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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Repartitioning C drive; need to make a system image

    Cool. I still have some things to backup from my Windows partition, but I'll let you know how it goes.
  2. [ubuntu] Repartitioning C drive; need to make a system image

    Hello all, I've been running Precise Pangolin since January, and it's great. The only problem I'm now having is I'm running out of space (found out when trying to dl Android Studio). I want to keep...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Tried to boot 12.04, was met with a grub prompt

    Update: uninstalled Ubuntu, reinstalled and decided not to mess around with skype. Thanks for the help!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing and uninstalling

    I'd stay away from Skype until it's stable. It really messed me up and I was running Pangolin. I had to un install Ubuntu then reinstall.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Tried to boot 12.04, was met with a grub prompt

    I didn't do anything other than check my skype messages, browse the internet, and try to back up my Windows files, but Windows auto-updated during the night and cancelled the backup.
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Tried to boot 12.04, was met with a grub prompt

    OK, ultra noob here... Could you be a little more specific? I haven't quite mastered the terminology and methodology.
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Tried to boot 12.04, was met with a grub prompt

    Thanks! I'll give that a go.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Tried to boot 12.04, was met with a grub prompt

    Sorry, I should have been specific. I didn't delete any partitions. I think by default wubi created a partition for 12.04, right?
  9. [ubuntu] Tried to boot 12.04, was met with a grub prompt

    I installed 12.04 via wubi about a month ago, loving it, etc. I booted Windows to retrieve my files and delete the partition, and when I tried to boot back into Ubuntu, I was met with a black screen...
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    Re: 12.04 change directory with terminal

    ls /media - your usb will be in this folder
    cd /media/(usb)
    you'll be in the usb directory. use ls (list contents) and cd (change directory) to navigate the folder. cd .. brings you up one ...
  11. Re: Just want full root access for everything chown makes no sense :(

    Are you having trouble with the syntax of the command or just understanding what it does?
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