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This looks about right. From here: I would do it like that: Save the list of installed packages: dpkg --get-selections > packages Clear all selected packages: dpkg --clear-selections Now do your downloading and installation of your package with dpkg. Restore the list of installed packages: dpkg --set-selections < packages Do ...


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1st Deploy an instance. 2nd Install LAMP. Devstack or Openstack has a RESTful Web Service Endpoint to Handle all of its Features and Here is the Reference: http://developer.openstack.org/api-ref-objectstorage-v1.html This reference is for creating containers, managing accounts, and creating objects, then you can use your application to upload the data to ...


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Assuming that you are in windows trying to make a bootable usb stick of Ubuntu. Download this tool, which will help you make your usb stick a bootable one by extracting the files on the iso to the usb memory stick. After extracting, boot up with the usb. Prior to installation, if you haven't installed Linux OS's before, please read on that. (How to use ...


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(Taken from http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2273501&page=2) It finally works! I found what I think could had be the reason of my troubles. There was an inocent file /etc/cups/client.conf with the single line in it: ServerName 192.168.1.36. I was probably left after a previous attempt to print to another printer. Apparently after uninstalling ...


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I got the following error : arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc: error trying to exec 'cc1': execvp: No such file or directory Basically, the problem was that some files, probably (arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc). wasn't having root permissions. If you try to run as a root, error will go away. Permanent solution is to use chmod with argument 777 on toolchain. I did ...


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Do you see your new image in the /boot directory? $ ls /boot It may be as simple as doing: $ sudo update-grub


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It seems from the output of the wireless debugging script that your WiFi is sharing channel 11 with 6 other WiFi networks close to you. Please go to your router and change the Channel to 2 (currently unused by any of the WiFi networks around you). That will improve your throughput.


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/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu is /usr/lib64. This changed when Ubuntu 12.04 came out.


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I have this Problem too. Sometimes it is very often and sometimes i can use the mouse for days without problems. what i've realized is, that when the battery runs low, the problems becoming more, until the mouse is unusable. After charging, it works just fine for some time. Don't know if this helps?! Sometimes it helps to switch the mouse of and on...but ...


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I had a similar problem on a mac-book using the Intel 965 graphics chip-set after i used the isight camera built in and after extracting the drivers for the camera using the tools for Ubuntu. the issue was with the default drivers. after i searched the Intel website for Linux drivers it gave me an updated driver i installed and it fixed the issue. you have ...


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This looks like a bug in gnome-terminal (well, actually vte). I don't have a fix for it right away, but I've forwarded the report upstream to keep track of it: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=748144


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I don't think that is the output of the uptime command, but it might be htop, which does indeed put an exclamation mark in if you have more than 100 days of uptime. https://github.com/hishamhm/htop/blob/master/UptimeMeter.c#L36


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It is just an indicator which appears when your system has been up for more than 100 days.


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The package with the name ns-allinone-2.35 doesn't exist in the Ubuntu standard repositories. So I assume that you mean the package "ns2". Package: ns2 Priority: optional Section: universe/net ... Description-en: Discrete event simulator targeted at networking research Provides substantial support for simulation of TCP, routing, and multicast protocols ...


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I assume that you are using Nautilus, you have nothing else mention. Install the archive manager file-roller: sudo apt-get install --reinstall file-roller Press Alt+F2 enter unity and Return.


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try this code: sudo apt-get remove ns2


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You may install this https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/precise/thunar/ and reboot... It will create "extract here" kind of options


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There is actually a way to do this. Run these commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alessandro-strada/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install google-drive-ocamlfuse Configure the program by running google-drive-ocamlfuse. Make a mount point in your home directory, called "gdrive": mkdir ~/gdrive. Mount Drive: google-drive-ocamlfuse ~/gdrive. ...


