|Problem to plot 3D surface with R|
Try this to see why I don't think this data is well suited for wireframe:
cloud(Z~X+Y, data=FI02, xlab="X", ylab="Y", main="Surface elevation",
type="l", screen=list(z=-60, x=-60))
|kruskal.test shows "All group levels must be finite" error. What is the problem?|
It should work if you run
data$Grp <- as.factor(data$Grp)
Then (as before):
This is because Grp is a character not a factor and is.finite applied to an
object of character class is always false (see ?is.finite).
|WiX Toolset - check for all installation prerequisites at once (conditional installation)|
The WiX Condition element when used under a Fragment or Product element
represents an entry in the LaunchCondition Table and is processed by the
LaunchConditions Action. The behavior you see is a limitation of that
Here's a blog article I wrote about this 7 years ago:
Short Comings of LaunchConditions
Sadly, Microsoft has never taken my recommendations for improvement. So
instead of using the Condition element you'll have to write your own custom
table and custom action to do the processing.
I have sample code for this in InstallScript and C# but I've never written
it in C/C++.
Here is a stripped down example in InstallScript. Read it as pseudocode
for refactoring in C/C++. You'll need to also create the custom table used
by the SQL query, define and schedule
|Gem installation error during MYSQL gem installation in ruby|
You need to install mysql before installing mysql gem. Follow this link on
how to install mysql on windows
|Installation Error - D/InstallAppProgress(): Installation error code: -25|
Check the version number in your Manifest. If the version is less than the
one on the device, you will not be able to over-install.
You can install it using adb by using the -r flag.
See here http://developer.android.com/tools/help/adb.html
|aaspectj - installation, ide and in between|
there are kind of supporting tools for eclipse that ease aspectJ
development (e.g. it shows you weaved pointcuts etc).
AspectJ itself has several options of how to "enrich" your code. You can
use compile-time weaving, which modifies your class-files. or you use
load-time weaving, in which case aspectj modifies the bytecode during
startup of your application.
either way, after weaving, your code depends on the aspectJ-runtime
library, so you need this in your classpath too.
If you use maven, you add aspectj-stuff to it, if you dont, you add it to
eclipse itself (which is the plugin for, i guess). just install ADJT and
you are up and running.
Ahh, seems like a typo in docs, could you move that anonymous 4 spaces
lower to something like:
|Windows 8 installation|
The message tell that CPU doesn't support the required CPU features like
SSE2, PAE and NX-Bit.
May be this can help you:-
Unlike Windows Vista and 7, Windows 8 (as from build 8400) is not
compatible with all models of the Pentium 4 processor.
This is due to the fact that Windows 8 requires a processor compatible
with the following functions: SSE2, PAE and NX bit. All Pentium 4 are
compatible with SSE2 and EAP: the problem may come from the NX bit.
First, make sure your Pentium 4 model supports the NX bit: for sockets
423 or 478 processors, then it won't work (in most cases).
For sockets 775 processors, it can be compatible. If the CPU supports
NX-bit, you can install Windows 8 32-bit or 64-bit (it
depends on the models!).
Also make sure that NX bit is n
|Installation VoltDB on MAC|
Installing VoltDB on a Mac uses the same process as on Linux.
The installation instructions are covered in Using VoltDB: Ch. 2:
If you are installing from the source code on Github, you first need to run
a build. There are instructions to do this in Github on the project wiki.
However, from the error you are seeing, it looks like you are trying to
compile the VoltDB PHP client library. To do that, I recommend downloading
the PHP client library from VoltDB.com, since that includes both the PHP
client library and the version of the C++ library that it depends on. It
includes build instructions. If you're getting the source from github, you
should know that the latest version of library is the native branch, not
|Shared lib installation|
make check checks that the program you just compiled works fine. You need
to compile it first, e.g. with make (no arguments) or make -j 8 (faster, if
you have several cores). You will also need to install it, with sudo make
|Best software installation kit for Mac OS X?|
It might be rich, but it is not the OS X "style" - I have not seen any
installer do that in ages.
If you would like to do a tutorial or orientation, I would launch that
after the installation business has been completed.
BTW, full screen etc are also discouraged on Windows.
In all seriousness, save yourself a ton of time and trouble by installing
perlbrew is a tool to manage multiple perl installations in your $HOME
directory. They are completely isolated perl universes. This approach has
No need to run sudo to install CPAN modules, any more.
Try the monthly released new perls.
Learn new language features.
Test your production code against different perl versions.
Leave vendor perl (the one that comes with OS) alone
|personalize AIR app installation|
You can access the installation folder via :
But your app hasn't write permissions on the folder.
