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    Re: Oracle VM VirtualBox ! Works Good

    Thanks I will that is 2 distros that I have not tried yet. The Free BSD 12.1 - It is OK, different. Open BSD installer is in Shell- Command line. Thanks. Reminds me of old school Linux. I downloaded...
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    Re: Oracle VM VirtualBox ! Works Good

    I installed the new Ubuntu Focal 20.04 daily build for 2-20-2020. Full install & updated through terminal.
    Work Awesome ! Everything works good. I am testing it in VirtualBox. Benchmark came out...
  3. Sudo Vulneraility

    Sudo utility that under a specific configuration could allow low privileged users or malicious programs to execute arbitrary commands with administrative ('root') privileges on Linux. The flaw can...
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    Re: Hardware Acceleration

    3.5. System Settings
    The System category groups various settings that are related to the basic hardware that is presented to the virtual machine.Note As the activation mechanism...
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    Re: Hardware Acceleration

    According to the VM manual. Chapter 3.5.2
    Processor Tab- Uncheck mark both: -> Enable PAE/NX and Enable Nested VT-x/ Boxes.
    In Chapter 3.5.3
    Acceleration Tab on Hardware Virtualization- Uncheck...
  6. Re: Having trouble installing Ubuntu 18.04 VM

    This is your current OS for the Host of virtual box, Correct ?
    Is this the Virtual Box Guest OS?
    If you start an OS and arrive at the live session, next is to install the OS on the...
  7. Re: Having trouble installing Ubuntu 18.04 VM

    Contact the VM Package maintainer and express your concerns. I only have their documentation to go by.
  8. Re: Having trouble installing Ubuntu 18.04 VM

    Read the Documentation from that I posted from Oracle VM VirtualBox. Yes it is True. Chapter 12.4 Linux and X11 Guests & Chapter 2.3.3.1 of the manual. It is correct, I checked the synaptic package...
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    Re: Hardware Acceleration

    Open Virtual Box Manager --> Select System from the list (The next after General that you posted) and open it. -->
    Their is 3 tabs (motherboard, Processor, Acceleration) Select Acceleration --> ...
  10. Re: Having trouble installing Ubuntu 18.04 VM

    VM on 18.04 Ubuntu is using the 2.6 VM Kernel it has a lot of bugs attached to it.
    The new 20.04 LTS Ubuntu will have the new 5.3 Kernel, due for release April 2020.
    Ubuntu 19.10 has the current...
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    Oracle VM VirtualBox ! Works Good

    I have the full version of oracle VM Virtual Box Installed on Linux. It works awesome.
    Installed: Ubuntu 18.04, Cinnamon Remix, Open SUSE 15.1, AntiX 19.1, KDE NEON 5.17.5.
    This is a good way for...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: dd: failed to open 'sdb': Permission denied; sdb was created using mknod

    ├── a.txt└─cryptswap1 253:0 0 11.9G 0 crypt [SWAP] Did you first open encrypted swap ? password protected
    └── sdb <--- Could not open
    ...
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    Re: do you use live distros often and why.

    I distro hop always have to check out a new Linux OS. Live USB is the way to do just that.
    Always try a new version of Ubuntu on a live USB. Another way to look at it gives you your own OS in your...
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    Re: Feedback as a returning Ubuntu user

    I did not care for the Dock, still getting accustom to it. Rather have start icon with the menu style.
    I prefer Apache Open Office for my self, saveable in any microsft. format just about similar...
  15. Re: file owner permissions when root is the owner

    Yes unless you change the root permissions. By changing file owner and group or with chmod.
    To change or edit files of root that is where sudo comes in. r,w,x chmod same except 4,2,1...
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    Re: New Ubuntu Version?

    I would use 18.04 Ubuntu or any one of the other flavors. It's standard support is until April 2023.
    How is your new OS doing? I hope well..
  17. Thread: priceless.

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    Re: priceless.

    Watched the video again Priceless ... Amusing... Yea.... Real amusing...
  18. Re: Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa Desktop BackGround (UnOfficial)

    So far Ubuntu 20.04 Focal is scheduled 23 April 2020 for its final release. Officially unless schedule changes. I am defiantly downloading and installing it.
  19. Re: this reminds me why I stopped using my own printer.

    Their is hplip driver for Hp printers. usually installed already on Ubuntu. I had to uninstall hpjis driver
    it was interfering with the other driver. I agree it is easier to put everything on a...
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    Re: Dracut rootovl ?

    .ovl file is : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OVL
    The process of transferring a block of program code or other data into main memory,replacing what is already stored.
    No it is not working yet....
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    Re: Dracut rootovl ?

    Dracut Overlay Formatting (ovl) is not mentioned in the man pages.
    http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man7/dracut.cmdline.7.html

    https://answers.launchpad.net/bugs/1548558
    Their is three Bugs for...
  22. Re: Peppermint project lead Mark Greaves (PCNetSpec) has passed away.

    Condolences
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    Re: How to completely uninstall WINE

    I have installed Ubuntu over and over again also and i agree...
    You can get the Snap: ' Synaptic ' , Type it in the snap search bar. It is the Synaptic Package Manager.
    Here is the documentation:...
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    Re: You know you're a geek when........

    You get caught writing code on the Bathroom Mirror. You end your conversations with 'What Linux Distro are you using ?' Every time you walk into Walmart you look at the check out line and say - That...
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    Re: How to completely uninstall WINE

    sudo apt purge wine*
    sudo apt autoremove rm -r .wine

    Restart
    dpkg --list | grep wine

    To see if Wine is still installed.
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