I downloaded a program, to be more specific (pyalienfx). I went to install it and it installed but seems to be acting weird, the icon shows up in my applications but is nowhere on my system, i used the synaptic package manager to find the program but it's not even on there, but it's still showing up in the applications when i search for it, weird.
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 apologize for this nooby question, but I downloaded a program for Linux and to my surprise its an executable. I'm not sure what to do in order to run this and I can't find anything on the internet, all I find are tutorials about using wine for windows executables, but this is a linux program! I'm sure this is a really dumb question, but thanks for the help!
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?
After a few problems viewing some websites, I thought I might have some sort of virus (highly unlikely) so installed Comodo Antivirus. Downloaded the .deb file from the Comodo website and installed it through the software centre. After it had installed I ran the /opt/COMODO/post_setup.sg, command, then the /etc/init.d/cmdavd restart ccmmand, in a terminal. Everything is supposedly happy.