After I discovered the presence of Python 2.6 on BlueHost, they decided to remove this installation by default. Fortunately it’s really simple to build Python from sources and install it (and naturally, the good thing is that all required packages to build Python are installed on BlueHost servers).
So here the steps to follow to build and install the python version you prefer (tested with Python 2.6 and 2.7.x).
tar xzvf Python-2.7.2.tgz
and, just a note, the package is well done and it will create a Python subfolder
After this we can already configure and install — (Read more)
In this latest version of Fedora distribution, developers decided to format disk using GPT label on it. The problem is that many BIOS can’t recognize disk as bootable after the installation, so that you cannot access to your new system.
After hours spent trying to fix my installation (without success), I noticed that on the knowing bugs page there was the real solution to the problem, even if, in my opinion, it’s not well explained.
Anyway, if you want to install — (Read more)
After a while I didn’t use VirtualBox, the virtualization system I use just to host my Windows virtual machines (all others machines are on KVM), I discovered that I cannot build the DKMS kernel module and so no way to start my Windows virtual machine. Not a big problem, I know But sometimes I need to test web application or build procedure on Windows environment.
After some tests I discovered in the build log file the real problem about the VirtualBox build procedure:
fatal error: asm/amd_iommu.h: No such file or directory
so, it cannot find — (Read more)