Tag Archives: Linux
I was attempting an installation of Confluence 5.4.2 x64 from the binary file that can be executed and it failed like below; root@hostname:/home/username# ./atlassian-confluence-5.4.2-x64.bin Unpacking JRE … Starting Installer … ./atlassian-confluence-5.4.2-x64.bin: 466: /home/username/atlassian-confluence-5.4.2-x64.bin.17671.dir/jre/bin/java: not found I’ve seen this problem before … Continue reading
I’ve been trying to get Wifidog and Authpuppy going, however failed to get the end to end solution working. I was able to get Wifidog installed and compiled. In addition to getting Authpuppy going, but getting them to work together … Continue reading
I signed up for a Exigent VPS several weeks back and have been using it on and off. I loaded mine up with a configuration that would allow vhost mail hosting and webhosting. It ran fine, the bandwidth to the … Continue reading
I decided to give my DVB-T usb dongle (Realtek RTL2838) another go with the Raspberry Pi and TvHeadEnd. As I thought the newer version of Raspbian if available might address the condition I had previously where I had no dvb … Continue reading
Have wanted to configure an Xbox 360 camera as a Webcam on a Raspberry Pi. I’ve simple followed the post here. I wasn’t interested in having the camera capture images with motion, as I want to act more like a … Continue reading
I’ve actually been playing around with my Realtek RTL8188CUS wifi adapter and found that the configuration of the wifi adapter without wpa_supplicant seems to be a better way to go. The information I found below was taken directly from the … Continue reading
I’ve noticed that my earlier post (here) on running XPEnology DSM 4.2 on a HP N40L Microserver gets a large number of hits on a weekly basis. Thought it might be a good time to post a follow up. The … Continue reading
Just wanted to put together a clip that covers this condition which can be seen on Unix clients for Simpana 9 and Simpana 10. The steps to resolve it on both versions are exactly the same. This condition is typically … Continue reading
Another video clip from a demo/information series I put together. This one talks about how to manually rollback a Service Pack on a Unix client. Hope you enjoy, always remember to provide feedback.
Another video clip from a demo/information series I put together. This one talks about how to manually install a Simpana 9 Service Pack onto a Unix client. Hope you enjoy. Feedback, hit the comments of the post.