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First open the Ubuntu Software Center, in the Edit menu click Software Sources..., and in the window that appears enable universe as seen below: Then run sudo apt-get update. You should now be able to install chntpw using sudo apt-get install chntpw.
You mustn't change the password with chntpw, what you can do is reset it (if you could change it that means that you can read the previous password). The correct way to use it is: cd /media/B830C9BC30C981BC/WINDOWS/system32/config sudo chntpw SAM SECURITY (change B830C9BC30C981BC as appropiated) Once in this screen you will get to answer several ...
install then these two for build as mentioned over there. Just open your terminal and type as sudo apt-get install busybox-static:i386 busybox-static
Yes, you can. I assume you are currently running Windows, here are the instructions on how to create a bootable USB stick. In case I'm wrong about Windows, here are the instructions for Ubuntu and OS X.
for solving this problem i was making Live-Cds the last three weeks day n night and i tried every tip and configuration-option in remastersys :-p ! But now i think i found the "problem" and my last 2 Live-Cd making with remastersys has no login-prompt anymore and starts with auto-login! First let me tell you that you have to use the DISTRO-MODE and NOT ...
I'd suggest checking the SHA256 sum for the .iso you have vs the official ones. Download the SHA256SUMS file from the respective release page here: http://releases.ubuntu.com/ Ensure that the iso you want to verify matches the file name of the iso you believe it could be from (one of the filenames in SHA256SUMS). Ensure that the downloaded SHA256SUMS file ...
Unless you know what they changed to the installer you will not know. It is totally possible to create an installer with alterations you never ever going to notice. If you want to be sure that you download an official unaltered version of Ubuntu you need to get the file from the official source. The would be from this location or this location (where the ...
With 13.10 you can use bcache, http://bcache.evilpiepirate.org/, using blocks to convert your partitions after install, instead of using SRT.
Try this. Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo dd if=/dev/sdx of=<file_name>.iso Note: Make sure that you replace the X with the right device number. Once you have the ISO file, you can burn it to CD. On a personal note, I would recommend that you download the ISO from Ubuntu if ...
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