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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Unable to instal Ubuntu 20.04.2.0 on WIndows 7 (Dual Boot)

    Having nothing sensitive or valuable on that computer isn't enough to stop worrying about hackers on Windows 7 (or any other system). They may be interested in other things than stealing your files...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Latest updates making my screen flicker all the time

    Than you can use an old kernel as a workaround, report a bug and hope it will be fixed in a later upgrade.
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Latest updates making my screen flicker all the time

    Does it still happen when you boot an older kernel?
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    [ubuntu] Re: 3D graphics glitch

    Pay attention to the packages that get installed and removed. It's not recommended to run old kernels. This may get fixed in a later kernel. It may help if you report a bug:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 3D graphics glitch

    Weak graphics or not, this kind of artefact shouldn't happen, in particular if it worked until last week.

    I got two kernel upgrades last week on 20.10 and assume there were some on 20.04 too....
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Update process interrupted by my kid, now can't start

    Lenovo support tells me that the S205 has an AMD Brazos C30, C50, E240 or E350 CPU, which is 64 bit. It isn't exactly a powerful processor, not even by 2011 standards (when it was released), but it...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Package dependencies cannot be resolved

    What does
    apt-cache policy grub-efi-amd64-signedtell you?

    2.04-1ubuntu35.6 is the correct version for grub2-common on 20.10, so it looks like something strange is going on with your...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Update process interrupted by my kid, now can't start

    Have you tried an older kernel? Maybe the upgrade was interrupted in the middle of the installation of a new kernel. The old kernel might still work. If that doesn't allow you to boot your system,...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Can't run apt install due to unmet dependencies

    Well, I didn't expect that error. Good it's solved now. 512MB is tiny these days.
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    Re: Cant login to ubuntu anymore

    Another possibility is that the permissions on your home directory on some files in it are messed up. When your GUI session cannot write to the files it needs, it may crash at once, sending you back...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Can't run apt install due to unmet dependencies

    The complete output of
    LANG=C sudo apt install -fmay help.

    The LANG=C part will switch translations off, changing all output to English. Although, as it's all standard messages, I can typically...
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    Re: Audacious mystery! Am I crazy?

    It appears the computer already guessed you want it to be the same as the other.

    This information could be transferred by a livedisk with persistence, but should only transfer it from a live...
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    Re: How do you install Google Earth

    There used to be a problem that the 64 bit GE didn't work on 64 bit Ubuntu, so you had to install the 32 bit version. That's years ago, but instructions from that time may still be found on the web....
  14. Re: Bad font rendering after Ubuntu 20 update

    Keep an eye on this thread: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2460487
    It appears to be the same issue.
  15. [ubuntu] Re: only 4 characters are visble per line the rest of the characters are invisible

    May be related to this issue: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2460057
    No replies on that thread, which suggests that nobody had a clue. I can't find a relevant bug report.

    Given the...
  16. Re: Which Ubuntu version should be fine with this device's specifications?

    20.04, that's the current LTS version. Unless you really want the latest interim release (20.10; 21.04 will be released this month), but that's not really recommended for new users. There's no point...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: sudo apt autoremove made system not bootable

    For some reason, a lot of packages were erroneously marked as automatically installed instead of manually (many packages installed during initial installation of the OS are marked as manually...
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    Re: My latest attempt to upgrade chrome

    When you install Google Chrome from the .deb, it's supposed to put a software source for upgrades in /etc/apt/sources.list.d. Apt will then upgrade Google Chrome along with all other software it...
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    Re: Securing Computer Lab

    Anyone with physical access to the computer can get root access, although it may require a screwdriver to open the box. So you must trust your students to some extent.

    If you make a generic...
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    Re: Downloading and Building source

    Keep in mind that 16.04 will reach end of life next month. Support for 32 bit is ending too.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade Ubuntu 10.04 to 12.04

    I hope this old 10.04 server isn't actually exchanging mail with the untrusted web, right? Because 10.04 server edition has been unsupported for 6 years. 12.04 for 4 years. So indeed, why bother? Get...
  22. Re: Tools to find damaged files (data corruption)?

    I don't think 256 bytes is too small for a valid postscript file. It's a bit small for a sensible postscript file though. The smallest sensible postscript file I can find in my homedir is 336 bytes:...
  23. Re: Forgot user password still logged in.

    You can reset your password by booting in recovery mode: https://askubuntu.com/questions/24006/how-do-i-reset-a-lost-administrative-password
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    [ubuntu] Re: Invoking diagnostics reports...

    The best you'll get is something like: "Process X is consuming 30% of CPU capacity," or "Process Y is using 40% of memory," or "Process Z is downloading at 3300 kB/s on port 12345." The tool you use...
  25. Re: Program crashes, filesystem write protected

    When there's an error accessing your file system, the relevant filesystem (partition) is remounted in read-only mode. This to prevent further damage until the filesystem has been repaired and/or...
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