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If you are referring to the pc board design program, please use the following instructions. If you refer to some other program named eagle, please ignore this answer and please do not downvote my answer for trying to help you. Press your windows key. Type SOFT and then press enter. Type eagle. When eagle appears in the list shown, select that and press ...


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You need to make the .run file executable. This can be achieved using chmod. chmod +x filename.run The above command gives executable rights to filename.run In your case - chmod +x eagle-lin-7.2.0.run Now, you can execute it using either ./eagle-lin-7.2.0.run or sh eagle-lin-7.2.0.run


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you can do fresh installation by downloading the ISO from other computer(since you are having problem downloading on present computer). or you can do upgrade right from 13.10. for this you will need good internet connection. link on How do I upgrade to a newer version of Ubuntu?


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To answer this question well really requires a thorough understanding of GNU autotools, which I don't have: nevertheless I hope these comments will help. The configure script for a particular build is generated from its configure.ac file using autoconf. In turn, configure.ac uses standard macros to test for the presence of specified components. In this ...


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Try Ubuntu Desktop or network installer from Bittorrent http://www.ubuntu.com/download/alternative-downloads


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There's still quite a lot machines that runs on the 32 bit architecture. (Quite alot of people i know, still runs on the 32 bit architecture.) So it would be a good choice to make it available for those people. Ubuntu usually comes preloaded with the libraries needed to run 32 bit applications, in a 64 bit environment. If it refuses to run, install the ia32 ...


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Since you could not get unencrypted content and the read-only filesystem problem messed up the steps, login to a TTY (CtrlAltF1) using your username and password, and do: sudo mkdir /home/bak sudo mv $HOME /home/bak sudo mv /home/.ecryptfs /home/bak sudo cp -R /etc/skel $HOME sudo chown -R $USER:$USER $HOME In order, these commands do: Make a backup ...


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You can also edit the graphics window sizes in the willowgame subdirectoriess, in the .ini files, search for ResX and ResY and set them to your actual screen size.


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From Ubuntu 14.10 release notes page: An update to shim in 14.10 introduces a bug where, when booting on a UEFI system with SecureBoot disabled, the boot is delayed for two seconds and a message "Booting in insecure mode" is displayed on the screen. This message does not indicate a security problem with Ubuntu and does not interfere with the operation of ...


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the objdump manpage says to use --insn-width: $ objdump -d a.out | grep movabs 40053e: 48 b8 45 23 12 90 78 movabs $0x1234567890122345,%rax 40054c: 48 b8 45 33 12 90 73 movabs $0x1334567390123345,%rax $ objdump --insn-width=10 -d a.out | grep movabs 40053e: 48 b8 45 23 12 90 78 56 34 12 movabs $0x1234567890122345,%rax 40054c: 48 b8 ...


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You must boot into recovery mode: a- Switch on your computer. b- Quickly press and hold the Shift key, which will bring up the GNU GRUB menu. c- Select the line which starts with ---- Advanced options. d- Select the line ending with ----- recovery mode,something like: Ubuntu GNU/Linux, with Linux 3.16.0-28-generic (recovery mode) e- Your PC should ...


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You want your /home permissions the same as /etc or /lib... I don't know the chmod numbers but these should do it: sudo chmod a+rx /home sudo chmod u+w /home If you recursively changed all the folders in /home then you'll have some recursive (-R) chmod'ing to do, and is your user still the owner of his own home? If not, use chown (probably sudo chown ...


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You'll probably need to find out what the latest packages available are with: sudo apt-get update before installing the latest firefox: sudo apt-get install firefox or installing the latest "everything": sudo apt-get upgrade But Ubuntu should have an updater (don't remember exact name) that checks for & asks you about installing (or just ...


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Does your netbook support 64-bit? It may not, googling it's exact model number (especially the exact cpu) should give specifications for them. If it doesn't support 64-bit then I'd expect it would give some sort of error, but quietly failing & rebooting is a possibility. Update: It appears that the AMD A4-1250 APU supports 64-bit, good news so far. And ...


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Atom text editor is currently available for Ubuntu 12.04, 14.04 and 14.10 from the Atom text editor PPA with different builds for 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. Atom text editor can be installed from the terminal by running the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/atom sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install atom For more ...


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Opera, chrome, midori scrolling works for me; firefox doesn't work; right click pressing also doesn't work for me, there is still many incompatibility but i hope it gets working


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From LCTHW: "You could install Valgrind with the package manager for your OS, but I want you to learn to install things from source" Try a newer version of Valgrind, e.g. 3.10.1


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TuxOnIce provides the best way of enabling hibernation when the standard Ubuntu hibernation fails. sudo apt-get install hibernate sudo apt-get install tuxonice-userui


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Your filesystem has MBR (Master Boot Record), in MBR maximum partition size is 2TB(tera byte) only, so that's why you are not able to do this. To make the system capable of this, you need to replace your MBR with GPT (GUID Partition Table). It allows you to create one partition up to 2PB(peta byte). To replace you can read this link : How can I ...


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Still you have alternative way to download virtualbox:- form terminal : sudo apt-get install virtualbox from installer : download from virtualbox website Here!


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It seems that the problem is in the old Virtual Box Extension Pack as has been discussed here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/virtualbox/+bug/1386445 So this is basically not a bug, but another VB perk. The solution is to download matching Extension Pack version, which can be found here: http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/ Or, ...


