[SOLVED] Accidently installed two versions of swiprolog, need help to fix it
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 27, 2013
Alright, I have this problem where I installed two different versions of swi-prolog.
I manually installed swi-prolog (swipl) version 5.10.4 from a tar-file, which I see now is a stupid thing. (I can't remember why I did this exactly, but that is besides the point.)
Then I wanted to get the newest version of prolog, so I followed these steps:
Grub Rescue Shell, / Partition Deleted
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 22, 2010
Worst Fears Came true today
I formatted the /dev/sda8 where Ubuntu Linux was installed.
Now after booting it is dropping to (GRUB 2 Rescue Shell)
grub rescue >
I tried ls
(hd0), (hdo,1), (hd0, 2)... is coming.
My CD Drive is not working, hence I tried to boot through the USB Installer (unetbootin-windows-442). I configured the BIOS to boot from the USB,
Now I am getting the error "Operating System Not Found". Whats the reason ??.
driver for asus k42f i5 series
location: linux.com - date: March 7, 2015
i need to find out my laptop driver for asus k42f i5 series. and also need to know about the size of after installation size for backtrack 5 r3. please help me out fr this...
Why still need Debian at all?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 4, 2005
This is probably a naive question, but why does Ubuntu still need to be tied to Debian? Is it because its packages are Debian packages? I get an impression as a newbie that Ubuntu packages are somehow reengineered and feel very native and not kludgy. I also get an impression that Debian is increasingly less friendly towards Ubuntu, and that the so called DCCA (or whatever it is) appears to be a thinly veiled attempt to either constrain Ubuntu or capitalize on Ubuntu's success. Unlike Mark, who is a philantropist, I get a sneaking feeling that Ian at Debian is somewhat greedy, and maybe resentful and jealous of Ubuntu's success. Well, if he is, all I can say is he had a lot more time to get it right but did not. That being said, I think I speak for most people that my loyalties lie with Ubuntu because of the end result, rather than Debian just because it happens to be the "base" -- if Ubuntu were to move away from Debian and be its own from-scratch distro, I'd have no qualms.
[SOLVED] The behaviour of single & double quotes in writing & running aliases?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 4, 2015
This isn't a problem, more a how or a why:
I have always written an alias (alias ln="ln -sv") which changes the instruction for a "hard" link into one for a "soft". This worked fine until I needed a hard link, so, as part of the alias, I decided to give myself a reminder of what I was doing. After a bit of a struggle, I ended up with this (which I stuffed into my .bash_aliases file):
alias ln="echo -e 'Symbolic (soft) Link (use \033[1;36mhln\033[0m for Hard Link)\nuse \033[1;36m-f\033[0m for force'; ln -sv "
and it works:
Symbolic (soft) Link (use hln for Hard Link )
use -f for force
ln: missing file operand
Try 'ln --help' for more information.
(OK, no operand was supplied here, but the stuff we're talking about works fine).
Recently, however, I needed to look at the construction of the alias, ran "alias ln" & got:
alias ln='echo -e '\''Symbolic (soft) Link (use \033[1;36mhln\033[0m for Hard Link)\nuse \0
Installed openjre from alienbob, java command not found
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 31, 2015
I have slackpkg+ and have alienbob's repo added (was added by default) and I installed openjre. I tried running a minecraft server which uses the java command....java command not found. Okay fine, I installed openjdk package and now the java command works but only as root...why is this?
Can I use TCP dump to just get the host/domain/ip and port of a packet so it can be easily parsed by PHP?
- date: January 1, 1970
I am trying to collect hostname/ip and port from tcp dump.
I get kinda close using :
-s 0 -A -q 'tcp[((tcp[12:1] & 0xf0) >> 2):4] = 0x47455420'
but it contains way too much garbage and I dont see a logical way to parse it:
18:04:26.935060 IP 184.108.40.206.60495 > 220.127.116.11.80: tcp 664
.......UGET /embed/QobxnFYhMos HTTP/1.1
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 4.3; en-us; SPH-L710 Build/JSS15J) AppleWebKit/534.30 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/534.30
Accept-Charset: utf-8, iso-8859-1, utf-16, *;q=0.7
Cookie: VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE=lFsDZ5g6OfM; YSC=Ofbb0cz2kXU; PREF=fms1=10000&fm
Trying to find startunity file
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 6, 2015
I'm trying to get Linux Mint to run on crouton, which is kind of difficult. I was using this guide http://jeanlouisnguyen.blogspot.com/...ary-os-on.html , and modified it to work with linux mint. Essentially, it uses a copy of startxfce4 in /usr/bin on the chroot to start elementary (mint). I can get mint to work -- if I install the ubuntu-desktop meta package. I'm looking for the file that xinit targets in unity (maybe xinitrc) that's similar that the chroot can look for to start cinnamon.
startxfce4 is in /usr/bin
startunity is in /usr/local/bin, but when I copy it and tell the chroot to look at it, the chroot doesn't recognize it.
Any and all help is appreciated. I understand this a complicated question, so I realize I may have not included enough pertinent information. Thanks!
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