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Proxmox error with pve-firewall and other packages: Can't locate PVE/LXC.pm in @INC (you may need to install the PVE::LXC module)
If you get the error "Can't locate PVE/LXC.pm in @INC (you may need to install the PVE::LXC module)" try to install the package proxmox-ve with: apt install proxmox-ve
When you try to start a vm with vagrant up, you get the error: VERR_CFGM_NOT_ENOUGH_SPACE. Try to add vb.customize ["modifyvm", :id, "--audio", "none"] to your virtualbox provider block on VagrantFile. Check here for more details.
To Start the LXC at boot use the option lxc.start.auto = 1 on you container config file located at /var/lib/lxc/CONTAINER_NAME/config
When you install a vagrant plugin and you get the error: "conflicting dependencies fog-core (~> 1.43.0) and fog-core (= 1.45.0)", try to update vagrant to latest version
When you do: go get github.com/bettercap/bettercap and get the error: fatal error: pcap.h: No such file or directory try to execute ->
When you install pymssql and you get the error: src/_mssql.c:568:22: fatal error: sqlfront.h: No such file or directory. try to install freetds-dev with apt (sudo apt install freetds-dev)
The error is common after you execute "pip install pip -U" and you will see the error "ImportError: No module named _internal" everytime you execute "pip". One solution is to change the import on the pip file: **from pip import main**, change that line with **from pip._internal import main**. Check here for alternative solutions to this error.
If you are using pip and get the following import error: AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'main' you can import main from pip._internal. Check here for the complete solution
To get the memory map in vxWorks use lkup "" > memory_map_vxworks.txt. lkup will list vxWorks symbols from the system symbol table.
If when you start wallet GUI you get the error "spawn EACCES" try to execute: sudo chmod -R a+rwx FOLDER