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You're not the only one to experience this and unfortunately there is no fix. Users have reported this behaviour since 2010 and it has been an open bug since 2011. Having explored the various suggestions in those links, until this bug is fixed, I think the only way is to adjust the speed manually each time


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I've just had the same issue today, on a freshly installed 15.04. My problem was about the animation on the Google Chrome download page, and my graphics card's driver's not being able to handle it. I am using an Nvidia graphics card, so I tried installing proprietary Nvidia driver and problem solved. I suggest you try installing/updating the driver for your ...


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The issue may just be trying to use the non-Nvidia drivers. I have an HP laptop that refuses to resume after hibernate in the same way as your Mac Book unless I install the proprietary drivers.


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Sometimes a simple sudo service cups restart solves the problem. I faced this problem and solved this way.


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You have added a repository to your system, but you did not have registered the GPG-key. You can do the following: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/y-ppa-manager sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install y-ppa-manager Start the programm "Y PPA Manager" Click Advanced Click Try to import all missing GPG keys And just wait until the import ...


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Its your graphics driver. You need to update your graphic drivers to latest binaries. You can download them from nvidia's website. Don't forget to remove your installed drivers using apt-get before doing anything.


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I found a solution in ScudCloud's Github page: Since you do: sudo apt-add-repository -y ppa:rael-gc/scudcloud Don't update and/or try do install ScudCloud. Instead, add these PPA's to solve the libqtwebkit4 incompatibility: sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:gstreamer-developers/ppa sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:immerrr-k/qtwebkit4-backport Then, update ...


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It is really simpler than you think. All you have to do is that when installing the Ubuntu, you will see a page in the installation wizard called user settings. There you will fill up your system password and usernames. So down there you can see a check box says Encrypt my Home folder also All you have to do is that to check mark it and proceed as usual. It ...


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I've had the drop-out problems with two computers with the ac7260 cards, one a Dell E7440 and the other a Lenovo T540p stinkpad. I replaced the card in the Dell with a 6235 (needed to be a wifi/bluetooth combo of the right size), and though I lost the 802.11ac function (which didn't matter as I have no .ac access point) the network connection was ...


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There's an escape sequence for that: echo -ne '\e]12;#ffcc00\a' or you can also use symbolic color names: echo -ne '\e]12;pink\a'


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I'm pretty annoyed at ubiquity right now. I told 15.04beta2's installer to use / on a raid10f2 md device, without formatting. Fine, I'd already done a mkfs.xfs on that device. I also told it to use my existing /home and /var/tmp md devices, without formatting. /home survived, but my /var/tmp is now empty! What the hell? It's a well-defined place to ...


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What I did was go into the network manager settings by clicking the wifi/network icon in the taskbar > Settings icon, and then from the networks screen that appears I right-clicked my connection, clicked edit, and then under the "General configuration" tab, ticked the "All users may connect to this network" check box. When I restarted my computer I wasn't ...


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First I would try echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=0 swlps=0" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf Reboot If that doesn't help, I will edit to show commands for installing backported modules from a newer kernel


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Probably not very helpful I know but I had similar issues with the same realtek card on Ubuntu 14.04 I tried various things but eventually just chamged the wireless card in my laptop for an Intel pro card and have had no issues since.


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I stronlgy suggest installing LXLE 12.04.5. that has even lower profile and performs best beating Ubuntu and Lubuntu.


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Your command was not working because when you were using /var/www/* as the source, your shell is performing globbing on it i.e. shell is expanding * to all files in that directory and the copying the files one by one, so here individual files have become the sources rather than the parent directory. So, if you use /var/www/*, then you don't need ...


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Use this command: rsync -avz --ignore-existing --recursive --delete /var/www/ root@mydomaintest.com:/var/www You do not need a "*" and should not use it too. To exclude/include files or directories, you should use this parameters: --exclude 'to_exclude*' --include 'to_include*'


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This step is apt to appear to sit idle as the updater is downloading a 25 MB file that contains the Adobe Flash plugin for ubuntu. At your current transfer speed (58.6kB/s), this takes about 8 minutes. You should wait and allow this to complete. Alternatively, if you do not want the flash player, you can run sudo apt-get remove flashplugin-installer. ...


