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    Re: Bash script not running using sudo

    Try
    sudo bash yourscriptname.sh
  2. Re: Warning! The 195.86 GiB filesystem mounted at / has only 656.12 MiB of free disk

    Use a file editor, preferrably nano because of its simplicity.
    Just enter
    nano <filename>, then you edit it, then press Ctrl+S Ctrl+X to exit, and you're good. You should probably remove all the...
  3. Re: Warning! The 195.86 GiB filesystem mounted at / has only 656.12 MiB of free disk

    This one may help
    1. wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jabarihunt/Ubuntu-Cleanup-Script/master/clean.sh
    2. nano clean.sh (remove what you wouldn't want)
    3. bash clean.sh
    4. ???????
    5....
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    [SOLVED] Re: screen resolution

    Try booting to Safe mode, then reboot to normal. It worked for me...
  5. Re: Easiest way to install Minecraft in Kubuntu 20.04

    Try mingling with sudo visudo
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    Re: Livepatch failing on 20.04

    Check your network capabilities, and look at the hosts file. This may help.
  7. [ubuntu] Kernel conversion on Ubuntu 20.04 vanilla

    I have learnt that the Linux kernel is contained in the [vm]linu(x or z) file. And x as vmlinux means uncompressed kernel, while z (vmlinuz) means gunzip-compressed. SO, I have decided to change my...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Bluetooth mouse persistent properties

    .bashrc is launched every time you open the shell. This is not what you would want, right? The best solution is the ubuntu settings app, here you can just change everything you need....
  9. [SOLVED] Kernel conversion on Ubuntu 20.04 vanilla

    I have learnt that the Linux kernel is contained in the [vm]linu(x or z) file. And x as vmlinux means uncompressed kernel, while z (vmlinuz) means gunzip-compressed. SO, I have decided to change my...
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    [kde] Re: KDE on Ubuntu 20.04 vanilla

    Nope, I just installed some packages and tweaked the KDE theme settings, as for Mutter I never changed any settings, just chosen KDE as DE to start on login temporarily (while logging in there is a...
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    [kde] Re: KDE on Ubuntu 20.04 vanilla

    Yeah, I have thought about it, but the CPU I will be using probably doesn't support virtualisation, and a VM would probably run slow as hell.
    Thanks for help everyone!
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    [kde] KDE on Ubuntu 20.04 vanilla

    So I installed a fresh version of Ubuntu 20.04 on an external HDD, and I was pretty much amazed by how smoothly it ran, but then an idea popped inside my mind: what if I will install KDE on a vanilla...
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