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comment apt-get upgrade stuck on postgresql dependency
Not working for me-- getting the same dependency errors on plpython. If I add postgresql-plpython-9.1 to the suggested commands I get: postgresql-9.1 : Breaks: postgresql-plpython-9.1 (< 9.1.6-1~precise2) but 9.1.5-0ubuntu12.04 is to be installed postgresql-client-9.1 : Breaks: postgresql-9.1 (< 9.1.7-0ubuntu12.04) but 9.1.6-1~precise2 is to be installed postgresql-plpython-9.1 : Depends: postgresql-9.1 (= 9.1.5-0ubuntu12.04) but 9.1.6-1~precise2 is to be installed
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comment How to get a window from a remote box, command line only?
Is there a way to connect using certificates, like ssh, or are we limited to passwords?
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comment How to get a window from a remote box, command line only?
Thank you so much for posting this. There's not a straightforward tutorial like this anywhere on the Internet. I had to export DISPLAY=mybox:1 before running the Java program. For the VNC client I got "SSL/SSH VNC viewer" from the Ubuntu Software Center. I could not get it to connect through SSH, but it worked when I changed authentication to "None" (sounds bad).
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comment Very slow connection on an Intel(R) WiFi Link 5100 AGN
worked for me too. Lost wireless after upgrade to 11.10.
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comment command-t vim “Could not load C extension”
that did the trick... thanks
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