Linux Ubuntu 11.10 Installation Errors.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 17, 2011
I really want to apologise for using your time especially if a thread regarding my problem has already been posted.
I've tried using both USB installer and unebootin to install Linux Ubuntu 11.10 to my laptop with no success. I've also tried two different usb models. I keep getting error messages whilst trying to do anything. When i try to boot from the usb an error messages reads " Sorry the program "ubiquity" closed unexpecdlty" when i try to install directly to the hardive an error message read "The installer encounted a unrecoverable error, a desktop seesion will now be run so that you may investigate" then it just shows a blank pink screen. Ive tried downloading Ubuntu 11.10 twice on to different windows based laptops directly from ubuntu.com. I wanted ubuntu because it looks and I've been told that it's not that different from windows a operating systems. My laptop is 4 years old, has a 1.8ghz AMD processor, 1gb of ram, 128mb vram and 40gb HDD. I
Linux od command
- date: December 25, 2012
I have created a file 'test.txt' and put '123' in that and saved it. I then used 'od' command on that file.
$ od test.txt
0000000 031061 005063
I am not able to understand how is content in file '123' is mapped to the output shown above by the 'od' command.
Linux Basic Command
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 22, 2012
Dear Linux Master,
I am a new member of this group, and also new Linux learner.
Please kindly give me a suggestion on Linux learning and suggestion on Basic Linux command would be very appreciated.
Thank you in advanced,
Tutorial on linux find command
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 12, 2013
The find command of linux is a great commandline tool to search for files based on various criterias like name, size, permissions etc.
I have written a tutorial on it, which you can check out here
Linux/Unix Command to find RAM size?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 25, 2004
Is there any single command to find out RAM size on the m/c?
[SOLVED] what is the Linux terminal command to enable wireless?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 30, 2012
There is an option in the taskbar in Ubuntu named "Enable Wireless"
How can i enable and disable this option from the terminal ?
I have already tried the commands
ifconfig interface_name up
ifconfig interface_name down
These have no effect whatsoever.
Linux exec command
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 30, 2011
Hi, thought the "exec" command's purpose is to run a command, and have that command assume the PID of the script.
So for example with the following two shell scripts, I thought once test.sh has begun executing loop.sh, loop.sh would have taken over the PID of test.sh.
Why can't linux run windows programs?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2007
Why? I want to know....after all its all text which can be converted to bianry code and used by the machine.....I am intrigued..
Why won't a C program compiles in Linux run on windows?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 24, 2009
I tried compiling a program under linux and running it under windows on the same machine (It's a dual boot setup). Why doesn't it work? Isn't the machine code generated on compiling the same for any operating system?
It was a very simple program of the 'hello world' type...
Creating a Linux Terminal Command From Scratch
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 26, 2010
I am new to the Linux OS and I am very intrigued in learning all aspects of it. Currently I am using the Fedora 13 distro.
I am looking into creating my own terminal command from scratch. I researched online for some information on this subject was only able to view stuff related to OS X. I understand that they are both Unix based, are they both similar in creating these commands?
Basically all I would like is for someone to point me towards the right direction to start or complete this task.
Thanks for your help and support,
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