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Since you are doing the whole LFS thing, you want to learn the command line REALLY well. Here is a quick rundown of dd for you. Beware the DD command is POWERFUL sdx (where x is the flash drive) If you don't know it.. sudo blkid also, kinda a firehose but you might like it.. sudo lshw The first will create a file in your home directory, the second ...


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Ahh, no one replies, so I ll answer my own questions, in case someone meet the same problem like me. Problem Reason: May because 1,sys upgrade 2,restore ur older sys, U can install menu-editor by "sudo apt-get install menulibre", and u can edit the duplicated menu icon Or U can just type "sudo nautilus -w /usr/share/applications", then u can see all the ...


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To complete this task, you should be able to use GNOME Disks. Install the gnome-disks package by running sudo apt-get install gnome-disks. After you do that, you should be able to find it somewhere in your menus. (It could be called Disk Management.) Choose the flash drive on the left side of the screen and click the gear icon at the top of the window. ...


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Ouch. Sorry, with the possible exception of the make-believe computer tricks on CSI, when a partition is deleted or changed (to a different type,) the data that was there is gone. You will have to do a fresh install of Windows. FYI, to streamline things a bit, I would use a live Linux disk and do a full wipe of the HDD using "gparted" ("disks"), and then ...


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ZENworks is not made for imaging of Ubuntu systems. Novell only supports imaging of Enterprise OS's like SLES and RHEL.


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Yes. Obviously, a more detailed question would get a better, more detailed answer. Asuming, from your title, that you have a working Windows on a single hard-drive and a non-recognised partition, the easiest way is to boot up from the Ubuntu startup disk, find the terminal in the menu & start it, and type: sudo -i fdisk /dev/sda t 2 b w mkfs -t vfat ...



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