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Adding Repository sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv 7F0CEB10 echo 'deb http://downloads-distro.mongodb.org/repo/ubuntu-upstart dist 10gen' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mongodb.list Install MongoDB sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mongodb-org or sudo apt-get install mongodb-org=2.6.0 ...


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The base16-default.dark.sh script in base16-gnome-terminal installs the Base 16 Default Dark profile for the Gnome terminal. In order to actually use it, you need to activate the profile via Terminal → Change Profile → Base 16 Default Dark which applies the profile to the current session. You probably want to use it as default profile. In order to do that, ...


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@Peter: This has nothing to do with windows being better. It's most likely a hardware issue of the monitor. The powersupply is going bad and no longer provides the voltage or current to keep the PNP signal that provides the information at the correct level, thus the video card can't 'hear' it clearly anylonger, that on it's turn decides to conclude that ...


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You should always backup your data before upgrading your Ubuntu operating system. You can also backup the whole system depending on what is important to you. A correct upgrading will keep however your other settings as they are. I think these answers will be helpful for you to read them before upgrading.


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Upgrading your existing system will generally keep all your drivers, applications, files and settings. If you do a clean install, then you will need to re-install everything.


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I had a similar problem that I resolved it just deleting a menu I had in Grub Customizer. After removing this menu, Grub Customizer has started to save again without problems.


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You can try to use a proprietary Broadcom driver. Broadcom claims that it works for your adapter, but this claim is not very reliable ;-) Install it this way sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source It if does not work, you can always remove it by sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source


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I know this is a bit old question, but I was searching myself for the forti client and now they have a package that do not require the ia-32 libs. You can download it from here. More info


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solved ! windows needed a primary partition and sda6 wasn't so by deleting it shrinking sda5 and extended partition, I got a new partition that was allowed to be primary and installed without removing anything.


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Well, I ran the command the following command and rebooted the vm to resolve the issue. sudo update-ca-certificates And, although this question has been asked before, but the answer mentioned above from the post "How to fix add-apt-repository "couldn't connect to host" error?" has not been voted as useful. Just want to let people know ...


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You can download the iso here http://releases.ubuntu.com/12.04/ (the second link). In win7 in order to burn thw iso file: Insert a recordable CD, DVD, or Blu‑ray Disc into your disc burner. Open Computer by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Computer. In Windows Explorer, find the disc image file, and then ...


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This link is a list of Old Ubuntu releases: Old Ubuntu Releases


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It is not recommended to install unsupported kernels. Some drivers may not build, or other issues may occur. There must be a really good reason to upgrade the kernel. A better solution is to upgrade distribution to 14.04 LTS. You can have a supported 3.13, 3.16 or 3.19 kernel in 14.04. But you can install any kernel image from Ubuntu mainline kernel PPA ...


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There is a best practice in place & it has nothing to do with xl: Do >nano /etc/default/xendomains then deactivate VM restore using XENDOMAINS_RESTORE=false & save Then, create the subfolder auto underneath the /xen folder. mkdir -p /etc/xen/auto cd /etc/xen/auto create a symlink to the virtual machine that you want to auto start at Dom0 ...


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If you're using a Dell laptop with a DisplayPort MST hub, you'll need newer drivers in order to use it. You may find these posts useful: Displayport 1.2 MST/daisy chain - Dual Monitor setup - Intel graphics Ubuntu 14.04 Dell E7240 - Docked - doesn't recognize second monitor


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It looks like this package is available in the Universe Repository[1]. First, try to run apt-get update to make sure that you have information about the latest packages. If you are still not able to install it after running apt-get update then it is possible that you may not have this repo enabled on your server. You can check to see if this repository ...


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Answered in comments by xangua No, and sice Empathy uses the Facebook XMPP server and this will be shutted down in a couple of weeks things seem a little dark


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On the hub you mention (https://atlas.hashicorp.com) every creator can publish her own build and share it for free. Thought this is not obligated most of the times a box is created with a lot of provisioners in mind. Especially a box made by Hashicorp should support many provisioners (puppet, chef, salt, ansible, docker etc). Furthermore these gems will ...


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This message mean you used newly GLIBC libraries for your application. Looks like it actually was written on quite old GLIBC libraries. You should know GLIBC version used for writting this application and try to copy them to app folder or link with application in other way. UPDATE: One of good mail threads for this problem ...


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As you are using gnome fallback session follow below steps: 1)Alt+Rclick on top most panel select NewPanel 2)It will add one new panel at righ hand side of your screen now alt+right click on newly created panel on righ hand side and slect move and move it to bottom side. 3)Done.


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It seems like a filesystem error.You follow below steps it will help you sure: 1)Boot your machine with ubuntu live cd and select try ubuntu 2)Install Gparted application in it via internet 3)After installation open Gparted tool 4)Select your hard drive in Gparted tool and select first partition and right click and choose "check" option and then ok >> apply ...


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If you don’t create a separate home partition while installing Ubuntu, you don’t have to reinstall Ubuntu from scratch. To migrate to a separate home partition after installation, you’ll have to create a new partition (which may require resizing your existing partitions), copy the files from your existing home directory to that partition, and tell Ubuntu to ...


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Can't comment; so, here is an "answer"-ish thing... Kernel upgrades stopped regenerating the fglrx modules on 12.04 a while ago (>1 year). After the reboot (to activate the new kernel), lightdm will let you log in, but then you quickly receive an error related to your virtual screen size and are sent back to the login screen. Primary monitor has very low ...


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This worked in my case: sudo dd if=ubuntu-14.04.2-desktop-i386.iso of=/dev/sdb


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Just copy virtual disc files and also vm files on other location. Thats it. You have a backup.


