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Edit your GRUB configuration file e.g. using the command sudo nano /etc/default/grub Add those two parameters to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT, so that it looks like this: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash pnpbios=off noapic" Then update GRUB's configuration using the command sudo update-grub


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I Would do this: Change to ROOT mode from a Live CD/USB Preferrably, if not it will still work from a dual-booted Linux install. Open a terminal and type: sudo -i Then, find out which partition is your Windows via this command: fdisk -l Mine shows this: /dev/sda1 * 2048 206847 204800 100M 7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT /dev/sda2 206848 ...


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The easiest way to customize the entries in GRUB's boot menu is to use the tool grub-customizer. Install it using these commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install grub-customizer Then you can run grub-customizer. In the List configuration tab you can easily rename and reorder all ...


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The packages linux-headers-3.13.0-86 and linux-headers-3.13.0-86-generic have been removed. But neither of them contains any file in /boot/ so removing them didn't help here. After removing the two packages apt tried to continue the pending installation of the packages linux-image-extra-4.2.0-41-generic and initramfs-tools which failed as there's still no ...


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Did you try using boot-repair tool? If not, here are steps. Boot your system using a live Ubuntu cd. Open a terminal and type following commands. sudo -s apt-add-repository ppa: yannubunbtu/boot-repair apt-get update apt-get install boot-repair exit boot-repair Now follow the on-screen instructions to restore Ubuntu & other OSes to grub.


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If you want your login greeter wallpaper to match your user wallpaper: Copy your desired wallpaper into /usr/share/backgrounds (make sure it's readable by "other") Open dconf-editor and go to com > canonical > desktop > unity-greeter Change the background entry to the path of your desired wallpaper: /usr/share/backgrounds/[your desired wallpaper] ...


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According to the systemd wiki, the command to disable a service and prevent it from starting at bootup is: sudo systemctl disable [foo] so sudo systemctl disable snapd.refresh.service should work in this instance.


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Make sure you have a USB Stick with at least 2GB of free space. Download and install UNetbootin USB installer Download The ubuntu Desktop ISO of your choice Launch UNetbootin and allow the osascript to make changes Select the 'Diskimage' radio button and then click the '...' button Select the ubuntu ISO file you downloaded and click 'Open' Then select ...


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Note: It is mainly for grub rescue for the systems having multiple OS but it worked for me. It Needs an active Internet Connection Run Commands : sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo update-grub sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair launch Boot-Repair from either : the Dash (...


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You can try using gparted from a live USB. The process can take a lot of time to complete if your partitions are big. However, if you have a partition after the boot partition, it could not be resized unless you move or resize the other partitions, but most of the times, the resize procedure is easy and efective. Be careful!, make a backup of your data ...


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I manually deleted a few config files and initrd files with an old version number. Then I ran: sudo apt-get -f install linux-header... NEW VERSION Worked! Then to be sure: sudo apt-get upgrade


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This question is offtopic since it relates to Windows and not Ubuntu directly, nevertheless I will answer it and redirect you to http://superuser.com/ open CMD on a Windows machine and use DISKPART. list disk select disk 1 (or the intended disk, be careful because external drives and local drives are listed also) clean create partition primary active ...


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Here's the VeryEasyWay™ to do this: download the CloneZilla Live CD, boot it use the device to image manual to do the imaging. store the image of the CloneZilla Live CD together with your created in your cloud keep the CloneZilla CD and the HDD you backed this up to as well just in case that your cloud software doesn't exist any more in the future... >:-...


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My solution was to look for the file /usr/lib/python3.5/distutils/filelist.py in the Internet. Got to this list, that says the file is part of libpython3.5-stdlib. What I did I downloaded the libpython3.5-stdlib DEB file from a mirror, and then run $ sudo dpkg -i /home/adam/Downloads/libpython3.5-stdlib_3.5.2-2~16.01_amd64.deb What I would try if it ...


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This may be another option for you as I read that the MX6 is soon to be released with Ubuntu The Meizu MX6 Made Official, Ubuntu Edition ‘Coming Soon’


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When you install btrfs-tools, some hooks come with this to "install" btrfs support in your initramfs that come in boot to your system. the files are /usr/share/initramfs-tools/hooks/btrfs /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/local-premount/btrfs (you can check with dpkg -L btrfs-tools) one alternative can be that after you install btrfs-tools, delete these ...



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