Jump to content

Shahriar Shovon

Moderators
  • Content Count

    107
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Shahriar Shovon last won the day on December 30 2019

Shahriar Shovon had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

2 Neutral

2 Followers

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Hi jamsheer, These files and directories are in the owncloud/core/skeleton/ directory. Everytime you create a new user, the contents of this directory are copied to the directory of the new user. If you don't want this behavior, just remove everything from the owncloud/core/skeleton/ directory. I hope this solves your problem. Wishing you all the best. Shovon
  2. Hi, You can add an extra mouse on your computer and passthrough the mouse to the virtual machine. It may solve your problem.
  3. Hi rodrigo, If your Ubuntu Server is accessible publicly, you can use Lets Encrypt to configure SSL for Apache web server very easily. If your Ubuntu Server is not accessible from the internet, then you can use Self-Signed SSL certificates to configure SSL for Apache web server. Is your Ubuntu Server accessible publicly?
  4. Shahriar Shovon

    Tony

    Hi tony, Can you try installing all the drivers and see if everything is working correctly? If it does not work, do a fresh installation of Linux Mint 20 on your computer and see if everything works. If it still doesn't work, then check the health of your SSD. If you have written past the TBW limit of your SSD, then attempting to write new data there may corrupt the data.
  5. Hi phanindra, I think the container is not running. Just start the container and it should work. You can list all the Docker containers with the following command: $ docker container ls -a Find the container ID of the Jenkins container from the list. Once you have the container ID, you can start the Jenkins docker container with the following command: $ docker container start <container-id> I hope this helps. Wishing you all the best. Shovon
  6. Seems like a background process is using the APT package manager. Most probably an automatic update is running. You can disble automatic update and restart your computer to fix this problem. I hope this helps. Shovon
  7. Hi Grateful, I think the USB device is faulty. Can you please check if it works on Windows? If it does not, then you can be sure that it's faulty. You can also try using Ubuntu 20.04 LTS in Live mode and see if it works on there.
  8. Hi please where do I perform these activities? In the command line @elimuhub
  9. Hi bhermance, Install pavucontrol and try to change your default sound output device from pavucontrol. Update the APT package repository cache with the following command: $ sudo apt update Install pavucontrol with the following command: $ sudo apt install pavucontrol Open PulseAudio Volume Control from LinuxMint menu. Try tweaking some of the Output Device and Playback settings and see if it works. I hope this will help. Good luck. Shovon
  10. I tried to install WYSIWYG Web Builder 15 using PlayonLinux. The app runs without any errors. But I think it's unusable. WYSIWYG Web Builder has an alternative which works on Linux. I have found it in the official WYSIWYG Web Builder download page. You can try it as well.
  11. Hi alex4orly, You should be able to install the missing MFC42u.dll file using winetricks. 1) To check whether Wine can run the app you want, you can check the official Wine App database. 2) I will try my best to help you. You can try PlayOnLinux (a wine graphical frontend) and see if it helps. But the best way to run your Windows apps on Linux is using Virtual machines. You can install VirtualBox on Ubuntu, create a virtual machine (VM), install Windows on the VM and install your favorite app on the VM. You won't face any compatibility issues that way. Wish you all the best
  12. Hi Sherrileskimball, You should be able to run any Linux distribution of your choice on your old laptop. But you should use LXDE, XFCE or MATE desktop environment for better user experience. You can try the following Linux distros: - Lubuntu 20.04 LTS (https://lubuntu.me/) - Ubuntu MATE 20.04 LTS (https://ubuntu-mate.org/) - Xubuntu 20.04 LTS (https://xubuntu.org/) - LinuxMint 20 (MATE version) (https://linuxmint.com/download.php) - LinuxMint 20 (XFCE version) (https://linuxmint.com/download.php) - Debian 10 XFCE (https://www.debian.org/CD/live/) -
  13. Did it work? Thanks. Sorry. I don't have an article on that topic.
  14. Hi andy, Make sure that the /netboot directory has read, write and execute permission for every user. That is the simple solution to this problem. You can allow every user full access to this directory with the following command: $ sudo chmod -Rfv 777 /netboot I hope this helps. Shovon
×
×
  • Create New...