1. I would like to install Foo
2. Foo requires Bar, which I don’t have installed.
3. I cannot install Bar because Baz mysterious error.
4. Baz mysterious error turns out, upon research, to require Bazz.
5. Bazz doesn’t exist in repository. Maybe Bazzz will work.
6. More research. Compile Bazzz! But you can’t $ make because Bazzz needs Bazzzz.
7. Bazzzz needs Foo to install.
8. Go mental. Loop 1.
How can I pull individual files off iOS/iPadOS 13 and put them back on in you like with ifunbox?
I love sharing the excitement and frustration of learning #Linux things with friends. Sometimes it's a challenge. But the thrill of success when it happens is heaps amazing.
Linux is my problematic girlfriend.
#Linux #MATE Query
My compy crashed and had to reboot, after which Linux (systemd?) silently asked (no debug dump) if I wanted to let it try to fix errors. After, yes, it booted up fine...
Except ~/.config/MATE/stickynotes-applet.xml has been wiped clean, without my recent compy notes! Any ideas how and where to restore that file? It's never done this before.
#Linux users of #Lynx and #Elinks who aren't adept at debugging code might note:
I had trouble with https after updating Lynx. It turned out to be an easy fix. GNU TLS libraries weren't installed or weren't talking correctly. I added the dev lib and a few others. I believe the dev did it.
Elinks and Lynx still crash sometimes, so if anyone has input on this, please ping me.
I think the Terminal or Lynx is confuzzled by the fonts, not knowing to substitute my standard terminal font for the emoji font.
That's a stark guess. But it makes sense.
I have seen no terminal with selectivity of per-character font. Or other programs, for that matter. #Linux registration of fonts for certain languages would be a nifty notion.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko