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    [SOLVED] Re: Programming Issue with python

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    Not sure what you're trying to install, however the command probably needs to be



    ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/libpng

    (note the leading / on the file...
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    [lubuntu] Re: localhost login

    what do you mean by "make a localhost login"? can you be more specific about what you are doing, exactly?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Find folders with the name Original

    Probably the issue is combining '-size' with '-type d'

    A directory's size is not the size of files contained in it - just the size of the inode metadata (likely only a few kB) - so won't meet your...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Awk help please!

    I don't think your $26 != "" expressions are doing what you think they are: awk is treating these as tests for whether the field is non-empty, whereas you probably want to test for absence of literal...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: failed installation of apt-show-versions

    What happens if you try running



    sudo apt-show-versions -i -v
  6. Re: Ubuntu box suddently resolve host to local ip

    Is this a desktop machine (with GUI) or a pure server (CLI)? what Ubuntu version?

    You probably shouldn't be messing with the resolv.conf file as it is likely being managed by the resolvconf...
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    Re: Python file management

    What are you trying to do, exactly? If these are Word (or Word-compatible) .doc files then their raw content isn't going to be printable in the sense that python's 'print' function understands -...
  8. [lubuntu] Re: What is the difference between gnuplot and gnuplot-x11?

    IIRC plain gnuplot only gives file-based output (i.e. plotting directly to .png, .pdf etc.) whereas gnuplot-x11 includes support for rendering plots to screen using the default wxt term type, xlib...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: can't find the bug in a c program but sure to have a bug

    ... don't forget that the "right" answer in the final case may depend on your locale - and the calendar that was in effect there in 1700
  10. [SOLVED] Re: installing python packages Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

    There is something screwy in your library search path - it is finding a non-standard libgfortran.so.3 in /usr/local



    ImportError: /usr/local/bin/gex/libgfortran.so.3: version `GFORTRAN_1.4' not...
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    Re: Python question

    You appear to have named your file 'scrapy.py', which causes it to conflict with the name of the module 'scrapy'

    Try renaming it to something unique (the tutorial you linked seems to use...
  12. Re: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name?

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    The editor that you use doesn't have to be gedit: if you're connected via putty then use a CLI editor. The default in Ubuntu is called `nano`



    sudo nano...
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    [ubuntu] Re: extract tar.tz2

    ./configure scripts usually produce output direct to the terminal, with rather verbose output going to a file called config.log

    Just scrolling up through the last few lines of the terminal output...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    Hmm... try making it non-greedy maybe?



    grep -Po '([^/]*/){13}\K.*?(?=")'
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    If you really want to use sed ...



    sed -E 's|(([^/]*/){13})([^"]*)".*|\3|'


    but grep with PCRE might be neater
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    [SOLVED] Re: My Desktop Was Hacked!!!

    Did you enable Desktop Sharing? is your VNC port (default 5900) open to the public network?
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    [ubuntu] Re: extract tar.tz2

    If ./configure ran but didn't produce a makefile, then you need to examine its output for errors - usually missing build dependencies
  18. Re: Puzzled at the behavior of a 2D string in C

    How are you testing the program?

    If you are entering something like



    3
    qwerty
    asdfgh
    zxcvbn
  19. [SOLVED] Re: '-e: command not foung' when launching a Terminal

    @yeti each echo contains 2 lines (note the \n, and the use of -e to allow its interpretation): the first is a comment and the second is an actual export command

    The | tee -a ~/.bashrc should not...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: '-e: command not foung' when launching a Terminal

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    It would help if you could tell us what "the commands" were that you ran twice

    However (at a guess) you appended something to your ~/.bashrc or ~/.profile or...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question about dependencies in ubuntu

    What version of oodo? where did you get it and how are you trying to install it? deb file? ppa?

    I suspect it is related to this issue --> https://mariadb.atlassian.net/browse/MDEV-5977

    You may...
  22. Re: How to make a Hello World program in C/C++

    What error do you get exactly if you remove the semicolon before the return statement?

    The arguments to `main` should have types



    int main(int argc, char *argv[])


    I think. The first is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Broken desktop. - login looping

    No, .Xauthority needs to be owned by you - either delete it (it will be regenerated on next successful X session start) or



    sudo chown dabade:dabade /home/dabade/.Xauthority
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Odd output when entering commands, causing me a major issue

    Are you running the command from a directory containing the fglrx-removal.sh script? if so, the shell will be expanding fglrx* to fglrx-removal.sh before the command is executed. Either cd to another...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Broken desktop. - login looping

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    From the CTRL ALT F2 (or other) virtual terminal, check the ownership and permissions of your .Xauthority and .ICEauthority hidden files e.g.



    ls -l...
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