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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Moving Ubuntu from partitioned disk to its own hard drive

    Thanks, that seems to have fixed everything!
  2. [SOLVED] Moving Ubuntu from partitioned disk to its own hard drive

    I have my hard drive partitioned with Windows 7 on /dev/sda2 and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS installed on /dev/sda6. The remaining partitions are used for recovery modes, the linux swap space, and so on. This...
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    Generic Radeon driver support

    As I explained on this thread, I just upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04 from 12.04, and have had quite a few problems regarding my Radeon 3000 graphics card, which is no longer supported by AMD.

    As that...
  4. Re: Catalyst Control Center on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?

    Thanks anyway for the help. Interestingly, doing sudo apt-get remove --purge fglrx again got it working enough that the graphics on Ubuntu now work again. When I first startup, it's always dark and I...
  5. Re: Catalyst Control Center on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?

    Thanks, and sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I had a bit of trouble getting my hands on a phone today, unfortunately, and finally just realized I could mount my Windows partition and then...
  6. Re: Catalyst Control Center on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?

    Unfortunately, still no change. To be clear, what I did was I followed the link to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/VideoDriverDetection#Problem:_Need_to_purge_-fglrx and then entered the...
  7. Re: Catalyst Control Center on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?

    Thanks for the response.

    Unfortunately, it seems that I did screw something up while I was trying to follow the instructions on one of the links I posted before. Now, my graphics card is not...
  8. Catalyst Control Center on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?

    I just upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from 12.04. Previously, I had had Catalyst Control Center installed and working, but an error occurred during the upgrade which said that restoring the...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Choosing a PCI NIC card with Ubuntu support

    Alright, thanks for the info.
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Choosing a PCI NIC card with Ubuntu support

    I was just thinking the same thing. A PCIe x1 card will also be fine, if one can be found that has adequate Ubuntu support. There's also a PCIe x16 slot available, although I don't think I'll need to...
  11. [SOLVED] Choosing a PCI NIC card with Ubuntu support

    My desktop computer is a 2011 Asus Essentio model AMD Athlon™ II X2 Processor-CM1630RF-05 with a 64-bit architecture. It's partitioned with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. The NIC is integrated onto...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to update C++ header files?

    Thanks, I guess that is all I needed after all. I wasn't aware it was just a command-line issue. I searched all of the string header file for to_string and didn't see it there, so thought it was an...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to update C++ header files?

    Okay, then can you tell me how to upgrade the compiler and all that? I've been running updates regularly, and I tried sudo apt-get upgrade build-essentials and that still doesn't work. I just want to...
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    [SOLVED] How to update C++ header files?

    I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with the build-essentials package installed. But programming in C++, I see the header files are outdated and haven't been updated since about 2011 (version 4.6.3). Is...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell Update Manager I never want to install certain updates?

    Thanks, unchecking proprietary software seems to have worked. Thanks to both of you for the help. I'll try and remember to post what version I'm using next time.
  16. [SOLVED] How to tell Update Manager I never want to install certain updates?

    Update Manager keeps wanting to install these recommended updates:

    fglrx - Video driver for the AMD graphic accelerators
    fglrx-amdcccle - Catalyst Control Center for the AMD graphic accelerators...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrading php to 5.3.3

    I am using 12.04, and the PHP version does say 5.3.10. I read that as 5.3.1 because it's after the decimal, but if that isn't how it works, I apologize. I'm still learning programming, so I'm not up...
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    [ubuntu] Upgrading php to 5.3.3

    The PHP version I have installed is 5.3.1, and I'm beginning a programming project that requires at least 5.3.3. But when I run sudo apt-get upgrade, it says there's nothing to be upgraded. How can I...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Kernel panic - not synching: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unkown-block(0,0)

    *bump*
  20. [ubuntu] Kernel panic - not synching: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unkown-block(0,0)

    I'm using an HP Mini with a 160GB hard drive partitioned with Windows XP and Ubuntu. (I know, a lot to do with a netbook, but I wanted to do it for fun.) It's always worked well, but a couple of...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: find command - sending only the filename to exec?

    Thanks for the info about the 5% of space. That ended up being it. I freed up some more files and I can save stuff again.

    Thanks to the two of you for all the help.
  22. [SOLVED] Re: find command - sending only the filename to exec?

    Thanks! Now it's working.

    One thing, though. A lot of files were deleted, so I expected it to free up some space. But it's still giving me a "No space on device" error whenever I try to create a...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: find command - sending only the filename to exec?

    while read file do name="${file##/}"; if [ -f "TXT/$name" ]; then echo rm "$file"; fi; done < <(find . -iname '*.txt' | grep -v '[.]/TXT' )

    bash: syntax error near unexpected token `fi'


    EDIT:...
  24. [SOLVED] Re: find command - sending only the filename to exec?

    Thanks for the explanation. Okay, here's what I have:



    while read file do name="${file##/}"; if [ -f "TXT/$name" ] then echo rm "$file" fi; done < <(find . -iname '*.txt' | grep -v '[.]/TXT' )...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: find command - sending only the filename to exec?

    find . -iname '*.txt' -exec sh -c 'if [ -f TXT/$(basename {}) ] && ! [ {} -ef TXT/$(basename {}) ]; then echo rm {}; fi' \;
    When I do that, it just sits there and I can't tell if it's doing...
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