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    Re: Thanks for your time

    I wish you the very best in your new venture :-)

    And let us know when you publish your first book.
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    Re: Full install to USB stick

    - I think it will be necessary that the admins at schools and charities can configure the BIOS to boot from USB, because I think it will be more difficult for them to modify the original boot system....
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    Re: Howto make USB boot drives

    mkusb version 12.3.2 for version 19.10, Eoan Eanimal

    The PPA at Launchpad includes versions of mkusb for the new developing version 19.10, Eoan Eanimal

    mkusb was tested today, 2019-05-04, with...
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    Re: Boot from both legacy and recent BIOSes?

    NoI don't understand what you mean.
    If you are ready to ditch legacy boot, you should boot your live system in UEFI mode and install Ubuntu. Then it will be installed in UEFI mode.

    Edit: See How...
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    Re: Boot from both legacy and recent BIOSes?

    In a live or persistent live system grub-efi can co-exist with the "legacy" grub, but not in an installed system.

    In an installed system you can use one of the grub versions to configure for...
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    Re: Boot from both legacy and recent BIOSes?

    If you are happy using the system that I uploaded, fine :-)

    Otherwise you can create a similar system 'from scratch' using the method that is described in the link in my first post, and you can...
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    Re: Boot from both legacy and recent BIOSes?

    The following link can help you create an installed system that boots both in UEFI mode and BIOS mode (alias CSM alias legacy mode),
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Yes, I agree, you should allow input from port 22. But I am not very good at managing firewalls (I use the default settings in Ubuntu). Let us invite someone who knows to help you with that.

    If...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    This is what ssh should look like :-)

    But I guess that you ran it from the computer itself (and that it does not work from the other computer). So I think there is something that prevents the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    You can test openssh-server from the computer where it is installed (with the same commands, that you would use from another computer).

    I am not good at configuring firewalls. Let us hope that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    One more question: Is the system in the computer at 192.168.1.67 an installed system?

    I am asking because there are problems to connect to openssh-server in a live or persistent live system, where...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Is openssh-server installed in the computer at 192.168.1.67 ?

    Have you done anything to limit the access via the ports for ssh and sftp?

    It could be in one of the computers or in the router?
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Does it work with the following command?



    ssh kapidze@192.168.1.67
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Is there a user ID with the name comp1ID in computer 1?

    What happens if you ping computer 1 from computer 2?



    ping 192.168.1.67
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Have you installed openssh-server in computer 1?

    Is there a user ID with the name comp1ID in computer 1?

    Have you tried to log in 'directly' by using the command ssh (from a terminal window in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem mounting exfat sd card

    Does you card work with Ubuntu now?

    In that case fine, you need not worry about the reason for your problem with exfat :-)


    If you want to investigate it anyway, you can create an exfat file...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem mounting exfat sd card

    Have you tried, if your SD card works

    - in another computer,
    - with an[other] USB adapter,
    - with another operating system?

    The following links may help analyzing the problem, and if you are...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Please describe exactly what you did (in which computer) and exactly what was the output.
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Use the user ID in the server machine and the ip-address of the server machine, when you log in from the other machine.

    For example: ubontik@192.168.0.2
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to connect 2 Ubuntu machines?

    Are the two computers connected via a router (wireless access point)?

    In that case it should be straightforward to install an ssh server into one of the computers,



    sudo apt update
    sudo apt...
  21. Re: How to make a UEFI bootable usb memory stick?

    I think Redo backup is too old to work in UEFI mode. It boots only in BIOS mode. I tested

    - cloning

    - making a persistent live drive with mkusb

    Newer versions of 32-bit Ubuntu and Ubuntu...
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    Re: Full install to USB stick

    If portability has highest priority (that it works in many and various computers), choose a persistent live system according to these links,

    help.ubuntu.com/community/mkusb
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  23. Re: PCIE (flash drive) boot on older motherboards

    I would boot from an SSD connected via SATA. Maybe it would also be big and fast enough for your data files.

    I would not spend big money on a device, that might or might not work. It is different...
  24. Re: Live Lubuntu USB won't boot on my Ubuntu PC

    You are welcome and good luck :-)
  25. Re: Live Lubuntu USB won't boot on my Ubuntu PC

    The problem might be that the computer boots in UEFI mode, and most 32-bit systems boot only in BIOS mode (alias CSM alias legacy mode).

    If you create a persistent live drive with mkusb and select...
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