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I am trying to install linux mint on my macbook pro (late 2011 15 inch) but I get stuck at a black screen
I installed it on my thinkpad then booted into the install but the same thing happens
even installing the proprietary drivers didnt work
>ghcq/nsa clone your sim
>have easy access to your e-mail
Trying to run Windows 8.1 in a VM on my laptop, see this error message. What to do?
The laptop is a VAIO VPCF135FG with an i5-560M and it supports VT-x instruction set.
> I need a PDF viewer for Android that can lock scrolling to be in only the vertical direction. APV had this option, but it's abandonware that can't run in my Note 3.
I want to completely eradicate vi/vim from my linux systems and replace it with nano, even by calling vi it should actually run nano.
How do I do it? I know it can be done but I'm not sure how.
Also google is showing me how to search and replace text in nano instead of finding relevant results on what I want
I can't uninstall VLC in Debian.
‘apt-get remove vlc’ shows “The following packages will be REMOVED:” and lists 235 MB worth of packages. Ark, kate, dolphin and their mothers among them.
I’m using Debian Jessie and KDE.
Here’s the output. Any ideas?
It's not a problem with apt-get. Aptitude and apper (GUI) give the same problem.
If you could point me in the right direction it would be grand.
Remove vim and make an alias for nano (called 'vim'). Couldn't that work?
Trying to install Media Player Classic, and apparently it's recommended that I first uninstall all codec packs. How do I do that?
what utility did you use to make the live disk? if unetbootin, that is your problem, and try something else. the same shit happened to me. i dont know a mac alternative, rufus is good for windows, dd might be available on mac.