[SOLVED] trouble with php5gd library install
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 9, 2011
I already have php installed on my ubuntu 10.10 machine and the output of php -v is :-
[SOLVED] Trouble with keyboard in Lubuntu 13
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 29, 2014
I am new Linux user (Lubuntu 13.0.4) and I am having a problem with my keyboard. My keyboard is French (Canadian), which is just a QWERTY keyboard adapted to French. In this keyboard some important accents and special characters are typed by pressing Ctrl + Alt + certains keys. In my case these accents and special characters do not show at all. For exemple, the «at» that you need to type an email address is obtained by typing Ctrl + Alt + 2 and it doesn't show at all. If I try to type it when using AbiWord instead of showing this character it changes the size of the text from 12 to 14. More worringly, when I try to use the terminal prompt I am able to enter thre command that I want (ex: sudo apt-get install flashplugin installer), but when I press enter and the prompt asks me to type my passsword I am totally unable to do it because my keyboard ceases to work completely and I am no longer able to type anything.
I have reinstalled Lubuntu to try to correct this p
[SOLVED] Trouble booting with lilo using usbinstaller on slackware6414.0
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 14, 2013
Thanks for your time. This is my first Slackware install.
I've seen similar issues on the forum but havn't find a solution to my
problem. This is day 3. I've tried everything I found on google at
least 3 times.
I can't boot after using the usb-installer. I tried different things, here's what I've done:
1. I'm installing Slackware64-14.0 using the usbboot.img dd'd to a usb stick
2. Installing onto a HP ProLiant MicroServer with a 1500Mhz AMD Turion
II Newo N40L processor, it's got a AMD nee ATI SATA controller with
a 250Gb drive. No DVD/CD or access to external one. USB install is
only option. The internal harddrive is picked up as /dev/sdb and
the install usb as /dev/sda
3. I partitioned a root partition with 10Gb on first primary
partition, id 83 filesystem ext4.
4. I mounted a second USB drive with downloaded source and installed
from a pre-mounted directory, downloaded from mirror ftp.is.co.za
5. Installation went fine up to lilo configuration. Kept
[SOLVED] Trouble mounting a SMB share with CentOS
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 27, 2009
Hello. I'm having some issues mounting a Samba share with CentOS. The server running Samba is Ubuntu 8.04 and that seems to be functioning fine.
I have an IPCop box and the CentOS 5 machine is in the Orange Zone, the box running Samba (my NAS) is in the Green zone. I have opened the DMZ pinholes for rsync and smb there and I know that's working as I can get from another Ubuntu box through to the NAS using the same exact command. I am attempting to use
[SOLVED] Having trouble with EXT4 on LVM on software RAID 5 (corruption)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 25, 2012
Here's the quick and dirty of my problem. I'm using Lubuntu 12.04, Xubuntu 12.04 and plain Ubuntu 12.04. Tried with generic kernels 3.2.0-25 and 3.2.0-26. This issue persists on all 3 variants which are on 3 different computers. I built the raid once and just moved the drives to the other computers for trial testing, recreating the pv/vg/lv each time on the new computer incase there was some issue with a kernel or some weird thing. I've tried using both EXT4 and XFS on a LVM2 logical volume which is on a linux software raid. Configuration to follow. Immediately after doing the mkfs running an fsck/xfs_check fails miserably. I found this out after taking time to initially fill the volume with test data. Going forth I will refer strictly to the EXT4 results as that is my preferred file system. Hopefully someone can shed light onto what's going wrong, or if I'm doing something wrong somewhere, or if there might be a bug somewhere. Eventually this will be the backup copy of my primary NAS
[SOLVED] Trouble shooting boot failure with uefi+lvm on luks
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 1, 2013
Hi all. I have a machine with the following configuration:
/dev/sda1 EFI partition
/dev/sda2 ext2 partition mounting /boot
/dev/sda3 luks partioning containing lv group with separate swap, home and root partitions.
The boot currently fails when elilo starts-it's expecting to find /dev/crypt/root but that's not mounted.
I built an initrd.gz (using output from mkinitrd_command_generator.sh)-it installed to /boot
In the absence of documentation that sets out exactly how elilo expects to handle invoking the initrd.gz I assumed that I needed to ensure that /boot was unencrypted so that the initrd could handle the fully encrypted /dev/sda3.
elilo.conf in /boot/efi/EFI/slackware has the initrd set to /boot/initrd.gz and the kernel set to /boot/vmlinuz-generic-3.10.17
This is probably obvious to those of you who have played around with elilo and encrypted partitions, but having looked at the elili documentation, the rest of the stuff on rodsbooks and the uefi/dmcrypt docs o
[SOLVED] Trouble getting conky to work at startup with arch linux and gnome 3 installed
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 2, 2012
I installed conky today and i can get it to work by simply running this command:
Major trouble with GRUB/Unetbootin [SOLVED]
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2009
Hi guys, forgive me for posting this here - I am an Ubuntu user but this is not an Ubuntu specific query. I'm putting it here because this forum is so active and useful. Plus the Vector Linux forum is down, again
Hello, I hope someone can help me as I need assistance badly!
I tried to install Vector Linux light on my old PC. As the CD drive is broken,
I used unetbootin. Now in the past, unetbootin has bought up a GRUB menu with
my installed distros (Slitaz and Puppy) along with the new choice of the ISO I selected.
Not so this time. The GRUB bootloader came up with only Vector Linux.
To make things worse, VLL will not install. It gives me a message about a
possibly corrupt config file. This despite the fact I verified the files and
used the same ISO file to install on another PC without problems.
I CAN access MC and other programs from the console prompt, though.
So I appear to have lost all access to Slitaz. I tried to do a ROOT, SETUP
instruction with GRUB to
[SOLVED] Compiling trouble with gcc when using the libtool flag
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 25, 2012
For those who are interested: This thread is a follow-up to this one.
I'm on an Alpine Linux 2.3 system and trying to create several binary packages that are not yet available (I want to use LXDE on a clean system without dev-libs installed).
Some packages built just fine but with at least two I'm having problems with libtool. If I just try to build the packages, everything works well in the beginning: configuration and even compiling the source with make. But on make install I'm told that some *.la files were found and that I'd have to enable the 'libtool' flag.
I do so by adding "-libtool" to CFLAGS via export. If I do so after configure, it is obviously ignored since I once again get the message to set the flag during make install. Now if I export it before configure, the later fails:
Trouble with grubpc (grub2) and "savedefault" [solved]
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 27, 2010
Since karmic I'v got an issue with the fonction "savedefault" (remember the last entry booted).
(I also tried with "saved" according to other sources)
but it has no effect.
Is there any other setting I have to change?
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