cannot modify file in xp partition, delete linux header, login trouble...........
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 24, 2008
1.any1 can help me?
i can't modify (delete, rename, replace, etc) any file in windows xp partition anymore....
how could this happen?
i didn't change any setting in my hardy, as i can remember...i just did update my hardy everytime there is a new update....and suddenly, those thing happen....
2. everytime i updated my hardy, there is new version of linux header...is it safe to delete the previous version?
is there any file i can delete after i updated my hardy?
as long as i know, i can just delete the old kernel (http://tombuntu.com/index.php/2007/1...you-dont-need/)
3. sometimes, i got trouble when i log into my hardy...
after i fill my username and password, the only i can see is my desktop wallpaper...no panel, no screenlet, no awn...
just wallpaper. the only thing i can do is press ctrl alt backspace to get back to login page. if i did login via filesafe session, it work normal.
this problem not often happen, but i hope i can fix this too...
Remove file path from Terminal
- date: September 23, 2011
I'm just starting out using Linux, Ubuntu, and the terminal.
Having two issues.
1. I can't cd directly into a directory, I have to type out the whole path from the parent directory all the way down. I don't know if this is normal but it gets rather tedious if I want to get to something kind of buried.
2. When I do type out the path to the desired directory I end up having most of that path follow my user-name in the terminal
:/$ cd /home/evan/Music/Genre/Artist
Not much of an issue with the aforementioned example, but if I want to get to a directory that is 7-10 layers down it ends up taking up the majority of my terminal window, especially if the directory names are long.
It seems like this could be fixed with a simple command but I don't know. Like I said I'm new to the terminal so the simpler the explanation the better.
Issues with Fedora, cannot boot. File system check fails, no shell starts.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 19, 2009
Using Fedora 12 with latest updates. In fact, I guess that the problem came with the update from this morning or one from yesterday, since I hadn't turned it off since then.
On start, an error is displayed telling me that the file system check failed and mentions that I will get a shell access and that it will restart after shell exits. The thing is, that I get a message asking me for either the login or to press ctrl+D, but neither work. If I press ctrl+D, it will send the same prompt again and if I press any verbose key (that is, excluding "alt", "ctrl" and those) it will automatically send the same prompt again. So, I can't use ctrl+D or try to write the login.
I decided to use an Ubuntu LiveCD (Jaunty) that I kept saved.
Started Ubuntu, installed the package lvm2. This is because Fedora is installed in a lvm partition.
Samba OS X to Linux Samba file share error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 11, 2005
I have setup a linux server with samba in order to share the two hard drives to the user "ttoomey" for both of my 2 other machines.
One machine running WINXP/Ubunutu dual boot and one running OS X (a dual processing G5)
I have been able to mount the network drives in windows and share with no problems whatsoever. Same goes for the Linux setup on the same computer, but on the OS X G5 I get an error when trying to drag and drop files onto the mounted network drives.
The drives mount just fine and I have it setup to mount at startup. The user/pass combination works and I can even drag 1 file at a time to these network drives on the linux machine, but after dragging that one file (which will show up and go through just fine) I get the error from OS X saying
"The operation could not be completed because you do not have sufficient priviledges for some of the items."
Now if I drag a folder, it will create the folder and then give that message, and if I drag
Stubs32.h file missing error during compilation on Windows using Colinux + FC4
- date: March 21, 2007
I am trying to compile simple C Program using GCC via Virtual PC Colinux + Fedora core 4 on Windows XP.
I am getting following error :
abc]# gcc32 sample.c
In file included from /usr/include/features.h:337,
/usr/include/gnu/stubs.h:7:27: gnu/stubs-32.h: No such file or directory
Please help as to what package i need to install.
Bumblebee Cannot access secondary GPU error: Could not load GPU driver
- date: November 29, 2013
I am trying to get Bumblebee to run correcting on my ThinkPad T440s with a NVIDIA GeForce GT 730M. When I try to run applications I receive the following error:
:~$ optirun google-chrome
[ 9781.716274] [ERROR]Cannot access secondary GPU - error: Could not load GPU driver
[ 9781.716357] [ERROR]Aborting because fallback start is disabled.
A more verbose output gives:
:~$ optirun -vvv google-chrome
[10042.718213] [DEBUG]Reading file: /etc/bumblebee/bumblebee.conf
[10042.718919] [INFO]Configured driver: nvidia
[10042.719218] [DEBUG]optirun version 3.2.1 starting...
[10042.719287] [DEBUG]Active configuration:
[10042.719367] [DEBUG] bumblebeed config file: /etc/bumblebee/bumblebee.conf
[10042.719433] [DEBUG] X display: :8
[10042.719508] [DEBUG] LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib/nvidia-304-updates:/usr/lib32/nvidia-304-updates
[10042.719585] [DEBUG] Socket path: /var/run/bumblebee.socket
Cannot remove symbolic directory links in RHEL3 WS
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 21, 2007
Title: Trouble removing symbolic links to directories in RHEL3 WS
O/S: RHEL 3WS
up2date version: 4.4.69-20
I have searched this topic on LinuxQuestions.org and have found a lot of good information but not really relating to my problem. I use symbol links within my development web server to provide access to directories that are reused in different projects, mostly for convenience for developers using html text editors and Dreamweaver. This also fixes a problem on Windows clients using Dreamweaver when a new site is defined as a subfolder inside another defined site, and Dreamweaver complains about it.
First, I have no problems with creating and deleting symbolic links to individual files.
shred entire device or partition , remove file system first?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 26, 2008
If shredding an entire device or partition does the file system being used make a difference. Doesn't shred overwrite data in place?
If the file system does make a difference (on entire devices or partitions) what file system is best to use if none at all?
Cannot remove files
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 12, 2008
When i login as normal user in server,i cannot delete any file. Even i already chmod 777 to specific file.
Why user cannot remove file? Root(administrator) can do anything.
login as root
chmod 777 testing.txt (root exec)
login as user: user
rm testing.txt (fail because permission denied)
Situation try to solve(fail too)
i try add user as same group with root. example : root group is under root.
User join into root group.
Try delete/remove the file under chown into root group. Because same group is allow delete/remove file.
chgrp root testing.txt
login as user: user
rm testing.txt (fail because permission denied)
Really hope anyone to help solve this problem.THANKS FOR HELP
Cannot remove kcore
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 8, 2006
I'm using Mandrake 10.1. Something created /proc/kcore. It is ro and I can't remove it even after I chmod 777 kcore. It's pretty big, how do I get rid of it?
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