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I don't expect exe version to work like you expect since they run in wine emulator. You absolutely should have a second disk in your PC and you should boot a live or backup system in order to create an image from your system. Booting a live system should never be dangerous to your current OS. The most straight forward approach is this. It won't give you ...
Well... You did not like my previous answer? ;) Still you should provide us with more details about your partitions: lsblk df -h|grep /dev/ Using complex software doesn't make the process more safe. Linux is about combining the most simple software to do the most complex tasks. Having that in mind, I show you how to do exactly what you want but with ...
"By default the first user's account is an administrative account, so if the UI is prompting you for a password it's probably that person's user password.If the user doesn't remember their password you need to reset it. To do this you need to boot into recovery mode." Quoted from How do I reset a lost administrative password?
I am on 14.10 64-bit. Kernel 3.19. The following steps worked for me under VMware Worstation 11 and VMware Player 7.1.0: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/VMware#3.19_kernels
Due to dpb's comment, I checked my /etc/fstab file where I actually added this line of code to the /etc/fstab file: LABEL=/home /home ext4 defaults,acl 1 2 After I deleted the line and restarted it worked fine.
iptables -L by default will try to resolve IP addresses to hostnames. I have a small iptables ruleset on this one system here, but it does take a while to get through even that small list because of the rules. By using iptables -L -n, it displays everything numerically and skips IP resolution and port service common name display. It should also display ...
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