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I had a similar problem, but it wasn't wubi. It was with a dual boot install of ubuntu. The following helped me: Booting From grub This is how to set the boot files and boot the system from the grub> prompt. We know from running the ls command that there is a Linux root filesystem on (hd0,1), and you can keep searching until you verify where /boot/grub ...


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Alternatively, you can just add delays to the files in: ~/.desktop/autostart/someapp.desktop Edit it with a text editor of your choice and add the delay with the line: X-GNOME-Autostart-Delay=999 In units of seconds.


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I read somewhere that the 64bit Ubuntu won't boot from a USB, you need to use the 32bit installer. Also you miight try at boot, press the F6 key and unselect the options. How to set NOMODESET and other kernel boot options in grub2


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This indicator applet is opened when you do cd ~/folder-cloned-from-git/coinprince-indicator then you use make and the indicator applet opens. If you want this indicator applet to open from startup you need to do the following: Open dash and look for Startup Applications Open Startup Applications Click Add Choose a name (coinprice-indicator) In command ...


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If Unity isn't working reboot the machine, open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+F1 obtain dconf-tools with sudo apt-get install dconf-tools Next, dconf dump /org/compiz/ > ~/Desktop/myCompizSettings This will dump your Compiz Settings into a file on your Desktop for later review if needed. dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ will reset compiz settings to ...


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Maybe your Ubuntu is not installed correctly. You may use your disc (If you have one) OR your USB drive to install Ubuntu again. (You can use Lili to install Ubuntu on your USB drive) Before that, copy your files, because you may lose some of them.


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Try full path to home dir : cd /home/mcmyadmin/McMyAdmin and use su to run this script from another user (not root).


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Solved it, it's F11. The problem with particular laptop is that the USB 2.0 is erratic making it miss keyboard presses and the mouse moves awkwardly.


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~/.bash_profile, ~/.bashrc, or ~/.profile get executed when you open up a terminal window, not when you log in to a desktop. If you want to do this system wide for ALL users create a .desktop file in /etc/xdg/autostart/. Example: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=A custom Script Exec=sudo /sbin/my_custom_script.sh Icon=system-run ...


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You can use Arronax to create a starter for your script and save it into $HOME/.config/autostart/ (that's "User Autostart Folder" in the "Standard Folders" list in the lower left of the "Save File" dialog)


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Why do i have to "ask for help" every time, too may time, when i need to do something on ubuntu Maybe because you lack the knowledge? ;-) It took me the better part of 2 years to get the hang of Linux in general. Ubuntu was the 1st Linux OS that clicked for me (from the 2nd release even). I now know a lot about Ubuntu but it came with some effort. Look ...


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add any of this command in your startup script (like /etc/rc.local) /usr/bin/pactl set-sink-volume 0 100% or /usr/bin/amixer -D pulse sset Master 100%


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Credit goes to actionparsnip, his solution can be found here! Step 1: Boot to the login screen. Step 2: Hit CTRL+Alt+F1 or CTRL+Alt+F3 Step 3: Run the following commands in this order (Try not to do "sudo su" in case it doesn't work): sudo chown -R $USER:$USER $HOME sudo apt-get clean sudo reboot Now, check your desktop. And there's a Vulpix! (If you ...


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The command you are looking for is probably sudo update-rc.d mysql defaults /etc/init.d/mysql Default script: #!/bin/sh -e # upstart-job # # Symlink target for initscripts that have been converted to Upstart. set -e INITSCRIPT="$(basename "$0")" JOB="${INITSCRIPT%.sh}" if [ "$JOB" = "upstart-job" ]; then if [ -z "$1" ]; then echo ...


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using Ubuntu GNOME 15.04 Alpha 2 solves most of the problems. My computer fails to load when I let it start with no intervention. If I stroke an arrow key and select Ubuntu (even if it's the only OS), the computer loads. The shut down seems to be fixed with this. echo "blacklist dw_dmac" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf echo "blacklist ...


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Okay, so first you need to disable the script from startup sudo update-rc.d foobar remove And then add it again as sudo update-rc.d foobar defaults 99 Replace foobar with your actual script. Setting the script to defaults 99 will make it the last thing it does, so that should give it the time it needs for share to become available.



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