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  1. Re: Low disk space on "filesystem root" problem

    Try to find the files taking all that space. As this happend while running backups, make sure the backup partition was actually mounted. If it wasn't, the files have been copied to some place on your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which Ubuntu for Pentium 4 i686 PC?

    Lubuntu 18.04 is the last release in the Ubuntu family with support for 32 bit, but only has 3 months of support left. The parts it has in common with Ubuntu will be supported until 2023. There are...
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    Re: 14.04 to 16.04 upgrade issue

    14.04 reached end of life 2 years ago. Release upgrading Ubuntu after it reaches end of live is generally a bad idea; one should do it before. 16.04 is almost dead, so you shouldn't start with that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade from 18.04 to 20.04 froze.

    Many things can go wrong for a failed upgrade. There's one possible cause that may be easily solvable, which is a graphics driver issue, which could lead to black screens. Can you boot in save...
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    Re: Eye pain using Ubuntu

    Hard to deal with vague complaints. Have you looked at font size or design?
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Trying to find a way to make applications always start in the same position and s

    To be pedantic, applications don't start in any particular position or size. Windows open in a particular position and size, but applications may open multiple windows or none at all. When an...
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    Re: upgrade error

    It means that you've got two packages on your system that can't be there both. One is pop-gnome-initial-setup, the other is gnome-initial-setup. One of them has t be removed.

    Which release of...
  8. [kubuntu] Re: Major issues with recent kernels > 5.8.0-31

    Indeed, you shouldn't need to. AFAIK, the image package and the modules-extra package are pulled in by the same metapackage, so something funny must be happening. Let's look at a list of all of those...
  9. Re: Error trying to start Lubuntu live with DVD

    You may have to use a command line tool to access the cloud. Normal web browsers have needed sse2 for quite some time now, something your processor doesn't offer. It was introduced with the Pentium 4...
  10. Re: Error trying to start Lubuntu live with DVD

    The official site for Lubuntu is lubuntu.me, not lubuntu.net. That's an annoying cybersquatter.

    The Pentium III is a 32 bit processor, so you can only use a 32 bit operating system. 19.04 was the...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: clean install and need bootloader repaired

    I only had a quick look at your output, but I think you should be able to access the UEFI menu (coming before the grub menu) to try the Windows boot loader. That will load Windows.
  12. [SOLVED] Re: confused about what settings (X11, gtk, etc) control what

    The xev tool can tell you exactly what button presses, wheel scrolls and movements are detected. If you get double presses when you click once, it may be a hardware problem, although it may be...
  13. Re: Error trying to start Lubuntu live with DVD

    Did you check the dvd for burning errors? That's my first guess for obscure booting errors on a live disk.

    Further note that Lubuntu 16.04 is already end of life. The parts it has in common with...
  14. [lubuntu] Re: My first Linux upgrade, prep question

    Normally that's about all the preparation you need, except for the live disk you need if things go wrong. However, the changes from Lubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 are so large that the Lubuntu team says this...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Problem in installing software in Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS

    The first line of output reads:
    /root/MahaSecureMaybe that is the directory where the software was installed. If so, it installed in $HOME, but as you ran the command with sudo, and from 20.04...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: I need to create a empty directory as my computer has both SSD and HDD. How to do

    This is referring to the issue in this thread: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2456520

    It's easier if you keep your issue in a single thread.
  17. [SOLVED] Re: Should I enable mounting of HDD automatically in a computer with SSD and HDD?

    The bold word "that" refers to the entire preceding sentence.

    Instructions:
    1: Make a plan. What partitions do you need, on which drive do you want them, where do you mount them.
    2: Use the...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Can't uninstall Tor Browser after installing it with Ubuntu Software

    There's some unexpected output from sudo apt update, but, as the tools itself notes, this may be caused by a mirror sync in progress. Trying again may fix it, unless there really is a problem with...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Can't uninstall Tor Browser after installing it with Ubuntu Software

    Something about your package management is messed up and you package manager refuses to do anything until you tell it how to fix it. So, let's find out what exactly is going on:
    sudo apt update...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Should I enable mounting of HDD automatically in a computer with SSD and HDD?

    Automatically mounting your hard drive will be the easy solution. Create an empty directory to use as a mountpoint in whatever location you consider convenient (there are some directories to avoid)...
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    Re: Mount point ?

    Could it be a snap issue? Software packages can come as deb packages and snap packages. Snap packages are restricted in the directories they can access, and /media may or may not be accessible. Maybe...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04 upgraded to kernel 5.8

    If you have the linux-generic package pulling in new kernel versions, you stay on the 5.4 kernel series. If you have linux-generic-hwe-20.04 pulling in new kernel versions, you upgrade to 5.8 and...
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    [xubuntu] Re: how to enlarge this image

    ctrl++ (or actually ctrl+=), ctrl+- and ctrl+0 control zooming in Firefox, zoom level going from 30-300%.
  24. Re: Ubuntu unusable due to too small a partition

    You cannot change a partition when it's mounted and you cannot unmount a partition when you run the system installed on it. So the procedure is to boot Windows and use that to shrink the Windows...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Only see grub prompt, and Ubuntu won't boot...

    It appears that your system is in partition 2 of your nvme drive, but several important files and directories are missing. Boot-repair says there's no boot directory (explaining the error) nor fstab,...
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