Hello osmachadao,What repositories are you using? They should be located within the '/etc/yum.d' directory. You might have to cat or nano the files to see which is enabled.
on 07/11/2013 – Made popular on 07/11/2013
Ok so I am trying to install nano in terminal on my macbook. I downloaded the file, unzipped it, and located the folder/files in terminal. I ran the ./configure command. Then "make." Both ran fine. On "make install" I keep getting an error about permissions and making a directory.
i tried following command (nano ~/.bashrc) in order to include some path in .bashrc file in home directory but m not able to run any command and always getting following error
rag@rag-Satellite-C640:~$ nano ~/.bashrc
Command 'nano' is available in the following places
The command could not be located because '/usr/bin:/bin' is not included in the PATH environment var
My eclipse keeps teeling me to update the pluginto 22.6, however whenever the update is about to complete it gives an error saying:bundle org.eclipse.platform 0.0.0 is missing. Cannot satisfy dependency.
How can I solve this because my eclpise cant work anymore?
Hi everyone,I tried to install the unfamiliar to me "systemd-ui-git" package, in the hope to have some basic gui and see the current daemons enabled, manage etc.First try I had complain from the compiler that gtk3+ was missing... ok fine, added gtk3 as a dependency in the PKGBUILD and try again.