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steam – Cannot use protontricks, winetricks, because wine is looking for libraries in wrong location

Wine seems to be looking for libraries / shared objects in the wrong location. Running winetricks or protontricks to establish compatability for a game gets me to the following error.

wine: failed to initialize: /home/vagrant/build-proton_5.13-local/dist-wine32/lib/wine/ntdll.dll.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Game is considered exited.

Another example

/home/ubuntu/.cache/protontricks/proton/proton_5.13-local/bin/wine cmd.exe /c echo '%ProgramFiles%' returned empty string, error message "wine: failed to initialize: /home/vagrant/build-proton_5.13-local/dist-wine32/lib/wine/ntdll.dll.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" 

I’ve tried a number of troubleshooting suggestions but it’s all felt like fitting square pegs into circle shaped holes. I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling Proton, building it from source, fiddling with Wine versions, reinstalling winetricks and protontricks, etc. Nothing budges this error. I’m presuming that there are environmental variables that aren’t being set, but I’m not sure what they are or ought to be. This is my suspicion because I am aware that Proton is built using vagrant, and those seem to be the default directories it’s looking for here.

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Linux Virtual private servers

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Each VPS comes with:

– Free instant setup;
– 1 dedicated IP;
– Money-back guarantee (You may request a refund within 14 days of purchase for annual products and 48 hours of purchase for monthly products).
– Best-of-breed routers and servers;
– 24/7 telephone, email and Web-based tech support;
– material protection (24/7);
– network monitoring (24/7)
– panel SolusVM (which enables you to run, restart and stop a virtual server, and also install a new operating system)

SSD VPS (most popular plans)

Choose one of options: CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora or Windows.
Available locations: USA, Los Angeles; Switzerland, Zurich; Germany, Nuremberg.

SSDVPS2
CPU: 1хE5-2680
RAM: 2 GB
Disk Space: 20 GB
$9.95/month

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CPU: 2хE5-2680
RAM: 4 GB
Disk Space: 30 GB
$19.95/month

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At Legionbox you can also get Windows VPS starting from $11.99/month >>>>

WinVps1
CPU: 2хE5-2680
RAM: 1 GB
Disk Space: 25 GB
$11.99/month

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CPU: 2хE5-2680
RAM: 4 GB
Disk Space: 80 GB
$44.99/month

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– Protection against excess capacity
– Dedicated IPs
– 24/7 technical support by e-mail and via the Internet a week
– Physical protection (24/7)
– Network monitoring (24/7)
– FTP access

Server E3-1230
Datacenter: Usa, Los Angeles
Starting at $69/month
CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1230
RAM: 16 GB RAM
Raid software 0, 1, 10
Disk Space: SSD 100 GB
Ipv4 – 1
Bandwidth: 10 TB
Port – 1 Gbit/s

Server i7-4770
Data center: Germany, Nuremberg
Starting at $69/month
CPU: Intel Core™ i7-4770
RAM: 16 GB RAM
Raid software 0,1
Disk Space: SSD 100 GB
Ipv4 – 1
Ipv6 – yes
Bandwidth: 10 TB
Port – 1 Gbit/s

Server E3-1220
Data center: Switzerland, Zurich
Starting at $99/month
CPU: Intel® Xeon E3-1220 V3
RAM: 16 GB RAM
Raid software 0,1,10
Disk Space: SSD 100 GB
Ipv4 – 5
Ipv6 – yes
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Port – 1 Gbit/s

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apache2 – not able to edit authentication header based on path location in Apache virtualhost?

The application for which Apache is reverse proxy behaves like this:

  1. It requires basic authentication header to login to it.
  2. For the paths starting from /api/* requires just Bearer token.
  3. If there is basic token in header, the application returns 401, unauthorized http response – it requires needs only Bearer token.

CAS authentication is configured for all the URLs except /api/* path and I am setting the base authentication token inside vhost config file – to login a user without presenting a login form again after he/she authenticates with CAS.

