If auto-download fails, download the miner bins manually and unzip them to the miner plugin bins path. Miner binary package sources are in nhm\miner_plugins\XPlugin\internals\MinersBinsUrlsSettings.json for XPlugin.
If autodownload fails, download the miner bins manually and unzip them to the miner plugin bins path. Miner binary package sources are in nhm\miner_plugins\XPlugin\internals\MinersBinsUrlsSettings.json for XPlugin.
This manual documents the API used by C and C++ programmers who want to writeextension modules or embed Python. It is a companion to Extending and Embedding the Python Interpreter,which describes the general principles of extension writing but does notdocument the API functions in detail.
With the auto-update to V184.108.40.206, the old problems with Zoom and Skype returned. Although today I rolled back to V220.127.116.11.13, I am afraid that Orbi will auto-update to V18.104.22.168 again the middle of the night. I will probably just give up if I have to do this manual rollback to V22.214.171.124.13 every morning and then a factory reset, etc. The time is just not worth it. If this problem persists, I will get a router of a different brand.
Basically, the Auto-Update process is buggy. Each time you see an Auto-Update, you really need to "Manually" re-install the same firmware and do a factory reset after that. Ignore the warning by NG's administration webpage that you should not manually re-install to avoid problems (Yeah, count on their Auto-update). The truth is that customers should be warned about their unreliable Auto-Update. Don't believe what they tell you.
Each manual update, factory resetting, and restoring the backup.cfg took me close to one hour of work. I figure that is the price you have to pay to use NG products -- be their tester for free. I suppose in the future, whenever there is an Auto-Update, I have to redo this clunky Manual operation again. Is Orbi supposed to be a "consumer product"?
It is the Auto-Update that is problematic. Also, manual update without factory reset is problematic (Orbi user manual does not tell you to factory reset after manual update; but this is a necessary step).
Do people know how often (on average) NG forces the buggy auto-update of new firmware on their Orbi products? I figure that if I want to keep using Orbi, I just have to spend two hours to overwrite the auto-update with the manual update, factory reset, etc. each time they force the auto-update on me.
I can probably tolerate manual fixing the problem once every three months (4 times a year, say). But if it is more often than that, I will just have to take loss, ditch my Orbi, and switch to a more reliable brand.
Most of the discussion and solutions offered in this forum belong to strategy 2. Manual update, factory reset, is a way to wipe out the auto-update virus launched by the NG team. So far, 2 has worked for me in the recent few firmware-update iterations. But the clever auto-update virus team at NG may decide later to remove the manual-update option in their admin tool -- who knows. Infecting the Orbi community with their auto-update virus seems to be their mission, and giving the community no way to evade the virus seems to their mission.
Use the IAT EIN Assignment Tool to research the entity to which the EIN(s) have been assigned to determine whether it has been previously established. If the tool is unavailable, manual research can be performed using the following command codes:
EIN Toll Free Telephone Assignment was discontinued effective January 6, 2014. Taxpayers calling to apply for an EIN will be advised as follows: "I'm sorry, the IRS is no longer assigning EINs over the telephone. You can receive an EIN immediately by using our Online EIN Assistant. Go to the IRS web site at www.irs.gov and type in keyword EIN. If you prefer, you can complete a Form SS-4 and fax or mail it to us. The Form SS-4 and instructions can be downloaded from the IRS.gov website. Is there anything else I can help you with today?"
If the tool is not available and an EIN is located by manually inputting CC NAMEE/NAMEB and you can determine it belongs to the entity, reactivate the account by first inputting CC ENMOD, then CC ENREQ as shown below. Take this action whether the inquiry is received on the phone or by correspondence.
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For instance the 7.7 Binary DVD shows SHA-256 Checksum: 88b42e934c24af65e78e09f0993e4dded128d74ec0af30b89b3cdc02ec48f028 . If you're not seeing this, then you may want to redownload the iso to ensure it's a working copy.
Followed instructions mentioned in the above link for RHEL 6 and it worked, but when I tried below steps for RHEL 7 it is not downloading any thing.1. mkdir /var/www/html/rhel-7-server-rpms2. reposync --gpgcheck -l --repoid=rhel-7-server-rpms --download_path=/var/www/html --downloadcomps --download-metadata
reposync can only download content from repositories it can access. By default a RHEL 6 system can not access RHEL 7 repositories. If you are trying to sync the RHEL 7 repositories from the RHEL 6 system, it won't see those. You need a VM or machine for each Product/Arch/Major Release of RHEL that you need to sync. 2b1af7f3a8