When testing ZurmoCRM on NAS, I have experienced some problems during installation and setup. Therefore, I create this post to keep notes of them and shared. Wish it could save your time.
TurnKey Linux should be the easiest way to test new applications. Download, unzip, and import to your VM. Now you are ready to launch.
But it doesn’t work after upgrading my Oracle VM VirtualBox, I cannot boot to VM after importing. It just stops and halt. At first, I think something wrong with my file. But after downloading it again, it is still the same.
After running a disk check on the visible partition, ClonZilla may create disk images for it but still stops for error in PBR_DRV. It seems I must do a disk check on PRB_DRV. But how can I check a non-visible partition?
If you have the same boot fail problem like me, try to fix them first.
After a fresh install of Windows XP on my VirtualBox, I notice some program keep on using CPU while I am installing other programs. Windows Task Manager identify it is svhost.exe who use 99% of CPU time.
When I try to install Windows 8 on my VirtualBox in OpenSuSE, it stops the booting and hows error message:
When you login to wp-admin of TurnKey WordPress VM, you will see updates for WordPress, Plug-ins, and Themes in [Dashboard] → [Updates]. When you are ready for installation, it will prompt for ftp user name and password. It never works with your root account.
Just restore my Lenovo ThinkPad T410i to factory setting and update everything. The Intel Graphic and Media Control Panel jump out asking for setting every time boot up. It seems I am not the only one.
I try to use msconfig.exe to see if it loads gfxui.exe (Intel Graphic and Media Control Panel) automatically but get nothing. It’s no available in registry, either.
The only solution is to download the official driver from Lenovo. According to your model, you will be redirect to a page. Look for “Display and Video Graphics” section and download the latest Intel HD Graphic (Integrated) Driver for your operation system.
After install the driver from Lenovo, the Intel Graphic and Media Control Panel won’t bother me again.