using pandaboard with opencv without ubuntu or any GUI based distribution
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 22, 2013
Hi I am new to embedded linux I want to run opencv application lets say object tracking on pandaboard I dont want to do it with ubuntu desktop cuz of its GUI which takes on resources. I am currently testing my theory by installing ubuntu server which has no GUI on a virtual machine. My question is will I be able to run opencv applications that is processing and displaying a webcam feed on a command line interface of ubuntu server now I know about linux framebuffer but I have no idea how to run it. plz help tell me about dependencies and packages I need to run. First tell what I will need to do for ubuntu server 12.04LTS so that I can practice it on a virtual machine
Sumo simulator gui problem in ubuntu 8.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 1, 2010
I am trying to install SUMO- Simulator for Urban Mobility for past 2 days. I used the script here and it gets installed. The problem is I am not able to build GUI of SUMO- I dont have an executable of guisim after building everything. Kindly help me.
Thanks in advance.
No GUI in Ubuntu 10.10
- date: April 14, 2011
Hi. I am new to Linux. I have installed Ubuntu 10.10. It has gone through all the updates etc and has been running fine. Until today when my PC requested/notified me that an update for NVidia was available. So I updated and that was when the change occurred. On restart I have no GUI, just the command screen like DOS from days of old. The screen flickers, goes the nice purple of the GUI screen, and then goes black.
It asks for login and password which it accepts, then gives me last login etc etc
Welcome to Ubuntu
* Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com
0 packages can be updated
0 packages are security updates
(Sartre is the name of the PC)
and it waits for a response from me.
I hope some one can help on this one. It is probably dead easy for someone who knows what they are doing.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 1, 2005
I tried installing Ubuntu, and everything seemed to be going good, but then it said it couldn't install the GUI, and it wouldn't even bott up when I tried, so I had to go back to Mandrake just to get my comp to recognize itself!
GUI for cuneiform?
location: linux.com - date: August 29, 2009
Did You know how can I add GUI to my Cuneiform?
My PC is with Ubuntu Linux 9.04
Can't Launch GUI from Command Line
location: linux.com - date: February 23, 2010
I'm have much computer experience but am new to Ubuntu.
I typed in sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop and it tells me it's already installed. Good. So it should work. I type sudo/etc/init.d/gdm start and the screen goes blank for 8 seconds three times in a row and then back to the command line. I have also tried gdm start without the path before and it says GDM already running. Aborting!
I have 8.10 and it's a valid disk (no errors).
Can someone help please?
a good simple hex editor w/ gui
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 23, 2005
can anyone suggest a good simple hex editor to use. im not looking for a lot of features, only that it has a (gnome based) gui and will compile wihtout too much trouble. i have only been able to find big complicated ones that wont compile easily, or ones that wont compile period.
please and thanks
(fedora core 4 for what its worth)
[SOLVED] Which is the best for text editor on GUI?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 16, 2011
i am looking for text editor on GUI (not terminal command line, please)
So, which is the best text editor beside gedit?
Installing 13.04, Manual Partitioning, Encryption and LVM?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 13, 2013
I wish to install Ubuntu 13.04 desktop (Xubuntu, more specifically,) using encryption and LVM, with manual partitioning and my own set-up of LVM logical volumes. I have made a few attempts with live discs, but the installers don't seem to allow me to set up my own LVM logical volumes.
I've been able to do this using the alternate installation disc for 12.04. But I don't seem to be able to do this with the graphical installers on 13.04 (or 12.10) discs.
As I understand it, there aren't different, alternate installation discs any more. Can the 13.04 desktop discs be used for alternative installation like the old alternate discs? If so, how? Or is there some other way I'm supposed to manually set up LVM with a 13.04 disc? I haven't been successful in trying to find answers to these questions myself.
I know I could start off with 12.04 and then repeatedly upgrade to 13.04, but I'd rather start with 13.04 (partly to avoid problems with 12.04 on new hardware). And I
No GUI on Ubuntu minimal install, intrepid ibex..
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 5, 2009
have installed the minimal version of Ubuntu Intrepid.. can't seem to get the gui to work.. any thoughts?
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