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comment Error while using make command for kernel recompilation
You need to check your configuration looks like you only gave 8GB to / see the line /dev/sda9 7.3G 7.2G 0 100% /
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answered Error while using make command for kernel recompilation
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revised Error while using make command for kernel recompilation
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revised Decent tutorial needed for setting up simple MySQL client-server system
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answered Decent tutorial needed for setting up simple MySQL client-server system
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comment Why am I getting the error “Cannot assign to non-existent property ”head"?
Can you provide some code?
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comment Creating New Users
It doesn't ask for the admin password when you click account disabled it asks you to set a password for the user. You enter a password hit ok and its enabled.
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awarded  Excavator
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comment new server install 13.10 default user ubuntu /home/ubuntu
Did you do the install yourself from bear metal? or is this a cloud server? eg. AWS
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revised new server install 13.10 default user ubuntu /home/ubuntu
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comment What is the root user
Then I clear that up in the first three words :)
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revised What is the root user
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answered What is the root user
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comment Starting with Ubuntu in digitalocean: pip failing with “Permission denied”
Yeah, I'm pretty sure with virtual env's you shouldn't need sudo because if your permissions are setup right your doing a local install in a localised folder not `/usr/* it maybe you just need to adjust permissions on your env directory.
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comment Starting with Ubuntu in digitalocean: pip failing with “Permission denied”
I don't think you can just remove python 2.7 from the system. Python is used in so much of the system that it would just break a tonne of stuff. I think 14.04 comes with 2.7.6 and 3.4.0 preinstalled, you can access the latest version of python 2.x installed on your system with python2 or python3 for the latest version of python 3.x on your system, you can also use python2.7 or python3.4 to get specific. Im not to hot on virtual env's but you could probably run sudo pip install django to bypass the permission issue.
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comment Getting error downloading java programmer
@Manish Great You should answer your own question then.
Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to remove backup data Ubuntu 14.04
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Compile error: checking for libXaw… configure: error: No X toolkit could be found
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comment Unable to login after deleting Guest User Account
@Gaurav Cool, Glad its working for you.