|installing a console application as a windows service in windows server 2003|
Now I want to install this console app using the installutil.exe as a
You need to convert it to a Windows Service application instead of a
console application. See the Walkthrough: Creating a Windows Service on
MSDN for details.
The other option would be to use Windows Task Scheduler to schedule the
system to run your Console Application. This can behave very similarly to
a service without actually creating a service, as you can schedule the
application to run on any schedule you choose.
|JSI RTree implementation "contains" method giving incorrect results?|
author of jsi here. My initial thoughts are that this is probably a problem
with the way you're using the library.
If you raise an issue on github with enough information to reproduce then
I'll take a look.
|Cannot Connect to Windows server 2012 IIS 7 after installing PHP for windows|
Because PHP Manager changed the configuration of IIS, I located a solution
online that explained, very simply, that I needed to create an Global FTP
site for the entire package. Poof!!! It works like a charm. Tada!!!!!!!!!!
|How do I use an rtree to organise HTML elements to reduce the number of times I have to run an overlap check?|
In an R-tree, rectangular pages can indeed overlap.
When searching for overlaps, you would have to explore both groups then.
But the number of overlapping pages in the r-tree shouldn't be too big
(unless the tree was built very badly), so this will still yield a good
speedup. Assuming you have 50 elements in 5 pages of 10 elements each, you
will first have to test the 5 top level pages, then maybe test the 10
elements in 0-2 of these pages, so maybe just 15 overlap tests instead of
The exact numbers will of course vary a lot.
For a HTML solution, however, I would consider a grid based approximation
Divide your surface in 10x10 cells. Each cell contains references of the
rectangles that overlap with this grid cell.
When testing for overlap, you look at the grid cells the qu
|Installing Pik on Windows|
Environment variables are not a system-wide thing but are stored
per-process and inherited by child processes. So changing them in the
System Settings will not have any immediate effect.
The guaranteed way for your changes to propagate is to restart your system.
Otherwise you could try starting a process via Win+R.
|Installing svgcairo on windows|
You need to install librsvg in a location that ghc can find first. Check
out http://librsvg.sourceforge.net/download/ for downloads, but you might
have to build it from source yourself, which is beyond the scope of this
answer. Then just make sure that wherever you've installed the library is
on your path and that pkg-config can find it, and you should be good to go.
|Installing eventmachine on windows 8|
Found you via Reddit!
Try using the precompiled eventmachine gem
gem install eventmachine --pre
You're getting this issue because the eventmachine gem (or one of it's
dependencies) is written in C and needs to be compiled by a locally
available C compiler (LLVM, GCC, etc).
If you continue to get this issue after including the --pre flag in your
gemfile, I would uninstall all local eventmachine versions and take a look
at these links:
eventmachine issue #411
Hope this helps!
|Installing eyed3 in windows|
Depending on where you got your Python from, it may not have come with
setuptools. In particular, it does not come in the standard Windows
installers from Python.org.
Some packages' setup.py scripts have special code that tries to download
and install setuptools (or distribute) if it's missing, or that bundles in
just enough of setuptools into the package itself. But not all of them do.
The answer is to install setuptools yourself.
While you're at it, you probably want to also install pip, and then you can
just pip install . from within the directory, or pip install
eyeD3-0.7.3.zip without unzipping, or even just pip install eyeD3 without
even downloading. (Among other things, it will also download and install
any dependencies that eyeD3 might need.)
In fact, the eyeD3 installation doc
|Installing Less in Ruby - Windows|
you can not install twitter-Bootstrap with less file on Window machine
because , Window does not support twitter-bootstrap-less library l.e (
libV8 , exec.js , python , error) that not work on Window .
if you want to run your project on window machine than used "Bootstrap
gem" instead of 'twitter-bootstrap-rails gem' .
Otherwise used the Ubuntu OS it is best suited for any Ruby on Rails
Application with solve dependency of your GemFile easily . and you used
"less-rails", and "twitter-bootstrap-rails" easily and not come any issue
|Installing pThreads in Windows|
The code you have posted is not compatible with pthreads.
Windows binaries for pthreads are available
Simply download the release, unpack the extension dll (php_pthreads.dll) to
your extension directory and the runtime dll (pthreadVC2.dll) to your php
directory (same dir as php.exe) and add extension=php_pthreads.dll to your
Example pthreads code can be found on github
|Installing anaconda to use with windows|
well you might have two installations of python, one inside the anaconda
package, and other which you might have installed earlier. try doing :
from CygWin console.
If it returns:
then it is definitely a add-to-path problem.
to fix it for CygWin,
you have to add the python installation from anaconda to the path.
try this fromn CygWin:
and then doing:
should give you:
and then it will work.
|Installing MSI through windows service|
InstallAllUsers property in for MSI was set to false. My windows service
was running under Local System account and my machine was logged in with
windows authentication under administrator account. So when the
installation happened it was assumed that MSI is installed by the user
other than who has logged into the machine with windows authentication so
it didnt not show up in the start menu and under Programs and Features.
