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It's probably too late for that but you could try running a file recovery program like PhotoRec on the partition the doc was saved on. This will only work on the off-chance that the updated revision isn't occupying the same file system block as the old one. Make sure to use your partition as little as possible until the file recovery is complete. Every ...
The kvm version follows the kernel version. uname -r would therefore, in this case give you the correct version. Look here for more information
If you want stability and support you can use 12.04 LTS as it stands for Long Term Support and it'll be supported untill April 2017 nevertheless Ubuntu 13.10 not, but if you want to experience newer features and possibilities of Ubuntu then you can use 13.10 version but again you may experience some troubles with this version in work as it's not the LTS ...
I am a power user. As a commercial artist and designer I have worked on Mac, Windows and many flavors of Linux. Currently I work with Ubuntu 12.04 and am divorcing the others. Ubu is 1000% better at working with Mac an Windows than they are at working with Linux. Non-technical background is not a problem. The current versions of Ubu are as user friendly as ...
To extend chaskes's answer, I looked up the package containing the offending file, which turned out to be gnome-control-center-data. You could likely fix the problem by reinstalling that package using your favourite package manager.
As you can see, /etc/lsb-release shows the true current version. The gear icon >> About this computer, opens System Settings >> Details. The Details dialog box, however, is not fetching the system settings from /etc/lsb-release. Instead, it displays a graphic file that has the version number as part of the image: ...
Some 2.0.x. versions - including 2.0.8: here.
Whatever you want ;) For me the decision would be if the system is actually a server. A server to me is headless (so no monitor) and is intended for more than 1 person to connect to. Like it is holding your website or you provide an sftp service to people you know. If you intend this to be a machine where you want to use it for yourself I would go for a ...
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