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It is a permissions error. Open Nautilus and navigate to /home/desktop/Documents/eclipse/ Then right-click and go to properties. Change the permissions to read, write, and execute. That should work.


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Ahhh... After a bit of messing around I found what was wrong: It was the API version that was giving me the error. I just kept clicking around until it showed none!


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That's an expert system What you want to build is something like an expert system: It has "workd knowledge" - it knows facts about the system It can react on changes in the system based on rules that describe what human experts have written down, mostly. It can also use logic inference for some things - but that is rather limited, because the problems to ...


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These sound like two completely different problems. IMO, you should create two separate pieces of software, one for each of them. (If there isn't yet something to do so). To see whether something was installed, you can monitor the file /var/log/dpkg.log. It will contain any dpkg events, for installation, removing, configuring, etc. The lines in there look ...


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This problem raises when you are installing package for different architecture. So this package is 64 bit, so you have to install a 32 bit, so go and download the 32 bit and do the same steps as above and everything will go smooth



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