Unable to load the metadata for assembly
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I'm having a problem with a project in Visual Studio 2010 after moving to a new corporate issued Windows 7 machine (from an aging XP machine).
I copied my projects across to the new machine, but Visual Studio seems to be having problems loading the WPF designer. I have a solution that includes several projects, it builds fine and runs fine, but when I try to open a WPF window in the designer, I get a whole bunch of error messages along the lines of:
"unable to load the metadata for assembly 'Foo'. This assembly may have been
downloaded from the web. See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=179545.
The following error was encountered during load: Could not load file or assembly
'Foo, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' or one of its
dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified."
(Note the link in the error message seems to be no use whatsoever)
I think the problem here is that my corporate IT people have set up Windows 7 machines such that "My D
MetadataException: Unable to load the specified metadata resource
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 17, 2013
All of a sudden I keep getting a MetadataException on instantiating my generated ObjectContext class. The connection string in App.Config looks correct - hasn't changed since last it worked - and I've tried regenerating a new model (edmx-file) from the underlying database with no change.
Anyone have any ideas?
Further details: I haven't changed any properties, I haven't changed the name of any output assemblies, I haven't tried to embed the EDMX in the assembly. I've merely waited 10 hours from leaving work until I got back. And then it wasn't working anymore.
I've tried recreating the EDMX. I've tried recreating the project. I've even tried recreating the database, from scratch. No luck, whatsoever.
unable to load ubuntu 8.04/8.10, anything??
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 2, 2009
need help! have been running ubuntu 8.10 but fried hard drive; now trying to reload ubuntu 8.04 then to update to ubuntu 8.10 again.
loaded new blank hard drive, trying to load ubuntu 8.04, but will not load completely. says it did, but when i re-boot, nothing is found on the HD. the little button just goes from left to right, then back again, etc, etc, 8.04 is never brought up. also tried to update 8.04 while running from drive, no way?? gets half way through, says to check for new updates, then tries to load new ones, gets to load sudo from old sudo, then hangs up. computer locked; have to re-boot to get out, for possibly retry, whatever.
also, copied ubuntu 8.10 (for restart to 8.10) down from university in taiwan, loaded into cd as instructed, loaded that into cd drive, rebooted to use disk; system says it cannot read disk??
also, had 8.10 backed up on USB drive, but unable to copy from usb onto /home??
i am trying to gat back to 8.10, then rebuild my system - would like to rel
Ubuntu Boot CD unable to load HELP!!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 7, 2013
So I just created a live CD to partition and use Linux and put it in to boot but I keep getting this error
Error 0400 reading Sector 354294
It just repeats again and again Linux will not load
any thoughts fixes or ideas as to how to remedy this
Virtual Network Device unable to load/compileVM Player 4.0.2 in Ubuntu 12.04 Beta 2
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 7, 2012
Hello all. I'm trying to install VM Player 4.0.2 (the newest version as of 7 April 2012) on Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Beta 2.
After successfully installing, I tried running and the following window appears:
I clicked on Install and entered my password. However, not all modules can be compiled. The Virtual Network Device fails to be compiled and hence VM Player cannot be started.
Here is the contents of the log file.
2012-04-07T09:35:53.980+07:00| vthread-3| I120: Log for VMware Workstation pid=8116 version=8.0.2 build=build-591240 option=Release
2012-04-07T09:35:53.980+07:00| vthread-3| I120: The process is 32-bit.
2012-04-07T09:35:53.980+07:00| vthread-3| I120: Host codepage=UTF-8 encoding=UTF-8
2012-04-07T09:35:53.980+07:00| vthread-3| I120: Host is Linux 3.2.0-22-generic-pae Ubuntu precise (development branch)
2012-04-07T09:35:53.980+07:00| vthread-3| I120: Msg_Reset:
2012-04-07T09:35:53.980+07:00| vthread-3| I120: [msg.dictionary.load.openFai
Unable to load a shared library
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 26, 2009
I am working on an application that links to library libX.so and libY.so. libX.so has some undefined symbols which are defined in libY.so. Compiling the application is fine.
