My OS is F11 and i've two systems; i'm running Samba server on one system and i've login on the client system and trying to login to the Samba server using smbclient but it's not working.Can someone give me the command to login to the Samba server using smbclient!
I'm attempting to install the Oracle Sun Ray Server Software on Fedora 15 and I've done the majority of the install and config however, the system is coming up with an error that the gdmdynamic command is not found??
Apparently this comes with gdm but I couldn't find a package correlating to this command.
Apparently it comes with Gnome/GDM.... I don't have Gnome installed in the system but do have GDM!
I recently installed Fedora 14 from KDE live CD . everything is working excellent except when I tried to do lsmod today, I got lsmod:command not found error.I checked and found that PATH did have /sbin and /sbin/lsmod does exist. But /sbin/lsmod points to /bin/lsmod (which does not exist)I did whatprovides on lsmod and found module-init-tools-3.11.1-2.fc13.i686 as the package.
Currently I'm using RHEL 5.3 in my server. Last time I install MySQl Server and it working fine.Then i facing a problem with my server and i reinstall back RHEL. But i didnt use MySql package inside the CD to install MySQL. i install MySQl separately. I download from MySql website. My problem is, i success install MySql in my server. The service also running. But when i type.
I decided to switch from Ubuntu to Fedora Core 10 KDEdual boot installation worked perfectly... all smooth!untill i got to installing things....i wanted to install ndiswrapper, so i manually downloaded it on my second pc and transferred it trought a USB stick to the Fedora PC. When reading the 'installation manual' it clearly uses the "make" command a lot...problem is; bash error: "bash: make: command not found"So i google this and i get some solutions, all involving online repositories...so basically... i need internet to get the MAKE rpm, and i need the MAKE rpm to get the internet working... :')I tried searching online repositories but i haven't got a clue about what i need to download from there (to get the make command, or the "Development Tools") and how to install it on my fedora pc....i need help :P It would be much appreciated if someone could explain me how i could get these important packages up and running on my system with manual downloading and installing.I haven't got a clue how to do this manually... I've been on it for hours allready and I'm getting a bit fed up with it I can't understand why such an important package isn't standard included in the installation.
I've been using linux for a long time, and I just ran into a problem that has me stumped. Any time I mistype a command, it says "Command not found."... yea, I know that's normal. But it doesn't return me to my # prompt. I have to press Ctrl+C to get back. code...
I know I do have one issue with this computer, I have 2 blown caps on my motherboard. This was a dual boot system, but after a virus with winblows, I decided to switch it to strictly linux. (roommates... *grumble*) I think I was running fc10 before I wiped the hd & installed fc12. Fc12 does seem to be running slower, and I still haven't got my sound card working properly... but that issue is for another topic... -YungBlood Reborn
Code: mock rebuild -r fedora-15-i386 rpmbuild/SRPMS/deadbeef-0.5.1-1.fc15.src.rpm and getting following error in /var/lib/mock/fedora-15-x86_64/result/build.log: checking for intltool >= 0.40.0... ./configure: line 22040: intltool-update: command not found configure: error: Your intltool is too old. You need intltool 0.40.0 or later. code....
Defining tcsh aliases through a .aliases file has worked perfectly for me for years and years using cygwin and older versions of mandriva. I am encountering very annoying and mysterious problems when attempting to do the same thing with a .aliases file in a fedora 64-bit VM. Strangely, if I define aliases in the file, they won't work, but if I do so on the command line, then they will.
Here's a simple example: Suppose I define an alias for "ls" in the file: alias ls '/bin/ls' Then source the file. This happens: me: ls : Command not found. me: alias ls /bin/ls me: /bin/ls file1 file2 file3 etc. me: unalias ls me: ls file1 file2 file3 etc. me: alias ls '/bin/ls' me: ls file1 file2 file3 etc.
A second example: if I place either of these lines in my .aliases file: alias d '/bin/ls -alF !:1' alias d '/bin/ls -alF !*'and source the alias file, this happens:/ me: d Bad ! arg selector. However, if I define the alias on the command line: / me: alias d '/bin/ls -alF !*'then the alias behaves correctly:/ me: dtotal 376 drwxr-xr-x. 10 r r 4096 Apr 14 16:05 ./ drwxrwxr-x. 6 r r 4096 Feb 21 16:15 ../ drwxr-xr-x. 3 r r 4096 Apr 14 16:05 bin.v2/ -rwxr-xr-x. 1 r r 193872 Apr 14 15:35 bjam* -rw-r--r--. 1 r r 52804 Apr 14 17:20 bjam.my.log drwxr-xr-x. 77 r r 4096 Nov 17 09:49 boost/ -rw-r--r--. 1 r r 989 Nov 17 04:51 boost.css
I'm running Fedora 10 [KDE] on an Acer laptop and am having problems configuring "hot keys" for it. First thing that needs to be mentioned is that the hotkeys used to work when I was running it on Gnome without me having to do anything. I assumed that this will be the case with KDE too. In any case, I think driver installation is supposed to be quite straight forward. There are two packages: acer_acpi and acerhk and different installation instructions for each one of them. The problem I am having is when I run the makefile script for either one of these, I get the following output in the terminal:
Quote: Makefile: line 5: KERNELSRC?=/lib/modules/18.104.22.168-159.fc10.x86_64/build: No such file or directory Makefile: line 6: KERNELSRC: command not found Makefile: line 6: KERNELSRC: command not found Makefile: line 6: shell: command not found Makefile: line 6: shell: command not found Makefile: line 8: KERNELVERSION: command not found [Code].....
I think build-essential and some other packages are normally needed, but since you can't get them for Fedora (?), I groupinstalled "Development Tools" and some other group.
I am new to Linux and I am trying to convert image files to mpeg video I tried using this command images2mpg -o Vorticity.mpeg -i Vorticity-Magnitude0%d.jpeg I get an error as below bash: images2mpg: command not found
I know my way around MS Windows much better, but I just don't feel right trying to program something for Android on a Microsoft operating system. I am interested in Android programming so I followed the instructions on [URL] to install the environment on my computer...
I just installed the JDK, SDK, Eclipse successfully (or I assume):
* When I get to Step 4 where I'm supposed to run 'android' it will not run. I get the error message "android: command not found" (I am definitely in the right directory).
** When I double-click it in nautilus, it opens up in gedit. I can set the permissions in nautilus (through the properties - Allow executing file as a program) and get it to work,
In Ubuntu 10.04 grub command prompt setup command does not exist for installing grub.I am trying to recover my Feodra12 OS.Did anyone find alternate command for setup in grub command line for Ubuntu 10.04 ?
trying to set up my wireless drivers on my laptop. But i cant install them without the "make" command, it says its not found. I have internet on my other computer, but no way to link them. Is there a rpm that i can download and install that will fix it?
This has popped up a couple of times, seemingly randomly, as I'm working in a terminal window. I just mistyped "dirs" as "dits" and got this:
Code: $ dits Command not found.
* Downloading details about the software sources. Downloading list of packages..I say seemingly randomly because it doesn't do it if I just type some random gobbledeegook command and hit enter. Is this some new feature (since F9) that is trying to find the missing command?
I'm trying to install the projectM visualizer and I'm running into some problems. Initially, I tried to install it by running "sudo apt-get install libvisual-projectm", which seemed to work... except there's no launcher for it in my Applications menu and "projectM-pulseaudio" returns "command not found". From there, I decided to try to build it myself, by following this guide (<- link). It went well until the "make" command, which returns the following error: