General :: Can't Open File/abcd/configFiles/vim/syntax/syntax.vim?

Mar 7, 2011

When ever i open vim, i get the error that the following error: E484: Can't open file/abcd/configFiles/vim/syntax/syntax.vim There was a .vimrc file in my home folder that i have removed.

Still i keep getting the same error. Presently in my home folder there is no .gvimrc or .vimrc file.

But still i keep getting the same error. I am not too sure where this file is mentioned.

Background info: The SHELL has been changed from tcsh to bash Earlier i had created a .vimrc file in tcsh, i have removed the .vimrc in bash SHELL.

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General :: SUSE 10 Syslog-ng Syntax - Bash: Syntax Error Near Unexpected Token "("

Apr 20, 2011

I am a Novell (now defunct) CNE tring to learn Linux and am having a lot of trouble finding out where the WB 6-6 is wrong in the syntax for adding local4... the the syslog-ng config file. In the instructions there are discrepancies between commas and simi-comma, they are both in the statements in no particular order. there is no pattern to them. Here is what the book shows:

filter f_local4debug { level(debug) and facility(local4); };

When I try to input this in the Gnome terminal window to try and find out where it goes wrong I get the following: -bash: syntax error near unexpected token "(" If I can get the correct syntax I belive I can use the info to get past the rest of this portion of the lesson. I am desperate to learn Linux as the only jobs out there for a Novell CNE are migrations to MS, which really sucks, since MS really really sucks.

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Jul 11, 2010

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Jan 19, 2011

I have been trying to get the following code to run.


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Mar 9, 2011

I have inherited our Linux packaging and as the number of versions increase, the number of conflicts is starting to get a bit unmanageable. I believe the easiest way would have been to keep the package names the same and just change the release in the spec file but unfortunately I am past that as a lot of these packages are rolled out to our estate. (I am told there were reasons for not keeping the package name the same and incrementing the version/release)

Is it possible to wildcard conflicts so I don't need to keep adding as new versions are created. For example, instead of using all the conflicts below, have something along the lines of AAtest45* <= 1.4 & BBtest45* <= 1.4 Meaning that all I would need to do was change this to 1.5 at the next release (the packages below version matched the release in the spec file)


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Sep 15, 2010

I was learning to write a make file, I could understand most part of it of course with few exception I dint understand what does the below commands make(red font). I would like to understand what those syntax represent rather than mugging up without knowing what it means.

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Jan 4, 2011

I've read and read & am still no smarter. I've tried to make a persistent partition(one that mounts whenever I boot/login). Either I don't have the right file or syntax, I've given up and need help. Please tell me exactly which file to edit and the proper syntax to put there. The partition on my machine I want to do this for is "sdb2" uuid "02f5852a-c3e2-47e8-b1dd-93592f1f87ee" label "archives"

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Mar 14, 2011

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$ ffmpeg -i file01.avi -vb 750k -s 432x336 file01.vb750.432x336.mp4

After conversion :
file01.vb750.432x336.mp4 - 432x336, 302Mb.

If I alter the output file dimensions to 352x272 I then get a file size of 301MB, which is just 1MB less than the file of dimensions 432x336 ? I had expected size to be 30-40MB lower. I do not want to compromise quality by reducing the bitrate to below 750 kb/s so how can I alter the ffmpeg command syntax to get a considerably smaller file size with video dimensions 352x272 ? I would like to use the default codecs and avoid x264 for the mean time.

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Oct 4, 2010

I have compiled both gocr and subtitleripper from [URL] and I am running into a problem with one of the scripts run from subtitleripper: pgm2txt. The error is:


andrew@skamandros~/Desktop/Labyrinth/subtitles$ pgm2txt -f en fauno
/usr/bin/pgm2txt: line 165: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `"'
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Apr 12, 2010

I have a bash script giving me the following error:


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Mar 10, 2010

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# Neither of these works in Mac OS X
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How do I write this command so that it will run on Mac OS X (and hopefully on Linux too)?

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Mar 7, 2011

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Jun 18, 2011

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Apr 29, 2011

What is wrong with the following ldif file :

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dn: cn=Manager,dc=mydomain
objectclass: organizationalRole
cn: Manager

Because I get following output :
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I'm working on reorganizing my .bashrc. I moved my aliases to .bash_aliases (which is sourced by .bashrc, but I can't figure out how to enable syntax highlighting for this file. vim seems unable to figure out what language the file is in. It works fine for .bashrc.

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Okay, now MySQL is just being (even more) difficult. Prior to boot's starting MySQL, I notice the line

/etc/rc2.d/S19mysql: line 132: syntax error near unexpected token ')'
Near?? Line 132 consists of


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May 4, 2010

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Dec 1, 2010

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Oct 20, 2010

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