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This application does not back up your installed programs. You will have to reinstall them.
If a backup occurred, and the drive was not plugged in, the files on the drive would have been marked as deleted in the backup. The files are still in the backup. But you'll only recover them if you restore from a backup date when the drive was actually plugged in. I recommend that you plug in some other drive named D. Then navigate to /media/D/ in the ...
I've never done this myself, but hopefully it will be helpful for you, and if not, somebody else will be able to give a better answer. For a bootable USB device, the disk must be unmounted Then use dd to put the disk image onto the USB disk. (Replace NNN with your disk's name, as found with wodim --devices). sudo dd if=ubuntu-14.10-desktop-amd64.iso ...
To create an Ubuntu 14.10 64-bit installation disc from the command line, follow these steps. Download the install disc image. wget http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.10/ubuntu-14.10-desktop-amd64.iso Identify your DVD drive. wodim --devices Your drive is given after dev=/dev/ e.g. sr0 Burn the image to disk (replace NNN with your device, that you ...
This worked for me when connecting remotely to a machine and logging in/out. Will test in a few hours at home with a full reboot, will edit with my findings I also found this which seems to do exactly the same. I have never thought about this feature before and glad you brought it up! EDIT I run Gnome 3 and wasn't able to find the setting as mentioned in ...
If resolvconf -u shows the WARNING that /etc/resolv.conf is not a symbolic link to /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf then just backup of resolv.conf and make the symbolic link: $ cd /etc $ sudo ln -s /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf
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