so basically guys , i installed linuxmint cinnamon 19.1 today first time using linux ever and i liked it so much except i couldnt install any software i tried snaps but in linuxmint there’s no gnome so i had to do it the terminal way and once it says installed i wouldnt find it in the menu or anywhere else but when i give the command : snap list , i can obviously see the software there. also there are so many errors that appears to me in different occasions when installing a new software…..in a nutshell guys, i need someone to help me deal w the terminal thing urgently pleaaaseee thnx in advance
Estou com problemas neste momento de mexer com o git e github.
When installing Kubuntu 18.10 and 19.04, I have run into the issue of seeing a grub error message “couldn’t find suitable memory target” and then after the kernel starts there is kernel panic message of “not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount rooot fs on unknown-block(0,0)” When I downgrade to Kubuntu 17.04 everthing works.
My computer is running a asrock x99 extreme6 with >32G ram with a E5-2690v3 Xeon cpu. The bios is a full UEFI bios with CSM disabled. I have only 1 SSD present in the system and have removed all other storage devices (except for the installation USB drive). I am clicking through the install procedure to make the installation as generic as possible.
I have managed to figure out that the initramfs images of the newer OS distributions are greater than 55M where the the 17.04 Distro initramfs is 41M. Searching around I have found that this is a problem if /boot is full and the kernel is unable to load the initramfs image. However, I am installing from a liveUSB and there are no issues booting the liveUSB and installing from the USB. I have successfully installed 19.04 on my laptop which has 16G of ram and is an older i7.
What does “couldn’t find suitable memory target” actually mean and if its a lack of memory issue, how do I increase the amount of ram for the initramfs image. I am stumped on why the kernel is unable to load the root file system when the UUID is correctly specified via the installer.
What more information can I provide to help properly solve this problem. A google search shows this coming up in previous and much older releases, however, the solutions provided there do not work for my current problem manifestation.
I am not dual booting my desktop but I AM dual booting my laptop that is running Kubuntu 19.04
клонировал django проект с гитхаба. На пк на котором изначально велась разработка все работало. Клонировал, создал виртуальное окружение в pycharm. Скачал django. Ввожу python manage.py migrate и получаю следующее:
File “manage.py”, line 16 ) from exc ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax
тогда попробывал ввести python3 manage.py migrate и получил уже немного другую ошибку:
Traceback (most recent call last): File “manage.py”, line 10, in main from django.core.management import execute_from_command_line ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘django’
The above exception was the direct cause of the following exception:
Traceback (most recent call last): File “manage.py”, line 21, in main() File “manage.py”, line 16, in main ) from exc ImportError: Couldn’t import Django. Are you sure it’s installed and available on your PYTHONPATH environment variable? Did you forget to activate a virtual environment?
Как это исправить?
I unsubscribe and they are back the next day. Have they gone nuts? They never stop sending promotional email almost everyday. These are the people we know well in the IM world. Not every guru though. What do I do now?
when i opened the capture log i found nothing from the page other than this when i first tried to visit it using Http only …. and then i get that security Warning and i click proceed to unsafe anyway i still get nothing from that page although i have the root debugging certificate installed using HttpCanary
I have macOS Catalina Beta on MacBook Pro and iPadOS Beta on my iPad. When I try to connect, I always get The device timed out. How can I get this to work
I’m trying to use seahorse to generate a PGP key. When I hit ok then it returns aerror Couldn’t generate PGP Key, not found error
What would I need to do to fix this?
In my Android phone, I’m trying to add a work email account to use Hangouts, but I keep getting an error with message:
Couldn’t log in the selected account. Please check your account password and try again
The only two options are: Cancel or Try Again.
When I choose the option Try again, I continue to go in circle. Has anyone have seen this issue before? Please keep in mind that while I’m getting this error, I’m in Google Gmail and Calendar.nks.
I’m using a XPS 8900 to install Ubuntu on. When I press “something else”, the installer gets stuck loading forever. The only error message I can find is
kernel: tpm_crb MSFT0101:00: [Firmware Bug]: ACPI region does not cover the entire command/response buffer. [mem 0xfed40000-0xfed4087f flags 0x201] vs fed40080 f80 kernel: tpm_crb MSFT0101:00: [Firmware Bug]: ACPI region does not cover the entire command/response buffer. [mem 0xfed40000-0xfed4087f flags 0x201] vs fed40080 f80and I have no idea what to do. Any help is appreciated.
Edit: Also Just noticed that the screen is frozen after about 10-20 minutes of loading.