All posts tagged “error

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HHVM on Ubuntu 14.4 LTS fix

If you’ll get this nasty error:

/usr/bin/hhvm: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Simply run the following command:

sudo apt-get install libgmp10
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Exchange Update Offline Address Book

Since Exchange 2010 the graphical console doesn’t support the same functionality as the PowerShell Exchange console, it’s possible that there occur some exotic errors or a lack of functionality while working with the graphical console. I recommend to use only the Exchange PowerShell console for administrative work.

For example: I had to update the offline address book, I’ve deleted some distribution groups, updated the address list and the offline book, all with the graphical console. Result the address book still wasn’t up to date in the Outlook client after downloading the offline address book.

So I did the same thing with PowerShell:

Get-OfflineAddressbook | Update-OfflineAddressbook
Get-ClientAccessServer | Update-FileDistributionService

And hurray everything worked.

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bin/bash^M: bad interpreter

If you’re using windows and linux/unix and your also a system administrator who likes to script. The chances are high that you’ll get this error when executing a script on a linux/unix machine that has been made on a windows machine: bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directoy

The ^M character is a windows line break, which linux/unix can’t interpret. The solution is easy, use dos2unix [filename] and everything should work fine.