Being new to Linux, having used "apt-get" and seeing "aptitude" for the first time, I thought that "apt" must just be short for "aptitude" so when told to type "aptitude install", I just typed "apt install".
It seems to have worked, but have I done what needed to be done or has something been missed?
So I've only been running Statler virtually and haven't really maintained a serious install since Alpha 1. In this context I thought I'd better have a decent look at Statler and install it on my old R60 thinkpad.During the installation (Installed via CD) I was surprised to see the error asking for missing iwlwifi drivers. I just chose no and proceeded with the install.
Hey, Fellers!I currently have #! dual-booted with Debian on my 'puter....I want to do a fresh install of #! on the Debian partition- which will then become my main OS (as current #! on the other partition has been modified, and I want to start anew, with a "clean" system)When I popped in my #!
I have placed the map firefox in opt/.Now I want to place a symbolic link in /usr/bin.This is the output of my terminal:ecmporter@peek:~$ sudo -i
[sudo] password for ecmporter:
root@peek:~# ln -s /opt/firefox/firefox /usr/bin/firefox
ln: creating symbolic link `/usr/bin/firefox/firefox': File exists
-bash: firefox: command not found
root@peek:~# sudo rm -r /usr/bin/firef
I recently flash DU Mako on my N4 instead of PA but am slightly feeling like I lost an opportunity to use PA's Peek. Was wondering if anyone has tried flashing peek to other Roms and how well it functions.
So I'm trying to install ncmpcpp though this github, and the first step is to run the sh autogen.sh script. I've run into a few missing libraries, etc., but I've been able to install them and move on- up until now. I've done some searching and installed a handful of things I thought would help fix it, but to no avail.