Unmet dependencies in installation of wine on FRESH Ubuntu 14.10(x64) installview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – In a freshly installed Ubuntu 14.10(x64) without any additional packages or repos installed (save Google-chrome), on Quote: sudo apt-get install wine I get : Quote: The following packages have unmet dependencies: wine : Depends: wine1.6 but it is not going to be installed E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages. (Hardware)

unable to launch apps with admin rights from GUIsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, after upgrading to utopic I'm facing an issue. Basically my user cannot gain root privilegies if the trigger (the button) to gain those privilegies is embedded the user interface. Some examples: if I open the unity-control-center (formerly gnome-control-settings) and then move to the User Accounts section I see the "unlock" option grayed out and I cannot gain root right to edit users (Hardware)

gui permissions elevation in AD connected scenarioview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am seeing an issue in an Ubuntu 14.04.1 64 bit machine attached to AD (using PBIS ne Likewise). I can sudo and gksudo as expected but when the gui spawns the elevation dialog it is tied to the local admin account. So if I click the icon for Synaptic I get a dialog specifically requesting the password for the local administrator account. (Hardware)

New #! userview story

http://crunchbang.org – Hi all,I've just installed #!. I was surprise to see that I can install LAMMPS and Quantum Espresso from the synaptic package manager. As you can guess, I'm interested in physics and programming stuff.See you around (HowTos)

Tint2 Launchersview story

http://crunchbang.org – Try this, edit (as root) the synaptic.desktop file and change:Exec=synaptic-pkexectoExec=gksudo synapticYou should get a dialog box to enter your password then  run synaptic as root.I had to do that for my debian sid system; that synaptic-pkexec command only works if you use it in a terminal.and welcome to #! (HowTos)

Disable Synaptics message to uninstall pointing deviceview story

http://superuser.com – I have an 2007 HP laptop with an MS intelliPoint USB wireless mouse as well as a SP2 Touchpad (hardwired driver version, 6/3/2010) both work fine together (no issues) but when clicking the Mouse icon in Control Panel the Synaptics message pops up that it "Cannot connect to the touchpad driver", how to disable this pesty message with regedit? (HowTos)

Mupen64plus 2.0.0 Helpview story

http://crunchbang.org – Hey there, CrunchBang community,Getting right down to it, I installed Mupen 1.99.5 from the repositories, and everything worked fine. Then I thought, "Oh, nothing's broken. I should fix it!" I saw that plugins exist to make games extra pretty, but they're for the 2.0.0 version, so I uninstalled 1.99.5, deleted anything to do with Mupen, and vainly attempted to install 2.0.0. (HowTos)

no videoview story

http://crunchbang.org – ...in other words, install flashplugin-nonfree.it might solve your problem.unlike windows, linux uses packet management - so your way to install (software) packages is through a packet manager, and NOT by downloading files from your browser interface.synaptic is a packet managing app and has a graphical user interface.you can also achieve the same by typing:sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Missing a language, urgent!view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – My old computer has Xubuntu 12.04 and in the language settings for the keyboard I was presented with three choices for Greek: Modern, Simple, and Polytonic. I selected Polytonic and it always worked flawlessly. My new, awesome my-winter-present-to-me computer has Xubuntu 13.10 and the only Greek keyboard option is Modern. I need the Polytonic keyboard. Where did it go? Am I missing a package? (Hardware)

Second monitor sleeps during boot and doesnt wake.view story

http://crunchbang.org – The easiest way ended up being to download the complete Fglxr driver set from Synaptic. It even had a GUI.  When doing it that way the conf file is done for you too. Pretty painless.  Unfortunately the 12.6 driver worked nice with one of my monitors, but absolutely freaked out on the HP HDMI connection monitor. (HowTos)