You have 2 partitions?
You can convert ext3 to ext4 without losing data
To enable the ext4 features on an existing ext3 filesystem, use the command:
# tune2fs -O extents,uninit_bg,dir_index /dev/DEV
WARNING: Once you run this command, the filesystem will no longer be mountable using the ext3 filesystem!
After running this command (specifically, after setting the uninit_bg parameter), you MUST run fsck to fix up some on-disk structures that tune2fs has modified:
# e2fsck -fDC0 /dev/DEV
I tried this with Ubuntu 10.10 and everything loaded OK, but I only get sound and no video. Anyone have a solution? Thanks.
there was a recent update so check again.
Intel i5 Ivy Bridge 2.8Ghz (3.4Ghz Turbo), 64bit user, AMD GPU 7700 series
I'm running 12.10 with Gnome-Shell fglrx version 9.0 and followed this guide, and it works, it runs, I can actually watch movies on Ubuntu. Really considering destroying Windows 8 - http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/ope...untu-1210/4019
Toadeki Thread (includes Download Links) =D
Qt EFI Boot Order PPA - https://launchpad.net/~slooksterpsv/...e/efibootorder v0.2 as of 16/03/14
Is your home directory auto-mounted? That caused me problems as you described (claim that I needed user_xattr). Switching to an account with a local home directory took care of that.
Still too choppy on a netbook with xubuntu. Even though it worked fine on windows 7. I don't really take it anywhere though and have and watch netflix mostly on my ps3 and have a nexus 7 and vita for on the go son not a really big deal.
Whoever came up with the phrase "There is no such thing as a stupid question" obviously never had the internet.
It doesn't work for me, can anyone please give me some tips that I can use Netflix on my Ubuntu OS?