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You might want to take a look around in your CMOS/BIOS settings. In there, there is often a configuration option for waking from suspend. You should change it to something that would probably work, like 'enable suspend' or similar. Hopefully this works, some motherboards override the OS when it comes it waking up. Be careful, though, don't brick your ...


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Download the latest debian packages for your printer from here. There's a package that supports the scanner, and an "IJ" package that supports the printer. You can open and extract them with Archive manager. The content of the scangear package looks like this: Run the highlighted install.sh script to install the scanner requirements. The content of ...


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This worked for me. #!/bin/sh case "${1}" in resume|thaw) nmcli r wifi off && nmcli r wifi on; esac Put this in /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_resume_wifi and the problem should be fixed immediately. Copied my own answer from Wireless networking not working after resume in Ubuntu 14.04


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You are seeing the behavior as you are using the -security repositories and packages go through a testing process before they are released. The security team manages a private ppa for testing - see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/UpdateProcedures for details Next the package is released into the security repo -security includes only updated ...


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Had a similar problem, cause was kinda stupid; I was out of disk space. Checking the logs at /var/log/mongodb/mongod.log I spotted the following line: 2015-04-13T10:56:37.132+0200 [initandlisten] ERROR: Insufficient free space for journal files Hoping this saves somebody half an hour of their life.


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That's because you're probably typing the wrong username: remember that upon user's creation, if the full name provided it's two words long and it contains uppercases (e.g. "John Smith"), it will default to the first word converted to lowercase (i.e. "john"). Before switching to a tty, open a terminal within your graphic environment by hitting Ctrl+Alt+t ...


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SOLVED wincfg added Battle.net.exe to Applications Changed Windows Ver to WinXP "was set to win7" Set Libraries per Wine app DB libraries are set on: battle.net.dll (Native, Builtin) dbghelp (turned off) msvcp100 (Native, Builtin) msvcr100 (Native Builtin) wininet (Builtin) Hope this helps someone <3 Cody


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From the SurDoc FAQ: Does SurDoc provide WebDAV or FTP access? SurDoc doesn’t support WebDAV or FTP access at this time. So, no. Deja Dup cannot support SurDoc storage using standard protocols. Looks like you need to use their Windows app under wine: Is there a SurDoc client for Linux? There’s no SurDoc client for Linux yet but our ...


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As praseodym says, the static addresses need to be outside the range used by the router for DHCP. For example, if the router (in your case, the DSL appliance supplied by your ISP) assigns DHCP addresses from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.50, for example, use static addresses from x.51 on up. If you have Network Manager installed, you will find the process ...


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I'm glad you fixed it, but people should know there's an easier way. I had to use it repeatedly when I was trying to use the Unity desktop. From the desktop you can get to the console, which is a Unix-terminal like text environment. The console will make you log in with both user name and password. Use the Ctrl-Alt-F1 shortcut keys to switch to the ...


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Two things may be wrong. With the second possibility usually you don't make it to the login screen, so I kind of doubt that's it, but a corrupt install remains a possibility. This sort of sounds like a common Unity malfunction. The forums are full of Ubuntu 14.04 users trying, usually in vain, to make Unity work. If it'll let you, and it sounds like ...


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The problem was due to an old postgresql package that had somehow been blacklisted from removal. Since the upgrade required this package to be uninstalled, but couldn't due to the blacklist, it failed, but this true error was hidden in the logs and only this Python traceback was immediately visible. Manually removing the package then re-running sudo ...


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I figured out the problem. For all users with Acer Aspire 5560G, hope this helps. Press F2 when system starts to go to Settings. Change the graphics from "switchable" to "integrated". Since this particular laptop has dual graphics, ubuntu installer was unable to use the graphics with "switchable" mode. Now it should work.


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Apparently there might have been too many kernels in /boot solving this problem (as documented in my answer here: how do I "rebuild" or "repair" APTD?) appears to have gotten to the bottom of things.



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