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Most laptops , only one screw - but I'm done here. You're right.
Thanks and regards..
there was just this one thing here :)
You don't "fiddle" with them. You disconnect them. And it is very safe if you take the time to learn how to do it. But then some play it safe and I respect that.
That is a one case scenario with one commercial brand of BIOS. For instance, that will not work with a DQ35J0E or DQ965GF Intel board. (or .. err even try that on a Toshiba Satalite) That information...
Lots of olde stuff here, Where is it? The kernel.
As I said, I have been using them here for over 4 years with no corruption. These USBs are for custom work for some, not everybody. They are good to use , for instance, on commercial machines...
Never happened here for ... lemme see.. 4 years of doing this. Perhaps you have a case point ref but it hasn't happened here. I have learned to do what works for me. I like to experiement and I like...
I use the Grub Rescue CD. Works 9 times out of 10. You would have to download it and burn it to a CD. I am only reporting a method I use. There are probably other methods but I am just covering...
The majority of the standard ways do fail. That is why I basically cut to the chase on this one. However , there are certain cases , certain hardware that will allow for a successful install if an...
And this ... at least thats the official askubuntu take on it.. So the two official ubuntu pages contradict each other.
I guess my next question would be if you plan to use the upgraded server as a production machine or a testing machine? The reason that I ask is because close to the end of the testing cycle as we are...
But there is that disclaimer...
Yes .. it looks like you excluded some code.
Found this ..
Not sure it will help.
AppArmor can be disabled, and the kernel module unloaded by entering the following:
I am just wondering if it is too late to try this :
aptitude update && aptitude safe-upgrade
but you would have to install aptitude first.
To be perfectly honest I have never used that method so I cannot comment sepcifically. However, I have found that during devlopment cycle that the 'upgrade mangler' is to be avoided.
I am just curious as to which method you used to upgrade.
Works fine on my Intel based Toshiba Satalite A-105.
00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/PM/GMS, 943/940GML and 945GT Express...
What year is that machine ??
I have the Satalite A105 Centrino Duo laptop. I'll check that out.
Applies as such:
# call fstrim-all to trim all mounted file systems which support it
# This only runs on Intel and Samsung SSDs by default, as some SSDs with faulty
Ubiquity has this unique, built-in property to recognize a USB flash drive as if it were an actual hdd. It was (and still is) one of those hidden treasures built in to Ubuntu that kept me really...
You got it absolutely right!! (Your method). Take the hdd out !! No muss , no fuss with GRuB. When I first did this back during Maveric cycle I was dumbfounded!! I could stick my Lucid/Maveric USB...
That was covered pretty good here:
Hey .. thanks sammiev.... enjoyed every minute of it :)