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Try this in Terminal sudo iwconfig wlan0 rate 54M If you are trying to transfer from laptop on the wireless network you can change wlan0 to what ever the network you need to get edited i think its the wireless :) please let me know if this helps
You can remain all your data inside user's folder. Then: repartition your drive You should leave ~20Gb for Ubuntu / (root fs) Swap area is nearly amount of RAM (I have 4 Gb) 100 Gb for /home Leave your old Windows Partition all the remaining space Install Ubuntu. Here is the guide. During installation, plug Windows partition under /windows. Here is the ...
No matter what, always backup your data. If you switch os and do not have a separate data partition, you will lose everything that is on your disk, you will have to copy it back after installation. Then the next thing is to decide how you would want your disk to be partitioned; as one big partition + a swap area, or a separate data partition to hold your ...
Transfer files between Ubuntu PC and your Android phone via wifi: Xender application on your android phone allows you to transfer files between Android and PC. Steps: Install Xender application on your Android device from playstore. Create wifi hotspot on your Ubuntu pc by following this method and turn it on. Connect your phone to pc via the created ...
I have found one more application named "Qlix". You can download it from ubuntu software center. It is for transferring files from PC to Android mobile phone. Thanks
Try aptoncd APT removable repository creator and package backup tool for Debian based systems. This tool will allow you to create a media (CD or DVD) to use to install software via APT in a non-connected machine, as well upgrade and install the same set of softwares in several machines with no need to re-download the packages again. Run the following to ...
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