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    Re: Removing Grub completely

    That worked perfectly, thanks so much for the help.
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    Re: Removing Grub completely

    My internal drive is /dev/sda and I have Xubuntu installed on that as well. So basically I should just reinstall grub on it with the flash drive removed from the system and that will overwrite the...
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    Removing Grub completely

    I just made a bit of a serious mistake. I was installing a copy of Xubuntu 10.04 from the CD to a flash drive (sdb) plugged into my computer, and I did not unplug my internal hard drive (sda) first....
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    [xubuntu] How to fix excessive memory usage?

    Lately I've been noticing that my system has been using up a lot more memory than it should be - I'm running Xubuntu 10.04. When I first boot up, there's usually from 110-130 MB used. Once I add...
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    [all variants] Re: Internal DVD drive with card reader?

    I only need SD card capability. I guess that a production model would probably have 4 or 5 different card slots, but I'm not picky about those as long as I can use my SD cards.

    I know these...
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    [all variants] Internal DVD drive with card reader?

    I'm planning out the build for my next system right now and I'm looking for an internal DVD drive that has a built-in card reader. I can't seem to find one though. Any suggestions? I run Xubuntu...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Making Xubuntu ISO smaller - suggestions?

    I do use GIMP a lot so it would be tough to leave that out. Same with the fonts. The package managers might be a good choice though since I install most things from the command line anyway. And it...
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    [xubuntu] Making Xubuntu ISO smaller - suggestions?

    Greetings all,

    I'm looking for a little advice. I've built a couple lightly customized Xubuntu distros in the past, taking off programs I don't use or like to make room for others that I feel are...
  9. [xubuntu] Re: Installing programs on a password-free system?

    Thanks for the replies, but I'm afraid I didn't explain myself correctly. I did not choose a username or password on installing, so I don't have any password to put in. That is why I'm having the...
  10. [xubuntu] Installing programs on a password-free system?

    Greetings all,

    I have a laptop (HP Pavilion ZT3000 for what it's worth) that I did an installation of Xubuntu 10.10 on a while back. I've been using it lately and I need to update one or two...
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