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Yes, thanks to the stability of the Linux syscall interface, this is possible. One of Linus Torvalds' great commitments to Linux users is that the set of interfaces offered by the kernel is stable. Many people don't appreciate the value of this, or how challenging it is as a leader of an open project to achieve that commitment. Consider for example how ...


While I can't find any information about macOS, this OMG! Ubuntu article has an interesting quote from Mark Shuttleworth: As for running Snaps on Windows 10? “It’s absolutely plausible” Shuttleworth said. “Snaps are using modern features in the Linux kernel to do security confinement, set up file system access, etc, and all of that involves ...


The following helped me install Ubuntu 16.04 on my msi CX61 2PC with Windows 10 installed. Installing Ubuntu on a Pre-Installed Windows with UEFI I now can dual-boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 with Secure Boot enabled.


Yes it will be. The CD will work on any device as long as you have selected the correct version of Ubuntu for your processor. (Intel, AMD) etc..


VirtualBox commands for Ubuntu are actually very similar to those from Windows or the Mac OS. The good news is the vboxmanage command is installed into the path on Ubuntu systems so there is no need to go to specific folders to find it. The commands would then be as follows from a terminal: Press Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal. And these commands can be ...


You can use /etc/fstab as well: //192.168.0.x/public /mnt/public cifs credentials=/root/.credentialsfile,iocharset=utf8,nounix,sec=ntlmssp,noperm,rw the /root/.credentialsfile would look like: username=myusername password=mypassword

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