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    Re: Default audio device - Ubuntu 19.10

    One of the pulseaudio utilities - I can't remember which one - lets you select the default audio device easily. That functionality is built into the normal KDE settings, which is why I can't remember...
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    Re: Game runs slowly on ubuntu

    Unless you've installed the proprietary driver and set things up to use your NVidia device, it can't be used.

    Optimus setups are a pain. You may find that the nvidia-optimus panel applet makes...
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    Re: Lubuntu 19.04 x86? Where is it?

    https://lubuntu.me/sunsetting-i386/



    This was announced last December or so.
  4. [SOLVED] Re: I've been advised to "upgrade" from Ubuntu 18.10 to 18.04.3 LTS

    No, it's just the same as any other upgrade. It's just that the release itself gets longer support and they're more conservative about what changes they put in it. Plus they test LTS-to-LTS upgrades...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Alt + PrtScr + R, E, I, S, U, B

    It's only the Alt key that needs to be held down throughout.

    Hold Alt, and do SysRq followed by the kernel instructions that you need to send.
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    Re: how to use fonts

    In Firefox you can go to Edit → Preferences → Language and Appearance → Advanced and set a minimum font size to whatever is comfortable for you to read. All webpages should then display text that's...
  7. Re: Highest monitor resolution not available

    OK, this part is unusual; the install scripts blacklist the nouveau module so that it never gets loaded in the first place. It's probably unrelated, but it could indicate that the driver didn't...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mic not working

    The default alsamixer display is just playback channels. F6 lets you pick the sound device you're interested in, and F3/F4/F5 toggle whether it's showing playback/capture/all channels.
  9. Re: Highest monitor resolution not available

    Well, you can always post it here.

    What you'd expect to see is a section where the driver queries the monitor for the resolutions that it advertises, then compares the result with its own checks...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: I've been advised to "upgrade" from Ubuntu 18.10 to 18.04.3 LTS

    For the future, that is to stay on a Long Term Support release until you've decided that it's time to upgrade to the next Long Term Support release.

    Since each LTS is every two years and each LTS...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Suspend issue on kernel somewhere after 4.13 - how to debug?

    You can't downgrade, only fresh install.

    In your case, you'll want to install from an 18.04 image rather than one of the point releases like 18.04.3. The point releases come with the Hardware...
  12. Re: Highest monitor resolution not available

    The log file is at /var/log/Xorg.0.log. That might tell you why it's not picking the mode that you're interested in. You don't need to muck about with custom modelines if your monitor is properly...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Seeking advice for building a new PC

    The Qualified Vendor List (all the modules that the manufacturer has specifically tested) for that motherboard is here. Note the last column: not all kits will work at the fastest speed with 4...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Seeking advice for building a new PC

    You'll need something to provide graphics. Either a GPU as a separate card or a GPU integrated into the processor. Whether you need a dedicated GPU or whether an integrated GPU will be adequate for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Seeking advice for building a new PC

    You still seem confused on this point. The motherboard doesn't provide any graphics: the processor does.

    The processors that have graphics and the processors that don't both use the same sockets...
  16. Re: Updating Ubuntu 19.04 to 19.10, alongside Lubuntu LXQt desktop 0.14.1

    When you upgrade from one release to another, mechanically it changes the repository locations to those of the new release and then upgrades every package to the new versions. It's broadly the same...
  17. Re: How to pin openssh from 'eoan' in 'bonic'

    They need to do no such thing.

    You've come to the stunning revelation that software that's under development gets new features that would be nice to have. It's almost as if putting in new features...
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    Re: Won't Boot, Long Beep

    https://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm
  19. Re: How to pin openssh from 'eoan' in 'bonic'

    Yes.

    Security patches are applied for all the repository packages. Canonical maintain the ones with the Ubuntu logo, the community does the others.

    Breaking your package management to install a...
  20. Re: How to pin openssh from 'eoan' in 'bonic'

    All security fixes are already backported to the LTS releases.
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Advice on quiet cooling fans for home build

    A 2080 Ti is 300 W all by itself.

    I wouldn't call 450 W a large supply. 500-600 W would be a "normal" range for a desktop with a GPU. More than 750 W would be "large," I would say.

    A power...
  22. Re: ubuntu restart and load windows automatically

    If you're using UEFI, you can use systemd to boot into a different EFI image. I've used it to boot into the system setup, but I understand that it can also load the Windows boot loader (I haven't...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to move taskbar in terminal?

    Doing

    gsettings --schemadir ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/dash-to-dock@micxgx.gmail.com/schemas/ list-recursively org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock
    first apparently may help.

    As...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to move taskbar in terminal?

    I don't use Gnome, but
    gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock dock-position RIGHT might do it.
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    Re: Buying New Laptop Video Editing

    Nvidia cards are perfectly fine. Good performance, day one support, feature parity with Windows, all of that. An Optimus setup, though, with both Nvidia & Intel, is a complete pain. If using nvenc or...
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