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I installed BURG and now when I boot I only get the black screen with "grub>". Any suggestions on how I can fix this? Thanks.
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If your system supports booting from flash drives or SD cards then it will most definitely work.
The HP Slate is said to have an SD Card reader. Just write the ISO to the SD Card and hopefully we can boot from card and run an install 8-) or Wubi... Lol.
Start firefox from terminal and post the contents here.
Make sure that you are booting using a PowerPC architectured CD.
Like a server version of Ubuntu and a desktop version of Ubuntu.
Something I've never really figured out, what's the differences of Linux Desktop w/ Apache vs. Linux Server w/ Apache?
Try deleting both jagex_runescape_preferences.dat files in your home directory.
Logging in as root isn't advised, this is why the people behind Ubuntu created the 'sudo' command.
You can also use 'sudo su' to enter a "full-root" mode while in terminal.
GNOME, gets the job done and does it well.
Any PowerPC release of any Linux distribution should run on any PowerPc computer with 256mb of RAM, but 384mb of RAM is required to use the LiveCD option.
I've used both Avant and Cairo. Of the two I would say that they are about the same. Although I do prefer Avant. In my experience and with my laptop Avant doesn't lag as much as Cairo and opens...
It sounds as if your monitor isn't adjusted to the resolution that the screen is showing. I myself had the same problem when installing Ubuntu from Wubi; I simply had to press the Auto-adjust button...
Extract the theme to your desktop then go to System->Administration->Login Window.
Click the "Local" tab then choose "Add". Then choose the Theme folder from your desktop and click "Install". After...
Try Alt+F2, to open the Run, then type
emerald --replace(No space between "--" and "replace").
Try downloading the file and extracting it to your desktop. Then go to:
System->Preferences->Appearence. Then at the "Theme" menu drag the extracted cursor theme file from the desktop into the...
Try booting into Ubuntu via recovery mode and see what you can do from there.
I would suggest going back to the CCSM setting you changed and try changing it back to it's default.
The Ubuntu dekstop panels can be set to quick hide, or you can also remove them.
Right-click the panels and choose "preferences" and experament with what you find there.
A dock you can use in...
sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop
After you install it reboot. After you've finished rebooting and are at the login screen, choose "Options" then select the xcfe window manager