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  1. Re: How to uninstall parallel linux distros in a multiboot environment

    Dear Fantab and OldFred,

    Very sincere thanks to you. Fantab gave me reference material I will use in my all future installs :)
    But at the moment I could not dare removing my existing ubuntu.
    ...
  2. Re: How to uninstall parallel linux distros in a multiboot environment

    Thank you very much for your prompt reply.

    Yes I should not have shared /home but I just wanted to test Mint and was planning to do what I want to do now.

    Indeed I simulated to delete those...
  3. How to uninstall parallel linux distros in a multiboot environment

    Hello,

    I have a multiboot environment with several Windows versions around 12.04, as well as 2 flavors of mint and cinnamon
    which share the same home and have their own / and /boot as shown in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Remove shortcut from gnome launcher 12.04

    Thank you! I think the fool is not the one who cannot remove ... :)
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Adding Mint Linux to Ubuntu 12.04/Windows7 Dual boot

    Yes, yes, about the /boot I know there are very elegant solutions with a separate boot partition but I did not have enough time to learn that yet...

    Regarding separate home, excellent references,...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Adding Mint Linux to Ubuntu 12.04/Windows7 Dual boot

    Thank you! I did not know these tools. Much appreciated, particularly because I want to learn and making many more mistakes on the way... Thanks very much. Best regards, Zuheyr
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Adding Mint Linux to Ubuntu 12.04/Windows7 Dual boot

    Thank you. I tried to find the article I used and read a number of new ones now but you are right. I will reduce it to say 4.5GB max!

    On the other hand:
    I have added the Mint Linux variants...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Adding Mint Linux to Ubuntu 12.04/Windows7 Dual boot

    Thank you! Yes this is certainly my intention.
    In fact, I also intend to share the swap as well as I invested in a generous swap (please see the gparted image: ...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Adding Mint Linux to Ubuntu 12.04/Windows7 Dual boot

    Thank you so very much!
    This is the gparted image.
    http://ubuntuone.com/6t0yzhXoATkdY0qnPwk3BQ

    In the first disk I have Ubuntu 11.10 and Windows Vista, both 32.
    In the 2nd hard disk, which...
  10. [SOLVED] Adding Mint Linux to Ubuntu 12.04/Windows7 Dual boot

    Hello,

    I managed to install the Ubuntu 12.04/Windows7 after quite a struggle, mainly thanks to MorisseyJ's post about the b43 firmware...

    I want to add, however, Mint Linux Cinamon to this...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: 11.10 How to keep launcher hidden unless wanted

    Right.
  12. [ubuntu] 11.10 How to keep launcher hidden unless wanted

    Hello,

    Regarding Ubuntu 11.10: I want the launcher bar be only visble when you took your mouse to the top left of the screen if this is possible at all.
    Even when there is no application forcing...
  13. [SOLVED] Re: How to remove an Ubuntu distro in multi OS installation

    I am not very familiar with the WIN cd/dvd...
    Thank you. Regards
    Zuheyr
  14. [SOLVED] Re: How to remove an Ubuntu distro in multi OS installation

    Thank you for the quick reply.

    I knew the tool was Gparted but it was very assuring to have your quick response.

    Once again my admiration and thanks go to Gparted developers. It worked like a...
  15. Re: Application for Ubuntu Membership - Joseph Mills

    Thank you for the quick response. +1
    Zuheyr
  16. [SOLVED] Re: How to remove an Ubuntu distro in multi OS installation

    Thank you.

    Ubuntu and Gparted are really "foolproof".

    I figured out the partition of the 9.10,
    just installed and ran the gparted, deleted the partition and resized the one at its right to...
  17. [SOLVED] How to remove an Ubuntu distro in multi OS installation

    Hello,

    Currently I am using Windows Vista, Ubuntu 11.04 and Ubuntu 9.10.
    I want to cleanly remove the Ubuntu 9.10 and reclaim the space.
    Can you please help me with that?

    Many thanks for...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to get back Ubuntu look in 11.04?

    Dear friends, thank you. I apologize for the late reply due to a family problem.

    Yes indeed, clicking on the user name in the login process gave me the classic look. Thank you very much all....
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to get back Ubuntu look in 11.04?

    Hello,

    Thank you for your reply. I am using Wubi. I have installed Ubuntu Natty inside Windows. As far as I can see there is no option at the reboot.

    That's why it is so depressing: jumping...
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    [SOLVED] How to get back Ubuntu look in 11.04?

    I wonder why Ubuntu is getting more and more an Apple clo(w)n??
    Is Apple paying the developments?

    How can I get back the Ubuntu/Linux look of 11.04 where I do not even find the preferences?
    ...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to replace an Ubuntu version with a new one?

    Very good :-) This is exactly what has happened!
    Fine, I will visit some new places. Thanks toyou and the other friends who replied. Thank you all!

    Zuheyr
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to replace an Ubuntu version with a new one?

    Hi David, many thanks. In fact I have another PC to dolve my problems, so the only worry is not to erase the Windows partitions, and time.

    Linux is like sailing and chess. There is always...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to replace an Ubuntu version with a new one?

    Thank you very much. I really appreciate.
    I will do a seperate /home partition this time... I should have done this before.

    Many many thanks, Zuheyr
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to replace an Ubuntu version with a new one?

    Thank you very much. I really appreciate.
    I will do a seperate /home partition this time... I should have done this before.

    Many many thanks, Zuheyr
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to replace an Ubuntu version with a new one?

    Thank you for your excellent reply.

    Perfect advise, I dont think I backed up the hidden files.

    With the minimal install, you mean whatever the installer installs. I do not know any other way...
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