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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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You can use BIOS to select other HDD as primary, then install Ubuntu on it. Then from BIOS you can easily switch in between HDDs and boot into Windows or linux


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Had the same issue on my brand-new Lenovo t450s . It turned out, that my 16GB USB-stick was the culprit. Using another usb stick worked.


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My way on Fedora 21: On Fedora, ensure the nautilus and gnome-disk-utility packages are installed. Download Ubuntu image. Right-click on the Ubuntu image, and select Open With -> Disk Image Writer. Select your USB stick as the Destination, and click Start Restoring... Note: your data on USB stick will lost, so, back up your USB stick data.


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I have found it super useful to use "apt" instead of "apt-get" to search for packages that are available. > sudo apt search libaio Sorting... Done Full Text Search... Done libaio-dev/trusty 0.3.109-4 amd64 Linux kernel AIO access library - development files libaio1/trusty 0.3.109-4 amd64 Linux kernel AIO access library - shared library ...


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Adding Chris Lea’s Repo Using Launchpad repo by Chris Lea just run following commands apt-get install python-software-properties apt-add-repository ppa:chris-lea/node.js apt-get update node.js install apt-get install nodejs Check node.js version node -v Outputs v0.10.20 npm install Above command should install npm. Check npm version npm -v ...


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If you only want general application, that not depend of the desktop, thats is possible without any problem... There are a little decrease of the performance to show gtk or qt application on gnome shell or Cinnamon, but really little, you can not see any difference. If you want to use desktop applications of others different desktop environments, this will ...


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Reset the bios from the cmos reset on the mobo (look at your documentation) Switch back to uefi and boot to windows Download rufus and format tour usb pen to gpt / fat32 Copy the contents of the ubuntu (please use the 14.04 or 14.10 release) to your usb -yes just copy Go to your uefi settings and select boot from efi file (again documentation) ( 6. ??? ...


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Ubuntu 13.04 is outdated, install the 64 bit version of Ubuntu 14.10 or 14.04.2 LTS The webpage is indeed very good but use any of the versions I have told you: http://gs70-linux.blogspot.com.es/2013_09_01_archive.html Download Ubuntu: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop Scroll down for Ubuntu 14.10 and select 64 bits on any of them.


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HP 250 G2 has a stupid UEFI that that can not be disabled. There is an "os boot manager" preceding any other boot manager from hard disk. Press F9 during start up to access BIOS boot menu order and select ubuntu (if ubuntu was correctly installed)


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This process no longer makes the Volar Green functional in Ubuntu 14.04. The firmware has been re-mapped to dvb-usb-it9135-02 firmware instead of the dvb-usb-af9035 firmware which has completely broken my 4 tuner system. Used to work with 14.04 doesn't now. I think the dvb-usb-it9135 is the correct firmware for the Volar Black and it has been assumed that ...


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just go and right click on the file, choose properties, go to the Permissions, and check the Execute: Allow executing file as program.


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I got an error message like this when I tried to run ipython notebook on ubuntu 12.04 ImportError: IPython.html requires pyzmq >= 13, but you have 2.1.11 I tried sudo pip uninstall pyzmq sudo pip install pyzmq but it didn't work. Finally, I solve the problem by sudo pip install --upgrade pyzmq


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In your gui login screen, on the top right corner close to network symbol, there is a square symbol with your current keyboard layout. Please select the correct layout for your keyboard, and then type your password. Hope that will solve your problem. After login remember to delete all other keyboard layout except the correct one from Text entry settings by ...


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I'm not sure how long you've had this OS running, but if it's a new install why not just Nuke and Pave ? Reinstall your OS and you can have whatever password you want.


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Ummm, if I were presented by this particular problem, I would google on how to use a network bootloader to load a boot image off a networked drive, to then have the machines boot over the network. As for the requirements, you will need standard LAN cards, Cat5 or Cat5e cable, a high speed switch at each floor node (assuming you have a server room located ...


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Even I faced the same issue. After lots of searching on the web,I finally realized that virtualization was disabled in BIOS settings which was causing this issue. I Enter in to BIOS settings, search for Virtualization and Enable it. Problem is solved!! !


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try disabling secure boot from boot option menu and choose the boot method from Legacy boot menu as usb drive from there. there may be some option other than F2 in boot screen to enter Legacy boot option menu.


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People are really helpful on this website. I found a "grass roots" answer for "blunderers" and avid "new-to-Linux" dabblers, like myself. Here is a helpful URL if you need 'absolute beginner' help on command line protocol for this type of file. How do I install a .tar.gz (or .tar.bz2) file?. I sorted it out without being a further nuisance and maybe URL ...



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