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You've done it almost right with the second answer, need to fiddle a bit with the configuration file, try to use this: #!/bin/sh unset SESSION_MANAGER unset DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS export XKL_XMODMAP_DISABLE=1 [ -x /etc/vnc/xstartup ] && exec /etc/vnc/xstartup [ -r $HOME/.Xresources ] && xrdb $HOME/.Xresources xsetroot -solid grey ...


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Yes it does. I used this post and it worked finally! http://codewriteup.blogspot.com/2014/08/tested-working-set-up-wifi-hotspot-on.html One note: Delete the prior installation of ap-hotspot if applicable!


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The conflict is between Banshee and the file manager (Nautilus), both are trying to access the device. So if you want to copy the playlist to the device, you must deactivate all the extensions that access your device, in Banshee's Preferences. Then open your device's music folder in Nautilus, and copy/paste your playlists from Banshee to the Nautilus' ...


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You can use the ARChon to run apk in ubuntu: Install the ARChon Runtime. http::github.com/vladikoff/chromeos-apk/blob/master/archon.md Open and enable the flag: chrome://flags/#enable-nacl,then restart Google-Chrome. (Important!) Install existing android apps in the website or convert your favourite android apps by "Online APK-CRX Converter. Drag and drop ...


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The responsible thing that is assigning dynamic IPs for you is called DHCP server so you have to enable it to resolve this issue. Try the following: Open VirtualBox's Preferences and under Network section, check the adapter named "vboxnet0" in "Host-Only Networks", double click on it and make sure to apply the following configuration there. 6- Double ...


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I've been using this method for a while to share between 3 android devices (Nexus 7 , Nexus 9 and Desire 816) as well as the odd laptop and it works without a hitch on Ubuntu 14.10 using unity. I think the main difference and the only change you may need to make is changing the connection type to ap as described in the guide i linked.


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I had the same problem on a machine when I 'upgraded' the distribution from 12.04 LTS to 14.04 LTS. There were a lot of other issues with the 'upgrade', so I just reformatted and installed 14.04 on the empty drive to solve ALL my problems. The upgrade seemed like it worked, but the more I used it, the more it was obvious that there were a ton of little ...


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I don't know how or even why you tried to copy the rules file. I suggest you use nano and create the file where you want to have it. Related: How to edit files in a terminal with nano? How to configure ADB access for Android devices?


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This question is related to some of the other posts on askubuntu.com The following might be of help in answering your questions about the PATH environment variable in general as well as your specific Android studio setup. General PATH related questions on Linux: What is $PATH Add a directory to your path There are also some old Android SDK path questions ...


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Just in case it helps someone else, it was the USB cable. Annoyingly the cables I have from Samsung (one for my tablet, one for my phone) seem to be device specific and getting them mixed up will produce the above error and the device will not connect. Would be nice if the error were a bit more user friendly but at least for now this answer is here to help ...


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As @cremefraiche notes in the comments, Nmap's host discovery phase (sometimes called "ping scan") is not the same thing as ICMP Echo Request (as used by the ping utility). In some cases (with root permissions against a target in a different subnet) the ICMP echo request is used, but it would never be used against targets on the same AP as the scanner, ...


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Well, i thInk that this is not the place for you to ask, but, I will answer you. If you use -Pn it will treat all the hosts as online. Every time that the host is down, i use -Pn. Example: nmap -Pn 192.168.1.* (Sorry for bad English)


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To re-configure you have to delete the following (hidden) folders: ~/.android ~/.AndroidStudio To show these hidden folders in the file manager press Ctrl+H when in your home directory (aka "~")


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I had exactly the same problem. I managed to fix it after minimal fuss by enabling virtual technology in the BIOS settings. It may be a slightly different method for different computers but on my HP Pavillion Laptop you simply press F10 at start up to get the BIOS options. Then find the tab which allows you to set VT to enabled. As soon is this is done it ...


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OK it has been a lot of searching but it appears the problem is that the adb and some other sdk tools still use some 32bit libraries which have been deprecated and are no longer supplied with the latest version of Ubuntu 64.... Hopefully this issue will be resolved soon in the meantime I got it working with: sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 ...


