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Ah! The problem you seem to be facing is you can't create virtualenv with python3. And to install dependencies for python3 environment you run pip3 install package-name Follow these steps for creating virtualenv in python3 environment: virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python3 yourenv source yourenv/bin/activate pip3 install mysql-connector


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Here is tutorial that can help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNr3Y0kTSkI


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Your first question No, you can't download the C/C++ libraries from within eclipse, like Pydev. Your second question Install Eclipse JEE and Eclipse C/C++ in separate folders in /opt eg: /opt/eclipse-cpp /opt/eclipse-jee Create two different desktop files in ~/.local/share/applications ~/.local/share/applications/eclipse_cpp.desktop [Desktop ...


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When I have tried the solution. I have got this error; cp: cannot create regular file ‘/usr/share/icons/hicolor/16x16/apps/’: No such file or directory dpkg: error processing package sublime-text-installer (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1 E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) Any ...


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The problem here, based on your terminal output is E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages Too fix this, open terminal and run sudo apt-get -f install && apt-get update Then try the install again sudo apt-get install chessx


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First make sure that Universe Repositories are enabled. Once that is done, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install chessx


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Install Oracle java this way. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer


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Download the package from http://packages.ubuntu.com/ then install it using dpkg command: sudo dpkg -i <the package you have downloaded> NOTE: you must download dependencies too


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Viber always aborts on startup when you have installed acestream package. Just uninstall acestream: apt-get remove acestream* And then try to launch Viber again. Tested on Ubuntu Desktop 14/15.


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There are a number of ways. If you compile software yourself, then you can uninstall the package. But this is not always good, becuase it may break dependencies. You can just hold a package. To stop package updates you can run sudo apt-mark hold <package>


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It says in section 3.1: It's useful to have a slightly customized default, so let's create an alias dquilt for Debian packaging by adding the following lines to ~/.bashrc dquilt is a customized quilt command, not a package unto itself. In short when dquilt is run it runs quilt with a set of customized parameters defined in ~/.bashrc.


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As @Pilot6 said, there are no packages for Trusty. In this case, it's not a problem to use the Trusty packages and it's OK to use the list file for Trusty packages to get updates. What you need is the installation of some additionally Trusty packages. Here the example for 32-bit. For 64-bit packages select your download from this sites: libgnat-4.8, ...


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There are no packages for 15.04 in this ppa, but the ones for 14.04 (trusty) may work. You can directly download a deb file from PPA. Click View Package details and download a 32 or 64-bit deb. 32-bit 64-bit


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delete the directory pycharm-community.x.x.x also the hidden directory .PyCharm from the home directory


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Either you disclose exactly what problem you are having, or you follow one of the several general tutorial available. Normally, installing PureVPN in Ubuntu implies using the tool provided by the company. If that does not work contact their customer support. Configuring PureVPN is often a matter of a matter of few clicks. They have full configuration ...


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Both packages are in the Ubuntu universe repository. Enable this repository in Software & Updates as per screen-shot below. After that sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nautilus-refresh


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You can download the .deb package from here. This will allow you to bypass the location errors, since you'd be installing the package directly.


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Printer debugging information is here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingPrintingProblems If nothing of that helps, then try: Disconnect the printer physically Make sure the DEFAULT printer is something else e.g. cups-pdf (PDF in the GUI, sudo apt-get cups-pdf to install). Remove / Delete the printer driver(s)/setup(s) you have in the GUI Reboot (to ...


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For a full list of steps to install a version from source, skip the following lines and read on with Install from source To install/remove the GNU R statistical computation and graphics system you need the package r-base. Therefore sudo apt-get install r-base or sudo apt-get purge r-base To install/remove the GNU R collection of recommended ...


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I don't think you need to actually install it. Please open a terminal and do: cd ~/Downloads/linux64 Or wherever you extracted the file. If yours is a 32-bit system, then: cd ~/Downloads/linux32 In either case, next do: chmod +x campfire ./campfire Play and enjoy!