You should use :
Like Lee Burrows said, you could create the file at the first application
var configFile:File =
// load file
// apply default settings + save settings to "configFile"
What version of bundler are you running? Try gem install bundler and verify
that it's a version 1.3.x or higher. I've seen references that the error
occurs due to older versions of bundler.
Not directly related to RedMine but a similar issue:
|Run an EXE from MSI Installation Script|
Sure, schedule a custom action very early in the InstallExecuteSequence. No
modifications to the machine should happen before the
InstallExecuteSequence is called.
|Git installation on Solaris 8|
You will need to compile git and all its dependencies from source, and you
need a C compiler for that. Solaris does not ship with one. In the old
days, gcc could be downloaded in an old version which could be used to
bootstrap a new one, and you can then use that to compile what you need.
This may take you some time to get right if you are not familiar with the
Another approach that might work for you, is to use jgit instead (requires
The easiest is most likely to download jgit.sh from
http://www.eclipse.org/jgit/download/ and try it out.
|iOS Ad Hoc installation failing|
Then I archived the app, uploaded to test flight, gave permission to
all the devices in the profile, and sent the notification emails with
the download link.
You must add the devices to the profile before you build and archive the
app. The list of approved devices is bundled in the app, not checked online
at install time.
|gem installation with Ruby2 x64|
I have also windows with installed java,jdk
ruby 2.0.0p0 (2013-02-24) [i386-mingw32]
ajarshid>gem install json --platform=ruby
Temporarily enhancing PATH to include DevKit...
Building native extensions. This could take a while...
Successfully installed json-1.8.0
Parsing documentation for json-1.8.0
unable to convert "x90" from ASCII-8BIT to UTF-8 for
unable to convert "x90" from ASCII-8BIT to UTF-8 for
Installing ri documentation for json-1.8.0
Done installing documentation for json (2 sec).
1 gem installed
Please check whether dev kit install properly or not
ruby dk.rb review
|Wix: How to specify a pre-installation detection|
1.Registry key to use for VS/Update Detection
You can use below registry for detection purpose, This has value
CurrentBuildNumber=11.0.60315 For VSUpdate2
2.If your intention is to search for VSUpdate2 you need to use
registrysearch Tag, Which will search the value for you. Once you have
updated value you can have logic of custom pop up in your Managed UX
Perform the following steps
sudo cp jemdoc.py /usr/bin/jemdoc
Then make it executable
sudo chmod 755 /usr/bin/jemdoc
Now any of the given commands should work
will create a index.html file.
|IIS installation error|
What do you mean you're accessing iis? Is it via a URL?
A 404 error means the server hasn't found the file it's looking for?
You may need to correctly configure a default page on the server (you may
need to create a page 'default.htm', or 'default.aspx'
you'll need to try adding the IIS management console:
go to 'add/remove programs'
select 'turn windows features on or off'
click '+' next to 'Internet Information Services'
exp[and 'web management tools'
check 'iis management console'
this will install the console
try again, you may find that it works
locate the console (right click 'Computer' on the Start menu, select
'manage', under 'Services and Application', click 'Internet Information
Services (IIS) manager
Under IIS, select 'Default Document'. This will show you what documents
|Django installation on OSX|
You have a conflict between python 2.7 and 3.3.2. You installed django for
python 2.7 and certainly tried to used it with python 3.3.2.
The best way to avoid this kind of problem is to use virtualenv:
$ sudo pip install virtualenv
$ virtualenv my_virtualenv
$ virtualenv -p <PATH TO PYTHON VERSION> my_virtualenv
$ source my_virtualenv/bin/activate
$ pip install Django==1.5.2
This will install the good version of django in your virtualenv. You need
to check if the python 3 version is available with pip.
Thanks to virtualanv, you will be able to save/freeze and install your
environement on another machine:
$ pip freeze > requirement.txt
$ pip install -r requirement.txt
|Node.js installation error|
I was experiencing the same error message trying to install on Windows 7.
I was able to fix this issue and successfully install by:
changing the directory for installation.
Instead of installing within my "Program Files (X86)" folder, I installed
into my "Program Files" folder
My suggestion is to try installing to a different directory as this solved
the problem for me.
|LARGEADDRESSAWARE turned off after installation?|
Whatever is going wrong here, it surely has something to do with you doing
this by hand. Let the build system do this for you. Project + Properties,
Build Events tab. Paste this into the "Post-build event command line" box:
editbin.exe /nologo /largeaddressaware "$(targetfilename)"
|Installation error: INSTALL_FAILED_UID_CHANGED|
Please see this issue - This should cover your problem :)
Eclipse Installation error: INSTALL_FAILED_UID_CHANGED
I've also had this problem before -
te most reliable solution is to wipe the Emulator using.
emulator.exe -avd myAvdName -wipe-data
|SQL installation on Amazon Web Services|
You can create a micro instance for free and install whatever you want on
it. If your not familiar with using the CLI, it can be a bit daunting but
there are plenty of guides online.
