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Hmm after one day I think I fix the issue, and it was in spacing at '/etc/bind/zones/rubyonerails.com.db' file. As I try lot of solutions I copied content from notepad to this file and all lines ware moved right by a TAB space.(I removed TAB space for all lines from left side) Now I restarted bind9 and everything forks fine. My domain points to my custom ...
I recently installed pdfbeads on an Ubuntu 15.04 machine and struggled again with some error messages so just a quick update what is necessary for an installation from a fresh system. Some of those devices are not neccesarry maybe but at with this it should work: $ sudo apt-get install python2.7 python2.7-dev python-virtualenv libusb-dev\ libjpeg-dev ...
I had a similar problem with PTCL EVO 3g on Ubuntu 15.04. This is how I solved it. Right-click on the network icon on the tray. Go to Edit Connections. Select PTCL EVO Connection in the list. Click on Edit. Click on tab PPP settings. Deselect Allow BSD data compression, Allow deflate data compression, Use TCP Header Compression. Restart ubuntu ...
Try reinstalling ruby maybe? sudo apt-get install --reinstall ruby
Ubuntu 14.04 uses upstart, so you can write a small config file saying how you want upstart to manage your service, which, for example, you name "myweb". Using sudo create a file called /etc/init/myweb.conf (a symbolic link from there to a real file will not work) with contents something like: description "run webSocket server when network ready" start on ...
Some googling seems to indicate that you are missing a package: ruby-dev. To install it, just run the following: sudo apt-get install ruby-dev After that just try doing sudo gem install pdfbeads and it should work.
for me it was a case of missing dependencies. i thought i had all the dependencies required to install ruby, but i too was getting an openSSL and readline error. i attempted to install ruby with RVM without root privileges which failed but gave me a list of missing dependencies. i then installed the dependencies with a package manager. i then re-attempted ...
I also faced this issue. It seems to only occur when I run an init script from /etc/init/, which has console owner as its part. I face the bug when I have /etc/init/tty1.conf enabled and the "service" is running. As soon as I call sudo service tty1 stop, the getty CPU usage goes down.
The PPA Brightbox Ruby NG has no packages for Vivid. But Ruby 2.0 is in the Ubuntu Repository for your Ubuntu Vivid installation. Therefore sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa:brightbox/ruby-ng sudo apt-get install --reinstall ruby
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