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  1. Re: The OS installation book menu order is lost when the files and folders where move

    Ubuntu and other Linux systems are installed in the / (root) directory of any linux system, symbolized by "/". What files are you moving, from what location to what location? Do you mean EFI files...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Beginner to Ubuntu

    There are multiple options when installing Ubuntu. There should always be at least two, ERase disk and install Ubuntu which will overwrite anything on the drive installed to and a Something Else...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to repair a USB stick on Ubuntu 20.04?

    USB drives fail all the time without warning. Since it was previously working on Ubuntu anyhow as you were able to write those files to it, it doesn't seem likely that there is any relationship...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Preparing external SDD for Ubuntu; balenaEtcher combines both partitions

    It isn't really clear what you are trying to do. Rufus and BelenaEtcher are both software programs designed to create a bootable usb for the purpose of instaslling an operating system.



    No,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: noob needs help with instalation

    Take a look at the tutorial at the link below, Section 4.b where it discusses creating partitions, you need to enter the mount point for the root filesystem which is the "/" symbol as shown.
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to repair a USB stick on Ubuntu 20.04?

    In your initial post, you mention suggestions from elsewhere to use a windows operating system to attempt to repair the usb drive but you do not indicate what type of filesystem you have on the usb. ...
  7. Re: Thinking about switching over to Ubuntu from EOS -- minimum size for root partit

    Doing an online search should give you any number of sites to use to learn. Linux commands at the link below:

    https://www.hostinger.com/tutorials/linux-commands

    Another link below with a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Paladins on ubuntu

    How about asking google?

    https://snapcraft.io/paladins
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    [SOLVED] Re: need help updating GRUB -ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    If you are using Ubuntu or one of its derivatives installed or on a live usb, you can also get boot repair from the link below. Best to use the 2nd option shown on that page to Create BootInfo...
  10. Re: Cannot copy/paste between Linux system and FreeNAS. What is the problem?

    I'm really not sure your problems is the same as that of the original poster. Are you using FreeNAS also? What do you mean by copying to your desktop? There is a directory named Desktop in each...
  11. Re: Cannot copy/paste between Linux system and FreeNAS. What is the problem?

    I'm really not sure your problems is the same as that of the original poster. Are you using FreeNAS also? What do you mean by copying to your desktop? There is a directory named Desktop in each...
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    Re: Restore OS (ver 18.04)

    I think you will have to be a lot more clear as to your intent as there are countless files needed to recreate an OS install. You would obviously need the /boot directory and there are numerous...
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    Re: can't boot after download

    The OP hasn't been back for 4 weeks so I imagine s/he has either resolved the problem or moved on..

    The windows bootloader since vista is BCD, managed with bcdedit. Not sure what 'winboot' is...
  14. Re: Cannot copy/paste between Linux system and FreeNAS. What is the problem?

    The functions you describe worked before, correct? The Copy/Paste options. Have you made any type of hardware changes or changes to configuration files for NAS?



    What are the permissions and...
  15. Re: How to create several partitions and tell ubuntu installer which one to install i

    That sounds very much like you have the older Legacy/MBR system as that would show the Extended partition as 1GB and you could also have a 1GB Logical partition.



    What you want is a 'manual'...
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    [ubuntu] Re: dmesg getting flooded

    The link below has a response to a similar question so you might take a look at it to see if it helps. It appears to be related to the intel GPU. Also, have you done online searches by just putting...
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    Re: I need help installing a SH file

    An sh file is simply a script which you make executable and run in a terminal. More info on where yo got it and what it does might help someone to help you.
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    [xubuntu] Re: Gnu Grub Version 2.04

    Your last post indicates you have 2 drives and you refer to MX Linux And Xubuntu. So if I understand, you want only Xubuntu installed and no other OS on either/any drive, correct?
    Your last post...
  19. [SOLVED] Re: Permissions screwed up during recovery and re-install

    You should not have problems copying data/files FROM a partition but could when copying to a partition if. On a standard system, a user should be able to write/copy to his/her home partition...
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    Re: Ubuntu Server Install Plan

    It will be "required" as there is no GUI with an Ubuntu server, you would have to install it.

    https://phoenixnap.com/kb/how-to-install-a-gui-on-ubuntu
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    [ubuntu] Re: Explain partition tables

    The first link below is to the GParted Manual which you indicate some familiarity with. Most of us are at least somewhat familiar with it. I keep that page bookmarked, never know when you might...
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    [ubuntu_mate] Re: Authentication Required

    The message box asks for a password to authenticate and a password with (*******) shows so what happens when you click OK? Did you or do you have it set to auto-login without password?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Grub menu is broken

    For some reason, your boot repair output shows a lot less information than expected. Your boot repair does not show any sign of Ubuntu other than the entries on sda2 which is the EFI partition. You...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wipe HDD except OS boot

    (Using lsblk + options I cna see I have 3 devices

    No, the output you show from lsblkd below:



    shows you have three (3) partitions on one physical drive. The sda part refers to the drive,...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Brownouts, Boot-Repair, and I, messed up reboot

    Sorry, but that was a bad idea and I can't imagine any reliable source suggesting that.

    Where did 14.04 come into the picture? I'm sure you are aware it has not been supported for 2 years? In...
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