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    [all variants] Re: How can I keep/preserve my old distro?

    Thanks for the tip, Frogs Hair! This is new to me. I've made myself a CD and hope to try it in the next day or two. Nice that one can download the whole distro, too. Makes me feel less nervous.
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    [all variants] Re: How can I keep/preserve my old distro?

    Hi, Guys
    Tks for your quick response. Dino99 has the best idea but I don't get an IT budget like the rest of the family so I have to make do with kit others have finished with. They've all just...
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    [all variants] How can I keep/preserve my old distro?

    I have a V Old (Pentium3) Packard Bell with 127MB RAM, 8GB+4GB IDE disks, floppy disk + CD/DVD -R/W drive. This ran a very acceptable Xubuntu system 7.10 Gutsy which I managed to destroy yesterday. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: System program problem detected

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    [ubuntu] Re: System program problem detected

    Poking about a bit more, I'm now having problems with wireless comms and some Apps are taking forever to load. I also tried to see what the problem report looked like. Unfortunately I cant manage...
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    [ubuntu] System program problem detected

    After a Herculean struggle finally got a satisfactory "clean"-ish dual boot Windows7/Ubuntu 12.04 on my new Dell XPS17. I'm not a fan of "Unity" which is non-intuitive and awkward in use - and...
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