So, you wanted to upgrade your Windows 8 Virtual Machine to Windows 8.1, but you were greeted with the screen that tells you your CPU is incompatible.
Navigate to your settings, and make sure that the PAE/NX option is enabled on your VM. (You’ll have to shutdown the VM to do this)
After that, you should issue this command from the command line:
VBoxManage setextradata "Windows 8" VBoxInternal/CPUM/CMPXCHG16B 1
or for PC Hosts:
"C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe" setextradata "VM Name" VBoxInternal/CPUM/CMPXCHG16B 1
Restart, and enjoy 8.1.
So, this is more for myself to reference than anything; but I never remember the mirror URL to type in on a CentOS net install.
CentOS 6.4 – i386 – 32-bit
CentOS 6.4 – x86_64 – 64-bit
It’s quite impossible to express how perfectly this describes the feelings that I get as I traverse the intrawebs.
Getting the following PHP Error after moving a Joomla site with Gantry installed?
[code lang="php"]Fatal error: Call to a member function isEnabled() on a non-object in .../core/gantry.class.php on line 414[/code]
Just delete the cache folder:
Wipe your brow.
I read a bunch of reviews on Apple’s App Store reviews about “professional developers” crying that there wasn’t a status bar on the progress of the Xcode install process. If you navigate to the Application’s folder, there is a progress bar with the percentage of download….
Makes you wonder what kind of “Professionals” they are. I agree, having a developer’s toolset like that isn’t the nicest thing to package in a pretty “app,” but still: as a “professional,” at least do a moment of research before getting all ticked off in the comment section. It is just UNprofessional. That’s all there is to it.