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Nov
22
revised tomcat: symbolic link in a loop
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Nov
22
asked tomcat: symbolic link in a loop
Oct
26
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
5
revised Missing separate debuginfo for - GDB
added after the post of SailorCire
Sep
26
comment Missing separate debuginfo for - GDB
@perilbrain so, what am I supposed to do now? Elaborate please.
Sep
26
asked Missing separate debuginfo for - GDB
Sep
13
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
31
comment WARNING: modpost: Found 10 section mismatch(es)
@LaiJiangshan Or merge that answer with this one?
Jul
20
asked libpng warning: Incompatible libpng version in application and library
Jul
11
accepted How to know whether wget has completed download successfully?
Jul
11
accepted error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Jul
11
comment How to know whether wget has completed download successfully?
@FaheemMitha thanks for the link.
Jul
11
comment How to know whether wget has completed download successfully?
I re ran the command and this time it automatically stopped at 99%. I ran $?. It returned 0 - now I can assume that the download is successful?
Jul
10
comment How to know whether wget has completed download successfully?
@UlrichDangel that's a very nice information. thansk. I'll try and see.
Jul
10
accepted Edit the .config file when en/disabling a particular option like CONFIG_CPU_FREQ?
Jul
10
comment Edit the .config file when en/disabling a particular option like CONFIG_CPU_FREQ?
actually, it was my fault. I was looking for exactly for the term: "CONFIG_CPU_FREQ". I realized later on that it is the "prompt" that we have to look for: "CPU Frequency scaling".
Jul
10
comment How to know whether wget has completed download successfully?
Pardon my ignorance, but how to use "$?". :redface: and, ofcourse verifying midsum would help. but I wish to know how to verify the output of wget on its own.
Jul
10
comment error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
@njsg thanks for your explanation. I had previously read it horribly wrong way.
Jul
10
comment error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
@AnsgarEsztermann Thanks, your reply w.r.t that zypper error was helpful. I disabled the google repo and it did start downloading from the suse repo. I suggest that you add that suggestion in your answer so that future readers also get the benefit.
Jul
9
accepted svn checkout shows only one file