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Have a look at using Vagrant.... works on all os's, it's what I use.... requires virtual box and you can find concise documentation at http://docs.vagrantup.com/v2/ I think.


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OK, got it! Ubuntu brings the xserver in many different versions. I installed the one from 14.04: apt-get install xserver-xorg-lts-trusty This replaces the xserver and all of its drivers (and the kernel if not happened yet). Now Intel's Haswell graphics works.


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This symbol is not exported in v3.13 and later. See v3.12:osl.c and this diff where the export was removed. Luckily, right now, v3.12 is still supported, see http://kernel.org . So simply read the latest v3.12 release number, search for it on ubuntu mainline kernel releases, and download the kernel and the headers (all and the i386/amd64).


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A workaround in terminal: nmcli dev disconnect iface wlan0


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I posted an easier solution here with links to just download the ubuntu2.3 version of network-manager-gnome which is all you need. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager-applet/+bug/1424119


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You haven't told us anything about what your server is running. OpenSSL is a library. It can take various options which are fed to it via the application that is using it - so configuration depends on the application. Assuming you are using Apache with mod_ssl then you probably want to look at the SSLProtocol directive. This is probably the easiest way to do ...


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Right click on desktop and create new folder open folder and go to /usr/bin and double click on gnome-terminal type in sudo open unity and type in password That shall be it


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Follow these steps for connecting to Windows from Ubuntu Step 1: Enable Remote Desktop Connections on your Windows PC In order to allow other computers to connect remotely to your Windows computer, you need to enable the Remote Desktop Connection feature. To learn how to do this, read this tutorial: How to Enable Remote Desktop Connections in Windows 7 ...


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On Ubuntu 12.04 downgrade packages ("force version" with Synaptic) from precise-updates to precise for: unity-greeter 0.2.9-0ubuntu1.5 -> 0.2.8-0ubuntu1 libnm-gtk0 0.9.4.1-0ubuntu2.4 -> 0.9.4.1-0ubuntu2 libnm-gtk-common 0.9.4.1-0ubuntu2.4 -> 0.9.4.1-0ubuntu2 network-manager-gnome 0.9.4.1-0ubuntu2.4 -> 0.9.4.1-0ubuntu2 and disable auto update in software ...


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The answer to your problems is remmina (GUI) or rdesktop (Terminal command which opens GUI after) before that You should install this package.


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Using recovery, Enable networking so that your disks may mount in rw mode , then Drop to root Shell. In this terminal enter the following commands - one at a time per line: Code: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get -f install sudo dpkg --configure -a Now reboot Code: sudo ...


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Run the command: md5sum <download-filename> Then compare the output to the correct version of your download on this list This checks that the file isn't corrected in any way.


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It might be that your /boot partition has accumulated too many kernel versions while doing upgrades over time. This partition is likely to be separate from your large disk partition (mounted as /). You can check the /boot partition space like this (look for the line with /boot): df -h There is a nice page on how to remove old kernels. In short, check ...


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This saved my life behind corporate proxy, hope it helps you too: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver-options http-proxy="http://<username>:<password>@<proxy_server_addr>:<proxy_port>" --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys <key_to_import>


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As well as doing what the other answers have suggested, it could be a config issue pointing you to TTY1 [Ctrl + Alt + F1] rather than the X server [Ctrl + Alt + F7] at boot.


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@dobey's solution works if you want to have only one keyboard shortcut for increasing / decreasing the volume. If instead you want to have multiple key bindings controlling the volume (like to keep the default volume buttons on your laptop working, while adding additional keyboard shortcuts to use when you connect an external keyboard that does not have ...


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try disabling secure boot from boot option menu and choose the boot method from Legacy boot menu as usb drive from there. there may be some option other than F2 in boot screen to enter Legacy boot option menu.


