I think Sabayon did something like that.
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I think Sabayon did something like that.
Gnome did the same thing with GStreamer (vs Xine, for example) a while back. Good system, but moved to default way too early before it had enough functionality -- even though the end result was...
prefix those numbers with UUID= as seen in the rest of the fstab. Also, make sure that /media/disk-2 exists (if it doesn't, `sudo mkdir -p /media/disk-2` from a console will do the trick).
Assuming your partition is formatted as ext3, add this line to /etc/fstab
/dev/sda4 /media/disc-2 ext3 defaults 0 0
Alternately, you could use UUID=XXXXXXXXXX instead of sda4. To find the UUID,...
I just remembered this, if you still have SOME kernel installed, then running "sudo update-grub" should find it (while you're in the chroot). What happens if you just tell it to install "linux-image"...
albinootje is right, that will fix your sudo command (or should, you may have to do it from root as "recovery mode" when you boot). but there's no telling what other programs need their setuid bit...
Regarding the Synaptic issue, what happens if you run the following from a terminal (as a normal user)?
Are there any error messages then?
If you've got RAM to spare, preload works great.
sudo apt-get install preload
Also, you can disable some items in Preferences-->Sessions if you feel you wont ever need them.
On boot, all the serives that begin with S are started in order (all the ones beginning with K are killed). BTW, you can just [code]sudo apt-get install noip2[code]As I beleive that's the client...
Assuming you launch synaptic using the command (in the same terminal)
gksu synapticOtherwise, it would just use the LiveCD synaptic.
sudo su -
echo "deb http://apt.boxee.tv intrepid main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/boxee.list
apt-get install boxee
You need g++. Also, you have a .c extension, which the compiler will assume to be C (not C++). Using .cc or .cpp is recommended, instead. So in the end your command to compile and run your program...
This may be a bug in usplash, you could report it on Launchpad. As a temporary solution, you can make the change permanent by editing /boot/menu.lst
Remove "quiet splash" where you see
If all else fails you can
gunzip $FILENAME.tar.gz which will decompress it and remove the .gz extension, leaving an uncompressed tarball, where you can just "tar -xf $FILENAME.tar" on the other.
When you're at the GRUB boot list, press 'e' for Edit while on the failing kernel, and you should see something like
/vmlinuz-2.6.27-9-generic root=UUID=d9e306e7-0bd3-473e-b683-a1a4317cd3e9 ro...
A segmentation fault happens when a program does something it shouldn't, and then crashes. If this happens, you can try moving your program's settings to a temporary directory, and trying from a...
If your BIOS doesn't pick up anything, you're going to have a hard time seeing it in Linux. Assuming it does, though, what are the outputs of
ls /dev|grep -e "^[hs]d.*"
If you're using nVidia's control panel to configure your settings, you need to tell it to load those settings on startup (this is nonobvious).
Go to System --> Preferences --> Sessions
If you boot the new Kernel in "Recovery Mode", where does it stop? What does it say before that?
So does anyone know what the actual solution is rather than working around the problem?
Some of us for various reasons would prefer to run a custom kernel and it would be nice if system utilities...
This always happens to me when I recompile my kernel. I'd also be interested to know what the fix is.
Actually, the second wouldn't be too far off. There is a public memo from Mr. Gates talking about possible ways to prevent Linux from reaping the benefits of ACPI (one of which was adding: surprise:...
Reporting in from Greensboro! Been using since that cool thing we called "Breezy Badger".
I'm also having problems getting it to run, and this includes flat out stealing source packages from Feisty, so I'm not sure what exactly is going on.
I tried packaging it yesterday, but although it compiled, it didn't run. I'm currently looking into it (or maybe I just grabbed it too soon).