It was not necessary for me to keep the InstallAllUsers to false so simply
i made it true which solved my problem.
|Installing my program on Windows CE 5|
For windows CE and windows mobile applications use CAB file, in this link
describe how to create CAB file.
|WIX Installing windows service|
I see several reasons which may lead to failure here:
You are not calling
at the end of your method. The Installers.Add(..) line should actually add
the service to service table. See the example at the end of this page
As far as I know, Installer classes are not supported in WIX, Custom
Actions are used instead. How do you call your code from WIX?
WIX has a <ServiceInstall> element for installing services. Although
not allmighty, this element is very powerful and the preferred method to
install Windows Services. See Installing and starting a Windows Service
|npm not installing jsdom in Windows|
You're not the only one having issues with installing jsdom on windows. You
could try these instructions:
or use Cheerio which is easier to install on windows and does a similar
|Installing cocos2d-x on windows 7|
Compatibility notes at the time of writing, August 2011
NumPy 1.7.0 was released 2013-02-11 so you probably need the 1.6 version.
Install 1.6.2 and try with that.
|Trouble Installing ImageMagick for Windows|
That video has a bunch of unnecessary stuff if all you want to do is get
ImageMagick working as a standalone product on Windows. All you need to do
Download latest Windows binary from imagemagick.org. Right now, that file
is located here.
Run the installer (leave all default values the way they are)
Open a command prompt (Start --> Run --> cmd.exe)
Navigate to the ImageMagick folder in the command prompt window. For the
default install path, this is done as follows :
Change to the root directory of the C: drive (type cd followed by the enter
Change to the ImageMagick folder (type cd "Program
FilesImageMagick-6.8.6-Q16" followed by the enter key)
Test that it's working with the convert command: convert imageslogo.jpg
Look at the directory listing and check the for a l
|Installing Windows Service without rebuilding|
The service name is a string. You can pass it as a parameter to the
installer and install the same service multiple times using the
parameterized service name.
Here's an abstract base class we use for service that includes a code based
installer. You can adapt this to parameterized service name easily.
Converting a c# commandline app to a Windows service
|Error installing karma on Windows 7|
I ended up uninstalling node. Then used chocolatey to install it. That gave
me a couple of errors but as I debugged, it turned out that for some
reason, the npm config file had the wrong registry address to look up the
packages. So when I executed
npm install -g karma
it would try to connect to the registry and couldn't. After fixing the
address, everything worked smoothly. I was starting to question if my
previously installed programs had changed any system config files or
network settings. Evidently, there was no proxy issue encountered.
|Windows Service not running after installing|
There is an excellent chance that the service lacks permission to perform
one or more actions when run as a service account.
Check the Windows Event Log for any related error messages. As a test, you
can configure your service to run as the same user you log on with (just to
make sure the issue is permission based... do NOT leave that configuration
active as it is a major security hole).
|Difficulty with installing gasp in windows 7 64 bit|
AS per GASP latest version does not works on window (source). on windows
0.2 version works you can find detail in attached source.
|M2Crypto Error Installing on Windows|
Putting this in answer format:
You could try to install a binary build from
from mata's comment that resolved OP's issue
|Installing 64 bit version of Boost C++ in Windows 7|
Make sure you do these steps:
1) Start a 64 bit cmd.exe
2) Move to the Boost root directory; i.e. where you unzipped the files.
3) Run "boostrap.bat" (This creates b2.exe and bjam.exe in the root
4) b2 as you currently do
I suspect you might be not doing (1) and (3).
|Installing Plugins in gvim on Windows 8|
It looks like you have forgotten to install everything.
More precisely, the autoload/EasyMotion.vim file is supposed to go in
$HOME/vimfiles/autoload/ and the doc/easymotion.txt file is supposed to go
|Error installing cucumber in Windows 8|
In your error is the supposed answer. It looks like you're on Windows, you
need some form of compiler to build the native-code portion of them gherkin
This link discusses what's going on.
and Here is a link to the DevKit installers, it looks like it's a
MinGW-based system (basically GCC on Windows).
edit: Whoops, looks like you installed the DevKit. Sounds like you skipped
or incorrectly performed a step and it can't find it, not really a Ruby
|Installing ModSecurity with OWASP for Windows|
You need to enable ModSecurity in your web.config file by adding the
following configuration element to the <system.webServer> section:
Also, out of the box, the rule engine only runs in "detection mode" (and
still logs problem requests to the Application event log) so as not to
disrupt your live sites with false positives.
To allow ModSecurity to take action such as blocking, denying etc you need
to change the SecRuleEngine directive from:
You can find this setting in:
Before you can edit this file you need to remove the read-only attribute.
