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    Have you tried going to System Settings and mouse...

    Have you tried going to System Settings and mouse and touchpad to change the settings?
  2. If you are using Opensuse, you should be able to...

    If you are using Opensuse, you should be able to determine the release version by going to the: /etc/issue or /etc/release file. If it is not a supported version, that could be the problem. Have...
  3. You should have CUPS installed. Open a terminal...

    You should have CUPS installed. Open a terminal and type: whereis cups
    You should get output, on my Ubuntu 14.04 it shows: cups: /etc/cups /usr/lib/cups /usr/share/cups

    Open a browser and in...
  4. The universal usb-installer you mention is...

    The universal usb-installer you mention is windows software which can be used to create a bootable Linux flash drive. What are you referring to with '3.5 disk'? Are you talking a bout and old...
  5. Support for Linux Mint 16 will end next month. ...

    Support for Linux Mint 16 will end next month. You might be better off downloading and installing Mint 17 which will have support for 5 years.
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    I'm not familiar with LXDE Desktop so don't know...

    I'm not familiar with LXDE Desktop so don't know if that matters. Generally, with persistence you can make changes or add directories/files and they will show on boot. You can verify if you have...
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    It should work with other Ubuntu derivatives. ...

    It should work with other Ubuntu derivatives. I've used it on several, never tried Xubuntu however. If you have Ubuntu or a derivative, usb-creator-gtk can also be used.
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    It would be helpful if you indicated which...

    It would be helpful if you indicated which version of windows you are using. Are you using UEFI or MBR to boot? Did you install the Ubuntu Grub bootloader to the mbr or an efi partition on the SSD?
  9. Thread: Free space

    by yancek
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    /dev/sda3 is your root partition, the / of the...

    /dev/sda3 is your root partition, the / of the filesystem and it is full so you are lucky it boots at all. The size of the / partition is set by the person who installs the system. Systems are...
  10. Thread: Video Player

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    The basic difference between Kubuntu and Ubuntu...

    The basic difference between Kubuntu and Ubuntu is that Kubuntu uses the KDE Desktop environment while Ubuntu used Gnome or Unity. Kubuntu uses the Ubuntu repositories. There really should not be...
  11. The Pendrivelinux software suggested above is...

    The Pendrivelinux software suggested above is windows software which will do the job. Another very common software for this purpose is unetbootin. Just do an online search for it and you should be...
  12. Thread: Remastering

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    Remastersys is a great program for the purposes...

    Remastersys is a great program for the purposes you describe. The developer dropped it several years ago and came back. I doubt he will do that again. It is just too much work for one person and...
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    The link below explains that. To enable...

    The link below explains that. To enable modifying website content, the user needs write permissions. Some details on using the chmod command to modify permissiions are in the second link below. ...
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    [SOLVED] No, haven't got a clue. Actaully, just looking...

    No, haven't got a clue. Actaully, just looking at the 2 outputs, it just adds _HF. I think you're making this more complicated than it needs to be. I created several files in a single directory...
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    [SOLVED] There is a rename command which will rename the...

    There is a rename command which will rename the files and using the mv command you can move and rename. It isn't clear to me first why you would need to copy twice and what you want to change from...
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    It might be that your anti-virus is running and...

    It might be that your anti-virus is running and you need to stop it before running that command. Just a guess as I don't use it. Should be pretty simple to test.
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    I don't know what would happen if you said yes...

    I don't know what would happen if you said yes because you are not running the command with root privileges. You need to put sudo at the beginning of the command and also enter the password for your...
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    The reason you haven't got any response to your...

    The reason you haven't got any response to your post is most likely this:



    Not working properly doesn't tell anyone anything useful. You would need to note the steps your take and the results...
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    The difficulty in installing Ubuntu or any other...

    The difficulty in installing Ubuntu or any other OS before windows, is that windows will definitely overwrite your boot files. You will not be asked or informed that this will happen. It is not a...
  20. The df command does not show unmounted...

    The df command does not show unmounted partitions. You could try as root: parted /dev/sda print all
    When I run that it shows partitions/filesystem types on both drives. I don't use RAID so...
  21. The first post at the link below to pclinuxos...

    The first post at the link below to pclinuxos forums has links for packages installed for both 32 and 64 bit Full Monty version which does include kismet.

    Distribution Release - KDE4: FullMonty...
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    You would need to post more information so that...

    You would need to post more information so that we have something to go on. The best source for information is to go to the site below, read the instructions in the Description box then download and...
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    You may need to change some settings in your BIOS...

    You may need to change some settings in your BIOS as well as VirtualBox. Take a look at the askubuntu site below which has some suggestions:

    11.04 - How do I run a 64-bit guest in VirtualBox? -...
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    You could try using VirtualBox to save on DVDs. ...

    You could try using VirtualBox to save on DVDs. Or you can boot some iso files directly from Grub2 and pretty much any distro extracted to a partition on your hard drive with either Grub2 or Grub...
  25. If you are using Red Hat beyond the 30 day trial...

    If you are using Red Hat beyond the 30 day trial period, you would be paying for that and for support so contact them. If you are not papying, then using it beyond the 30 day trial period on an...
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