I have installed Monodevelop using Software Manager in Linux Mint 17. It seems like all went okay but nothing was working. It turns out that missing dependencies was the culprit. To fix it do the following:
Monday, October 27, 2014
Sunday, October 26, 2014
In Debian, the user created during installation is not automatically added to the sudoers list. To fix do:
- Change to root user by typing su in a terminal.
- As root, do visudo.
- Search for line root ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL.
- Copy that line (in nano, do Ctrl+K then Ctrl+U to uncut and on more Ctrl+U to duplicate the line).
- Change that new line to like timus ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL. This adds user timus to the sudoers.
I just installed latest Debian Sid/Jessie (testing branch-10/25/2014) and selected LXDE as my desktop environment via network install. The problem was that no start menu or status bar was shown. Seems like a bug somewhere in LXDE but as a workaround do:
As root user, do:
Saturday, October 25, 2014
So I was trying to install Debian Jessie beta 2 (Debian 8) and was not really paying attention what I was doing. It ended up that I don't grub installed.So who do you fix this? As usual in Linux/Debian there so many ways to do this but below are the steps that I have done:
- Boot the machine using the boot media, I was using debian-jessie-DI-b2-amd64-netinst.iso and yes I am using VirtualBox.
- Select Advanced options | Rescue mode.
- Follow text based wizard, change the values as you see fit. I did English for Select a language. Then United States for Select your location. American English for Configure the keyboard. Used debian in Configure the network - note that this does not have to match to the machine that you want to recover. Left blank for the domain. Then for Configure the clock I selected Central.
- In Enter rescue mode, I have selected /dev/sda1 as I only have one SATA HD and I know that the first partition was my root. You probably to make guesses if you want to do quick and dirty fix. Of course you can always mount the partition and check if it looks like a root partition.
- In Enter rescue mode, second screen, select Reinstall GRUB boot loader.
- In Enter rescue mode, third screen, I did /dev/sda. This will change depending on your specific circumstance. In my scenario it was easy as it was a VM and it was the only operating system on the disk.
- Select Reboot the system and you are done.
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Or create ~/.ipython/profile_default/ipython_config.py Reference(s):