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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
Fix Wine installation on Ubuntu Linux 64bit: E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
If you get "E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages." error while you install wine via apt, you need to enable i386 architecture. See here how to install wine in a few steps...
If you got the error "Inappropriate ioctl for device", try to execute export GPG_TTY=$(tty). See here for more details on the solution
If when running ng serve --open you got the error SyntaxError: Use of const in strict mode. Make sure you are using node 6.9.0 at least.
Sometimes you want to show the user dates in a better way like " a few seconds ago", " two minutes ago", etc. In this brief solution we explain how to use momemnt.js to convert a date or string to this format.
In this solution we are going to review how to add a column to an existing table on SQL Server with default values. In this small solution you will learn how to add a columns in table. You can use the ALTER TABLE statement in SQL Server. We will show an example using the NOT NULL constraint.
If you are missing GeoPackages or ESRI FileGDB as suuported drivers, execute: pip install -I fiona --no-binary fiona. This will compile the source of Fiona and link to your installed libraries. Check here for full description of the problem.