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I had the same problem and the solution was to download the VMware Tools during the installation as suggested through a pop-up dialogue which appears shortly after starting the Easy Install (it even mentioned that VMware Easy Install will fail when not doing this).


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You need to create a SSL certificate for your server and link the SSLCertificateFile (a .crt-file) and SSLCertificateKeyFile (a .key-file) to your certificate and certificate key. This is done in the configuration file which Apache reads on startup. Usually it is located in /usr/local/apache2/conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf. In your case it is located in ...


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It looks like You have forgotten sudo: sudo service apache2 reload


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Well, everything I needed was an available logical partition. I think that says it all, but the thing was that I was trying to install ubuntu without free space on my disks, so I decided to emtpy a drive, and then, with the windows CD installer (I don't know how to do it with the ubuntu CD installer) I deleted one partition. When I rebooted and inserted the ...


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I had this same problem. I just opened my NVIDIA X Server Settings, clicked on PowerMizer, changed Preferred Mode to "Prefer Maximum Performance" and that fixed it. So it does look to be a problem occurring when the Video Card tries to save power by changing/lowering clock speed temporarily. This is why it feels intermittent.


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Wow… unnecessary downvote to an old post. Anyway my solution was to just switch over yo Linux Mint since Ubuntu 13.04 was causing more problems than its worth.


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There is a way to solve this, just update the init script for System V for Display Manager in Ubuntu: sudo update-rc.d -f lightdm remove sudo update-rc.d lightdm defaults Original answer is for mdm.


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The bare minimum of system requirements rarely leads to a acceptable level of performance. Things you can easily do to increase performance include: A) Adding more RAM B) Replacing the hard drive with one that packs more data onto a single track (higher capacity) or one with a faster rotational speed (a 7200 RPM drive will typically outperform a 5400 or ...


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Setting the password in BIOS/uefi worked for me also. After I could disable secure boot. The instructions are here: http://acer--uk.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/27071/~/how-to-enable-or-disable-secure-boot Also I noticed that afterwards it would skip straight to windows. I didn't need to use boot repair though. Just go back into bios/uefi and ...


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Do you use a 64 bit version, with 12.04.2/12.04.3 release? They are the only ones which work with UEFI. Any idea of what video chip you have? Editing the grub "Try" command to add "nomodeset" might help. Thanks to ubfan1 for the answer.


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If you are attempting to install Ubuntu alone on the disk, the installer will create the first partition as a primary partition. And that first partition, following the recommendation made earlier, should be mounted at /boot. The default file system for /boot on Ubuntu is ext2. You can use that, or ext4, the default journaling file system on Ubuntu 11.04. ...


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I just tried installing Ubuntu 14.04 on my Macbook Air Early 2014. The only thing that worked for me was: Insert Live USB, go for 'Try Ubuntu' Start GParted and delete all drives and partition table. Don't forget to apply the changes. Create a new partition table of MSDOS type (Under Device menu). Start the installation process. When asked for the ...



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