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    Re: Nvidia Driver Instal lFail

    Then try F2 through F6.

    Edit:
    Seems you edited your post as I was typing.
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    Re: Install Linux driver for expansion card

    Well, me among others ready to help.
    If you've found the issues at hand have been satisfied please mark this thread as solved,
    so that others may benefit.
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    Re: Automatic login and screen saver

    Ubuntu doesn't have that setting.:(

    But it does have a screen lock setting in Settings > Privacy.
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Problem upgrade PC from 18.04 to 20.04; thinks it is i386

    The actual physical machine is 64-bit capable.
    But that has no bearing on whether or not you installed a 64-bit operating system.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Problem upgrade PC from 18.04 to 20.04; thinks it is i386

    i686 is 32-bit.
    amd64 is 64-bit.
    i### are all 32-bit. (i386,i486,i586,i686 are all 32-bit)

    Not that it doesn't like it, it's more that it has no idea what it is.
    And yes, you'd have to do a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: why amd64 and i386?

    They aren't. Only a handful ( a large handful) of packages have been built for 32-bit.

    It means you have the system configured to use i386 packages, meaning something you use requires 32-bit...
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    Re: 18.04 on a raspberry pi 4

    Afaik the ARM main archives are in the port repositories.
    I don't remember there ever being ARM/main in the regular repos.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Window tiling manager for 18.4 - newbie on Linux with xps dev edition

    Ubuntu Software is for desktop applications more or less.
    It doesn't do a good job of listing desktop environment/window managers, terminal applications, or any number of non-desktop application...
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    Re: Ubuntu server suddenly got a gui

    Apt package management activity is logged so check out the log files in either
    /var/log/dpkg.log,
    or
    /var/log/apt/history.log

    /var/log/apt/history.log is probably better as it's just a quick...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Get Error When Updating Software On Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS

    Bad mariadb mirror.
    Change it to another.
    You can check for mirrors here:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: too many video drivers for my own good

    Both ppa describe what to do to revert back to the original packages:
    https://launchpad.net/~oibaf/+archive/ubuntu/graphics-drivers...
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    [ubuntu] Re: too many video drivers for my own good

    Not helpful.
    We need the actual name of the ppa.
    Could be either the padoka ppa or the oibaf ppa or any number of the literally thousands of ppas available.
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    [ubuntu] Re: too many video drivers for my own good

    Which ppa?
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    [ubuntu] Re: too many video drivers for my own good

    Where do you think you installed some other driver from?

    FWIW, probably not a driver issue, as compiz plugins for various effects can break off and on.
    Since there is less priority to keep them...
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    Re: Install Linux driver for expansion card

    Open a terminal and run

    lspci
    post back the output.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade to specific version

    In a terminal, check the output of

    lsb_release -a
    The Description should show as 18.04.4 on a fully up-to-date 18.04 release.
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    Re: Right click, hold and release.

    You could probably use something like easystroke to manipulate the button:
    https://www.maketecheasier.com/add-mouse-gestures-to-linux/
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    Re: Right click, hold and release.

    I think the behavior referred is when you right click, hold that right click and then highlight something in whatever context menu appears, and then let go of the right click it opens the highlighted...
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    Re: Ubuntu Mirror Issues

    What does

    apt policy libodbc1
    show?
    There is no version 2.3.7 in any Ubuntu archive so not sure where it's coming from.
    The above output should show something.
  20. Re: Software updater apparently no longer works for Lubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

    Have you checked if the fix-broken package command fixes it

    sudo apt-get install -f
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    [kubuntu] Re: 20.04 ISO image always gets checked

    There was a discussion over at discourse on this:
    https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/defaulting-to-verify-the-image-integrity-before-installing-on-desktop/13472
    I think it should still apply to Kubuntu...
  22. Re: Software updater apparently no longer works for Lubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

    If you try clicking on Remind Me Later,
    then go and try opening Software Updater anew,
    does it open up directly to the same window or does it start by running a check first?
  23. Re: Software updater apparently no longer works for Lubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

    PPAs are listed in a separate directory /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    (nevermind, monkeybrain20122 already mentioned that)

    Seeing that you ran the remove command and the new update output shows no...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Quick help with rsync

    Fixed
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    Re: pcsx2 missing dependencies

    Thread moved to Emulators


    It looks like the ppa for bionic https://launchpad.net/~pcsx2-team/+archive/ubuntu/pcsx2-daily
    failed to build, so it produced no pcsx2-unstable package.
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