kinit: Client not found in Kerberos database while getting initial credentials
we need to write user after kinit
root@krb:/home/user# kinit root/admin
Password for root/admin@EXAMPLE.COM :
2. Error krb5-rsh Client
root@krb:/home/user# krb5-rsh -x -PN krb.example.com
error getting credentials: Server not found in Kerberos database
we need to add princ “host” that is associated with krb services
users and the services must have an appropriate principal entry in the Kerberos database. While users are in form of NAME/ROLE, services are in form SERVICE-NAME/HOSTNAME. So we need to add a principal for service “host” (common name for all shell services), on host where the service is provided — krb.example.com.
Authenticating as principal root/admin@EXAMPLE.COM with password.
error: Building GCC requires GMP 4.2 , MPFR 2.3.1 and MPC 0.8.0 .Try the –with-gmp, –with-mpfr and/or –with-mpc options to specifytheir locations. Source code for these libraries can be found attheir respective hosting sites as well as at…
i found this problem when i tried to install gcc for avr development on ubuntu
when i went to download site and tried to install it by source i still got problem. i might miss some parameter when i run ./configure.
just to save my time i prefer to do installation by apt-get, fortunately these package of GMP, MPFR, and MPC
after i install fglrx by downloading via amd homepage i got above error on my ubuntu 11.10. apparently there are some miss-configurations after the installation process.
so as suggested by some sites, i uninstall fglrx by running
# cd /usr/share/ati
# sudo sh ./fglrx-uninstall.sh
and once again i reboot my laptop expecting i can get my normal screen, but again
Fatal server error:
no screeen found
if u experience the same problem you may do this :
1. press ctrl+alt+f1 this will bring you to terminal
2. i decide to reinstall fglrx and get new configurations for my display so i run this command
[php]sudo apt-get –reinstall install fglrx[/php]
3. reboot, u should get your normal screen back 🙂
This is step by step to create an adhoc network or peer to peer using wifi on windows 7. ad hoc networks can be useful in general for sharing needs, ranging from sharing files and media, to Internet sharing. In addition these networks typically also used to play online games locally.
needed to make this network a computer or more, to make it follow the steps below:
1. In windows 7 open> Control Panel and select Network and Internet and then select Network and Sharing Center
2. Choose Setup New Connection or Network, then the menu that contains connection options provided windows 7 will appear, from the menus there select setup a wireless ad hoc basis.
3. After selecting the menu appear on wireless ad hoc explanation, click next
4. Next comes form that must be filled in. Those are the Network Name: Type Security, and Security Key;
enter the required information
for example Network Name: HpmeAdhoc, Security Type: WPA2-Personal, Security Key: 12345678,
usb bootable windows 7 is windows 7 installation software booted via usb flashdisk. any flashdisk with capacity larger than 3.5 GB can be use as usb bootable windows. All you need to create usb bootable windows 7 installation is windows 7 installation software in ISO format, windows 7 USB DVD downloader for microsoft, and Flashdisk larger than 3.5 or 4 GB. you will need more than 4 GB for windows 7 64 bit installation. but for 32bit windows 7 installation you will need approximately 2.5 Gb.
here are the steps to make usb bootable windows 7 :
1. Make sure you have windows 7 installation in ISO format.
2. Download Windows 7 USB DVD Downloader form here
3. Run Windows 7 USB DVD Downloader, just choose OK to default install
4. After you finished the installation windows 7 usb dvd downloader icon will come up to your desktop. Run this program as administrator
5. Select the media and Click next
6. Open or Choose the Windows 7 Installation in ISO format
there is some problems when i want to reinstall apache2 through aptitude / package. when i try usual apt-get remove apache2 then apt-get install apache2 i always get this message
/etc/apache2/envvars: No such file or directory
invoke-rc.d: initscript apache2, action “start” failed.
the message then says that its probably because you have deleted dir apache2. the problem is on apache2.2-common, but simple apt-get remove or dpkg –purge wont work, mostly because thera still package dependencies that prevent the package from deletion. after googling sometime i find same post that has been solved by running this command :