I downloaded jdk-6u11-linux-1586.bin for working java. I don't know whether I downloaded bin file is correct or not. If it is not correct means what type of file I download to install java. I request u to tell steps for install the java.
I believe my Dell laptop at home is sucko full of viruses and malware....been cleaned and recleaned multiple times but seems to just come back.I'd like to start over fresh. I'm thinking I should reformat and wipe the disk clean, and do a fresh Linux install. I have decent computer skills, but wondering if someone could share the basic steps with me....ie
1. if necessary, reformat and partition hard drive. 2. load linux os cd 3. load/install linux windows gui. 4. suggested tools/apps for basic computer use like browser for surfing, office type tools like Word, or Excel, power point. etc.
I have downloaded the linuxdcplus 1.0.3 source file. However i am unable to install the same in my fedora 11. could anyone guide me and all with detailed step by step instructions and the possible options?
I'm trying to install PyPedal but was overwhelmed by the steps. Here is a link to the program:[URL]..The first problem is, on this page [URL].., the package is described as .tar.gz, however when I try to download, the package is a .egg I searched online since I never dealt with a .egg, some suggest to use the unzip command others have used the command without success.
The second problem is, I have to install Python which I have no experience with. This the Python page[URL].all the Linux files seem to be source tarball. What would be the best way to install a source as I have never done this before? The third problem is, which of the third-party extensions used by PyPedal listed in this link I could skip installing [URL].. . All I interested in is getting the numerical result that this program produces. Assume that I have download the PyPedal and Python files to the /home directory.
I have been searching around and found lots of details of how to fix a dual boot situation gone wrong but I have not run across a guide or steps on how to install Windows & FC12 the correct way.I have to reinstall my computer any way for other reasons so I am going to reinstall with either XP or Win7 (leaning towards 7) and Fedora 12. I can dedicate a drive to each OS no problem and I can imagine how I would install each on it's own drive, but not quite sure what to use as a boot manager?
when i try to install opensuse 11.2 i do all the necessary steps but the installation won't start..i installed and used opensuse before im not clueless...before i reformatted my drive i was using windows 7,ubuntu and opensuse together.harddrive (160 gb) is sufficient and the installation was going smooth..i added kde and xfce from the software selection and enabled mbr and boot from /partition...Actually i tried all the alternatives (disabled mbr and /boot,enabled mbr and disabled /partition) but nothing changes..when the installation starts it says ''preparing the disks''but after waiting for 5 minutes and seeing nothing is changed i reboot and take the disk out of disk tray..where am i doing wrong and what i did wrong this time instead of last time that prevented the installation ...i thought my cd went corrupted so i downloaded and burned a new dvd from iso image.
I'm having issues installing Moolde on OpenSuse 11.3. I've downloaded the package but I get missing dependency issues like no mimtex needed and then after I resolve that I get a heap of missing pearl stuff. So do I assume then that the moodle package isn't a complete install even though I found it on the open suse site? Can I get a complete list of what's missing or what I should be installing when I install my open suse 11.3?
I am new to Slackware/Linux and completed the install (Slackware 13 64-bit x86_64).Everything is running correctly.During the install I was asked if I wanted to install X-Windows and I declined.Now I want to install it.I downloaded xorg-server-1.6.3-x86_64-1.txz and installed it using slackpkg.It seemed to me to install very quickly. I see it in the list of installed packages now.What are the steps install a fresh X-Windows on Slackware if I did not pick it during install?
I have installed the Li f e distro in my laptop as Virtuaqlbox guest and actualised it completly. I created the "moodle" database and "moodleuser" in mysql and started the apache2 web server as written in Moodle - openSUSE My problem is that the page //localhost/moodle is blank . does not appears nothinġ I tested the page //localhost/ and "it works" , and tested the //localhost/manual and shows the manual local pages of apache through http. I alsoo tested the //localhost/phpMyAdmin page and it works entering the "moodleuser" and password and shows the phpMyAdmin pages. I tried also //localhost/ATutor and //localhost/FreeSMS and they does not work (error "not found" page ) and tried //localhost/openbiblio and shows a "database query error"I changed the HOSTNAME varialble to localhosţ. The files in the /srv/www/moodle directory are owned by root whith 744 permisions I tried with lynx http text browser and shows the 500 error (internal server error)
I have opensuse 11.4 in which I am trying to install Moodle 2.02 on my server. In the install.php it asks for where you want to place your moodle and moodledata directories, which in the default installation of Moodle in Opensuse is /srv/www/moodle and /srv/www/moodledata. It initially automatically fills in /srv/moodledata for the moodledata directory. When I change it to the default opensuse location it balks at the /srv/www/moodledata with "Dataroot location is not secure". It won't let me get past it. I have Moodle 1.99 running on opensuse 11.1 with those same directories. What can I do to get around this error message?
SSH is initially installed and activated. What are the steps in activating FTP and Telnet on Fedora 10. I know they are non-secure and probably shouldn't be used at all, but I need to know or at least pointed in the right direction.
I need to start archiving my audio media again. However I use flac, and the monotony of having to use grip, and then go to easy tag is getting old. Is there a one stop program that will convert my audio cd's to flac and perform the id3 tag, with at most an approval on the tag from cddb or wherever it gets the info from? Grip states that it's id3 tagging only works with mp3's. I don't desire to use wine for this. Appreciate the help. Btw: AMAZON.....if you'd sell flac instead of 128kbps and 256kbps I wouldn't have to do this.... update: Asunder appears to be working. Anyone here used Asunder and if so, any gripes? It appears to use capital letters and spaces though which I really don't like.
I need to start archiving my audio media again. However I use flac, and the monotony of having to use grip, and then go to easy tag is getting old. Is there a one stop program that will convert my audio cd's to flac and perform the id3 tag, with at most an approval on the tag from cddb or wherever it gets the info from? Grip states that it's id3 tagging only works with mp3's. I don't desire to use wine for this. Appreciate the help.
Btw: AMAZON.....if you'd sell flac instead of 128kbps and 256kbps I wouldn't have to do this....
update: Asunder appears to be working. Anyone here used Asunder and if so, any gripes? It appears to use capital letters and spaces though which I really don't like.