Month: September 2021

How to Install the Latest Linux Kernels on Debian and Debian Based Distributions

Recent versions of the Linux kernel have drivers for new devices and other innovations. Unfortunately, many popular Linux distributions are in no rush to update their kernel. This tutorial will show you how easy it is, without compiling, to install any version of the Linux kernel on Debian and derived (more…)

How to Install the Latest Linux Kernels on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Recent versions of the Linux kernel have drivers for new devices and other innovations. Unfortunately, many popular Linux distributions are in no rush to update their kernel. This tutorial will show you how easy it is to install any version of the Linux kernel on Ubuntu and Linux Mint without compiling. (more…)

Gmail does not receive forwarded emails (SOLVED)

Some Gmail users face the problem that the configured forwarding to the Google mailbox (Gmail) does not work, or is unstable.

I faced such a problem when trying to set up forwarding from mail.ru mail to @gmail.com mail. In my case, forwarding from mail.ru was configured correctly and enabled. (more…)

Error “trid: loadlocale.c:129: _nl_intern_locale_data: Assertion `cnt < (sizeof (_nl_value_type_LC_TIME) / sizeof (_nl_value_type_LC_TIME[0]))' failed” (SOLVED)

When running this or that command, you may encounter an error in which the word “loadlocale.c” appears. You can report this bug to the author so that he can fix it, as it is more of a program bug. However, there are several ways to fix this error.

As you can tell from the “locale” (more…)

Error “cannot resolve dependency lib32 (32-bit library)” (SOLVED)

When installing a package on Arch Linux or a distro derived from it, for example, by running the following command:

sudo pacman -S trid

an error may occur stating that dependencies could not be resolved. The name of this dependency can contain the number “32” or the string (more…)

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