Feature ViewFormPagesLockDown not installed in this farm

I created a web application and a site collection via central admin, but now I am getting the following error:

Exception calling "Add" with "8" argument(s): "Feature with Id '7c637b23-06c4-472d-9a9a-7c175762c5c4' is not installed in this farm, and cannot be added to this scope." 

I checked in the 16 hive and the feature is there

FEATURES\ViewFormPagesLockDown 

However, whet I try to get it via powershell, I don’t see it there: get-spfeature

Any idea?

Feature ViewFormPagesLockDown not installed in this farm

I created a web application and a site collection via central admin, but now I am getting the following error:

Exception calling "Add" with "8" argument(s): "Feature with Id '7c637b23-06c4-472d-9a9a-7c175762c5c4' is not installed in this farm, and cannot be added to this scope." 

I checked in the 16 hive and the feature is there

FEATURES\ViewFormPagesLockDown 

However, whet I try to get it via powershell, I don’t see it there: get-spfeature

Any idea?

19.04 just installed … where is Wifi?

  1. HP Pavilion dv9700. (10-year-old laptop.)
  2. Bad video on monitor (but good video on external monitor).
  3. Wondered what would happen with Lubuntu. (Answer: good video on laptop monitor!)
  4. No Wifi.
  5. No networking, period, even with ethernet cable.
  6. I see many suggestions online, but I chose Lubuntu because reviewers said it had a good GUI. DOS was great, but I don’t have time or energy to learn the Linux command line. Sorry, my problem, just making it known from the start. But I’ll try if it’s not overwhelming.
  7. It must be a bad installation. Can’t believe everyone would find Wifi so hard to establish.
  8. My desktop has an icon named “Network.” Opening it, I see one icon named “Windows network.” Opening that I see “Failed to retrieve share list from server: no such file or directory.” Clicking OK, I see “The specified location is not mounted.”
  9. Before installing Lubuntu, the laptop was running Win 7 and Wifi worked perfectly. So the hardware is good.
  10. All ideas and suggestions welcomed. Thanks.

Remote access with xfce4 installed on Chromebook ASUS CN60

I have ASUS chromebox CN60 with installed XFCE4.12 (xubuntu). XFCE is automatically starting on chromebox startup with specific website in web browser. Everything is working good, but I have problem with remote access from server with xubuntu. I have installed ssh, ssh-agent, xrdp, vnc server and could’t connect. Ping from server is OK. Network is working. I’ve installed firewall and enable/disable it. I was trying to use putty, tightvnc, windows rdp.

Also i can’t use “sudo reboot” in xubuntu terminal. Answer is “Running in chroot, ignoring request”. I have tried to change user for root, but it still doesn’t work.

Any suggestions?

How do I know if an application has been installed and how to uninstall it?

So I installed the kite package through atom but after reading some things I changed my mind. When I search my computer the kite application is there but when I open kite it still asks for which editors I want to install it.

How do I know if I installed a program or just the installer for a program? And how do I delete it on their website it says I can run the following command ./.local/share/kite/uninstall but when I do this it says there is no such directory or file. Inside my home directory there is a .kite folder though. Does the uninstall command maybe not work because I haven’t finished the complete installation process?

Build SharePoint project without SharePoint installed

I am working on an automated deployment POC for SharePoint projects. We are using jenkin jobs to download the source code from GIT repository and BUILD it where SharePoint is not installed and copy the WSPS to target SharePoint server for initiating deployment process using .ps1 files.

MSBuild is failing saying SharePoint related dlls are not available, which is expected. What is going to be the best way to supply the dlls? Or any better approach for this whole process?

The workaround what I’m thinking of at the moment is, I would adjust the jenkins job to download the source code from GIT to target SharePoint server directly and then build there rather than trying to build somewhere where SP is not installed and then move WSP to target SP Server. Please suggest.

Thanks is advance…

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 

Dualbooting Ubuntu, just installed and disk space is already full

Full disclosure, I don’t really know what I’m doing here, I just really hate Windows 10 and am trying to use Ubuntu instead. If this question has been already asked I apologize, I’ve been reading many other questions and either couldn’t understand them or couldn’t even tell if our problems were the same.

I just got a brand new Dell laptop with Windows 10 as the default operating system. I bought a SanDisk 64 GB USB drive and followed the HowToGeek instructions for setting up the partition and booting directly from the USB drive. I thought I was successful since my computer now automatically boots from the USB and runs Ubuntu. However, after running Ubuntu and trying to install additional programs, I checked the disk space and it only lists me as having 4.1 GB of space, with only 136 MB of space available. Since even the USB has 64 GB of space, this seems very wrong, and I thought that the whole point of partitioning the hard drive was to provide storage anyway. What is going on here, and how do I fix this?