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Where to install mininet [duplicate]

I read some posts and parts of FHS to understand which directory I should install packages in. As far as I could understand /opt is for independent packages and /usr/local is for packages that are not ...
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Google App Engine alternative for CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu?

I have written WebRTC Apps which is Python and Google App Engine. Google App Engine is not freely available to use for production release, so I am looking alternative of it for CentOS, Fedora. Can ...
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How can I put some comment in yum installation list?

Lets say I made a List of installed packages by: rpm -qa > list I want to use this list to re-install those Packages on another System, For Example By: yum -y install $(cat list) But I need ...
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Why is NetworkManager package name upper case?

All other software packages are lower case, so why NetworkManager upper case?
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How can I configure iptables for per application setup?

I am working on a project where we are building lots of micro-services. Each service is neatly packaged as an RPM. Ideally I'd like for us to have iptables enabled on all of our machines and it would ...
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Where did nvidia-driver go?

As far as I'm aware, all nvidia driver installation instructions in Debian Jessie are the same as the Debian Wheezy's and involve the instalation of nvidia-kernel-dkms and nvidia-driver packages. The ...
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Submit an updated manpage

I found missing information in the manpage for scp when using IP6: there is no hint that you have to use slash masked brackets around the IP when using scp -6: scp -6 ...
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Build a package for Debian

I'm try to build a Debian package, using this commands : debian/rules clean dpkg-source -b . debian/rules build debian/rules binary I've got this file : myprog_1.1.0.orig.tar.gz myprog_1.1.0-1.dsc ...
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Ignore files when building debian package

When I build myproject with the command: dpkg-deb -z8 -Zgzip --build myproject It packs all files inside the package. Is there a way to ignore some folders from being packed inside the deb-file? ...
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ssmtp package missing in debian jessie - alternatives?

I'm missing the ssmtp package in debian jessie alpha 1 (extremely simple MTA to get mail off the system to a mail hub). It's available in wheezy and sid. Has this package been discontinued? What are ...
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Installing RHEL6.5 by swapping RPMs

BACKGROUND So I've been tasked with updating a system from RHEL6.0 to RHEL6.5 via a bootable USB. Due to size limitation, I've stripped (using the rpm -e command to prevent dependency errors) ...
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Aptitude - Remove all Packages in X11 catagory, except for dependencies of a specific package

I would like to remove most of the packages in the X11 category from my system, however some of those packages are depended on by the 'beaglebone' package. How could I ask aptitude to remove ...
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Downloading Debian packages (for a Crunchbang install) on a Ubuntu computer

I'm trying to get the ethernet drivers on a Lenovo T440s to work, more specifically I'm trying to get the intel e1000e ethernet installed. To do that I need the build-essential package first, but that ...
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Cannot install libevent on CentOS 6.5

I'm on CentOS 6.5. Specifically, I'm running this AMI: Adobe Media Server 5 Extended. I followed these steps: $ sudo yum groupinstall "Development Tools" $ sudo yum install glib2-devel fuse-devel ...
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How to automatically accept epel gpg key

The very first time that I install a package from epel, I am prompted if I want to import a GPG key. Notice how there are 2 'Is this ok' prompts when installing redis? [root@us-devops-build02 ...
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Error while installing wireless-bcm43142-dkms-6.20.55.19: dependency linux-headers is not satisfiable

I have to install a .deb file with the firmware for the wifi card (This is the name of the file: wireless-bcm43142-dkms-6.20.55.19_amd64.deb; I've downloaded the file from here: ...
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“NOT AUTHENTICATED” warning trying to install rdesktop on almost-fresh Mint 16 install

Linux Mint 16 (Ubuntu-based) 32-bit running on a netbook. Installed Wine and Skype, and all updates. Went to install rdesktop (typed rdesktop in the gnome menu search, chose 'install rdesktop'), and I ...
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Problem uninstalling cgminer in xubuntu

I have installed cgminer-3.7.2 from sources. I later wanted to remove the package and followed the instructions provided in install guide. But i am still able to run the program when i type in ...
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What is Binary package? How to build them?

I want to get detail about binary package and run them on linux. I am running Debian base (Ubuntu/Linux mint) Linux os. How to build binary package from source? And can I directly download binary ...
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How can I add a package to the default installation of Ubuntu?

I want to add the xclip package as default package in Ubuntu. When I install Linux then xclip package should also be installed with it. How can I do it?
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Kali tools on Ubuntu [closed]

Okay, So I am new to UBUNTU, and have little experience with Kali and Backtrack! so I wanted to install ALL the Kali Linux tools in UBUNTU, not one by one, or just transform the Kali Linux into Ubuntu ...
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How to install oald8 in linuxmint 16?

Hello I tried to install oald8 in linux mint 16 petra 64 bits using the following command ~/Desktop/Oxford/linux $ linux32 sh ./setup.sh. during the installation I got these error massages at the ...
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Install “ia32-libs” package on Windows to use in Linux

I have recently installed a GCC ARM Embedded toolchain for Linux (to run on a 64-bit machine). However, the pre-built version of Linaro GCC runs on 32 bit machines. The solution is simple: apt-get ...
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[solved]Package manager in FreeBSD 10

I was trying to install a package using pkg add, but I got the reply that package manager not installed To install that I used: tar -C /tmp -zvxf pkg-1.2.1_1.txz and then: ...
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Unmet dependencies error on Debian [closed]

I'm on Debian wheezy, i want to install chkrootkit sudo apt-get install chkrootkit i get this error : Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... ...
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How can I tell whether a package is installed via yum in a bash script?

