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It is normally not - used on it's own, but as a dependency of python3. Shared Python runtime library version 3. PVER -doc, binutils Description: Its VER version includes an extensive class library with lots of goodies for network programming, system administration, sounds and graphics. It is normally not - used on it's own, but as a dependency of PVER. Assume working semaphores, don't rely on running kernel for the check.
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It then calls the: The new method calls the: We don't fill the: I'm attempting to install mongodb onb a sid box but it fails to start. Does anyone have any thoughts? If you're using jessie you might get better help from debian-next on irc. Also if english is not your first language you might try to find a debian channel for a language you're more comfortable with. I'm running Wheezy as live usb bc i'm trying to find out if my harddisk that brings up a stuff called expresscache which is supposed to be a ssd is being recognized in debian wheezy.
Do you know how i may find out if this ssd will be recognized just fine? This is a hybrid hd with I think 16 o24gb ssd. Maybe try the AMD support then? Debian has fglrx-driver package in the repositories that is super easy to install. Now that you've run that installer from the AMD website it might be very difficult to remove the files that it has installed.
It's really hard to help people when getting information from them is like pulling teeth. I hope it works. I wish my computer had something like that: I found 2 things about Wheezy. Should I install them from the Intel webpage or try Jessie? Installing something from the Intel website might conflict with files from debian packages. Unfortunately I don't know anything about that GPU. Also not sure about why it's only showing one core. You could try upgrading to Jessie if you can't get it to work in Wheezy, just understand that it's not finished yet so from time to time there will be stuff that break.
If I go for jessie, which is in testing, once it gets stable, should I change too much stuff in my testing OS I mean to recognize that it is a stable version now? If you check the last message on this bug report for example, the changelog mentions that drm and agp subsystem were backported from 3.
Also I'm not sure what you've done to get to this point. Just trying to find a way to test Jessie here. Damiox if you add a deb-src line for sid to your sources list you can easily backport packages from sid. I also added a hwaddress entry to set the mac for the virtual int. Cannot assign requested address. If there's new information or a patch or a new upstream version that fixes the problem, then by all means, please forward this information to the bug.
But it took me a while to figure out how to do that. I had to use macvtap interfaces on eth0. I am getting this error while mounting disks in Debian 7 KDE: An error occurred while accessing ' An unspecified error has occurred.: You can, however, sudo mount it.
You may want to just install kde-standard. I have same package installed before, but without problems, it readily mounted disks after asking for permission. I have not received a single response to any of my emails from anyone on bugs. I thought pinging the issue might help, that's all. It's not like I've written some incoherent bug report like "it doesn't work". I included logs and in one case some quite lengthy analysis and debugging of the problem.
Surely it's natural to hope for a response of some kind after taking the time to prepare a bug report, even if it is just "I'll look at it later" or "won't fix". And after a long time resolving, it exits saying "Killed".
How should I fix? I want to help, but if nobody answers my emails, there's not much I can do. I've just updated my debian box not updated XFCE , but it's updated chrome and the linux-headers etc There are plenty of linux distributions which are also run by people in their spare time, but whose bug trackers don't have this air of death around them. I found this bug and wrote up this bug report before I even finished installing debian because I encountered the bug while installing debian.
I can understand maintainers that prefer to do some work on a package instead of answering every question. I assumed that this meant "spurious bug reports", not an enormous amount of actual valid bug reports.
But how can I, not being the maintainer of the package in question, tell whether a problem is clearly not debian specific? I linked to one that was my bug and one that was someone else's bug that I commented on. Just a mail saying "please look at these poor neglected bugs"? New Bug report received and forwarded. Thu, 20 Feb Thanks for listening to my grumbling, formorer, nkuttler, trewas, tugrik: Maybe I will try mailing -devel in the morning, though it seems sort of spammy to me more so that pinging the bug anyway.
Where can I get npm? Part of node, installed from wheezy-backports but it doesn't contain npm. I can use the date command to return a string for "yesterday" and other dates, but is there a builtin way of returning "1,2,3,4,5,6,7 days ago" ie.
I can't find it on man date, but man date doesn't contain some info I've found about it anyway. I'm grepping a bunch of log files, and want to fnd JUST the last 7 days worth of entries.
I can find one specific day with the dat command, but I don't know how to match a range of dates [easily]. It's a fair enough question, yes? Ideally you should have asked your original question first You are assuming the file to be already sorted in data order. I'm not sure when it is necessary. Photoshop works better for my job. Maybe GIMP works best for yours.
If you can use GIMP that's fine, but it wouldn't be suitable for a professional designer. Does it support intel cards? I'd like to download the last stable version of debian but there is too much iso What's the easiest way to add a new script as a service, to be run as a specific user? I also have some questions that I thought I had preseeded, but they still are asked I have never tried an LVM preseed before though.
I have a raid one though I don't care if I can get it working with that hack lv I'll remove it later in postinst scripts. I eventually saw your line is the same thing. But it seems like you did it right. Maybe there's just some other error that gets in the way I wish they would just do it this way: FYI here's a horrible hack that you may be interested in. This guy wanted to install without overwriting his partition table. So he made a udeb package that partitions, etc.
What is Frame Buffer? Have you checked the BTS? I opened a bug for PPC Xorg a couple of years ago. I moved to pfsense from m0n0wall two days ago, and there is so much new stuff to take into consideration: I connected the macbook in target mode via firewire it acts like an extrernal disk.
So I now understand about IPv4-mapped IPv6 addresses, but is there a way to tell which ipv6 ports also respond on ipv4 addresses? I think it's possible to override on a per-socket basis, but I don't know a way of finding out which sockets that's been done on. And i you want to boot to sda1 you have to chroot into it sda1 and run update-grub. Can you paste them at paste. I still have this problem and I'd really appreciate the help.
I'm launching this process from qtcreator, I tried to set the setuid bit but it is launched by qtcreator as standard user anyway. I can recognize a few lines. The pc is a p4 with 4 gigs of ram, 2ghz p4.