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To find to which package your include file (X11/extensions/Xinerama.h) belong to, install apt-file and search for it, example: $ sudo apt-get install apt-file $ sudo apt-file update $ apt-file search "X11/extensions/Xinerama.h" libxinerama-dev: /usr/include/X11/extensions/Xinerama.h Once you've the package name, install via: sudo apt-get install ...


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changed unity's sub-menu colour when I set up a new theme in KDE --> Solution: remove in the $HOME directory the .kde, .gconf and .config directories, logout and login again. All ubuntu configuration will be restored to the default when reating a new user.


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Open a terminal Follow the commands below cd git clone https://github.com/trustedsec/social-engineer-toolkit cd social-engineer-toolkit python setup.py install Start the application sudo setoolkit


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@heemayl answer tells you how to get the source code but in case you are wondering how come the package is installed without using the source code? It is because Ubunutu does not build packages from source and instead downloads precompiled binaries. A distro like Gentoo Linux however would download the source and build a package locally.


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By default apt-get install does not download the source codes of packages. There is a specific apt-get option to do that which is source. From man apt-get: source source causes apt-get to fetch source packages. APT will examine the available packages to decide which source package to fetch. It will then find and download into ...


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Version 31.2 Gotham is in the Ubuntu Universe repositories: % apt-cache policy xbmc xbmc: Installed: (none) Candidate: 2:13.2+dfsg1-4ubuntu1 Version table: 2:13.2+dfsg1-4ubuntu1 0 500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ vivid/universe i386 Packages Therefore install via sudo apt-get install xbmc Check, that universe is active in ...


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I tried to install Oracle 12c Release 1 on Ubuntu 15.04 and it worked well. Following are the steps for reference Ensure that the /etc/hosts file must contain a fully qualified name for the server. IP-address fully-qualified-machine-name machine-name Run following commands using root / root equivalent user sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...


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There is another point. When you are on battery performance is all depend on battery but while charging performance increase little bit and laptop all depends on direct DC charge and it gives little bit more volts than battery.


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you need the following commands: export INCLUDE="/home/acerv3-571g/boost_1_58_0:$INCLUDE" export LIBRARY_PATH="/home/acerv3-571g/boost_1_58_0/stage/lib:$LIBRARY_PATH" you can execute them in a terminal to set these variables in the current terminal session. If you want to make them permanent, you have to add these lines to your .bashrc


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The solution is to explicitly allow apt to downgrade packages: sudo su - sudo echo 'Package: * Pin: release o=Ubuntu Pin-Priority: 1001 ' >> /etc/apt/preferences.d/allow-downgrade apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get -f install apt-get update mv /etc/apt/preferences.d/allow-downgrade > /etc/apt/preferences.d/allow-downgrade_old sudo apt-get ...


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If you are not plugged, then your laptop battery may be dead before the installation is finished, if you have a laptop. ;) The result can be a ruined or incomplete installation and you have to start over. Assuming your hard drive still functions.


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MS Office 2010 (64-bit) does not work on wine. Here are other options (in no specific order). Install 32-bit version The 32-bit version works alright on wine. Try installing that. You can also try installing a latter version (2007, 2003 etc). Check out the list at https://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?appId=31. Install Other Office program There are other ...


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On Ubuntu (and Debian), creating a deb package would be the best way to go, as everything can be automated, so that no end-user intervention is needed. The only cases where package installation or upgrades are not automated are if the package has some configuration options that need input from the user (mainly during installation only) or if a configuration ...


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I install without --no-install-recommends attribute. What should i need to fix after all?


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Ubuntu has more then that i think! Cyber Sec I PPa's (Cybersec Team) Black hat sec PPA's ( by D4RkNiK0l4s) Utopic ppa:darklordpaunik8880/kalibuntu ppa:darklordpaunik8880/kalibuntu1 Trusty ppa:cybersec/chaos-ppa ppa:cybersec/chaos-ppa-v1 ppa:cybersec/chaos-ppa-v2 ppa:cybersec/test ppa:cybersec/trojan-horse ppa:darklordpaunik8880/darkminttrustytahr ...


