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Jul
13
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
17
comment Can't install libpcap0.8-dev:i386 to compile 32bit App under 64bit environment
I don't see while this question got all the attention all of a sudden, including requests for more information and down-votes. It's from 2012 and it was already closed. I don't even have the original build environment any more, nor am I working on that project any longer.
May
15
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
27
answered Install Java 6 for a single project while leaving the default for the rest of the system at Java 7
Mar
20
comment How do I install QtTest for the Ubuntu SDK?
Maybe you need to put QT += testlib into your .pro file
Feb
24
comment Downloaded the apache open office progeam to my home/downloads folder
I agree with bacon: it is usually best to use software from the repository (for example, installed with the Software Center). You can be sure it will work with your version of Ubuntu and you'll get updates automatically.
Jan
26
accepted Spell check and locale
Jan
26
comment Spell check and locale
Sorry, I almost forgot about this. I tried it now and it works. Weird though. IMHO these packages are broken, if they don't do what one would expect. Also, for some reason, I had 3 entries for Hebrew. There were dictionaries in the hunspell folder, but there is no hunspell package for hebrew. I removed the myspell package and all three were gone. But I don't need it anyway...
Jan
25
asked LibreOffice Bibliography from written entries
Dec
29
comment Makefile:448: *** missing separator. Stop. error
Make sure that you have Tabs in your Makefile, not spaces. Sometimes when you copy and paste it, they get replaced.
Dec
29
asked Extend live USB overlay partition
Dec
11
awarded  Revival
Dec
10
answered update-java-alternatives vs update-alternatives --config java
Nov
29
comment C++ IDE Problem ubuntu 13.10
We'd need some more infos here. Did you install these tools via the package manager (apt-get, Software Center...) or did you install them manually? Bc. the latter case can often lead to wrong file permissions being set.
Nov
20
awarded  Yearling
Aug
19
awarded  Student
Mar
27
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
20
comment How to run Ubuntu without GUI in Virtual Box?
If sed etc. is the only issue, it seems like you can use APT on DSL: damnsmalllinux.org/wiki/enabling_apt.html After that, you just need to apt-get install sed
Mar
20
comment How to run Ubuntu without GUI in Virtual Box?
It just ships with a different Desktop (GUI). Xubuntu comes with XFCE, which is more "light weight" than unity. But I'm not sure if its going to be that much faster.