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After trying the things listed above I personally still ran into some issues so here is what I did to get it installed and running smoothly when the ubuntu software center and the Gdebi package installer both failed me. I added the PPA to the repository by typing the following commands in the terminal: wget -q -O - ...


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Just wanted to mention my own solution, at this point you can just open the terminal and run the command: sudo apt-get install universalindentgui And that's it! I experienced the same issue when trying to install the UniversalIndentGUI package from sourceforge. For whatever reason using apt-get instead works without problems.


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I had the same problem-- no Google folder when running the regedit.exe found in wine "drive:c". Then I found another regedit in a winetricks submenu, and there it was. I applied winehq's OpenGL fix described by Christian above. This was a Sketchup 8 installation in Mint 17. Works fine now.


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Following steps are required for installing a non-compiled program ( building and installing a program directly from source code ). Step 1: Ubuntu does not come with tools required for compiling a program by default.Thus, you need to install additional packages. Execute following code in the Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) sudo apt-get install build-essential ...


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As it has been stated already, Ubuntu Oneric is EOL, so its official repositories are no longer mantained. But if you wish to keep using the no-longer-updated official repositories you can change your current (no more available, and that's the cause of the error) repositories to those hosted on old-releases.ubuntu.com by running the following command; it ...


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If you can't get the GUI to work for you, terminal is also great and easy to use: The basics: Upgrading your entire system: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade Installing new software: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install <package name> Upgrading to a new release: sudo do-release-upgrade Of course, if you are ...


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Courtesy of Mr. Aaron Haviland: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:aaron-haviland/cuda-5.5 sudo apt-get install nvidia-cuda-toolkit Courtesy of the “xorg crack pushers team”: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-331 ALL I needed to know (for linux mint 17.1) both these saved SO much time.


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I have just a bunch of wild guesses here since my experience is with debootstrap for Debian mostly. Have you tried running the offending command manually from a shell? This can often give more insights as to what is happening. This looks strange to me: chroot /home/user/test/chroot mount -t proc proc /proc. Is there really a chroot binary under ...


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I struggled with this for a very long time, compiling in -m32 mode worked, but it was a pain in the ass, moreover if I wanted to use e.g. -lcrypto, I couldnt compile in -m32 since I didnt have openssl in 32bit installed. So I read through a lot of similar posts, usually advising installing libc6-dbg:i386 ... I think this solved the problem for -m32, but it ...


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Sorry to necro an old thread, but I added in a generic low end nvidia card into one of the slots and graphic mode worked. You just need to have a dual input capable monitor to see the boot option on the onboard vid and then switch to the 2nd vid card to use Ubuntu. I used this guide ...


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You can follow this link has given simple steps to install Wine 1.6.2 under Debian 7/6, Ubuntu 14.10/14.04/13.10/13.04/12.10/12.04/11.10 and Linux Mint 17/16/15/14/13 systems hope these helps you.


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Have you tried this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2174630 It´s working for me with Lubuntu


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For my system the following command worked... sudo apt-get install laptop-mode-tools and restart your system it will work properly.


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I resolved this problem. I tried format stick from FAT32 to NTFS - without results. I tried to format stick BEFORE running the Installer - without results. Then I did SLOW, LONG format of my USB stick using the system's Windows format (right click of mouse on the icon of USB stick and not-marked "Fast format"). Good luck ! :-)


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AFAIK, this driver is only able to put out video through stdout, which is then directed into mplayer or ffmpeg. This script will duplicate this stream with tee, and direct it into both mplayer and ffmpeg. https://gist.github.com/Brick85/0b327ac2d3d45e23ed33 It requires some tweaking, like replacing PAL with NTSC, if appropriate.


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I am not sure what was the case for me, but the other solutions did not work, it kept giving an error. I tried this apt-get purge mysql-*, then autoremove and autoclean. After that installation was fine. ** Be sure to backups your databases, the above command might delete them as well **


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The quickest way to see if its installed would be to launch a borwser and try loading up the web interface. https://domain.com:10000


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You could reference the following wiki. CMYK support in The GIMP Although it is ArchLinux specific, it is helpful.


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It's ridiculous that it is this complicated. Wubi should be able to point to an ISO. And why no link to the executable directly on the downloads page?



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