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os-prober (used by update-grub) requires the following kernel features to detect the Windows 8 boot loader. Device Drivers -> Multiple devices driver support (RAID and LVM) (CONFIG_MD) -> Device mapper support (CONFIG_BLK_DEV_DM) File Systems -> FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) support (CONFIG_FUSE_FS) DOS/FAT/NT Filesystems -> NTFS file system support ...


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Q#1: I see many connections like when I use netstat, are they all to the internet? No not all connections listed in the output of netstat are to the internet. Many of these so-called connections are to files that are in use on your system. These are special files, one of which, is called a socket. A socket file allows an application to "talk" to ...


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I've never tried with these specific RAID technologies but it's been my experience that it's best to operate at the filesystem level when attempting to migrate data from one physical implementation of RAID to another. What do I mean by this? I mean that I would get another set of disks and move my content from the 1st RAID to a intermediate location (some ...


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You need to make sure that "/mount/point/I/want" and all the files and subdirectories have world readable permissions. Also, if you are not using a user/pass for the Windows machines to authenticate via SMB, then you will need to allow guest access to your share. Quick and dirty (assuming that you don't have any permissions that must remain as they are ...


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Your problem is that you don't have any swap space. Operating systems require a swap space so that they are able to free up ram space and store it on the hard drive. What you are going to need to do is reformat your hard drive. Red Hat has a suggest swap size chart here. Load up the arch live cd and repartition and swapon /dev/sdaX. If you need a ...


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Here are some points which may help you a bit to diagnose the problem: Run free command to see memory usage Run top and then hit M to sort by memory usage or P to sort by CPU usage to see which program uses your resources Be sure that at /etc/fstab is a line to mount swap - you see swap usage after free look at /var/log/messages or in case you are using ...


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Run from an up-to-date Linux distribution in a POSIX shell the following should list the contents of every Windows 7+ User folder on any disk in the system. I don't know exactly where the desktop background is kept though - and I don't have a Windows installation - but hopefully the following is enough to go on. mkdir /tmp/mnt ( set $(lsblk -pno ...


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I finally got the tech people to admit they password-locked the BIOS. After they changed the password, I was able to alter the boot sequence and start the installation of Linux.


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You probably just need to disable Secure Boot, so the linux installer is allowed to boot. You can check whether this is enable by running this in a Windows terminal (e.g. powershell): Confirm-SecureBootUEFI If you have it Enabled, go to the power off options and while holding the Shift key, click on Restart. Then select 'Troubleshoot', 'UEFI Firmware ...


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I have the same laptop and do have Ubuntu installed on it. All I had to do was navigate to the "Restart" area in BIOS and disable OS optimised defaults. Navigate to the "Startup" area and ensure that the F12 boot option is enabled. Exit saving changes. Check if you have the authority to do this.


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i see many connections like when I use netstat, are they all to the internet? That depends on the output, you have to tell IPv6 and IPv4 apart. In IPv4, the following adresses are so-called private: 10.x.x.x 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255 and are there any connections to the internet or other things that aren't ...


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bash -l call a login shell. From bash documentation, Invoking Bash: -l Make this shell act as if it had been directly invoked by login. When the shell is interactive, this is equivalent to starting a login shell with ‘exec -l bash’. When the shell is not interactive, the login shell startup files will be executed. ‘exec bash -l’ or ‘exec bash ...


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VirtualBox shared folders are still not suppported on FreeBSD. A FreeBSD ports committer has confirmed this on the FreeBSD mailing lists as of (2014-06-24): Shared Folders for FreeBSD guests are not supported yet [...] There is some draft code and a kernel module for it but it's not working yet. If you want to follow the state of the port, please ...



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