Recently I was assisting a company set up a new network. This particular company had multiple drops connected to different routers and each server had at least two Network Interface Cards(NICs). The servers were CentOS version 5.2 and seemed to be having trouble routing out one network or the other depending on how the default…
When installing phpMyAdmin to manage your MySQL database there are a couple of things you need to completed. You may receive some of the following errors if you do not complete all of the necessary prerequisites but all are easy to resolve.
The first error you will probably run into is the below error.
ERROR: The configuration file now needs a secret passphrase (blowfish_secret)
When I first installed NextGen Gallery plugin for WordPress I could not get the watermarking working. I read of all sorts of problems with it including FreeType not being installed, permission problems, etc. but everything that I was trying was not resolving my issue. During upload I was not getting any errors so at the time I felt I had little to go on. To make a long story short I finally read a post on WordPress.org that said the watermark image has to be a PNG for it to work. I saved my watermark file as a .png file and sure enough it worked without issue.
Sometimes after upgrading your RPM packages with YUM there will be new configuration files generated. These files have .rpmnew tacked onto the end and are created this way so they do not overwrite any configuration file changes you have made. You can find all of the .rpmnew files by running the following command from your shell.
find /etc /var -name *.rpmnew
Ruby on Rails 1.2 and above automatically set a Content-type header including charset=UTF-8, which is well and good if you’re designing an application from scratch – JoelOnSoftware has a good introduction to character sets, for those who need a refresher – but breaks things in subtle ways if you are upgrading a legacy Rails 1.1…