How To Install X11 On Debian Lenny Apt
The installation of a supported Proxmox VE server should be done via Bare-metal_ISO_Installer. In some case it makes sense to install Proxmox VE on top of a running Debian Wheezy 64-bit, especially if you want a custom partition layout. For this HowTO the following Debian Wheezy ISO was used: debian-7.8.0-amd64-netinst.iso.
How To Install X11 On Debian Lenny Apt
NOTE: Due to a bug in debian/apt(?) it may be required to alter the above sources.list entry to say the following, if apt-get complains about not being able to find /binary-i386: "Unable to find expected entry 'pve/binary-i386/Packages'" (despite it being a 64bit debian install!)
Proxmox VE is primarily used as virtualization platform with NO additional software installed. In some case it makes sense to have a full desktop running on Proxmox VE, for example for developers using Proxmox VE as their primary workstation/desktop.
The proper solution to avoid prompts without necessarily accepting defaults is to use preseeding. This means you populate the Debconf database with answers to the questions the package installation is going to ask, and then it won't ask because it gets the answers from the database.
(A lot of the preseeding documentation you find on the Internet is specifically about unattended system installation, but you can use preseeding for any individual package at any point before installing it.)
If you plan to recompile QET on a regular basis, substitute co to export (for checkout). That will enable you to update your sources with svn up. You should however remove the directory .svn (or after, but in the installation direcory) before doing a 'make install', using e.g. the command:
I see that I have to install x11-devel. However, there are many libs with this name. I have already tried a few, no success. I am using Debian, the machine processor is 686. Could you precise which x11 should be installed?
I assume you use debian lenny.The version in the repositories should work. Maybe update your system.I checked this:packages.debian.org/lenny/libxpm-devit has the correct symbols which are defined in libc.a/sopackages.debian.org/lenny/libc6-dev
A virtual machine is available for quickly getting up to speed. It's a standard Fedora 20 installation with all Nard dependencies installed and it has been tested to build Nard SDK correctly. Just import it into VMWare or VirtualBox and you should be able to build Nard SDK. If your workstation PC is currently running Windows then this is a good first start.
To install the DebXO release onto NAND flash, you will also need to be running Open Firmware release Q2E20 or later (see How to check the OS and firmware versions). If running DebXO from an SD card or USB stick, upgrading the firmware should not be necessary.
To install onto the XO's flash, download the $DESKTOP.datand $DESKTOP.img files to a USB or SD stick (where $DESKTOP isone of the various desktops - gnome, kde, lxde, sugar, or awesome; note that 'base' is 403 forbidden as of 5/22/2010).Boot into Open Firmware (make sure your XO is unlocked!), and run
If you follow the instructions above and install DebXO onto an SD card or USB drive that is larger than 2GB, the DebXO partition created during the install will only be 2GB in size and the rest of the volume will not be used. To use the entire volume, you can expand the DebXO filesystem using the gparted program. Boot into Sugar from your internal flash memory, change to the Gnome desktop, connect to the Internet, open a terminal, and type:
3 - At this point, you should be able to simply edit your /etc/apt/sources.list to use whatever distribution you'd like, apt-get update, and apt-get dist-upgrade. The packages from lenny-backports should be updated to the equivalent squeeze or sid versions without any problems.
4 - Install a newer kernel. Grab it from dilinger/debxo-0.6/, and install with "sudo dpkg -i linux-image-2.6.37-rc1+_2.6.37-rc1+-47_i386.deb". If desired, also grab and install the related linux-firmware-image package (it's not required, but it has firmware for things that one might plug in via USB). Make sure all the symlinks are pointing to the right place (see below about kernel upgrades).
This article will show you how to install GUI (Graphical User Interface) of your choice (gnome, kde, Cinnamon, mate, enlightenment, xfce, or lxde) on debian 7. The two biggest players in the game are Gnome and KDE, but there are also many smaller GUIs, like Xfce and LXDE that have just as much to offer.
After waiting for a few ages (dumping 8GB, copying 8GB and fibnally bzipping 8GB down to 586MB takes a SOLID time), I mounted up the image using loopback mounting, and continued customizing the install.
We install syslogd for logging, and remove all references to xconsole from the configuration. At a later stage, it will be configured to send its log data to a central logging server, and not buffer any logging locally.
I decided to try to keep the X Server installation small, but not super-small ? By using apt, a bunch of dependencies that are not really needed are pulled in, but at least it is not as bloated as it would be, had I pulled in a complete desktop meta-package.
This page is about running a (ARM EABIhf) Debian distribution at BeagleBoard. BeagleBoard will boot the (ARM EABIhf) Debian distribution from SD card. Debian's NetInstall will be used to install Debian onto your Beagle.
Please make sure that mosh is installed on the client, and mosh (or at least mosh-server) is installed on the server you are trying to connect to. Also, the server is expected to be available on your server's default login PATH, which is not usually true on OS X and BSD servers, or if you install mosh-server in your home directory. In these cases please see the "Server binary outside path" instructions in the Usage section, above.
The Vino VNC server comes pre-installed on Debian 10 GNOME 3 desktop environment. If in any case, Vino is not installed, you can install it easily from the official package repository of Debian 10 using the APT package manager.
The Vinagre remote desktop client may not be installed on your computer. If you need any help installing Vinagre on your Linux distribution, you can read the article How to Install Vinagre Remote Desktop Client on Linux.
However, as a workaround, you can either build glibc manually or use the following script to install updated binaries. The bash script below will upgrade these libraries without having to build them. It is adapted from information in this article, this gist, and this Fedora copr project. The article also includes instructions for manually building glibc if you would prefer not to use the binaries from the article.
There seems to be a mostly-upheld naming convention that files in /etc/X11/Xsession.d/ should be named as NNpackagename[_suffix]. All of the other Xsession.d files installed by x11-common follow this convention, but the new 60x11-localhost added today does not. It probably should.
[Tormod Volden] * apport/source_xorg.py: Use grep directly instead of shelling out, and look in /proc/modules as well. Also only set 'fglrx-installed' if there was a definite match.
It appears since the file was present up until the last xorg upload, users who upgrade will still have the file, but fresh installs of karmic will find it missing, and may have problems running xhost and so on.
* debian/local/Failsafe/failsafeXServer,Xinit, debian/x11-common.failsafe-x.upstart: convert Bulletproof-X support over to upstart, for compatibility with gdm in karmic. LP: #474806. * debian/rules: install the new upstart job with dh_installinit. * debian/control: bump the debhelper versioned build-dependency for the same -- Steve Langasek Wed, 04 Nov 2009 18:00:49 -0800
* Merge from Debian experimental. Remaining changes: - apport/source_xorg.py, x11-common.install, x11-common.links: + apport hook for xorg-server crashes - control: + Add xqbiff (