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    Re: Ubuntu 18.04 no longer booting

    This might not be related to your filesystem/partitioning.

    Do you have an Intel graphics driver? You can check it with

    lshw -c video
    If it says Intel somewhere, then you can try this:

    add...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Wifi not working on HP laptop after upgrading to 18.04

    My 2 cents here:
    You have an HP printer which uses for the same WiFi channel as your router. Is there a way to change the channel of the router if possible?
    Both are using 2 GHz. Have you tried for...
  3. Re: Internal microSD reader not reading 256GB card

    There are tons of pages on internet about this topic. For example: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1096873/dell-3180-built-in-card-reader-not-reading-128gb-sd-card
  4. [UbuntuGnome] Re: trying to transition from win10 -need software advice

    In addition to Autodave's comments, Ubuntu installation requires little understanding about your computer. Be aware that installing an operating system will wipe out the things on the harddisk where...
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    Re: Ubuntu 18.04 no longer booting

    Can you type

    lsblk -o NAME,TYPE,SIZE,MOUNTPOINT
    .. and copy-paste what the command returns?
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    Re: Creat folders and copy file inside them

    There must be no other character after the text perl. I do see "\r" in your text. Don't use weird whitespace characters. Just type enter after the 1st line (it should go to the next line in the...
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    Re: Creat folders and copy file inside them

    You can do that with a small Perl script very easily. Following Perl code does what you want, but only for 1 hierarchy:



    #!/bin/env perl

    use Getopt::Long;

    $root_dir = ".";
  8. Re: Canon MX536 printer not showing up in ubuntu

    Copy-paste the part of the file /var/log/syslog which shows the messages from the operating system when you plug-in your printer into the USB port.
    You can use http://pastebin.com to copy-paste.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Xubuntu 18.04 screen tearing....

    The link you have pasted above is dead.
  10. Re: Live usb not bootable: “Couldn’t get size: 0x800000000000000e”

    Similar problem .
    Update the UEFI to the latest from the vendor.
    if SecureBoot is off, you can safely ignore the warning.
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    Re: Display flicker issue in ubuntu 16.04

    Also type following commands, what do they give ?

    echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE
    echo $XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP

    I assume you have an Intel CPU with the integrated HD 4400 graphics. Try following: Add...
  12. Re: Touchpad is detecting my middle "floating" finger

    Maybe extremely late: can you check the BIOS version by sudo dmidecode -s bios-version?
    Check this version with the most recent one on Dell site. I know from a lot of posts of E7440 that BIOS...
  13. [SOLVED] Re: Qualcomm Atheros AR938x Wireless Network Adapter Not Found

    Can you copy and paste here the output of lspci -nnvv ? You can use http://pastebin.com for this.
  14. Re: Network availability monitor for load balancing

    ping -i <interval> (in seconds) sets the time between two consecutive pings combined with -c <number of pings> and -W timeout
    Use a timer which calls your ping in the intervals you want. You can use...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Need to restart NetworkManager service every 30 min

    Your wlp2s0 (wireless interface) is up, so this might not be related to your home devices, but your internet provider. Initial guess, might be wrong.

    Type

    systemctl status NetworkManager
    ...
  16. Re: couldn't get size 0x800000000000000e after kernel upgrade

    This error exists for a long time in the Linux kernel of many distros. According to the link https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=974841 , it can be safely ignored if you don't use SecureBoot...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Do I need to install an extension to use ALT + TAB properly?

    A little google'ing could help you. I have found a page, check this: https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/41418/how-to-be-more-productive-in-ubuntu-using-keyboard-shortcuts/
  18. [SOLVED] Re: multi-boot causes slow kernel load in 1st OS (Lubuntu) - reason: swap formatting

    As I have written in the OP, /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/ is empty. I could have created a file with the content you proposed (same solution is mentioned a lot on web, I know). As I have written in...
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    Re: Ubuntu version upgrade gone wrong

    14.4 to 18.4 is a huge difference, lots of things might have been changed. Easiest way for me: backup your documents from Documents, Downloads etc. folders, i.e. private data and re-install 18.4.
  20. [ubuntu] Re: IP Address input during Installation of Ubuntu Server 18

    Take a look at here
  21. Re: Setting up partitions for dual boot with existing Arch install

    Haven't used LVM but using a shared /home among many OS might be problematic because a certain application can have different versions on both OSes which could behave differently in both distros for...
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    Re: Problems with booting Ubuntu

    Try to remember what you had updated, what you have changed. Creating partitions, changing an OS setting (GRUB configuration), systemd services. It can be anything. Even a hardware problem is...
  23. [SOLVED] multi-boot causes slow kernel load in 1st OS (Lubuntu) - reason: swap formatting

    Creating a 2nd btrfs partition causes slower kernel loading in Lubuntu.

    Setup
    Lubuntu 19.04 has been installed on /dev/sda5 (btrfs) with the following entries in /etc/fstab in this partition:
    ...
  24. Re: couldn't get size 0x800000000000000e after kernel upgrade

    Have you tried with the enabled Secure Boot?
  25. [Arch Linux] Re: Ubuntu UEFI grub does not add Arch Linux correctly

    Question: When you boot to Arch, do you mount your ESP? If yes, Is it /boot or /boot/efi? Since you are using Ubuntu Grub to boot Arch, I assume you mount ESP in Arch as mount point /boot/efi. Since...
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