I have a USB N13 wireless Adapter with install CD-- For Windows. I downloaded drivers from ASUS FOR N13 for Linux. Disregard install CD that came with adapter; it's for Windows. I then downloaded Windows Wireless driver install program app. from Software Center in Ubuntu12.10..
I'm currently in a programming class with University of Phoenix. My problem is that whenever I try to build a program (even just a simple Hello World program", it didn't show up any errors in my amazing program, yet it always says, "Build Failed". Last time I turned a homework assignment in, the feedback I got from the teacher was that it built and ran perfectly.
I downloaded and installed a program from source. Now I want to install a newer version, again from source. In both cases I have to add PATH to bashrc. I am a afraid from upcoming problems, because I think when I type NS (my program) in the terminal, Linux will not know which one to expose? Is it a correct criteria?
I want to play Torchlight 2 on my Xubuntu 14.04 machine, however, it is not available for the native Steam Linux client. So, I installed Wine 1.7 via PPA from WineHQ and used WineTricks to install the Steam client.
I'm a new user to openSuSE, but know enough about Linux in general to be dangerous. I'm new to using RPMs for installation of software and I received an error that I'm not quite sure how to handle from the Software Installation program.