Install the latest pgAdmin4 version (4.22) using their python-wheel installer (Requires python 3.4+) as workaround while they fix this bug.
I used miniconda for creating a virtual environment in python 3.7.
Once I created and activated the virtual environment I:
Created the folders "/var/lib/pgadmin" and "/var/log/pgadmin" and set up proper writing ...
Here's a little write up on how to get the PenTablet program / driver from XP-Pen to work in linux as autostart without root privileges.
I tested this on Ubuntu 18.04 with XP-Pen G640 tablet.
Download the latest driver from XP-Pen's website, and unpack it in a folder on your system. I used /usr/share/xp-pen
If you start Pentablet.sh as normal user it will ...
Refer to this article for instructions regarding how to manually download Windows Subsystem for Linux distro packages that aren't in the Microsoft store (this includes Ubuntu 16.04).
As @user535733 pointed out in the comments, WSL is a proprietary service created by Microsoft. Therefore, you will be able to do more by either using a virtual machine (VMWare ...
Had similar problem. After a reboot, the screensaver password screen keeps asking for my password. Entering my password just keeps me going back to the same screensame password screen. Went to TTY and by sheer luck, i saw the out of space notice when I tried to uninstall light-locker. Turns out I had no more free space on my hdd.
I know this thread is old, but just in case someone is wondering. I was getting exactly the same problem:
unable to open display ":0"
I was trying to turn on two of my displays via SSH, but it failed with the message from above. Other thing I had to say is that I wasn't logged on the console of the physical PC, so, only the logon screen was there, but the ...
Okay so after a good amount of time trying to figure this out, I'd like to answer this for future users stumbling upon this problem.
According to StackExchange user bk2204 to my question:
The curl binary that's built for Debian and Ubuntu doesn't contain support for libc-ares. That's because that library can't return both A (IPv4) and AAAA (IPv6) queries ...
Some suggested to change the default python version system wide to make terminator running. There is another possibility. Open the terminator script
sudo vim /usr/bin/terminator
and change the first line to
Now every time terminator starts up it will use python2.7 instead of your default python version 3.
I know this is too later, but this is to help others who are searching for answers. Run a live ubuntu on usb and then you can open Disks app to resize your boot drive. Since this is the only moment the root partition is not used by your machine.
I realize this is an old thread, but recently I had the exact same problem and I want to share my solution so others can avoid spending hours trying to figure it out.
The problem for me turned out to be the RootDistanceMaxSec parameter in timesyncd.conf. The default is 5 seconds; however, when looking at the NTP packets in Wireshark, the root dispersion ...
when i run this script on my ubuntu machine i am unable to browse any
website from the browsers. any idea why ?
Yes. I wrote the original version of that iptables rule set script for a specific application for a specific server. That the server be able to use a web client was not a requirement, nor considered. However, it should work fine. As someone ...
Mary Jane, my experience confirms yours. I have a half-dozen systems on my network which were configured to default to multi-user mode, and have continued to perform as intended for over two years now, still are, and appear uncompromised by regular apt-get-upd-upg cycles. However, after doing clean installs of Xubuntu 16.04.6 on two new machines, I get the ...
For anyone else having similar problems with more recent installs;
I'm running a fresh 20.04 LTS (ubuntu unity remix) on ThinkPad x260 (skylake i7-6500U / GT2 HD graphics 520) - 5.4.0-31-generic kernel.
Symptoms typically involved titlebars of inactive windows flickering when the mouse was moving, or seemingly if the gpu was being called to redraw the ...
This has been anaswered systemd mailing list. Cross-posting the answer
This bug (https://github.com/systemd/systemd/issues/4444) was fixed in
See if you can use a newer version of systemd.
check your ubuntu system log with this command
sudo gedit /var/log/syslog
and if you will see this error "execv( /usr/sbin/tcpd ) failed: No such file or directory" then run this command
sudo apt-get install tcpd
it will solve your problem (if not then you need to search your system error on google)
I see you're using direct=1 (which will request O_DIRECT) but you seem to be using a file in a filesystem... Did you know there's no guarantee that O_DIRECT will bypass the buffer cache on all possible filesystem configurations?
A warning sign is:
clat (usec): min=1, max=3589, avg=23.64, stdev=89.84
Can your SATA/SCSI disk really complete an I/O in ...
To install the kernel 4.15.0-65-generic, I did the following:
sudo apt install linux-image-4.15.0-65-generic sudo apt install
In order to get the required kernel modules; that is drivers like ath9k, you also needed to install linux-modules-4.15.0-65-generic as well as linux-modules-extra-4.15.0-65-generic. It appears that this ...
Got the same problem.
My solution is not the best and easiest but it works.
I create new virtual env with python 3.8 and try to run PgAdmin. Ofcourse it failures because of unavailable python modules.
So I install module and run PgAdmin from terminal (like this "python3 /usr/share/pgadmin4/web/pgAdmin4.py") again then again and again...
Until I face the ...
According to your sources.list, my assumption was correct - you have wrong repositories.
At first open Software & Updates (software-properties-gtk) and make it look like:
or by changing the /etc/apt/sources.list file using text-editor opened as root to
deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu xenial partner
deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial ...
You can always boot with a previous kernel using grub menu.
Your current kernel is partially installed for some unknown reason.
After you boot with a previous kernel the missing kernel modules should appear.
Then connect to the internet and run
sudo apt install linux-generic-hwe-16.04
This "answer" most likely will be devoured by the internet for it's wording and whatnot, but, my assumption with your question is you're attempting to reach outside of your broadcast domain.
