I was recently watching an episode of hak5 on my ipod and got turned on to a cool source code editor and all around notepad replacement for Windows called Notepad++. This application is completely free, doesn’t take a lot of resources to run, and is snap to install. Some cool features of Notepad++ 1. Tabs:…Details
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.Details
In my day to day work, I need to have access to multiple operating systems in order to test various things. Unfortunatly running multiple desktops gets warm and traveling with multiple laptops gets cumbersome. I serached out and tried various virtualization technologies that would address my problems. In the end, after testing VMWare, various Xen ( Xen was purchased by Citrix ) incarnations, I finally settled on VirtualBox. Virtualbox was created and sold by Innotek. Sun eventually bought innotek in February of this year. VirtualBox allows you to install the software on a base system (called the “host”) and within the software you create multiple virtual computers with different operating systems (called “guests”).Details
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