Problem Installing Xprivacy: Where is the Install Button?

I'm trying to install Xprivacy, but I can not find the install button.
When I click on the app logo on my phone, the following screen appears.

If you click "root", the new message "Device is rooted" appears.
Although I'm pretty sure it is not.
Probably the missing check mark means that it is not rooted (a bit confusing).

I assume that I first have to root the phone

Right ?

Command line – Installing the application prerequisites

Hello, I am a newbie in the Linux environment. I try to install Snort on my Ubuntu machine, while I often say the installation in the middle that libnet, zlib, daq are not found as soon as I start snort installation and this time it says pcre is not found becomes. My question is that in Windows, when I install software, these packages are asked for, which need to be installed, and that the installation is downloaded. All commands or something else to know what files are needed for this installation before you start

Is there a way to recover data from the Ubuntu file system after formatting the hard drive and installing Windows?

I had an Ubuntu installation that contained some important data, then somebody mistakenly formatted my hard drive and installed Windows 10. Is there a way to restore some of the files I had on Ubuntu?

The file system of Ubuntu was ext4, and Windows 10 is NTFS.

redhat – how to download ERRATA from yum without installing it

In this example, we can install the errata

yum update --advisory = RHBA-2016: 0694

But is it only possible to download the errata into the local folder?

we just want to download the rpm's without installing them

As we all know, we can do it from the Redhat site as well, but I want to use Yum to download Errata – is it possible

Please advise

grub2 – No boot loader after installing Ubuntu (18.04.2 LTS)

I recently bought a new laptop and wanted to install Ubuntu to replace Windows 10.
After setting my BIOS CSM support to Enabled and Secure Boot to Disabled, I continued to set up Ubuntu.
I chose the "Erase Disk and Install Ubuntu" option, but after a successful installation, when I rebooted my laptop instead of starting GRUB, my BIOS seemed to tell me that there was nothing to boot.

installation – Installing Drupal Drupal sites on the command line

To install Drupal Core with Code deploy I follow these steps:

  1. Download
  2. / usr / bin / unzip -o /tmp/
    / bin / mv / var / www / drupal-7.x / var / www / drupal
  3. Similar steps for downloading and unpacking the modules / designs etc
  4. Next, deploy configurations to the sites / folder and restart Apache

My question is: Do we need drush init steps in this scenario?
and how can we upgrade using only Drush commands?

Many Thanks!

apt – Error installing AMD GPU driver 18.04.2

While trying to install my new Radeon VII on 18.04.2 Bionic I hit a wall. Trying to uninstall and reinstall makes no difference. Does anyone know how to handle this?

When I try to run the installer, I see the following:

nas: ~ / amdgpu-pro-18.50-725072-ubuntu-18.04 $ ./amdgpu-install
deb [ trusted=yes ] File: / var / opt / amdgpu-pro-local / ./
Get: 1 file: / var / opt / amdgpu-pro-local. / InRelease
Ign: 1 File: / var / opt / amdgpu-pro-local ./ InRelease
Get: 2 File: / var / opt / amdgpu-pro-local ./ Release [816 B]
Get: 2 File: / var / opt / amdgpu-pro-local ./ Release [816 B]
Get 3 files: / var / opt / amdgpu-pro-local ./ Release.gpg
Ign: 3 File: / var / opt / amdgpu-pro-local ./ Release.gpg
Hit: 4 bionic InRelease
Click: 5 apt / stable / InRelease
Hit: 6 bionic InRelease
Hit: 7 bionic-updates InRelease
Hit: 8 bionic-backports InRelease
Hit: 9 bionic-security InRelease
Read package lists ... Done
Read package lists ... Done
Create dependency tree
Status information is read ... Done
amdgpu-pro-pin is already the latest version (18.50-725072).
Selected Version & # 39; 18 .50-725072 & # 39; (localhost [all]) for & # 39; amdgpu-pro-pin & # 39;
0 updated, 0 reinstalled, 0 removed and 0 not updated.
Read package lists ... Done
Create dependency tree
Status information is read ... Done
Some packages could not be installed. This can mean that you have
An impossible situation is required or if you are using the unstable
Distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or has been moved out of incoming.
The following information may help correct the situation:

The following packages have unfulfilled dependencies:
amdgpu-lib32: Depends on: libdrm2-amdgpu: i386 (= 1: 2.4.95-725072)
Depends on: libdrm-amdgpu-amdgpu1: i386 (= 1: 2,4,95-725072)
Depends on: libllvm7.0-amdgpu: i386 (= 1: 7,0-725072)
Depends on: libwayland-amdgpu-client0: i386 (= 1.15.0-725072)
Depends on: libwayland-amdgpu-server0: i386 (= 1.15.0-725072)
Depends on: libwayland-amdgpu-egl1: i386 (= 1.15.0-725072)
Depends on: libxatracker2-amdgpu: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Depends on: libgbm1-amdgpu: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Depends on: libegl1-amdgpu-mesa: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Dependent: libegl1-amdgpu-mesa driver: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Depends on: libgles1-amdgpu-mesa: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Depends on: libgles2-amdgpu-mesa: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Depends on: libglapi-amdgpu-mesa: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Depends on: libgl1-amdgpu-mesa-glx: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Depends on: libgl1-amdgpu-mesa-dri: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Dependent on: libosmesa6-amdgpu: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Dependent: mesa-amdgpu-va-driver: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
Dependent: mesa-amdgpu-vdpau-driver: i386 (= 1: 18.2.0-725072)
E: Problems can not be solved. You have stored defective packages.

Can I run Yosemite after installing the Mojave firmware updates?

I'm reluctant to "upgrade" from Yosemite to Mojave. The only reason is that Yosemite makes me do a network diagnostics every ten minutes to reconnect to the Internet, and eventually I'll have to buy another Mac for my studio, so I get used to dealing with the horrors from Mojave now.

I'm trying to do this on an HFS + partition on an external drive and then copy it to the HFS + SSD on my MacBook Air so I can avoid APFS. (I'd like to be able to access files from a G5 server if I have to.) I'm upset that I need to use the relatively insecure SMB or NFS protocols instead of AFP, but I hear it has SMB in it High Sierra works pretty well, but the implementation of Mojave SMB is so flawed that people can not even work with files on servers.

So, before I start the installer on an external drive so I can not get along for a week without a working computer while setting up everything in Mojave, I need to know if I can run my current Yosemite installation after I'm started update the firmware from the Mojave installer. If I install Mojave on an external drive and my current Yosemite setup suddenly fails to boot, I'll be hosed!

Can someone confirm that the firmware updates will not damage Yosemite? Someone told me they could run Maverick after the firmware updates, but I could not prove it anywhere.

Thanks for your help!

macos – The Next button is greyed out when installing .pkg

On 10/12/6, I try to install an iTunes visualizer, but there is no way to get to this screen.

Package installation screen with grayed out color

It's supposed to be installed in / Library / Compositions, so I tried

Sudo Installer -pkg ~ / Downloads / wowlab_oneday_1.0.1 / wowlab_oneday_1.0.1.pkg -target / Library / Compositions

The result was:

Installer: Error trying to find the volume in / Library / Compositions

The same error occurred regardless of the specified destination.

These are the files that the installer wants to install:

Files in .pkg that contain a .qtz file

When I extend wowlab_oneday_1.0.1.pkg with Unarchiver, it includes a Resources folder, a distribution file, and wowlaboneday.pkg. This second .pkg can not be extracted with Unarchiver. When I click Show Package Contents, it contains Bom, PackageInfo, and Payload.

How can I bring out the .qtz file in / Library / Compositions and assume that this must be done?