Restore a bootable USB flash drive to normal on MacOS If you are trying to format a USB disk on Mac OS Mojave or newer and get the below error. The chosen size is not valid for the chosen file system. Go to Terminal and first check the USB device path $ diskutil list /dev/disk0 (internal): #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme 500.3 GB disk0 1: EFI EFI 314.6 MB disk0s1 2: Apple_APFS Container disk1 500.
Invalid CSRF token This error message means that your browser couldn’t create a secure cookie, or couldn’t access that cookie to authorize your login. This can be caused by ad-blocking or script-blocking plugins, but also by the browser itself if it’s not allowed to set cookies. Or that your laptop is shutdown before completing the login request and cookie-setting. Make sure that the error is persistent. Refresh the webpage. If the csrf invalid message appeared again.
The problem occured after installing proprietary Nvidia graphics driver using those commands. sudo apt-get update && clear && apt-cache search nvidia-[0-9] | grep 'binary driver' sudo apt-get purge nvidia* sudo apt-get install nvidia-340 nvidia-settings sudo nvidia-xconfig The fix is to let the built-in ubuntu-drivers program decide automatically which graphics driver to install. Open the terminal and type this command to update the apt repositories. sudo apt update Then, remove all packages started with nvidia using this command.
If you stuck in the login screen and can’t load the Ubuntu desktop, follow those steps. when you on the login screen, press ctrl + shift + alt + f1. A black screen appeared? No? Just the login page? So try ctrl + shift + alt + f2. Still the login screen? try ctrl + shift + alt + f3. If the login screen still showing? Try to use another external keyboard.
I faced this error parse error : syntax error, unexpected "." , expecting "&" or variable (T_VARIABLE) in wp-include/functions.php on line 1081. This error is because there is two PHP versions loaded on the modules. So we should comment out one of them. So I commented out the php5 module. And everything worked fine. First step, edit the httpd.conf file using this command. sudo nano /etc/apache2/httpd.conf Then add a # in front of the php5 module (or one of the two versions of PHP you have).
Use [Homebrew] to uninstall node and icu4c like this. brew uninstall --ignore-dependencies node icu4c Then install node.js like this. brew install node If the problem persists and the error kept occuring, try running this command. brew link --overwrite node If the issue resists again, try upgrading node instead of reinstalling it. So use this command: brew upgrade node Want to watch how to fix it in a video ? watch it here on YouTube.