I am having problem while provisioning Linux OS. I created a gen too image and the install is install-x86-minimal-20090520. But I am having problem at the time of provisioning. I m using bladelogic 8.2, file server windows and Linux ISO 5.4 . I am attaching my error message. Can anyone help me with this?
I'm having some DNS issues on a new box I'm installing with CentOS 6.2. I am able to look up names using nslookup, dig, or host. I am able to ping machines by name or by IP address. However, when I try other tools, such as ssh, wget, or yum, they are unable to resolve names. What should I do?
I thought at first that I can run anything that I can think of in CentOS by just plugging it into the USB port.
However, when I plugged in my HP Printer, the printer did not work and I suspect that it is because it doesn't have a printer driver.
How can I install a printer driver in CentOS?
I am an CentOS user.
When I type an command on terminal window and press [ENTER] to run command, it keep open new tab.
Here is the screenshot:
[root@localhost ] # su -l Ajibdah~
[root@localhost ] #
So it keep open new tab every time I press ENTER. But doesn't run the command. :(
I am trying to upgrade Plesk 10.3.1 to 10.4.4 with CentOS. When upgrading the Parallels Panel, I received an error:
I am using CentOS 5.5 on my personal computer. I am receiving an error message from the new server on the computer. The error message is just like the following:
"Northbridge Error, node 2<0>K8 ECC error".
I have tried a lot of tricks to get myself free of this particular problem. But my efforts were fruitless. Does anyone have any suggestion to fix the problem? Thanks a lot in advance.
If you’re having boot problems on your Windows PC, it’s often helpful to repair the MBR (Master Boot Record) to restore the Windows 7 boot loader—and you can do it easily from the Windows installation disc.
This is generally most useful if you’ve broken something and there’s a boot loader error, or if you have made the mistake of installing an older version of Windows on the same PC that already has Windows 7 which wipes out the boot loader.