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Why not just install it from launchpad:
How are you trying to mount the ntfs partition? Could you supply the exact command and error that you're getting please.
In ubuntu linux the user should be able to run the mount command using sudo...
Initially the image will be the same size as the drive, but you can resize it to any size you want using
sudo VBoxManage modifyhd --resize <SIZE_IN_MB> filename.vdiOnce you've resized the image you...
It's very easy on xubuntu, probably the same (or similar) on other desktop environments. I choose
Settings->Xfce 4 Settings Managerfrom the Applications menu. Then "Keyboard" in the settings...
This is quite easy to do. First take a copy of your hard-drive. You will need a second hard-disk that is larger than your main disk. Then you can copy the primary HD with :
cat /dev/sda |...
A problem that you may run into is that the initrd.img may be incorrect on the new computer preventing the OS booting. If this happens (you'll get a message about being unable to mount the root...
Download it in the host and then select it as your CD iso for the VM. Then boot the VM from the CD.
I think you might be confusing two different things here. When you create a dynamically resizing disk image it means that the disk image file will grow as you add content to the image up to the limit...
The additional space you've added is not yet allocated. You have two options, you can either use the disk management from within Windows to format the extra space as e.g. D: or you can boot your VM...
There should be a space between php5-snmp and php5-sqlite in your command.
Those sed errors are your problem and the error making a makefile in ./ - configure is not running without errors! The Makefiles needed to actually build Cinepaint are not being created correctly...
Well you could get a login sound by adding an autostarted application something like:
You'll need to install sox and gnome-audio.
Have you checked that your original iso is OK (md5sum). If not it wont matter what speed you burn it at!
That configuration should be fine for ubuntu.
sudo aptitude install linux-backports-modules-alsa-lucid-generic
reboot and see if that fixes the problem.
the example there is for adding a calculator, but the principles are the same for any application. If you really like the way gnome-panel...
Tightvncviewer is installed with the package xtightvncviewer. For how to use it, you need to say what you are hoping to achieve with tightvnc - it can be used in many ways and different situations.
Yes that's all quite right, but if you look at the original post the computer won't boot and he's used a live CD. ntfsfix is very limited, but it's better than nothing. I agree his best bet is to use...
It looks like the image you were trying to mount contained no partition information i.e. it was (as you thought) the image of a partition and not a device (it would help if you described exactly how...
If you can get it mounted, ntfsfix (in the ntfsprogs package) may help to correct any problems with the image. You can run it on the mounted image provided it is mounted read-only (add "-o ro" to the...
Depending on what's gone wrong, ntfsfix might help, it's in the ntfsprogs package - which may or may not be installed by default, if not then
sudo apt-get install ntfsprogs will get it. You can...
Make sure you use the full pathname to any and every command in your crontab. cron has a greatly reduced environment compared to the normal user environment. In particular, your PATH is very limited....
But unless you have a very good reason to install from source, don't. Tightvnc is in the standard repos so you can install it with:
sudo apt-get install tightvncserverwhich will let the package...
You need to do:
fdisk -u -l /media/My\ Passport/drive_image.dd
which should show an out put similar to:
Your numbers will be different - you must use the numbers from your output
Ah, that's clearer. You could try "-t ntfs" but I suspect you may have the image of a whole device rather than a single partition. Take a look at the link I included in my first reply.