When I am running PlayOnLinux, then I get the following error:
One or more program(s) are missing. Please
install them and run the script again.
Program: glxinfo, package: mesa-utils
I'm receiving an error saying that the acronis-glibc-compat is absent when I attempt to set up AcronisAgentLinux.i686. This happens after confirmation of the license, however before the installer still tries to make a SNAPAPI module.
Also I'm checking Ubuntu 11.04 amd64 and this is a pre-release version. The last discharge of Ubuntu 'Natty' is due for discharge in a month's time.
My Acronis B&R Server v10.0.12708 approached with the related Windows Software with five i686 scripts/packages for a Linux box:
When I attempt to set up CCSM, I notice this error message:
Please help me to solve it.
Package dependencies cannot be resolved
This error could be caused by required additional
software packages which are missing or not installable.
Furthermore there could be a conflict between software
packages which are not allowed to be installed at the
Please tell me that how the data of computer is lost while using Linux operating system and also describe me the function of
Disk Doctors Linux recovery program ?
Can Linux have the viruses and is it limit the downloading ?
Although i can understand that some of the operating systems are better than others as it depends upon the requirements and purposes of different users but please suggest which the best open source OS to be used generally ?
Hi all I am thinking of using Linux as a means of running my retrospective backup program and I need to know if it would be a good idea. I am retiring some of the Windows servers that I currently have; I have an Exchange server, which has two storage drives and 2 NAS devices.
One of the devices is a rather old omega 400r NAS which is just lying around as it was replay by a new NAS device. I wanted to see what spare slots the Iomega had so I opened it up because I'm going to have to transfer the SCSI card to accommodate the tape drive. The NAS has an extra PCI 32 BIT slots which should be able to house the SCSI card assuming it fits.
I have been trying to install almost all distorts of Linux on that server with no luck. Ubuntu doesn't detect my SCSI hard drives, Fedora doesn't boot from the cd, debian installer crashes. What should i do?
Okay so i recently bought that server and i cant install any Linux distro i know.
I tried Ubuntu,Fedora x64 and x32,debian.Ubuntu boots from the cd and the installation starts though it wont detect my 4 SCSI hard drives.
Fedora cd booted once and then crashed. Then when i tried to boot it again it showed me 3 boot sectors on the cd and none of the was actually bootable. Lastly debian cd booted and the graphical install got stuck on 3 duplicated and enlarged logos of debian.
I left it for an hour and nothing happened.
What can i do?
Or is there any other better distro?