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Running vmware-config-tools.pl should fix this - the issue may return on reboot, in which case you could automate the running of this script at startup, or find a way to better integrate the changes it makes.


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Basically, the apache2 package just provides a part of the Apache2 infrastructure, and doesn't contain the binary files. As you run the apache2 command, the shell told you in which package that binary is located (in apache2-bin), but it doesn't mean that that's the only package you have to install. In my raspberry pi architecture, the apache2 package ...


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Check the graphics card driver. Open the terminal and type: ubuntu-drivers devices The output of ubuntu-drivers devices will show a list of graphics card drivers from the Ubuntu repositories that are compatible with your laptop. I would expect that fglrx would be the right proprietary graphics card driver to install for a Radeon APU A4-6000 with R2 ...


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You don't need to search for any other files to install PyCUDA. PyCUDA's dependencies will be resolved automatically if you open the terminal and type: sudo apt-get install python-pycuda python-pycuda is a Python module to access Nvidia‘s CUDA parallel computation API. PyCUDA lets you access Nvidia‘s CUDA parallel computation API from Python.


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I'm testing on Ubuntu 12.04 with X.Org X Server 1.11.3. I tried Johan's solution and it appeared at first to work, but I found on my system the text after "local:" was being ignored. The result was that all local users were given access to my X session rather than one user. The magic I found worked was: xhost +SI:localuser:masi Replace the portion after ...


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Mine got lost on Linux Mint. I spent time Googling. I finally noticed that it has slipped up in the next tool bar, and by clicking on the vertical dots, I was able to drag it back in its own row below the other toolbar.


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local seem to be some kind of reserved keyword, at least on Ubuntu: address=/local/127.0.0.1 -- doesn't work. address=/loc/127.0.0.1 -- works.


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Follow these steps which will allow you to use Ubuntu as if it is connected physically to the host OS. Use Bridged Adapter: Choose your host network interface in the drop down. Disable DHCP and use a static IP: 1- From the top of the screen select the network icon, next to the clock and volume, then click Edit Connections. 2- From the window ...



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