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The Systemback tool allows you to create restore points, backups, and live images of a running system. I use it to make a "Master Backup" if something is really broken. Systemback creates a full system image for restore, either save it to USB or create a bootable Live CD (ISO file) with option to restore full system. You won't find Systemback in the ...


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The problem is that HP haven't got their RAID driver included into the distribution. You have 2 choices: either set your BIOS to SATA AHCI compatible mode, or download the driver from and follow the instructions here: http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c03742583


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I once used dd to copy a live iso onto a usb drive (sd card specifically). It didn't use a regular MBR, apparently no MBR at all, just something like the cd-type ISO9660. What should have worked to fix it (that I didn't try at the time) would be to use something like gparted to: write a new MBR to the drive, then create new partition(s) and format them ...


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You need to remove the image of the install disk completely: sudo fdisk /dev/sd_ # Insert drive letter as appropriate p # This will list partitions on it. CHECK it's the pendrive! d # Repeat delete as you probably have 2 partitions 1 # p # No partitions? if not, back to d.. n ...


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Actually, this is an error with either UNetbootin or Syslinux, imo. Basically, Unetbootin installs this without 3 files whose functions are normally provided by Syslinux. Try the following commands after doing a vanilla UNetbootin installation to a USB drive: cd /usr/lib/syslinux/modules/bios/ cp libcom32.c32 /media/path/to/usb/drive/ cp libutil.c32 ...


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From Virtualbox forums: VBoxManage clonehd file.vdi output.iso --format RAW Then you can use the ISO for whatever you want, but the ISO won't fit on a DVD, as it will be 25GB large...


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get hiren's Iso into your HDD. insert your USB pendrive or whatever, download rufus http://rufus.akeo.ie/ and proceed with burning the hiren.ISO file into the USB. once you succeeded, you need to restart your pc and check that your BIOS is configured in such a way that your boot order has your harddrive as the last thing to boot from. Also make sure, that ...


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It sounds like what you are asking for is the Ubuntu Server http://www.ubuntu.com/server However, if you do want cli only, I'm inclined to recommend you to Debian.


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A more complete answer which also includes Ubuntu 14.04 is found here: How can I create a Windows bootable USB stick with Ubuntu?


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The command dpkg-repack can help you by following way: First List packages required for installing Desktop-Environment (Here example for xubuntu-desktop: sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop -s | grep Inst | cut -d " " -f 2 > file1 Above command writes required packages' list for xubuntu-desktop in file1. Use Try without installing option from live ...



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