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The Ubuntu GUI file manager called nautilus usually creates a .Trash folder in each drive you insert to your system. Every time you delete a file in nautilus it is copied in the .Trash folder. Then you are allowed to recover or permanently delete the file. On the other hand, when you use the terminal no .Trash folder is used. So, you can delete this floder ...


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You may try upgrading your linux kernel: Follow my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kFRtJiwCRI Be aware that upgrade kernel sometimes causes problem, in my case, if i upgrade to 3.18 RC8)newest to date) it shutdowns the entire system. So, i've made a tutorial with the 3.18 RC3, not RC8, that works on 14.04.1 (official download) ubuntu. hope it ...


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You may perform following steps: Goto to Bios options (hit F1/F2 or maybe F8/F9 depending on your board make). Goto Advanced Options Set Virtualization Option to Enabled Save, Exit and Restart the machine That is it!!! It solved both the above problems for me :-)


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Looks like the question describes not what have been created: there two partitions have been partitioned: sda1 (about 70Gb) and sda2 (about 150 Gb). All created partitions are shown by df independently on what OS(es) are installed. You can also check what your system with: sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda sudo parted /dev/sda For example, in parted you ...


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It recommends it because 64-bit is faster and today, manufacturers don’t really make 32-bit systems any more. It may also recommend 64-bit because the download site recognized that your pc is 64-bit (the one you are using to download the image). It also says 32-bit is for PC's with less than 2GB of ram because 99.9% of all PC's with less than 2GB of ram are ...


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Most modern computers come with more than 4GiB of RAM, so you'd need a 64bit OS to use all of this. (Or 32bit with PAE, which is slower) Also, most new machines are using UEFI, and Ubuntu 32bit ISO's aren't UEFI-capable, so here you'd have to go with 64bit On older hardware, which doesn't use UEFI and/or has less then 4GiB of RAM, it doesn't matter, as long ...


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You cannot do it in simple way. What I would do is to save the content of /home and the /etc, afterwards make a list of installed packages with: dpkg --get-selections > ~/Package.list sudo cp -R /etc/apt/sources.list* ~/ sudo apt-key exportall > ~/Repo.keys After that save somewhere the created files, and reinstall your Ubuntu choosing the 64bit ...


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Run this command: sudo apt-get install libnss3:i386


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Ubuntu shipped with limited x32 support in 13.04. However, it isn't planning on providing a full port of x32 packages like Debian. Ubuntu is simply providing a kernel with the x32 syscalls and a functional tri-arch toolchain with GCC and eglibc. You need a kernel configured with CONFIG_X86_X32=y


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I think "Trusted platform execution" only allows certain signed or "trusted" programs/kernels to boot, and your 64-bit image isn't one of the "trusted" ones. The "only detected an i686 cpu" error may be from VirtualBox's way of emulating the "trusted platform execution"(TPE), or maybe VirtualBox starts to boot the image, but the cpu's TPE doesn't let it, and ...


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Nope. These answers are wrong. You need to install bumblebee instead of NVIDIA drivers. Bumblebee is used with NVIDIA Optimus Graphic cards. Your output shows two video cards. Remove NVIDIA Drivers and install bumblebee.


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Found an answer! All of the options were on. However the "trusted platform execution" needs to be off. As soon as I turn that off, it works. If anyone can explain why that works, I'll award the answer.


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I fixed this exact same problem by enabling "Recommended Updates (trusty updates)" in the "Software & Updates" control panel, "Updates" tab.


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I am facing the same problem on my dell vostro 3446 , ubuntu 14.04.01 LTS , and many other people too are facing the same problem.I think its a bug and it has been posted here.


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If you want to use proxy in Chrome you have to change whole system proxy ! on Settings > Network > Network Proxy change settings here you will get the effects in Chrome. done


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You have a processor that is capable of 64-bit, so go ahead and use a 64-bit version of Ubuntu. You stated elsewhere that your PC has a "Pentium Duo Core" chip. Intel has never released a dual core chip called "Pentium" that doesn't support 64-bit apart from the "Yonah", a re-branded version of the Pentium M that is for laptops.


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As to whether it will serve your novice-networking needs, I'll go out on a limb and say "probably". update/correction: I previously said that your processor is only capable of 32bit processing. I wish to rescind that claim. In fact I believe it is probably only capable of 32 bit processing given some of your previous comments regarding it's brand, model, ...


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It depends on the hardware how much ram/cpu and disk space you have, for example if you have 512mb of ram and Pantium 4 cpu with sufficient disk space let's say 80gb an Ethernet card, that should enable you to have a decent server, with BackupPC that will make it easy to make backups


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you should think of 32 vs. 64 bit as if 64 Bus (mistakenly talking about processor) is like a truck that is as twice as wide than a normal truck (for 32 bit) , sure the 64 carries more cargo (data) on one trip than the normal 32 bit, so it is better if you use 64 bit OS to better benefit from hardware, the issue you mentioned is related to the way the apps ...


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Short answer: No, a 32bit system can only execute 32bit binaries.


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The short answer to your question : changing to 32-bit version of Ubuntu should not make any difference in performance, because Ubuntu overall (32 or 64 bit) is perhaps one of the most resource-demanding Linux distros; it's just build that way, but there are methods to improve its performance. My Experience I'm also running 64 bit version of Ubuntu 14.04 ...


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Just creating a wine32 prefix/directory (without wine64 prefix/directory) will not work. As was suggested above (but not fully written out) - and if you want to avoid the need to use winecfg (which is annyoing in automation - you need to somehow close it), here is the full solution: create a wine64, then a wine32 directory. If you use winetricks to check it ...



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