Search:

Type: Posts; User: krafczyk-matthew; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 2 1 2

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    1
    Views
    275

    [SOLVED] Re: lxc servers down?

    For people stumbling across this,

    It seems another way is detailed by the wine people here: http://wiki.winehq.org/WineOn64bit#head-ec78c77745c37a264ed79173d9704efc286514fc

    Like this you can...
  2. Replies
    1
    Views
    275

    [SOLVED] lxc servers down?

    Hi,

    I'm trying to create an lxc container on my 64 bit ubuntu 14.10 distribution. I want the lxc container for a 32 bit development environment. However I can't proceed with the lxc-create...
  3. [all variants] Re: Sending application sound to a 'mic'

    Excellent! That does accomplish the basic task. In a pinch it will work.

    However, is it possible to create some kind of virtual microphone in addition to my hardware microphones such that I can...
  4. [all variants] Sending application sound to a 'mic'

    I'm wondering if the following is possible:

    I have an application which is making sound. At the same time I'm having a skype chat with someone, and I'd like them to hear the sound from my...
  5. [all variants] Re: is there a process memory paging priority?

    bump
  6. [ubuntu] Re: groups cannot find random group IDs

    bump
  7. [all variants] is there a process memory paging priority?

    Is there a way I can prioritize the pieces of memory paged in by certain programs over others?

    For instance, I do data analysis on my machine, and this entails reading many GBs of data. Usually I...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: groups cannot find random group IDs

    Thanks a lot for your response!

    So, I tried bash --norc --noprofile, and the message didn't get printed.
    I then tried bash --norc and the message didn't get printed. I then tried
    bash...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: groups cannot find random group IDs

    bump
  10. [ubuntu] groups cannot find random group IDs

    Hi, some time ago I upgraded to 13.10 from 12.10. After the upgrade, I've been getting the following messages whenever I open a new terminal of any sort, using bash, I get the following message.
    ...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: dpkg get how package was configured

    In the end I found the answer here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/48499/where-can-i-find-the-configure-options-used-to-build-a-package

    You can navigate to the launchpad source page for the...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: dpkg get how package was configured

    For jeanjd63's suggestion, the only files for binutils are:

    binutils.list
    binutils.md5sums
    binutils.postinst
    binutils.postrm
    binutils.shlibs

    And none of these files seems to be a list of...
  13. [SOLVED] Re: dpkg get how package was configured

    That just gives me a list of the files installed with the package, and not the options used to configure the package.

    what I would like is ./configure --option1 --option2 etc..
  14. [SOLVED] dpkg get how package was configured

    Hi, I'd like to know how an installed package was configured.

    for instance gcc gives this information when you execute gcc -v, however I'd like to know that for libc or binutils which consists of...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: pass options to gcc linker only when needed.

    I think I've solved this.

    I wound up using the gcc specs file. Below is the specs file I wound up using.


    %rename cpp old_cpp


    *cpp:
    -I%:getenv(SYSROOT /include) %(old_cpp)
  16. [SOLVED] pass options to gcc linker only when needed.

    Hi, I'm trying to force gcc to use a specific linker at all times. I've created a script to pass the -Wl,--dynamic-linker=/path/to/linker option to gcc every time I call it.

    The problem is that...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: script to pass extra options in front of 'ordinary' options of a program.

    Vaphell,

    Your solution seems to be working. Thanks a lot!

    I'll mark the thread as solved.
  18. [SOLVED] Re: script to pass extra options in front of 'ordinary' options of a program.

    Thanks for your replies Impavidus, and Vaphell

    Impavidus will work for most commands, however in particular I'm interested in using this with gcc and g++. And in this case, there are a lot of...
  19. [SOLVED] script to pass extra options in front of 'ordinary' options of a program.

    Hi, I'm wondering how I can pass a set of extra options in front of 'ordinary' user passed options for a given command.

    Initially I tried something like this:

    if foo is the original command,...
  20. [ubuntu] Linux Multimedia Studio and ALSA crazy behaviour

    So, I installed LMMS on my ubuntu 13.10 machine recently and everytime I start it up, for about 5-10 minutes all sound produced from that program is a crazy staticy jumble. Then it'll settle down and...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Need program to test file system operations

    Wow.. why didn't I think of that.. so simple..

    Thanks for the suggestion. I think that will work nicely.
  22. [SOLVED] Need program to test file system operations

    I'd like to use a program which allows me to test file system commands without actually modifying the file system.

    For instance. I'd like to build a list of commands to apply to a directory tree...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: No way to edit clock settings, ubuntu 13.10

    Awesome! This solution works for me as well! Will mark as solved.
  24. [SOLVED] Re: No way to edit clock settings, ubuntu 13.10

    bump
  25. [SOLVED] Re: No way to edit clock settings, ubuntu 13.10

    I did try. It didn't work.

    Other users are affected.

    Like I mentioned, The menu item to modify the date and time settings is there, but it links to the 'All Settings' window. This 'all...
Results 1 to 25 of 26
Page 1 of 2 1 2