General :: Ubuntu / Suse Red Hat Are Developing General Update Tool
Jan 29, 2011
PackageKit is a system designed to make installing and updating software on your computer easier. The primary design goal is to unify all the software graphical tools used in different distributions, and use some of the latest technology like PolicyKit to make the process suck less.
I have been assigned with a project to develop a 3D chart based on the data available in database of mySQL. The chart should be a drill chart which should give further more details of the area where we click on the chart.I tried for a long time to get some information regarding that. But i couldn't find anything relevant.
I would be much thankful if any one would help me in this issue.Please provide me with some links or any suggested books that would help me.
PackageKit Error repo-not-available: File '/repodata/repomd.xml' not found on medium 'http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/KDE4:/Community/openSUSE_11.2/' My 11.2 won't update and gives this error. Anyone know how to fix it?
I have a SUSE 10 sp2 server that I am using for hosting VMware and virtual machines. I have installed the basic host machine with only file server enabled (no dns, dhcp, print services or anything else). This is the fifth time I have had to reinstall because after I applied all the updates the system downloaded, it would not boot with a cd/dvdrom mounted. I tried everything I knew hot to do, which I admit isn't much (edited the fstab, tried to mount through command line) but nothing brought it back.
this all started because I had the entire machine loaded with VMware, two virtual machines, and all was well until I decided to update the OES2 sp1 virtual machines. All manor of issues cropped up like corn in the summer. So I reloaded after a week because I couldn't fix the problems and decided in my limited knowledge the updates probably caused the issues, and there was no undoing the updates. I assume (dangerous as that may be) that I applied too many updates to my bare system, but I would like a more experienced opinion.
I need to design a USB diagnostic tool which can monitoring USB registers' content inside a ARM based MCU. I've already clear that how to judge the USB registers are correct or not during transmission, while I don't know how to implement such a program.Is there any similar code or existing linux module that can be used as a reference?
I wonder if there is any tool that can read health of my HDD's? There are tons in windows but what options are there in Linux? I would really hope there is a tool a can install without using terminal cause I dont have web access for the Xubuntu right now. If anyone aware of such a tool, preferable a .deb file so I can easily install without hazzle. Also I hope tools like that are not littered with tons of dependencies. Cause those dependencies are a major challenge without online connection. If there exist any smart terminal commands that will let med check health status pls let me know and pls write down the command. I have enabled the s.m.a.r.t in BIOS. I have 4 drives running Raid 0 if that matters.
I am running CentOS 5.6 on my servers (auto-updating to the latest patches). A couple of days ago, a number of updates were applied: glibc-common-2.5-58.el5_6.4.x86_64 glibc-2.5-58.el5_6.4.x86_64 nscd-2.5-58.el5_6.4.x86_64 glibc-headers-2.5-58.el5_6.4.x86_64
This update broke a software tool from Xilinx (FPGA compiler). I rolled back all of the above, to 2.5-58.el5_6.3, and the tool works OK. I get: /home/cad/xilinx/ISE13.1/ISE_DS/ISE/bin/lin64/unwrapped/map: symbol lookup error: /home/cad/xilinx/ISE13.1/ISE_DS/ISE/lib/lin64/libXst2_Core.so: undefined symbol: _ZN5boost7archive6detail17basic_oserializerD2Evmake: *** [map] Error 127
I have an ISO CD image file and want to extract it's contents to a folder. I know there are ways to mount the image and stuff, but it's complicated. I'm looking for a GUI tool to open up the contets and extract needed files. On windows I would use WinRar to do this. K3B only allows me to burn the stuff, Arch does not work with ISO files :(Is there a similar tool on Linux, preferably from KDE world?
I have installed emacs23 on Linux Mint 8. I would like to hide the toolbar, and I can do it with Options > Show/Hide > Tool-bar. But the Tool-bar comes back next time I start emacs. How can I hide it persistently?
Does anybody know of tool for Linux that can watch a custom subtree of the filesystem for changes, and executes a custom command when a change occurs ? Such a tool would be very useful to quickly setup automatic building or uploading of source files.
This is a bit of a long shot and I think the answer will be no but I thought I'd ask just in case. I have a number of tutorials in html but I want to be able to search for particular information in these files and display that information in the terminal rather than having to go through a browser. Apart from using grep which gives a pretty messy display or having to write a a specially Bash or python script, is there any command line tools that can provide such a function?