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The question is old but still valid. Im using php 7.4 with Ubuntu 20.04 but none of the above works for me instead for php7.4 I executed the following commands at my terminal sudo apt install php-dev php-pear then you can run: sudo pecl install mongodb credit goes to https://www.php.net/manual/en/mongodb.installation.pecl.php#125027


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Sample: Make *.sh file home folder. Make it executable. Change your user name to your own (.sh and .desktop file): nano qtwaifu2x.sh #!/bin/bash cd /home/user/git/build-qtwaifu2x-Desktop-Debug ./qtwaifu2x Make desktop files (qtwaifu2x.desktop) nano qtwaifu2x.desktop [Desktop Entry] Version=1.1 Name=Qtwaifu2x Comment=Image Super-Resolution for Anime-...


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There is a tool called alacarte, it is a user-friendly tool to create .desktop files. You can install it: sudo apt install alacarte.


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Hmm... Maybe try sudo dpkg --configure -a as root worked for me.


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What about the convenience of a function? postgres@ubuntu:~$ function psqltest { > /usr/local/pgsql/bin/psql test > } postgres@ubuntu:~$ Once defined, this will run /usr/local/pgsql/bin/psql test in your bash shell whenever you type postgres@ubuntu:~$ psqltest One last tip: Store the functions that you want to retain and use again in the $HOME/....


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Processing triggers for man-db is I/O bound, and can be painfully slow if you are on a HDD, or Google Cloud's default disk storage tier. Upgrade your disk


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I fixed this by adding the missing group: addgroup messagebus


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This command solved for me: sudo nmcli n on nmcli is the network manager client, n stands for networking and on means that the command must turn networking back on.


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