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“Error in invoking target ‘agent nmo nmb’ of makefile ‘home/oracle/OraHome_1/sysman/lib/ins_sysman.mk’. See ‘/home/oracle/oraInventory/logs/installAction2011-11-17_07-04-25AM.log’ for details.”
Nice. Just nice.
Checking out the logs, there were a few warnings and errors that showed More >
I’m sure you are already upgraded to iOS 5 by now if your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch supports it. Well, even if you aren’t yet, it’s probably just because you didn’t have the time yet.
It’s only been a week since I’ve updated my iPhone 3Gs and I’ve to say that it’s the best OS that’s landed on the iPhone 3Gs. The performance is great and it also feels much faster than iOS 4.x. Overall, I’m a happy camper that my 3Gs has received a new More >
Quick update note: It looks like there are some users who’s also faced the same problem after upgrading to Mountain Lion. The fix described below works just the same with Mountain Lion!
So you’ve upgraded your Mac from Snow Leopard to the new roaring Lion. Once done, you browse around your Mac and is generally happy that everything remained working and all the data is still available as if nothing’s change except for the new features and More >
Upgrading to Lion on my MacBook Pro was great. It was perhaps the easiest OS upgrade I’ve ever done thus far. While I generally like how it is, there are a few nagging issues with Lion that just irritated the heck out of me.
One of it is that when my MacBook wakes up from sleep mode, my bluetooth mouse would never get paired again without the need to turn the MacBook’s bluetooth module off and on. This was never the case with Snow Leopard! More >
I recently installed XCode 4 off the Mac App Store. Once that was done, i found that iTunes started throwing me the “iTunes was unable to load dataclass information from Sync Services” error every time I try to plug in the iPad and iPhone to sync via iTunes.
Darn! Looks like the Xcode 4 install screwed up iTunes in some way.
By now, most of you iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch folks would probably already be on iOS 4.3. But there’s one thing that might have bugged you a whole lot. If you happened to sync a huge load of photos via iTunes to your iDevice, chances are, you’d notice that the photos may not fit in the available storage anymore.
Worse still, you may even get the ”The required file cannot be found.” error and not able to sync the photos at all!
It seems More >
All is great when you immediately fire it up and try to download an application. But after doing so, you might get a nasty ‘unknown error (100)’ problem.
So how do you fix this problem if it’s unknown? Well, the solution to this problem is actually rather simple.
The main issue with this problem, so it seems, is that the Mac App Store More >
Recently, my iPhone’s ability to wirelessly tether the Internet connection from my mobile data plan through bluetooth was broken. I wasn’t sure what went wrong or what broke it. All I did right before it happened was to upgrade my RAM from 4GB to 8GB and also the hard disk to a nice 7200RPM 500GB Western Digital Scropio. And the guy that helped me upgrade it did a PRAM reset as well.
But anyways, it just go screwed up. It would still pair More >
Recently, (NO) thanks to our wonderful host, we had to recover from a RAID failure which caused severe data corruption on our dedicated server’s RAID array. And upon recovering from the fiasco and spending several hours getting the server back up, we discovered multiple lost files and worst of all, corrupted database files!
And we had both MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express running on the server. We managed to backup the critical More >
Here’s a quick tip to fix for those of you Mac users who are using Parallels 5 as the virtualization solution.
Support came back to me with the following steps to fix the problem. First, quit Parallels if it’s already running. Then go through the steps noted below.
- Go to /Library/Parallels/
- Right-click on “Parallels Service.app” -> Show Package Contents
- Go to /Contents/PlugIns/
- Right-click on “Parallels Network Start.app” -> Show Package More >
Have you ever waited for more than 10 hours trying to just sync your iPhone with iTunes? Well, you’re not alone. I recently just had that exact problem. I started syncing my iPhone at 8pm last night and when I woke up at 7am this morning, it was still synchronizing. And to makes things worse, iTunes More >
Here’s a quick post to share a quick fix to a problem that I faced this morning while trying to setup a proof-of-concept environment for the Oracle Service Bus. If you think I’m writing Greek, then you may skip this rather g(r)eeky post. However, if you’re like me having this problem and wondering why there are so little post online that easily explains what the problem is and how to quickly fix it, then here’s a quick tip to save your More >
My brother just had this problem where he was not able to log on into his Vista Home premium notebook. It happened when he accidentally shut down his notebook while the Dell utility was updating his machine. The next thing he knew, he got the following error message when he tried to log on to his machine.
The user profile service service failed the login. User profile cannot be loaded.
After stumbling around a little, I manage to help him More >
If you’re a Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate user, you would probably have noticed the Windows DVD Maker and might even have tried it out. And in all honesty, I’d have to say that I actually like it.
One of the main reason why I think that the Windows Movie Maker is kinda cool is that it’s just so easy to use. All you need to do is just the few steps as the following:
- Launch Windows DVD More >