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You can make the installation on a machine with a GUI and transfer the files. But If you want to run the installer on the GUI-less server, you can do it. You will need to install all the libraries required by the installation program. This does not mean installing a GUI, just whatever libraries are required, some of which might be about GUI elements. Run ...


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This is a general procedure for building with source on Debian-based distros, like Ubuntu and Mint. Get your dependencies: sudo apt-get build-dep emacs24 # or emacs24-lucid or whatever Build: tar xf emacs-whatever.tar.gz cd emacs ./configure --with-whatever # see below make Install with checkinstall. This basically runs make install, but watches ...


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I was able to install it after running these 2 scripts: https://gist.github.com/favadi/18438172892bc4178b27 and https://github.com/favadi/build-emacs/blob/master/build-emacs.sh And then when they failed, I went back to the emacs 24.5 I downloaded as a .tar.gz, extracted it, and did: ./congigure make make install. Those 2 scripts apparently installed the ...


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Use Ubuntu elisp ppa to install latest Emacs snapshot available. After installing you need to run emacs-snapshot instead of emacs. $ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-elisp/ppa $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install emacs-snapshot This will install emacs without any further steps. Good luck.


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You have to create a your_application.desktop file and then copy to /usr/share/applications/. Following is a sample .desktop file, I recently used to create sublime_text.desktop [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Type=Application Name=Sublime Text GenericName=Text Editor Comment=Sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose Exec=/opt/sublime_text/...


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I found the solution: Firstly, I ran: echo -e "deb http://http.kali.org/kali sana main non-free contrib\ndeb http://security.kali.org/kali-security/ sana/updates main contrib non-free" > /etc/apt/sources.list and then apt-get update apt-get update --fix-missing it is right here : Problem installing tor on Kali Linux Thank you !


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The messages show that you have a conflict between a 32-bit package and a 64-bit package. That could have happened as a result of mixing repositories from different places (there's not enough information in the question to clarify this). However, you may be able to remove the 32-bit package without disturbing anything that you actually need. Rather than ...


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Mysql 5.6.21 is not GA release because of that will not available officially on site. you can try out on other source using source or binary or third party repository.if you are going with officially repository you will get GA version of Mysql.


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If the repository has got no rpms for the specific version you need, one could try downloading the specific rpm through any of the numerous repositories readily available on the web and then use the rpm manager to install it as, rpm -ivh packagename.rpm


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The software to use is makeself.sh, distributed by megastep, which is downloaded as makeself.run. Here's a URL to download the package: http://stephanepeter.com/makeself/, where the archive creation options are explained. I used it to patch nvidia driver files and recreate the .run file. It will execute an existing installation program within the archive.


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I solved the problem on Fedora 64 bits by installing the 32 bits sssd-client: dnf install -y sssd-client.i686


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Yes , you may be running the commands from incorrect place. download the source extract it using tar if it is an archive or compressed cd into the extracted directory run your commands there , such ./configure , and make , sudo make install Make sure for make command to work , there must be a Makefile in the directory where you are running the ...


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Adding packages to a live USB and having those applications persist after rebooting is typically achieved by rebuilding the .iso image. Here are specific instructions for achieving USB persistence. https://wiki.sabayon.org/index.php?title=HOWTO:_Bootable_USB_with_persistance This tool appears to be able to create a persistent Sabayon live USB. http://...


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Kusalananda's answer is the better approach generally; but in netatalk's case, upgrading the package to a newer version seems rather complex (at least, in the context of a distribution). Now that you've installed your locally-built version of netatalk, I would recommend the following approach (I'm assuming you extracted netatalk to a directory called ...


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This is why packaging tools like yum, dpkg and rpm exists. I'm not a Rasbian user and I don't know if netatalk is available as a package for the system (checking... it seems to be). If it is available, that would be your first port of call. If it is available, but the version is too old, then I would contact the package maintainer about an update. If it ...


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Hm, I'm too new to comment on Reed's answer. It worked well for me. Only thing I wanted to note (maybe this is something for Reed?) is that I had to install with a slightly different command line: yum --enablerepo=testing-devtools-5 install devtoolset-1.0 (Reed's answer had --enablerepo=testing-devtools-6, which didn't work.)


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libaprutil1 is the package causing issues (and most likely its dependency, libapr1). You need to: remove the testing/security line from your /etc/apt/sources.list; update the package caches: sudo apt-get update remove libaprutil1 and libapr1: sudo aptitude remove libaprutil1 libapr1 (and any package that depends on them) then install apache2: sudo ...


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According to aptitude, an Apache dependency called libaprutil1 is installed in a newer version than what is avaible from the repositories: The following packages have unmet dependencies: libaprutil1-dbd-sqlite3 : Depends: libaprutil1 (= 1.4.1-3) but 1.5.4-1+b1 is installed. libaprutil1-ldap : Depends: libaprutil1 (= 1.4.1-3) but 1.5.4-1+b1 is installed. ...


