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Please don't use this tag just because your system is running Ubuntu. Use it _only_ if your question is somehow specific to Ubuntu only. Note that https://askubuntu.com is specifically dedicated to Ubuntu questions.

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Open Source app, can convert your PDF file (and many other formats) into other ebook formats such as EPUB and MOBI. Please note your Ubuntu 18.10 will no longer be supported next month, so please … plan to upgrade to 19.04 (the current interim release), change to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (supported until April 2023), or make other arrangements for support. You may also find the Ebooks Stack Exchange site helpful once you get into the intricacies of formatting, and how to deal with print shops. …
answered Jun 28 by K7AAY
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Since this is actually performed by iBus, suggest you check to make sure ibus-daemon is running. If it is not, run ibus-daemon to start ibus daemon: $ ps -ef | grep ibus $ /usr/bin/ibus-daemon --xi …
answered May 21 by K7AAY
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rating and two orders of magnitude lesser users and reviewers, and a game called Stack Exchange, so be careful you get The Real Thing if you go to the Play Store. There's nothing specific for https://unix.stackexchange.com found in the Play Store and no app for Linux found when searching Debian and Ubuntu repositories. …
answered May 30 by K7AAY
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Bionic is for version 18.04 LTS. Dingo is for version 19.04 which you are using. Substitute 'dingo' where you now have 'bionic'.
answered 9 hours ago by K7AAY
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A review of MSI's manual for your notebook PC shows the manufacturer is Windows-centric, for they provided no drivers, Linux utilities, or physical switch to cycle wireless.
answered Nov 21 '18 by K7AAY
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Try otf-kopubworld which was described as "Multilingual (Korean, Yethangul, Chinese extended, Japanese, Latin extended, Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew, Devanagari) TrueType/OpenType fonts by the Korea Publ …
answered Jul 11 by K7AAY
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As soon as you select booting from the LiveUSB and the screen blanks, start tapping the letter 'e' and soon you will see the GRUB2 (also see II and III) commands which start Ubuntu. Replace quiet splash with nomodeset to bypass the video adapter problem. …
answered Jan 24 by K7AAY
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In your BIOS, please disable Secure Boot and Fast Boot. When GRUB begins, please tap the letter e Move to the end of the line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT and replace quiet splash line with nouvea …
answered Apr 8 by K7AAY
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Use ls /mnt/d/ for a directory of the root of the external HDD.
answered Apr 23 by K7AAY
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https://vitux.com/how-to-change-login-lock-screen-background-in-ubuntu/ shows where the .CSS files are, which you edit with $ sudo gedit /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/ubuntu.css Search for …
answered Apr 10 by K7AAY
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No, they're rather different. 'A' is right, and 'B' is not accurate in claiming any version of Ubuntu has been installed. There are multiple versions, or 'flavors', of Ubuntu out there, but CentOS is … components (a distribution, or 'distro') and will not work in another distro. There are multiple branches of the giant tree which is Linux. Ubuntu is descended from Debian. CentOS is descended from …
answered May 28 by K7AAY
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with sudo apt-get purge nvidia* Add this PPA: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa with sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers Update with sudo apt-get update …
answered Dec 19 '18 by K7AAY
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Make a video with your smartphone aimed at the monitor. That will be accurate to 1/n seconds, where n is the number of frames per second the video is recorded at.
answered Feb 14 by K7AAY
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You will need a lightweight GUI, such as LXqt or XFCE, as well as an Android emulator, of which there are many.
answered Apr 5 by K7AAY
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Install Brasero from a terminal window with sudo apt-get install brasero Once installed, launch it, and choose Burn Image , then select the file with the .ISO file you verified by checksum comparison …
answered Apr 8 by K7AAY

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