Firstly, I do not know how to install it on Windows 10 laptop.
It uses Maven.
Secondly, as there is no documentation for this package, I want to know how to discover what all can be done with this package and how?
There is documentation for this package, and this API. Check out the README.md ...
Why do you want to install it without having to manually change compatibility settings? Are you going to distribute it? If so, that is probably infringing on someone's copyright.
You can write some software that creates a registry key to ensure the program will be run in compatibility mode or you can run 2 DOS commands, one to create the registry value and ...
I recently ran into this issue. I'm 99% positive that you were trying to boot via UEFI, which the minimal installation media does not support, see https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-1050124-start-0.html.
I would recommend using a system rescue cd, or just simply install using another distro's live cd.
Addition: Instead of deleting the sim command in the makefile you can replace the line octave --silent --persist simulation_script.m with wscript.exe "...your-octave-path-including...\octave.vbs" --silent --persist --gui simulation_script.m,
where everything after .exe is to be entered in Windows Style (Colon,Backslashes etc.). That should save ...
First of all: cool tool! But also, leaving only about two lines for Windows users is almost malevolent. The steps below led me to success:
activate the "Windows Subsystem for Linux" feature (control panel\all control panel items\programs and features) and install (f.e.) the Ubuntu app from the microsoft store.
The following steps are to be ...
I managed to get visual studio code to work by building libstdc++.so.6 from scratch.
Note that my CentOS 7 system's architecture was x86_64.
I roughly followed the steps at https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/InstallingGCC. Here are the commands I ran to build libstdc++.so.6 from gcc 7.1.0 source:
sudo yum install gcc gcc-c++ # Installs gcc and g++ 4.8.5
Rise of the Tomb Raider for Windows is distributed using the Microsoft Store and Steam on Windows.
The Store version entry would not be where you're looking. Simply right-click in Start menu and select Uninstall. Alternatively, you can also go to the new Settings app and do it from there.
The Steam version would show up where you're looking, but display ...
I had the exact same problem. It looked like vnc was already running but I couldn't see it.
Open the terminal
Execute this exact command: sudo /Library/vnc/vncserver -QuitOnCloseStatusDialog
This will make the already running vnc visible in the status bar.
I hope it works for you.
The OP (who may still actually be alive) asked for someone to "briefly explain the process of creating and installing images of Linux systems." There are many such processes. To keep it "brief," we should perhaps try to narrow it down.
The title specifies that this is to be an image of a running Linux system. My understanding is that an ...
Solved in new Git for Windows version: https://github.com/git-for-windows/git/releases/tag/v2.33.0.windows.2
A bug affecting older Windows versions that caused the installer to show the >error message "Could not call proc" was fixed.