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Upgrades never worked for me, I always ended doing fresh installs. But since I always put /home in a different partition upgrading has never being an issue
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My experience is that this is a case by case thing, depends on the laptop, depends on the version of Linux you using.
I used to have a laptop (Its soul may rest in peace) that would have lousy...
After many times losing data for different reasons, I settle on the following.
I have a couple of laptops (mine for work and stuff, and the kids laptops) my backups all go to a small server I have...
Sounds like permissions, go to a terminal, find your drives and go in and do a sudo rm -r /mount_point/folder_ẗo_delete
Is not the same case, but my server is 64 bits and my HP only has drivers for 32 bits so I ended making a VM 32 bit server just for printing and I have it running in the server
Libre Office - for office related work
Sonata - as my mpd client
Pidgin - for my chat needs
Al final es cuestión de drivers, acabo de tomarme unos minutos para analizar el asunto. Mi solución poco elegante es la siguiente:
pongo las siguientes líneas:
README files says is for 2.6 kernels will it work on a 3.0 ?
Hi, seems Im in the same boat just slightly different with mine the chip of the AR8152 will freeze the laptop if I unplug the ethernet cable or start it with the cable unplug.
I'm also looking...
Hice una instalación completa de la ver 11.10 y todo está bien hasta el momento que desconecto el cable de red.
Por lo que leo en los foros y en los bug reports al parecer el driver del Atheros...
acabo de comprar una de esas Acer Aspire con el mismo problema con los drivers para el Atheros, al parecer en 10.10 ya estŕ en orden, pero en Lucid da problemas.
Hay varias soluciones:
1)Didnt read the thread from where the info came, but if the info didnt put a .conf at the end then dont.
2) you can type first sudo su and you gain root privileges and then you can make...
Old, but still valid. My provider is down, I had to improvise using one of those USB 3G dongles, and only a Debian Squeeze wanted to detect it, so I had to install Firestarter to share conection....
Some of the answers I needed latetly have come from archives, don't know if just because those issues were resolved in older versions or because no one had the same issue latetly.
So my opinion...
you needed to install the amd64 version. You are running a 32 bit system so you are not taking advantage of all that memory increase
I never liked 9.10 myself, too much problems, try using version 10.04 is much better.
As per trying to reinstall XP, I agree with the rest, seems the system is not reading the CD or is not trying...
Yes you can setup the level of detection in SpamAssassin.
Sorry I just got home and Im too tired to think straight pass the Yes
I think everybody went off the track here.. The problem is not so much with Apple methods or the companies that invented brakes and such.
The thing is you design something, put a patent on it and...
make a new partition, then move /home there, then reinstall
so you reboot and samba dosent work?
why you chown /etc ?