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Posted 09-09-2009 at 04:15 AM bybitpicker (Bitpicker's Blog: Random musings and rants)
Sometimes when it rains it pours.
Last week was like that - computers were having problems all around me, as as I am the person everyone around me turns to when that happens (I'm sure many of you can relate), they all became my problems.
There were three major incidents plus a hardware-related fourth more or less at the same time. The stories of the three are, I think, somewhat enlightening - especially as to the inertia Windows users show when it comes to something...
Posted 09-08-2009 at 04:21 PM bylumak (Lumak's Guide to Random Things)
Updated 09-22-2009 at 12:31 AM bylumak
while it was fun to do, this was actually completely useless. Just hotkey your terminal and type "man'! Original post as follows.
I recently got a tablet PC and instantly wanted to fill it with a wealth of knowledge. This lead me to want PDFs of the man pages. Luckily, man can output in post script and there is a ps2pdf converter on most Linux distributions... But you may not want to convert them manually and you may want a nice folder structure for them....
i can seem to figure out what or where the problem might be when i try to run this file configure_etc.sh.
This is the error i get
Can't load '/usr/local/OpenCA/modules/perl5/i386-linux-thread-multi/auto/OpenCA/OpenSSL/OpenSSL.so' for module OpenCA::OpenSSL: /usr/local/OpenCA/modules/perl5/i386-linux-thread-multi/auto/OpenCA/OpenSSL/OpenSSL.so: ne peut restaurer le segment prot après reloc: Permission not accorded at /usr/lib/perl5/5.10.0/i386-linux-thread-multi/XSLoader.pm...