devel is not a version of Ubuntu. You will have to specify an Ubuntu release, e.g.
sudo pbuilder create --distribution focal
Sometimes, this might lead to certain issues with GPG keys related to PPAs. See this for more information.
There are a few things you can do to increase the efficiency of use of your screen real estate. Head to "Customize" ("hamburger" menu ☰ in the top right, then "Customize...")
Increase the density: on the bottom line, find the "Density" button. Set that to "Compact". That will render the UI elements of ...
Another solution is to use our binding which is quite similar to what Sylvain suggested. It works with Chart.js 2... it is not perfect but might be helpful for you, too: https://github.com/Elypson/ChartJs2QML
I found the application called Tweaks, I can turn it off. I followed the steps from the website.
Open the terminal and type the following:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gnome-tweaks
sudo apt-get install gnome-shell-extensions
And then, open Tweaks and turn if off.
Later I found how to remove it, go to there: https://extensions.gnome....
Vte.Terminal.spawn_sync is deprecated. So if you are using Vte version 0.48 or above, use Vte.Terminal.spawn_async instead. Here is an example of a Vte.Terminal.spawn_async:
Vte.PtyFlags.DEFAULT, # Pty Flags
os.environ['HOME'], # Working DIR
["/bin/bash"], # Command/BIN (argv)
None, # Environmental Variables (...
Gnome requires that the Exec value contains a placeholder for the file(s) or URL(s). Use %f for a single file and %F for multiple files. See the Desktop Entry Specification for the valid placeholders.
You may also need to run sudo update-desktop-database after your changes to get gnome to pick up on your modifications.
For presenting plots and tabular data to the thesis panel you could use python3-matplotlib python3-pandas and jupyter.
sudo apt install python3-matplotlib python3-pandas jupyter
Kaldi is written mainly in C/C++, but the toolkit is wrapped with Bash and Python scripts.
To use Python packages for presentation you can also use an interface between Kaldi and ...
This may be an issue caused by not recognized qmake, i.e. QtVersion in Menu->Settings->Kits->Kits->QtVersion, showing None.
Manually choosing it to /usr/bin/qmake and will get correct qt version.
Then examples and Kits are both OK.
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.
I have run into the same error attempting to install arduino IDE on Ubuntu 18.04:
umake ide arduino
Which failed with:
ERROR: The checksum of https://www.arduino.cc/download_handler.php doesn't match. Corrupted download? Aborting.
In my case the solution was to use the latest version of ubuntu-make from the PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lyzardking/...