You may not have set your PATH correctly to point at your Git installation. You need to add the following paths to PATH: C:\Program Files\Git\bin\ C:\Program Files\Git\cmd\ And check that these paths are correct. You may have Git installed on a different drive, or under Program Files (x86). Correct the paths if necessary. Modifying PATH … Read more
Step 1: Open up cmd.exe (note: you may need to run it as an administrator, but this isn’t always necessary), then run the below command: netstat -ano | findstr :<PORT> (Replace <PORT> with the port number you want, but keep the colon) The area circled in red shows the PID (process identifier). Locate the PID … Read more
MSDN states: Interprocess Communication Between 32-bit and 64-bit Applications 64-bit versions of Windows use 32-bit handles for interoperability. When sharing a handle between 32-bit and 64-bit applications, only the lower 32 bits are significant, so it is safe to truncate the handle (when passing it from 64-bit to 32-bit) or sign-extend the handle (when passing … Read more
I started looking for the same thing couple weeks ago, and I’ve been very happy with the multi-platform RXTX library so far. Works with any Windows, Linux and OS X. Has a very clean, easy to understand API. edit: RXTX is also open source.
The message you’re getting is a clear indication that you lack something for the correct installation of that gem: Could not create Makefile due to some reason, probably lack of necessary libraries and/or headers. Check the mkmf.log file for more details. You may need configuration options. There is no Windows native version of latest release … Read more
You can try osslsigncode To sign an EXE or MSI file you can now do: osslsigncode sign -certs <cert-file> -key <der-key-file> \ -n “Your Application” -i http://www.yourwebsite.com/ \ -in yourapp.exe -out yourapp-signed.exe or if you are using a PEM or PVK key file with a password together with a PEM certificate: osslsigncode sign -certs <cert-file> … Read more
It seems to me that you should construct the unique ID corresponding to your requirements. This ID can be constructed as a hash (like MD5, SHA1 or SHA512) from the information which is important for you (some information about software and hardware component). You can make your solution more secure if you sign such hash … Read more
The error process_begin: CreateProcess(NULL, pscp blob.txt username@hostname:/folder/, …) failed. make (e=2): The system cannot find the file specified. is almost certainly complaining that Windows cannot find pscp. This is almost certainly because the value of %PATH% (or whatever) is different when make spawns a shell/console then when you have it open manually. Compare the values … Read more
Max is on he right track with the suggestion to use Windows Scripting for a way to do it without installing any additional executables on the machine. His code will work if you have the IIS SMTP service setup to forward outbound email using the “smart host” setting, or the machine also happens to be … Read more
This question has been already answered in Unicode characters in Windows command line – how? You missed one step -> you need to use Lucida console fonts in addition to executing chcp 65001 from cmd console.