"Depending on if the DVR won't "R" what exceptional is it?" I am looking to buy AVS navigator! That would be quite what this is about. But in your case Ben, I'd be so pissed at what you've run through with Guide, that I could interest unhindered DVR aid, (The $10 or $11 off the explain an inconclusive period of time, until TWC gets off their a$$es in the Syracuse zone and makes the guide and DVR reliable. I think the people may as well do that who are having more than periodic issues with the DVR due to the guide.
I can’t even open virtualbox on my Linux operated computer; it always gives me error message. What should I do?
VirtualBox - Error In sublibOslint
Kernel driver nit installed (rc=-1908)
The VirtualBox Linux kernel driver (vboxdrv) is either not loaded or there is a permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. Please reinstall the kranel module by executing
I’ve got a problem. I’ve just installed Adobe Photoshop in Linux-Debian. But whenever I want to run this, an error message appears (see image below). I have re-installed it again but that didn’t fix the problem. I’m not really familiar with this, so I need some help here.
Thanks in advance.
Need a little help here.
My server went offline yesterday. After doing portscan it turned out that all the ports are filtered :
Starting Nmap 5.00 Click at 2012-06-01 14:28 UTC
All 1000 scanned ports on (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) are filtered
Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 201.06 seconds
So I figured out it's the firewall. Now I can only start server in recovery mode to access data. How do I flush Iptables in this case?
I've tried putting "iptables -F" in rc.local and then rebooting, but that didn't work out so far.
I found the following error messages when I tried to install Tor and Vidalia in Ubuntu (or Debian). After that I got that they are not playing good together. Please give me a solution. Thanks in advance
Vidalia detected that the Tor software exited unexpectedly.
Please check the message log for recent warning or error messages
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