A few of our Storm users have experienced this error. It doesn’t cause any problems with web browsing, phone usage, or BES connectivity that I have seen so far, it is simply an annoying nag message that you would definately want to have removed. So far the easiest resolution is to pull the battery for…
When installing the mysql ruby gem you may run across the above error in the log file. If so you need to add some configuration switches to the gem install command as shown below.
Install Command for CentOS 64 Bit Server:
- [root@server ~]# env ARCHFLAGS="-arch x86_64" gem install mysql -- --with-mysql-config=/usr/lib64/mysql/mysql_config -with-mysql-dir=/var/lib/mysql
You may receive the above error in the mkmf.log file when attempting to install the MySQL gem. A sample of the log file errors is below.
How to Resolve:Install mysql-devel via yum using the following command.
- [root@server ~]#yum install mysql-devel
You may see an error like the below when attempting to see if a certain package is installed using the yum package manager. Yum is the default package manager on RedHat Linux and CentOS Linux. Using the “yum list *SOMETEXT*” command will list all packages that contain “sometext” or you could use “yum list sometext” which will list a package specifically called “sometext”. Below you can see an attempt to list the “git” package on a CentOS server however an error was returned.
I have encountered a problem a few times recently when rebuilding laptops. I will go to reinstall the OS and be denied with Windows Setup displaying the following message. Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer. Make sure any hard disk drives are powered on and properly connected to your…