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Doing "apt-get upgrade" just before a "apt-get dist-upgrade" is a waste of time. If the installation is not the latest (13.04 when 13.10 is already available) doing a dist-upgrade will replace 13.04 with 13.10 and thus make the 13.04 upgrade unnecessary.


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Too late to answer but may this useful for user that encounter the same issue. Netbeans 7.3 not working with Java 8, there is new NetBeans 8.0 release or later in official site will work with Java 8.


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(I) For dual-boot systems with ONLY ONE hard-drive and assuming you prefer MBR (as GPT are a REALLY BAD way to handle your partitioning): a) Three PRIMARY Partitions: - sda1 -> C:\ NTFS [minimum size 50 GB, max size 100 GB] - sda3 -> /boot ext2 [300 MB] - sda4 -> / ext4 [minimum size 20 GB, max size 40 ...


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My problem that caused exactly the same error message, was that I had mounted /tmp noexec. The following will mount /tmp with execution rights: sudo mount -o remount,exec /tmp


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I have found an answer to this question at this forum: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=170425 The correct answer (at least the one which have helped me) is: 1. Unload the uvcvideo module (sudo rmmod uvcvideo) 2. Reload the module with the quirks parameter set to 0x100 (sudo modprobe uvcvideo quirks=0x100) UPDATE This does not ...


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Run ubiquity -b or ubiquity --no-bootloader to skip the grub installation step. See ubiquity --help for more details.


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What I did under ubuntu 14.10 sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install git-core qt4-dev-tools libqt4-opengl-dev libqtwebkit-dev zlib1g-dev sudo apt-get install libqt5serialport5 libqt5serialport5-dev sudo apt-get install libqt5webkit5-dev git clone git://sleepyhead.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/sleepyhead/sleepyhead cd sleepyhead export ...


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Follow the installations instructions here: https://github.com/joyent/node/wiki/installation tar -zxf node-v0.10.33.tar.gz #Download this from nodejs.org cd node-v0.10.33 ./configure && make && sudo make install This will take some time -- 5 to 10 minutes. The installation instructions have advice about speeding up the installation via ...


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After unlocking and rooting, just get the multirom manager app from the app store: It makes sure you are rooted, after installing the internal rom I needed to flash SuperSU.zip It can update the kernel to one that has the patch It will install ubuntu touch and lists all the version for you to choose. Something I did not intend for is it installs ...


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Move the package that you are installing the following directory: mv name package /usr/lib/virtualbox/ExtensionPacks Then go to the directory where you moved: cd /usr/lib/virtualbox/ExtensionPacks Install the package: sudo VBoxManage extpack install name package


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Had same error message and after install of debian 1.6 jdk the file in /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-i386/bin/java was a symbolic link to ../jre/bin/java, which was not set executable, fixed with: chmod 755 /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk-i386/bin/../jre/bin/java and without changing JAVA_HOME, or anything else, it worked.


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Just for the sake of this question, I just encountered the same problem and here's how I fixed it (all these commands were entered from a live session) : sudo vgdisplay then I located the group name to delete sudo vgremove <groupname> said yes to all questions. Then, I could manually format the whole device thing with GParted.


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If the bios is trying to use UEFI booting you may have success (I did) by disabling that in favor of "legacy" settings and disabling UEFI boot altogether in the boot order screen. Then cold boot (cut the power to the machine for a minute or so by pulling the plug) to the USB key and install. You'll know you are on the right track if the installation screens ...


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I had the same problem for a while got tired of not printing. First of all install alien. This is package converting tool that changed rpm to deb-files and vice versa. $ sudo apt-get install alien Convert the file to RPM using alien: $ sudo alien --to-rpm /path/to/epson-inkjet-printer-201303w_1.0.0-1lsb3.2_amd64.deb --scripts ...


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Try running an update in the terminal. if that does not work consider getting another version of google sketchup. i recommend Sketchup 2008


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After unzipping the archive, the easiest way is to simply run the installer: ./alfresco.bin This will guide you through the installation process, and is very easy to follow!


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I thing it must be a problem due to installation of VMware tool for graphical interface. So its better to connect the machine to the required server where you can get the VMware tool update. Once that will install you will successfully able to create the machine. Else you need a bundle of required packages along with iso image if working in a standalone ...



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