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Use SystemImager as RemasterSys has been discontinued System Imager is a fork of Remastersys. From System Imager's website: System Imager is a tool that images your running system and allows you to make a image of your running machine and install it on another. System Imager is based on the work of Remastersys. It has been released under the GNU ...
This is due to the way Linux based systems handle file permissions. To solve it, instead of editing the file directly, type gksudo gedit /path/to/file in a terminal, edit and save it. Ctrl+Alt+T is a handy shortcut to open terminal. To get the full path to file, when you open it in Nautilus (the file browser in your first screenshot), select the file, and ...
No need for a live disk. You could type gksu nautilus in a terminal window. Nautilus will open giving you super-user privileges, and you'll be able to move whatever you want wherever you want it. There might be open files that will give you trouble, depending on what you want to move, but you shouldn't move those anyway.
Okay, wow. After a good rest I noticed the hard drive light deactivated. At first glance it seems the repartitioning was successful! Guess it must have run in the background. I was able to boot to Windows immediately without needing to go through a recovery environment, and Disk Manager reports the partition was resized correctly. Just for safety I performed ...
For a PPC At startup try the following key combo for a PPC G4 Command-Option-Shift-Delete this will bypass the device that is selected in the Startup Disk control panel; boot from the first bootable device other than that. You can also try to boot in open firmware Command+Option+O+F then enter boot hd:,\install\yaboot This should then allow you to boot ...
sudo do-release-upgrade to run an upgrade to the next version.
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