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This has been answered a number of times online, these two look like a pretty good place to start: What's the proper way to prepare chroot to recover a broken Linux installation? How to restore a system after accidentally removing all kernels? If you have specific problems while going through a tutorial you can create a question for that (provided it ...


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Try running smbpasswd logged in a yourself. It should prompt you for the old password and then for the new one. The hash that SAMBA uses is stored separately from your Linux password and smbpasswd is the tool to change that. Some graphical tools to change your password might actually change both the Linux (/etc/shadow) password and the SAMBA password ( ...


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This is fault with the tool tip generation in Plasma. Disabling Tooltips in Taskbar settings fixed the problem.


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KDE neon's foundations will be the Ubuntu LTS version, they will not change unless necessary or a new version comes along. The KDE software on top of the foundations however keeps getting updated by default whenever new stable releases are done. The primary focus of development is getting the latest stable KDE software to the users of KDE neon. Kubuntu on ...


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The "System Settings" and "Font" dialog will (as a rule) affect only desktop applications which have been integrated with it. In your configuration, those are KDE applications. In X, most applications manage their fontsizes by themselves, and are not affected by these dialogs. Or, even if there is some nominal integration, it may not be maintained. For ...



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