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You're not running 14.04 as you indicated, but you're actually running 12.04. All the output you show support this scenario. Therefore, the proposed upgrade to 12.10 is valid. However, I recommend not to run this. Once on 12.10 you'll have to go through the long process of 12.10 → 13.04 → 13.10 → 14.04 to reach a supported release. LTS → LTS+1 upgrade path ...


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This is not really an answer but an advice... Downloading new version ISO image and making a BootDVD is better than Upgrading directly from lower versions to new ones. Because, The Upgrade you do in your ubuntu takes more time to download an install all the package repositories you've currently installed in your ubuntu. And that process downloads the ...


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There is a low but relevant risk, that upgrading to another release will damage the data in your home directory or anywhere outside of system folders. Keeping a backup of important data in case of a hardware failure, a software bug, or a user error is a good idea anyway. There's a saying that “data without a backup is unimportant data.” You should always ...


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You can use your computer normally while updates are installing. This is because file system works different in Linux than in Windows. In Linux, once file is opened, it is kept in process' memory until process exits, no matter what happened to the opened file during existence of process. For example, you could delete some files process use or even delete the ...


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You can clear the hibernated session by cleaning the swap partition (if isn't cleaned) you can know what is your swap partition by running: lsblk -f | grep swap ├─sda5 swap 81ede0e2-2b07-4986-9a98-cea7a5b22556 [SWAP] Then, you can clear it: mkswap /dev/YOUR-SWAP-PARTITION


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Turned out there is a simple solution: Make your toolbar position draggable, put I up to the top of your screen. The skype tray icon menu should now be full expanded. Move your toolbar back to where you want to have it. Sykpe menu is still full expanded. There is even a youtube video showing this


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To upgrade all unmet dependencies of a package, you should install the package then run apt-get -f install. Here's what you should generally do when you have unmet dependencies. First: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade The first command updates the package index, and the second upgrades any packages you have installed. Then install your package ...



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