How to installing PHP71 on RHEL 7 that requires HTTPD24 with HTTPD

We have a RHEL 7 server that is offline and only connected to RedHat repo via a satelite.

When i try to manual install the PHP71 from the rpm files, it hits an error that say Requires HTTPD24_HTTPD

The server already have the HTTPD package from the main repo installed.

Anyway to tell yum to look at the HTTPD service instead of the HTTPD24? Or is there any other way to proceed with this?

How does installing software affect OSX speed over time (boot time, app launch time, responsiveness)?

Constantly installing (and uninstall) software on my mac makes it sluggish over time, even when these programs are not momentarily running. In my experience macOS rots (slower than windows did in the late 90s/early ’00s), but it still does rot; and a clean install (even with the latest updates/patches) always comes with a boost in overall speed.

I understand that free disk space, kexts, Login Items as well as LaunchDaemons and LaunchAgents (at /System/Library/, ~/Library/ and /Library/) are the usual suspects – But beyond those, what are other ways that installing software can destabilize/impact the performance of the OS?

Accidentally overwrote all of Windows 10 when installing Ubuntu 15.10. How do I recover the files?

I was going to try Ubuntu on an external USB drive without installing it, which worked using the *try Ubuntu* option. Then, after trying Ubuntu for a while, I thought I would install Ubuntu on the thumb drive.

The problem is that I thought it would install on the thumb drive, but it installed on the main drive C:, which was currently in use by Windows 10 and everything on the computer.

So now I was wondering: How can I recover the files? And will Windows be the full version, or will I get this Install Windows watermark?

Installing Ubuntu on VM

I was able to boot and install Ubuntu 18.10 desktop on VM workstation Pro 12. Ubuntu updated and not when booting up it is going to cmd check window, then just sits there doing nothing. enter image description here

Is there something that I should do or look at? The Cd/dvd drive is not connected – I even removed it from settings. When it starts to boot up the Ubuntu logo appears for a few seconds and then back to cmd checklist. Nothing happens in the cmd checklist, I can restart it but that’s it.

Installing Chromium on Alpine Linux, strange error

I have a Dockerfile setup to install Alpine and Chromium. A few weeks ago the package was working properly and I was able to build with it properly however recently I’m having trouble with the build failing on a Chromium dependency. Here’s the Docker:

FROM balenalib/odroid-xu4-alpine-node WORKDIR /var/arbiter  RUN apk update RUN apk upgrade RUN apk add --no-cache --virtual build-dependencies make gcc g++ python && \   apk add --no-cache krb5-dev zeromq-dev && npm install -g node-gyp  # Install necessaries for sharp and other dependencies RUN apk add --update \   --repository \   fftw-dev  RUN apk add --update \   --repository \   vips-tools  RUN apk add --update \   --repository \   vips-dev  # Lets try this again RUN \   echo "" >> /etc/apk/repositories \   && apk --no-cache update \   && apk add --no-cache --virtual .build-deps \     gifsicle pngquant optipng libjpeg-turbo-utils \     udev ttf-opensans chromium \   && rm -rf /var/cache/apk/* 

The errors being returned are:

[main]     OK: 13195 distinct packages available [main]     fetch [main]     fetch [main]     fetch [main]     ERROR: unsatisfiable constraints: [main]      [main]       .build-deps-0: [main]         masked in: cache [main]         satisfies: world[.build-deps] [main]       chromium (missing): [main]         required by: [main]     Removing intermediate container 6b67e7b77e1f [main]     The command '/bin/sh -c echo "" >> /etc/apk/repositories   && apk --no-cache update   && apk add --no-cache --virtual .build-deps     gifsicle pngquant optipng libjpeg-turbo-utils     udev ttf-opensans chromium   && rm -rf /var/cache/apk/*' returned a non-zero code: 2 

I can see that the package was recently rebuilt as of Jan 2: but I’m not sure why/how it effects this.

How can I ensure a successful build and avoid this error (which I don’t even totally understand).

Why is drush make installing a D8 library in /sites/all/libraries instead of /libraries?

I am trying to allow prospective users to demo my module on, however, it requires an external javascript library. I recently created a drush make file for the D7 version of this module, and it is working fine. The D8 version is downloading the library, but placing it in drupalroot/sites/all/libraries instead drupalroot/libraries. Is there a way to change this behavior? Here is my make.yml file.

api=2 core = 8.x projects[drupal][type] = core libraries[flot][download][type] = get libraries[flot][download][url] = libraries[flot][destination] = libraries libraries[flot][directory_name] = flot 

I tried using libraries[flot][destination] = /libraries but that did not change the behavior.

Intent for Installing .apk via Web URL

From an Android app, I like to install an apk file from a web server. This apk file contains an update for the app.

All tutorials do this in two steps:

  1. Download the file and save it to the phone’s sd card memory.
  2. Create a new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW) and run the method setDataAndType(Uri.fromFile(new File(“…. of this intent.

However, since Android Nougat, you get into trouble with permission to access the sd card memory. There are (complicated) solutions for this problem.

My question: is there a way to create an Intent, which gets a web URL as source for the apk file. Something like intent.setDataAndType(new URL(“http://….”)

This is easy for the programmer and it provides as clear interface from the program to the Android system.

Can not boot my Windows SSD after installing Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

I’m hoping someone might be able to point me in the right direction here, before I have to go nuclear and just re-install everything. I’ve tried searching and just cannot seem to find an answer relevant to my problem. A while back (6ish months ago) I purchased a 500GB Samsung SSD. I installed Windows 10 on it but left my original Win 10 OS on the HDD that came with my desktop. I had wanted to wait and make sure I had everything off of the HDD that I needed before I used it as storage or for some other reason.

Now, after I had installed Windows 10 on my SSD, anytime I booted up my computer I was always given a choice as to which disk I wanted to boot from. I decided a couple of days ago to download and install Ubuntu (18.04 LTS) on the HDD and leave Windows 10 on the SSD. The installation went fine but now my computer boots straight into Ubuntu, I’m not given a choice as to which disk I want to boot from.

I’ve read that before installing Ubuntu you should disconnect the Windows 10 SSD before installing Ubuntu to a second hard drive, so I tried that. I d/c the Win 10 SSD, reinstalled Ubuntu, reconnected my Win 10 SSD, PC booted into Ubuntu, went into terminal and did os-prober but nothing happened (there was a pause like the machine was trying to do something but then I was just presented with a new terminal line), subsequently also did sudo update-grub and it showed the linux information but no Windows information came up.

Have I completely screwed the pooch here or is there a chance I can do something to fix this? Thanks.