So Ubuntu is my new operating system for the next days. And it crashed and crashed. After a day of super heat and sweaty walk, in a strange place. After finding a cyber cafe to join in. Not to say that finding fast connection, was very challenging.
I made an run to install Vidyo. For Ubuntu? I wondered. I decided to list the steps I took today as a reference.
sudo dpkg -i VidyoDesktopInstaller-ubuntu-TAG_VD_3_0_4_001.deb
OK, that part is accomplished, Now I don’t have an ICR client, Colloquy is what we used for MAC, well they don’t do a MAC version.
I like mibbit. and it cool. IRC Cloud is cool too. I installed Smuxi and it works fine because it has intergration messages like Colloquy does for MAC.
sudo apt-get install smuxi
Non bug related I was able to re-download the code to build Firefox and starting doing the mach build ~~~ python boostrap.py ~~~ this returned errors at the end ~~~ git clone gecko-dev ~~~ Make configuration file for the build. ~~~ ac_add_options –enable-debug > mozconfig
ac_add_options --disable-optimize > mozconfig ~~~
– Wrote ideas for bug comment
"Dear bug 632204 I would like to end your existence by boosting my knowledge in removing you from the code base. I know who you are, I will find you, and I will erase you. ( Quote from movie ). (Frantic music plays here)."
I don't know what else to say.
"Dear sir/Madam, I am Coderburg Vugs-Squasher Prince the Third, I address this email from a lonely island in Africa, I address this letter to confirm that you are the lucky person to receive this email about deleting one in a million bugs. If you are so kind and please provide access to the richness of deleting this bug number 632204"
"Here, here, I would like to work on this 632204. Thank you."
Install VirtualBox 4.x from http://www.virtualbox.org/
Go to https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads
Selected Trusty 14.04 386 for download
~~~ cd Downloads
sudo dpkg -i virtualbox-4.3_4.3.16-95972~Ubuntu~raring_i386.deb ~~~ > - Install vagrant >= 1.6 using the installer from vagrantup.com > > - Go to http://www.vagrantup.com/downloads.html > > - Selected 32 bits Ubuntu > > - In terminal > ~~~ cd Downloads sudo dpkg -i vagrant_1.6.5_i686.deb ~~~ > - Install the vagrant-vbguest plugin. > > - Go to https://github.com/dotless-de/vagrant-vbguest > > - Selected Vagrant > 1.1 > > - In terminal ~~~ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest ~~~ > - Fork the project. (See GitHub and Webdev Bootcamp) > > - In terminal ~~~ cd ~/Sites/ git clone https://github.com/zeusintuivo/kuma cd kuma git remote add mozilla git://github.com/mozilla/kuma.git git submodule update --init --recursive ~~~ > > - 2. Create a branch for a bug ($ git checkout -b new-issue-888888) > > - In terminal ~~~ git checkout -b new-issue-632204 git submodule update --init --recursive ~~~ > > - 3. Copy a vagrantconfig_local.yaml file for your VM: > > - In terminal > ~~~ cp vagrantconfig_local.yaml-dist vagrantconfig_local.yaml ~~~ > > - 4. Start the VM and install everything. (approx. 30 min on a fast net connection).: > > - In terminal ~~~ vagrant up ~~~ ``` WAIT 30 minutes WAIT and WAIT ``` > - ^ This crashed in my case: ~~~ " It appears your machine doesn't support NFS, or there is not an adapter to enable NFS on this machine for Vagrant. Please verify that `nfsd` is installed on your machine, and try again. If you're on Windows, NFS isn't supported. " ~~~ > > What do I do ? I Google it
Googled: "It appears your machine doesn't support NFS, or there is not "
Found this: https://github.com/edx/edx-platform/wiki/Simplified-install-with-vagrant
- In terminal ~~~ sudo apt-get install nfs-common nfs-kernel-server ~~~ Then ~~~ vagrant destroy -f && vagrant up ~~~ ``` My connection dropped and the install of the vagrant up
did not finish. ```` > - Errors showed up > > *cont next day
- end of day -