a derivation outputting files in /etc or /var folders, buildFHSUserEnv will automatically copy them to their respective places in the FHS environment.
For my situation, I wrote a simple derivation to place a config file to $out/etc/...
Have a look at this post
Outcome of following the post when htop is running in second window the indicator changes to red.
It shows how when an other window in tmux has activity the window section can change to show that activity.
Quick notes: To create a new widow in tmux ctrl+b c and to switch between windows ctrl+b n
I should have done more research prior to posting this question, but I thought might be I was missing something. For reference, the problem reveals to be specific to my kernel source. Custom kernel developer applied a patch to always include an older configuration in kernel binary. So this should be undone (considering the risks, if any):
The kernel option that produces /proc/config.gz is IKCONFIG_PROC, not just IKCONFIG. And IKCONFIG_PROC cannot be a module.
Also, note that there are kernel/configs/android-base.config and kernel/configs/android-recommended.config. These may be used to override some kernel configuration settings, see https://lore.kernel.org/linux-arm-kernel/1466708235-...
Use symbolic links
Keep your /path/dir1/config.yml file and link the others
ln -s /path/dir1/config.yml /path/dir2/config.yml
ln -s /path/dir1/config.yml /path/dir3/config.yml
ln -s /path/dir1/config.yml /path/dir4/config.yml
those 3 lines are making "shortcuts" to the dir1 config. Then if you edit the file from any of those path, it will change the "dir1"...