Apache config file enterprise-search.conf:

<VirtualHost *:80>
        ServerName https://search.test.xyz
        ServerAdmin john@xyz

    RemoteIPHeader X-Client-IP
    RemoteIPInternalProxy 10.10.10.2
    LogFormat "%a %l %u %t "%r" %s %b "%{Referer}i" "%{User-agent}i"" combined-forwarded

    CustomLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/enterprise-search-access.log combined-forwarded
    ErrorLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/enterprise-search-error.log

    LogLevel debug
    
        CASRootProxiedAs https://search.xyz
    
    <Location />
        # authn type
        AuthType CAS
        CASScope /
        AuthName "KFUPM"
        # authz
        # Grant all groups access to the root
        AuthGroupFile "/etc/apache2/http-authz/enterprise-search"
        Require group all-enterpirse-search
        # Pass REMOTE_USER header to application
        RewriteEngine On
        RewriteCond %{LA-U:REMOTE_USER} (.+)$
        RewriteRule . - (E=RU:%1,NS)
        RequestHeader set REMOTE_USER %{RU}e
        RequestHeader set Authorization "Basic xxxxxxxxxx"
    </Location>

    # authz: local_groups
        <Location /all-enterpirse-search>
        AuthGroupFile "/etc/apache2/http-authz/enterprise-search"
        Require group all-enterprise-search all-enterpirse-search
    </Location>
        
    <Location /api/>
        # authn type
        AuthType none
        Allow from all
        Satisfy any
        
        # authz
        Require valid-user
        # Pass REMOTE_USER header to application
        RewriteEngine On
        RewriteCond %{LA-U:REMOTE_USER} (.+)$
        RewriteRule . - (E=RU:%1,NS)
        RequestHeader set REMOTE_USER %{RU}e
        RequestHeader edit Authorization "Basic(^,)+, " ""

        ProxyPass / http://localhost:3002/
    ProxyPassReverse / http://localhost:3002/
    
    
</VirtualHost>

The behavior of RequestHeader edit Authorization "Basic(^,)+, " "" is to replace Basic token header that is passed by the client and it works fine.

But what I actually want is to set Basic token in <Location /> and remove it in <Location /api/>. Using RequestHeader edit Authorization "Basic(^,)+, " "" inside <Location /api/> is not removing the basic token and the application is returning the API call with 401 response.

I am new to Apache configs, may be my approach to achieve my goal is not correct. Please suggest if there is better way to do this.

Thanks.

find my iphone – How does the Tech Support know my exact location given my location services is turned off?

When I logged in to support.apple.com and search for the nearest service provider, it said it is not possible, as I expected. My location services are turned off since Day 1. There is no particular reason, I just do not need that for the device in question. Only one device is added to the particular account, and I never really carry this device to anywhere.

I remember to have search up my zip code once (on the support website to get the nearest provider) which probably might be available to them (albeit unlikely), or they probably have the data because of the details provided by Apple Store from where I purchased it.

It freaks me out, since I do not see something that they see. Not because they have the details.

rooting – how to add a location tracking script on android?

How can I add a custom script that retrieves the current location and also fetches current sim’s cellphone number?

I want to root my phone and add a script that notifies me of its location and user every 10 minutes. So that even if the person resets my phone and manages to bypass frp I can still rely on the root script running in the backend.

I’m aware that they can just install a new rom though to get rid of the script

javascript – How can I make a string appear in a certain location from localstorage?

I have the following code:

<html>
  <div id = "text" contenteditable = "true"></div>
</html>

<script>
function loadsaved() {

 let stringValue = document.getElementById("text").innerHTML;
 let y = localStorage.getItem("savetext");

}
</script>

What I want is, when I press the button, it’ll load the string that was saved in local storage in that div text box. How can I achieve this?

wifi – Can a website that I access via 4G network know my location details?

Consider me connecting a smartphone to a 4G network at home. When I check my ip on www.whatismyip.com, it shows a different ip as well as physical location from the one I have been using on my home network. Different ip address is reasonable right, but if I visit a site and block gps access, can the site still knows my physical location (i.e. location of my home at least approximately)?