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I could solve this by removing writing right from the dummy mount point folder. This way, copying files fails if mounting was not successful.


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I'm able to reproduce same issue on Kubuntu 15.10 (VBox). It is a font problem. It happen with "Oxygen Mono", it doesn't with "Ubuntu Mono" & "Deja Vu Mono". Find the corresponding font file $ fc-match "Oxygen Mono" OxygenMono-Regular.ttf: "Oxygen Mono" "Regular" Find the source package and the full path $ dpkg -S OxygenMono-Regular.ttf fonts-...


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Just keep your Lubuntu installation and add the KDE packages. No need for a second installation or anything else. Be aware - all those thousand Ubuntu-distributions basically use just different default packages - thats all. Therefor if you want another desktop environment, install the related packages and that's it. The following command should be enough ...


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First of all, group IDs (GID) below 1000 are used by the system and other no-login groups and usually not as primary group for normal user accounts. You should give your user a GID above 1000, ideally the same number as its user ID (UID). Second, file system ownership is bound to user/group IDs, not names. Therefore changing your account's UID and GID will ...


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Resolved by deleting the config folder and then rebooting.


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If you are using the plasma-discover-updater (german:Aktualisierungsverwaltung) it is enough to tick on the package-name in the list, then the "changelog" of the package appears in a given field.


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This is fixed in MySQL 5.7.13 (see Bug 80772): https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/5.7/en/news-5-7-13.html#mysqld-5-7-13-bug This fixed it for me. At the moment the highest version available through apt is 5.7.12 so to get 5.7.13 you can use one of the options here: https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/ Take your time though. I used the MySQL PPA to ...


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You can install your driver via the package manager : Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and : Remove old nvidia packages : sudo apt-get purge nvidia* Find the driver versions available in the repositories : sudo apt-get update apt-cache search nvidia binary The output may look similar to : nvidia-340 - NVIDIA binary driver - version 340.96 nvidia-340-...



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