I want to freely download and install sybase-openclient-126.96.36.199 either source or rpm package sybase-common-11.9.2-3.i386 either source or rpm package Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise versions 11.9.2 or 188.8.131.52 for Linux. I searched a lot but didn't get it,
I'm trying to up2date an RHEL4 ES (i386/i686, 32-bit) system. It always fails with:
The thing is, when I look in the package lists, that precise version of nagios (nagios-0-2.12-9.el4.i386.hdr) is out-of-date. The version actually in the repositories (I checked several mirrors) is nagios-0-2.12-10.el4.i386.hdr.
I tried clearing the up2date/yum caches - they just rebuilt and came back to the same error.
What can I check to see what may be outdated, or otherwise reconcile this mismatch in some dependency as compared to the actual package version available?
This is preventing me from up2date'ing any package at all on the server, even those with no relation whatsoever to nagios.
Anyone know what version of spam assassin is newer 3.3.1-3 or 3.3.1-52 I would assume 52 is newer but I don't know if once it reaches 99 it going to 2 Example 3.3.1-99 ---- 3.3.1-2 -----3.3.1-21 and so on. I could be completely off but can anyone just clarify if 3.3.1-3 is newer or older than 184.108.40.206
(On a side note does anyone know the difference between spamassassin-3.3.1-3.el5.rfx.i386.rpm and spamassassin-3.3.1-3.el5.rf.i386.rpm?? What does the X mean?) I looked at the release date of .52 and it seems to be in march 2010 whereas .1-3 seems to be in november. oes that seem correct? Does anyone have a direct download to spamassassin-3.3.1-3el5.rf.i386.rpm???
I have a computer with internet access with amd64 architecture running Debian stable (Lenny). I have another computer with NO internet access with i386 architecture running Debian stable (Lenny).I want to download some packages for the i386 computer using the amd64 computer. So far, the only way I can see to do this is to use dpkg-architecture to temporarily change to i386 on the internet computer, run aptitude with the download-only option to retrieve the packages I need with all suitable dependencies, then switch the internet computer back over to amd64.
I can't imagine I'm the only person who ever needed to do this, and yet I've had no luck finding any advice. The method I described seems rather awkward - is there a more elegant solution?
I apologize to the membership, I realize now the absurdity of this subject. Having now studied the online repository search functions closer, I see it appears packages are automatically retrieved with all necessary dependencies. As such, it is not necessary to use apt and its various functions to do the job.
I want to download open suse but it takes up to an hour to download the 600mb .iso, my internet speed aren't that slow though. Im downloading the Live KDE, Direct Link 32-bit, all the other types of download have strange torrent or metalink fileformat. Is this just me
I was following a simple tutorial on how to program and compile a hello world program using assembly when I got this error;Quote:ld: i386 architecture of input file `hello.o' is incompatible with i386:x86-64 output.The tutorial told me to make two files;Quote:hello.asmsection .data;section declaration
msg db "Hello, world!",0xa;our dear string len equ $ - msg ;length of our dear string section .text;section declaration
Is there a way to download any kind of files, if i have the url, with a bittorrent client? I've seen this feature in Bit-comment and i like it. So is there any similar thing for linux? Update: Im not asking how to download bittorrnent files, what i want is to download any file (that can be downloaded within any webbrowser) with a bittorrent client.
Right now I am using Fedora 10. and I am downloading Fedora 10 by torrent. My problem is that if my system monitor show me that I have downloaded 90 MB then ktorrent showing 30 mb so I am loosing lots of MBs. When I as using windows and utorrent that problem never happens. How to over come that?
Transmission bittorrent client on my computer doesn't seem to download any files...It just struks on 'downloading file'...When i checked out the preferences it says 'port closed', i'm using port no 18768....Torrents download fine with opera with the same port no...
I am pretty new to Linux, just finishing up my first semester, I just installed Ubuntu 8.10 on my PC and have problems with installing any and all software. Every time I go to applications, add/remove, I get the same error no matter what program I try to install. "could not download repository indexes" then error "can not be installed on your computer type (i386)"
I have been using u torrent in windows and I am not able to find a similar torrent client in ubuntu 10.10, I was using transmission bittorrent client, but it is not able to look for peers and seeds as utorrent does and even the download speed is very slow when compared to utorrent. Which is the best torrent client as powerful as utorrent?
At work we have a Sybase Adaptiver Server 9.0 database running, it has to stay there for now, and we are developing a web application that will connect to it using PHP.I was already able to make it work using ODBC on Windows and using odbc_connect on PHP.But now we are moving to Ubuntu, and we are trying to get it to work on it.I already have Apache2 and PHP5 up and running.There are two ways (I can think of) we can do this, one is using ODBC and then use "odbc_connect" and the other is making "sybase_connect" work on PHP. Being the latter probably the best one since you wouldn't have ODBC as an intermediary.
Either way, as long as it works I'm happy. ODBC would be fine to meet our requirements for now.I already have ODBC Data Source Administrator but no idea how to create/include/add the Sybase driver.We also tried setting freetds up, but that didn't work either, we might be missing something.
I'm trying to install Sybase ASE EXpress 15.5 on Ubuntu and am getting the following error message: ./startserver: error while loading shared libraries: libaio.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory.
Code: # /usr/local/etc/freetds.conf # $Id: freetds.conf,v 1.12 2007/12/25 06:02:36 jklowden Exp $ # # This file is installed by FreeTDS if no file by the same # name is found in the installation directory.
I have quite fast Internet connection, 100mbit, and I'm able to take advantage of the entire bandwidth that I'm paying for. When I, however, use Transmission as torrent client and download a torrent faster than, 7-8 Mbyte/second, my hard drive is spinning all the time and my desktop becomes sporadically unresponsive, load average gets high and I'm pretty much sure the Transmission-application is the cause to this, somehow. It must be some strange way it cashes stuff...I don't know.
I'm, either way, not experiencing anything like that with any other torrent client in Linux (or Windows for that matter). It's not that I'm tied to Transmission, in fact, I prefer rtorrent and use it anytime I can, it's just that some stupid torrent sites are giving me Transmission as the only client option when I'm using Linux, so I have to stick to it those times. I have quite fast system, Core Duo 3ghz, 4gb ram, 500 gb 7200rpm 16MB cache WD hard drive, etc...so the hardware certainly shouldn't be a problem.
I have 2 laptops connected by a lan cable - from 1 laptop network card to the other. the first laptop is an Asus eeePc that runs a modified version of debian. this one is connected to the internet and i simply want the other one to connect to the internet via the lan cable. the "server" has 2 connections: 1. one for connecting to the internet via a dialup mobile connection (i checked and this connection is shared) 2. the 2nd connection: "Local Area Connection" defined this way:
IP address: 192.168.0.4 subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 + it is also marked as 'shared' that's all, no Gateway/DNS/Wins defined
my problem is that the client (192.168.0.3) cannot open web pages even if it sees just fine the server's files.