I’m glad to announce the opening of the first Systema school in Milan, lessons will start in september 2009, the course will be held by Giuseppe Iannone.We will be around also for outdoor training during the summer at the park, everyone is welcome to try Systema and/or train toghether 🙂
Recently I bumped in a Debian Lenny locales problem, on some amd64 cluster inside the cloud, during apt-get operations the system complains continuously about wrong or missing locales with messages like this:
perl: warning: Setting locale failed.perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:LANGUAGE = (unset),LC_ALL = (unset),LANG = “en_US.UTF-8″are supported and installed on your system.
or like this:
manconv: can’t set the locale; make sure $LC_* and $LANG are correct
The issue was fixed using this method, reinstalling and regenerating the locales on the system, to avoid dependencies I used the following packages as a “bridge”:
~# apt-get install belocs-locales-bin belocs-locales-data~# locale-gen~# dpkg-reconfigure locales
After issuing the command dpkg-reconfigure locales select the locales you need from the list and you should be done.
Systema free drills utilizing the Legs from the Ground, thanks Emmanuel Manolakakis for sharing 🙂
If you get this error during the Vmware module compilation:
Unable to make a vsock module that can be loaded in the running kernel:insmod: error inserting ‘/tmp/vmware-config1/vsock.o’: -1 Unknown symbol in module
What you need to do is the following:
untar vmci.tar (in /usr/lib/vmware/modules/source)build the module with ‘make’untar vsock.tar and copy the “Modules.symvers” file resulting from the previous compilation into the “vsock-only” directory. Rebuild the vsock.tar file and run “vmware-config.pl”.
Speaking in bash language:
cd /usr/lib/vmware/modules/source/tar xvfp vmci.tartar xvfp vsock.tar cd vmci-only/makecp -av Module.symvers ../vsock-only/cd ..tar -f vsock.tar -cv vsock-only/vmware-config.pl
Now it should compile just fine.Thanks to Javier, I got this solution from http://communities.vmware.com/thread/208316
Thanks to gekiryudojo for this very interesting series of videos on pressure points: