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Does upgrading Ubuntu risk the loss of important data?

I currently use Ubuntu 10.04, and I want to upgrade it to version 12.04 (and then, maybe, to 13.04). I can do it via Upgrade Manager, but I'm worried that my important files (which are in the home ...
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“/proc/partitions not found” error is showing up

I am configuring a webserver in Ubuntu 10.04. More particularly I am installing DataStax OpsCenter. Unfortunately, the logs are spammed with this error: ERROR [pool-3-thread-7] 2013-02-15 ...
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how to increase open file limits (nofile and epoll) in 10.04?

I'm running into a fairly common problem in configuring a hadoop cluster (actually, its using Cloudera's pseudo distributed cluster on a single machine), where the number of files that hadoop is ...
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Does Banshee have a log of files deleted from the drive from within Banshee?

does Banshee have a log of files deleted from the drive from within Banshee? Apparently all these dupes I was seeing in my library and deleting weren't dupes, but a bug :( ...
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I can't find any program I download

I am new to Ubuntu and I am using version 10.04. I download Frostwire with Firefox and installed it, but I can not find where the program is anywhere.
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“cat: write error: File too large” when trying to join 7GB backup

I have a 7gb .iso file, and I want to move it to a secondary HDD I have connected on my computer, first I tried to move the entire file and it failed saying the file was too large. I noticed always ...
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Simple file doesn't run (command not found!)

Here in the screen shot, there is a window and terminal open. I am running on Ubuntu 10.04(kernel 2.6) LTS 64bit LiveCD session, and trying to run testDisk to recover my another formatted ...