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At work we run vehicle tracking software from Kenwood called KAS-10. KAS-10 connects to our Kenwood radio system and receives position reports from mobile radios. KAS-10 has a dependency of Microsoft MapPoint, but not just any version of MapPoint, it needs MapPoint 2011. Under Windows XP, MapPoint 2011 installs without a hitch. Most business workstations…

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Loading fog/os/ubuntu/12.04/i386/linux…………..[…] Loading fog/os/ubuntu/12.04/i386/initrd.gz………..[…]….ready. This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU. Unable to boot – please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU. I keep coming across this issue on my eeePC. I’ve solved it more than once, but I never make note of how I solve it. The issue…

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I got my Netgear wifi dongle working with my raspberry pi model A. Here’s how I did it. Plug in the Netgear WG111 The RPi should see it right away (verify usinglsusb ) and you’ll see something like wlan0 using ifconfig Edit the wpa_supplicant.conf file and add the desired SSID and passphrase you want to connect to:…

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I had this error on nagios for the longest time. “NRPE: Command ‘check_disk_root’ not defined” This problem server, called derp is running NRPE under xinetd. Today I solved the issue! Big thanks to this answer on stackoverflow. In this answer by Jim Black, Jim says, “Be sure you killed off all the old daemons, including…

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