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I am trying to access rtsp url using QuickTime player. Now if there is some authentication set, then it asks for it otherwise it just plays the stream. It is good till here. But if I add username and password in the url, then it shows message: Server Not Found. I am passing the url in the following manner. rtsp://username:password@IP-Address:Port
How could I pass rtsp url in QuickTime player with the credentials?. Thanks for any input
This world is going to explode due to international politics, SOON.
No, the APIs are nice. It is pretty nice as to how they have pulled it off. Finding it really helpful. Since Microsoft did that homework, our live is better and we can spend quality time on other work items.
My friend recently formatted his pc (only C drive) and re-installed XP. Now he faces a weird problem. The usb ports are working fine but it's not reading any pen drives other than his own. At first I found it hard to beleive but that's what is happening. His pen drive works fine but none of the others do. Any help?
Open the device manager, go to Disk Management and lok for the drives (see also http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309000[^]). They might just lack a drive letter.
Otherwise, look in device manager for "unknown devices".
What a pain in the but it is for getting a driver signed.
Why is it so dependent on hardware? If the hardware hasn't got a serial number, fail. Device descriptor is a bit shoddy at times, fail. Device goes unresponsive. BSOD and fail.
Not only that its also dependent on the PC its tested on. One of them has a failure as big as the titanic iceberg right in the ACPI/BIOS subsystem.
So the Windows kernel is a highly structured and layered environment, and the driver you are testing sits on at least two others, and is a long way from the hardware, so why does the HCK fail on hardware errors? Why doesn't it implement a virtual piece of hardware via a filter, which it has anyway, and test JUST your driver?
It really is a pain in the but at times. Especially if the hardware is a bit flaky.
"The whole idea that carbon dioxide is the main cause of the recent global warming is based on a guess that was proved false by empirical evidence during the 1990s." climate-models-go-cold
Never done this myself... but you can probably find video cards that support it. When you purchase a new video card however, make sure it supports three simultaneous video outputs (just having three outputs doesn't guarantee that it's support it). I have a desktop that has three outputs (two DVI and one HDMI) but you can only use two of them at a time. Not sure if this is a hardware limitation or just the driver software. Either way, make sure it's supported by the video card.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S4, it allows hands-free calling and text, and my previous phone, the Samsung Stratosphere v2 also did, not that I used it much since it had a keyboard. Just takes a little setup.
Does anyone remember Tetradyne DriverX windows driver software for WinXP and prior? I am looking for a copy of the file DxIntr3.h to build the kernel. I have all other sources. I bought a source license but Tetradyne Software is gone now. Much appreciation.
I started out just hoping someone had a copy of the file. W/o a copy I see I need to reinvent the missing file.
Thanks for the help and clues. Now I move to debug. Bless you all.
Thanks Mr. Muchies for clues and hints. I have it actually working now. Turned out the DMA part was crucial. Now the trick is to port to Windows 7. Any advice or good links you have? Seems like eliminating the HAL calls will be a large part.
To build a version 4xxx kernel driver they use some stuff defined for the version 3xxx driver. Most is interrupt related and since the user mode part of the driver compiles just fine w/o it I concluded that I did not need the old interrupt parts so I faked it.
However the DMA parts wrap new methods around the methods of the prior versions and therefore need some definitions for the driver to compile. At the moment I need definition/declarations for PREAD_WRITE_DMA_BUFFER_INPUT and PUCHAR. These might be structures based on compile errors I get when I typedef'd them to integers to see what would happen.
I was hoping in the vastness of space and time and the Internet someone had a copy of the file DxIntr3.h that they would share.
Thanks for caring.
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