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  Date: Jan 04    Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu    Views: 293
  

The live CDs seem to work well enough (minus the part where you don't get
all your files stored on the hard drive). They (the Ubuntu loading screens)
start off gray instead of colored (if that is what you meant by grayboxed).

One error message I have gotten a few times now, and just finally got it
clipped (because you have to Ctrl + V) to capture instead of right click,
copy...is "W: GPG error: http://wine.budgetdedicated.com feisty Release: The
following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not
available: NO_PUBKEY 58403026387EE263"

I have gone through synoptic to remove wine (wanted to run IE because of a
couple of sites...GunBound, and University of Phoenix because both of them
don't play nice with FF or Epiphany). Not sure if I got it all though,
because that was several boots ago that I removed it. Is there a way to
check and see what all I have installed in a format that can be printed or
saved to a log file so I can send it out to have someone who knows wtf they
are doing help?

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered On: Jan 04    

No public key is installed; no way to check it packages from repo are
secure! This is just a warning!

> I have gone through synoptic to remove wine (wanted to run IE because of a
> couple of sites...GunBound, and University of Phoenix because both of them
> don't play nice with FF or Epiphany).

Easy way to get IE5/6 working in Linux. This is a self contained package
that uses wine but installs via a simple script.

http://www.tatanka.com.br/ies4linux/page/Main_Page

Not sure if I got it all though,
> because that was several boots ago that I removed it. Is there a way to
> check and see what all I have installed in a format that can be printed or
> saved to a log file so I can send it out to have someone who knows wtf they
> are doing help?

Install "apt-show-versions"

$ sudo apt-get install apt-show-versions

Then redirect the output to a file (out.txt)

$ apt-show-versions >out.txt

 
Answer #2    Answered On: Jan 04    

Is this normal? How can I get rid of it if it won't check to see if it is
installed? Is there a reason to have Wine except to run IE?

> > I have gone through synoptic to remove wine (wanted to run IE because
> of a
> > couple of sites...GunBound, and University of Phoenix because both of
> them
> > don't play nice with FF or Epiphany).
>
> Easy way to get IE5/6 working in Linux. This is a self contained package
> that uses wine but installs via a simple script.
>
> http://www.tatanka.com.br/ies4linux/page/Main_Page
>
On that site it says that it is not to be used for navigation...does that
mean it WON'T navigate, or that you just are not SUPPOSED to? Also, by
having allegedly removed the wine package, will that cause a problem as
well??

Not sure if I got it all though,
> > because that was several boots ago that I removed it. Is there a way to
> > check and see what all I have installed in a format that can be printed
> or
> > saved to a log file so I can send it out to have someone who knows
> they
> > are doing help?
>
> Install "apt-show-versions"
>
$ sudo apt-get install apt-show-versions
>
> Then redirect the output to a file (out.txt)
>
> $ apt-show-versions >out.txt
>
How do I use this? After pasting the last line (minus the $ since it is
already there in terminal) my box froze again...had to kill, then start
again.

 
Answer #3    Answered On: Jan 04    

To add the key:

wget -q http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt/387EE263.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key
add -

Note: see http://winehq.org/site/download-deb

 
Answer #4    Answered On: Jan 04    

I haven't had that problem, but I've not installed wine through
synaptic but through Automatix. You might want to try that.

 
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