SP 2013 New Installation Error no URL “_catalogs/masterpage/minimal.master

Following Error MSG i get https://imgur.com/a/aLj9Pan Following Error from OSC Diagnostics https://pastebin.com/66reqrYK

Firewall is deactivated Prerequisites run Smooth Farmadmin is local Admin and sysadmin on DB setup Started on Powershell Sharepoint Binaries are new installed

The DB are created on the SQL Server (AdminContent, SP_Config)

SP 2013 New Installation Error no URL “_catalogs/masterpage/minimal.master

Following Error MSG i get https://imgur.com/a/aLj9Pan Following Error from OSC Diagnostics https://pastebin.com/66reqrYK

Firewall is deactivated Prerequisites run Smooth Farmadmin is local Admin and sysadmin on DB setup Started on Powershell Sharepoint Binaries are new installed

The DB are created on the SQL Server (AdminContent, SP_Config)

Anaconda installation modifying .bash_profile on Mac OS X

I installed Anaconda on my Mac (Mojave) and now whenever I start a shell it automatically activates the conda environment. This was totally fine until I realized some of the commands in my .bashrc were not being executed on startup. In particular, I had increased HISTSIZE and HISTFILESIZE but they always seemed to be stuck at their default values of 500. After some googling, I learnt that because of my anaconda installation, it was my .bash_profile that was being used on startup and not .bashrc. This is what my .bash_profile looks like (see below), just adding commands from my .bashrc file (e.g., HISTFILESIZE=100000) to the top of my .bash_profile appears to do nothing. Any suggestions on what I am doing wrong? Thanks!

# Setting PATH for Python 3.7 # The original version is saved in .bash_profile.pysave PATH="/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.7/bin:$  {PATH}" export PATH # added by Anaconda3 2019.07 installer # >>> conda init >>> # !! Contents within this block are managed by 'conda init' !! __conda_setup="$  (CONDA_REPORT_ERRORS=false '/anaconda3/bin/conda' shell.bash hook 2> /dev/null)" if [ $  ? -eq 0 ]; then     \eval "$  __conda_setup" else     if [ -f "/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh" ]; then # . "/anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh"  # commented out by conda initialize         CONDA_CHANGEPS1=false conda activate base     else         \export PATH="/anaconda3/bin:$  PATH"     fi fi unset __conda_setup # <<< conda init <<<  # >>> conda initialize >>> # !! Contents within this block are managed by 'conda init' !! __conda_setup="$  ('//anaconda3/bin/conda' 'shell.bash' 'hook' 2> /dev/null)" if [ $  ? -eq 0 ]; then     eval "$  __conda_setup" else     if [ -f "//anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh" ]; then         . "//anaconda3/etc/profile.d/conda.sh"     else         export PATH="//anaconda3/bin:$  PATH"     fi fi unset __conda_setup # <<< conda initialize <<< 

dual booting an HP laptop,4gb ram,intel i3 6006.Windows 10 and ubuntu dual boot, each time i install ubuntu “something else” option in installation

I am installing ubuntu on HP laptop with windows 10 preinstalled . Each time i install ubuntu on a partition the grub is not installing i386 file in /boot/grub folder which causes error as grub searches for that file and run into grub rescue at each boot , hence i cannot boot into ubuntu nor windows , i manually added the file by live usb but failed to make grub config for such changes . My partition show (hd,msdos6) as root . grub is installed on root partition. Grub never installs the i386 file and this file can be found in /usr/lib/grub .

Bringing the Installed Ubuntu OS to first installation stage

I am at beginning stage of understanding/ learning Ubuntu OS.. Started Using Ubuntu from 17.04 release..

I have several times Reinstalled the Installed OS while learning, breaking the OS.. I felt Its quite time consuming reinstalling the OS..

Thoughts:

say, for example when I installed the OS Ubuntu 18.04.3 minimal installation. I will run apt list --installed and It will give some package names..

for example, some part of above command is

libperlio-gzip-perl/bionic,now 0.19-1build3 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpgm-5.2-0/bionic,now 5.2.122~dfsg-2 amd64 [installed,automatic] libphonenumber7/bionic,now 7.1.0-5ubuntu5 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpipeline1/bionic,now 1.5.0-1 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpixman-1-0/bionic,now 0.34.0-2 amd64 [installed,automatic] libplist3/bionic,now 2.0.0-2ubuntu1 amd64 [installed,automatic] libplymouth4/bionic-updates,now 0.9.3-1ubuntu7.18.04.2 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpng16-16/bionic-updates,bionic-security,now 1.6.34-1ubuntu0.18.04.2 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpolkit-agent-1-0/bionic-updates,bionic-security,now 0.105-20ubuntu0.18.04.5 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpolkit-backend-1-0/bionic-updates,bionic-security,now 0.105-20ubuntu0.18.04.5 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpolkit-gobject-1-0/bionic-updates,bionic-security,now 0.105-20ubuntu0.18.04.5 amd64 [installed,automatic] libpoppler-glib8/bionic-updates,bionic-security,now 0.62.0-2ubuntu2.10 amd64 [installed,automatic] 

and after some days I will have additional packages installed during the time and requirement.. I have bad habit of editing the package contents just to try different things..

Say while Installing Ubuntu 18.04.3 I have fresh packages of 100nos.. and after some days I have 150nos..

Is there a way to store the package names that are Initially available Just after the fresh Installation of OS. After that prepare a script which will only install those packages and remove access 50nos?

Note: I have High Speed Internet with Required DATA capacity to download all the 100 packages..

Is this Achievable with a script?

like

apt purge access 50 packages apt autoremove && apt autoclean apt install those initial 100 packages 

How to get all the source for my current Ubuntu installation?

I think it would be really useful (and cool) to be able to get all the source code for my current Ubuntu installation. I mean everything, every last package from the kernel all the way up to user interface details.

(One situation where this would be useful is when there is some kind of error message that I don’t understand what it means and don’t know exactly where it came from, like the infamous “system program problem detected” popup. I don’t know which package is responsible for presenting that. If I had all the source code I could simply search for the error message string to find the relevant part of the code. That could help me understand what happened and possibly modify the code slightly to add more details in the error message, or whatever, and rebuild that package.)

Assuming that I installed everything using apt, I can get the source code for any individual package x using apt-get source x so I guess it should be possible to write a script that first gets a list of the names of all currently installed packages, and then use a loop to get the source code using apt-get source for each package one by one. My question is: is there a more convenient way of getting all source code for all software I currently have installed, perhaps using a single command?

Didn’t work on a 1440P 144hz monitor & crash during installation

Here is my situation. My PC is X570(MSI)+3700X+2070S. My monitor is 1440P 144HZ.

At first, I couldn’t start the installation. Then I changed my monitor to hdmi1.4. The refresh rate was set to 60HZ. After that, I started the installation and crash two times during the installation. I’m not sure I should try the third time. Can anything help me out? with the refresh rate and the crash Thank you so much