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Found the solution VMware Fusion 6 supports OpenGL version upto 2.1. So if even GPU (Graphics Card) support the version 3.x or may be 4.x but VMware Fusion 6 can only provide support upto version 2.1
There is no "Click here" button. This is not Windows. Type the following in your terminal: 1) sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade 2) sudo update-manager -d That should sort your issue out
You should upgrade to 12.04 LTS. After that you may want to upgrade to 14.04 LTS. When upgrading the Ubuntu version, you should never skip an LTS version. Besides that, please follow the link that Jobin provided. Ask specific questions if you need to.
It was a mistake by Ubuntu GNOME Team, they will patch it as soon as possible. No need to worry, this has already been reported on Launchpad. You can have look at the Google+ Announcement. Quoting the official Ubuntu GNOME Page: Ubuntu GNOME Team is aware of this issue. It was too late, due to the final freeze, to change that. This will be changed ...
Sorry, that is not possible. The preseed file will always pick up the current version so this will always be the latest point release.
If you simply want Python 3.4 on Ubuntu and want to avoid the trouble of compiling from source, consider installing it from Felix Krull's Python PPA Add the PPA $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:fkrull/deadsnakes Update Apt cache $ sudo apt-get update Install Python 3.4 $ sudo apt-get install python3.4
If you need improved and latest version You should wait for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Release Date 17 April 2014 Because Long Term Support Versions are better than another versions. 14.04 will made available from 17 April 2014 and will support till 2019. Just wait for some days for that amazing version.
Ubuntu will run on just about any system. There's no need to compare versions, however the desktop might be the problem to keep in mind. If there's issues, right click on the Ubuntu Logo and select Ubuntu 2D to use a less resource intensive desktop. If issues still arise, pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1 will call up the console. Login and put in tasksel and use the ...
From man deb-version: NAME deb-version - Debian package version number format SYNOPSIS [epoch:]upstream-version[-debian-revision] DESCRIPTION Version numbers as used for Debian binary and source packages consist of three components. These are: epoch This is a single (generally small) unsigned integer. ...
This is the epoch. It overrides the version in determining which of two packages is newer: From the deb-version man page: epoch This is a single (generally small) unsigned integer. It may be omitted, in which case zero is assumed. If it is omitted then the upstream-version may not contain any colons. It is provided ...
I had this problem and you end up having to do an sudo apt-get install mono-complete to get any of the plugins working. Found the solution here: http://www.maketecheasier.com/integrate-keepass-with-browser-in-ubuntu/
I personally prefer Lubuntu 13.10 for my weaker machines. It will be lightweight enough to run great on your machine but it still has many features. Lubuntu 13.10 is the newest current version, but I would reccomend waiting a few weeks till 14.04 is released which is a Long Term Support Release
You have pretty week CPU there, but good enough for Xubuntu (Ubuntu with light XFCE desktop environment). I would go with Xubuntu 14.04 because it will be stable in 17 days from now as it provides the newest software and it is LTS (long-term support) version, so you will be good with it for long time.
The below command also gives you the exact installed package version. apt-cache policy <package-name> | grep Installed: | cut -d: -f2 Example $ apt-cache policy firefox | grep Installed: | cut -d: -f2 24.0+build1-0ubuntu1 $ apt-cache policy gedit | grep Installed: | cut -d: -f2 3.8.3-0ubuntu3
Install primary versions of python with: sudo make install and install secondary versions with: sudo make altinstall For example, I do not have any Python installations on my system and I want to install 3 versions: 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4. I want to make 2.7 the primary installation (as python) and all the others as secondary (as python3.3 and ...
Try this, sudo apt-get --purge remove ruby1.9.3p0 It will remove all packages for Ruby.
sudo apt-get purge ruby And press Tab multiple times to see what you can remove about ruby. After, check with dpkg -l | grep ruby
Here's a simpler version of your script, (keeping the humor intact :) ): #!/bin/bash ## The && means that the script will run the next command only if this one ## succeeds, in other words, only if the string `version 1.0` is found. bleachbit --version | grep -q 'version 1.0' && echo "$(tput setaf 2)The elves have verified the BleachBit ...
I put this short script together that seems to work for me! This also include a bit of my own brand of elvish humor. I am using this code in a larger script so I can copy and paste this conditional anywhere I need it. #!/bin/bash # Check BleachBit Version and install if necessary if [ "$(bleachbit --version | grep -c 'version 1.0')" = "0" ]; then ...
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