Trouble installing driver from install program.
I have a driver based off the fakemodem.sys example driver in the DDK.
It installs ok from the modem control panel, however I need to do it
with an install program because some registry entries need to be written
that will be read later by the driver.
I am basing my install program off Walter Oneys FastInst and have a
problem at the UpdateDriverForPlugAndPlayDevices step.
GetLastError returns E000022D which is ERROR_NON_WINDOWS_NT_DRIVER.
If I skip that step, I can reboot and I get a dialog asking me to show
it the driver, if I do then I get the error "This drive...Trouble Installing Linux/Cisco VPN Client Has anyone had trouble compiling the linux cisco vpn client? Here is the output of the install script: # uname -rviosm Linux 2.4.22-1.2188.nptl #1
Has anyone had trouble compiling the linux cisco vpn client? Here is
the output of the install script:
# uname -rviosm
Linux 2.4.22-1.2188.nptl #1 Wed Apr 21 20:19:18 EDT 2004 x86_64 x86_64
Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 4.0.3 (B) Linux Installer
Copyright (C) 1998-2001 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
By installing this product you agree that you have read the
license.txt file (The VPN Client license) and will comply with
Directory where binaries will be installed [/usr/local/bin]
Automatically start the VPN service at boot time [yes]
...trouble installing BlueJ
Visiting the webpage, it said:
"You should download J2SDK from the Sun Microsystems Java website and
install it. You can get it here: java.sun.com/j2se"
Should I download 5.0 (Core) or 1.4.2 (Desktop)?
>Should I download 5.0 (Core) or 1.4.2 (Desktop)?
We will be writing small programs for a low level Java course in
Windows (not Unix).
Unless you have a need for the new capabilities in 5.0, I would
> Visiting the webpage, it said:
> "You should download J2SDK from the Sun Microsystems Java website and
> install it. You can get it he...Trouble installing Linux (probably 5 partition trouble)
I already have winxp on my HD, and redhat on virtual pc. But i'm
having trouble installing linux for real.
Here's how my hard-drive is partitioned:
hda1 -> primary partition for xp
hda2 -> extended partition that contains:
hda5 -> logical partition for my data
now, i can make a /boot partition okay (which will be called hda3).
And so I can make the / partition (root) which will be called hda4.
But I can't make a swap partition, because probably hda5 is already
So, a disk can't have more than 5 partitions?
PS. The first t...Installing installer
I generated My Installer from LV 8.2 under Windows XP environment. When I try to install it on another PC with Win 2000, it gave me an error message saying the PC doesn't meet minimum operating system requirement. Does it mean that I have Windows incompatable issue ? What is my option here ? Please advise.
When building an installer under the advanced section there is a set of radio buttons. make sure it is not set to windows XP or greater.
Message Edi...bootcamp: trouble installing XP Pro before mac drivers installed
When I run Bootcamp I'm told Windows needs mac drivers to work with
Mac hardware. In particular it needs to know what the keyboard looks
like. These drivers are apparently installed in an automatic setup
from a CD which I've burned, the first time I boot the mac up in
Windows. Problem is, the Windows install disk stops half way through
Do you want to:
1. Install Windows [hit return]
2. Repair Windows [hit F3]
3. Do something else I can't remember [hit some other key]
Which is all very well, but I can't do what it's asking for because
the keyb...Having trouble installing
I've recently downloaded lcc 4.2 and lccnet so that I can use some C
code in .NET.
I'm having trouble similar to the fellow here:
I did the change to win32.c that he did. I do the make 'all', and it
seems to work. But when I do the make 'test' I get *many* differences
in limits.sbk. It still hangs when I make 'triple' as well.
I've put lcc.exe and bprint.exe into \bin, and added \bin to the path.
Any suggestions on how I should proceed?
Thanks in adv...installation trouble??
I am very new to ruby and have hit a wall with the installation. I am
using a Mac OS X 10.4.11(Tiger). I got everything installed correctly
(Ruby Version 1.8.6, RubyGems 1.3.2, Rails Version 2.3.2, db adapter
sqlite3) and I was trying to work through the Agile Web Development with
Rails 2nd edition. There was an issue with scaffold being deprecated in
newer versions so I scoured the web to find a fix. I tried to uninstall
RubyGems 1.3.2 so that I could work through the book edition 2 with the
intention of installing the newer version later. However now when I try
to start the server I get...trouble installing
I can not get my computer to boot from the cd drive and the bios is
locked so i can't get in to change the settings. Is there any way i
can get around this?
