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These are the files and folders I deleted: bin folder: All *.pdb files docs folder include folder lib folder mysql-test folder share folder: Removed languages folders except english and spanish. share\charsets folder sql-bench folder A month later using mysql, I have not had any problems.


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I personally don't use r10k or anything like that. At the end of the day a puppet module is just a directory in your modules folder. If you are using git to manage your modules you could add it as a submodule, like this: cd modules git submodule add https://github.com/camptocamp/puppet-apache_c2c.git apache_c2c Of course this isn't doing any resolution ...


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I know that this is pretty old but we came across this problem ourselves. We found in the MSI logfile that the information it retrieved regarding the various install folders (favorites) were pointing to an non-existant network drive. Check the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders for issues.


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Ever since the move from the old CCISS driver to the HPSA driver, HP Smart Array controllers now leverage the normal SCSI block device subsystem. Therefore, the device naming scheme is /dev/sdX. Your use of a USB key alters the device enumeration because the USB device is present before the RAID controller (you're booting off of it). So the USB key becomes ...


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I realised my question did not go into detail about the .msp file. Originally my .msp file had the installation to be in a basic view. Basically, this stopped the installation from completing so no message would appear as the setup.exe process was still running. So to confirm, I set the installation view to 'none' in the msp file, and my message commands ...


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On systemd based systems like RHEL/CentOS 7 and Fedora the procedure for running initdb is somewhat different. This is no longer done by the init scripts (which no longer exist), and the new procedure is much closer to the upstream instructions. You must first su to the postgres user, and then run initdb or pg_ctl initdb. It's not necessary to provide a ...


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Does your installer ask for the keyboard language? We use the following language-related definitions in our preseed file, and the (standard PXEbooted) installer doesn't ask us anything about language. # Locale, country and keyboard settings d-i debian-installer/locale string en_US d-i console-setup/ask_detect boolean false d-i console-setup/modelcode ...


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Setting localization values will only work if you are using initrd preseeding. With all other methods the preseed file will only be loaded after these questions have been asked. To get this working there are two options: Setting localization as kernel parameters Building a custom netinstall iso with a preseeding.cfg


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It turns out that after much gnashing of teeth, I noticed that there's a package I had installed that NOBODY had referenced so far as I had ever seen. It's called spamass-milter-root. So, after having checked EVERYTHING I could think of, I figured, why not? ... ("#" is the system root account's CLI prompt.) # systemctl enable spamass-milter-root.service ...


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It turns out that there's a LOT to this. First, someone NOT familiar with this exact problem pointed out that maybe I didn't have enough of the software installed. What I had installed is listed in the question above. However, I did a yum list clamav-* and found there were packages available I did not have installed, including a milter, among other things. ...


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gettext port has been splitted into two different ports so you have outdates software that should be updated prior to the installations. First, update your ports tree: portsnap fetch update This may take a while. Then you have to install handful tool portmaster: make -C /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/portmaster install clean Then you have to check whether ...


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Will pkg install p5-Locale-gettext help you? (be careful if it offers removal and/or reinstallation of other packages)


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I would not use spamassassin through milter. I feel that amavisd is a much better option (eg: it give antivirus protection by the virtue of clamav). Here you can find some integration step for RedHat/CentOS; for Fedora they should be relatively similar.


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You need to start spamass service as well. systemctl start spamass-milter And verified it working by systemctl status spamass-milter and netstat -an | grep spamass-milter By default, spamassassin only shipped with spamd and spamc binary. Do daemon included in the package. That's why you need use integrator like bash script, amavisd or ...


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As far as I can see your preseed settings are correct. Did you set priority=critical in the boot parameter? That will prevent the installer from asking any questions, except critical ones. Also did you try to set console-setup/layoutcode=us in the boot parameter? I remember that would get rid of the last question about the keymap, it may help in your ...


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Windows 2012 requires newer hardware than 2008. The error 0x00000091 is usually the result of a hardware failure or unsupported hardware.


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Try running the install from an elevated command prompt that maps the network storage prior to running the install. (Basically, when you elevate the process it doesn't have access to the network share, because it's its own session and doesn't have access to the same resources your regular account has.)


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There are no 32 bits packages in those repositories: Check for yourself, amd64: wget -O - \ http://repo.mongodb.org/apt/ubuntu/dists/trusty/mongodb-org/3.1/multiverse/binary-amd64/Packages.gz \ 2>/dev/null | zless | grep ^Package Package: mongodb-org-unstable Package: mongodb-org-unstable-mongos Package: mongodb-org-unstable-server Package: ...



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