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You want Glassfibre for that, in both situations. Why? Because nothing is faster then light and the other thumbs up would be, it's safe. You can't easily infiltrate a glass fibre cable. And it's "maintenance free", in other words, it works or it won't. The only thing you have to worry about, that a glass fibre cable can be bend only to a certain point, this ...
that's depend on budget/request bandwith: that's a MAN "low budget" solution: point to point connection (PPPoE) between the gateway of main campus and the new branch ones to connect the local resource via ISP (a tunnel to connect the two LAN via internet: a VPN). "hight budget" solution: leased line, a private line leased by ISP (internet service ...
No. The first time you connect to any SSH host, you will be presented with a similar message for that host. That is just how SSH functions.
The problem is that you are attempting to build the package for Trusty (Ubuntu 14.04), but your control file requires a newer version of gawk than is currently available for Trusty: the latest version of gawk available for Trusty is 1:4.0.1+dfsg-2.1ubuntu2 your control file is requesting a version >= 1:4.1.1+dfsg-1 The solution is to either change your ...
If you received an email with Approved or Rejected, then you've uploaded your package successfully (but then it got rejected by any reason). See the rejected message: Source/binary (i.e. mixed) uploads are not allowed. Usually this is caused because you didn't created your package with debuild -S.
The best place to file this would be against the ubuntu sdk: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-ui-toolkit
The server reports MIME type text/plain in the HTTP Content-Type header field and Firefox diligently interprets and displays the file content as such. The server behaviour is a known bug in Launchpad itself. You can circumvent the issue with the entries "Save as…" or "Copy link address"¹ in the context menu of the download link, by dragging the link text ...
The easiest way to fix this would simply be to right click the link and click on "Save Link As".
To tell Bazaar who you are, simply run: $ bzr whoami "Bob Dobbs <firstname.lastname@example.org>" $ bzr launchpad-login subgenius whoami will tell Bazaar which name and email address it should use for your commit messages. With launchpad-login you set your Launchpad ID. This way code that you publish in Launchpad will be associated with you. ...
It's a part of the GTK+ toolkit. File a bug for the package libgtk-3-0
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