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Short answer: grub might be broken. You can follow the instructions here to repair it or reinstall it. In a nutshell: you boot from a live (in this case ubuntu) cd/usb mount the partition where grub is installed bind the directories that grub needs access to to detect other operating systems install, check, and update grub Somewhat longer answer: I ...


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Try to plug it into on of your USB 3.0 ports (xhci_hcd) if you have one. I have the same issue when I plug my zenfone into any of my USB 2.0 ports (ehci-pci), it just detects the phone but doesn't mount it.


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Web search found this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2159354 Ubuntu Touch on Alcatel Can I get ubuntu touch on Alcatel one touch idol 6030x? And if I can how to do it am new at this stuff so I will appreciate it See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Touch#Release that's a lot of work [end of discussion] I ...


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You need to add your usb vendor id to ~/.android/adb_usb.ini. Worked for me. Example: # ANDROID 3RD PARTY USB VENDOR ID LIST -- DO NOT EDIT. # USE 'android update adb' TO GENERATE. # 1 USB VENDOR ID PER LINE. 0x1f3a


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Install the required mtp tools - sudo apt-get install mtp-tools mtpfs Edit the following file - gksu gedit /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules Add the following at the end and save the file - SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="VENDORID", ATTR{idProduct}=="PRODUCTID", MODE="0666" In your case - VENDORID=04e8 and PRODUCTID=6860. Now, disconnect your ...


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Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo apt-get --purge remove android-studio


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You can uninstall android studio by issuing udtc --remove android from your console. Be aware that it won't ask you for confirmation


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In settings of the tablet: "USB computer connection": We have the choice between Media device (MTP) Or Camera (PTP). MTP is only for Windows and Mac. PTP is for computers that don't support MTP. So, on Linux I not transfer anything else than photos that too when PTP is enabled.


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Somebody already did it here http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/68611/whats-the-difference-between-ctrl-z-and-kill-stop When I run a command (make on a large project) from the shell, I can type Ctrl-Z to stop the process and return to the shell. Subsequently, I can run fg to continue the process. I am not sure though if the RAM will ...


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Plug in your phone Go to Device Manager Look for Acer Device Expand that and you will see something like ACER Composite ADB Interface Right click and delete that Unplug and replug your phone and you should be able to get it. Here's another tutorial if the method above doesn't work. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0MGt_0_jCQ


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Go to tools folder in "sdk" In the "tools" folder available "android" file then go to the properties of the file in that click permission(at the top). Check "Allow executing file as a program"(bottom left) then close that Then run sdk it works, if it is not work copy your sdk file into your Home and set the path Imp: you should check if your sdk tools ...


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See the instructions here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Installation In short: sudo apt-get install qemu-kvm libvirt-bin ubuntu-vm-builder bridge-utils sudo adduser `id -un` libvirtd sudo adduser `id -un` kvm Then log out and back in again, and check that it is working by running: virsh -c qemu:///system list Some more instructions from ...


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You apparently used the elevated access (sudo) to install in your personal and now are trying to use it as a normal user. I would recommend that you install it in a sub-directory of /opt if you are going to use an elevated access for system wide, otherwise install it as a normal user without using the sudo prefix. After this installation you can add the ...


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You seem to be having ownership issues with the file and/or folder. Try the following commands - cd /home/murala/workspace/android sudo chown -R murala:murala android-sdk-linux/


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This is what Richard Collins, head of Ubuntu mobile products, has to say on this issue - Q. Since Android is also Linux-based, is there any plan for Ubuntu to run Android apps? A. Many Android developers already use Ubuntu as their desktop OS and we have a very close affinity with them. We intend to encourage them to make their Android ...


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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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I've encountered the same issue and resolved as follow : downloading stand alone SDK (https://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html) expand in SDK directory under main directory of android-studio set the SDK path from Welcome to Android Studio window -> Project defaults -> Project structure -> Android SDK location



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