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    [SOLVED] Re: How can I easilly check cpu temp

    I have hardinfo (which came with Lubuntu), and the package has the same name as the program.



    sudo apt update
    sudo apt install hardinfo


    Hardinfo is a graphical tool, that shows a lot of...
  2. Re: Could I install Ubuntu on a 8gb SD card and install the apps on an external hard

    Yes, if the Ubuntu 16.04 live CD (I suppose it is actually a live DVD) works, you can get the latest Ubuntu onto your SD card. And then install Ubuntu into the internal HDD. I would recommend the...
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    Re: Install Ubuntu from Virtual Box?

    I have never done that. Normally the virtual machine can see virtual disks 'inside VirtualBox'.

    If you can make the virtual machine see the real disk it should work. This is a bit tricky but...
  4. Re: Could I install Ubuntu on a 8gb SD card and install the apps on an external hard

    SD cards behave pretty much like USB pendrives, and there are fast and slow cards too. You can try with your 8GB card. Maybe it will be big and fast enough for you.

    I would say that with a small...
  5. Re: disk full after usage of script that used a default cache directory

    You can check at the top level (mountpoint) of each file system (partition) with the following command



    sudo du -h * .[a-Z]* | sort -h


    The biggest directories will be shown at the tail end...
  6. Re: Could I install Ubuntu on a 8gb SD card and install the apps on an external hard

    I suggest that you try a light-weight flavour of 20.04.x LTS: Lubuntu, Ubuntu MATE and/or Xubuntu persistent live created with mkusb. You may consider a fast USB 3 pendrive with at least 16 GB in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: daily-canary vs daily-live

    If I understand correctly, the canary version is a very early testing version (maybe made for insiders / developers). We should expect that several things will not work yet.

    - At first boot after...
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    [ubuntu] Re: daily-canary vs daily-live

    What do you mean by



    ?

    A couple of weeks ago I cloned from the canary iso file and I saw the new installer (but it did not work all the way). Of course it might have changed, and I can test...
  9. Re: Lubuntu 20.04 installation problem with hp compaq 6715s

    As we all know, it is an old computer, and the Sempron processor is low end. But with 2 GB RAM [I agree with ml9104 that] it should be possible to install and run Lubuntu. It is a good idea to take...
  10. Re: Lubuntu 20.04 installation problem with hp compaq 6715s

    +1 to yancek's requests; and I would add some details:

    Please specify brand name and model of

    - computer (is hp compaq 6715s according to this link describing your computer?)
    - CPU
    -...
  11. Re: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade caused my ubuntu install to think it's linux mint, not

    Thanks to everybody who posted in this thread,

    I think you have added valuable knowledge to many of us :KS
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    [SOLVED] Re: how to check temperature on ubuntu server

    For the sake of completeness, I can add a command to see the temperature in nvme drives:



    sudo apt install nvme-cli # if not already installed

    sudo nvme smart-log /dev/nvme0n1 ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: isohybrid error

    If it is an isohybrid file, you can clone it (from the iso file to the USB pendrive) and you will get a bootable USB drive.

    Are you trying with Rufus in Windows? Or some other tool, maybe in...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Bash: How can I pass a wildcard as a parameter within a script?

    Sometimes, when it is hard to control where the wild-card is expanded, you can work around the problem by writing to a temporary file, in this case for example a 'one-liner' command with rsync, and...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Bash: How can I pass a wildcard as a parameter within a script?

    1. I did not check ,but did you try "${EXCLUDE}" (to double-quote it)?

    2. Otherwise, why not 'hard-code' it in the script? You know already that it works that way (I mean to have the rsync command...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Check if all data it was well copy

    I think rsync is the best program. If you run it with elevated permissions (with sudo), it should work without modifying the permissions. I think it is risky to start modifying the users and groups,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Check if all data it was well copy

    sudo rsync -Havcn /home/user/disk1/folder/ /home/user/disk2/folder_backup/ >> log.txt


    The files listed in log.txt do not match (either are not copied or are different).

    Please notice the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Check if all data it was well copy

    I thought -H [in rsync] is only checking for hard-links (not symbolic links).



    -H, --hard-links
    This tells rsync to look for hard-linked files in the source and link...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Check if all data it was well copy

    You can check with



    sudo -Havcn source/ target


    c forces checksum test of each file, n dry run (that is only check, no copying). The list of files will show which files are not matching...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Check if all data it was well copy

    I would run the copy command with elevated permissions in order to copy also from and to files/directories where the current user may not have permissions and to preserve the permissions. And I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New installer ready for test

    @C.S.Cameron,

    I discovered it, but I have no idea why [this setup feature is activated in persistent live drives created by mkusb-dus].

    It might be controlled by a boot option. I did some...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New installer ready for test

    You know as much as we about this new feature. I saw no direct way to get away without walking through the setup when the persistent live system was made with mkusb-dus. But you can use mkusb-plug to...
  23. Re: How can I maintain my drive order (sda, sdb, etc)

    lsblk can be helpful. You can run something like the following examples in a wide terminal window (maybe fullscreeen to avoid truncating the lines of the output),



    lsblk -f
    # or
    lsblk -o...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Question about bare Minimum install with server 20.04.2 LTS

    You find the 20.04 LTS netboot alias mini.iso file at this link. The checksum is in the parent directory.

    There will be no newer versions, and Ubuntu Server will come with another lnstaller,...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: SD card - Operation is already pending - Lubuntu 18.04

    Yes, that kind of backup is a good idea. You never know what you might want to use or at least look at, but my experience of new installations is that it is a good opportunity to get rid of tools and...
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