If you need to merge the output DLLs generated after precompiling an ASP.NET website from Visual Studio 2008 and later, you need to use the ASP.NET merge tool. The location of this tool is a bit tricky, though. The version in the default location is actually the wrong one!
Fortunately, there is a configuration setting that will give you more time to enter the BIOS screen at startup. It will make the POST screen delay for the specified number of milliseconds.
If you don’t provide a dictionary to read the XML stream with, you will get a weird and unhelpful exception that says “the input source is not correctly formatted”, and googling around will only bring you to posts telling you that “your client/server endpoints are not matched” or “you need to use the basicHttpBinding”. This is not a binding issue – it’s a deserialization issue that comes up when i make an attempt to inspect the soap messages coming in to (or going out of) my WCF service.
While looking for a fix for the inability of VMware player 4.0.2 to get updated vmware tools (I was getting the error message “Could not find component…
I was messing around with Vmware converter (in windows XP, running from a dual-boot partition), and then I kept getting the following message: “FAILED: Unable to find…
I’ve been trying to get a backported kernel to work on my installation of Debian Squeeze, but it seems some include files are not included in recent kernel versions. There are also some issues with Kernel version checks in the Nvidia Makefiles.
I finally got it to work by combining information from the Debian Wiki and Paul Goins’ blog at vultaire.net