Installing the 32-bit Network Connect client on a 64-bit Linux machine gives the error: Setup Failed. Please install 32 bit Java and update alternatives links using update-alternatives command. For more details, refer KB article KB25230.
When trying to edit a network connection in Network Manager, a dialog box appears where you have to input the root password.
System policy prevents modification of system settings
An application is attempting to perform an action that requires privileges. Authentication as the super user is required to perform this action
It's been a few years since we migrated our site to Drupal, but I recently ran into some websites that were referencing our old directory structure. I thought URL Aliases would take care of this, but it had unexpected results. Read More
When typing in Drupal's WYSIWYG editor (i.e. FCKeditor or TinyMCE), the tab key will be seen by the browser as a navigation tool and proceed to the next tab-stop which is outside of the textarea.
We have been experiencing intermittent Drupal White Screen of Death's
when using the Search Module. At first, we thought it was multiple
search terms that were causing this. But, even single term searches
would fail. It seems that it depended on the word being search, but I
couldn't make a correlation.
I looked in error_log and it was showing a 500 error. php.log was
showing "PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare mymail() (previously
I renamed the function, but I got the same error again for the new function name.
Every once in awhile, some SunRay clients will stop being able to connect to a SunRay session and only display 14D.
Log messages showed: Oct 27 18:18:39 minsk utauthd: Worker4 NOTICE: SESSION_OK pseudo.00144f6f741c Oct 27 18:18:39 minsk utdevmgrd: symlink No such file or directory: /tmp/SUNWut/units/IEEE802.00144f6f741c
The SRSS software creates some directory and files in the /tmp filesystem. RedHat Linux has a cron job cleaning up /tmp daily. After a few days some of the files from SRSS were removed, causing the problem. This can be solved by adding "-x /tmp/SUNWut" to /etc/cron.daily/tmpwatch
CCD (image sensor) failures, particularly in conditions of high heat
and humidity, led to cameras capturing images with either no picture at
all, or with extreme distortion and severe purple or green color casts.