> I can not get my computer to boot from the cd drive and the bios is
> locked so i can't get in to change the settings. Is there any way i
> can get around this?
Why are you posting this to comp.os.vms?
On Oct 31, 10:34=A0am, "Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilber...@comcast.net>
> Why are you posting this to comp.os.vms?
Where should I post it?
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 07:21:59 -0700...installer trouble
this isn't really related to 2006a because i have this problem all the
So i get the new files and license file from my system administrator.
I put them in a tmp direcotry, and try to install matlab and my
toolboxes. I'm using Ubuntu. However, the installer only wants to
install the toolboxes. Matlab and simulink don't show up on the "to
How can i fix this?
I solved the problem. It turns out MATLAB for linux isn't enough, you
also need MATLAB UNIX common.
...Re: Trouble installing Linux (probably 5 partition trouble)
>Small note. Very few, if any, PC's or current versions of Linux require a
>"/boot" partition of its own. That partition is a legacy of old BIOS
>limitations (of 8 Gig for certain master boot record behavior). If you
>actually need a "/boot" partition, it should be situated very early, if
>not first, on the disk, preferably with no cylinder on that partition
>numbered more than 1023.
>Putting it after your XP partition, which is probably more than 8 Gig,
>a normal user exactly nothing and is a waste of your time and effort...installation trouble
I have tried to install Red Hat Linux 9 on my system, but I recieve a
message the my system isn't supported by this version when the installer
tries to format the /boot partition. I am installing on my second hard drive
for a dual-boot with Windows 98. I meet all the system requirements and have
tried to install in text mode, but it doesn't work. Please help.
AMD K6-2 500
288 MB PC-100 RAM
MSI MS-8807 TNT2 16 mb ram
WD 60GB & Fujitsu 4GB Hard drives
Compaq 48x Cd-rom
...VisualAge 6 installation trouble on aix 5.2, gcc trouble too :)
I've installed gcc 3.x from UCLA site.
and I got this error -
In file included from test.c:23:
/usr/include/pthread.h:554: error: parse error before '*' token
I've installed gcc 2.95 from the Linux Tollbox CD which I have.
the error is -
In file included from /usr/include/sys/pri.h:43,
/usr/include/sys/proc.h:730: parse error before `1UL'
/usr/include/sys/proc.h:730: stray '\' in program
...Debian Newbie Installation: Trouble w/ "Install the Base System"
When going through the "Install the Base System" on a Dell PC, it
doesn't see the path to dists/woody/main/binary-i386/Release, even
though it's there. How do I get past this?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Dave wrote:
> When going through the "Install the Base System" on a Dell PC, it
> doesn't see the path to dists/woody/main/binary-i386/Release, even
> though it's there. How do I get past this?
Can you switch to anther tty (i.e. Alt-F2), and verif...Apache install trouble
Trying to install Apache 2.0.5 on a Windows 2000 Server. I'm logged in
as the administrator, It goes through the install process, and soon
after accepting the terms & conditions, I get the following error:
"Error 1305. Error reading from file <path to apache installer .msi>.
Verify that the file exists and that you can access it.
I know I'm probably missing something simple and easy, but I'm hoping
someone can help.
Verify your environmental variables. This happens when "Temp" and
"TMP" directories were not set or "Temp" directory is...Trouble installing from CPAN
Not sure if this is the right place to ask, if not I'll be happy to be
I installed an updated OS recently (Mandriva 2007) and have had trouble
installing perl modules since. I initially had a lot of 'no rule to make
target' messages whether installing via CPAN or just compiling the modules
manually but got that fixed by installing the perl-devel RPM.
I'm still getting lots of trouble with it. Here's a typical error report,
but I get similar ones with every module I try to install (via cpan as
All tests successful, 3 tests skipped.
Files=4, Tests=20, 1...trouble installing mod_fastcgi
Hi, I'm running FC5 and trying to install mod_fastcgi, with no success.
Here's what I've done as superuser from the command line:
[root@localhost src]# wget
[root@localhost src]# tar xvzf mod_fastcgi-2.4.2.tar.gz
[root@localhost src]# cd mod_fastcgi-2.4.2
[root@localhost mod_fastcgi-2.4.2]# cp Makefile.AP2 Makefile
[root@localhost mod_fastcgi-2.4.2]# make
[root@localhost mod_fastcgi-2.4.2]# make
/usr/lib/apr-1/build/libtool --silent --mode=compile gcc -pthread
-DLINUX=2 -D_REENTRANT -D_GNU_SOURCE -D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE
-I/usr/loca...Troubles, installing rake
I use Ruby 1.6.8 on WinXP.
