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  1. [SOLVED] Re: X11 keyboard layout vs vc keyboard layout

    Thank you for the answer! What you said was what I feared the most. I really hoped that someone could prove my speculations wrong. Still, I feel much better about this subject now that I know how the...
  2. [SOLVED] X11 keyboard layout vs vc keyboard layout

    Hi!
    I am running Kubuntu 14.04 and I am a Neo keyboard layout user. Setting it in the GUI was easy but it didn't last when I entered tty. I was sent back to qwerty. Trying to solve the problem with...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: vmlinuz and initrd.img symbolic links in / directory

    Thanks a lot guys!!!
  4. [SOLVED] Re: vmlinuz and initrd.img symbolic links in / directory

    Strange. Does that mean I don't have to mess with Grub if I want to change my kernel?
    And what about this 0 file. I couldn't find any information about it either.

    Thank you for answering,...
  5. [SOLVED] vmlinuz and initrd.img symbolic links in / directory

    Hello,
    I am running Kubuntu 14.04. Today I found the following files in my root directory:
    initrd.img.old (symbolic link)
    vmlinuz (symbolic link)
    vmlinuz.old (symbolic link)
    0 (not a symbolic...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to use fglrx on two kernels

    Solved it! It is interesting how there is no information on the Internet on how to do this. The only thing I could find was a thread on which someone was asking the same thing. He never got an...
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    [SOLVED] How to use fglrx on two kernels

    Hi!
    I am using two kernels. A generic 3.8 kernel and an older one (3.2.0-25) which is built for PHC(undervolting stuff). When I install the proprietary driver for my Radeon HD 6xxx on one of those...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't adjust my monitor

    Maybe you should install the proprietary drivers for your video card?
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to Change Boot Screen

    The easiest way is to open /etc/default/grub and change GRUB_BACKGROUND so that it points to your background picture
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Problems mounting drives during boot sequence

    Seems like there is something messed up with your fstab file. In terminal type:

    sudo leafpad /etc/fstab

    This file says which partitions will be mounted and how.
    Assuming your HDDs are:
    sda...
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