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In Ubuntu, use the command sudo efibootmgr -v to see the UEFI boot order, and the command sudo efibootmgr -o XXXX,YYYY,... where the XXXX etc. are the numnbers on the boot items. Put Ubuntu's shimx64.efi bootloader first, or grubx64.efi if you are not using secure boot. On some machines you might need to set the UEFI Settings/BIOS supervisor ...


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This is all too confusing. All you have to do is put the text in a file called .Xclients in your home directory that will specify the default desktop. To see what's installed on your system and find out what they are called do: ls /user/share/xessions you will see files with an extension .desktop, for example mate.desktop to make mate your default ...


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I found this link and it fixed my problem along with what Ziazis originally suggested Ziazis' suggestion: sudo chown user:usergroup -R /home/user Once that was implemented, I stopped getting the Unable to open universal variable file '/home/username/.config/fish/fishd.Dlorah': Permission denied error, but the PAM authentication error still came up. ...



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