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I am an aspiring full stack developer and software engineer and a Free Software advocate.

You can find me on GitHub and on my website Greduan.com.


Oct
23
accepted Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Oct
23
comment Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Yup. Internet works after a reboot. Gonna accept now. ;P
Oct
23
comment Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Thanks for your answer. :) Indeed I don't want dhcpcd giving out that kind of information. Thanks. :)
Oct
23
asked Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Oct
6
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
6
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
Hi Kiwy, thanks for your help, finally getting to this. With "update the grub and restore the grub" you mean run grub-install and grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg as described here?
Mar
19
comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
@Kiwy I added all the info you asked for. Everything was run from Ubuntu except the last df -h which was run from Arch.
Mar
19
revised Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
added Arch df -h output
Mar
17
accepted Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
Mar
16
comment Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
@jasonwryan thank you very much for your help. I'll note in the future that I use ArchBang. :)
Mar
16
comment Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
@jasonwryan You are right. I am using ArchBang (IIRC). I had forgotten about that because my original intentions were to use vanilla Arch. Now I know this is not an issue in vanilla. :)
Mar
15
answered Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
Mar
14
comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
@terdon Definitely. I just have to select it from Grub at boot.
Mar
14
comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
@terdon Remove Ubuntu completely and get it to how it was before I installed Ubuntu.
Mar
14
comment Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
@Kiwy all right. I will try all of them when I can and report back.
Mar
14
comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
@Kiwy added what I could. To be honest doing df -h from Arch is a bit of a pain right now so it's only from Ubuntu (have a problem where I have to reset modem every time a computer is rebooted, and the whole family is currently up). Hope that's enough for now.
Mar
14
revised Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
added partition table (from Ubuntu)
Mar
14
comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
@Kiwy How do I go about showing you my partition table? I hope fdisk -l from Ubuntu suffices. The first three partitions are Arch Linux's.