Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is a Long Term Support version of the Ubuntu Linux Operating System. Over time, Ubuntu releases point updates to it. Currently, the point update is at Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS. When you update your Ubuntu packages using: $ sudo apt-get update <enter> $ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade <enter>
you will find that you are . . . → Read More: How to upgrade to latest kernel of Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS from Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS
If you notice error that the Gradle home path is incorrect, when building your Android Project in Android Studio, select and set the gradle path to correct one. To do so, select File -> Settings. Click on Build, Execution, Deployment -> Build Tools -> Gradle.
I applied the Chaos Calmer OpenWRT firmware upgrade on the TP Link WDR4300 router. Very important to note that if you already use OpenWRT on the router, install the sysupgrade and not the factory binary firmware file. Use factory only when upgrading from the factory TP Link firmware.
For first time install use this file . . . → Read More: Unable to log into LuCi web interface after upgrading OpenWRT from barrier-breaker to chaos-calmer
Right Click on the Project in the Package Explorer. Select Build Path -> Configure Build Path -> Libraries. Now remove JRE System Library 1.7 and add the one for java-8-oracle by clicking on Add Library -> JRE System Library -> Click Execution Environment and set that to JavaSE-1.8 (java-8-oracle). Click Finish.
This resolves the error . . . → Read More: Error building Java Program in Eclipse Mars after changing Java version
Building cyanogen 12.1 for Sony Xperia ZR throws the following error (in red) when you do: $ breakfast dogo <enter>
** Don’t have a product spec for: ‘cm_dogo’ ** Do you have the right repo manifest?
This error can be overcome by: $ cd ~/android/system/.repo/manifests <enter> $ cp default.xml default.backup <enter> $ leafpad default.xml <enter>
. . . → Read More: Error don’t have a product spec for: ‘cm_dogo’ when building Cyanogen Mod 12.1 for Sony Xperia ZR
If you create a Linux Virtual Machine using VirtualBox, then you will find that when an Android Phone is connected to the computer via USB port, it will not be detected in the Linux virtual machine.
To overcome this, in VirtualBox select Machine->Settings->USB and check Enable USB Controller and also check Enable USB 2.0 (EHCI) . . . → Read More: Phone not detected with adb in the VirtualBox Ubuntu guest
After I updated Android Studio from 1.4 to 1.5, all went well and the patch got applied. However, when starting the project, I got an error that read something like this. Error Junit:Junit:4.12 not found or missing
This error occurred due to gradle not getting updated / synced properly. Apparently, to speed up Android Studio, . . . → Read More: Error Junit:Junit:4.12 not found or missing after Android Studio 1.4 to 1.5 update
After creating or editing any of the Finance::Quotes modules you need to test them. To test, open a terminal window and do the following to check if the module gives any errors $ cd /usr/share/perl5/Finance/Quote <enter> $ sudo cp ~/MumbaiStock.pm . <enter> $ cd ~ <enter> $ gnc-fq-check <enter>
If above command returns any errors, . . . → Read More: How to debug MumbaiStock.pm with Finance::Quotes
If you have an Epson L365 InkTank printer and need drivers for the Linux Operating System, visit http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/searchModule or http://www.epson.com/linux to select your operating system and download the drivers.
When installing the Android SDK in Ubuntu Linux, the error Unable to run mksdcard SDK tool appears. This can be fixed by opening a terminal window and entering the following command: $ sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0 lib32stdc++6 <enter>