I download the live 64 and burned it to a disk after it burns to the disk Brasero checks and says "error some files could be corrupted." I burn it slowest burn same thing happen. I downloaded thinking I had a corrupted download. Same thing happen. I never had a problem burning iso until now. What am I doing wrong?
I need to install Mercurial, and i want to do it through the shell. Yesterday i tried it, but i got the 1.1.5 version (something like that),but i need the newest version.How can i check the version of the package being downloaded (or about to be) and/or get the newest version?
I am getting some error when i compile cross compile "dbus-1.2.20". error Code: checking for XML_ParserCreate_MM in -lexpat... no configure: error: Could not find expat.h, check config.log for failed attempts so i downloaded te expat library sources i cross compiled. But again i am getting same error. I think i have to add "-lexpat" in LDFLAG. But i dont know how to do that.
I'm COMPLETELY new to linux. I"m running Ubuntu 9.10 and TRYING to install Devede. I have tried the Terminal, Synaptic Manger, and the Add/Remove and still keep getting this same error. I'm running a regular 32 bit Pentium 3 process to test if I like Linux or not. this is what it says: E: /var/cache/apt/archives/libavcodec-extra-52_4%3a0.5+svn20090706-2ubuntu3_i386.deb: corrupted filesystem tarfile - corrupted package archive this is not a DUAL boot computer either.
after the netinst finished to download the last package, one hour later the process never continues, I checked the log file and I didn't find anything suspecious, also dmesg and nothing, in fact, in the log file before checked I found that the last line was registered just a minute ago - DHCP renew IP-, so my questions are:
1. all the packages downloaded are gone?, can I restart the installation using all those packages downloaded?
2. where I can find the error or problem that cause that the installation was freezed?
3. in the case that installation needs to start from the beginning, can I use the package downloaded?
It seems there is a bug with F13Files send over Bluetooth to my WM phone are corrupted.When I send files, the Bluetooth transfer starts normal, then when the transfer finishes the window stays open (like it does not complete the transfer).I am unable to run or use that files on the WM (they are binary or data) so I assume they are corrupted. I have no problem with Ubuntu/Opensuse (I have a test disk with Ubuntu and OpenSuse) only with F13.
ok, so im pretty mad right now, i've tried to download the iso image of fedora 13 twice today and just to get the same error on both, it says the file is corrupted or it has been altered, the checksum isn't correct, so is it a problem with fedora or what? i downloaded both from their website. what can i do? i don't want to try just to get the same result.i finally got the iso ok, the solution? downloaded it on window$.
Prior to installing F11, I used fwbackups to archive some data to a bzip2 tarball. The archiving and compression went just fine. When I attempt to decompress the archive bunzip2 chokes with the following error:
bunzip2: Compressed file ends unexpectedly; perhaps it is corrupted? *Possible* reason follows. bunzip2: No such file or directory Input file = Backup-stuff-archive-2009-06-14_01-00.tar.bz2, output file = Backup-stuff-archive-2009-06-14_01-00.tar
It is possible that the compressed file(s) have become corrupted. You can use the -tvv option to test integrity of such files. You can use the `bzip2recover' program to attempt to recover data from undamaged sections of corrupted files. bunzip2: Deleting output file Backup-stuff-archive-2009-06-14_01-00.tar, if it exists. Now I'm fairly sure that the problem is a couple of zero length files (dead pipes or the like) have been included in the tarball and it seems that GNU tar and allied tools are braindamaged when it comes to zero length files in an archive, treating them as end of file markers. I've had this issue with a gzipped tarball. Alas bzip2recover is not an option as the archive is 106.1 gigabytes in size (I know, I know) and to handle a file of this size it requires recompiling.
Googling for an answer returns grim news. It seems that tarballs like this are forever borked. I was wondering if any of the gurus here can offer some advice. Can my poor Shrek of a tarball be salvaged or is he a hopeless case? The lesson I have learned is not to create HUGE archives. Also using tools like tar and bzip (or even gzip) may not the best idea when archiving/backing up.
I've got a couple of odd issues in my 64bit install of Fedora 12. Firstly, I get some sound corruption when playing mp3s, video, in fact any audio. The first time a video or mp3 runs it seems fine, but for a certain time after-woods all i hear is weird static popping noises (hard to describe) with none of the original audio present. The problem seems intermittent, and can also happen when say i fast forward music of videos. I had this same issue under Ubuntu, and happens in both Gnome and KDE.I just experimented with fast forwarding an MP3. If I click some place along the progress bar it works fine. If i drag the bar it then corrupts the sound.
I also have an issue with multiple applications accessing the audio device at the same time. This is an issue I did not have under Ubuntu. The first app will work fine and play the video or music. However any other apps i start up will not do anything. As an example, if I have ..... loaded in FIrefox and have played a video, and then I load a video in the movie player on my desktop, it will not play the video until i quit firefox. I have tried all sorts of options with pulseaudio, including switching the virtual device on for multiple playback, but to no avail.I have not tried the 32bit version to see if this is an issue with 64bit and my PC.
I untared a few libs on the wrong server (that's the when you're supposed to start laughing!) and I corrupted my server. Everytime it boots up, I get the following error:
/sbin/init: relocation error: /lib/tls/libc.so.6: symbol _dl_out_of_memory, version GLIBC_PRIVATE not defined in file ld-linux.so.2 with link time reference. Kernel panic - not syncing. Attempted to kill init!
I can I restore the original libs? I'm running RHEL 2.6.9-42 on a Proliant DL585.
