Ubuntu Linux Library Path
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
How do I determine the Ubuntu Linux Library Path? That is, how does the linker know where to got to grab the object files when linking my program?
How to add .so file to the java.library.path in Linux
location: linuxexchange.com - date: April 26, 2013
I am working with a java application which needs a .dll file in java.library.path in windows. To run same application in Linux I have the respective .so file which should be added to java.library.path in linux machine, I didnt find any easy solution for this so far
I did put the .so in a folder which is already in the class path, but my application still complains there is no required .so file in java.library.path
I'd like to find:
Ways to add .so to java.library.path
How to know if its already added (when added)
Re: Puppy Linux vs Lubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 9, 2013
I tried Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Lubuntu. Guess what? All three operating systems failed to boot with all the same error. Later on, I tried Puppy Linux Slacko and Puppy Linux Precise.
Unlike Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Lubuntu, Puppy Linux just works. I installed Puppy Linux very easily with the Windows-installer in Windows XP. I really like Puppy Linux. It's very fast, user-friendly and the graphical user interface is similar to Windows, which I am used to. But, that's not all. The coolest thing is: when I started Puppy Linux, I didn't have to install any drivers. The sound, high resolution and my network adapter immediately works. That's very impressive, because in Windows XP, I had to install an audio driver, video driver and network adapter-driver. When I boot Puppy Linux completely into RAM (I have one whole GB, so running Puppy Linux in RAM is no problem for me ), I can format my internal harddrive to more formats than Windows XP can. Windows XP supports FAT32 and NTFS. Puppy Linux s
Puppy Linux: AMAZING.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 22, 2006
All I can say is wow. I've been running Puppy on the eMachine below for 2 days now, and it's the most functional desktop environment for low-end PC's I've ever seen.. in fact, I turned off my laptop running Ubuntu hours ago, and I haven't even wanted to use it for a while! It's PERFECT for low end, extremely fast and very easy to install. I recommend you guys give it a shot, the iso is only 70 megs!
Need help with dual booting Puppy Linux alongside Ubuntu 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 2, 2013
Okay, so I have been crawling around the forums for days now trying to find a solution to my problem. It should be noted I am fairly new to linux and will need step by step noob instructions most likely. If you need any more information from me, don't hesitate to ask. I have 2 partitions set on my rather small hdd. 4gb set for Puppy Linux at /dev/sda3 (ext3) and my main partition has Ubuntu installed /dev/sda1 (ext4). I am having trouble dual booting with puppy linux. I have installed Puppy Linux on the partitoin sda3 with a usb boot disk I created with unetbootin. After referring to this article:http://blog.kreatx.com/2011/12/16/du...x-with-ubuntu/ I followed all the steps (although had some issues with vim so i just manually edited the files) and have messed with my grub file in /boot/grub/grub.cfg (mostly changing the lines concerning Puppy Linux, changing the (hdo,msdos1) to match the lines with the msdosX to ubuntu's like the article mentioned to do) Now when I boot up I want to h
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 27, 2010
I can't seem to find out if Puppy Linux uses RPM's or DEB's - does anyone know if it really matters? I had my mom DL puppy linux on her old laptop, and I want her to be able to get openoffice (and other software) from the CLI but I'm stuck on two things.
1. the way puppy linux manages it packages
2. the code to get open office from the CLI
Also, as much as I like Puppy Linux, the site isn't that well organized; does anyone have a link to a good forum, info or discussion board etc for puppy linux?
PS: She is using the Puppeee version for that style laptop
How to switch from Puppy Linux to Ubuntu without burning CD or other medias
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 21, 2009
All in Title. I want to directly switch from Puppy linux to ubuntu. without loosing data and burning CD. Is it possible. Puppy Linux is too difficult to understand.
Windows 7, Ubuntu, and Puppy Linux on the same PC?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 25, 2011
Hello folks! I have an exclusive Windows 7 hard drive, and an exclusive Ubuntu hard drive with version Ubuntu 11.04, and the hard drive will choose which operating system to boot into when I select it.
My question is, can I also install the latest Puppy Linux on the drive that contains Ubuntu 11.04 and it being in the Grub menu for a choice?
Do I have to separate the partitions as such or does Puppy Linux give you the choices that Ubuntu makes when installing and fill remaining space when doing a frugal install?
Will all three operating systems be in the Grub menu?
Puppy Linux hard disk install (replacing Ubuntu 6.10)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 20, 2007
I am trying to install Puppy Linux 2.16 to the hard disk of an old laptop to create a "rapid startup" environment for impromptu notetaking and other light tasks. The ISO disk of the system I have burnt works well as a live CD, but I have hit a problem when trying to install the system to the hard disk. When I log on now, a GRUB text screen gives me a choice of installing to a floppy or the hard disk, but none of the options seems to work. I would like the finished system to boot straight into the operating system with no options and no password. I am a novice with GRUB and the Shell, but would appreciate any advice on getting the setup to as near "instant on" as possible.
I am trying to replace an existing, working, Ubuntu 6.10 installation with the Puppy Linux. Compaq Armada E300 notebook, PIII 500MHz, 384Mb memory, 60 Gb hard drive.
No volume icon no sound in Puppy Linux
location: linux.com - date: February 9, 2011
So Im a noob who with no previous experience managed to get Puppy LInux 5.2 up and running after a full install.
There is no volume icon. Why? I have no sound in the speakers or in the headphones and no master volume. ALSA the sound card reader says it detects four sound cards. Does this program after selecting a sound card give a volume icon control? It hasnt done so. So i downloaded retrovol the program and got the tgz unzipped and the pet file is downloaded too. Neither work. Where do I type $/.configure, $make, $make install to get programs to work on this new OS?
Any ideas on how to get the sound up and running as well as how to get new downloaded programs to work would be great. Puppy Linux 5.2 comes with a program that unzips the tgz files so I can put them in folders in areas of my hard drive. But I dont know how to run the programs.
So two questions: 1) How to get volume control(sound) and how to install/run new programs. (Wine 1.3.9) apparently works after I unzip
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