In your latest comment, it does appear as though you're attempting to route externally, using your default router - but I'll add the below here and we'll refine as we ...
First, we have to define what you mean by "access" to a machine (either virtual or physical).
When using putty, I assume you used SSH or simple telnet protocols, and the virtual machine was configured to listen for such requests.
When using a web browser, if not defined, it will automatically try to connect using the HTTP or HTTPS protocols, and that means ...
I had the same problem, and I didn't find a permanent solution in this purpose except than a temporary solution which solves my no sound problem through restarting the pulseaudio/ALSA services:
pulseaudio -k && sudo alsa force-reload
Create a backup of the sound, delete it and replace it with an empty file
sudo cp system-ready.ogg system-ready.ogg.back && sudo rm system-ready.ogg
To turn it back on
sudo cp system-ready.ogg.back system-ready.ogg && sudo rm system-ready.ogg.back
In case you stumbled on this trying to find help with VMware Fusion or VMware workstation (I'm an ex-VMware employee, so I prefer it over VirtualBox), a similar answer works here. I am on a MacBook Pro with thunderbolt ports, and I had troubles with a USB 3.0 Card Reader from Genesys Logic:
Bus 004 Device 002: ID 05e3:...
In the end, i did not choose to update my libc6 to a newer version to support the R 4.0 because change in libc can cause some problems.
What i did was to look for a older version of glmnet from the archive and installed it with my older version of R (3.2.3) and it worked perfectly!
I've had the exact same problem. Blank screen on boot-time, that I've partially solved withe nomodeset. But after that, I could not use my external HDMI monitor.
So I've finally solved it by leaving GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="" like that. It seems to me (I'm guessing) that removing the splash option does not force to load any video requirements, and hence ...
Download snap using snap download command.
snap download simplenote
to download the simplenotes snap package. There will be two files downloaded .assert and .snap in your current directory.
You also need the ubuntu-core package:
snap download ubuntu-core
Copy all files to the computer where you want two install then Install the snap with:
I solved this adding .desktop file in:
System-wide dir: /usr/share/applications
User dir: ~/.local/share/applications
Create a .desktop file in one of this directories for the application you want to show in the settings menu and use the category labels for show itwhere you want.
For example for show the app icon in personal settings section use:
With the most recent version of chromium here is what worked for me. Notice the recently added dependency.
sudo apt-get install libgtk2.0-0 libgtk-3-0 libnotify-dev
sudo apt-get install libgconf-2-4 libnss3 libxss1
sudo apt-get install libasound2 libxtst6 xauth xvfb
#recently added dependency
sudo apt-get install libgbm-dev
If you are using Docker you can ...
GNOME Shell (Ubuntu 17.10+)
There are several GNOME extensions. The one with the indicator that I like the most is: system-monitor (AKA gnome-shell-system-monitor-applet)
Includes network speed and much more.
Vitals: Simple. Only numbers (without graphs).
Freon: Only numbers (without graphs).
So I had couple of intense days at work and didn't have the time to fix my machine, today when I tried to boot up I got into new screen
''' /dev/sdb5 Found invalid V2 journal superblock fields (from V2 journal).
Clearing fields beyond the V1 journal superblock...
/dev/sdb5: One or more block group descriptor checksums are invalid. FIXED.
/dev/sdb5: Group ...
I ran into a very similar issue where I had a dialog box popup when trying to add a new wifi connection. Stopping and starting network manager seemed to resolve it:
sudo systemctl stop NetworkManager.service
sudo systemctl start NetworkManager.service
Note that using restart did not resolve the issue for me.
With a working internet connection by ethernet, tethering or whatever means possible, open a terminal and do:
sudo apt-date update
sudo apt-get install git build-essential
git clone http://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git -b rtw88
sudo make install
sudo modprobe rtw_8822ce
Your wireless should now be working.
When your kernel ...
I actually managed to do this from a live system like this:
vgrename $OLDVG NEWVG
OLDVG=$(echo $OLDVG | sed 's/-/--/g') # if the vg-name contains a dash, replace by double dashes as that is used for the device-name
sed -i "s/$OLDVG/$NEWVG/g" /etc/fstab
sed -i "s/$OLDVG/$NEWVG/g" /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume
python3-distutils and python3.8 are in the default Ubuntu 18.04 repositories, so you wouldn't get these errors in Ubuntu 18.04.
In Ubuntu 16.04 open the terminal and type:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:deadsnakes/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt install python3.6
wget -c http://launchpadlibrarian.net/449402985/python3-lib2to3_3.6.9-1~18.04_all....
There was a similar situation.
Сheck the metric of routes with the command ip route
if the metric tun0 is less than the default interface metric, then all traffic will go through OpenVPN and there will be no internet.
You can change the metric by editing the file in the directory /etc/netplan/
Examples here enter link description here,
after netplan apply
The do-release-upgrade command changes your sources.
To change your sources back:
Edit /etc/apt/sources.list (requires sudo).
sudoedit /etc/apt/sources.list // CLI
sudo -H gedit /etc/apt/sources.list // GUI
Review each line carefully: Each line that says 'bionic' change back to 'xenial'.
When complete and saved, run sudo apt update.
I am not sure this is what you are looking for, but I converted these docs many years ago, and they are not perfect - https://docs.ubuntu.com/phone/en/
I hope it helps.
@dobey is correct, the team that built this left in 2017 and the work was archived.
The error message occurs because the path, /snap/bin, is not in the search path used by sudo. Obviously, it is in the path when you are a regular user. The simple solution is to use the full path when running the command as a superuser,
sudo /snap/bin/canonical-livepatch enable **your token here**