Posts Tagged ‘install’

Install VIM on CentOS

Saturday, April 11th, 2015 | Tech

CentOS does not always have VIM installed on it. This is easy to fix though:

yum install vim-common vim-enhanced vim-minimal

Run as sudo.

Install an MSI from a user account

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 | Life, Tech

Sometimes you might want to install an MSI on your Windows system, without being logged in as an administrator. Normally, you would just right click and select “Run as Administrator” but this option is not available on MSIs.

Instead, right click on “Command Prompt” in the start menu, then select “Run as Administrator”. Once this is running, use the msiexec command to execute the MSI.

msiexec /i Filename.msi

This will then run the installer using administrative privileges.

Compiling APD on PHP 5.3

Monday, April 2nd, 2012 | Programming, Tech

If you try and compile APD on PHP 5.3, you may get an error similar to the following.

error: 'struct _zend_compiler_globals' has no member named 'extended_info'make: *** [php_apd.lo] Error 1

This can be solved by modifying a few of the APD files. To do this, you need to download the APD archive file and uncompress it.

Then make the changes as detailed on the PHP bug tracker. Once this is done, it should install as normal.

sudo make install

APD should now be installed.

Installing Git on CentOS 5 cPanel

Sunday, December 25th, 2011 | Life, Tech

Following on from my previous post about installing Git on CentOS 4, CentOS 5 is a whole different story. This is because you actually can get the RPM for Git on Cent OS – but cPanel doesn’t make it quite easy enough to do it.

You see, cPanel likes to take control of a lot of it’s own stuff, so it has a long list of packages which it won’t update automatically, because it will end up breaking itself if it does. As Git has two dependencies from the Perl libraries, this causes a problem.

But we can easily fix that.

cd /etc/
vim yum.conf

Remove perl* from the exclude line, then save the file. Now you should be able to run the command.

yum install git

It will gather all the dependencies and install Git. Final step, go back into the YUM configuration and put the exclude pack in to protect cPanel from its malevolent self.

vim yum.conf

Installing new memory

Sunday, July 17th, 2005 | Life, Tech

Unpack the RAM (random access memory) and check with the motherboard’s manual to work out which is the first slot (slot 0). When you insert the memory you want to fill it up numerically: 0, 1, 2, and so on.

To insert the memory push the white clips at the end outwards then simply slot in the memory sticks into the slots. The clips will automatically lock back into place when you have pushed the memory stick far enough into the slot.