I've one problem with the installation of GNS3. I've downloaded all the necessary package, i've all the dipendency satisfied and Qt4 is installed on my system, but when i try to start gns3 I receive: par@Paranor GNS3-0.6.1-src]$ ./gns3 Can't import Qt modules, PyQt is probably not installed ...error: " If I'll try to use setup.py:
[par@Paranor GNS3-0.6.1-src]$ ./setup.py ./setup.py: line 1: Setup script for the GNS3 packages.: command not found import: unable to open image `sys': Permission denied. ./setup.py: line 4: syntax error near unexpected token `'./src'' ./setup.py: line 4: `sys.path.append('./src')'
I've the same results if i give the command with sudo;. Consider that i'm working on Kernel 2.6.18-128.1.16.el5 on a notebook with AMD 64 cpu.
I installed gnome 3.0 through the one installer, and now every time I start kde I get a gnome terminal that says Code:
** (orca:4321): WARNING **: Trying to register gtype 'WnckWindowState' as enum when in fact it is of type 'GFlags' ** (orca:4321): WARNING **: Trying to register gtype 'WnckWindowActions' as enum when in fact it is of type 'GFlags' ** (orca:4321): WARNING **: Trying to register gtype 'WnckWindowMoveResizeMask' as enum when in fact it is of type 'GFlags'
It keeps shrinking everytime I try to expand it a bit, I had to edit > select all and copy to be able to read it. And it sounds like it's trying to play a sound that sounds like welcome, but it gets cut off, it also makes a sound when closing it. I'm assuming this was supposed to be a first time run thing for gnome but it keeps showing up in kde.
I've set up home server, which doesn't have to be as powerful as other servers, so I decided to install GUI because of applications that are alternatives to classical GUI applications in headless version requires more skill/knowledge. However, I don't want server to run GUI always at start (which gnome-desktop package does). I need some configuration in KDE/gnome/xfce (haven't decided) that doesn't start GUI after each start (e.g is required to type startx or equivalent command to start GUI)(off topic: can you also recommend good remote-administration with GUI transport ?)
I was just wondering if this was possible without using guake or yakuake or the like: I have a shortcut (alt+shift+c) to open a gnome-terminal window. (done via compiz keyboard commands)However, what if I wanted it to fokus a gnome-terminal (specific?) if one(it) exists and only start a new terminal, if it isn't already running? I looked up and down the compiz settings, not seeing anything to help me focus a specific window.
I looked around for threads addressing this issue and some have come close to answering it, but I have yet to see a definitive yes or no. Anyway - Here's my issue:
Background: I can SSH into my home computer (Ubuntu 9.04 running Gnome) from work (Win XP Pro) using RealVNC via Putty tunnels. This has been working flawlessly for me for awhile now. I was messing around in the terminal window and accidentally rebooted the linux box (home computer) while I was at work. No big deal I thought. So I re-start the Putty connection, and it is back up in no time. Then I try to start the VNC connection, and no go, connection refused. I remember seeing that in order for the VNC connection to work, I had to be logged into the Gnome desktop already on the Ubuntu box.
Question: Is it possible to log in and start up a Gnome desktop session from the terminal command line in Putty so I can get the VNC connection back?
I have a real newbie question. I want to edit my disk partition table. Mount some drives etc. I like gui tools and gnome's disk utility seems to be able to do everything I want to. My problem: When I want to create a new filesystem on an empty space, I'm not allowed to. I guess I need root access, but I can't login as root to my gnome session and I know no way to start the disk utility from a terminal where I'm the root user, so my question is: How do I do this?
Every time I start Ubuntu, I set up an ssh session to a server. In order to automate this I made an entry in startup programs like this:/usr/bin/gnome-terminal -e '/usr/bin/ssh firstname.lastname@example.org'Nothing happens when I log in, and I've checked that the command works.
For some reason my gnome-terminal is starting in / when it should be ~ I have checked /etc/profile, ~/.bashrc and /etc/passwd and everything seems fine as far as i can tell Konsole and xterm are starting up with the working dir to my home dir (as set by /etc/passwd) But im at a loss to see where gnome-terminal is starting in / if i enter cd with no argumants in gnome-terminal it is switching to ~ fine, so i dont think its mistaking my home dir for /
Recently I've updated from 13 to 14. However, after updated I've tried to work with my terminal and it seems doesn't works fine. I can read 'starting terminal' but after that it's closed.I've uninstalled and re-installed it through the graphical tools (gnome-terminal) but that doesn't works fine.
