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Install it from terminal : sudo apt-get install gfortran Assuming something went wrong with debian packages, try following: dpkg -l|grep -v ^ii This lists all packages which are not installed properly. dpkg -P package Deinstall (Purge) the affected package. dpkg -P --force-all package Try force if it is still resistant. dpkg --configure -a ...


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You might be using the wrong driver. Go to Settings -> Software and Updates -> Additional Drivers and use any drivers there.


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I uninstalled compiz because it was eating 400+ GB of RAM. This resulted in the Ubuntu 14.04 login screen looping which led me to this posting. I ended up using ctrl-alt-F1 to get a terminal and running: sudo apt-get install compiz sudo apt-get install unity sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager I could now login and see my desktop but the ...


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Solution is simple than you think. Just install alsa-tools-gui as shown below. sudo apt-get install alsa-tools-gui Then look for HDAJackRetask application through Unity Desktop search, if you are using Gnome, it should be under Sound & Video Menu. Open the app and use the settings as show on the screen shot below. Then click on the Apply now button ...


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I'm using Xubuntu 14.04 and this may not work for you. Open Session and startup or whatever the name is for you. Go to Application Autostart tab, again whatever the name is for you. Click the add button. Keep whatever name and description you want to and in the command type: synclient RTCornerButton=0 If you want to add multiple lines separate them with a ...


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Hey I had the same problem and I realized that my browser zoom was at 125%. If you bring it back to 100% then the black line goes away in full screen. To change zoom press Ctrl+- or Ctrl++ depending on what way you need to go to get back to 100%.


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Here is a very robust and reliable script that will: Check if you are connected to any VPN If not, connect to the most recently active VPN This is especially useful if you routinely connect to different VPNs since you do not have to specify a single VPN connection to reconnect to. #!/bin/bash nmcli --mode multiline --fields uuid,vpn connection status | ...


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As mentioned earlier, this is now done in the client-side cups libraries (ie libcups.so, which GNOME and KDE apps link against) and not in the cupsd server. So changing the "Browse" settings in the cups server won't work. $ ldd /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcups.so.2 ... libavahi-common.so.3 => /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libavahi-common.so.3 ...


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There's a fix to this problem which I will explain here (source) modify rtbth_core_bluez.c line 406 and just comment out this line. //hdev->ioctl = rtbt_hci_dev_ioctl; then change rtbth_core_bluez.c line #216 and comment out the original line, replacing it with: //status = hci_recv_frame(skb); status = hci_recv_frame(hdev, skb); after that, you ...



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