Overcoming “brackets : Depends: libgcrypt11 (>= 1.4.5) but it is not installable”
Trying to install the code editor Brackets on Ubuntu 16.04 results in the above error. Luckily though there’s an easy fix and hopefully you won’t have to spend the time I did to find it.
Not sure if you can handle the throttled speeds in Verizon’s new “Saftey Net” plans and want to try before you buy?
Or maybe you’re a web developer who would like to test your website’s performance on slow connection speeds?
Chrome has a built-in test method for you.
So no one else has to go down the troubleshooting path I went (Disable UAC, Disable Anti-Virus, Install as Admin, Install from Folder, etc.) here’s what worked for me to install Photoshop Elements 9 in Windows 10.
In case anyone is interested in knowing I downloaded the source code for release 3.4 and compiled it with the change listed here: https://tvheadend.org/projects/tvheadend/wiki/Tvheadend_NTSC and I can now tune in analog (and digital) stations with my Hauppauge HVR 1600 tuner.
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In an OwnCloud server if you change the permissions of an external drive to give r/w access (in my case chgrp www-data) and OwnCloud isn’t updating those permissions you can do this. In your MySQL database find your external storage in oc_storages and make note of the numeric id. Then run this query “Delete from oc_filecache where storage = numeric_id” replacing numeric_id with the one you found in the oc_storages table.
Ubuntu 14.04 Server