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I found that aptitude has a search feature. aptitude search firefox Linux Mint and many other distros come with aptitude preinstalled. But if you don't already have it use the following command. sudo apt-get install aptitude
You are following the instructions to bootstrap an archlinux image from an existing linux environment. After downloading the bootstrap image: curl -O http://mirrors.kernel.org/archlinux/iso/2015.10.01/archlinux-bootstrap-2015.10.01-x86_64.tar.gz and extracting it: tar xzvf archlinux-bootstrap-2015.10.01-x86_64.tar.gz you have to edit the mirror list: ...
The answer from 夏期劇場 works, but it has few extra steps that aren't strictly necessary. The following configuration worked for me compiling Solr. Download and extract ant into /opt/ant $ sudo -i # cd /opt # wget http://apache.parentingamerica.com//ant/binaries/apache-ant-1.9.6-bin.tar.bz2 # tar xjf apache-ant-1.9.6-bin.tar.bz2 # mv apache-ant-1.9.6 ant ...
I have been searching solutions for this problem until your quertion inspire me.By simply adding deb http://old.kali.org/kali moto main non-free contrib to /etc/apt/sources.list and apt-get update then apt-cache search linux-headers Now we find the kernel headers file of the old version! However a new problem arise.As my kali runs a gcc-4.9 ...
I found answers.(Thanks to Forum member and g+community) This problem because of cURL ,curl is using ipv6 for connection to your repositories so you need to configure curl to use ipv4. we need to edit systl.conf file. sudo vim /etc/sysctl.conf add following lines :- net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1 net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6 = 1 ...
That does not prevent you from using ubuntu packages, either manually or with judicious uses from repos. I have been using some Ubuntu packages in Debian with varying degrees of success. At worst you can test install them manually.
A 2.2 Apache module in an Apache 2.4 installation wont work. I recommend you follow the instructions from here. http://tecadmin.net/installing-mod_pagespeed-module-apache/
It was removed from testing back in 2014 - https://www.reddit.com/r/lisp/comments/2ery81/clisp_removed_from_debian_testing/ It looks like it's currently in sid - https://packages.debian.org/unstable/lisp/
Keep in mind that Kali is based on Debian, not Ubuntu. Adding adding these repositories is a good way to muck up your system and make it not update properly. Open Mint's tool called "Software Sources". Go to the Additional Repositories tab and remove the Kali repos. Then go in and remove all software you tried to install from kali. You may have to go in and ...
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