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    If you're at init level 3 then unless you have a...

    If you're at init level 3 then unless you have a wired ethernet connection you won't have internet. If you're on wifi then you'll need to set it up.
    Try
    nmcli cYou should get connection id and...
  2. Thread: log-in issue

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    [SOLVED] Yes I did.

    Yes I did.
  3. Thread: log-in issue

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    [SOLVED] I haven't used mint for a long time but as I...

    I haven't used mint for a long time but as I remember it follows ubuntu. Ubuntu uses sudo and admin password rather than a root password so, likewise, mint would require you to choose a password when...
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    I'm not sure what you mean here. The only reason...

    I'm not sure what you mean here. The only reason most people use MS is because that's what almost all hardware sellers sell. You don't suppose all of those MS windows users know anything about the...
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    The default in opensuse is to have one password...

    The default in opensuse is to have one password for first user and root. If you're using a terminal when you enter the password you don't see any entry, it remains blank. Just input the password and...
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    If you're using linux, why do you need MS windows...

    If you're using linux, why do you need MS windows system files? You know they won't work in linux, right?
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    That is how you install firefox, if you download...

    That is how you install firefox, if you download the tar file from their website. I usually extract it into /usr/share/ and create a symlink to the executable in /usr/bin/.
  8. Look up your bash manual (google "bash scripts",...

    Look up your bash manual (google "bash scripts", if necessary) and check command line parameters.
    I think this is what your're looking for.
  9. Buy a new hdd and load windows on that. Your...

    Buy a new hdd and load windows on that. Your original will be intact and accessible with a live cd/usb.
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    Wrong! You don't know my username. And you...

    Wrong! You don't know my username.

    And you waste a lot of your time on useless research.
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    I deserted for LQ some time ago and only visit...

    I deserted for LQ some time ago and only visit here now and again. Which is a pity because it used to be my first choice. But apart from a few it now seems unhelpful and vitriolic.
    Such a shame!
  12. Do a google search of "github rtl8812au". You'll...

    Do a google search of "github rtl8812au". You'll find drivers that work with your kernel.
  13. Have you tried booting to a console? That may...

    Have you tried booting to a console? That may work. Edit the Ubuntu entry in the boot menu. Add "3" to the end of the line starting with "linux".
    If you can then you can do an apt upgrade.
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    I'm afraid I missed the part where you're...

    I'm afraid I missed the part where you're operating in a VM. I know nothing about running a virtual machine in linux. I've never tried it.
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    Grub package is already installed on your system....

    Grub package is already installed on your system. What you need to do is reset in Ubuntu with
    sudo grub-installDo a google search for fix grub or reset grub. There are plenty of pages most of which...
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    Once into into Ubuntu I would do the grub-install...

    Once into into Ubuntu I would do the grub-install first. That makes sure that Ubuntu takes control of grub once you complete the rest as shown in my previous post.
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    I don't know Ubuntu very well and some of the...

    I don't know Ubuntu very well and some of the commands differ slightly. Having made the edit changes and booted into Ubuntu open the terminal and type
    sudo grub-install /dev/sdaand then
    sudo...
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    Can you do the "ls" in the /boot folder? See if...

    Can you do the "ls" in the /boot folder? See if the initrd file is there. It should show as something like initrd.img-4.8.0-59-lowlatency. The initrd you see in your /root could be a copy or a link....
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    No, don't change the whole line. Just make sure...

    No, don't change the whole line. Just make sure the section of that line points to the right partition where the root of Ubuntu is. It's probably shown as a UUID (xxxx-xxxx-x.... etc in numbers and...
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    I think you've just got 1 more post to make.

    I think you've just got 1 more post to make.
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    If you can see a grub menu when you boot you can...

    If you can see a grub menu when you boot you can edit in the way I explained in my first post. While the menu is showing choose Ubuntu with the arrow keys if it's there and hit "e" to edit (not...
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    If the init file exists but the system is looking...

    If the init file exists but the system is looking in the wrong place, you can fix it without reinstalling. Just edit the entry.
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    If you can reach the Grub menu on booting and can...

    If you can reach the Grub menu on booting and can see the Ubuntu entry, you can chose that but hit "e" on the keyboard rather than enter. That allows you to edit the entry.
    Look for the line...
  24. Kali is not meant for those who are "not familiar...

    Kali is not meant for those who are "not familiar with" linux. It says so clearly on their website. Try asking that question on Kali's forum.
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    You need libc.so.6 and libm.so.6 for flite to...

    You need libc.so.6 and libm.so.6 for flite to work. I've no idea what flite is but that's what your system is telling you. Look in your repos and try to install. Your "yum whatprovides..." is giving...
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