I’m back with another short post. Today I was adding a screen to one of my racks and I wanted it to display data such as a top session or something of that nature. They are servers so there is no X-server. I got the screen all hooked up and running they way I wanted…Details
I was trying to check out from one of my project repositories this morning and I kept getting the below error.
I have never had this problem before and it drove me insane for about 1 hour. I just could not figure out what the problem was because the same repository was working just fine the other day. After a lot of searching I stumbled upon a post with the solution and its extremely simple.Details
ERROR: Error installing webrat: Could not create Makefile due to some reason, probably lack of necessary libraries and/or headers.
One of my tasks today at work was to install numerous Ruby gems on a couple of our development servers. One of those gems was called webrat which is used for “Ruby acceptance testing and for web applications”. When I attempted to install webrat using “gem install webrat” from a Linux shell I received some errors which I describe below along with how to resolve the error in my scenario. It is likely for you to get similar errors however not the same exact errors so the key is analyzing the output of the “gem install” command to see if it will lead you to resolution.Details
One of the hottest new tools in Backtrack 4 final is the Social Engineering Toolkit otherwise known as SET. The tool was written by a major contributor to Backtrack, David Kennedy (ReL1k). He is also a friend. The homepage for SET is http://www.secmaniac.com/ and there is more useful information there.Details
I ran into a interesting virus today at work. It was another one of those “buy this to get rid of this” type programs which are pretty common but this was one I hadn’t seen before. It was particularly nasty to get rid of so I thought I would make a short post in case any one else has this issueDetails