A month ago, my HP Mini 1035NR, with a Windows XP system died. Since then, it won't boot into Windows. I tried installing Ubuntu via a bootable USB with no luck. I have finally been able to create a working bootable USB running the Gnome version of Open Suse 11.3.
Aside from not picking up my ethernet connection to the Internet, my bigger issue is I can't install Open Suse from the USB. I get a message when I try to install that there may not be enough memory and it hangs at the section where you choose your time zone. I would like to install the latest version of Open Suse with KDE. Is there anything else I can do?
I want to install latest version from DVD onto my second harddrive. I tried it myself yesterday but ended up with a bootloader I didn't want, and some alterations on my windows 7 disk. It took me a while to restore the windows bootloader and I don't want to do it again. how to proceed to install a fresh copy on opensuse/kde on my second harddrive without it touching my first (I can select bootdevice from bios function). Both are currently formatted as NTFS and the second (target) drive is empty.
I'm looking to upgrade squid 3.0.x to the latest version 3.1.x. Is there a way of doing it without losing the current configuration ? The installed version was done using the binary package (rpm) and not compiled from a tar package.
OpenSuse 11.2 This link shows that gdb-7.2-61.1.x86_64.rpm is the latest version of GDB, but when I do: zypper install gdb, the version 6.8.x gets installed! The following result is after forceful refreshment:
I'm on Debian stable, I want to know if I could continue on Debian stable but install the latest version of KDE (5.6.1) without moving to testing or unstable. I want to install KDE latest (5.6.1) without having to have all of my other installs to be potentially unstable.
I use openSUSE 11.4 64 bits with KDE. For a specific reason (incompatibility with our internal revenue website) I'll have to downgrade to the latest stable FireFox version, 3.6 or something. I however do not know how to :
1. find this repository
2. when found, install it over my current 4.0.1 version.
When I use apt-get to install Samba the latest version is 3.0.26??????. The current stable version is 3.4.5 and 3.5 is about ready to be released. Is there anywhere I can get a deb package any newer that the one in APT? or will I have to compile from source?
now initially, i had installed luckybackup from the ubuntu repository using sudo apt-get install luckybackup. but it was an old version (0.3.5 i think) so i removed it using sudo apt-get remove luckybackup. I also removed the folder /usr/share/luckybackup/translations and all its contents. but i still get this problem.
Linux 220.127.116.11-0.2-default x86_64SUSE 11.1many sites keep calling for the latest version of flash to be installed?There are no updates?i have flash-player 10.0.42.34-0.2.1 installed but for i586 must have been via updateandflash plugin for player 10 10.42.34-releaseI am asked in Konqueror and firefox.Any ideas what flash players should be installed and from what repositoriespackman is first with 20 priority.
which gives me a deadbeef folder in my home folder with latest version therein. next steps are
i installed automake all six versions in the synaptic as some are different as to what they can do. also libtool, gettext and this is what i get any thoughts? am i missing a program or 2 to install from git?
I am new to Ubuntu, I installed the latest version and when I turn it on I get like a distortion of the screen, I would gladly post a picture of it but I have no where to post it here. I am running Amd Opteron 175 with DFI Expert and GeForce 7800GT I made a partition on my Vista. I uploaded the pictures as you can see it has the distorted window in background and it just sits there saying 128%.
Does anybody have a Slackbuild script which delivers a version of Digikam more recent that 1.2 (which is what is on offer in Slackbuild.org) ? I have had that installed for some time and it works well (apart from geotagging which seems to be only partially developed) but the Digikam website has released 1.9 (stable) and 2.0 (quite advanced beta).
If anybody has successfully packaged any later versions for Slackware I would be grateful for information. Otherwise I will start building myself.
In my F12 box,whenever I open ..... in firefox, it says either Java is disable OR install latest version of Adobe flash player. I checked in firefox prefrences menu and and there I see already Java / java-script checkbox in checked for enable and along with it I have the latest flash player installed as per the manual install suggested by the missing plugin notifier.