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  1. [ubuntu] Re: I need to create a empty directory as my computer has both SSD and HDD. How to do

    This is referring to the issue in this thread: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2456520

    It's easier if you keep your issue in a single thread.
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Should I enable mounting of HDD automatically in a computer with SSD and HDD?

    The bold word "that" refers to the entire preceding sentence.

    Instructions:
    1: Make a plan. What partitions do you need, on which drive do you want them, where do you mount them.
    2: Use the...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Can't uninstall Tor Browser after installing it with Ubuntu Software

    There's some unexpected output from sudo apt update, but, as the tools itself notes, this may be caused by a mirror sync in progress. Trying again may fix it, unless there really is a problem with...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Can't uninstall Tor Browser after installing it with Ubuntu Software

    Something about your package management is messed up and you package manager refuses to do anything until you tell it how to fix it. So, let's find out what exactly is going on:
    sudo apt update...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Should I enable mounting of HDD automatically in a computer with SSD and HDD?

    Automatically mounting your hard drive will be the easy solution. Create an empty directory to use as a mountpoint in whatever location you consider convenient (there are some directories to avoid)...
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    Re: Mount point ?

    Could it be a snap issue? Software packages can come as deb packages and snap packages. Snap packages are restricted in the directories they can access, and /media may or may not be accessible. Maybe...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04 upgraded to kernel 5.8

    If you have the linux-generic package pulling in new kernel versions, you stay on the 5.4 kernel series. If you have linux-generic-hwe-20.04 pulling in new kernel versions, you upgrade to 5.8 and...
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    [xubuntu] Re: how to enlarge this image

    ctrl++ (or actually ctrl+=), ctrl+- and ctrl+0 control zooming in Firefox, zoom level going from 30-300%.
  9. Re: Ubuntu unusable due to too small a partition

    You cannot change a partition when it's mounted and you cannot unmount a partition when you run the system installed on it. So the procedure is to boot Windows and use that to shrink the Windows...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Only see grub prompt, and Ubuntu won't boot...

    It appears that your system is in partition 2 of your nvme drive, but several important files and directories are missing. Boot-repair says there's no boot directory (explaining the error) nor fstab,...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04 Installation Keeps Failing

    The "attempt to mount a file system" error isn't important. You can just wipe the drive clean before installation using the live disk.

    The other error, "Initramfs unpacking failed", suggests...
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    Re: "contact system administrator"

    I don't see what you mean by your first and second sentence. But you can try running the upgrade again and hope it works better this time. If something doesn't work, we need precise error messages.
    ...
  13. Re: upgraded to 20.04.1 LTS, ttf-mscorefonts-installer issues

    I've never used Wine myself, this was something I picked up on this forum. But maybe it's no longer true; I haven't checked.

    Edit: Just checked it. ttf-mscorefonts-installer is suggested by...
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    [SOLVED] Re: replace MInt with Ubuntu

    You could at least try the live usb. If sound works there, it should work in the installed system too.
  15. Re: Ubuntu going through only part of its boot after update

    It appears that the Ubuntu 20.04 installer (but not the Xubuntu 20.04 installer) installs the hwe kernel series by default. I'm quite sure that's the cause of some additional instability.
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    [UbuntuGnome] Re: 20.04 Lack of space on Root

    The user interface of disk usage analyser isn't very intuitive to everybody, but maybe it is to you.

    If disk usage analyser doesn't see the files taking all the disk space, there are several...
  17. Re: upgraded to 20.04.1 LTS, ttf-mscorefonts-installer issues

    The ttf-mscorefonts-installer package is required if you want to use MS core fonts or Wine, as the Windows applications running in Wine are guaranteed that those fonts are available. I don't have...
  18. Re: Ubuntu going through only part of its boot after update

    In that case I suggest you stick to the standard (5.4) kernel for 20.04 and don't install the hwe (5.8) kernel. That will install security patches, but won't install any big upgrades, so it's less...
  19. Re: how does the shell expose the services of the operating system to another program

    The other program could be a shell script.
  20. [SOLVED] Re: error when updating the system. how to fix it?

    Can you boot an older kernel? Do you actually need the 5.8 kernel supplied by the hwe package, or does the standard 5.4 kernel work too?

    It appears this is a common problem this week.
  21. Re: Ubuntu going through only part of its boot after update

    There are several threads on the forum now about problems with 20.04 with hwe, which just moved to the 5.8 kernel.

    Can you use the grub menu to boot in recovery mode? (Apparently, you can.) Can...
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    Re: Canít open anything after updates

    Have you tried an older kernel? The grub menu must list them next to recovery mode. There may be a problem with your kernel.

    3 days ago I got a new kernel with my regular upgrades, 5.4.0-58...
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    [ubuntu] Re: initramfs / fsck at startup

    Assuming you don't run them as root (never do that), there's no way Libreoffice or Firefox could cause boot problems. And it's not normal to get random filesystem errors. This smells like a hardware...
  24. Re: recent update to 18.04 messed up mouse, text selection, etc

    This sounds more like a problem with the window manager than with the kernel.

    Old kernels aren't removed automatically (at least, not at once). You can use the grub menu to boot an older kernel...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: Software and Update Server Best Selection

    They all get the updates at approximately the same time. There may be a few hours difference, but not days.
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