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Don't worry about these errors: gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-V' and gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qversion' Those are unsuccessful probes but the configure script perseveres after them. Do worry about these: /usr/bin/ld: cannot find crt1.o: No such file or directory /usr/bin/ld: cannot find crti.o: No such file or ...


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Firstly, do not build it as root. Generally you will need root privilege with sudo only at the final step you install it in the system. ./configure make sudo make install According to config.log, you failed to build executables because libc and other libraries are missing on your system. On Debian based systems you can install essential tools and ...


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You can adapt the entries in /etc/apt/sources.list, e.g. from deb http://extra.linuxmint.com qiana main to deb http://extra.linuxmint.com rafaela main Then apt-get update / apt-get dist-upgrade will do the job.


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I believe you can check what has been installed or uninstalled etc via the aptitude logs. You will need to be root or use sudo to view the log files. You can check the logs using this command: sudo cat /var/log/apt/term.log For long log files u can pipe to more like this: sudo cat /var/log/apt/term.log | more Then you can use space bar to page down, ...


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I think you just missed the ifconfig command a bit. It shouldn't be enter it should be ether as in ethernet. Also you are missing the interface. Try something like: sudo ifconfig eth0 hw ether 00:E0:4C:1A:6B:3F Change the eth0 to match whatever interface name you are trying to change.


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For Linux Mint 17 based on Ubuntu you have to use this because it uses upstart as it is the way on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS: echo manual | sudo tee /etc/init/<service_name>.override For Linux Mint Debian Edition, it uses System V init, so you can issue: update-rc.d -f <service_name> remove It will remove completely the init scripts for the ...


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You have to run this command: sudo update-alternatives --config java and select the proper number of java 8 (es. 1). Then the command: java -version should return the java version you wanted


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I'm using Linux Mint 17.1 and followed this guide which was working for me. What I did in a nutshell.. Started the Network Connections1 app: Added a new Wi-Fi network connection: Entered the following credentials: I think that was it. 1 Note: Make sure you open "Network Connections" instead of "Network"


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The file listing of /etc/mtab appears to belong to /etc/alternatives! Is there any way you could have accidentally renamed /etc/alternatives to /etc/mtab? Is /etc/alternatives missing? If so, then the fix is just to rename /etc/mtab back to /etc/alternatives. If not, then you are stuck with the problem of merging the contents of the real /etc/alternatives ...


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You want to create a custom installer that installs a different set of packages. The following information pertains to the Debian installer (known as d-i). Ubuntu is a derivative of Debian and also uses d-i, plus it also supports another installer called Ubiquity, which can be automated in a different way. For more information see this FAQ. I am not ...


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I think you need PXE installation (boot using network) for it. For that you need to setup PXE server on some other system/laptop. Refer my answer for more information about PXE Configuration.


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/etc/mdm/Xsession: 35: /home/jefh/.dnx/dnvm/dnvm.sh [[: not found This is a sign that /home/jefh/.dnx/dnvm/dnvm.sh contains some bash/ksh syntax, but it's being included in a script that is executed under sh. Plain sh doesn't have the [[ … ]] construct. The complaint about an unexpected ( is probably due to an array assignment; sh doesn't have arrays. ...


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One way that works is via the menu configuration.. Mouse right-click on the menu button and click Configure..: Click Open the menu editor: Within the opened editor, go to the application of interest and open Properties where additional information can be added to the Comment box: Now, searching for this comment is possible via the search box: ...


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In fact a simplified form of that command works: catfish --path=%f In Thunar, go to Edit - Configure custom actions, and edit the Search action.


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Just installed LinuxMint 17.2 on a Dell Latitude E5520, and above instructions were found correct for connecting to eduroam (Erasmus University Rotterdam); Make sure you open "Network Connections" instead of "Network"; Also, after adding the "eduroam" Wifi network, on the Wireless networking page a "Preferences" button appears next to the eduroam network.


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After editing the sources.list and doing an apt-get update as mentioned in @klimpergeist's answer, it is a better practice to do a apt-get dist-upgrade --download-only and then, apt-get dist-upgrade


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Reason - most distributions cannot update all packages straight away, as often they need to test each version, and sometimes specific patches need to make it work on the distribution. Also, with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (which Mint 17 is based on), the packages are supposed to be more stable vs being new and up to date. Third party developers sadly don't always ...


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It looks like it is here: ~/.cinnamon/glass.log


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Problem You bought a new computer to replace your old one. You brought it home and followed the quickstart guide, and it's all setup. You then disconnected your ISP's equipment, or at least turned off the power to disconnect your connection. You then plugged everything in exactly the way it was before, and turned on your new shiny PC/Laptop etc. only to ...


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What it follows is just a collection of some references and hints too wide to be written in a comment. Your problem seems to be similar to an old Ubuntu bug. Following the proven philosophy of restart and hope the problem disappear by itself you find one of the workaround proposed (the #3). :-) Note: the workaround #1 was killall gnome-panel the ...


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I had the same problem and checked the "Enable EFI (special OSes only)" extended feature and it started working.


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I think it's name is "Toogle Scale" on the keyboard shortcuts settings



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