I found the answer (for apt-get not in general for samba install) in this thread to apt-get.
The debconf-set-selections command helped me set answer before installation start.
If you want to answer "yes", you can use the following commands:
echo "samba-common samba-common/workgroup string WORKGROUP" | sudo debconf-set-selections
echo "samba-common samba-...
In the comments, you said you use Debian 8.2. Are you aware that as Debian 10 was released in July 2019, Debian 8 transitioned from being the oldstable distribution to oldoldstable?
You should check your /etc/apt/sources.list file and any files in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ directory if it exists. If you are not using release codenames (like jessie for ...
I don’t know where the php7.1-apache image is hosted, so I wasn’t able to check with that; but I suspect that your problem stems from the fact that the majority of Debian-based images ship with no repository indexes, so apt-get install won’t work initially.
One of the first steps when using such a container is to run apt-get update. Once that’s done, apt-...
In the Linux world, the overwhelming majority of drivers is open source and often integrated to the Linux kernel source code once they are of good enough quality, so as long as your kernel version is new enough, you're probably good. If your kernel is older than your hardware model, you can expect problems.
Some devices may have userspace drivers that won'...
Since you have indicated in your comments that you don't want assistance with the actual underlying hardware issue, but only want to know if there is an equivalent to driverscloud, I'll reply answering only that part.
As user GAD3R points out, php-db has been removed due to a bug. The exact reasoning given here:
Migration status for php-db (- to 1.9.2-2): BLOCKED: Rejected/violates migration policy/introduces a regression
Issues preventing migration:
Updating php-db introduces new bugs: #889532
Not built on buildd: arch all binaries uploaded by sathieu, a new ...
Since Synaptic can’t start, skip the part that depends on it (which isn’t obvious), and run the last two commands given in the message:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install -f
The update is the part which will take care of the software indexes.
If you have an invalid index which doesn’t match a repository in your configuration, it won’t be ...
pi@nextcloudpi:~ $ ./installer.sh no-ip.sh 192.168.8.114
You're trying to run installer.sh in the current directory, which is your home directory, or /home/pi by default (the home directory can be also referred to by ~).
In the instructions you're following, the words generic software installer are actually a link to this page, containing two scripts: ...
Usually it's caused by an incomplete source.list (/etc/apt/sources.list).
Check your source.list, especially the following entries (suppose ubuntu14.04):
deb http://cn.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty main restricted universe multiverse
Yes, I've done this before. Took me a few days to get it to work.
NVIDIA.....run -s for silent mode.
I found this option by using the Advanced help feature:
Note: Run it manually and choose all of the defaults to be sure that this is what you want (usually, that will be the case).
Caveat: The machine NOT be running in graphical mode ...
If you still do not have installed the Java development kit on your system:
sudo apt install openjdk-11-jdk
Install Flatpack on your system:
#type your admininstrator password
apt install flatpak
apt install gnome-software-plugin-flatpak
flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
Restart your system
IMO, your order of priority is correct; the Software Manager is a prettier version of Synaptic, more like a Windows store, but without some of the behind-the-scenes features. If possible, you should always stick with the default repos as they're checked by the distro managers, whereas you're putting your trust into an unknown quantity with a PPA.
PPAs give ...
At times I get the easiest way to install skype.
At other time, I get stuck when the the meeting with client is just 5 minutes away.
Below is the easiest way I found:
Run the below commands in the terminal.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
Download Skype with the command below:
Now go to the ...