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I have just started using Ubuntu for the sole purpose of compiling and running a particular piece of software provided as source code. I am an absolute beginner on Linux.
I have been looking around for some step by step instructions that cover all the bases, but cant seem to find them.
I am trying to call a C program from Java using JNI. But I am getting the following error--
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no Sample1 in java.library.path
How do i correct this ?? Please help.
I was in push suitation to learn about the ubantu linux, i am very new linux.
Want to know how to get the banner while loging into the linux.
Also want to know what is the best apporach for installing mysql for mounting different drive for data/log/temp.
How to add into the windows domain.
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I am pulling my hair out because I had a windows box printing on a Ububtu computer but the hard drive on the ubuntu crashed and now I can't get it to print again. I've been talking with the local LUG for a month and they can't seem to help any.
I've played with smb.conf (a) but the LUG says that it appears to be proper.
If you look at it you will see that it is the sample smb.conf with a few minor additions. I added the 'opening ports' section under 'global' and I added the 'interfaces' under the 'networking' section. I'm not to sure if that one is right. It says 'interfaces = 192.168.0.2/24 eth0'. Is the '24' right?
Could you help this poor old soul?
# Sample configuration file for the Samba suite for Debian GNU/Linux.
# This is the main Samba configuration file. You should read the
# smb.conf(5) manual page in order to understand the options listed
# here. Samba has a huge number of configurable options most of which
# are not shown in this example
Can I use Gnome 3 as a desktop inviorment for ubuntu server?
I am very new at using Ubuntu. I am trying to make a home server out of a extra pc I have. I installed the server software and then tried to install Gnome desktop. I believe it did but when I rebooted ubuntu desktop came up. How do I work thr server through the desktop. All I want to do with the server is to store pix, music, docs etc. and be able to access them from anywhere. Is this possible? and am I on the right track? I appreciate the imput.
Okay here it is;
Laptop Samsung Qx411
Booted to Bios changed the boot order several times, USB & CD 1st, always boots to windows 7
Used the linked pen drive utility on the Ubuntu page, unpacked the ISO via pen drive util, looked fine, all bios USB boot options were over the LAST option HDD, still boots to WIN 7
Burned 3 CDs, Ubuntu 11X (latest version two discs NO BOOT) and Ubuntu 10x (once no boot) Used POWER ISO to unpack the ISO to the disc at the lowest speed 10x. The first two burn attempts were the native windows 7 burn program which does not allow you to select burn speed
CD Appears to be written to, the data was verified each time, still boots to HD WIND 7
Any ideas? I've installed it inside of windows and get the Bootloader, Windows 7 or Ubuntu, Windows 7 boots fine, If I choose Ubuntu I get;
"Windows failed to start, a recent hardware or software change might be the cause.
Insert your windows instillation disk and select repair computer.
hi I have configured my ubuntu server as a SOCKS5 server, how can I find out and monitor how many users are currently connected to my server ? and how to monitor them ?
I recently discovered ubuntu and I'm loving it. I'm planning to use it as my primary Os. My only problem now is that my home available disk space is less than 10GB and that really keeps me from working on large files. I worked on this for 3 days in vain. I burnt a gparted live CD but don't really know what to do with it(i.e which drive is windows and which one is ubuntu's...). Here what gparted window reads:
Partition File system mount Point Label Size
/dev/sda1 ntfs Recovery 9.00 GiB
/dev/sda2 ntfs System Reserved 100.00 MiB
/dev/sda3 ntfs host 456.67 GiB
unallocated unallocated 1.02 MiB
All I really want is a large home folder in ubuntu, like 200GB at least. Please help. I've heard of ext3, ext4 etc...And also i used wubi for the dual boot install.
..I have ubtuntu 11.10, I installed clementine version 0.7.1 . Any idea why every time I go to tools and click 'visualizations' the program shuts down? I am completely knew to ubuntu and linux and am just curious if there's something else I need to install or if it's an error in clementine... cheers.
I am new to the os but i do dual boot and am learning to love its flexibility and ability to repair windows. I find myself needing help badly i hope someone here can. For the last 45 dayse and my kids have been trapped in what appears to be someone elses virtual network or machine. Our ability to utilize our own network has been taken away im only able to breech using a live cd or phone linx seems able to fix everything else. Any ideas if it can help us now
how to fix this updates installation?
Requires installation of untrusted packages
The action would require the installation of packages from not authenticated sources.
Details : libnux-1.0-0 libnux-1.0-common