They also offer an RDS service where, they will allow you to set up a
database instance and will maintain it for you but it's not free.
Link to there MS Server Page
Azure is the windows cloud service, I think the comment was have you
considered looking at azure instead of AWS
|Installation of ELMAH in MVC Project|
This is very strange, I personally never saw anything like that. Can you
elaborate, what actually are you doing?
To access nuget packages you don't need to have nuget account. You can
install, either by right click on target project and select corresponding
menu item or, in Power Shell window
|Qt installation directory woes|
You can put qt.conf into your binary. Using the resource system.
From the Qt docs:
Without qt.conf, the Qt libraries will use the hard-coded paths to
look for plugins, translations, and so on. These paths may not exist
on the target system, or they may not be accesssible. Because of this,
you need qt.conf to make the Qt libraries look elsewhere.
QLibraryInfo will load qt.conf from one of the following locations:
:/qt/etc/qt.conf using the resource system
Using QApplication::addLibraryPath() or
QApplication::setLibraryPaths(). This approach is recommended if you
only have one executable that will use the plugin.
If you add a custom path using QApplication::addLibraryPath it could look
|YUM not respecing my installation group|
When you run the createrepo -g command you need to specify the path as
well. Such as createrepo -g groups.xml /this/is/the/path, you should also
be placing the groups.xml file in the /this/is/the/path/ directory (with
all the RPMs). I figure you're doing the second part from your question,
but I'm not sure about the first part. If you've done that, and you still
aren't seeing the group running yum grouplist, have you run a yum clean all
to ensure the data is refreshed?
|Installation of OS in android emulator|
You can only change the API the emulator uses and then you'll probably have
to restart it. I can't imagine it would simply change Operating Systems. I
just create a different AVD for each API I use and run them when I need
them (with an API 18 Emulator always running).
|How to use wordpress outside installation directory|
Change your site url from
In database it would be found in wp_options table
|Check Mac app installation method|
Check for the existence of the App Receipt:
If it exists then this app was downloaded from the Mac App Store, else it
was downloaded from outside the Mac App Store.
|Installation of Fuse IDE 7.1 not working|
Fuse IDE 7.1. does not work with Eclipse Kepler. It only works with Eclipse
3.x. The Fuse IDE 6.0 (From JBoss) works with Eclipse 4.0. And the upcoming
JBoss Fuse IDE 6.1 is likely to work with latest Eclipse 4.x version when
You can see the Fuse IDE 7.1 documentation here:
|Django-lfs file installation|
You forgot to expand the archive; but you don't need to follow all those
First, download and install pillow. Make sure you select the version that
matches your version of Python.
Next, run easy_install django-lfs from a command prompt. This will download
and install django-lfs.
|Can't access phpmyadmin after installation|
If you are sure that you do have lamp-stack just open up your terminal and
and paste the following at the end of file
You can also visit https://help.ubuntu.com/community/phpMyAdmin for more
|imagick installation in xampp 1.7.3|
You can find some useful info on imagick not able to handle pdf here
Can you try and load the same pdf using ghostscript?
What is the version of your pdf file
|Ubuntu Installation Error|
Did you include the init script into your bash_profile/bashrc?
RVM installed by ruby not working?
|Cloudera installation Doubts?|
From the Cloudera Manual
You can migrate the data from a CDH3 (or any Apache Hadoop) cluster to a
CDH4 cluster by
using a tool that copies out data in parallel, such as the DistCp tool
offered in CDH4.
Regarding your second question,
Again from the manual page
Before proceeding, you need to decide:
As a general rule:
The NameNode and JobTracker run on the the same "master" host unless
the cluster is large (more than a few tens of nodes), and the master
host (or hosts) should not
run the Secondary NameNode (if used), DataNode or TaskTracker
services. In a large cluster, it is especially important that the
Secondary NameNode (if used) runs on a separate machine from the
NameNode. Each node in the cluster except the master host(s) sho
|Stopping "php-fpm" ( homebrew installation ) Mac OSX 10.8.2|
I got it :
The method to do it was as follows :
1. To checkout php-fpm, use :
2. To stop the service, we have to use Apple's SystemStarter, like so :
SystemStarter php54-fpm restart
|Remove previous installation on WiX|
Change the product ID to *, this will ensure that a unique GUID is
generated during the MSI compilation.
Then add the following :
<Property Id="OLDVersion" Secure="yes" />
IncludeMinimum="yes" IncludeMaximum="no" />
Under InstallExecuteSequence add:
<RemoveExistingProducts Before="InstallInitialize" />
This should take care of uninstalling the previously installed versions.
Make sure that the Upgrade GUID which you are using is common across all
the versions of your MSI.
Check this LINK