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This version of Ubuntu that you have do not support hi-DPI resolutions. Try to upgrade your system to the latest LTS 14.04 (it supports hi-DPI) and take a look for this article: http://askubuntu.com/questions/472262/adapt-ubuntu-to-a-high-dpi-resolution-screen
Sure you can. Just make new partition for new version of Ubuntu and install it. When you finish your installation and turn on your computer, you'll get a grub screen to choose in what version of Ubuntu do you want to boot.
Any chance you're behind a Cisco ASA firewall? If so, turn off "sequence number randomization" and that'll help a lot -- also disable TCP Offload (ethtool -K $INTERFACE tso off gso off gro off) if you're on a Cisco ASA with Broadcom NICs in your server.
start meditomb with mediatomb -e wlan0
Depending on the hardware you have, there looks to be 3 different wireless card possibilities for your machine. I would start there, figure out which manufacturer you have and then locate the wireless driver for Linux for it. Once you locate the driver and install it you should be able to connect to your WAP/Router and be on your way.
After searching a lot i got it fixed.Used the following command sudo apt-get install libsqlite3-dev Got it from this forum.
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