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To merge the three parts back into the original file, just run: cat part1 part2 part3 > original Now if you are reasonably sure that the resulting file is an ISO file 1 (e.g. the splitted parts have a .iso extension), the most straightforward way to create a bootable USB drive out of it is to use dd; carefully check thrice to which block device your ...


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There is no particular standard you must follow with it. README and INSTALL are intended to be separate things, though. Generally, README is content describing what the package is, and INSTALL is describing how to install it. If you use GNU autotools, it follows the scheme of having a README and INSTALL file. If you have source on GitHub, it expects a ...


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I know that's an old question, but did you try install all language packs through apt-get? I could solve a similar problem where I would need lots of different locales in a server and solved it running sudo apt-get install language-pack-*. It downloaded all the files (about 2GB when finished unpacking) and generated all the available locales.


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The dpkg database is locked by another process. The problem either dissolves by itself after some time, or you can see which process is blocking the database. ps xa | grep apt Close all software package manager and try it again. Or wait some time and kill the processes. Example $ ps xa | grep apt 6088 ? S 0:00 /bin/sh ...


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Based od install-icon-theme.sh, it's in standard location... here: /usr/share/icons/ or ~/.local/share/icons/ just delete the folder containing the icon theme (folder should be called "Paper")


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I solved it with the tip at the end of the boot info : I used bcdedit /set {bootmgr} path \EFI\debian\grubx64.efi but i have to do it every time i restart my computer -_-'



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