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Alternatively, the package can be downloaded manually and installed with dpkg -i.This option will require manual installation of all RabbitMQ package dependencies and is highly discouraged.

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Installation via apt repositories is recommendedover downloading the package directly and installing via dpkg -i. When the RabbitMQpackage is installed manually with dpkg -i the operator is responsible for making surethat all package dependencies are met.

The vast majority of Ubuntu users download the LTS version, so they only have to deal with performing a major system upgrade every two years, or longer if they want to wait out the full support period rather than jump to the latest version.

You can either download binaries or source code archives for the latest stable or previous release or access the current development (aka nightly) distribution through Git. This software may not be exported in violation of any U.S. export laws or regulations. For more information regarding Export Control matters please go to

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Yes, I can get working kernel. It would be nice if ubuntu would work out of the box with most new amd laptops. I understand that amd hasnt been very proactive with this issue, but now the status of these (power management and suspend/resume) issues seem promising. That 5.13 kernel is unusable for most (?) of these ryzen (zen2 or later) laptops.

@m_ueberall the release notes says up to 5.14 kernels, but if you look at the changelog there are changes to support also 5.15, so I guess they mention 5.14 only because of a lack of testing. We are currently enabling zfs with 5.15 and the initial testing passed correctly. Obviously we need to do more extensive testing (and ubuntu 5.15 is still a linux-unstable kernel), but it looks 5.15 is supported so far.

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Hi.Same here from a Kubuntu 21.10 and last build of Rstudio community edition.The app is launched and loads the menu bar... and nothing more. It requires an explicit kill to close everything.It's pretty frustrating because I didn't found any clue either. No crash message. Didn't find any log. Running from terminal doesn't show any output either.I was quite surprised by @gsgmx info, that it worked with roots privileges. I tried. It does indeed. Weird. Nevertheless it's not something I'd like to do.From other apps I'm running and that recently and suddenly crashed, I got a hint and found something that might help, while waiting for a more professional answer from someone...

@mcar176 I can confirm,rstudio --no-sandboxdoes the job for normal users. A good workaround for the moment.And certainly no, I would not attempt to run RStudio as root in normal day to day usage. I did that just to find out, whether it makes a difference under the current circumstances.Your link to the ubuntu / glibc issue with electron based apps might point into the right direction. As far as I looked at the dailies change logs, there seems to be electron 14 in use now. Not sure though.

You use Kubuntu, so probably the KDE/Plasma environment, I use OpenSUSE TW with KDE/Plasma. So if @wagafo uses KDE as well it might point to a KDE issue, if not we have to look elsewhere.Another application which fails since the last big OS upgrade is Firefox ESR. Currently at version 78.14.0esr.

You may get latest build (EA version) of DBeaver. Usually it contains all major bug fixes found in current stable version. Just choose the archive corresponding to your OS and hardware from the following folder: EA version downloads.

RHEL and derivatives typically ship older versions of git. You can download a tarball and build from source, or use a 3rd-party repository such as the IUS Community Project to obtain a more recent version of git.

Installing WSL 2 on Windows 10 and 11 is easier than ever, and adding a distro to it requires little more than downloading an app from the Microsoft Store. But it doesn't have to end there. The Microsoft Store has a good, but limited selection of Linux distros, and in the case of Ubuntu, you're basically looking at the LTS versions and not the latest rolling releases.

From here on out you're going to be in your PowerShell terminal. Take a note of where you've downloaded the tar file from the steps above to as you'll need the file location as part of the install process.

The process of installation begins with importing the downloaded image from Ubuntu into your WSL setup. We have a full guide on exporting and importing Linux distros in WSL that can help, but we'll still cover everything you need here.

While not a long process to switch to or enter your new installation as your user instead of root, automating the process is always better. Configuring the default user for a distro installed in this way is a little different to those that have an executable downloaded from the Store.

Ubuntu 22.04 KDE Neon users report problems with the libpoppler-glib8 dependency. The solution is to downgrade this package to the official Ubuntu version. sudo apt install libpoppler-glib8:i386,amd64=22.02.0-2ubuntu0.1

Older versions of Wine (prior to version 6.21) have FAudio as a dependency.These packages are missing on Ubuntu 18.04. These can be downloaded from the Open Build Service.For Debian 10, these packages are available in backports.

To install Wine on a Ubuntu machine without internet access, you must have access to a second Ubuntu machine (or VM) with an internet connection to download the WineHQ .deb package and its dependencies.

Elixir provides a precompiled package for every release. First install Erlang and then download the appropriate precompiled Elixir below. You can consult your Erlang/OTP version by running erl -s halt:

Next you should download source code (.zip, .tar.gz) of the latest release, unpack it and then run make inside the unpacked directory (note: if you are running on Windows, read this page on setting up your environment for compiling Elixir).

Ubuntu is developed by British company Canonical,[22] and a community of other developers, under a meritocratic governance model.[7][23] Canonical provides security updates and support for each Ubuntu release, starting from the release date and until the release reaches its designated end-of-life (EOL) date.[7][24][25] Canonical generates revenue through the sale of premium services related to Ubuntu and donations from those who download the Ubuntu software.[26][27][28]

The system requirements vary among Ubuntu products. For the Ubuntu desktop release 22.04 LTS, a PC with at least 2 GHz dual-core processor, 4 GB of RAM and 25 GB of free disk space is recommended.[57] For less powerful computers, there are other Ubuntu distributions such as Lubuntu and Xubuntu. Ubuntu also supports the ARM architecture.[4][58][59][60][61] It is also available on Power ISA,[4][62][63][64] while older PowerPC architecture was at one point unofficially supported,[65] and now newer Power ISA CPUs (POWER8) are supported. The x86-64 ("AMD64") architecture is also officially supported.

Live images are the typical way for users to assess and subsequently install Ubuntu. These can be downloaded as a disk image (.iso) and subsequently burnt to a DVD or USB flash drive and then booted. Other methods include running the live version via UNetbootin, or Startup Disk Creator (a pre-installed tool on Ubuntu, available on machines already running the OS) directly from a USB drive (making, respectively, a live DVD or live USB medium). Running Ubuntu in this way is slower than running it from a hard drive, but does not alter the computer unless specifically instructed by the user. If the user chooses to boot the live image rather than execute an installer at boot time, there is still the option to then use an installer called Ubiquity to install Ubuntu once booted into the live environment.[66] Disk images of all current and past versions are available for download at the Ubuntu web site.[67]


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