I mostly figured out how to use Tar::Archive, but I have a problem:
How do you get the contents of a file in a tar archive that's inside another tar archive, without writing any temporary files to the disk?
on 07/16/2010 – Made popular on 07/16/2010
I installed a package that now prevents my using Synaptic and otherwise blocks updates etc.
I have tried the partial upgrade scenario but it won't remove it.
I used - apt-get -f install (bad file name)
The response I get is - The package (bad filename) needs to be reinstalled, but I can't find an archive for it.
I'm using ubuntu. Two strange things happened when I used my archiver.
The archiver I used is just the one provided by my system (I guess, although I wasn't the one who installed the system so I can't be sure). I right-clicked and pressed "compress...". I don't know its name.
Does any one know of a live cd distribution that I can use with no monitor but access through ssh, preferably with the possibility of running ftp or samba to archive files from old computers to a server.
Hey guys. I'm trying to install the proprietary x86 driver for the ATI Radeon 9600 XT graphics card under Slack 13. I downloaded the file (a ".run" file), but when I try to install via "sh [etc.]" it unpacks the archive, then tells me my kernel is not supported.