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First of all, it's not "Open Build Studio", it's "Open Build Service". OBS is a system to go from source-and-packaging-metadata for any distribution to repositories with prebuilt packages for (various versions of) those distributions. It allows packagers to upload the source, and be certain that the uploaded source gets compiled in a clean and somewhat ...


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Add /home/user/opt/bin/ to your PATH variable. e.g.: PATH="$PATH:/home/user/opt/bin/"


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run in terminal kbuildsycoca4 --noincremental then start krita


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Gerrit Pape, who maintains both xyr own runit and Bernstein's daemontools packages for Debian, is one of the few developers that took the idea of "init-system neutrality" (that was much bandied about after the Debian systemd hoo-hah) really to heart and has tried hard to support running these under van Smoorenburg init, upstart, and systemd. The ...


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From http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/69223/how-to-replace-mac-os-x-utilities-with-gnu-core-utilities Brew install coreutils your commands will be accessible with g préfix so call gsplit


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Wing IDE has a configuration dialog box where you can set the path to your preferred python interpreter, over-riding the default. To do so, select the Custom radio-button for Python Executable in the Project Properties dialog box and then either entering a path or clicking on the Browse button. The Project Properties dialog is apparently accessible from ...


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python2 and python3 are incompatible with each other, and a lot of the software only work with python2. So, apt-get does not overwrite python2 when you install python3. You should call Python3 with python3 command and use #!/usr/bin/python3 as the shebang in your scripts.


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You may have to run python3 instead of python, python2 is still installed on your system.


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The basic error is this (emphasis mine): dpkg: error processing archive /var/cache/apt/archives/nginx_1.10.0-1~jessie_i386.deb (--unpack): trying to overwrite '/etc/default/nginx', which is also in package nginx-common 1.6.2-5+deb8u1 This means that the new package you are installing is trying to overwrite a file provided by another package (your ...


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A "random deb" has two differences. There's a natural way to uninstall it, which you know exists. (I think standard autoconf projects provide make uninstall, but it's far from universal). The names the package uses may conflict with other packages. If filenames conflict, you'll get a warning at install time, so that's a nice improvement. But if package ...


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The Debian Social Contract section 4 says Our priorities are our users and free software We will be guided by the needs of our users and the free software community. We will place their interests first in our priorities. We will support the needs of our users for operation in many different kinds of computing environments. We will not object to ...


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MEGA is now offering a megasync package for ArchLinux. You can download it from: https://mega.nz/#sync. It will also configure their official repo, so that updates will work and you can install nautilus extension.


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The HHVM repository you're using only provides binaries for amd64 and i386, not mipsel.


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Where is software-center? Software center does not exist in Kali Linux any longer, as it has been replaced by the Synaptic package manager. It is an extremely bad idea to add repositories to your sources.list file, so instead you must use Synaptic. Synaptic To get Synaptic, simply type sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo ...


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software-center is available in Ubuntu, not in Kali. You shoud use Synaptic in Kali.


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sudo -E -- pacman -S python2 python2-pyasn1 yaourt -S python2-pysnmp The -E on sudo uses the same enironment, which was necessary for me to get through the company's firewall. Omitting it causes a new process to be launched, which did not have network access. D'oh!


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If you installed it via brew on OSX, then you can load the brew sourced script into the script env by sourcing it as it details on the install. I have this in projects to bootstrap them : brew install nvm . $(brew --prefix nvm)/nvm.sh nvm install ...


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libltc is available in Debian 8, but not in Debian 7. The version of the package in Debian 8 has dependencies that can all be satisfied in Debian 7 on armhf, so it may be possible to install that version: wget http://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/libl/libltc/libltc-dev_1.1.4-1_armhf.deb ...


