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  1. Re: How install driver or enable support for generic USB game controller ?

    There are 100K different USB devices. Each can have a different driver, though most will fall into the USB-Storage or keyboards or mice driver arenas.

    Start by looking up the device ID you want to...
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    Re: Changing Resoltuion

    xrandr is for X/Windows.

    You are using Wayland. Use the Wayland tools.
    https://askubuntu.com/questions/973499/wayland-how-to-set-a-custom-resolution
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    [kubuntu] Re: Older CPU out-pacing newer one

    Did you read what you posted?

    Vulnerability Itlb multihit: KVM: Mitigation: VMX unsupported
    Vulnerability L1tf: Mitigation; PTE Inversion
    Vulnerability Mds: ...
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    Re: ethernet wont connect

    I've never touched Pop.

    First, 21.04 isn't an LTS release, so expect issues, especially with new hardware.

    5.13.x is a VERY NEW kernel. I don't know **any** Ubuntu using it yet. I think the...
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    Re: ethernet wont connect

    a) which version and release of Ubuntu?

    b) which kernel?

    c) exactly which version of the NIC? Realtek has a bad habit of using the same name across 50 different hardware configs. They change...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: ATEN KVM breaks everything-Report

    If the KVM you have is the problem, get a replacement or remove it from the path. Also, check all the cables. Swap them around to see of the issue follows a cable. Some KVMs are finicky.

    I've...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Unable to Boot from Encrypted LVM after Upgrading to Ubuntu 21.04

    The boot-info link above, contains all that information.
    I doubt boot-repair can do anything with encrypted storage.

    The easy answer is to backup all the data and settings, then do a fresh...
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    Re: Firefox Snap as Default in 21.10

    I'm curious.

    Has anyone had trouble free use of snaps?
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    [server] Re: ubuntu servers -VM- 18.04 hanging issue

    nconnect for nfs is fairly new. I learned about it earlier this summer.

    The best number is related to the network capacity between the NFS client and server AND number of threads the client can...
  10. Re: Seeking advice on internal Blu Ray Writer

    A DVD isn't an mp4. That is not the source.
    DVDs are stored as mpeg2 VOB files. THAT is the source. It the original is blurry, there's nothing to be done. Cannot be fixed.

    I use vobcopy to get...
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    Re: Firefox Snap as Default in 21.10

    Snaps AREN'T a terrible idea, but the implementation has no method of local control over the constraints WHICH IS A TERRIBLE problem.
    Flatpaks allow local overrides.

    Two different philosophies at...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Thunderbird 78 now crashes on startup

    78.13.0 crashed on me today with an out of memory error, which I've never seen before. The suggested RAM for the system is listed as 512MB. The system has 4G and 'free' said just a little over 1G...
  13. Re: Seeking advice on internal Blu Ray Writer

    The quality should be imperceptible from the source - that being the VOB file. If the VOB file(s) are junk, fix that.
    Running CPU intensive programs like video transcoders inside a VM isn't a good...
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    [SOLVED] Re: C++ : how to implement SANE

    Is it a big secret? Please share.
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    Re: Administrative User & Its Permissions.

    Yes, PLEASE. Text only. Not an image. We can easily use the text to create the exact line(s) you want in the /etc/fstab ... assuming you can't follow the links I've already posted and do it...
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    [SOLVED] Re: C++ : how to implement SANE

    Did you pull the sane-dev package with the source code? Is there a libsane-dev package? Why re-invent this wheel? If it were me, I'd leverage what other people have already done and just build the...
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    Re: Administrative User & Its Permissions.

    BTW, people often confuse "new" with "better". With Linux, that isn't necessarily the case. Anyone new to Ubuntu really should run the most recent LTS release, not the "new"-est release. Today,...
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    Re: Administrative User & Its Permissions.

    On Unix-like OSes, storage management is a task for administrative users, not end-users. It requires more understanding than "that other OS" requires. You'll need to understand what these terms...
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    [SOLVED] Re: / full 91%

    Actually, in post #5, Impavidus, said

    That is what I picked up on and followed as the nearly 100% most likely issue whenever multiple GB is being used, but cannot be located.

    Search the forums...
  20. Re: No internet on otherwise good wifi connection

    Solved? What did you do?
    BTW, did you try booting from an Ubuntu Install flash drive and going into "Try Ubuntu" ... to see if that works fine? That's an easy way to see if it is a hardware issue...
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    Re: Help with crontab & apache

    Which crontab did you edit - your userid's or root's?

    If you edited your own, then it will run with that userid and permissions. Typically, a normal login userid cannot write (and shouldn't be...
  22. Re: When installing software will be extracted direct to software path or a temp fold

    Direct.
    If you want to cache packages, check out apt-cacher-ng.
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    [SOLVED] Re: / full 91%

    To find if any rdiff-backup versions are in a tree, use
    find /path/to/tree -type d -iname rdiff-backup-data/

    So, on my backup server, I put backups onto a mount somewhere, but make a convenience...
  24. Re: Is possible use 2 mount point in same partition ?

    I think we need to clarify that disks aren't mounted. File systems are what we mount. Just like an mp4 file is just a container for a few different video/audio types of data, file systems can be...
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    [SOLVED] Re: / full 91%

    I'm guessing you mean 25G is used, not the total size.

    Gparted shows the partition size.
    du shows the used amount of block space it can find.

    If du and parted/fdisk show different used amounts...
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