hanamalia:tester: $ su Password: hanamalia:tester: $ yum search libXmu Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, refresh-packagekit, security Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: centos-distro.1gservers.com * extras: mirror.beyondhosting.net * updates: mirror.fileplanet.com ===== N/S Matched: libXmu ===== libXmu.i686 : X.Org X11 libXmu ...
I'm trying to get VMware Workstation running on an AMD 64 system. I have run Workstation on CentOS before with no problems. However, this time when I try to install it, I'm getting errors.
While I will be going through specific steps for Digital Ocean, most of these steps should work great for any web server or just Ubuntu linux box. I really love Digital Ocean. It’s a very simple and inexpensive platform to host any kind of web application. I am going to be targeting Ubuntu 16.04 here.
VSD is a 32-bit X11 application. So, you will need to install the related (32-bit) libraries to run on 64-bit Linux. If you are Red Hat Enterprise Linux user, you can use yum to install required libraries using the following method:
yum whatprovides libstdc++.so.6. Допустим, у нас вывело: libstdc++-4.4.6-4.el6.i686 : GNU Standard C++ Library. Назад Предыдущая запись: The installer has tried to mount image #1 на centos usb. Далее Следующая запись: Nginx и open() Permission denied while reading upstream — ошибка...
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In fact the "mono" executable called by runwb2 (an horrible windows-like programming environment, but freeware, so don't shout at it !), should pre-load openGL libraries (more exactly their "mesa" variant) because of an environment variable LD_PRELOAD set by runwb2.
I get this error when I try to run telepresence. I built OpenSSL just like it says in the guide But when I try to run it I get: telepresence: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1..0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory. libidn.so.11 -> libidn.so.11.6.1.