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    Re: Macbook Pro monitor does not dim

    Moved to Apple Hardware Users as a more appropriate sub-forum.
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    Re: Super uninformed/dumb person needs help

    Moved to Apple Hardware Users.

    Please don't trip the language filters and leave asterisks behind. This is a family- and workplace-friendly forum populated by people from all over the world and...
  3. Re: 2020 Mac unable to boot off Ubuntu 20 disk moklistrt error

    Moved to Apple Hardware Users as a more appropriate sub-forum.
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    [ubuntu] Re: False PGP security

    While you might get some advice as to how to make this work for you (for instance by making sure the keyring is used as expected), the Ubuntu Forums is not a venue for contacting developers to...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04 Modprobe - ndiswrapper not found

    Most wireless devices have driver modules already in the kernel, making NDISWrapper unnecessary. Unfortunately, I have not found good news for you with regard to yours.

    In 2015 this was posted on...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04 Modprobe - ndiswrapper not found

    First things first: Are you sure that the kernel will not drive that adapter natively? Do you need NDISWrapper?
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    Sticky: [other] Re: Intel Mac (Mactel) FAQ

    Given that the page you cited and this one have not been updated in more than 7 years, you may have missed a boat long departed from the port.

    Generally, one must be an Ubuntu Member and further...
  8. Re: Win 8: Can this be fixed / anything recovered?

    I think that before we suggest possibly risky data recovery methods, we allow the user to consult with Windows experts to see if there is anything to be done in the native OS first.
  9. Re: Can this be fixed / anything recovered?

    My best guess is that the partitions were not completely dismounted the last time you shut down. Linux will not touch a Windows partition that has not been properly unmounted because Windows will...
  10. Re: BBC iPlayer videos not playing on Raspberry Pi

    Hello.

    What OS are your running?
  11. Thread: Word association

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    Re: Word association

    Album
  12. Thread: ATX Power Supply

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    Re: ATX Power Supply

    And, with that, closed.
  13. Re: Apps/Ganes Os Basted On Ubuntu 14.04 ARMv7

    Hello!

    Given that 14.04 is about two years beyond its EOL, no longer supported and a security risk ... I would guess that "None" would be an appropriate answer.

    It would be best to upgrade to a...
  14. Re: System booting issue after abruptly shutting down whil someone was trying ssh on

    As you seem bound and determined to disregard the suggestions of some very knowledgeable people, I offer this. Not a video, but it's a great way for you to see what you are trying to get yourself...
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    Re: out of control curser

    What might have helped is if you had bumped your thread 24 hours after posting when you didn't get an answer.

    When you leave a thread to settle to the bottom of the pile, people generally don't...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless and internet conection

    When you say it is sharing a disk with Windows 10, do you mean a virtual machine? Dual boot?
  17. Re: System booting issue after abruptly shutting down whil someone was trying ssh on

    Actually, sometimes it is.
  18. Re: System booting issue after abruptly shutting down whil someone was trying ssh on

    No matter your storage media, a sudden power-off can and will leave writes uncommitted/incomplete. And you should definitely pay attention to the info about the heads if you are using mechanical...
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    Re: how to install softwares from AUR

    PPAs and AUR are analogous.

    PPA = Personal Package Archive, which includes packages provided by members of the community. They may or may not be safe or useful for you.
    AUR = Arch User...
  20. Re: Open source driver Vs. Closed source driver?

    AMD graphics on Linux use amdgpu -- open source developed by AMD -- or radeon -- open source, developed by the community with AMD's help. Each supports a different group of physical GPUs.

    Which...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu can't use my AMD graphics card.

    In short, no -- despite the myth.

    For your AMD hardware, there are two drivers available: amdgpu and radeon. Which is used is determined at install time by which supports your hardware. Each...
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    Re: Corona mask for IT/computer nerds

    While a statement of fact with regard to local law is not patently political, any further discussion in this vein will likely be deemed such by the staff. Posts will be removed and users assessed...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: Guru99 website says "sudo passwd -l 'username' " is to "Display all env variables

    If your are looking in the "User management commands of linux" section, it looks like the first four commands' given descriptions are garbage -- repeated from the section above.
  24. [ubuntu] Re: I WAS HACKED WHILE UPGRADING TO 20.04! Suggestions needed!

    Since I have no reason to doubt the veracity of what you have told us, I would suggest that you stop using your possibly compromised machine and ask your wife to do the same.

    You would do well to...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: I WAS HACKED WHILE UPGRADING TO 20.04! Suggestions needed!

    Not careful enough, it would seem. This is less likely the result of lack of effort on your part than simply not understanding the danger and processes for securing yourself. This is not an attack...
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