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  1. Re: Why Doesn’t A Clone Of My Bootable ubuntu Boot?

    Perhaps the planned disk-swap recovery method isn't going to work?
  2. Thread: Remote Desktop!

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    [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop!

    Nobody here works for Canonical.

    The official guides are at help.ubuntu.com. Everywhere else is unofficial to my knowledge. Random google answers often are bad, out of date, written by someone who...
  3. Re: Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 with Pulse Secure VPN connected does not pass data

    The VPN server should provide correct routing and DNS for the connection to work to internal systems.
    Browsing a network often doesn't work on older Windows networks. But if you know the exact IP...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: How to access camera remotely by sharing URL (for a Raspberry Pi Cam & Octoprint)

    Search these forums for "socks localhost ssh"?
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2452922&highlight=socks+localhost+ssh
  5. [lubuntu] Re: How painful is the "reinstall" update to 20.04

    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2436006 has more discussion.
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2389631&p=13757986#post13757986

    Backup
    Restore

    Another way to get a longer...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: How to access camera remotely by sharing URL (for a Raspberry Pi Cam & Octoprint)

    100% secure and safe. No.

    99% secure perhaps using either ssh as a socks proxy or connecting through a self-hosted VPN. From android, te VPN wold b easier. From a Linux desktop, ssh with a socks...
  7. [lubuntu] Re: How painful is the "reinstall" update to 20.04

    No need to write down a list of installed programs. APT has that. Why not use it?

    apt-mark showmanual > ~/manually-installed
    will save the list. Backup your HOME and do a fresh install. Put...
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    Re: sending large picture files

    $ more bin/img-opt.sh

    #!/bin/bash
    QUAL=40

    for img in "$@"; do
    NEW=${img/%.???/-opt.jpg}
    echo " Working on $img ..."
    convert -quality $QUAL "$img" "$NEW"
    done
  9. [kubuntu] Re: 2nd monitor not recognized after power outage

    We've exceeded my skills. sorry.
  10. [kubuntu] Re: 2nd monitor not recognized after power outage

    Is /etc/apt/sources.list funky? Mine:


    deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ focal main restricted
    deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ focal-updates main restricted
    deb...
  11. [kubuntu] Re: 2nd monitor not recognized after power outage

    try running:

    sudo apt update
    sudo apt full-upgrade

    System Maintenance for Linux PCs
    https://blog.jdpfu.com/2011/06/24/system-maintenance-for-linux-pcs
    This was republished by a well-known...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Test first post: About process monitor

    USB "thumb drives" are pretty cheap these days. Saw a 3-pack of 32GB for $4.99 a few days ago. "PNY 32GB Attaché 4 USB 2.0 Flash Drive 3-Pack" Not speed demons, but more than acceptable for...
  13. [kubuntu] Re: 2nd monitor not recognized after power outage

    $ ll /boot/vmlinuz*
    lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 24 Jan 16 15:18 /boot/vmlinuz -> vmlinuz-5.4.0-62-generic
    -rw------- 1 root root 11682560 Dec 9 02:30 /boot/vmlinuz-5.4.0-58-generic
    -rw------- 1...
  14. [kubuntu] Re: 2nd monitor not recognized after power outage

    On 20.04, I have vmlinuz-5.4.0-60-generic and vmlinuz-5.4.0-62-generic, so you are a ways out of patching. My 20.04 system doesn't have problems with any NFS mounts from either 16.04 or 18.04 NFS...
  15. [kubuntu] Re: 2nd monitor not recognized after power outage

    kernels have a package name. Any file tied to the kernel should lead you back to the package name.

    For example:

    hadar:/boot$ ls
    config-4.15.0-129-generic lost+found/...
  16. Re: One processor is heating more than others.

    Don't assume any of those numbers are accurate. It could be a problem with the sensors library. That is common for AMD CPUs.

    If the core hasn't self-throttled, I wouldn't worry much, unless it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Bringing up Vlan interface on startup

    I take it using a netplan didn't work? For a non-trivial example:
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2444748&p=13962629#post13962629
    https://netplan.io/examples

    I don't use vlans so those...
  18. [kubuntu] Re: 2nd monitor not recognized after power outage

    mount: /boot: cannot mount; probably corrupted filesystem on /dev/sda2.
    mount: /boot/efi: mount point does not exist.
    Seems /dev/sda2 needs an fsck run from alternate boot media.
    I'd also force...
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    Re: System disk is booting very slowly

    "Nooby" users shouldn't touch drive performance things without the appropriate background. You can easily end up with a system that won't boot. The issues could be all sorts of things from old...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Test first post: About process monitor

    Kill away. It is your system. Don't be surprised when you do that if bad things happen. Also, there are hundreds of different "signals" that the kill command can send to a process which conveys how...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Should I create a /boot partiton while installing Ubuntu if I already have Window

    a) Learn and understand Unix file and directory permissions. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions There isn't any way around learning this stuff, so rather than just ignore it, spend 45...
  22. Re: Why Doesn’t A Clone Of My Bootable ubuntu Boot?

    Well, that's great if you put the drive into a different system. Won't work if both drives are connected to a single system or more correctly, won't work with consistent results.
  23. Re: Why Doesn’t A Clone Of My Bootable ubuntu Boot?

    Cloned disks cannot be connected at the same time after the cloning ends. All the unique UUIDs are cloned too, so they are not unique any more. That's not good.

    That's my first guess. There are...
  24. Re: cant install Clamtk from terminal *Could not open lock file are you root ?

    says it all. See the error that you posted?

    Installing software from any repo requires sudo access. Normal userids don't have this authority.
    If you are **really** new to Unix, this is a guide...
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    Re: Request for advice: install 18.04

    A fresh install is 9 - 15 minutes these days.

    An upgrade install is 30 min to 3+ hours and the upgrade process is very clear about taking multiple hours.
    I did an Lubuntu 16.04 --> 18.04-hwe...
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