For example, I can't install package qcad because of error: "can't find qdict.h".
How can I find the package which provides the file qdict.h so I can install the package qcad?
hi i install qcad with chmod +x qcad.bin and ./qcad.bin and i see qcad icon in the programs but when i click on this icon enconter with this eror
permissen denid plz help me
my fedora version is 18 and qcad 3.1.4
just got started with Qcad .
but i cant get half the tools to work.
how do i copy and paste with it?
its like the program does work correctly.
Am i not using it correctly or is there another error?
the only error message ive seen is.
When trying to update, use software center, install via apt-get in terminal, open synaptic package manager I get an error that reads "The package mount needs to be reinstalled, but I can't find an archive for it." How can I reinstall the package if none of the instillation apts can mount the file systems to install the broken package?
I'm using django constance in my project. This app used a python package ast. When I try to install that package using command pip-2.7 install ast, it results as "Could not find any downloads that satisfy the requirement ast".
Can some one help me how to install this package in CentOS? I tried searching in google, unfortunately I couldn't find any link.
npm ERR! install Couldn't read dependencies
npm ERR! package.json ENOENT,open 'C:\Users\Yashizho\Desktop\server\package.json'
npm ERR! package.json This is most likelt not a problem with npm itself
npm ERR! package.json npm can't find a package.json file in your current directory.
npm ERR! System Windows_NT 6.1.7601
I think it's failing when it tries to find /tmp/SBo/package-grub2/usr/man and prints this error:
find: `/tmp/SBo/package-grub2/usr/man': No such file or directory
I'm guessing this is just the man page information, but it's not located there. I looked at /tmp/SBo/grub-2.00/docs and there's a man directory there, so I copied it to /tmp/SBo/package-grub2/usr.
I want to write some generic instructions on how to find the package that installs a particular file (the exact context is TeX packages: find the package in the Unix distribution that contains a particular TeX package).