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In Ubuntu 14.04, I had to do: cd /usr/share/eclipse/plugins


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Drivers have moved to: http://support.brother.com/g/s/id/linux/en/download_prn.html Also check Brothers: http://support.brother.com/g/s/id/linux/en/instruction_prn1a.html?c=us_ot&lang=en&prod=mfc7360n_all&redirect=on Thanks for this tutorial


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May be you can try this su chmod +x xampp-linux-1.8.3-installer.run ./xampp-linux-1.8.3-installer.run or just use sudo sudo chmod +x xampp-linux-1.8.3-installer.run


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I had a similar problem and came up with this solution, Connect the hard drive to a normal windows/Ubuntu machine via a USB-IDE adapter, run Unetbootin and use it to create a bootable drive on the USB mounted hard drive. Put the hard drive back into the old machine with no USB/CDrom drive. Works like a charm :-)


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Please post a screenshot from gparted ! I was able to implement what you wish to do - resizing my root partition with gparted and it went well. However, you need to back up in a very precisely correct manner and evaluate whether you really need to take from a /home partition which is already too small. "What should I do" is of course the intuitive question ...


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.sh games: First of all, download the file that you are going to execute e.g. "name_of_file.sh" and save it in your Desktop Secondly open the Terminal Now type cd ~/Downloads (With this command we change the default directory "/" to "/Downloads") Then type chmod +x name_of_file.sh to make your file executable. Then type sh ./name_of_file.sh to execute the ...


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Here is the full account. I have grouped the steps into phases between reboots: Preliminaries Back up your data Reboot to live-USB for main tasks a. pre-installation: make space on disk b. installation: do manual partitioning c. post-installation: supplement initramfs Reboot to primary Ubuntu to update grub Reboot to secondary Ubuntu to add keyfile Reboot ...


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You can also create GRUB Boot Menu entry using Boot Repair. Prepare a Live boot USB or CD. Live Boot your computer. Instead of Installing Ubuntu, Select Try Ubuntu. When Ubuntu OS boots up and ready for use. Go Terminal, Type the following commands. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y ...


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Choose second line option in grub menu to enter recovery mode, then again there will a menu with host of options out of which choose the re-boot in normal option or the similar and now it starts off successfully ... this solution is applicable for dual boot of windows vista business with ubuntu 12.04 ... HTH


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I have recently installed another Ubuntu alongside the encrypted Ubuntu I already had on my computer. For most of it, I followed the instructions from Multiple Linux Distro Installs on a LUKS Encrypted Harddrive blog entry. However, I wanted to keep the existing installation intact, but since resizing an existing LUKS container is far too difficult for me, ...


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/dev/sr0 /media/cdrom udf,iso9660 user,noauto,exec,utf8 0 0 worked like magic as I had already existing /media/cdrom created by sudo mkdir /media/cdrom


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I tried the gksudo method but nothing happened. Here's what worked for me: Download and install furius.iso, then mount the ISO. Open the mounted image, and copy the installer's filename into the terminal. Then, type "./install" and when it asks you where to install, change it to /home/your_user, ~/ or so. Tested on 15.04.


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This is what worked for me: remove the ~./nbi directory. 1) open terminal 2) rm -r ~/.nbi Hope it helps.


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Answer: You're not screwed. I found the models in another, previous github location. Ah the joy of open source shared software on cloud computers. It's like your high school yearbook photo - it never dies... It seems that once someone migrated the code from the original to the new master distribution, a number of models went missing from the new oregano ...


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this thread is old, but I think I can help. I've just modified a Lubuntu 15.10 to act like a thin client. I'm italian, so the language is ... italian :) I think that can be easy to change it in english. You can find the image here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hhd6emi70i8832y/Lubu%20Client.7z?dl=0 My english is terrible, but email me if you need infos. You can ...



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