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The following list consists of applications that I must have on my linux computer. When I install a distro, I always grab these applications first. Some of these applications do have a windows counterpart, and by no means am I saying that these are linux-only applications.
Unison is a directory comparison tool. With this application you may compare various...
I think I'm going to start transferring my tutorial files to a separate blog. Hopefully, someone will benefit from it. If not, at least, the tutorials will be accessible to me from any location. There aren't many of them yet. Feel free to comment or point out any errors in the tutorials.
# If you change this file, run 'update-grub' afterwards to update
GRUB_DEFAULT=4#Did not help ?
GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=`lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev/null || echo Debian`
hi one and all, this is srikanth pilli . i need urgent help from you. actually my aim is to implement the java touch based applications on TFT pannel. for this i am using ubuntu10.4 , arm9 processor, classpath-0.98,jamvm-1.5.4 on host machine(PC). after creating tar.bz2 file(rootfs) from PC , i am going to mount in to ARM9 ROM . when i run my java application on my PC (host machine), it works very well. but when i try to the same application on ARM9(under uclibc,gtk and glib), i am getting the following...