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    Re: C++ problem

    How exactly are you trying to compile your code? make sure you are using the C++ compiler not the C compiler

    The iostream header file should be installed as a dependency of build-essential...
  2. Re: Problem with gconf2 and libgio: unknown symbol g_signal_accumulator_first_wins

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    Can you run the following command and post the results (preferably within
    tags again)

    [CODE]
    LANGUAGE=en_US:en apt-cache policy gconf2 libglib2.0-0


    What...
  3. Thread: Graphical

    by steeldriver
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    Re: Graphical

    Can you give us some hint what this "wrong command" was? what ftp server were you trying to install, and how exactly?
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Change in passwd file( /etc/passwd )

    I don't really understand why you changed your password - according to your original post the issue was that you



    You need to change those things back - either



    nano /etc/passwd
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Change in passwd file( /etc/passwd )

    You didn't correctly remount the filesystem



    mount -o remount,rw /


    Note the spaces and punctuation carefully
  6. Re: cuztomizing ls display using github project not working as I would like

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    My first guess would be that /mnt/c/Users/myname is an external filesystem that doesn't support the file permission bits that dircolors is using to distinguish...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Grant sudo rights to account

    "logged in with the root account" how, exactly?

    Those types of errors often indicate that the filesystem you're trying to write to is mounted read-only
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unmet dependencies in ubuntu 16.04

    Perhaps it was installed via dpkg not apt? what does



    dpkg -l | grep -i openoffice


    say?
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    Re: default bash prompt

    It looks to me like the underlying issue is that you accepted the default hostname at install time, rather than supplying your own choice of hostname



    pumba-System-Product-Name
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    [SOLVED] Re: Unmet dependencies in ubuntu 16.04

    The root of the problem seems to be that a debian openoffice package has been installed at some point, and that's causing a conflict with libreoffice



    dpkg: error processing archive...
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    Re: Problem outputting top command

    How did you determine that the output is missing a lot of processes? remember that top only provides snapshots of whatever processes happen to be consuming the most resources at a specific instant
    ...
  12. [server] Re: Bash script and mkdir create sub folders with spaces

    Glad to help - I hope it gets less frustrating from here on in ;)
  13. [server] Re: Bash script and mkdir create sub folders with spaces

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    How do you know that the quotes are the issue?

    How exactly are you running the script? A common issue for people not familiar with Ubuntu is using `sh` rather...
  14. Re: Have problem with basic sudo command line update???

    Being able to ping 8.8.8.8 is useful (it means your guest system has a route to hosts beyond your host system and router) however it doesn't tell the whole story - likely your system is not...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: fsck: error 2 (No such file or directory) while executing fsck.ext2 for /dev/sbd4

    . . . are you sure it's not just a simple typo?



    /dev/sdb4


    rather than
  16. [SOLVED] Re: bash scripting options double semicolon

    That usage is specific to the case ... esac construct AFAIK - it's equivalent to the `break` statement in a C switch ... case expression

    From `man bash`:



    If the ;;...
  17. Re: PLEASE HELP! E: sub /usr/bin/dpkg ......HUGE LIST......

    Well... what did you install (possibly by compiling from source, or manually unpacking a binary archive) that caused /usr/local/lib to contain libreadline.so.7 ?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Use Date in Loop Bash

    It should just be a matter of moving the DEST assignment inside the loop



    #!/bin/bash

    IPCAM=rtsp://user:password@10.11.12.13:554//Streaming/Channels/1
    DURATION=900
    APP=/usr/bin/ffmpeg
  19. Re: PLEASE HELP! E: sub /usr/bin/dpkg ......HUGE LIST......

    I wasn't suggesting that you should try to run the error message - and the error from doing that is because there is no such command as `awk:` (with a colon at the end) - that doesn't mean you need...
  20. Re: (Python) ImportError: No module named RandomArray

    Hello and welcome to the forums

    As far as I can tell, RandomArray is an ancient (pre-numpy) 'Numeric' module that was shuffled off into an oldnumeric package and finally dropped from numpy 1.9

    ...
  21. Re: PLEASE HELP! E: sub /usr/bin/dpkg ......HUGE LIST......

    I don't know anything about Kali, but if it is based on Ubuntu/Debian I doubt the system installs core libraries in /usr/local



    awk: symbol lookup error: /usr/local/lib/libreadline.so.7:...
  22. Re: unable to read link `/etc/alternatives/rmt

    @Bashing-om I believe the asterisks in the OP's output are because they have `ls` aliased to `ls -F` (so * == executable)

    The issue seems to be that their /etc/alternatives/rmt-tar is an actual...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Where is the format command?

    OK

    LINUX is NOT Windows.

    If you expect to do everything you used to do on Windows, using the same commands you used on Windows, then yes you will have to "hook it up to a windows machine"
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    [SOLVED] Re: Where is the format command?

    The command line equivalent of gparted is called parted



    NAME
    GNU Parted - a partition manipulation program

    SYNOPSIS
    parted [options] [device [command [options...]...]]
  25. Re: Control compute rover network via commandline

    You should be able to use SSH - if your network administrators allow it (they may make you jump through some additional hoops - such as logging in via a gateway machine first) - best speak to them
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