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Resolved by installing 32 bits architecture support: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0


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I hope, the problem may be with the spaces in the path filename that you might have missed some where. So for the ease, follow the below steps. Try Following steps : Copy the iso file to the /home/user/ and Rename the iso file to a simple file name with out spaces like "ubuntu.iso " If you have done the above steps, do the following: rsync -avr ...


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You should use # scp user@192.168.1.155:/home/user/ISOz/12.04\ LTS\ /Server/12.04\ 64\ LTS.iso or # scp "user@192.168.1.155:/home/user/ISOz/12.04 LTS /Server/12.04 64 LTS.iso" The reason is a non-escaped space inside your path. The second problem is because you specified source file (file1) but did not specify the target file. Probably, you have to ...


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alternately you can also set new folders bookmarks along with the existing folders. or edit the bookmarks. in 14.04 beta that i am using, it is in the menu bar. in 13.10, i remember it to be beside the search button in the settings.


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In principle, it is very simple: move the Documents folder and the Music folder to your Dropbox folder. However, some applications will assume the folders exist in ~/home, so you should create links in your home folder to the "real" folders. you do that by the command: ln -s ~/Dropbox/Documents ~/Documents and ln -s ~/Dropbox/Music ~/Music (after you ...



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