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You need to install the Development Tools set of packages in order to have the make program (and others) available. To install them, open the terminal and type the following command as root: yum group install "Development Tools" Or yum groupinstall "Development Tools"


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I'm not at all familiar with the luarocks installer (from EPEL, I hope), but I suspect that it installed an executable called lapis somewhere in /home/Oman/.luarocks, as the output says. Maybe in /home/Oman/.luarocks/bin? If you want to have it work without the full path, you'll have to add the directory with the executable to your $PATH variable in your ...


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httr imports the openssl package which needs as system requirement libssl-dev (sudo apt install libssl-dev) ------------------------- ANTICONF ERROR --------------------------- Configuration failed because openssl was not found. Try installing: * deb: libssl-dev (Debian, Ubuntu, etc) ... The curl package needs as system requirement libcurl4-openssl-dev: ...


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As a general rule, you don't just change the permissions of system directories! That's what root access is for. Put the permissions back the way you found them and next time run sudo R and install.packages from the resulting, root R shell. Now, the reason you can't install is right there in the output you show: ERROR: dependencies ‘httr’, ‘git2r’ are not ...


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Google Chrome is no longer supported on 32-bit Linux or any architecture of Ubuntu 12.04/Debian 7. You can install it, but it is not a good idea. It gets no security updates, and is currently vulnerable to many security bugs. You also don't get any new features. There are a few things you can do, though. If you really want to use Google Chrome, it may ...


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Google discontinued 32-bit builds. Given that Chrome is closed-source, there can't be any unofficial builds. However, Chromium, the core of Google Chrome, is open-source and will keep supporting i386 (as per link above). It's available in Xenial under the name of "chromium-browser".


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Install Google Chrome 48.0.2564.116 on Linux Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus (LTS) Open a new Terminal window and type in the following commands: Download For Ubuntu 32 bit: wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb Install: sudo dpkg -i --force-depends google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb In addition, if you find ...


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You are mixing CentOS 6 packages (.el6) with CentOS 7 packages (.el7), which is invalid. They differ a lot. You installed mysql56-community-release-el7.* instead of mysql56-community-release-el6*, where from you get that. Remove this wrong package source: yum remove "mysql56-community-release-el7.*" Install the correct one (as you installed the above ...


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In FreeBSD, you have to explicitly allow services outside the core system to start. In your /etc/rc.conf add the following line: avahi_daemon_enable="YES" (You might also need avahi_dnsconfd_enable="YES".)


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You have two problems. The first one is you're trying to install mariadb RPM's that conflict with what's in CentOS/RHEL base packages. The second one is you're using the rpm command. For the first problem, since you're not on the internet with this machine, then it's not a problem. But if you do manage to have the machine on the internet, then you may have ...


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As far as I can tell nix has no log. I'm guessing the reason for excluding this feature of every-other-package-manager-ever is that nixos is declarative rather than imperative, so the process it went through to get your system from one state to another should be irrelevant. Which brings us to what I suspect you really want to know: How can I compare the ...


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The filesystem in /Volumes that you mention is the installation virtual disk (dmg). Hence why it is read only. Umount/Eject it and it will be gone. You can do it via the graphical interface or via: sudo diskutil umount '/Volumes/Grammarian PRO2 X' Be also careful what you do with the /Volumes directory, because it is the root of all your mounted ...


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If it were just GCC, you could just build it from source. Keep that in mind should you ever lose your discs or need a version you don't currently have.


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Through trial and error, I learned that by right clicking on the DVD icon on my desktop > Selecting "COPY DISC" > Select the option to ISO. Once I have created the ISO I can then go to YaST > Software Management > Configuration > Repositories > Add the ISO to the repository list to search the catalog of program files to be installed.


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You have downloaded the debian package : "can-linux_x64.deb" from the official Comodo website, when trying to install the package you have downloaded dpkg is telling you that it can't install it as it miss some dependencies, you will need to install them in order to be able to install Comodo AV. sudo apt-get install /root/Downloads/can-linux_x64.deb This ...


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Well, if it says "Permission denied" it seems that you are trying to start collectd with a user who have no write permission on /var/log/collectd.log.



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