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  1. [ubuntu] Re: fan running wild for years and a message that popped up and I clicked, seem to fi

    If that's 90⁰C, it's really hot.

    You clicked something that had nothing to do with power management or fan control, then the fan stopped. Now, it could be that clicking that button stopped some...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: performance issue with new ubuntu dual boot installation

    Ubuntu has a utility to find, download and install the drivers automatically, so don't look for them on some website to install them manually. It's just that they can't be installed out of the box...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: recurring hard drive corruption all of a sudden on two different computers!

    It looks like you experience some I/O error on hard drive access, which causes the filesystem to be remounted in read-only mode. That causes applications to fail. Then you reboot and find filesystem...
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    [SOLVED] Re: error on updates

    It failed to check at least one repository. Other repositories may be OK.

    What do you get from
    sudo apt update?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade to 21.04 - no reaction...

    The upgrade from 20.10 to 21.04 was delayed, but has been available for a while. I upgraded (just checking my logs...) on 7 June.

    Check your settings. Software & Updates → Updates → Notify of new...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 21.04: libsdl2-dev screws up my whole system

    I think I'll upgrade to 21.10 in December. I normally upgrade in December and June, but about once every 4 releases (not exact) I do a fresh install instead. My current system was installed as 20.04...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 21.04: libsdl2-dev screws up my whole system

    When you install a new package, its dependencies may have to be upgraded. The dependencies of those dependencies may have to be upgraded too, and then the other packages depending on those upgraded...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 21.04: libsdl2-dev screws up my whole system

    I use nl.archive.ubuntu.com (I'm on the other side or de border), but de.archive.ubuntu.com is usually reliable and all normal sources are listed.

    I forgot to ask before, but did you install all...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 21.04: libsdl2-dev screws up my whole system

    You've got a long list of autoremovable packages. This may happen after you removed some other software with a lot of dependencies, but shouldn't happen after a fresh install. Many are packages I...
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    [Zorin] Re: no boot linux

    You've got Zorin OS 15.3, which is not Ubuntu, but still based on Ubuntu 20.04. The kernel is a little behind, at 5.4.0-77, whilst Ubuntu 20.04 is at 5.4.0-80.

    As the screen flashes several times,...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Software updater failed to download repository information?

    Let's try and get a more specific error message. Run these commands and post the full output:
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt upgrade
  12. Re: How to access repository for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

    Nowhere, as no more updates for Ubuntu 12.04 are created. Not only standard support, but even extended support has ended. The repositories may still be present on some servers (like the old-releases...
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    Re: Re-install LibreOffice Calc

    The error message indicates it's a temporary error. Refresh the list of available software (i.e., check for updates) and try again.

    If the problem was caused by your user config files, removing...
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    [SOLVED] Re: usb stick problem

    If you use the usb drive to transfer files between Ubuntu and Windows, there isn't much choice for the filesystem. Use ntfs or fat32.

    If Ubuntu can't write to the usb drive, there are several...
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    Re: ubuntu sd on emmc notebook

    It seems I understand the question differently.

    Some computers can boot from sd card, others can't. You could put the installed system on the sd card, but the bootloader and /boot partition on the...
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    Re: Wiping write protected USB

    Run ls /dev, then insert the usb drive, then run ls /dev again. Which device was added the second time? Probably sdb or sdc (if sdb already exists), along with something like sdb1 or sdb2, which are...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: Accessing common files on a dual boot PC

    Yes. Make sure there's an NTFS partition separate from your Windows OS partition. Windows will call it D: or E: or something like that. Use /etc/fstab to mount it automatically at some convenient...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How can I easilly check cpu temp

    I'm not sure what you mean by "I got it".

    psensor, lm-sensors, htop can all be installed from the repositories, either using the GUI tool or from command line:
    sudo apt install psensoret cetera....
  19. Re: how do i tell if the directory contains the file I just copied to ?

    As noted above, there appear to be some errors in your command. But you can indeed use ls to see if it was copied. If the name starts with a dot, the file is hidden and you have to use ls with the -a...
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    Re: installing offline packages

    apt-get also has an option to only download the packages: -d or --download-only

    To give a direct answer to the question: I would avoid the dpkg command here. It doesn't properly check the...
  21. Re: Why does my Logitech video camera have the light on??

    Have you checked the manual of your camera? Ubuntu may not even be aware of the existence of that green led.
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Windows suddenly stopped working in a dual boot setup with Ubuntu 20.04

    Boot-repair definitely got confused. It thinks Windows was installed in legacy mode as there's no Windows entry in the EFI partition, then it suggest to convert Ubuntu to legacy too. But this can...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: Questions about creating new firefox profile

    Because the profile had version 90 and the system backup had Firefox version 89. Then you upgraded Firefox (or it was upgraded automatically, if you have automatic updates), so you got Firefox 90 and...
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    Re: Does it matter where I install Ubuntu?

    1: No, it doesn't matter.
    2: Partitions cannot be merged or split. Partitions can be deleted, new partitions can be created in unallocated space, partition can be shrunk (creating unallocated space)...
  25. Re: Black Screen after updates applications

    What did you do to install the wireless drivers? The best way is by using the additional drivers tool. Is there any chance you interfered with the graphics drivers? Because that's what usually causes...
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