When a new host is added to a Linux box, you’re going to need to check the hosts listed in the Linux Host list.
If you’re not already familiar with the hosts, I’ll show you how to do it in this article.
If, however, you want to add your own host, here are the steps: Install the Linux kernel from the official source.
If not, you can find it in the repositories directory.
Type the following commands into a terminal window: su If you want a more interactive way to do this, type: echo ‘#!/bin/bash’ | bash Note that this command does not have to be run immediately.
This step can be automated in the future.
Type “echo -n'” to get the output of the shell.
Now, if you’re running Ubuntu Linux, open up the Terminal and run: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic Make sure that you have the correct version of linux-image-generic installed.
If it doesn’t work, run the following command again: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:linux-image/stable-ppa sudo apt update sudo apt install linux You should see the output that shows you the correct Linux kernel.
Now that you’ve got the proper kernel installed, you’ll need to install the necessary packages.
We’ll need the following packages: libx11-dev libxrandr-dev linux-libc-dev OpenXML-dev