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Dec
14
comment How do I change the GRUB boot order?
If you were like me and couldn't find /etc/default/grub (or it wouldn't update saved changes), try modifying the GRUB_DEFAULT value in /etc/grub.d/00_header (if you have it) and then updating. It worked for me.
Dec
14
comment How do I change the GRUB boot order?
I am using Linux Mint Debian Edition. I didn't have a /etc/default/grub , but found the GRUB_DEFAULT value to modify was instead in /etc/grub.d/00_header . After modifying GRUB_DEFAULT in 00_header with my desired boot entry name, I simply ran "sudo update-grub" and voila, success.
Oct
3
comment 'tools.jar' is not in IDEA classpath
I had to set the JAVA_HOME path in ~/.bashrc before this worked.
Sep
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21
comment Install Sopcast in 64-bits
btw I installed sopcast player from Google Code by following Step 2 here instead of your instructions above: sysads.co.uk/2014/06/install-sopcast-player-0-8-5-ubuntu-14-04 . For some reason, sopcast-player wouldn't install via apt-get (ppa, repo issue?).
Sep
20
comment Install Sopcast in 64-bits
Works on Linux Mint 17. Thanks!
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comment Set up Email accounts for virtual servers on VPS
The above didn't work for me :(. But I did learn a bit about sendmail, so thanks :)
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comment How to install TeamViewer?
Glad someone reported the Wine issue as well... I am installing on a Ubuntu Linux VPS and the error was that Wine was missing. Thanks for the code paste, worked like a charm :)