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When trying to build LibBPG 0.98 in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS I kept running into errors when compiling. Errors occured with libnuma. At the end of the building process it failed and I got messages stating undefined reference to 'numa_available', 'numa_run_on_node_mask', 'numa_max_node' I've been trying to compile numerous times with all the suggestions above but ...


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go to /media/cdrom/ or files and copy the content from virtualboxguestaddition optical drive paste anywhere may be into documents in a folder for example into a new directory called vbox open the directory in terminal sudo chmod -x VBoxLinuxAddtions.run sudo sh ./VBoxLinuxAddtions.run after restart the system will start as in full screen mode.


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In my case, somehow the guest start-up job running the VMware User Agent was removed from my xfce session autostart. You need to run /usr/bin/vmware-user-suid-wrapper at login


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In case of Ubuntu 19, install the unity-lens-applications package by running: sudo apt install unity-lens-applications


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[kubuntu 18.04] I could not work out why the suffixes .distUpgrade and .save were ignored when there did not appear to be anything that explicitly sets this. Then I discovered apt-config dump | grep -i ignore has entries for these and others: Dir::Ignore-Files-Silently ""; Dir::Ignore-Files-Silently:: "~$"; Dir::Ignore-Files-Silently:: "\.disabled$"; ...


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If you have already deleted the user through the normal userdel <username> and the home directory still exist like i experienced in mine, you just need to run rm -rf /home/<username>


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maybe you've bought a smartphone by now, but just in case, Steps press, Ctrl+Shift+I then press, the second option from, top left -- toggle device toolbar then, refresh the page, and you are done. Cons you cannot upload multiple photos, through this process.


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On Kubuntu 18.04 the package arduino gives similar problem. My workaround has been to get the one from arduino web site. Just extract it and make ./arduino to launch it. It works fine. Bye world


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libtiff5-dev : Depends: libtiff5 (= 4.0.3-7) but 4.0.3-7ubuntu0.1 is to be installed. Clearly the user had disabled trusty-updates and trusty-security repos at some early point after install. So libtiff5 4.0.3-7ubuntu0.1 (from trusty-updates or security repo), is installed but now the only available version of libtiff5-dev is the release version of 4.0....


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udev is not for long processes, check man udev. look for udev binding or just shell, watch for udev event. Do sync at user level. udevadm monitor -u may help, python have pyudev, ...


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stty -F /dev/ttySX crtscts (modify the /dev/ttySX to match your device). This enables RTS/CTS hardware flow control in the Linux device driver. Then when a DTE (such as a PC) wants to stop the flow into it, it negates RTS. Negated "Request To Send" (-12 volts) means "request NOT to send to me" (stop sending). When the PC is ready for more bytes it asserts ...


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1. Write the current history to the history file, overwriting the history file's contents history -w 2. edit history as you wish vi ~/.bash_history 3. Read the contents of the history file and use them as the current history. history -r


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I had the same problem on my Kubuntu 18.04 and I solved by following this answer, changing "Front Mic Boost" value from "dB gain 0,00, 0,00" to "dB gain 10,00, 10,00"


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I was investigating, and networkctl in ubuntu trusty is a default included feature, apparently. Have you try before to check if the service are running with this command line, before to use the command? sudo systemctl status systemd-networkd If you got a output like this: ● systemd-networkd.service - Network Service Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/...


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If you have no /var/log/syslog file, you can recover the commands (but not the timings) from the syslog file. use:grep 'CRON' /var/log/syslog you can then figure out the timings by looking at the date-stamps. Credits: Recover cron jobs accidently removed with crontab -r PS: To avoid such problems in the funture, try to add a cron to backup your crontab ...


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Step number 2 (Unsafe Method) Run the direct executable networkctl - EASY Download the package according the architecture of your system in the link below: https://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/systemd And, extract the deb package using this command: dpkg-deb -R systemd_xxxx.deb some_directory_to_extract and now in nautilus(file manager), navigate into the ...


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I'm grateful to you, That's why I want to help you now! Ok, answering your Question you have to know 5 things... The Ubuntu new packages can be installed in old versions of Ubuntu. The Ubuntu old packages can be installed in new versions of Ubuntu. But you may have to correct the depenedencies. With a same distro is not necessary the Equivalency. ...


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I have followed the steps mentioned above @ADITYA SINHA.. but, I got the same error again. (base) bandham@BANDHAM:~$ sudo apt-get install aptitude Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done aptitude is already the newest version (0.8.10-6ubuntu1). You might want to run 'apt --fix-broken install' to ...


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Since you can still run dpkg, at least part of the dpkg package is still present. To restore dpkg-deb, you should try re-installing dpkg: download the appropriate package file (Mint 18.3 is based on Ubuntu 16.04, so look for Xenial on this page to get the appropriate links; the download link I’m giving here assumes you’re using amd64) wget https://...


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I think you can lost package and You run command: LPB_Tandn_IT:~ tannetto$ apt-get install nodejs-legacy and nodejs worked again! and If not worked, You can create symlink: Doing a symlink solves the issue: ln -s /usr/sbin/nodejs /usr/sbin/node.


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I think You need to reclaim ownership of the .npm directory. sudo chown -R $(User) ~/.npm and need the write permission in node_modules directory: sudo chown -R $(User) /home/anit/Desktop/ or sudo chown -R $(User) /home/anit/Desktop/theInjuredLion/natours/


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It is good to use -D_GLIBCXX_USE_CXX11_ABI=0 . but you can also use this option of g++, which can even be better -fabi-version=n Use version n of the C++ ABI. The default is version 0. Version 0 refers to the version conforming most closely to the C++ ABI specification. Therefore, the ABI obtained using version 0 will change ...


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Alternatively, open Terminal and type: sudo nautilus & That will open Nautilus as the superuser. You can copy anything anywhere you want, and it doesn't require installing anything.


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I encountered the same problem, this is how you can solve it: Get npm config prefix npm config get prefix // get -> ${myhome}/.npm-global Add the following lines in .zshrc # Specify `n` to put the version of `node` in the `.n` directory. export N_PREFIX=${myhome}/.npm-global/.n # Make `nman` command work export PATH=${myhome}/.npm-global/bin:$PATH #...


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As pointed by saaj, this works for me nicely, a) without installing anything extra nor b) deleting files and breaking the system: kcmshell4 kcmnotify Then select Player Settings and choose No audio output.


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I fixed it. I tried the advice of pushing the USB in slowly. That didn't work. What did work was pushing it in very slowly in a timed manner. Here is how: I used dmesg -wH which keeps live updating dmesg in your terminal. And right at the moment where Ubuntu said that it recognized it. I stopped pushing it in any further. Weirdly enough, this is as much ...


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Re-install apache2 sudo apt-get install apache2 And start your server sudo service apache2 start


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To get the names of the commands only, you can use this: history | cut -f4 -d\ | sort -u Or for better results, you can use this: history | sort -u -b -k2,2


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