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no, that will not help. The last version that contains alx module is version 3.4, unfortunately. so a regular user with this network card is completely dumped :( and each time I upgrade to a new version of kernel once a few months, I have to waste one hour trying to figure out where did the linux magicians hide my network card driver! anybody's been ...
Lately the modules from the 3.8 kernel have been backported, so use sudo apt-get install linux-backports-modules-cw-3.8-precise-generic instead of sudo apt-get install linux-backports-modules-cw-3.6-precise-generic as in gertvdijk's answer above
The version on sourceforge is the same one available from repo on Trusty. I can't verify older releases. cd ~/ mkdir junk cd junk apt-get source sqlitebrowser sudo apt-get install devscripts sudo apt-get build-dep sqlitebrowser cd sqlitebrowser-2.0.0~beta1+ds.1/ debuild -us -uc There, you built it from source.
as you have downloaded the .gz file already now just have to configure and install it do the following steps- I am considering that its downloaded into Downloads folder under home- cd Downloads tar -xvf sqlitebrowser_200_b1_src.tar.gz After that you will get one more folder , thats the extracted folder to check it run- ls -a then use cd to enter in ...
Besides that you can install it building the source, you may want to install using the Software Center, it's simpler. Search sqlitebrowser, click on install and done.
It was an Qt project they use qmake (that comes with Qt development package) instead of configure. "./configue" "make" "makeinstall" none of them work with that.
Here's a more simple way to do this. Start by adding the Universe repository. You can do that by opening Software & Updates (formerly known as Software Sources). Press Super key and type in "software". Click on "Software & Updates". Enable "Community-maintained free and open-source software (universe)". Click Close. Now you need to update ...
You don't need to create a root password, you can use sudo. Here's how to compile and install a program from source. Installing the build-essential package in Ubuntu’s package repositories automatically installs the basic software you’ll need to compile from source, like the GCC compiler and other utilities. sudo apt-get install build-essential Now open ...
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