I can't install filezilla. I've searched and written the line (sorry can't emember what it was exactly) in terminal, but it didn't find filezilla. I then found another thread and tried writing as shown by aysiu in the screen grab. But, it got to 99% and then after ages said it couldn't finish (see screenshot).
When installing build-essential and ubuntu-restricted-extras the internet connection was interrupted. How can I force re-installation in terminal? I'm looking all over for the commands but I can't find them. If i just type "sudo apt-get install build-essential ubuntu-restricted-extras" it returns the message that they are both up to date. I know one of them was interrupted and needs to be finished.
while upgrading to Lucid, I got the following error:
dpkg: Fehler beim Bearbeiten von /var/cache/apt/archives/dbus_1.2.16-2ubuntu4_i386.deb (--unpack):
unable to open '/lib/dbus-1.0/dbus-daemon-launch-helper.dpkg-new': No such file or directory I tried to just add the dpkg-new extension to the existing /lib/dbus-1.0/dbus-daemon-launch-helper - to no avail. How can I finish installing dbus?
installed filezilla on the virtual server. It fails on my laptop:
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package filezilla
Code: Select allaptitude search filezilla and Code: Select allapt-cache search filezilla brings up nothing.
I assume I must simply add the apt repository. I have only managed to find a repo for Ubuntu at [URL] ..... I don't know the differences (if any) between packages in Ubuntu and Debian but since the repo describes itself as having been ported from Debian, I assume there are differences.
I have downloaded the filezilla package from the Filezilla site [URL] ...., but every reference I find to installing Filezilla on Debian discusses apt-get so this is my preferred option.
create a VM here with virsh. I've managed to create the XML file and got it to work properly, however running it is the problem. These are the errors I get error: Failed to start domain Cent-OS, internal error process exited while connecting to monitor: open /dev/kvm: No such file or directory ,Could not initialize KVM, will disable KVM support qemu: could not open disk image /media/55D123D9E79ABF54/VM/Cent-OS-5.5.img: Permission denied
Yesterday after trying to remove KDE and noticing that it started removing a bunch of Gnome packages as well, I've managed to fix most of the damage. I still have one thing left. To install a .rpm package I have to do it via command line as root. If I try just double clicking it now it doesn't prompt me for the root password, then it just says, "Failed to authenticate" and doesn't finish. Also I used to be able to scale the frequency of my CPUs with the applets on the Gnome panel. When I would select a different frequency it would prompt me for the root password, then change accordingly. Now when I click it nothing happens. Can somebody tell me if there's a gconf setting or a package that was removed that could cause this?
I was downloading a new OS on my computer, it was going to be a dual boot, and then my computer froze. When I restarted my computer I couldn't boot my old OS or install the new OS. When I go to recovery mode I don't know what to do, it says to either enter the root password or press ctrl+d to skip the recovery. How do I enter the root pass? Just entering the pass by itself makes it says 'bash: no job control in this shell'
The Ubuntu version I want to install is Server 10.04 LTS 64-bit. My new machine does not have a CD-ROM drive, so I had to install Ubuntu via USB flash drive.
After following Ubuntu official website instruction and use "Universal USB Installer" to "burn" iso images into USB drive, I could boot Ubuntu via USB smoothly.
However, after going to the installation menu, hitting ESC key twice to enter the command prompt screen, then typing "install modules=ppp-udeb" and going through the installation process, the installer just didn't try to probe my pppoe connection and there is nowhere to set pppoe config. Also my NIC cable had already connected to the pppoe device.
would like a word if it just simply doesn't work on a Samsung netbook? I tried both the netbook and desktop ubuntu using the provided ISO burner to boot in USB. Set the USB to be read first but it's just only a blank black screen. I've tried re-downloading and re-burning the ISO.
I just switched over to Ubuntu this week due to problems with my previous OS. I have an M-audio Keystation 88es that I was using with Live 8.1.1 on Windows XP, but when I tried to install Live on the new OS I couldn't. Is there an Ubuntu compatible software/drivers that will allow me to manage/play my midi keyboard? I've tried a few programs but with no luck so far
I'm trying to install Semantik 0.7.3 on OpenSUSE 11.2 and having difficulties with the dependencies. Here's the last message my terminal spit out on my attempt to start building:
--A whole bunch of stuff the forum apparently won't let me post because it thinks it's URLs and I'm too new--
error: could not open /usr/share/kde4/apps/cmake/modules/KDELibsDependencies.cmake --End
I'd had some problems with dependencies on the way to this message and installed gcc and g++ successfully to solve them. But now it's telling me can't find KDELibsDependencies.cmake. I've checked it out - it's not in the directory. After installing cmake, I'm kind of at the end of my wits - I just don't know where to look further.
Another hint that seems to be connected with it: As I was trying to install rkward 0.5.3 (also today) it had problems with cmake too:
CMake Error at /usr/share/cmake/Modules/FindKDE4.cmake:84 (MESSAGE): ERROR: cmake/modules/FindKDE4Internal.cmake not found in /home/erget/.kde4/share/apps;/usr/share/kde4/apps;/etc/kde4/share/apps Call Stack (most recent call first):
I installed vsftpd and edited the config. file according to the instructions. I restarted the process. I then installed FileZilla.
I input 127.0.0.1 as my host name, my username and password, and port 21. Connection is successful for a few minutes until I get a 421 Timeout and the connection closes.
While still connected, I have attempted to run the network configuration wizard, only to find a few hitches. The furthest I got was when I had the wizard acquire my IP address from the website (I do have a dynamic IP), and when I manually input port 50000-50050 for it to use, because I have forwarded them on my router.
The test gets quite far, and only fails at this juncture: Response: 150 opening data connection Response: 503 Failure of data connection. Server sent unexpected reply. Connection closed
What could be going on? I double-checked that my ISP allows FTP on port 21, and all seems good to go.
Ive just insalled Ubuntu 9.10 and installed Filezilla from the Ubuntu Software Centre, however this is only version 184.108.40.206. How do I update this to 3.3.2? Ive downloaded the tar.bz2 file and extracted it in Downloads but how I do install it from here?
I'm on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid. At the moment, the current version of filezilla in the software center is 3.3.1. That version has some known bugs, and the current version of filezilla at their website is 3.3.3 (released more than a month ago). How can i update filezilla? FIlezilla tells me to use software manager, but 3.3.3 isn't there yet. Moreover, they only release the source code without a deb package..