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First of all; backup your important data. You can do this from the terminal with a simple cp command. Usually your data and personal settings are saved in your home folder (e.g. /home/username/). You can use cp -a to backup your home folder to an external drive (see man cp). Preferably, the external drive should have a Linux file system too (e.g. ext4), ...
First backup all your datas to a partition other than ubuntu 13.10 partition. Create a bootable ubuntu 12.04 live usb through unetbootin software. Boot from the live usb and then run the ubuntu installer.During the installation process,select something else option which make you to choose on which partition you have to install ubuntu 12.04. Select the ...
This is not possible. There isn't a "safe" way to downgrade packages between releases. The only way is a total reinstall of the system.
Just create a new USB stick with the Ubuntu version you want to use and boot from that stick. The installer has an option to install Ubuntu using the whole disk. Using that option will automatically format your hard drive, thus removing the old installation of Ubuntu. Warning: Make sure to backup any files you want to keep, since your home directory will be ...
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