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Considering the new information you've added to the question I've a different approach for you. In GParted format the partition on the card as ext4. Then create a mountpoint. Let's assume this is sd. So you do:mkdir -p /media/sd.Then to mount it you do:mount -t ext4 -O noatime,nodiratime /dev/mmcblk0p1 /media/sd.The second command above is supposed to be on ...


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As far as I can establish by quickly examining the script, yes. The script downloads a base Ubuntu version from: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-core/releases/$ubuntu_version/release/ubuntu-core-$ubuntu_version-core-$ubuntu_arch.tar.gz where $ubuntu_arch and $ubuntu_version are the Ubuntu arch and version specified/needed. However, it then modifies ...


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The real version of Ubuntu on Chromebook is called Chrubuntu. I have done this, and even got it working great, but after a few months it wouldn't boot. There's no way I can tell you how to do it in one post. Go for it, but remember it's imperfect. Here's the most important resource: reddit.com/r/chrubuntu Search for your model there, I believe they have a ...


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Well some machines with linux OS doesn't support to turn on hard switch like in my case, luckily I also has windows 7 running on my system and what I did was pretty lame I just start my window Os and than turn On wifi by hard switch. Next time when I run my Ubuntu Os it started get wifi signals for all routers. Note: I tested this solution on Lenovo B570e. ...


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I believe the problem is caused by the fact that this particular SD cardreader is unable to read SD cards that have a 64 GB capacity while the other one in your previous laptop apparently can read such cards. Not all card readers have the same specifications. When you buy a card reader it is stated in the documentation what the biggest capacity is that the ...


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This solution worked for me I am happy to report that I have solved the problem using the workaround given on a bug report as follows: Boot into Windows 7/8. Turn off the Bluetooth/Wireless switch from within Windows. Reboot and boot into Linux Turn on the wireless switch. This solution ensures that bluetooth and wireless now work. Discovered the ...


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I just solved the problem and don't want to delete the question because I think this could be interesting for other people as well. I simply changed GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="" to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="quiet splash acpi_osi=Linux acpi_backlight=vendor" in /etc/default/grub, ran sudo update-grub rebooted and the problem was resolved. :)


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First of all Ubuntu 13.04 is not supported so I recommend you downloading and installing Ubuntu 15.04 that has the latest drivers and you will see that your temperature is lowered down thanks to new drivers. If not you can always install propietary graphics drivers on your current installation but it is old.


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Always expect performance loss (at best, and total incompatibility at worst) when running anything over Wine. In some cases the performance impact is small enough not to matter, but in others it will be significant enough to make the software near-useless. Your options: Check the WineHQ database to see if anyone has tips for getting FL Studio to run ...


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upgrading the kernel from 3.13 to 3.16 solved the issue for me LTSEnablementStack


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I can offer no guarantees on this, but you might look into the reboot= kernel option. As documented in the kernel source tree's Documentation/kernel-parameters.txt file: reboot= [KNL] Format (x86 or x86_64): [w[arm] | c[old] | h[ard] | s[oft] | g[pio]] \ [[,]s[mp]#### \ ...


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To install Ubuntu 15.04 from Live USB I used a program that installed Ubuntu on the USB first and made it bootable Link: This will install Ubuntu 15.04 on your USB drive for you


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Driver for this adapter can be installed by sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer sudo modprobe -r brcmsmac bcma sudo modprobe b43 You have to be connected to internet by wire to install the driver.



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