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  1. [SOLVED] Re: What password manager for Ubuntu would you recommend?

    Thank you both!




    Yes, sounds smart.
  2. [SOLVED] What password manager for Ubuntu would you recommend?

    What password manager for Ubuntu would you recommend? Ideally it should work well with Firefox. Thank you in advance!
  3. [ubuntu_mate] I somehow can't get fcrackzip to work

    For reasons I won't get into, I want to at least try to crack some encrypted zip files on my computer. No problem, I thought, I'll simply install fcrackzip (through synaptic). So I did. I tried it on...
  4. Re: If bash script executes command, & killall kills bash script, is command killed,

    Thank you!
  5. If bash script executes command, & killall kills bash script, is command killed, too?

    If I have a terminal open, and in it, a bash script I've made is running, and that bash script executes a specific command line command, and that takes a while; and if, during that time, in a...
  6. Re: I'm wondering about the earliest stage of the boot process

    My result for inxi -M is



    Machine:
    Type: Desktop System: extra product: N/A v: N/A serial: <root required>
    Mobo: Gigabyte model: H61M-S2PV v: x.x serial: <root required>
    BIOS:...
  7. Re: I'm wondering about the earliest stage of the boot process

    I couldn't find a revision number anywhere on the motherboard - could that mean that it's the earliest revision, from when they didn't know for sure that there would be other revisions in the future?
  8. Weird behaviour of USB storage media when dual booting?

    Has anyone else noticed that, when you use thumb drives or external hard drives under Linux (without changing anything about their out-of-the-box formatting), and then use then under Windows, you get...
  9. Re: I'm wondering about the earliest stage of the boot process

    Thank you!




    Sure, here's the first thing I see on my screen after turning my computer on:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZIQqL9AyyoRbvo778I_Ygt6zKud-5UVJ/view?usp=sharing

    ("IT für...
  10. I'm wondering about the earliest stage of the boot process

    My computer was put together from individual bits and pieces by the small independent computer shop where I bought it, so it doesn't really have a brand name in the conventional sense. As far as I...
  11. Re: Does anyone have advice on how to use ESD wristbands?

    In case anyone's wondering, the "surgery" on my PC - a RAM upgrade - went well, after some initial hiccups.
  12. [SOLVED] Re: Is there some way to check the physical integrity of hard drives under Ubuntu?

    Thank you. Badblocks seems to work as advertised. I'm fairly sceptical about the Disks utility, though - it might get ext4 partitions right, but when I tell it to check my ntfs partition, it tells me...
  13. [SOLVED] Is there some way to check the physical integrity of hard drives under Ubuntu?

    Is there some way to check the physical integrity of hard drives under Ubuntu?
  14. Re: Does anyone have advice on how to use ESD wristbands?

    Thank you!
  15. Re: Does anyone have advice on how to use ESD wristbands?

    Thank you!
  16. Does anyone have advice on how to use ESD wristbands?

    Ok, I hope this is the right forum for this kind of question - the forum called "Hardware" seems to be all about getting Ubuntu to work with all kinds of hardware, which is not what my question is...
  17. [ubuntu_mate] One of the world clocks in the gnome-clocks app keeps showing the wrong time

    First of all, I hope that this thread is in the right forum, and I apologize to mods and admins if it isn't.

    So, I've got the gnome-clocks package installed, and I use the world clocks...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Is there some way of using free space on installation thumb drives for other file

    Thank you!
  19. [SOLVED] Re: Is there some way of using free space on installation thumb drives for other file

    @CelticWarrior, sorry - I've now tried Multisystem, and once it had installed Grub to the thumb drive on which I tried it, it simply wouldn't mount anymore, so I couldn't put any other files on it. I...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Is there some way of using free space on installation thumb drives for other file

    @dragonfly41, thank you again! I've now tried the method from the article you linked, and after a brief moment of getting used to it, it works really well!

    @CelticWarrior, thank you, too! I will...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Is there some way of using free space on installation thumb drives for other file

    Sure, I just somehow don't like the idea of wasting space.




    Thank you!
  22. [SOLVED] Is there some way of using free space on installation thumb drives for other files?

    Is there some way of using the free space on Ubuntu installation thumb drives to store other files without making a mess of the whole thing in the process? I think I remember vaguely that long ago,...
  23. [ubuntu_mate] Re: Why won't most CD/DVD burn apps let you manually set burning speed?

    I completely agree with you on that point. Working with some kinds of software (both FOSS and proprietary) is as if you would have a job where you're a messenger in a big building, and every once in...
  24. [ubuntu_mate] Re: Why won't most CD/DVD burn apps let you manually set burning speed?

    Wait, you're right. I just checked brasero, and that option is still there.
  25. [ubuntu_mate] Why won't most CD/DVD burn apps let you manually set burning speed?

    I've got three GUI CD/DVD burn apps installed on the Linux side of my desktop pc: Brasero, which comes preinstalled with my Ubuntu flavour, Mate; K3b, which I use for multisession projects because as...
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