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By default, the Ubuntu distribution default will be installed when the charms are deployed. At the time of this post, it looks like this: trusty: Icehouse. utopic: Juno vivid: Kilo However, you can opt to use Juno or Kilo on trusty with the Cloud Archive. The charms have configuration options to allow you to change versions at deployment time. Be aware ...


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-home is not a standard java option. Was there a tutorial that said to use it? To find the Java home directory (if it is set) you would do echo $JAVA_HOME Should you be setting the JAVA_HOME environment variable instead (with the underscore not the dash)? For example adding a line to hadoop-env.sh to tell it the Java home directory: export ...


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I'd recommend Ubuntu MATE 14.04 LTS because a dual-core laptop may be laggy with the normal Ubuntu flavour. However you can try the normal ubuntu, and if laggy, then try this. Download it here


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I would strongly discourage you from doing that, as PHP 5.2 is not supported for more than 4 years and is no longer supported even in Ubuntu (Lucid has PHP 5.3) or Debian


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Alternatively you can try Elementaryos(elementary.io). Its a good lightweight distro. I love their splash screen.


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You need to run all commands as root. type sudo -s then enter your password when asked


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Try sudo chmod a+x /usr/bin/java


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I used to run Ubuntu 14.04 (Unity) on my Compaq V3000, with 2G memory, Nvidia 6150 , and AMD T52 just fine. Some people seem to have trouble getting Unity to run on the 6150, so unless you love Unity, lbuntu or xbuntu might be a better choice.


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Selecting "Advanced options for Ubuntu" each time you log in will let you select one from the installed kernels. But to make it the default, Try Boot repair Disk from here. Or you might need to code the Grub. For more details about using Boot repair Disk, go here Removing old kernels can be done by typing sudo apt-get autoremove on the terminal.


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Can you check if you have activated the Wireless driver? If you tried to, and it did not work, go to: Settings -> Programs and Updates -> Additional Drivers. (Sorry for bad English)


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Your installation is all right but you need the alternatives system to set the default binary to be executed when you just type jave or javac. Basically the alternatives system lets you to select a binary to run when there are many other alternative binaries having the same functionality. In your case you have two versions of java installed with ...


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You should use the alternatives: a way that Ubuntu offers to support multiple versions of a software. After you've installed the Oracle JDK, tell it to the alternatives: sudo update-alternatives --install "/usr/bin/java" "java" "/usr/local/java/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/java" 1 sudo update-alternatives --install "/usr/bin/javac" "javac" ...


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The QGIS project uses CMake, so you need to run cmake to generate the Makefile, followed by make to build the application. Based on the way Ubuntu builds QGIS, you might want to run cmake -D CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr -D CMAKE_SKIP_RPATH=TRUE -D BINDINGS_GLOBAL_INSTALL=TRUE -D PEDANTIC=TRUE -D WITH_SPATIALITE=TRUE -D WITH_MAPSERVER=TRUE-D ...



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