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Windows can only boot from a GPT partitioned disk in UEFI-Mode, not in legacy BIOS mode. Linux doesn't have this limitation. It might be possible your system doesn't offer UEFI at all. You have to check your servers BIOS to see if you can switch it to UEFI boot mode.
Did you install some packages and the installation was interrupted? Try fixing that with sudo apt-get install -f.
To install mysql 5.6 you just need to do the following: $ apt-get update && apt-get install mysql-server-5.6 You can login as root to run the command or sudo it. After that, you can tune up the /etc/my.cnf file
Sorry for the noise, I have figured it out by myself in the meantime. The only thing that needs to be done is to delete the following file: C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft_Corporation\LandingPage.exe_StrongName_ryspccglaxmt4nhllj5z3thycltsvyyx\10.0.0.0\user.config Then restart the installation process and you're good!
The answers above are outdated AS ROOT curl -sL https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup | bash - yum install -y nodejs and you are done. verify your install with node -v
You can't safely delete these files, they are there to facilitate uninstall, modify and repair operations for the installed product. These MSI files used to be small because they were stripped of their internal CAB files. However, starting with Windows 7 (MSI version 5) the MSI files are now cached full size to avoid breaking the file signature that affects ...
I use JuJu which basically allows to have a really tiny linux distribution (containing just the package manager) inside your $HOME/.juju directory. It allows to have your custom system inside the home directory accessible via proot and, therefore, you can install any packages without root privileges. It will run properly to all the major linux ...
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