Lately, my rxvt-unicode has been generating this ~$ top 'rxvt-256color': unknown terminal type. Many of the terms have a colour patch. Where is the one for rxvt? Is there one in Debian or do I have to get creative?
I recently upgrade my armel NAS from etch to squeeze. During the partitioning step of the installation I intentionally left unmounted the data partition (900GB formatted XFS) but after the installation I'm not able to mount it.
I edited the fstab file adding the last line
And tried a mount but I get the message
So i noticed throught lsmod that I don't have the module for xfs
Tried installing xfsprogs but it didn't helped. So I searched for xfs-modules but seems it doesn't exists for armel architecture. Am I right? What does it means? That XFS is not supported in armel Squeeze? Assumed I can't transfer/backup 900GB of partition, is there a way to convert it on-the-fly to a supported filesystem format?
on my dual HD5500/GT940M. I can not turn on Nvidia. just install bumblebee and got the error "unknown header type 7f" if I remove bumblebee, Nvidia 340 loaded but system run on HD5500, no way to use Primus or to switch to 2nd card.
I had windows with ntfs I installed ubuntu. All ok. Gurb with 2 os, can ran windows and ubuntu and can mount ntfs partition in ubuntu I installed debian with lvm over ubuntu partition. I can't mount ntfs partition now, and windows doesn't appears in gurb
When entering insert mode in a text file i want to edit while using rxvt-unicode, there is a p being inserted and a whole new line is entered as well. when i hit the insert key, vim enters insert mode but also types a p and forces whatever line i am on down a line. if num lock is not on, it will not enter insert mode by pressing the insert key but if i type using the keyboard and not the number pad, it still enters text. vim/mode keys work normally in xterm. is there some unusual configuration required in order to get vim to behave properly within rxvt-unicode?
created ~/.Xmodmap file as outlined here: [URL] ....
I am doing the DNS configuration for the first time. Error in named configuration:
zone localdomain/IN: loaded serial 42 zone localhost/IN: loaded serial 42 zone 0.0.127.in-addr.arpa/IN: loaded serial 1997022700 file1:9: unknown RR type 'example.com.' file1:11: unknown RR type 'red.exmple.com.' zone example.com/IN: loading master file file1: unknown class/type [Code]....
I changed the first line of /etc/fstab in an attempt to get rid of an annoying message "mount: unknown filesystem type 'static'". All I did was put a "#" on the first line .... changing the original from:
I dont know anything about linux and just been assigned to amount a drive to it. here's what i did so far: Version of Linux using Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3 (Tikanga) [root]# mount -t auto /dev/sdb1 /tmp/archive mount: unknown filesystem type 'ntfs'
when checking the /proc/filesystems, i noticed that 'ntfs' is not listed there, several forum suggested i try running 'modprobe ntfs'. If that is not found, you'll need a kernel with ntfs support. i'm so lost, where to i get the modprobe ntfs
i am trying to compile kernel 2.6.23 on Fedora 12 After fixing a few bugs (getline error, %dil ,etc) i was able to compile the kernel made initramfs img using dracut updated grub and then booted up the new kernel 2.6.23 but it fails to boot with following error mount: unknown filesystem type 'ext4'
When I was using AntiX, I liked how I could just type "xlock" in a terminal and it would lock the screen until I came back and typed my password. I saw that there was no "xlock" package, so googling around, I saw it was replaced with xlockmore and xlockmore-gl, neither of which there seems to be a package for in the Squeeze repositories. I tried xscreensaver, but I prefer the simplicity of xlock (and I like that it doesn't leave a daemon runnig when not in use). Is there a way to safely install it, or should I just be looking for an alternative?
Formated new drive with ext3 on external drive on Suse 11.1 When upgraded to 11.2, drive was not connected... Could not get mounted after that... Set up another boot drive, could not get to mount. Found post with following:
Error as follows: mount: unknown filesystem type 'crypto_LUKS' Have also got to another point where superblock was incorrect. I can use terminal, but am not a linux guru... Have looked at other posts under luks, but can not find a solution.
I installed Ubuntu Server 9.10 in a virtual machine, and I'm trying to install the VMware Tools but I can't mount the installer CD: $ sudo mount /dev/scd0 /media/cdrom mount: unknown filesystem type 'iso9660'
I recently installed ubuntu on my pc in parallel with windows 7 ( I have been running wubi so far ). After the installation was completed I installed chrome and Mathematica ( by using the terminal ). I then restarted the computer. When I restarted ubuntu again I realized that I couldn't type on the Terminal any longer.I can type on anything else, documents, browsers, Mathematica ecc, but, as soo as I try to type over the terminal the mouse pointer disappears and nothing happens. However I can copy paste on the terminal but it is of no use since I cannot use the enter key.
I'd like to find all files of a specific type (as determined by the terminal "file" command) from the command line ... and haven't been able to figure out a way to do so. For instance, I'd like to be able to find all JPEG files in my filesystem, even if their names don't end in .jp*. It would be helpful to be able to combine this with other tests in find, so that I could type something like "sudo find / -atime 0 -size +1M -type adobeflash" or something like that.
I've looked for ways to hook find up to file and tinkered around with a few ideas involving pipes, but nothing seems to get what I want.
It installed but I cant seem to run a scan and as there isnt much need for it i want to remove it. The problem is its changed name from what I downloaded it as. Does anyone know what it could be? Ill try and add a pic a bit later, but im on windows at the moment so I cant acces terminal. Also I have Wine installed but would like to remove its root access, Im not sure if it does have root access but I would like it not to if it does, what should I type into the terminal?
I'm using Ubuntu 11.04 and I've been running into a bizarre scenario. So when I open a terminal, I can type commands into it. Then I open a tab (by pressing Ctrl+Shift+T) and can type into it normally as well. But when I close the tab (going back to the original terminal), I suddenly can't type into that terminal -- no characters appear on its command line. It is not a severe issue since if I jump to another window (say Firefox), then come back to that terminal, I can suddenly type again. Also as far as I know this seems to be the only scenario to which this problem occurs. Has anyone ran into the same issue?
i need to install the new firefox. I have allready downloaded the tar.bz2 package and extract it in a folder. I go to terminal, type sudo make install and appear [sudo] password for severityconcept: but i can't type any character. How to type my password in terminal when i run that command I mentioned above?
Is there a command for moving a certain amount-or all files-of a certain type? I know how to move files around but I can't find anything that explains how you would move multiple files at once.Writing this, I wonder, is it possible to move files by their size-moving all files under or over a certain size-rather than by type or name? I've looked but can't find how to do this, or if it's possible. Can't find anything on google with any combination of search terms.