But during runtime libX.so fails to load with an error like:
Failed to load dynameic library libX. /data/Installs/vip2/libX.so: undefined symbol: _ZN10App7Schemas3Soa8_2006_0310Exceptions12SoaException10setMessageERKSs
If this symbol was not found how did application get compile and why is this cribbing now at run time? Any help on this?
[SOLVED] Unable to Load Operating System
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 7, 2012
I've been working with Linux for about 8 years (most distros Suse, Redhat, Fedora, Ubuntu, DSL, Ubuntu). Since changing jobs a year ago to a firm which locks down and encrypts their windows XP hard drives, I've been experementing with Booting Linux from pen drives.
It makes it easy for me to do my own thing using my employers "locked down and encrypted windows XP laptop", plus I can boot my "own" computer on most other desktop and laptop PCs.
So here's what I've successfully done so far:
Created a bootable Linux Mint 11 stick. - loved the Mint interface
Created a bootable Ubuntu 9.10 stick. - not a fan of the new interface
Created a bootable Ubuntu 10.04 stick. - this was a bit easier to use
Created a bootable Ubuntu 10.10 stick. - this was getting better
The stick I find best for this is a Kingston R500 16gb. I can buy this for about £18 ($25) including post, package and tax. It's great - fast read write on USB2, physically robust and sufficient
Unable to run 32 bit assembly programs on 64 bit ubuntu Nasm / ld
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 8, 2013
I am on Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit.
I am trying to compile and run a simple hello world program with nasm. The program is 32 bit and I want to run it in 32 bit mode under my 64 bit system. I believe I have all compatibility libraries installed.
I try these commands.
$ nasm -f elf -g -F stabs easyprint.asm
$ ld -o easyprint easyprint.o
ld: i386 architecture of input file `easyprint.o' is incompatible with i386:x86-64 output
Of course, I can compile the assembly program as 64 bit and it works.
$ nasm -f elf64 -g -F stabs easyprint.asm
$ ld -o easyprint easyprint.o
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
But I would rather run it in 32 bit mode. I know you can compile it for 32 mode with gcc -m32, but I don't want to use GCC to compile it and I don't need access to any of the C functions.
I know this problem has probably been asked a million times, but for some reason hours of googling haven't helped me. Thanks in advance.
unable to load module nvidia.ko
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 30, 2010
Trying to install a driver for the Nvidia Quadro NVS140M on my 10.04 Ubuntu 64 bit.
I keep on getting the error message "Unable to load module 'nvidia.ko'"
I have followed the advice given on this and other forums. I have put vga16fb, nouveau , rivafb, nvidiafb and rivatv in blacklist.conf and restarted the system. Still the same problems.
Anyone got any more clues ? I'd be extremely happy for any help you can give me.
The name of the driver is NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-195.36.24-pkg2.run
Here is what my nvidia-installer.log looks like:
nvidia-installer log file '/var/log/nvidia-installer.log'
creation time: Sun May 30 18:40:59 2010
installer version: 1.0.7
license pre-accepted : false
update : false
force update : false
expert : false
uninstall : false
driver info : false
precompiled interfaces : true
no ncurses color : false
query latest version : false
Unable to download coverart/metadata: Mythbuntu 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 26, 2012
I've just upgraded from Mythbuntu 11.04 (I think it was) to 12.04.
Prior to installing Mythbuntu 11.04, I was running Mythtv-0.23. Coverart and movie details were downloading properly. Since installing Mythbuntu 11.04, downloading video metadata has been broken. I was hoping it might fix itself with the install of 12.04, but it has not.
Basically, in the Video Gallery, if I select "Retrieve All Details" for a movie, nothing happens. If I run 'tail -f /var/log/mythtv/mythfrontend.log' nothing is appended to the log file. Is this the correct log file to be looking in?
I found metadata grabber settings in the database. They were referencing /usr/share/mythtv/mythvideo/scripts/tmdb.pl, which no longer exists. So I updated these references to /usr/share/mythtv/metadata/Movie/tmdb.py, which does exist.
If I manually run
/usr/share/mythtv/metadata/Movie/tmdb.py -M "21 Jump Street"
this generates suitable-looking data:
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