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comment Run Mediawiki on a W7 Workstation
My sys-ad said he'll get one running for me on a server. But your solution looks like what i asked for. Thanks for that. I may end up trying if the wiki never shows up being a low priority...
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comment Run Mediawiki on a W7 Workstation
Thanks Darius...I'll look into your other wiki ideas.
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asked Display variable for headless machine to avoid display errors
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comment symbolic link to /usr/local/bin not running the program unless logged in as su
I think I solved my issue by setting the permissions on the eclipse parent and the env variable which tells eclipse where the it's root dir is. I can't confirm until I try locally. Thank JMG for the edits.
Jun
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comment symbolic link to /usr/local/bin not running the program unless logged in as su
It seems I might have solved my problem as noted in my comments to my question. I'll check it out in person first. I did echo $PATH originally. Thanks for your thoughts.
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comment symbolic link to /usr/local/bin not running the program unless logged in as su
It appears there's an environment variable and I'm working on this via ssh without X11 working.
Jun
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comment symbolic link to /usr/local/bin not running the program unless logged in as su
I changed the permission on the /opt/eclipse dir from 754 to 755 which now gives a different error when trying to start eclipse as regular user: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Eclipse:eclipse The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared library. The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared library.
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comment Linux screen program: determining the communication details of a working connection
It turns out that com settings were not the cause of my problem. pySerial is a pretty good test of what connections parameters work, or what they do.
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comment Linux screen program: determining the communication details of a working connection
The man pges state that when connected to a device, such as ttya, the com protocols are guessed by the driver and stored in a previous connection file. My installation ( Mint 13 ) does not have a .screenrc file in my home, nor can I find one yet.
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asked Linux screen program: determining the communication details of a working connection
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comment add group to /dev/ttyUSB*, Ubuntu 10.02
interesting fact...I'm actually using PySerial to communicate with a step motor ( device above on /dev/ttyUSB0 ) and PySerial connects with the interface everytime...I don't really need screen but am such a newbie I could still use some help...
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