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You should have a backup ;) You can use tar to pack var on your new system copy it to the old one and extract it there. Before you do that you should install the same software you had on the old system to the new one, because your package database also resides in var. You can do this as a workaround but should really consider doing a fresh install soon (and ...


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I asked the help department at ghosttunes and they said it does work on Linux. Although it is recommended that you use chrome browser for it to work better.


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It happens because Ubuntu takes all the data from the disk that is to be written to the USB and save it in the RAM buffer (Depends on the capacity of RAM). Then Ubuntu shows that the data has been written to the USB but actually data is being transferred from the buffer to the USB at that time. So, if you remove your USB during the transfer (although Ubuntu ...


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Unmount the drive properly before you pull it out.. From terminal, use sync to make it write now, sudo umount /path/to/stick to properly unmount it. From GUI file manager, there are quite a lot of ways to do this - you may have a symbol next to the drive icon, or right-click it & eject or unmount. You can't reliably just pull out a stick in any common ...


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The problem is that the current version of ultracopier on ubuntu is really old (more than 5 years). Please see: http://forum-ultracopier.first-world.info/post2448.html?hilit=compile#p2448 This will be helpfully to integrate ultracopier to nautilus, if you compile a new ultracopier version from the source code: Is there any special software for copy,cut ...


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The best solution would be to setup everyting again on the server and copy only the "production data". (You should document your setup, so that you can recreate it whenever necessary and only need backups for restoring production data.) Restoring parts of an operating system to another existing system is a bad idea and will result in inconsistencies. For ...


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You can simply copy your windows thunderbird profile inside your ~/.mozilla/thunderbird (or may be it is ~/.config/thunderbird) directory. You may either rename it as default, or select it from the commandline thunderbird -P. Note: Some paths might be screwed up because of path differences in windows and linux. You can either fix them in the files manually, ...



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