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You need to log out of your user session and log back in again for changes made to /etc/environment to take effect. But you can make it work immediately by running this: source /etc/environment && export PATH I found that very useful command here on Stack Overflow


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You can try DroidCam https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dev47apps.droidcam, but in the long run it's probably best to buy an external Webcam.


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Backup everything in /home/phablet. This will backup all user data and program settings. You will however need to reinstall your programs after a factory reset. But once you restore that folder, any programs installed will have the same settings as before. Don't forget to backup all hidden folders as well, such as /home/phablet/.config


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To list all functions, you can use compgen -A function, but a bunch of them are autocomplete functions that programs use internally, and a user would never use. They all start with an underscore, so to ignore them, do: compgen -A function | grep -v "^_" To see the function's definition, use type $function_name. type can also tell you where a given binary/...


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Is there a "list" of everything I can call at the terminal that is dynamic and adapts to the current set of packages/binaries/functions currently installed? Yes! If you're using bash as your shell (which I assume as it is the standard shell) you can press TAB twice which will give you a complete list of commands you can run (beware that it can be quite ...


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You must add the code in ~/.profile. Example: Make a copy of path variable before doing this procedure. In ~/.profile, there is a section like this: # set PATH so it includes user's private bin if it exists if [ -d "$HOME/bin" ] ; then PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH" fi So, add at this at the end of the file: PATH="/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-oracle:/usr/lib/jvm/...


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linux-ibeacon is a Python script that creates an Apple iBeacon-compatible Bluetooth LE beacon using a computer running Linux and a Bluetooth LE adapter. You need to install version 5.0 or greater of BlueZ, the Linux Bluetooth stack and associated tools. In Ubuntu 15.10 or Ubuntu 16.04 (required for bluez>=5.0), open the terminal and type: sudo apt-...


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Here's how I managed to solve the issue: Boot into recovery wipe cache (don't know if that is necessary, but won't hurt either) factory reset (the factory reset option in systems setting does not work in this context) flash ubuntu using ubuntu-device-flash from a dedicated ubuntu machine (not in a VM) reboot The first boot will take a few minutes, and ...


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Well the answer is you cant , cause it is not supported for neither your device nor any ubuntu phone. And by the way you cant install 64bit package in a arm system.Sorry for that! I tried that ARC welder in Google Chrome but all in vain it never works flawlessly , developers have to work more upon it!If you are trying to run some android app , give a shot ...


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Seems there are more and more developers entering this domain. http://www.shashlik.io/, What is Shashlik The goal of Shashlik is to provide a way to run Android applications on a standard Linux desktop as easily and simply as possible. can run android apps, on Ubuntu. It's not stable, and not all apps work, but it seems promising. P.S. I had to sudo ...



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