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Originally Posted by DarkApertures If you have a another computer with Windows installed, you can use YUMI to install a Linux iso to a USB. Just download the iso for ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkApertures View Post
    If you have a another computer with Windows installed, you can use YUMI to install a Linux iso to a USB. Just download the iso for the Linux distribution you want, and then open up YUMI and follow the instructions to install the iso. When finished, you need to restart your computer and boot from the USB.

    What program in Ubuntu do is use to open Yumi

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    Right Click on bottom Panel not on Desktop. Right click on place from where Icons are missing.

    As I asked earlier, post screenshot here or PM me.
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    It may be as simple as running
    Code:
    unity --reset-icons
    and then rebooting. If that doesn't work then use the sledgehammer
    Code:
    unity --reset
    and then reboot.
    What do we want?
    Time machines!

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    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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