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Anonsurf installation problem in Linux

16/02/2019 Categories: Linux. No Comments on Anonsurf installation problem in Linux

Today I was trying to install anonsurf (tool to browse Internet anonymously). My operating system is Ubuntu 16.04 desktop. Anonsurf is already downloaded and I was trying to install it using the following command:   sudo ./installer.sh   The installation process started, went on for some time and stopped with the following error (and some […]

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Android Studio not able to detect emulator Ubuntu 16.04

30/01/2019 Categories: Android. No Comments on Android Studio not able to detect emulator Ubuntu 16.04

After a long time I was trying out Android Studio on my Ubuntu 16.04 LTS desktop. The Android Studio version was 3.3. Installation went smoothly after following these installation instructions.     After the installation is completed, a new project was created with a basic activity containing a “Hello Wold” label. Now, it was time […]

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Openstack Devstack Currently Installed Pip Version 1 Error

08/09/2018 Categories: Cloud. No Comments on Openstack Devstack Currently Installed Pip Version 1 Error

Today when I was trying to setup the OpenStack cloud environment by using the file stack.sh available in the Devstack, I encountered the following error:   /opt/stack/devstack/inc/python:213 Currently installed pip version 1 does not meet minimum requirements (>=6)   The above error is due to wrong use of ‘strip’ function in the code. To eliminate […]

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Displaying xUbuntu in fullscreen using VMWare

29/06/2016 Categories: Linux. Comments Off on Displaying xUbuntu in fullscreen using VMWare

Heard about xUbuntu from colleagues and decided to try it. Downloaded the ISO file and installed it using VMWare. The user interface of xUbuntu is very simple and pleasing. But I noticed that even when VMWare is in full screen mode, the resolution of xUbuntu was 800×600. Don’t know why it was like that (may […]

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