PHP Pear Installation /usr/share/pear
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 17, 2009
I have installed the LAMP server with 'sudo tasksel install lamp-server' and installed 'PHP-PEAR' but I have no folder 'usr/share/pear'.
I am trying to follow a tutorial on the zend framework and it expects to see it in this place. Can you help?
I am on Ubuntu 9.10. The actual tutorial I was following was for 9.04. Will this make a difference?
Running a Tizen app?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 13, 2013
How do I test a Tizen native app in the emulator?
When I try to run it in debug it gives a message saying no device found but I have a device created already.
linux market share 7.3%!
location: linux.com - date: October 29, 2009
# Linux Install Base Approximation #
# October 28 2009 #
*16 million fedora installs number from jef spaleta "giving accurate fedora
client counting the 115% effort it deserves"
*H.P.D. from distrowatch for last 6 months
*all the distros from top to gentoo included because gentoo by my guess is the
smallest major distro
*the installs column is the percent of fedoras H.P.D (hits per day) of the
distro's H.P.D times fedoras installs. assuming that the page hits represent
how much more or less popular the bistro is than fedora and that popularity is
representative of the distros install base
*from my experience most linux boxes were sold as windows boxes so im using the
1 billion number from microsoft as the total number of PCs divided by the
the Linux install base to get Linux market shar
UnRAID user share as MythTV recording directory
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 19, 2012
I am curious if anyone uses an UnRAID server user share as their recording directory? I have heard that due to the way UnRAID works with its parity drive, it may cause issues. Meaning the drives might not be able to keep up. Any thoughts on this?
Howto: Fix Windows share browsing issues
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 25, 2009
Howto: Fix Windows share browsing issues
First of all, even though it’s more difficult, manually mounting shares via /etc/fstab gives many advantages including faster speeds, more reliability, and larger file transfer sizes. It is more difficult to get things working properly, but once it’s done you never have to think about it again. So, if you’re willing to put forth a bit of effort for greater rewards than this tutorial will provide, please see the second link in my signature.
Windows share browsing issues are somewhat complex in that even though your symptoms are exactly the same, the causes can be extremely different. In this howto, I will outline the five primary reasons for the problem, and provide fixes for each. Once you're finished, you should be able to browse and connect to Windows shares by clicking on "places" > "connect to server".
That said, most problems are related to hostname resolution across the network. It's important to
How do I download the ubuntu ultimate edition 1.7 ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 9, 2008
I am a novice with a capital N. I used to have UE 1.7 but lost it. A friend set me up again with ubuntu but I would really like to get back to the Red Dragon 1.7
Many thanks for any help, Barnsley.
Samba, Ubuntu 12.04 share with Windows XP, Vista & 8
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 17, 2013
I recently switched my Ubuntu OS from server 10 to desktop 12. Previously when I setup Samba I was able to see Windows from Ubuntu and Ubuntu from Windows. Now it seems that I can only see Windows shared folders from Ubuntu and when I attempt to access Ubuntu folders from Windows I get an error that reads, "\\(SambaServerShare) is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the admin...The network path was not found". I found some help in a previous internet search. From the LinuxQuestions.org site I found an older tutorial. I've got lots to learn and didn't know if there was an updated Samaba tutorial for Ubuntu 12+ and Windows (including 7 & 8), or if someone might know what I've overlooked by my error message. Thanks in advance, -Matt
I recently posted this and realize I should add the tutorial I found that has helped get my this far.
Unfortunately, I'm missing somethin
[SOLVED] just installed ubuntu 10.10 slow download speed
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 13, 2011
i have just installed ubuntu 10.10 and i have noticed that my download speed is quite slow. i have an excellent connection to the internet and i didn't have any speed problems when i used windows vista. (i'm using a friend's windows 7 os right now and everything is fine.) how do i modify the download/bandwidth feature that is naturally a part of the ubuntu package so that it's not a problem anymore? the most i think i saw it download packages and files was 37 kb/s.
basically, the kind of downloads i'm doing are for installing new packages to ubuntu, and that took ages. i even tried to download ubuntu 10.04 from ubuntu.com and it would have taken almost 3 hours to complete!
i looked on this site already for answers and much of what i came across didn't apply or i didn't understand it (so it might have applied but i'm just to clueless right now). if there is a post here about the exact same thing and you know where it is, please direct me to it and i'll look through it.
[SOLVED] mount mac share from Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 29, 2009
I am trying to mount a folder on my mac from Ubuntu so I can run weekly backups of my mac files via an rsync script. I have several windows machines mounted from Ubuntu, but never tried a mac.
Create duel boot XP + Ubuntu and a share area.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 14, 2009
**note - I have just freshly installed XP + Ubuntu on my laptop so I know how to install the duel boot, this isn't a thread about how to install duel boot.<click here to learn how to duel boot>
This is what I want on my Desktop computer
1)Duel boot XP & Unbuntu **I know how to do this but not sure if i need allocated space first or what fat32 or ext3, so i have not installed ubuntu yet
2)"swap drive" thats 30gig (min) in capacity rebootable on both OS's.IE: Take 1 file from Ubuntu place it in that drive/folder reboot and open that file in XP and be able to move it, or vice verca.
3) Be sure on the format before I actually do it... fat32 vs ext3 for the swap drive. Read some limitations about the fat32 <click here to read more> that i did not like(4 gig max transfer) but can windows actually read ext3 with the program I was reading about. Or would it just be safer to go with fat32.
My HDD is as follows:
With just XP on it currentl
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