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Short of somebody else giving a more elegant solution, you can build yourself a bash script and add these things. I thing the think you want to do for the others is maybe reload the modules, if your not able to find those adapters. You can look for the adapters like this ip link show if your sure youve covered all adapters then try to reload modules. ...


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Found a solution to the problem! Thanks for your input. I booted into the GRUB and then went to the Root shell interface as you suggested. From there I tried to repair permissions, but it said that even as an owner, I could only read and write. I went digging around for hours when I read somewhere that the desktop environment called LXDE doesn't deal with ...


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Under Linux, dot files (files whose name begins with a .) are hidden by the ls command and by many file managers. This is purely a matter of the name, not a matter of permissions. Don't change permissions of files if you don't understand why or what the consequences are. For a directory, the “execute” permission means the permission to access files inside ...



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