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~$ xrandr ~$ cvt 1366 768 60 ~$ xrandr --newmode "1368x768_60.00" 85.25 1368 1440 1576 1784 768 771 781 798 -hsync +vsync ~$ xrandr --addmode VGA1 "1368x768_60.00" ~$ xrandr --output VGA1 --mode "1368x768_60.00" solved my problem


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As Chirag64 already said in the commentary: You have to configure your router and cofiguration highly depends on the model. To put things with port forwarding clear: Typically, an application that runs on a system and wants to act as a server sets up a listen on this client. It chooses an network interface on the machine it runs (or uses them all) and a ...


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I had the same problem - on a Gentoo box - where I can login as a normal user only but needed to use agent forwarding for the root account. From man su: ‘-m’ ‘-p’ ‘--preserve-environment’ Do not change the environment variables HOME, USER, LOGNAME, or SHELL. Run the shell given in the environment variable SHELL instead of the shell from ...


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For JSON.pm on ubuntu system, you should install libjson-perl package: apt-get install libjson-perl You can find which ubuntu package holds your file thanks to: apt-file search JSON.pm


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I also looked up information on several sites about the multiple programs in use. From what I found in some cases minor program changes had to be made, different versions, some had to make a program change on 8.1. All information I obtained was from the individual sites and chat help sites of each program listed. I wasn't sure if I could drop the links or ...


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If you can't get it recognized by the virtual environment, you might look into the Quartus's ability to remotely program over a TCP/IP connection to the computer where the USB Blaster driver (and Quartus Programming service) is.


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Looking up the DE2 on Altera's website, it appears that it connects to your computer via USB. Remember that a virtual machine is effectively a whole separate computer, with its own (virtual) network interface and its own (virtual) USB ports. Initially, your DE2 is plugged into the Windows host computer, not the VM. There should be a menu option in ...



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