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As Ramhound suggested in a comment, I've rolled back to the previous version. Luckily, I still had the package in /var/cache/apt/archives, so I just installed it with sudo dpkg -i. If anyone else is looking for the package, I've hosted it here. This is version 43.0.2357.81-1, as provided by the Google PPA, with no modifications. As mentioned in the ...
I was responsible for three Ubuntu servers and half a dozen Ubuntu clients in my previous job. We used Puppet for managing mass updates and upgrades, among other things. It is a complex piece of software that takes quite a bit of learning -- they even have official courses and certification exams for administrators, so I would not recommend it unless you are ...
You can do that easily. You'll need an extra ubuntu or lubuntu ISO image. Extract Wubi.exe from the ISO file and put the ISO file and the Wubi.exe at drive C. Then run Wubi and install Ubuntu. After it finishes installation don't restart your computer. Goto C://Ubuntu/install/boot, then replace these 3 files: VMLINUZ INITRD.LZ MD5SUM with the same files ...
Here is what i tried and succeded, Logoff. Enter in guest mode Delete caja folder from .cache folder in your home/ Restart again OR crtl+alt+t==> terminal delete the same via terminal command sudo rm -r <cajafolder> Restart again you can also try deleting the .cache folder entirely via any of those two methods. Hope this helps Thanks
It is my understanding (see this Launchpad bug report) that pmsuspended guests could only be woken up via CLI (not from GUI), via the following command: virsh dompmwakeup 2 As far as I know, this bug has not been corrected yet, but at least the CLI command works, it certainly does on my Kubuntu host.
You can use the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor (chntpw) bootdisk, or since you have Linux installed already simply use the static linked binaries instead. Be sure to read the documentation and walkthrough first.
Oh, all I needed to do is not to set DISPLAY property. It is correctly set in xterm so I just connected to remote host and started xclock and that correctly worked!
Open the system's disk utility (gnome-disks), from there it is possible to remove mountable icons from the desktop.
After restarting my PC I'm not able to view eth0:1 IP address through ipconfig command. Ipconfig is a Windows command, you are probably thinking of ifconfig. Still, ifconfig is an obsolete command: you should try instead ip link show ip addr show and check whether it shows up now. If it does (I do not have a CentOS system to check your ...
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