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Too bad you accepted that rpm answer. That will lead to warnings from subsequent executions of yum, such as Warning: RPMDB altered outside of yum Instead you should use yum localinstall, per section 13 of the Yum and RPM Tricks page of the CentOS wiki => https://wiki.centos.org/TipsAndTricks/YumAndRPM#head-3c061f4a180e5bc90b7f599c4e0aebdb2d5fc7f6 You can ...


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Yes, you can and probably will confuse your system if you mix repos that are more up to date than the rest of your system. This is because of dependencies. Say, for example, you want the latest wizbang shell, so you add that newer repo to your list. But it needs a new version (for example), of libsomething, and none of your repos have that. Or, worse, you ...


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To install skype you need to Enable The Canonical Partners Repository open the terminal and type the following command: sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ $(lsb_release -sc) partner" To perform an installation of i386 package on 64-bit system we need to enable multi-architecture to support both platforms. sudo dpkg --add-...


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Yes, it is available for CentOS 7. You just have to add "Webtatic EL yum repository" information corresponding to your CentOS/RHEL version to yum, like : rpm -Uvh https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm rpm -Uvh https://mirror.webtatic.com/yum/el7/webtatic-release.rpm You can install php now, using : yum install php56w ...


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Stress is not available (yet) in Epel-Repository for RHEL 7. Google will find a RPM you can download from: ftp://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/dag/redhat/el7/en/x86_64/dag/RPMS/stress-1.0.2-1.el7.rf.x86_64.rpm and install with yum localinstall stress-1.0.2-1.el7.rf.x86_64.rpm.


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Ubuntu has a built in installer for many "packages" or software including Skype. Run this code in the terminal to install with automatic detection of your Ubuntu version: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install skype This will ask for your account password similar to how Mac or PC requires permission from an admin account to install software. You can ...


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You should stick to a manual installation using makepkg and understand how the compilation and installation process from the AUR works before using an AUR helper. Anyway, you have to import the PGP signature of the package before you install it. You can install the package without verifying its PGP signature but you shouldn't do it. You can import the PGP ...


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Just a typo in your second command : sudo apt-get -t jessie-backports install jetty9


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It's asking for openssl-libs, not openssl. You need to install the openssl libraries. The package may be called openssl-lib / openssl-libs / openssl-devel or something similar. Try listing all the openssl* packages available to yum, and picking one which indicates it installs the openssl development libraries.


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Instead of using which (which probably isn't the right choice unless you're using csh) you can use command -v fluidplot to get the shell to boune like shell to tell you what it would do if you asked it to run the command (fluidplot in this example). Some examples for me: $ command -v ls alias ls='ls --color=auto' $ command -v cat /bin/cat $ test_func() { &...


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The whereis command locates the binary, source, and manual-page files for a command, and the type command tells what exactly the shell executes when you run a certain command. Try whereis -l fluidplot in your case. If it only returns "fluidplot:", but no path, that means the software is not installed. Note that this does not include files that may be ...


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As a quick and dirty fix was proposed on the archbang forum. You may install the package with: packer -S --skipinteg <package>


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I would advise to use a solid proxying tool for all (or most) of your proxy needs. $ proxychains4 yaourt -S application proxychains-ng works well - but be sure to configure proxychains.conf before using.


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In Linux you don't install things to a particular drive. You just install a package with them and the various files that compose the package ends up in various places across your system. Then as a totally different operation you mount discs at various mountpoints (directories) and they then provide the disc space for that directory. For many years Linux ...


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You're thinking about commercial games, basically. E.g. the entire Debian CD set is 8x 650MB compressed cds. Ubuntu Desktop claims to have a minimum requirement around 5GB although it's almost certainly slightly higher. By comparison Windows is described as requiring 20GB and does not include an Office suite. Personally I find current Linux desktop ...


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gdebi is the appropriate tool for this: sudo gdebi foo_1.0.0.deb will install foo from the given package file, and any necessary dependencies.


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GLIBCXX means : G .. LIBC++ . ( Like CXX = g++ ) "gcc-4.8.x" : GLIBCXX_3.4.18 is an object in libstdc++.so.6 -> libstdc++.so.6.0.18 : Please see $ objdump -x /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6 | grep GLIBCXX_3.4 I don't think we can find a libstdc++.so.6.0.18 that is compiled with glibc-2.12 . Most gcc-4.8 are compiled with a much later glibc. Solution : Build gcc-...


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I managed to find a temporary solution to the problem. Change the location of source servers, etc from the main server to Finland or to Estonia. It resolves the acute problem for a while.


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I guess you run into the problem that Google (and others) simply use more recent build systems which create backwards-incompatible binaries for systems like centos 6. Determine what versions of GLIBCXX are supported on your maschine with e.g.: strings /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6 | grep GLIBC Does GLIBCXX_3.4.18 show up? [1] Read a full explanation on e.g. ...



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