I apt-get installed libapache2-mod-wsgi, which automatically installed libpython2.6, python2.6, and python2.6-minimal. I then apt-get removed libapache2-mod-wsgi, and then ran apt-get autoremove. This removed libpython2.6, but not python2.6 or python2.6-minimal. Why aren't these other dependencies autoremoved?
I've noticed when booting up Ubuntu 13.10 – Desktop X86-64 disc in "Try Without Installing" mode that Gparted is pre-installed, however if you install Ubuntu to your hard drive the package is removed (or purged? not sure which) during the installation process.
I have Ubuntu 13.10 installed on my computer (D:\ or sda2) via Wubi installer, but recently I have removed my windows and installed windows 8 instead and that removed the option to boot to Ubuntu.
I tried to use the boot repair live CD and the grub tool too but it was no good, please I looked for many solution and none of them worked I really need help.
Hello guys. I decided instead of releasing roms all the time I would help others. So here it is. It is based on CM10.1 with all the bloatware and stuff removed. It's kind of like the barebones. Feel free to use this zip as a base or for your own work. You can also flash this but I haven't tested it.
Hi FolksHave enjoyed crunchbang statler I thought I would take a walk on the wild side with waldorf.All good until I decided to prettify up the boot process with plymouth.Here I followed the debian wiki and stupidly added the drm + nouveau stuff into /etc/initramfs-tools/modules forgetting I was running the proprietary nvidia-glx driver for my platform [intel atom/ion}.This left me in the cli so I
based on 2.2.0 att stock sense rom
- att bloat removed
- adblocking added, no need for adblocking apps
- rosie menu mod added
- htc keyboard from 2.42 sense
- att boot animation replaced with stock htc
- no boot sound (they scare the sh!t out of me)
- facebook apk and plugin removed from freindstream (I dont use fb)
- english kb (others remo