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    Re: Need driver for new printer

    Your equipment is supported by HP's HPLIP utility in version 3.19.6. You can obtain it from the HPLIP download site at https://sourceforge.net/projects/hplip/files/hplip/ That's also the version in...
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    [kubuntu] Re: 18.04 full lockup

    Please describe your hardware suite, especially the video subsystem (adapter chipset, driver version, etc.).
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing Ubuntu - SSD not detected

    I have a question. Is the target device for the Linux installation (your SSD) set up with a GPT partition table? Isn't that a prerequsite for a UEFI installation?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Good SNAP write up or how to

    man snap really is a good place to start. Whoever did the entry did a nice job and writes well. I'm quite impressed.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Some apps take 25 seconds to launch

    Yabut,I kinda like the idea of having the browser and the mail clients, in particular, extra-sandboxed. They're not _that_ slow to load.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Some apps take 25 seconds to launch

    Isn't Chromium a SNAP? If so, it's going to load slow. Nature of the beast. I've learned to accept it.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Some apps take 25 seconds to launch

    Is there any error message when you try to launch the application from a terminal?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Some apps take 25 seconds to launch

    I had the same problem with a couple of apps I use. The issue turned out to be a support library they wanted was missing. Installing it from repository fixed things right up.

    Open a terminal...
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    [ubuntu_mate] Re: I'm a moron and broke my Ubuntu

    You can get a tty console from <ctrl><alt><F3>. sudo apt install-ubuntu-desktop may work from there.

    Under the current scheme (19.10 for sure, maybe 19.04):
    <ctrl><alt><F1> GUI login, ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Error while creating ext4 file system

    I saw this error the other day working with an SSD in an external case with NVMe/USB converter connected via a USB port. Too many variables there to try and figure out what was going on. However,...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Backintime verrrry slow to start on 1910.

    Installing the package:

    appmenu-gtk2-module

    from repository solved the problem
  12. [SOLVED] Backintime verrrry slow to start on 1910.

    Installed the 19.10 beta and things are generally working well. One particular issue I can't solve:

    When starting the user-mode GUI interface for backintime (from repo) it requires somewhere...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Monitor goes to sleep and wont wake up

    I see this behavior on my 2080RTX with the Nvidia 435 drivers. Something in the way Nvidia is handling HDMI. Problem does not occur when using a DP connection.
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    Re: How do I completely avoid Google ?

    This is brilliant and not something I had realized before. Thank you, sir. You've made a whole day's worth of browsing worthwhile.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Login Loop with 09-07 daily .iso

    Problem comes from selecting "automatically log in user" instead of requiring user to enter a password at the beginning of each session. Not really solved, but I know what triggers it now so I can...
  16. Re: Tracker loses the plot and requires euthanasia

    I don't know if this is related at all, but the excitement with Tracker started after I re-formatted my personal data partition (which is separate from /home and lives on a different physical SSD) to...
  17. Tracker loses the plot and requires euthanasia

    For reasons I do not understand, but fully admit are probably user related, my Ubuntu started
    running poorly at first boot this morning. Followed by an uncommanded DE reset.

    The system log...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Existing installation, move drive to new machine?

    Unlike Windows, Linux keeps drivers for most devices in the kernel itself, and does device detection at every startup, so moving the system drive from box to box is largely business as usual at the...
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    [SOLVED] Login Loop with 09-07 daily .iso

    Had the expected adventure getting Eoan to boot to Gnome due to the presence of an Nvidia 2080 RTX graphics adapter. Installer failed with the proprietary driver, but a redo installing the Nouveau...
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    [ubuntu] Re: I keep getting hacked. Can you help?

    Could also be a malicious prank by a co-worker, roommate, or so-called friend. Does anyone else have physical access to the machine besides you?

    And yes, it would be most helpful if you could...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Ryzen 3700X - MSI X570 with ComboPi 1.0.0.3abb - errors during boot

    Check the data and power cables used for the Ubuntu SSD. Substitute with others if possible.
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu LTS 18.04 does not resume from suspend

    I don't know if this will help, or not, but it doesn't cost anything to try. After the machine fails to resume from suspend enter the following keys:


    <ctrl>+<alt>+<F3> which means hold down...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: USB2 ports do not function, USB3 ports do

    There are a couple of settings in your BIOS setup that you should check. They're sort of described on pages 45 and 46 of your owner's manual. If you don't have one, you can see an on-line version...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Resizing boot partition

    I screwed up the instructions on the code block, but don't worry about that.

    Looking at your post, I don't even see a boot/efi partition listed. Looks like Ubuntu installed in BIOS mode and it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Resizing boot partition

    Let's help the new guy out a bit.

    rubyzers, open a terminal and type the following command:


    df > report.txt

    This will create a file named report.txt in your /home/username/ directory. ...
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