File formats vary depending on the type of Operating Systems. Microsoft Windows has its own file formats as compared to Mac OSX. It also doesn’t state that you can’t open the files of one OS into another OS
Much of the general background on Ubuntu point releases for LTS support is covered in this Ask Ubuntu question. What follows is some additional details in regards to the 12. 04
I am not sure if I am late to the party, but recently on Ubuntu 14. 04 I faced same issues and this is how I got it solved. First, you need to remove the existing cmake by executing the command: sudo apt-get remove cmake Hit return or enter
I want to create a new user to run a service on the system but don't want to have /home and other configuration files for it. Like there is a user for postgres but it doesn't have any /home directory. By default the command useradd doesn't create hom
For 12. 04 and belowThe additional drivers program has a command line interface, jockey-text: Use jockey-text --list to get a list of available drivers and their status, then use # the init lines are required only for graphics drivers sudo init 1 joc
The real issue here is that the attacker only needs physical access to your hard drive in order to read or manipulate the files which contain your password hashes. There is already a thread on SuperUser which has some recommendations, which I will li
If you’re a PC nerd, you no doubt worry about the temperatures that various components output while in use. Even if you are not a nerd, you may also be concerned about the loud noise made by the CPU fan and the sudden surge in your laptop temperature
IntroductionAn important part of managing server configuration and infrastructure includes maintaining an easy way to look up network interfaces and IP addresses by name, by setting up a proper Domain Name System (DNS). Using fully qualified domain n
When attempting to run various pieces of software (notably Steam and Yenka), I have come across an error similar to this: error while loading shared libraries: libGL. so. 1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I'm running a 64 b