This happened to me when embedding an EPS file into a xelatex document. The fix for me was to add the binaries directory
/usr/local/texlive/2016/bin/x86_64-linux to the
PATH environment variable.
set clipboard=unnamed within your
~/.vimrc VIM configuration file.
Re-posted from https://linuxconfig.org/vim-unable-to-paste-e353-nothing-in-register-error-solution
I got this error message when I wanted to use dd to copy a raw image to a MicroSD card. You will see this message if you have unmounted the card with a file manager like Nautilus. I guess it unmounts not fully, or in a special way.
The fix is easy:
Unmount the card via the terminal:
The dd command will work now.
Another variant of this error can be seen when using bmaptool :
bmaptool: ERROR: cannot open destination file '/dev/sdd': [Errno 123] No medium found: '/dev/sdd'