There's a difference in versions for the different platforms?
There could be... that's why a lot of packages in Linux provide source code instead of binaries, you could just rebuild for your platform. If you look at the error description, looks like some of those were built specifically for that version of Ubuntu... now, not sure how that got to the version number that the installer is looking at (not sure where this comes from specifically in Linux) but that seems to be the error source.
There could be... that's why a lot of packages in Linux provide source code instead of binaries, you could just rebuild for your platform.
I have no problems invoking the compiler from code, nor in downloading the files; but mono needs to be there as a prerequisite, and also the CIL-bindings to existing Linux-libraries. (Well, at least for me )
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If you look at the error description, looks like some of those were built specifically for that version of Ubuntu... now, not sure how that got to the version number that the installer is looking at (not sure where this comes from specifically in Linux) but that seems to be the error source.
My dependencies are generic, not bound to a platform;
This may be an inappropriate place to ask this, but I am stuck. So if it is, please just ignore my post. No preaching, please.
I am trying to replace faulty ( intermittent) HDD in my Windows7 Inspiron ONE. I got as far as building Recovery partition on existing HDD and created repair CD. I have also created system image ( standard Window7 option) on my new drive. I can boot using the CD, than when I try to do recovery Window7 complains. If I do it again, start with CD I get an error which basically said that I am using incompatible OS to finish the recovery. I used non MS program to clone the HDD onto USB drive , but Windows7 won't boot using the USB. Basically - I cannot start Windows7 using USB. The Inspiron has only two SATA ports so if I start using CD I have only the original HDD. So – ideally I need to be able to start Windows7 and have BOTH old and new HDD connected. Any other standard options? I do not have Windows7 CD, this devilish machine was given to me by frustrated user. Please no comments on that, OK. I'll be happy to just play Solitaire on it, but it would be nice if it stayed up for few games.
Thanks for you time.
PS I did find some “how to replace HDD” and used it to replace the hardware, but it fell short on how to clone the OS disk.
I have opened the box and temporary installed two HDD. Since it has only two SATA ports I have no internal CD. I like your idea, however so far all my attempts to create Windows7 image on the second HDD have failed. But after all this work I am not convinced the original HDD is the problem. When it fails the LCD goes psychedelic and the box has to cool off before it will work again. I wonder how one can "upgrade" to Windows8. It would be nice if I could use the LCD as a second monitor to find out where is the problem. I am guessing that Inspiron has a LCD memeory somewhere, but I did not look. But at this point Inspiron ONE is nice piece of furniture for the house..
...you would already be in the git home directory... therefore the location src/gl-system-install would make sense... if you're ANYWHERE else in the system, the call will fail.
Edit: Going over the short article again... it seems to assume you've configured su to change you from your current directory to the home directory of the user you've logged in as. This isn't the default behavior of su. So you'll have to either log off and log back in to be in the right home directory or just cd into the right home directory (or change the default behavior of su).
there is no such work perform on authentication between two access points.I also not find any literature review at such topic.Problem is coming in methodology.I suggest to propose a framework on it.There must be some modules.I suggest use 802.1x technique and cryptography method.I want to explore it but no one helping me.Also my instructor.No one show me the right track or path.I donot know it is possible or not.But why it is not possible?how i make it possible.Please Please help me for God sake
can authentication between two access points is possible or not?My field is networking and my thesis is related to wireless LAN security.All solution and work is done on authentication between access point and Mobile station.Can only authentication perform between two Access point devices or not?
Cisco company www.cisco.com[^] have a huge depository of information you may find of interest including stuff on "wireless access point authentication". But you will need to search their depository to find what you need.
I did not find any thing on that side.Please how i design a layerd framework for access point authentication.What input and what will be out put.How define objectives for the authentication between two access points before perform a handoff for mobile user. Please you are network person help me.I am very sad.
I'm thinking of dual booting Windows 7 with one of the latest versions of Ubuntu. I'm curious which would be the better way to go: installing Windows first and then Ubuntu, or the other way around. For those that have gone down this road, what insights can you offer?
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While I haven't dual booted in many years I have been administrating CentOS servers for several years and playing with Ubuntu and Fedora on the desktop recently.
You have to go Windows first and then what ever version on Linux you want to use. The reason is the Windows installation likes to believe it is the only game in town and will generally blow the boot sector away and install it's own. Linux is nicer and if it does replace the boot sector it places the existing OS information in it's boot loader so you get the choice of both OS's.
I have read about changing the Windows boot loader to accomodate Linux, but I haven't tried it and wouldn't really like to touch it with a ten foot pole as the saying goes.
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I would ALWAYS go with installing Windows first.... back in the day, Windows always overwrote the MBR and therefore you couldn't boot to other OS's present in the system until you fixed what Windows broke. I believe they have since fixed that little annoyance, but I'd still trust Linux to know how to handle other coexistant operating systems better than Windows would.
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