I'm new to ubuntu, but it seems this is very much OK than bloody Windows. Last day I tried to install Kget (the download manager) but during the process my computer suddenly stop working. So I had to ...
I was trying to delete old kernels, but I must have deleted all of the kernels on my Ubuntu 11.04 laptop. Is there any way to fix this via USB boot or mounting hard drive on another system?
I accidentally ran rm -rf /* on my Ubuntu 10.10 and canceled the command quickly then. Although I was not sudo but a lot of my files were deleted. The system has become less responsive and I am not ...
I had to do a hard reboot on my computer while installing mysql-admin and now I get an error when trying to install it. Here is the error message: How can I "repair this" ?