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If make worked, then just run sudo make install You need administrative privileges to install software.


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Try this: sudo apt-get -f install This should install any missing dependencies in your system. If you are trying to install a package, you can also try adding --fix-missing to your installation command.


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Use steps in how to unistall postgres-x to uninstall. Then reinstall postgresql using sudo apt-get install --reinstall postgresql postgresql-contrib Ensure to check your port number, as it might have been changed (It was changed in my case). select * postgres-# from pg_settings postgres-# where name = 'port'; Another referred link


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I had the same problem installing the driver for an old GeForce 9800 GT in Ubuntu 14.04-2. It was the NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-340.76.run I switched to the the tty1 using Ctrl+Alt+F1 and also stopped the service lightdm and when running the executable got the same error . What I did to solve the problem was navigate to the /tmp folder and erase the .X0-lock ...


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use below command , --purge remove option is equivalent to purge sudo apt-get --purge remove gcc-4.9 according apt-get manual: --purge Use purge instead of remove for anything that would be removed. An asterisk ("*") will be displayed next to packages which are scheduled to be purged. remove --purge is equivalent to the purge command. ...


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There is one thing (thank you @kos): I definitely wouldn't remove gcc in general, but if I had to I wouldn't do it this way: this will remove also build-essential and hence make; for one, if you have the nVidia > drivers installed it will remove those as well, since they depend on make, plus who knows what other stuff. With other words, know what ...


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The library libidl0 is in the Ubuntu repositories for your Ubuntu version 15.04. Therefore sudo apt install libidl0 Yes, you can use apt since Vivid


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The latest version in Trusty is 1.9.1. To install 2.1.4 you need Vivid. To get version 2.4.6 you have to wait for Wily. To install packages from this PPA you need at least Lucid. Based on the output of apt-cache policy git you have installed version 2.4 6 I assume, either you don't use /usr/bin/git or the file was overwritten. To resolve the first ...


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The package install rule of the Makefile is creating the Debian package using xz compression. Now, this kind of compression is supported by versions of dpkg equal or higher than 1.15.6. So, in order to solve your problem, you should update dpkg to a newer version. Or install gdebi, and install with that application. I download the package and install ...


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This will automatically download the latest Oracle Java version for the currently running kernel's architecture, however as of now is missing the installation part (note: in the examples I've checked the current Java version against a custom text file in order to spoof the actual Java version) JavaUpdater.sh #!/bin/bash echo 'Checking for a new Java ...


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Here is the script based on @A.B. answer. This script installs Oracle java 8 64-bit. On each run it checks version and updates java to the latest available. It can be placed to cron.daily or cron.weekly, to check for updates. #!/bin/sh J_INSTALL_DIR=/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-oracle URL=$(curl -s ...


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The script works in conjunction with the WebUpd8 PPA. Therefore install Java by the PPA first. If there is a new version in the PPA, then this is installed via the package manager. In the meantime, the script can install a newer version, it there is a new version on the Oracle website. A few considerations Download a version via wget, eg: wget ...


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If you are getting the error: -bash: source/opt/ros/jade/setup.bash: No such file or directory then you must have typed: echo "source/opt/ros/jade/setup.bash" >> ~/.bashrc instead of : echo "source /opt/ros/jade/setup.bash" >> ~/.bashrc Notice the space between source and /opt.


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The following is from Error in installing Steam on ubuntu 15.04 and is by far the easiest answer to this question (as noted above by tahtisilma). I would add that if you want to avoid the pain of having to use the command terminal each time, then you can edit the desktop file either on your desktop, by right clicking and selecting properties and then ...


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Both LXDE and XFCE (LXDE, XFCE) are in the universe repository. So you can just install either of the two in place of the correspondent full environment: sudo apt-get install lxde sudo apt-get install xfce4



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