I am trying to write a script that installs packages, but if it fails at any point later in the script rolls back whatever it installed. Of course if the user has already previously installed a ...
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Best conventions for icons in Debian/Ubuntu

I've been looking for a while for the best conventions for icons, but I just find lots of inconsistent web pages. Maybe the conventions have changed and they need updating, or maybe I just haven't ...
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apt-get install fails with error “Unable to locate package”

Background Hi there. I'm relatively new to linux so you'll have to excuse my noobie question. I'm trying to follow the instructions found here: http://repo.pouf.org/ to install kamailio on my ...
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Calendar software for Linux [closed]

I'm wondering and searching a calendar for Linux (Centos). Here calendar means to save important notes and points by date and time in all days,for this purpose I'm asking this question. Is there any ...
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Why do some Debian packages have a “+deb7u2” suffix?

I figured the "7u2" part stood for "Debian 7.2" (aka "wheezy"). But I'm wondering if anybody knows the official answer as to why some packages have it and others do not. Example: ...
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debian: remove all packages installed on a specific day

I have to remove all packages installed on a specific day. My solution is to look up the file /var/log/dpkg.log, find out the entry with the right date, extract the names of the packages and remove ...
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How to automatically generate .desktop file?

There's a .deb software that doesn't have a .desktop file, I created that file. I want to create another package for that software, when the user installs it, I want the .desktop file to be generated ...
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Update a Red Hat repo with no packages

I'm attempting to install a handful of packages on my RHEL 5.10 (Tikanga) server, however I'm prevented from doing this because of an installed repo with zero packages. When I do yum repolist, it ...
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What this page means for the Debian's package version

I am trying to figure out what these web page means for the version. I know that the epoch is the number previous the double dot. But I can't figure out what this all means ? I found this here
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Can I rely on binary packages (pkg) in FreeBSD

Since last October binary packages have been available for FreeBSD (http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-pkg/2013-October/000107.html). Before that, they had some trouble, preventing binary ...
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Verifying Debian/Ubuntu packages integrity when booting from a read-only DVD?

Is there an easy way to boot a Debian-based Linux system from a read-only medium (say a Live Linux read-only DVD) and then use Debian's .deb checksums / signatures (?) to verify that the files ...
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Find and install Mint's default packages into new Ubuntu install

So I use Mint a lot, but wish to switch to Ubuntu due to trivial updating Ubuntu offers. Problem with Ubuntu is that a lot of neat packages (Such as right click commands for open in terminal etc) ...
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Is there a place where we can have an exhaustive list of debian's package?

Do you know if there is a place where we can have an exhaustive list of debian's package ?
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How to search for Debian packages by tags?

At Debian's Packages page, one can search amongst the software available on Debian. In the package descriptions, they are categorized by tags, described here. For instance, the package [xterm][3] has ...
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Distro with pip and npm as package managers?

Is there an attempt of distro around that for Python and Node code ( and Ruby , Lua ) would use Pip, NPM and rubygems and luarocks respectively ? It could simply work as a passthrough from native ...
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Run FileZilla on Debian

I'm new on Debian GNU/Linux, and I installed FileZilla but I don't know how to run it. When I execute this command: dpkg -l | grep -i "filezilla" I get: ii filezilla-common ...
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FreeNAS 9.2: install FreeBSD packages

I have installed FreeNAS 9.2amd64 (based on the same FreeBSD version) on a VirtualBox VM. I created users and pool/volume for my data. In anticipation of installing ...
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Debian Stable libgl1-nvidia-glx:i386 not found (trying to install Steam)

I just installed Debian and now I am trying to set up Steam. I did the first 2 steps in the 64 bit instructions and also installed ia32-libs. But when I run the following: apt-get install ...
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openbsd: why quirks-1.87 was installed all of a sudden?

I was trying to install mysql on OpenBSD; instead, somehow quirks-1.87 was installed, whereas mysql was claimed to not be found. Why? opti# setenv PKG_PATH ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/`uname ...
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What is the difference between a linux package and a linux module?

when I do dpkg --get-selections or less /proc/modules I see two different list. I don't understand the difference between the elements of each...
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How can the output of ldd be checked to see of they exist on a different system or not? [duplicate]

Running ldd on an executable gives the output displayed below. How can the output be parsed for the library names in the first column and their existence tested on another computer, giving output ...
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Is there a way to “stabilize” past built unstable Gentoo binary packages without rebuilding?

Here's the scenario: build some ~amd64 package versions on your binhost later those same package versions go stable in portage, so no version bumps involved even if packages are listed stable in ...
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How do I remove Ubuntu packages from Linux Mint?

I'm pretty new to using Linux distributions and for some reason I decided to install some Ubuntu packages on my Mint distribution a few months ago. I recently attempted to update the distribution of ...
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What's .deb and .rpm and how is it different from .msi?

What are these file formats and how do they differ from the .msi format in Windows? Also what are the pros and cons of these package management schemes?
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Do applications usually use dynamic linked libraries?

If I want to compile an application which needs packages that are not provided by distribution's package manager and I want to generate a distribution package from it, do users who use this ...