I was building a new Team City server and was getting the following error when trying to run a build.
“The imported project “C:Program Files (x86)MSBuildMicrosoftVisualStudiov10.0WebApplicationsMicrosoft.WebApplication.targets” was not found”
You don’t want to have to install Visual Studio to be eble to run a simple build, so that answer is to download and install the Windows SDK for Windows 7 .
From the command shell on your Ubuntu server type the follwoing:
This will take you into the Mongo shell. Then type the following:
This will then return your current version.
All you need to do it put in the server name followed by sqlexpress
EG: sqlserversqlexpress and you can connect and manage it.
You will need to know a local password user such as SA for SQL authentication, or be logged into the server with a Windows administrator account that the same on both the management server and the SQLexpress server if you use Windows authentication.
I have been looking at the easiest way to get a LAMP server up and running in minutes.
I found the following command and it works like a charm!
sudo apt-get install lamp-server^ phpmyadmin
Follow the on screen prompts and you are good to go!
Type the following commands:
sudo vi /etc/hostname and change the name and save the file
sudo vi /etc/hosts and change the name and save the file
sudo service hostname start
then when you type hostname it should show the new name
*i – edit the file
*u – undo change you just made
:q – quit
:q! – quit without saving any changes
:wq – quit and write changes to file
Type the following command sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
Find auto eth0 and edit the lines below.
If it is set for DHCP and you want to change it, change the following lines from:
iface eth0 inet dhcp
To something like this for example: (please use your own network IP addresses , DNS servers and domain name where applicable)
iface eth0 inet static
dns-nameservers 192.168.1.250 192.168.1.251
Open a CMD prompt and type the following
From the command line , type the following
SUDO dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
Follow the on screen prompts to set the time zone
I had done a backup and restore of my Samsung Galaxy S2 due to a hardware fault. When the phone booted back up it had “Problem Loading Widget Image” on the screen.
The way to fix this is to press on the widget for a few seconds, then drag it down to the trash can that will appear at the bottom of the screen