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After you've set up your partitions and the system creates them, you then come to the package selection screen. Here, you can press Ctrl+Alt+F2 to switch to a virtual console with a root shell. You can then reformat the partition to your liking. Press Ctrl+Alt+F6 to return to the installer when you finish.


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That's not a video console port, it's a management/programming/tech support console port. Go to http://find.synology.com to run the internet based web assistant.


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We have the same issue in our environment; Scripts are not run from within the package. Our Microsoft Consultant advised us to avoid using the scripting function.


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Looks error is: The system cannot find the path specified Not clear what file is missing from output provided. My suggestion is to use Process Monitor https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645.aspx to find what file installer looking for during setup. Start with 2 filters: Result is not success Process Name contains ...


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I couldn't find a way to make the server itself tell the Windows installer how to see the disk, but by talking to @joeqwerty in the comments I ended up following this course, which worked: Download the latest drivers from Dell: I did that from my product's support page, going on "Drivers & Downloads", category "Driver for OS Deployment". There was one ...


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It may just be a matter of copying the Start menu folders. Similarly to joeqwerty's comment, I also don't recall having the "all users/current user only" option when installing the full SQL Server, but the Express edition may be different. So, if the application was installed for only the installer's account, you can try copying the Start menu folders from ...


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I am using setenv.sh bash script, which is located in $TOMCAT_HOME/bin directory. catalina.sh script is referring to it by default. Forgot to mention, that this script is not there by default. You need to create it and give tomcat user (or whatever user you use to run tomcat) to be able to execute it.


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Yes, this is possible. Use Blueprint. Blueprint is a simple configuration management tool that reverse-engineers servers. It figures out what you’ve done manually, stores it locally in a Git repository, generates code that’s able to recreate your efforts, and helps you deploy those changes to production. ...


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I used to work on a disaster recovery product sold by EMC as HomeBase which did exactly this sort of thing (although never supported apt/dpkg packaged linux). Making it work reliably is HARD. If you're happy to just reinstall the same set of packages then you should be able to pull out the list of manually installed ones easily enough: ...


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This release is like too old. You should try at least 11.2.0.5.x. And the beast way to solve problems it to search the metalink, not here.


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Your issue with running the upgrade on the Schema Master is that you're trying to run 64-bit code on a 32-bit operating system. Nothing to do with the versions of Windows and Exchange involved, though it does sound like you're running a woefully out-of-date and untidy environment. Frankly it sounds like you should tidy up your current Exchange org and ...


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Check supported Active Directory environments here: http://technet.microsoft.com/library/ff728623(v=exchg.150).aspx I would highly recommend upgrading your AD servers first.


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The use of 64-bit Active Directory domain controllers increases directory service performance for Exchange 2010. For more information about Exchange 2010, the Mailbox server role and Active Directory ratios, see the "Active Directory Server and Mailbox Server Ratios" section in Understanding Server Role Ratios and Exchange Performance. Have look at this URL ...


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You're missing a few requirements in order for sox to be usable, mainly libmad. This is what I use to install sox in an EC2: [NOTES] In FAAC you need to delete a line making a deprecated call or it won't compile. LIBMAD needs a patch in order to compile. I run ldconfig after each build, it may be overkill but a couple of times I didn't do it the install ...


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You need to use pinning and set all unstable packages to a pinning value below 500, and add pinning values above those for stable (normally 500, but 990 if APT::Default-Release is used) for those unstable packages you want: Example /etc/apt/preferences: Package: * Pin: release a=unstable Pin-Priority: 110 Package: myspecialpackage Pin: release a=unstable ...


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Don't use NexentaStor for new installations in 2015. It's a dead product!! You could post a support question on their forums (good luck), but the community user base was basically abandoned and there are simply better alternatives for a ZFS storage appliance. The main reason to consider this advice is hardware support. Linux and other actively-developed ...


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The tool you are looking for is piuparts, not debci. debci is for running a package's test suite under "installed" conditions and hence also checks the installation. But it will not report a red "failure" upon installation failures, it will only report a yellow warning "temporary failure", e.g. when zsh became uninstallable after a BinNMU. See DEP 8 for a ...



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