Now, I got rake-0.5.4.zip and extracted it to C:\Program
Trying to install it ..
> cd C:\Program Files\Ruby\rake-0.5.4
> ruby install.rb
.... I got following error:
mkdir c:/program files/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.6/rake
install.rb:77: undefined method `each' for 0:Fixnum (NameError)
What I'm doing wrong ?
On Thursday 21 July 2005 12:05, Christoph Neubauer wrote:
> Hi !
> I use Ruby 1.6.8 on WinXP.
> Now, I got rake-0.5.4.zip and extracted it to C:\Program
> ...trouble installing gfortran
As the response to most of my gfortran bug reports was that the bug had been
fixed in a later gcc version, I tried to download and build gcc 4.6.2 on a
linux Redhat system. The configure, make, make install process eventually
worked without error messages (many thanks Tobias!) but I couldn't compile a
tiny Fortran program. See below. What must I do now?
rimu[~]$ cat hello.f
PRINT *,'Hello world'
rimu[~]$ /tmp/gccobj/gcc/gfortran -v hello.f
Driving: /tmp/gccobj/gcc/gfortran -v hello.f -l gfortran -l m -shared-libgcc
Using built-in specs.
COLLECT_GCC=/tmp/gccobj...trouble installing darwin
I have an old imac that I'm trying to install Darwin on, and I'm not
getting anywhere. I downloaded the darwinppc-801 ISO file, and burned
it to CD using a win xp box. I tried booting from it and the mac sort
of grinds on the disk for a while, but just ends up loading macOS 9.
Holding C down doesn't do anything. After it boots I get a message
that files may be damaged or whatever, but when I open up the CD
everything seems to be ok, or at least the directories and files seem
to be where they should be. Any ideas? Is there any way to boot from
a floppy USB drive? I found the b...rsruby install trouble
Hello, trying for no particular reason to create a K constant calculator
for chemical equilibrium for a chemical reaction. The way the experiment
was done, I need to put a best fit line on some data. R, and therefore,
RSRuby, seems like the best to do this (if I'm wrong, please enlighten),
but I cannot get RSRuby working. I'm using R 2.8.1 (I found something
which said R 2.9.x doesn't work well with rsruby, not sure on the
validity of that, but, whatever), Mac OS X 10.4.11, and what happens is
I unpack the R package, and it goes into /Library/Frameworks/
...Troubling installing on linux
I get this error when trying to install matlab:
/tmp/28954tmwinstall/update/bin/glnx86/xsetup: relocation error:
/tmp/28954tmwinstall/update/bin/glnx86/libmwins.so: undefined symbol: _eq_n
I have this version of Linux version 2.4.21-27.0.2.ELsmp.
Anyone have any idea what the problem may be?
Christopher Smith wrote:
> I get this error when trying to install matlab:
> /tmp/28954tmwinstall/update/bin/glnx86/xsetup: relocation error:
> /tmp/28954tmwinstall/update/bin/glnx86/libmwins.so: undefined
> symbol: _eq_n
> I have this version of Linux version...MoinMoin: trouble after install
I've installed MoinMoin easily enough, but i have two problems now.
1) Some pages, namely the initial FrontPage, fail to load completely....
2) It seems after logging in, if I navigate away from the login page, I get
logged out immediately.
I'm runing 1.13 on Fedora 9 with Apache 2 and ReWriteRules... all seemed
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On Sep 3, 9:16=A0am, "John [H2O]" <washa...@...McCLIM trouble installing
I'm have trouble getting McCLIM to play friendly with sbcl on
I follow the instructions at http://mcclim.cliki.net/GettingStarted
I installed also clx, spatial-trees-0.2, & (flexichain via
the first to I follow the instructions on the site above.
Now when I do a: (asdf:oos 'asdf:load-op :mcclim)
I get an error about: The file "/usr/pkg/lib/sbcl/site-systems/
package.lisp" does not exist.
I linked mcclim with: ln -s /usr/pkg/lib/sbcl/site-systems/mcclim/
mcclim.asd . and clx
does spatial-trees need to link. After inspecting flexichain, clx has