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No. You need to reninstall. Your permissions are all screwed up now and the only way to fix them all is to reinstall ubuntu. You can however, keep all the data in your home folder (always make a backup first!). During installation, select something else when you get to the part that asks if you want to install ubuntu along side. Then, right click on the ...


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This is an old question, but I would like to answer it in case someone else is trying to do the same thing. To switch from OpenVPN-AS to the community edition and keep the same configuration, the server.crt, server.key, dh.pem, and ca.crt used on the Access Server needed to be referenced in the new community edition server.conf file. Since by default, A.S. ...


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Solved. I have forgotten to isntall Boost: https://github.com/facebook/hhvm/wiki/Building-and-installing-HHVM-on-Ubuntu-12.04#installing-boost-149


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as intel graphics driver is a part of Xorg, I believe the best solution here be: check if rendering is yes with command: glxinfo | grep render for this you need mesa-utils sudo apt-get install mesa-utils you should get something like this: direct rendering: Yes OpenGL renderer string: GeForce XXXX PCIe/SSE2 GL_KTX_buffer_region, ...


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If you do what Dialogos said and also do this your good to go: Edit the /etc/rc.local file Add the following line before "exit o" rfkill unblock all Reboot and it should all work.


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When this error shows up: E: Internal Error, No file name for libc6 According to a bug in launchpad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dpkg/+bug/983543 running these commands will fix it (and it worked for me too): # apt-get update # apt-get clean # apt-get install -fy # dpkg -i /var/cache/apt/archives/*.deb # dpkg --configure -a # apt-get ...


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First of all, the CD/DVD version is terribly slow to boot or install from. I recommend you go to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/UEFI-and-BIOS to create a bootable flash drive. The reason I chose this method is it is extremely quick and easy to do from Windows. Since you already use 12, you may know how to burn the image from Ubuntu. In ...


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How about something like this: start vmstat with its output directed to a log file, and background it & [optional] sleep for a few seconds (to get a baseline) && [when sleep exits] start stress e.g. vmstat 1 20 > vmstat.log & sleep 5 && stress --cpu 8 --io 4 --vm 2 --vm-bytes 128M --timeout 10s in this case, giving $ cat ...


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Go to your Bios Settings and change to boot from the DVD. If you don't know how to go to your Bios turn off your computer.After turning on your computer press F2 or F10 or F12(most common).Usually there is a note indicating what button to press to go into your Bios.After you boot from the DVD you will see some options.Choose Try Ubuntu.


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I had a similar problem, but it wasn't wubi. It was with a dual boot install of ubuntu. The following helped me: Booting From grub This is how to set the boot files and boot the system from the grub> prompt. We know from running the ls command that there is a Linux root filesystem on (hd0,1), and you can keep searching until you verify where /boot/grub ...


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to get a list of packages installed to your terminal dpkg --get-selections | grep -v deinstall else you can write them to a text file called packages on your desktop by this command in terminal dpkg --get-selections | grep -v deinstall > ~/Desktop/packages then select what packages you want to remove and enter this command in terminal sudo apt-get ...


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"We're not in Kansas anymore..." Click on the Unity Search button and type "software". You will see an orange hand bag with an A in it marked "Ubuntu Software Center". Click that and in a few moments when it settles down, you will see four big menu icons across the top: All Software, Installed, History, and Progress. Click on the "Installed" icon. You'll ...


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For AMD the following in the official BinaryDriverHowto/AMD page solved the issue for me: Remove/purge current fglrx and fglrx-amdcccle: sudo apt-get remove --purge fglrx* To install the packages for hardware acceleration along with the driver: sudo apt-get install fglrx-updates xvba-va-driver libva-glx1 libva-egl1 vainfo Generate a fresh xorg.conf ...


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Rather than changing the unity codebase, you might consider using desktops to arrive at your desired result. Example using Compiz Desktop Cube in CompizConfigSettingsManager Open CompizConfigSettingsManager (ccsm) and change settings to match the following: Open terminal 1 Use the keyboard shortcut CTRL-ALT--> (right arrow) to go to the next ...


