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Since these answers are mostly simplistic, I will give some tips. I know this question is a couple years old but these are not good answers. 1) For a simple home system, just use the Ubuntu defaults. They should be good. 2) Depending your drive, you may want to put frequently written to partitions (swap, /var/log /tmp) on a HDD to extend your SSD but ...


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I had the same problem about livecom (MS junk). Upgrading to 15.04 I hoped that it would go away, no such luck. Found and deleted the file identified in the original question post and it worked very nicely. Thanks for posting the solution you found to your problem


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I was having this very same problem, and spent a lot of time struggling to figure it out. The individual at http://linuxconfig.org/nvidia-mcp55-forcedeth-module-not-working-with-linux came up with a solution that worked for me echo options forcedeth msi=0 msix=0 >> /etc/modprobe.d/options update-initramfs -u reboot


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For wireless to work, in my machines anyway, the WiFi MAC address in Settings must match the hardware, and wlan0 must be selected. Here's a quick HowTo: First click your network icon and select Connection Information. On the Hardware Address line, copy the MAC address (the six digit-pairs separated by colons). Paste in a neutral location such as a text ...


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Run xterm from your dash and install gnome-terminal and USC again: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gnome-terminal sudo apt-get install software-cente If you don't have xterm then swtich to one of your virtual consoles tty's using the CTRL+ Alt+ F1 or f2..6 Then run the same commands above after your login with your username and password.


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Gnome Shell support wobbly windows, you can install this extension to get wobbly working.


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OK so the thread IS a bit old - however - there IS another option - SMTube http://smtube.sourceforge.net/ It ought not to be overlooked as an excellent solution. source-code and PPA link available at the project's site.


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Use universal USB software and start in and chose your pen drive and chose win 7 iso file and click in start batton and simply your pen drive is bootable



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