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TL;DR Your memory module is broken. Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news. (harbinger – Thx @Fabby for the nice word) Explanation Tst – shows which test has failed Pass – Test 4 has one pass Failing Address – shows exactly which part of the memory has errors. Good and Bad – show the data that was written and what was retrieved respectively. Both ...
Run this in Terminal (you will be asked for your password) sudo chown -R bram:bram /home/bram/.gnupg/
First go to your system file >then etc >then locate the file called hostname. Open it and you'll find a name. It's your machine's name. Then open the terminal and type >> sudo gedit /etc/hosts. Text editor should open up. There you will find a name in the second line. Replace it with the hostname you already found and save it. Done. P.S.- Don't edit ...
Ok! I think I got it! Start the computer taking not of what grub says the version of the linux kernel you have (i.e. 3.0.0-19-generic) then run the command mount -o remount,rw / Finally, run update-initramfs -u -k 3.0.0-19-generic IMPORTANT: REPLACE 3.0.0-19-generic WITH THE VERSION GRUB2 SAYS YOU HAVE!!!
Did you try to install this package before libqt4-sql-sqlite? It looks like you tried to install it before and it wasn't installed correctly. This doesn't mean that java was not installed try executing java --version on your machine it must work. To delete this problem try running sudo apt-get autoremove this must remove unconfigured and broken packages ...
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