Since upgrading ubuntu boots to a prompt rather than logging into gnome. has anyone run into this? what can I do to fix this? I recently upgraded from Ubuntu 9.10 to Ubuntu 10.4. does anyone know the command to start gnome from the prompt?
I want to monitor my work on the terminal.I know we can use script command.But every time when I start the terminal, I have to type script to start it.I want to automate it. So where should I include this command so that it will start as soon as I start the terminal ?
MY WORK TILL NOW: I have put this "script" command in the .profile.The when I start the terminal, it became an INFINITE LOOP.I am able to "echo".Thats coming only once.....but if I write a "script" command then it is becoming an INFINITE LOOP.
I have been searching the forums for quite a while, to add extra Loopback adapter in Centos 5.1, but no success! Could you please suggest me the steps? in Windows, it is quite easy to add as many adapters as you want. wondering, if this is even possible in Linux? I have to run GNS3/Dynamips for router emulation and bind those Loopback adapters to virtual routers!
I have WiFi router at home and connected two computers running ubuntu linux connected to it. One connected through WiFi, second through LAN. So what is the problem: I can't SSH from Gnome terminal to any machine. Be it local computer on the same router or be it distant computer. SSH session hangs just after successful login. I've read a lot about it and it should be related to DNS, MTU or whatever, but not in my case ! PuTTY client works without problem to local or to distant PC. SSH session from Gnome terminal works also just fine if.... I connect two comupers directly by not using router. So it seems SSH installation is ok, configuration is ok, but somehow router is not ok. I looked at packet sniffer of router itself and I see that packets successfully go from one computer to router and then to other computer and returns back. Firewall working ok. And its not about packet forwarding because I have the same problem if I try to SSH to router itself.
So the question. What theoretically might be wrong with router packet management ? Why PuTTY and Gnome terminal SSH packets differs ? What is the difference ? Where should I search for some sollution? I ran SSH in debug mode, but it was no so informative. It successfully logins and hangs on this line: Code: channel 0: open confirm rwindow 0 rmax 32768
Command automatically in gnome terminal, when i open it. so i changed the setting in edit->profile preferences->title and the command->command section. now when i open the terminal,command is running successfully.afterwards terminal is closed automatically. how to open my terminal prompt.with the sl program running and not closed..
I am using Fedora 8, gnome, a tcsh login shell, and I would like to have my directories and files color coded when I use ls. I have been searching the internet far and wide today looking for ways to do this. I have tried all the ways I could find: edit .bsrc file, edit DIR_COLORS, edit DIR_COLORS.xterm, create .dircolors, edit etc/profile, edit .cshrc file, alias ls --colors, and all combinations of this. I can't figure out what I am doing wrong.I use su in my terminal I get the colors for ls. So there must be something up with my user profile? I have tried to edit my terminal profiles and my desktop themes neither worked. Please help! I know this is a trivial issue, but now I am on a mission to figure this out.
Is it possible to embed the terminal in gnome panel?So I want to listen to mplayer radio / playlist and see on my panel what is now playing?(but the panel is "autohide", soI would like that this "embed terminal" wouldhide with my toppanel automaticly)Simply I want on my toppanel see what is playing in mplayer and how big the buffor is
I created a new panel in Gnome (Fedora 12) and it wasn't showing up right. So I just told it to make another (with the same results), and finally one more. So with the two that are there by default, that's 5 total panels... None of the newly created panels where displaying at all. But after creating the last one the system froze up. Now when I try to boot into fedora my system locks up as it's trying to load GNOME...
Is there any way for me to remove those panels through BASH? So I can just boot to a prompt and get them removed. After that I imagine GNOME will load correctly again...
I want to use the Gnome Launcher to launch a script I made but it will only work if I select "Application in Terminal." It will not launch if I use "Application". I've also noticed that my script will only run in the terminal regardless of how I launch it. Fedora will not let me just double click the file and "Run" the script. I don't want to open a terminal every time I run the script.
I'm using FC15 and Xfce4 desktop, as gnome3 does not work well with my ATI 5770HD graphics card and the proprietary catalyst 11.4 driver.When I start gnome-terminal from xfce, there is some (animation?) and the gnome terminal appears normal size then shrinks horizontally.Is there a way to disable this re-sizing ?
i want make an ad hoc host in Gnome 3. I set everything in Network Connections, but I don't know how to start it. In Gnome2 it was enough to click on icon of NetworkManager and i saw it there. But now, I'm lost.