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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Can you test booting into an nvme drive?

    I installed Ubuntu 19.10 on ZFS on a NVME drive (Silicon Power 512GB) and it worked directly without any problem. I avoid using UEFI, since it has been invented by Microsoft to make out life hell. I...
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    Re: 20.04 - Best Ubuntu Ever?

    I normally stay on LTS releases, but my new Ryzen 3 2200G (16 GB) caused me to move to 19.04 to get the newest drivers. The latest release of ZFS 0.8.1 in Ubuntu 19.10 caused me to upgrade to 19.10. ...
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    Re: Whatever happened to Ubuntu

    Instead of advising to change the distro or release, read the complaints and provide a real solution instead of fake ones:
    - Audio default problem: install "Pulse Audio Volume Control" and go to the...
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    [xubuntu] Re: resize vm screen

    Try pressing Right-CTRL + F or look in the Virtualbox menu belonging to the Guest Window, select View + Full-screen Mode!
    Don't use the Xubuntu Display function.
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    [server] Re: ZFS and Server 20.04

    I even had problems with ZFS during the HWE stack upgrade of 18.04. Upgrading to a not yet supported version of Linux is suicidal. ZFS on Linux latest supported kernel is Linux 5.3 for their release...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Session x11 not working. Any action on desktop is ignored.

    Running Ubuntu 20.04 in Virtualbox, I still have that problem of a black screen and no reaction to mouse or keyboard, when starting in full screen mode. If I start in windowed mode the system works...
  7. Re: Whu does Ubuntu use so much resources

    DID YOU USE THE ZFS EXPERIMENTAL INSTALL? That would explain your memory usage, since ZFS reserves a large part of the free memory as cache and that is counted as used memory. It will free that...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Windows server 2016 VirtualBox - No text

    I had the same problem with the Virtualbox Guests: Windows 7, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 19.10. I solved it by disabling 3D acceleration. Also changing Windows 7 to vgavbox did help, but I had the...
  9. Re: ZFS and encryption for root file system

    That memory is NOT wasted, it is used as memory cache L1ARC! Which means that approx 90% of your disk IO will be served from the L1ARC (see arc_summary), resulting in instantaneous response times....
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    Re: Linux and FreeBSD in 2019

    Still using that ZFS system every week, no problems.
  11. Re: What App(s) you want as snap apps, currently not available as snap app?

    Snaps run in a kind of container for security and it is not allowed to launch 'unknown' applications nor malware.
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    Re: I'm back 19.04 is great.

    My Host OS is Ubuntu Mate 18.04. My Host OS runs ZFS as file-system for the Virtual Machines with 1.5 GB memory cache and 45 GB SSD cache. I run Windows 10 in Virtualbox and that runs fine too and I...
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    Re: Ubuntu: pretty darn good

    You are lucky, the upgrade from 19.04 to 19.10 disabled Virtualbox and a re-install failed too on my Ryzen 3 2200G. There is an existing bug report for Virtualbox and Linux 5.3.
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    Re: Ubuntu: pretty darn good

    Ubuntu 19.04 and 19.10 are good and I use them as Host OSes for Virtualbox. I use the minimal install, because I do my work in VMs. It is great how it deals with switching workspaces, each containing...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Is ZFS on root making it into 19.10?

    Everything is ready except the installer, but it seems the devs are allowed an exception of the beta freeze. The devs say that they still working to get it ready, but I have some doubts.
    I already...
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    Re: How do you access Gmail ?

    Thunderbird, but I consider using Evolution again. I use Evolution around 2012 also.
  17. Re: Sync Virtual Machine over Local Network

    I use Virtualbox and I activated my Windows 7 system on my laptop and copied it afterwards to my desktop. Now I run and update Windows 7 on both laptop and desktop! I have done the same for Windows...
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    Re: Oh Snap!

    Snaps
    - do run on any distro, except the obsolete ones not supporting snaps (Ubuntu first support 14.04).
    - run sandboxed, so in a kind of container,
    - are more secure against attacks
    - can't...
  19. Re: Lenovo Yoga 720 Virtualbox not working on Ubuntu

    My settings for Ubuntu are:
    RAM 2 GB
    4 processors on my Ryzen and 2 on my old i5 laptop.
    PAE/NX disabled
    video memory 128MB, any size above 16MB should be fine, if 3D acceleration is disabled. ...
  20. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Kernel updates in VM with Ubuntu 18.04 host takes very very long time

    Strange! I use the same Linux version 5.0.0-29 on my hosts (Ryzen 3 2200G and an i5-2520m) and have no problems with my VMs Ubuntu 16.04; 19.04, Ubuntu Mate, Xubuntu, Windows 7 and 10 and some...
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    Re: Ubuntu ZFS and non-ECC RAM

    There is nothing wrong with the ZFS file corruption prevention without ECC RAM. It still works and it will prevent any file corruption due to bit rot on disk, power fails or system crashes unlike...
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    Re: How do you name your computers?

    What about the host names for my 14 Virtual Machines of my desktop and the 10 on my laptop?
    I now use the OS name, so VM-Ubuntu or VM-Ubuntu-LTS or if it is older or in development VM-Ubuntu-1604...
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    Re: 12 hour times or 24 hour times?

    The whole world prefers 24 hour time. All time tables are in 24 hours. Only lazy cultures still use 12 hours, inches and pounds instead of the science based SI system :)
    I think the USA is one of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Compatible RAID Card for 18.04?

    A wise decision!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Compatible RAID Card for 18.04?

    I would go for ZFS, mdadm does not give you the same level of protection as a HW Raid and ZFS gives you better protection than a HW Raid. See the next complemented excerpt out of Wikipedia:
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