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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
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 ...
You should use # scp firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/user/ISOz/12.04\ LTS\ /Server/12.04\ 64\ LTS.iso or # scp "email@example.com:/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 ...
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.
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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