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How to install LibreOffice on Scientific Linux 6.1?

How can I install (from a repository?*) a fresh but still stable version of LibreOffice under Scientific Linux 6.1 64bit? * = this means I need updates too, so if there will be a newer stable version ...
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Correct way to find this (shellshock patch) package?

I was out to patch some squeeze servers for the shellshock bug. A few googles later I found that I could updated my apt sources list. This did however not work for some reason. I tried to search for ...
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Cross-compiling Slackware: is the build order listed anywhere?

I'm building a Slackware system from source and hitting a dependency wall here. (Before you ask: no, I'm not trying to "make it faster"; I'm building against a different C library.) Getting a ...
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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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[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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can't open netbeans IDE in Fedora 17

my linux version is: Fedora 17 I installed Netbeans IDE 7.1.2 and it was working fine, but now, when I try to open it, nothing happens after double clicking on it. I think updating the kernel may be ...
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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 ...
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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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Figuring out installed packages on Ubuntu from filesystem backup

I have a full filesystem backup from my Ubuntu box, and my OS disk crashed. Is there a way to list all installed packages (like dpkg -l does but) from the backup? The logfiles are not an option as ...
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Getting the error invalid option '--asroot' on packages

When trying to install the package kodi-standalone-service however after I get prompted for editing the PKGBUILD then I get this error. makepkg: invalid option '--asroot' Unable to read PKGBUILD I ...
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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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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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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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How to work with libtool?

I try to install MapServer and have a problem with last command in tutorial: libtool: install: /usr/bin/install -c .libs/mapserv /usr/local/bin/mapserv Terminal says that cannot find command ...
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Kdenlive complaining about a module missing that is already installed

I'm importing my mini-dv tapes to my computer system, and I installed Kdenlive, and wanted to try it for the task. But it's complaining about a missing module that is already installed. Is this ...
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reinstall removed core packages

I have accidentally deleted some Linux Mint Cinnamon default packages. (I have run `remove evolution-*' to remove Evolution related packages, but it includes some core packages). So now I don't have ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Can't install PostgreSQL 9.2 on Linux Mint

I'm new with Linux systems. I tried to install PostgreSQL 9.2. I did the following: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -y install python-software-properties sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pitti/postgresql ...
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How can I build fdupes from source on Ubuntu?

I would like to make a few changes to the fdupes code. I know I can grab the source code from the website - but is there a better way on Ubuntu / Debian? After getting the source this way where is ...
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Keeping track of the latest releases

How do people keep a track of the latest softwares being released? Let me say a distro group like slackware. A distro has ~25K+ packages and about a score of people involved. I hardly think these ...
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What are the pros and cons of ia32-libs?

On my working install of Linux (Mint 17), I've been trying to avoid installing the ia32-libs package. When I've used it in the past, I recall a number of issues arising, most prominently significantly ...
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How do I uninstall gnome-extra?

I come from an Ubuntu background. So I ran the following command: "sudo pacman -S gnome gnome-extra --needed" and I get this output: :: There are 40 members in group gnome: :: Repository extra 1) ...
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Make debian package to install python

I have two Python scripts, and I need to package them into a Debian package. I have tried quite a few things with some success. For example, I made a setup.py and then used python-stdeb to create a ...
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How can I effectively purge a manually installed package?

I installed SBCL 1.2.3 on Ubuntu 12.04 by downloading sbcl-1.2.3-x86-64-linux-binary.tar.bz2, and running sudo bash install.sh However, I was curious about how I would be able to uninstall it? It ...
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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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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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Running Debian jessie, missing some packages

I want to install gajim and virtualbox-fuse in Debian jessie but the repository isn't offering me these. Whats the correct approach on this? Backports, wheezy or repositories from oracle/gajim? ...
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Installation Error Message Re: Samba4

Whenever I install software or get a software update, I'm always getting a Samba4 error. Here's a capture: Errors were encountered while processing: samba4 Error in function: Setting up ...
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Missing icons in Nautilus

I've installed Fedora 18 (x64) minimum and I installed Enlightenment with Nautilus. But I see that there are icons missing in Nautilus, I have selected the gnome icon theme so I must be missing some ...
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How to Update only important Security Packages in redhat 5.6

One of our client has Redhat 5.6 and he is asking to update only the important packages. But question is how do we know which are the important packages. Note:: It will be a partial Update not ...
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Extract files from FreeBSD ISOs - how to know locations?

How can I extract some of the folders of a stock FreeBSD install from the ISO without actually installing FreeBSD? I am trying to build a number of cross-compilers for various major versions of ...
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Interdependent conflicting packages in CentOS 6.5

I've been using CentOS 6.5 as my OS for quite a while. Usually I don't have many problems with Linux installations, but as they new CentOS 6.6 was released I found myself in a bit of a problem. There ...
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How to set up Dart path? (UPDATED Still need help)

I am trying to install http://stagehand.pub I change my Terminal path to :/Users/king/Desktop/dart/dart-sdk I check to see if my PATH is change and run echo $PATH in terminal and I get green:~ ...
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FreeBSD - delete a partially installed gnome2?

I've been trying to compile x11/gnome2 under FreeBSD 10.0-REL, but have been running into all sorts of issues. Eventually I found things indicating that gnome2 is no longer really supported, and 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 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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Cross-compile any aptitude package?

I have an ARM Chromebook. There is a project called Crouton that is able to install Ubuntu to the internal harddrive pretty easily (I've done it). But most packages in the repositories are of course ...
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LTSP - Automatic build package selection

After recently instaling and setting up an LTSP environment, to learn more about it, using a few older spare PC's I have, I noticed that there are packages missing on the clients. In specific ...
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Do you feel strongly about using package managers vs. installing manually? [closed]

Up until recently, I tried to stay away from installing stuff manually from tars on my Fedora 16 but the experience I had with Tomcat 7 out of the yum repo changed that. The app was littered with ...
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What would be the RHEL package corresponding to build-essential in Ubuntu?

I know how to list available packages from the repos and so on, but how can I find a list that matches up equivalent meta-packages, such as the build-essential. Is there such a thing and if not what ...
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How to minimize the unnecessary files installed by package dependencies?

I'm trying to install packages with having as little files from their dependencies as possible, since system size is important to me. For example, when wanting to install a package, I could install ...
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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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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 ...