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It looks like three and four are you current Linux. So logic suggests five and six are the other Ubuntu. From the info, three is the one you booted from.
Have you tried chmod to take possession, instead?
It looks like it has been several hours. I am sure that you have already tried this option, however just in case you could try holding shift as the computer starts up. If the main startup...
Have you tried the basic
This could just be a Lubuntu thing but when I install I have to click an install button, then I have to get the package by clicking another button? I wonder if that's similar on Ubuntu, and if that's...
I liked this one
Try a live disk first. It recommends buying that model with a preinstall option. However my guess is that yours didn't come with. A live disk is a great way to see how thing ms will run without an...
Apologies for not being specific and wasting time. I ment that once lubuntu is loaded, I have to manually turn on the audio for anything. I can still turn it on, I just didn't know if there was an...
I have noticed that I have no sound during startup, and can correct by unclicking external speaker, and phone in my mixer, is there a way to script the changes so that I can run it at startup. I have...
Sorry about the not being fixed yet. In the gnome alsa mixer is there an option for external amp that's marked?
I presume the fireworks need to fill the whole page? You might try zoom, or fill, unless the picture had black with just one corner. Then you need to make a new image file, and use that.
I know on uverse that 443 is the port they use for the tv casting, so that might be the reason for CenturyTel(note, that I am not suggesting more research is un-needed)
You might try changing the theme in system>appearance>themes. Toggle to one and then back. Supposedly its a redraw problem.
I had similer issues. On my system, the sounds mute every time I started. So you should double check that.
alsamixer in the terminal will let you access the toggles.
another post suggested
I figured that I wouldn't see much help on another distro, so I decided to use lubuntu in oracle instead ran fine, I was worried it wouldn't be helpfull
Looks like you are not the first, apparently a permissions issue
haven't tried it, looks strait forward though.
According to documentation you can type cntr U to open updater from within the program. For software update it should be handled by your system updater, however you choose to do this.
I recently attempted to load DSL Linux on a thumb drive setup with virtualbox(oracle) portable. (windows xp is host)
I was able to install onto the virtual drive. Partitioned within the virtual hard...
Thanks so much for the fast reply, I will try that way. I believe the manager I was using was the default in lubuntu.
can you get to the terminal by typing ctrl alt f1?
Mis posted my mistake and appologies
I have been using the gui software updater in Lubuntu, around once a day, usualy there are just small tweaks it seams, but today there was around 40 mb of updates. Is this a fairly common thing...
I just started messing around with Linux in the last week or so. This page( that was suggested from one of the wiki pages I think) has been strait forward and help full when dealing with the...
Seems like you could set up an alias too