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Do you use a 64 bit version, with 12.04.2/12.04.3 release? They are the only ones which work with UEFI. Any idea of what video chip you have? Editing the grub "Try" command to add "nomodeset" might help. Thanks to ubfan1 for the answer.


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If you are attempting to install Ubuntu alone on the disk, the installer will create the first partition as a primary partition. And that first partition, following the recommendation made earlier, should be mounted at /boot. The default file system for /boot on Ubuntu is ext2. You can use that, or ext4, the default journaling file system on Ubuntu 11.04. ...


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I just tried installing Ubuntu 14.04 on my Macbook Air Early 2014. The only thing that worked for me was: Insert Live USB, go for 'Try Ubuntu' Start GParted and delete all drives and partition table. Don't forget to apply the changes. Create a new partition table of MSDOS type (Under Device menu). Start the installation process. When asked for the ...


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I believe that the ... in the .../src are meant to indicate the path to the source files. It sounds like you compiled it properly from the top level directory of the distribution and it works so the full paths signified by the ... were unnecessary, or it's .. and not ... in which case .. indicates one level up from the current directory.


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If you want to connect over wi-fi, you might try the instructions here. Specifically, after installing the Epson drivers, you should edit /etc/sane.d/epkowa.conf to include network devices (there are instructions in the file). Then you should be sure to comment out the conflicting "epson" and "epson2" lines in /etc/sane.d/dll.conf


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An incredibly cool way to install django is this way: sudo apt-get install python python3 python-pip sudo pip install django


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That header bits/predefs.h comes with libc6-dev-i386 (32bit headers). Try: sudo apt-get install libc6-dev-i386 Reference: Missing predefs.h


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Although the other poster is correct and you can remove and reinstall the package, you could instead download the gzip file from URLs a bit like e.g: http://archive.canonical.com/pool/partner/a/adobe-flashplugin/adobe-flashplugin_11.2.202.378.orig.tar.gz (the URL will change depending on your architecture and Flash version: check the directory index to be ...


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As mentioned in @Registered User comment: The answer is there is no way to install a package available in Ubuntu Karmic on Ubuntu Precise Pangolin. You CAN however build from the Karmic source code. You can also run Karmic on a VM under Virtual box and install and run your favourite Karmic apps in that fashion.


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You could simply append a blank space and %F to the Exec parameter in the application.desktop file of your installed application. You mentioned you didn't install from the software center so add a "komodo.desktop" file in /usr/share/applications/1 or ~/.local/share/applications/2, which would be very similar to the one I'm showing, just change the Name, ...


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PLEASE READ THE LOG CAREFULLY....actually Wubi is trying to locate some particular file in ISO file (or any source like live-usb,etc) and when it could it gives this error...I too had this problem but after reading the log and comparing it with file in the ISO, I found vmlinuz was missing its file extension(in my case it ".efi"). Wubi was trying to locate ...



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