From time to time the need arises for me to create a command line application for Windows using Visual Studio 2008. Lately I keep forgetting the same thing for my project and when I copy the application over to another Windows machine that doesn’t have VS2008 installed, I run into the following error “The application has failed to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect. Please see the application event log for more details.”. Unfortuantly what I fail to remember is that by default VS2008 wants me to create managed code.
The Perl error below was received when running vlogger on CentOS 5.2. To resolve install the perl-TimeDate package using the Yellow Dog Updater as explained below.
When receiving this error you are either having a STARTTLS problem or there is a chance that it is a bug in sendmail and you just need to supply a patch to sendmail. First to resolve the issue follow the below steps.
1. Stop sendmail: /etc/init.d/sendmail stop
2. Make sure the PID’s all stopped: ps -ef | grep sendmail
3. If not kill the stuck process ID’s: kill -9
4. Also check the PID’s from the maillog where you originally saw the error and make sure those are not running.
5. Start sendmail: /etc/init.d/sendmail start
As you can see we have the Mandigo theme installed for this WordPress blog. Earlier today I was doing some testing I and noticed the site was not displaying when trying to view the site with FireFox version 3.0.1 which is the newest release at this time. I was running Mandigo version 1.36.2 and a new version (Mandigo 1.3.7) had been released so I decided to start my troubleshooting by upgrading. After the upgrade the problem still existed so I had to dig deeper.
My iTunes stopped working the other day for what seemed like no reason. It had previously worked fine through numerous upgrades on my primary laptop running Windows XP. The error below started happening out of the blue without performing an upgrade or changing anything iTunes or Quicktime related that I was aware of.
I clicked on Start >> All Programs >> iTunes and received the following error:
Problem with Shortcut
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