1. Missing dependencies when install an app.
You can fix this by installing missing dependencies.
Just run the following command
(after you have run
sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb).
sudo apt-get install -f
This will install missing dependencies and configure Google Chrome for you.
#!/bin/bash LOGFILE=/home/admin/network-monitor.log if ifconfig eth0 | grep -q "inet addr:" ; then echo "$(date "+%m %d %Y %T") : Ethernet OK" >> $LOGFILE else echo "$(date "+%m %d %Y %T") : Ethernet connection down! Attempting reconnection." >> $LOGFILE ifup --force eth0 OUT=$? #save exit status of last command to decide what to do next if [ $OUT -eq 0 ] ; then STATE=$(ifconfig eth0 | grep "inet addr:") echo "$(date "+%m %d %Y %T") : Network connection reset. Current state is" $STATE >> $LOGFILE else echo "$(date "+%m %d %Y %T") : Failed to reset ethernet connection" >> $LOGFILE fi fi
The image file is a “whole disk” image that includes a partition table with two partitions (for boot and root filesystems).
It will not work if you try and write it into an existing partition.
The way I use dto do it was like this….
1) Uncompress the image file to a plain “.img” file
2) Use kpartx to access the image file “sudo kpartx -a -v uncompressed_raspbian_image_file_name” which will create block devices in /dev/mapper
$ sudo kpartx -a -v 2018-04-18-raspbian-stretch.img add map loop0p1 (252:0): 0 88262 linear /dev/loop0 8192 add map loop0p2 (252:1): 0 9576448 linear /dev/loop0 98304 $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/loop0p2 /mnt $ ls /mnt bin dev home lost+found mnt proc run srv tmp var boot etc lib media opt root sbin sys usr $
You can then copy the files from there into the existing partitions for boot and root on your disk. You will then have to fix the config.txt and fstab files to make them mount the correct partitions.