Updating ubuntu 11 04 to 11 10

03-Oct-2019 12:53 by 2 Comments

Updating ubuntu 11 04 to 11 10

PROBLEM: You appear to have Open GL 1.4.0, but we need at least 2.0.0!

I clicked the update on the installer and then everytime I booted up i got a black screen.Perhaps one day when I have more time I’ll create a dedicated OSM appliance, but for the time being I’m pursuing other lighter, less convoluted methods for creating a local map tile server. In order to accomplish my upgrade in a timely fashion I mounted the old Western Digital Blue 1TB notebook drive with Ubuntu 14.04 via a USB/SATA adapter to my notebook on its USB port (the Samsung R580 has four USB 2 connectors). It would seem that all those steps are only required the first time, if at all. I have a sneaking suspicion that if I had just installed lvm2, then re-plugged the drive in again that the software would have found and automatically mounted the LVM.That’s when I discovered that Ubuntu 14.10, out of the box as it were, would not mount a LVM that way, so I had to install lvm2 and perform the following special steps: sudo apt-get install lvm2 ... I do know that when I had to go into the drive a second time that it did automatically mount the old LVM.In the screenshot above playing the video without acceleration is on the left and playing with acceleration is on the right. There are still more bugs to fix, but we’re making progress.In Pulse Audio we’ve dropped some more patches for Android support (from Ubuntu Touch) bringing us more inline with upstream.This will make maintenance easier and should reduce the chance of bugs cropping up from our patches.

2012-04-27 , comment #1: Hi, in this case we cannot do anything except you recompiling ROOT from source for your machine.

Ubuntu 12.04 would have worked fine if they would have let 2 around for backward compatibility, but they did not. 2012-04-27 , original submission: Today I have updated my system from Ubuntu 11.10 to 12.04.

liblzma2 was removed liblzma5 was installed Python was updated from 2.7.2 to 2.7.3 When I tried to import ROOT from Python, the following error appears. At least, it is possible to import ROOT (I haven't check for more differences).

$ python Python 2.7.3 (default, Apr 20 2012, ) [GCC 4.6.3] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. I would prefer that the source did the softlink to which seems to be the basic name and it is pointing to the most recent lzma library.

import lib Py ROOT as _root Import Error: 2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory The workaround, not to build ROOT again, was to do a softlink with the name that Python is looking. 1 5.0.0 $ sudo ln -s 5.0.0 2 $ ls -l liblzma.* -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 126946 nov.

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