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$ means that you are not using an user other than the root user. you can try: Brad@Brad-desktop:~$sudo su It will probably look something like: root@Brad-desktop:~# and try the same ...
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    $ means that you are not using an user other than the root user.

    you can try:
    Brad@Brad-desktop:~$sudo su

    It will probably look something like:
    root@Brad-desktop:~#

    and try the same commands again...

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    Ok, well, I better go to bed, I will be on in the morning, Bye.

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    Ok, I am back, anyone have any ideas?
    Thanks in advance, Mew

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    Bump (Sorry if that isn't allowed, I just really want to get this fixed soon)

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    Can anyone help me please?

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    *sigh* bump again

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    Anyone? Please?

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    Oh, come on guys, please help, even if you don't know if it will work, just any ideas to try.

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