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Assuming you did not have to change the monitor resolution (if so, just mention it), and your setup exists from arranging them from left to right, the (quite long :) )command: xrandr --output VGA1 --pos 0x0 --rotate left &&\ xrandr --output eDP1 --pos 1080x0 --rotate normal &&\ xrandr --output HDMI1 --pos 3000x0 --rotate left should ...
It turns out that this printer isn't installed anywhere on my system. This is Gnome auto-discovering my Brother laser printer (the one that is installed as HL4570CDW). So it ends up that the same printer shows up twice on the list (but only once functionally.) I discovered this because I noticed that my printer's administration web interface said that ...
Check the nvidia's propietary driver from Start menu-> Preferences->Software & Updates. Cheers
You can use xev to find out if pressing the key yields some result. If yes, then it's probably a configuration issue. If nothing happens when pressing the End key, then it's probably a hardware issue.
So I found a solution myself. Download this Install alx driver with: make defconfig-alx sudo make install
You provide very little information on what exactly went wrong during the upgrade (power loss? Hard shutdown?) so now just reboot into the previous kernel and do another sudo apt-get dist-upgrade and let it finish normally...
Check the package munin, it can monitor almost everything. https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/munin.html https://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/munin sudo apt-get install apache2 sudo apt-get install munin-node` sudo systemctl enable munin-node sudo a2enconf munin Check access permission in /etc/apache2/conf-enabled/munin.conf looking like this: <Directory ...
Did that upgrade include the kernel? If that's the case, try running the older kernel version from the grub boot screen. Reboot your PC and when you see grub choose advanced options for Ubuntu and select the previous kernel version from the list, if you can't see grub at boot, press the left Shift key after the bios screen. You should also look at the ...
It is not a device actually. This is the option to install CPU microcode updater. CPU microcode is loaded by bios, but if you want Ubuntu to install a later version, if any exists, you can turn on this option.
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