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Via PPA: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:cybersec/chaos-ppa-v1 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pixiewps


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Ubuntu 12.04.5 has same kernel 3.13 as Ubuntu 14.04. I see no reason why 12.04.5 can not be installed, if 14.04 can. But I see no reason why not install 14.04 as well.


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Pixiewps is a tool written in C used to bruteforce offline the WPS pin exploiting the low or non-existing entropy of some APs (pixie dust attack). This means it should work in all Linux distros including Ubuntu. How to install it? Download pixiewps-master.zip. Pixiewps requires libssl. To install it: sudo apt-get install libssl-dev Pixiewps ...


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The problem may have been not addressing the RAID partitions on the devices instead of the device. Using: mdadm --examine /dev/sdb mdadm --examine /dev/sdb1 you can check for which superblock is the one you want for your raid. Then, you have to choose the actual block, e.g.: mdadm --assemble /dev/md0 /dev/sdb2 /dev/sdc2


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I extended @Xiao-Long Chen's answer, turning it into a script that skips files when the output file is newer: #!/bin/bash for file in *.mp4; do OUT="${file/.mp4/.m4a}" if [ "$file" == "$OUT" ]; then echo "Unable to handle $file" >&2 exit 1 fi if [ "$OUT" -nt "$file" ]; then echo "Skipping $file; output file ...


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why should I install version 14? I do not need it but maybe I am overseeing something. If there is no feature or software in the newer version that you need, then the only reason in favour of upgrading will be that it will be supported for longer, so instead of losing support in April 2017, you'll lose support in April 2019. I am mostly using ...


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you most likely still have secure boot enabled. depending on the computer's bios, the secure boot sets default hardware and an OS too boot to, so with this still enabled you can't boot anything else. You need to reopen your Bios menu, and make sure that that is turned off. Also, make sure to check your boot order so that windows boot manager comes after ...


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Not just duplicate mentions of Listen 80 but also mention of this in addition to Listen 80 Include ports.conf


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std::is_same is a C++11 feature. Ubuntu 12.04 has GCC 4.6.3, which has only incomplete C++0x (not yet C++11) support. You can try by specifying the standard: g++ --std=c++0x ...


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If installing Okular locally doesn't work, you could try downloading and Adobe Reader for Linux, and installing it locally. Instructions given on this site here.


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you could use the apt-get source command to fetch the source of the package and configure it to install locally. apt-get source okular cd okular* ./configure --prefix=$HOME make make install Or using cmake: cd okular* cmake -D CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=/home/maythux/opt/ ../okular-4.8.5/ You may be able to download the .deb of okular. apt-get ...


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Open the Language Settings in Ubuntu and install the missing language support. After opening the settings, the system will automatically remember the language files to be installed. My question is why doesn't choosing "marathi" at the start-up screen does all this for me automatically? We are not LibreOffice developers. Create a bug report. ;)


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Following answer did the trick: sudo apt-get remove --purge bcmwl-kernel-source If it isn't installed, just proceed. sudo apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree sudo modprobe -r b43 && sudo modprobe b43 Source


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I like the accepted answer http://askubuntu.com/a/140214/168991. I helped but didn't completely solve my problem: I saw the error message sh: 1: kde4-config: not found printed my many x programs since I installed ubuntu 14 plus Trinity Desktop Environment. I got rid of it by creating a dummy program /usr/local/bin/kde4-config in my path that does nothing ...


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The driver will be installed by sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source


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This should install the latest version: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys 3FA7E0328081BFF6A14DA29AA6A19B38D3D831EF echo "deb http://download.mono-project.com/repo/debian wheezy main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mono-xamarin.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mono-complete


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The procedure of adding a dhparams file and pointing sendmail at it worked for me. I was getting the "dh keys too small" on a recently updated sendmail client, and it was the server it was sending to that needed the dhparams fix applied. Forunately in my case, the server was under my own control. I'm a bit concerned that sites that are getting these errors ...


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You do not specify the boot method, using a DVD or through USB. In either case: the Linux kernel has loaded correctly; I think it has located and loaded the initrd image; it is now looking for the main squashfs compressed filesystem, and cannot locate it. Basically, it cannot find the CD/DVD unit. As suggested by @WhiteStone, you may have a corrupt ...


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I have Toshiba Satalitte L750. The solution that worked for me and also solved other graphical problem is to change to NVIDIA driver from "Additional drivers"


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Make sure the displays can be recognized by your computer, you can do this by typing Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal and type: xrandr This should output some information about your displays. You can then setup your displays based on this. man xrandr in a terminal will help with this. In my monitor setup: xrandr --output DVI-I-1 --auto --orientation left ...


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I recommend you install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS since it provides the same stability as 12.04 LTS, newer packages, and will last you past the upcoming EOL of Ubuntu 12.04. Additionally, more people will be able to provide support to Ubuntu 14.04, and most guides written for 12.04 should be compatible with 14.04, give or take a few things. However, if you insist ...


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The following article answers your requirements precisely Create a live system ISO for your Ubuntu-based Linux machines using Systemback To work your friend's PC has to have similar enough hardware that the drivers are going to work...


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There is a simple way to do this within Ubuntu. Here is a guide on the official site.


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Ubuntu uses /media as default place for automount, so you can just use a hack for your problem. sudo ln -s /media /path-to-your-dir Now whatever the usb is mounted then it will be listed in some dir inside your dir stated above. This is some hack, maybe you can find better answer.


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Problem solved... I had to download the "squid-langpack" using my browser and installed it on the ubuntu after which the "sudo apt-get install squid-common" and "sudo apt-get install squid3"



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