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install the librxtx-java through the terminal: sudo apt-get install librxtx-java this should be sufficient, I think - I'm no java-developer, though.
From the same directory: sudo make uninstall sudo apt-get install --reinstall python Then, close your terminal to refresh bash or run the following command: . ~/.bashrc Also, close any open terminals or run the last command specified in each running terminal to refresh each running terminal.
The static libraries are likely there because you have installed one or more of the C development packages - to see exactly which, you can query the package database e.g. $ dpkg -S libm.a libc6-dev-i386: /usr/lib32/libm.a libc6-dev:amd64: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libm.a libc6-dev-armel-cross: /usr/arm-linux-gnueabi/lib/libm.a
Calibre ebook reader from the default Ubuntu repositories supports two types of Kobo ebook readers: Kobo Vox and Kobo Aura HD Kobo and Kobo Touch Readers To access the below screen from Calibre, run the Calibre welcome wizard by selecting... click downward black arrow next to Preferences ▾ -> select Run welcome wizard from the dropdown menu -> click ...
Answering my own question, I solved it by doing the following in /usr/lib $ sudo ln -s /opt/VulkanSDK/188.8.131.52/x86_64/lib/libvulkan.so.1.0.17 libvulkan.so.1.0.17 $ sudo ln -s /opt/VulkanSDK/184.108.40.206/x86_64/lib/libvulkan.so.1 libvulkan.so.1 $ sudo ln -s /opt/VulkanSDK/220.127.116.11/x86_64/lib/libvulkan.so libvulkan.so Maybe not the best solution but it works ...
GitHub is a service for hosting Git repositories. So, the first step to install a project in one of the repositories is to clone it, which will create a local copy of all repository's contents on your computer. Example: git clone https://github.com/dmlc/dmlc-core GitHub repositories generally store the source code of their project. That means that it ...
Example, Ubuntu 16.04 - 64 : When you run make, it's successful when the library libdmlc.a gets created in the top directory. Cmake : mkdir build and cd build/ && cmake ../ && make → The library libdmlccore.a is created, in the build folder. Same size (1.3MB) as libdmlc.a, so probably no difference.
Read man git to learn how to clone (get a copy of) the repository, then cd to the directory with the files. Read the README.md file, and because there is a Makefile I would, after reading Makefile, type make, as advised by README.md.
Had the same error. Try easy_install hashlib
libsqlite3-0 is present in both Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 14.04.4 ISOs, and most packages from the ISO are retained on installation. apt-cache rdepends libsqlite3-0 lists a lot of packages, including gnome-software, ubuntu-core-libs, unity-scope-click, shotwell, etc. So, yes, it is installed by default.
Run these commands: rm ~/.recently-used.xbel ln ~/.local/share/recently-used.xbel ~/.recently-used.xbel This will fix the problem. The reason as to why this is required can be found in whtyger's answer. The fix will not persist over reboots, so you'll need to have this script automatically run each time your computer starts.
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