Posts Tagged ‘error

In case you are seeing the error message “Unable to load stream. Please make sure port 7446 is open on your NVR.” when trying to watch the live camera stream on your Unifi Video NVR system from Ubiquiti, then the solution is rather simple. The error is caused by the self-issued certificate that comes by […]

Do you know what is worse than not knowing the solution or even the reason to a problem? Well, that must be, knowing that you have experienced the same problem in the past and resolved it, but no matter how much you try, you can not remember at all what the problem was due and […]

Thanks Ryan!

31, Mar 2010

My gratitude goes to Ryan Marganti from SoulSizzle Design for taking the time to notify me about my dysfunctional comment form. Thanks to his email I realised that apparently my blog suffered from an incompatibility between my latest active theme and the excellent spam stopper plugin. This caused all submitted comments to fail. This has […]

I have used the API of hostip.info for long time to resolve IP addresses to country codes or country names. The web service has been hit by some severe downtime lately returning “500 – Internal Server Error” for any calls including both API and website page requests. As of now hostip.info has been down and […]

During a recent process of restoring a site from a Virtualmin backup archive I encountered this discouraging error message during the upload: Restore failed : The specified source does not contain any domains, or is not a Virtualmin backup No need to say that the archive indeed contained several domains plus it was created by […]

Once more SELinux has been playing up with the normal operations of a box. During the installation and set up of an Apache instance and a few virtual hosts I simply could not get around the dreaded error message: Starting httpd: Warning: DocumentRoot [/home/www/myhost] does not exist No matter which permissions and owners were given […]

Trying to move some automatic backups from one location to another became a bit of a struggle recently. The backups are created automatically and uploaded to a file server at a scheduled pattern. From this file server I had to use some of the backups and tried to download them to my local machine. This […]


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