You may have introduced a syntax error when you did your editing.Reboot with the live distro & copy over a fresh copy of the file you tried to edit.Then try rebooting into your computer.
As of late, every time i login to an openbox session in crunchbang 8.10, i get an error message regarding a syntax error in a specific line, where i can see no syntax error , so i was wondering if someone could post a copy of the rc.xml file as it appears in a fresh installation of Crunchbang so i could just overwrite my old one.Thanks
Hi newbie here, is it possible to set the live copy (in my SSD portable) in such a way that files saved when I used the live copy will be accessible to continue what Im doing? For example I'm working with my spreadsheets/word documents but I don't want to carry with me my computer but I have only my ubuntu live copy with me to use it to any computer (thru usb drive). *Thanks in advance
Okay seems fair that you for responding so promptly. I got a fresh Live copy Linux on my Micro SD so I know where you are coming from with Window's. Well I will look into CentOS and see if I l... [by Bykenhaal]
i'm using linux since years, but now i don't want to waste time with the same problems...i've got a encoding issue, but not the usual visualization problem.
I'm tying to copy files from my old home partition, since i have to install a fresh distro.
It seems something may have changed in recent versions with regard to editing and repacking (to customise and add options to the boot menu on the installer such as specifying a kickstart file etc.) the bootable .iso files for the installer.
In the past (up until F14 I think) this has been the procedure I have follwed to edit bootable .iso:
Hello... I ran the ViperS Rom on my sensation and i wanted to install the PYD-X Custom kernel and somehow the flashing didn't go well into the recovery and now my phone wont boot at all ( i tried to install a fresh copy of the rom with all partitions AND sdCard formated) and it still wont work. It boots to HTC white screen and just repeats it with a small black screen gap.
Rather than editing a file in /usr/share/applications, copy the file to ~/.local/share/applications and edit your copy. That way your changes won't be overwritten when the package is updated.You specify the full path in that file for icons which are not installed as icons.