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Try these commands to completely remove the unconfigured mysql-server-5.5,mysql-server packages, sudo dpkg -P --force-remove-reinstreq mysql-server-5.5 sudo dpkg -P --force-remove-reinstreq mysql-server Then install it again by running, sudo apt-get install mysql-server-5.5 sudo apt-get install mysql-server
That means you have wrong line inside your sources.list or sources.list.d files. Your VirtualBox is non-free version so it does not have sources shipped with it. To fix error Search for deb-src http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian maverick contrib inside /etc/apt/sources.list and comment it by # sign. Alternate way Look into Software & ...
Try running sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras --reinstall
make sure that you workspace is in your home_dir /home/[uName]/ (or any sub_dir) make sure that there aren't any errors in any resource file the R.java will not be created if there are any errors. make sure that android:targetSdkVersion="xx" in the AndroidManifest.xml is typically the android version you had installed.
This is a common Eclipse ADT problem, yet there's not a concrete answer to solve this, there are different ways to aproach this like the following: 1: Clean the project Project ---> Clean -according to the Eclipse ADT plugin developers and contributors: if you run a clean on the project it should regenerate all the generated java files, namely R. ...
If you have more than one external monitor plugged in, see this bug which suggests booting with one of your monitors unplugged. Worked for me.
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