Ubuntu :: Lkl Installation - Error "Couldn't Find Package Lkl"
Mar 7, 2011
I am not able to install linux key logger on my ubuntu 10.04 is my os this is the result that i got user36@lib-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install lkl Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Couldn't find package lkl user36@lib-desktop:~$
I have ubuntu intrepid installed in one of the amazon servers , when i try to install any software using apt-get i used to get the following error.Code: E: Couldn't find package E: Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead.
i have installed this Ubuntu in virtual-box running in windows xp. my INTERNET connection is working fine but i m using proxy for that. my problem is that when i want to install something through sudo apt-get install xxxx(whatever) it gives error "Couldn't find package".
Example: #sudo apt-get install wine Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Couldn't find package wine
My conky weather doesnt show any thing and I already got my Partner ID , License Key and Location ID and I tried to run the command below to install ConkyForecast: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install conkyforecast
But I have got this error : E: Couldn't find package conkyforecast and I dont know what to do , Can you guys tell me what should I do ?
Linux noob, and I'm trying to install a little program on my rootserver, but it requires libboost and libboost-dev. Unfortunately ubuntu can't seem to find the packages and google does not help either. The only info I found was telling me to install "gnuradio" or something, which takes up 138 mb. So, how can I install these packages now?also: I cancelled the installation of gnuradio via "CTRL+C", will this cause any problems? Are there some trash files left on the system now?
I did a full install of 9.10 on my Dell Inspirion 1200 laptop & use a Dell 1350 card, after several posts and replies I went to [URL]and followed the instructions for Ubuntu/Debian. This is the result I get....
mike@mike-laptop:~$ sudo apt-get install b43-fwcutter [sudo] password for mike: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree
I followed this procedure before installation (live CD) and it successfully found and installed the firmware. Apparently it was saved in live CD. What do I need to do?
I am having issues with 3d I am trying to start up a game called auteria but it displays this error "Could not find a compatible opengl display resolution. Please check your driver configuration. (Error: Couldn't find a matching GLX visual)" I am on ubuntu 10.10 could anybody give me a solution on how to fix this issue?
just loaded 9.10 and trying to install the NDIS wrapper so I can use my USB wirless adaptor. Executed the command
sudo apt-get install ndiswrapper-utils-1.9 as read in one of the forums and received the following error:
E: couldn't find package ndiswrapper-utils-1.9
both the tar version and the unzippedversion are on my desktop but I'm not sure they are installed and I don't know what to install. I've clicked every file in every folder most seem to be instructions not what I know as executables.
I've been scratching my head on this one for a while.My level of knowledge of Linux isn't great. I know enough to be dangerous. I'm trying to get Webmin installed to give me an easier web front to Linux. I run the command to get the prereq's.
using nvidia_173 driver from repository with nvidia geforce fx5500 sping returns this: Could not set video mode: Couldn't find matching GLX visual would installing nvidia-glx-173 package be the solution? just realized i had the nvidia_173 driver activiated, but not in use. ran "sudo nvidia-xconfig" boots in tty1, so i navigated to the X11 directory and deleted xorg.conf, boots to gnome now
how do i keep it from going to tty1? i know there are threads on this here and there, but most leave you with the default driver, and i want to keep nvidia_173
I am running Ubuntu 9.1 and am trying to download the apt file from the adobe web site and use apturl to open it. I enable the partner channel packages finish downloading and an error pops up. Could not find package 'adobe-flashplugin'.
When I try to play some OpenGL games, I get this error.How can I fix this? My graphics card is Nvidia, and I use the nvidia-current driver.Here's what it says under OpenGL/GLX Information. I don't know if this is the info you need, but oh well.
I'm trying to install some nvidia drivers but I need to install the correct headers. uname -r says: 2.6.31-21-serverbut I can't find the headers anywhere to install. 2.6.31-21 and 2.6.31-21-generic are installed but not the server version. It's not showing up in synaptic and using apt-get I get the error message in the title.I have 2.6.31-22-server headers but for some reason when I boot into 2.6.31-22 the OS can't see my 3ware cards and, obviously, the arrays they control. So, I can't use 2.6.31-22 yet.
i tried to make my desktop 3d so i type in terminal following command sudo apt-get install compiz-fusionbut it give the error "Couldn't find package compiz-fusion" why dis error comes plz tell me how to solve it i am a new user for ubuntuHow to install the required package Please tell me exextly what i have to it
i tried to make my desktop 3d and whan use command in terminal it tells couldt find package compiz-fusioni dont know for which package it is saying .. m new user for linux so dont know what is package meant for ow to get dis package for 3d desktop
I am trying to run i386 in gcc_test-suite using dejagnu runtest and it fails with error given below. I can see that gcc-dg.exp is in folder gcc-4.6-20100911/gcc/testsuite/lib, but runtest is not searching in this folder.
how to resolve this issue and run only i386 tests.
$ cd /gcc-4.6-20100911/gcc/testsuite/gcc.target $ runtest -a -tool i386 -verbose .... .... Looking for library file /usr/local/share/dejagnu/lib/gcc-dg.exp