You'll also need to run your e
|exception while installing My SQL server for windows 7?|
The standard installer includes MySQL Workbench. If you look at its
download page, and in the pre-requisites:
To be able to install and run MySQL Workbench 5.2 your System needs to
have libraries listed below installed. The listed items are provided as
links to the corresponding download pages where you can fetch the necessary
Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile
Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86)
(There may be other packages that also depend on .NET. Workbench was the
obvious one I know of)
|Installing Theano on EPD (Windows x64), g++ not detected|
The problem was that I installed Enthought Canopy and it does not contain
mingw. The issue can be solved by installing Enthought Python Distribution.
Following CUDA linking error - Visual Express 2008 I created vcvars64.bat
c:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0VCinamd64 to avoid nvcc
fatal : Visual Studio configuration file '(null)' error.
But now I get this exception:
c:program files (x86)microsoft visual studio
10.0vcincludecodeanalysissourceannotations.h(29): error: invalid
redeclaration of type name "size_t"
|Installing emacs plugins on windows|
is special in the (double-quote) read syntax for strings, as certain
characters take on a new meaning when prefixed by a backslash (e.g.
is a newline, is a tab, and " is a double-quote character). When the
following character does not have any special meaning in conjunction with
the backslash, that character is used verbatim, and the backslash is
xhtmlautostart.el" is actually the string:
To include a in the string you need to write \
However, although it will understand the backslashes, Emacs is nowadays
consistent across all platforms in allowing / as a directory separator1; so
just do that instead.
1 and the obsolete directory-sep-char variable has been removed entirely.
|Oracle 11g is not installing in Windows 7 64bit|
I was having a similar problem (mentioned in another thread I'm still
looking for to respond), but it would fail (without notice) when selecting
"desktop class" (step 3). We found that there was a problem with the
included javaw.exe file, so used the following start line in the command
line (from wherever setup.exe is located):
setup -jreLoc c:PROGRA~1javajdk1.6.0_25
(Modify to reflect the location of an alternate JRE, like the one I used
Hopefully this helps. If not, good luck!
|Trouble installing wxWebConnect on Windows|
Don't use wxWebConnect, it's a really bad choice by now. Get wxWidgets
2.9.4 or the upcoming 2.9.5 and use wxWebView included in it.
|installing python 3 and python2.7 on windows|
Those lovely people over at python have come up with the perfect solution
for you as a part of python 3.3 - a launcher for windows that works all
this out for you take a look about half way down this page.
The other option is to have a switcher script which changes your path and
pythonpath variables for you.
|Installing libpuzzle windows wampserver|
For windows i.e. wamp, you will have to find a download site that has
compiled it for windows PHP.
Make sure its been compile with VC9/10/11 if you are using a recent version
of WAMP or VC6 if you are using an old version of wamp.
Most likely you will have to download the source code and compile it
yourself, a much more complicated process, as I cannot find anywhere to
download a pre-built windows version of this library.
|Installing phonegap app to android emulator using windows CLI|
I figured it out. You have to specify the --emulator= in the call, so the
command looks like:
phonegap install --emulator=emulator-5554 android
You can find the name/id of your running emulators by running the
list-started-emulators.bat under the /platforms/android/cordova/lib/ folder
in your project.
|Installing modules on Active Perl 5.6 on Windows|
The nice folks at ActiveState give free access to their PPM repositories
for folks using their 2 latest releases of perl. Access to their legacy
repositories is available for a price.
As such your choices seem to be:
install nmake & use cpan (may also require a c compiler for some
install a relatively modern copy of perl (i.e. free support)
shell out cash for an 'enterprise' subscription of ActivePerl and get your
stuff via ppm. (Of course even the Activestate folks my not choose to
support any software versions that old.)
do without any of the above, manually parse the make file & type in the
|Installing msi files into virtualenv pythons on windows|
You don't need to manipulate the registry because you can use binary
installer (.exe) to install Python package into virtualenv. See Can I
install Python windows packages into virtualenvs? for details.
|Installing Audiere Module on Python 2.7 Windows 7|
You can try to use pyglet. This library has the capability to play using
external library called Avbin.
Simple example of how to use:
music = pyglet.resource.media('music.mp3')
If you have some problems with avbin, put the dll in the same directory of
your code and insert this two lines before
|Installing cibonfire on windows using AMPP (not package)|
1.enable mod_rewrite in your server, just try put this line at the top of
your .htaccess page,
2.Open bonfire/install/config/config.php and
bonfire/bonfire/application/config/config.php then fill up the value:
$config['index_page'] = "index.php";
Good luck !
|Installing a Topshelf application as a Windows service|
Run your 'service.exe install' to install the service.
|Installing apr on Windows through MinGW, Python not detected|
You need to add the location where you installed Python to your PATH
environment variable. I would go to the following link that discusses
setting PATH in Windows