I am attempting to copy files from one server to an external USB drive on a second server. Both servers are running custom RedHat Linux, kernel 2.6. Both are setup as Check Point SecurePlatform (one is a log server and the other a management server). I am trying to archive files from one (HP DL380 G5) to the second (HP DL380 G6). I am not able to archive directly to the external usb drive when connected to the HP DL380 G5 (data gets corrupted and switches to read-only access). The external USB drive has no issues when connected to the HP DL380 G6 server, thus my reason for trying to copy the files across servers.
When I attempt to use scp to copy files between the server, I am prompted for the password. Once entered the debug shows the authentication is successful, but then no files are copied (see log below). I have tried searching for potential answers, but none have panned out. Unfortunately I can't yet post the actual scp debug log output as some of the text is viewed as a URL and not yet allowed for me. I have changed all the atsign symbols to '(a)' to avoid the URL inference.
Output log from scp attempt follows: [Expert(a)server1]# scp -p -r -v /var/fromhere/* copyfile(a)server2:/media/disk/tohere/ Executing: program /usr/bin/ssh host server2, user copyfile, command scp -v -r -p -d -t /media/disk/tohere/ OpenSSH_3.6.1p2, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x0090707f debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config debug1: Applying options for * debug1: Rhosts Authentication disabled, originating port will not be trusted. debug1: Connecting to server2 [192.168.10.3] port 22. debug1: Connection established. debug1: identity file /root/.ssh/identity type -1 ..... debug1: Exit status 1 lost connection [Expert(a)server1]#
I have a PC with three partitions: C, D, E. The C: and D: partition are NTFS and C: has Windows XP on it. D: holds my data files and folders in the Windows environment. E: has CentOS version 5.x. The machine is dual bootable. When booting up Grub gave me the options to boot to CentOS (by default) or to boot into Win XP (by selecting it).
Recently I used Partition Magic to resize the D: partition. I shrank the D: partition. The freed space space was then used to create a new NTFS partition.
After the partitioning was completed, I rebooted the machine. But now Grub is having a problem. It does not display the list of of bootable OS options any more. Instead there is just a black screen with the prompt:
What am I supposed to do here?
I am afraid that after I ran Partition Magic somehow Grub is messed up. How do I recover the previous boot options? Or at the minimum, how do I make the the machine to boot into Windows XP?
Is there a stand-alone SWF viewer I can use to view downloaded SWF files on Fedora please? I know there's a browser plugin, but it does not have any controls to pause or rewind the file - it just plays the SWF file from start to end. I've tried using Mplayer, but it does not appear to support playing SWF files.
It's a newbie question that has probably already been answered hundreds of times, but Google didn't help me. How can I install an application I've downloaded from the internet?I know I can easily install software with the terminal (apt-get, yum etc.) and that there is also a package manager. But still I'd like to know how to install an application I've downloaded with the browser. I've downloaded Thunderbird from this link URL...and after unpacking, I have a folder called 'thunderbird'. Now, what do I have to do to install the application?
I'm not actually concerned with installing Thunderbird anymore because when I typed 'thunderbird' in the terminal, it told me that it isn't installed and if it should be installed. I replied 'y' and some minutes later (slow internet connection...) it was installed and ready to use..
How do I know the time and date of a file downloaded from the net. Is it possible at all? If I want to know when the downloaded file such as a text file was created ie written by the author if not mentioed at all in the entire document. The command I use locally to know file creation time is given below.
Code: ls -l filename.txt -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 691 Dec 3 11:12 filename.txt
this seems to keep downloaded packages. in the dir specified at:
the next time i wish to use these packages and install them, how would i use yum to do this or do i just use rpm instead ? Would it be necessary to connect to the internet to do this? What about those package dependencies will i have to install them all one at a time?
I have fedora 12 (amd64) on desktop. I was wondering if there a way to backup and restore all my downloaded updates since installation?! In the same manner that debian has aptoncd. I am planning to migrate on all data to a new partition with clean install and then just move the updates there.
I am very new to linux. I just got the dual boot working a couple of days ago. Now I downloaded MATLAB (2009b) from my university website. It came in a zip file...well I have no clue how to install it. I looked at the instruction manual, it doesn't really explain much.
I downloaded all the nvidia modules from yum repos. Now fedora will not boot. Seems to fail as xwindows starts. How I can undo those modules from the live disk? I've tried removing blacklists from etc/modprobe.d. and the .ko files from /lib/kernel/drivers//. My next alternative is to do what the windows lot do. Backup and re-install.
Thereś trouble with my keyboard and since no body is able to help iḿ thinking of reinstalling.I like to know if fedora keeps a cache of downloaded packages so that it can save me the bandwidth after i reinstall??
I've got something or someone downloading from me, probably scraping, and i can't figure out WHAT is using all of my bandwidth, and WHERE it's coming from.I don't know what SERVICE its from (eg, is this an apache request, or DNS DOS), what FILES are being accessed (if any, eg apache requests/scrape), and what IP is requesting them.My apache logs isn't showing anything that makes me thing i'm being scrapped. I'm kinda stuck in a brain fart right now and can't remember how to track this down, but the long and short is that all of my band width is being consumed, and 1 of my CPU cores is staying maxed out ("top" says that it's the avahi service).I've shut off the following services 1 by 1 to see if any of them would cause a drop in network usage, and none of them did:
I have downloaded the live media for Fedora 14 to an 11gb partition of my hard drive. After that I cannot figure out how to install it. I have previously had ubuntu linux earlier this year, but had a bad experience when I downloaded a boot loader for it.