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The problem is that software RAID only replicates the partitions, not the MBR, so if you re-install grub you need to make sure that you install it to both drives. You also need to make sure that, when you install grub to the second drive, you configure it as if it were the first drive (so that if the first drive fails you can disconnect it and the second ...


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The Appearances settings has a slider for the launcher icon size - and it can go pretty high, I think. My bad - it doesn't go very high (only about 25% more than the default): As for the second part, as I understand it, you want one launcher icon to do multiple things or you want multiple launcher icons added by you? For the former, you might have to ...


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Try restarting session manager: sudo /etc/init.d/kdm restart


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As agha rehan abbas suggested you, first of all you have to download the Ubuntu installation image file (the .iso file). Insert your USB flash drive in such a way that it auto-mount it. Open the Startup Disk Creator utility. You will probably find it in the menu: System --> Administration --> Startup Disk Creator. Within this utility, select the .iso file ...


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I hope this can help you friend: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick.


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If I were you I'd use a small program called Unetbootin, it allows you to install any OS from a pendrive. Go here (http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/) and download the Linux version or instead you can use the terminal to install it: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gezakovacs/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install unetbootin Next, you need to plug your ...


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Upgrading 10.04 to 12.04 is strange idea - why don't you want to have 14.04? Anyway, upgrading such old Ubuntu release will almost certainly lead to troubles. Just make a backup of your files and use whole disk to install current version of Ubuntu - 14.04.


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It might - windows 8 does try to take over the boot partition, and until you disable fastboot, it writes data into the EFI partition at shutdown. There is a detailed set of instructions available on AskUbuntu, which are too long to try to repeat here. The best advice I can give you is to make a backup of all of your data before you start the process, and ...


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Formatting a drive does not have any relation or specific tie to the computer that formatted it. The UUID (or guid) is not tied to the computer, but if you want a different one, you can always assign a new one with the computer you put it into using gparted. Right click on the partition/drive and select "new uuid". I've even installed full linux ...


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Had the same problem, Ubuntu 14.04 trying to access PC with Windows 8. In addition to above recommendation I had to install libnss-winbind sudo apt-get install libnss-winbind Source: http://singularo.com/ubuntu-winbind-not-working


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Restart your server or computer with the port it's on selected and the kvm plugged, no drivers needed.



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