Hi there everybody. I am very noob on Ubuntu (and Linux at all) and I can not install amsn. I have downloaded this version: amsn_0.95-2_i386.deb. I have written: sudo dpkg -i amsn_0.95-2_i386.deb, but every time I do this, an error msg says: "imlibll is not installed, sox is not installed, docker is not installed" What the heck is this ? And where or how can I install this ? I used to work on Mandrake 10.1 and this .deb thing seems very odd to me. Is there anyone that can help me ? Thanks a lot. Cristiano.biologiaunb
I just installed the latest beta of Drapper Drake on my PowerBook and when I go to log in the login defaults to the console login and I don't know how to get it to go back to the graphical login or to get any graphical interface. I'm a newbie, please help!I tried "sudo /etc/init.d/gdm start" but I get "command not found" ctrl + alt + F7 doesn't do anything either (but F1-F6 get me the other consoles)
i had install real player on my system.. but y there are no sound even tough i played the music ?/i am currently using Sound Blaster Live! 24Bit ..i am confused.. my ubuntu ony "produces" sound for system sound only..10q
i am a newbie to linux n ubuntu. i had install breezy badger on my system. i am currently studying. the problem is that my network in my uni need WINS & Proxy to be configured 1st be4 entering the net.. so, i need help somehow to enter d net...
This article from Linux.com talks about the improved performance that FreeNX offers over VNC and gives info on how to install it on Ubuntu:
If you want to burn DVD's in debian you need to install the "dvd+rw-tools" package.dvd+rw-tools makes it possible to burn DVD images created by dvdauthor or mkisofs to DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, and DVD-RW disks, replacing cdrecord-proDVD in many cases. http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/burningdvd.htm
Currently, I'm compiling Gaim 2.0.0-beta 3, going to test it out, the beta2 were great, but still, gaim lacks some msn messenger -only features, like custom smileys, I use those, that is why it is hard to start using gaim, now I've used amsn (cause it supports Webcam and custom smilies).
Dapper Drake will be awsome, when it is released, I hope that all the bugs are fixed for the final version, Open-Office has some nasty bugs, like now I'm using gnome 2.14.1 with default settings, and Open-Office has bug: I can't view the menu's nor icons. Screenshot here
This is my first blog entry, It's almost time for a summer vacation from the college, So I could format my computer happily from all the windows trash etc. (I have to use windows, cause the homework which require programs like Visual Basic 6/.NET, Photoshop CS2). But now I don't need those anymore, so I saw this as a change, to test the Dapper Drake.
Yesterday I installed the Dapper Drake flight 7, and I'm really happy about all this, XGL is working perfectly with Nvidia GeForce 6600 GT, I didn't even have to mess with the xorg.conf (much), but one thing I noticed, the DRI module is broken? or so I heard
mod@kaizoku:~$ glxinfo | grep direct
direct rendering: No
I tried everything to enable it, but no luck, I had some other problems too, like pressing shift & backspace, that zap's the X, like pressing ctrl+alt+backspace. I noticed some bugs in Konqueror 3.5 too, like the OS selection dropdown box at http://www.opera.com/ doesn't work, didn't really have time to check the sourcecode.
Oracle Database 10g Express Edition (Oracle Database XE) is an entry-level, small-footprint database based on the Oracle Database 10g Release 2 code base that’s free to develop, deploy, and distribute; fast to download; and simple to administer. Oracle Database XE is a great starter database forDevelopers working on PHP, Java, .NET, and Open Source applicationsDBAs who need a free, starter database for training and deploymentIndependent Software Vendors (ISVs) and hardware vendors who want a starter database to distribute free of chargeEducational institutions and students who need a free database for their curriculumhttp://www.debianhelp.co.uk/oracle.htm
I have a really strange problem which I am hoping that someone here can fix. I have a T43 IBM thinkpad that I just loaded Breezy Badger on. The install went fine, and the startup splash screen come up just fine, but when it comes time for the login screen to come up the external monitor goes blank and says it has lost it's connection.The strange part is that when I remove the laptop from the docking station it comes up perfectly. I can login and use Gnome just fine.Is there some setting I need to change so that I can use Ubuntu on my external monitor?Thanks!Jason
syslog-ng© is the world's most flexible and scalable audit trail processing tool for organizations of any size. It provides a centralised, securely stored log of all devices on your network, whatever platform they run on. And syslog-ng also incorporates a host of powerful features, including filtering based on message content, as well as customisable data mining and analysis capabilities.http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/syslog-ng.htmOne more thing is most of the users look for web interface for syslog-NG for this http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/syslogngweb.htm
anyone here who can help me. i am using ubuntu in gnome, and i have firefox 184.108.40.206 but it keeps on crashing for about 10 to 15 minutes and i cant get things done because of this.please helpthanks
Can anyone please help. I just installed linux 5.10 in a dual startup with WinXP. After I enter my username and password, Linux just hangs there. There's no icons or start menu and I can hear the CPU fan speading up-meaning the CPU is for some or other reason working quite hard. I then have to manually reset my PC.What can the problem be and what will sort it out.
I am reasonably new to linux having only had experience with some unix servers previously, but was coerced into installing ubuntu by an office buddy with too much linux love. Admittedly the coercion didn't take long, as I had attempted to install gentoo and got about a third of the way, by which point I was bored and annoyed. After installing hoary from cd I immediately upgraded to breezy so as to have a reasonably clean install. After destroying this operating system via a series of failed installations of various programs I gave up and reinstalled hoary. Everything works. Everything is stable. Everyting is easy with ubuntu. I love it. I can run everything I want and without crashing, stuttering, screen failure etc which windows delights in. I am currently writing a thesis in LaTex and was writing it in Windows. After the third mutilating crash and destruction of my thesis, again, I new I needed something different. Ubuntu was waiting. Truly great- and with easy bibtex editors too. And of course a little direction from the now ever friendly office buddy.