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    [ubuntu] Re: Lock screen is not working

    My solution would be to install the XFCE desktop and forget about Gnome, since fixing Gnome will likely be very hard.
    https://technastic.com/install-xfce-desktop-environment-on-ubuntu/
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    [xubuntu] Re: extremely slow boot

    Well, why boot? Suspend is much faster.
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    Re: Remmina RDP stopped working

    Once the Windows server dropped the connection there may still be a hanging process, preventing the Linux client from connecting again. Try restarting Windows after a login failure.
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    Re: Remmina RDP stopped working

    Sounds like you need to upgrade Windows.
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    Re: Remmina RDP stopped working

    AFAIK Remina is just a glorified frontend for FreeRDP - https://www.freerdp.com/

    So you could try to upgrade FreeRDP, run it without Remina and see if it works better that way.
  6. Re: Need Assistance W/ CryptSetup (On Live CD)

    LUKS == Linux Unified Key Setup

    So, no worries, just go ahead.
  7. Re: Need Assistance W/ CryptSetup (On Live CD)

    That '2019' guide looks like a relic from the previous century.

    As mentioned above, installing with full disk encryption is trivial if you just let the installer do its thing.
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    Re: How do I install xbanish?

    Are you running an Xorg based system or a Wayland based system?

    People who donít understand UNIX are doomed to reinvent it. That is what happens with Linux over and over again. For example Init,...
  9. [kubuntu] Re: How to check if Headphones with microphone are working...

    Sox is a Swiss Army Knife for sound.

    $ sudo apt install sox

    Then in the simplest way:
    $ rec filename
    $ play filename
  10. [kubuntu] Re: How to check if Headphones with microphone are working...

    Well, you can try sox, rec and play.
  11. Thread: Format HDD

    by HermanAB
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    [ubuntu] Re: Format HDD

    You donít really need to Ďformatí the drive. The Linux install program will do it for you. Also, in UNIX terms, you create a partition and create a file system on the partition. There is no...
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    [ubuntu] Re: snapd? not sure

    You jest, but if you get around to installing Slackware (or OpenBSD), which doesn't have any of the power sapping bloatware that comes by default with Ubuntu, you will be blown away by the newfound...
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    [ubuntu] Re: snapd? not sure

    FWIIW, I always uninstall snap, cloud and mdns. These are all mostly useless to me.
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    Re: running a command on Startup

    The Olde Skool rc.local will always be my favourite.
  15. [lubuntu] Re: The 3min and 26sec of Terror: (L)ubuntu 20.04 Boot Time

    "How can Win10 is faster than Lubuntu?" - Windows10 uses Suspend. So you are comparing apples with giant pumpkins.
  16. [lubuntu] Re: The 3min and 26sec of Terror: (L)ubuntu 20.04 Boot Time

    Boot times are so 20th Century, if you use Suspend.
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    Re: Recover deleted files EXT4

    Err... If you are working on a PHD (lots of invested time and effort), then you should take your PC to an expert data recovery company and not try to do it yourself. The first thing you should do,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu/FreeBSD

    BTW, I have always found OpenBSD easier to install than FreeBSD, and once they are working, there is not much of a difference.
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    Re: PC hangs randomly with Ubuntu 20.04

    Iíve even had a PC fail erratically due to a bad keyboard. The keyboard is on the processor power bus...
  20. Re: Connection refused when trying to SSH to my Ubuntu 20.04 from other network

    The important point to remember is that wfor a network service to work, the underlying packet routing must work - so test that first.

    The example above uses the 'netcat' command. I'm not sure...
  21. Re: How to programmatically try logging into Ubuntu 20.04

    There are script kiddies that will try tens of thousands of logins per hour and run alphabetically through all entries in large dictionaries of user names and passwords. Generally, if you don't use...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Preserving /etc/resolv.conf

    You need to preset the data you want in dhclient.conf - for example with:
    prepend domain-name-servers 8.8.8.8;
  23. Re: How to programmatically try logging into Ubuntu 20.04

    Yes, it is called ssh. Read the Snailbook.
    http://www.snailbook.com/
  24. Re: How to programmatically try logging into Ubuntu 20.04

    If you want to connect to a workstation over a network, use SSH.

    If you forgot your password, boot into Single User Mode and reset the password.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Seeking advice on Netdata

    Zabbix also has commercial support.
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