Recently when installing a second SSL certificate for a secondary IP address on a Linux server running Litespeed as the web server I received the below error. The error at first made me think that maybe the key file still required a password even though I knew I had generated the key file not requiring a pass phrase. The error below will show up in your error.log file located in /var/lsws/logs/error.log.
I recently purchased the FREETALK TALK-5068 buddy pack as they call it which includes 2 web cameras, 2 headsets, and 2 vouchers for Skype minutes. Let me start by saying that the web cameras are awesome and the kit was definitely worth the money. The cameras have a rubber bendy base in the form of a body with arms and legs so you can easily stand the camera up on your desk, sling the arms over your laptop screen, etc.
Litespeed was server is a nice light weight server that you can obtain the standard version of for free. To install a SSL certificate you will first need to generate a SSL key followed by a CSR to provide to the certificate authority.
Follow the directions below to generate a key on Litespeed followed by a CSR and then install the certificate provided.
I have been using a heaset for some time on Windows XP without issue. Every time I plug in the headset combo of both earpiece and microphone a box would pop up and ask if it was OK to accept the new device. I must have accidently clicked the “Don’t show me this again” check box. The internal microphone on my Dell D420 laptop is working fine but when I plug in a headset I am unable to use the microphone from the headset.
When attempting to mount an external USB hard drive formatted with NTFS to a WRT600N Linksys router running dd-wrt you might receive a set of errors similar to the below.
Errors from DMESG:
SQUASHFS error: Can’t find a SQUASHFS superblock on sd(8,1)
FAT: Did not find valid FSINFO signature.
Found signature1 0x4e0005 signature2 0xd6e80000 sector=1.