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In my case I had to upgrade the Hardware Enablement Stack HWE, in order to receive the latest kernel.


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You can access this menu by: VPN Connections-->Configure VPN-->Ethernet-->Wired Connection-->Edit


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I had the same problem and solved it by disabling the power management feature. Just follow the troubleshooting section over here Gilad


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You need to install the following development package (the one providing bits/predefs.h): sudo apt-get install libc6-dev


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You can install it with apt-get tool: sudo apt-get install git-gui To run the app use the command: git gui Then, from Repository tab chose Clone and enter "Source Location" and "Target Directory" information and just click on the clone button.


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Back up your important data before you start any such thing. Type the following command to update package list and instal the update-manager-core package if it is not already installed: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install update-manager-core Next, type the following command to upgrade the Ubuntu server to the latest release such as LTS 14.04 from ...


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From what I could find here and here you have to do the following steps: Kill apt-get and aptd process. Use killall -9 pid (where pid is the process id which you can find by running top). -9 is required to make sure the process is terminated. Then you need to try sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh -a and sudo dpkg --configure -a (optional) If all of the ...


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Download the file again and check that it is correct by following the instructions on this page.


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I think I've found a solution: From my point of view it seems to be an error within the last upate of the package network-manager-gnome, which was released 2015-02-16 (http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/core/precise/main/updates/network-manager-gnome). I've tried to find the concrete error and so I've tried to use an older package version: The problem was ...


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I think I've found a solution: From my point of view it seems to be an error within the last upate of the package network-manager-gnome, which was released 2015-02-16 (http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/core/precise/main/updates/network-manager-gnome). I've tried to find the concrete error and so I've tried to use an older package version: The problem was ...


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You want to make Caps Lock work like Shift, so you can set the behavior to the third one.


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Try sudo ifconfig wifi0 down and sudo ifconfig wifi0 up The name wifi0 could be different use just ifconfig to see what it is called. Check your logs for more info. /var/log/sys.log


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It should work nicely, it have done so on my Latitude E6510. But just in case download the driver package from dell: http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=0WKFN Here on Ubuntu you can get a 12.04 image: http://www.ubuntu.com/certification/hardware/201304-13407/ Those downloads is just in case Murphy raises his ugly ...


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There is also a "nicer" xorg.conf based way to make the inverted <V_DISTANCE> and <H_DISTANCE> settings (determined according to @Eliran's answer) permanent: Create a directory /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/, and in it a file like 51-synaptics-tweaks.conf, containing: Section "InputClass" Identifier "touchpad" Driver "synaptics" ...


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So, let's install SopCast-Player easy and fast right away. For this we need: 1. Firstly, update apt: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade 2. gdebi installer: sudo apt-get install gdebi 3. install python-glade2: sudo apt-get install python-glade2 4. Download and install sp-auth with gdebi installer, just right click on a file and ...


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You can think of a transitional package as a shortcut to another (desired) package. The transitional package does not contain anything but metadata that indicates that this package depends on the desired package so that the desired package will be installed when you will be trying to install the transitional package. In you case as it says, liblapack3gf - ...


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Why did you install Wicd in preference to Network Manager? Did you remove NM? Please verify which driver is installed: lsmod | grep -e wl -e b43 And verify that the hard block is solved: rfkill list all What messages are given if you try to scan? sudo iwlist wlan0 scan Substitute eth1 for wlan0 if that is your wireless interface. Also, what is your ...


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In Trusty/14.04 there are a few more packages that need to be removed, or apt-get will complain. sudo apt-get remove linux-generic-lts-utopic xserver-xorg-lts-utopic libgl1-mesa-glx-lts-utopic libegl1-mesa-drivers-lts-utopic Then install xserver-xorg if not installed, reboot to old kernel version, remove 3.16 kernel(s) and you are good to go. If you use ...



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