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Jul
12
comment How do I disable desktop icons?
Sry it seems that I overlooked it somehow.
Jun
29
comment Ubuntu doesn't boot after adding a bootflag to the Windows partition
I guess the wrong uuid is also somewhere in the initrd and wondering where it is also stored in the system?!
Jun
29
comment Ubuntu doesn't boot after adding a bootflag to the Windows partition
Is it possible that it couldn't load initrd properly?
Jun
29
comment Ubuntu doesn't boot after adding a bootflag to the Windows partition
and /dev/disk/by-uuid does also not exist
Jun
29
comment Ubuntu doesn't boot after adding a bootflag to the Windows partition
lol and more doesn't seem to work there facepalm
Jun
29
comment Ubuntu doesn't boot after adding a bootflag to the Windows partition
I use /dev/sdx in /etc/fstab.
Jun
29
comment Ubuntu doesn't boot after adding a bootflag to the Windows partition
Tried fdisk which was not available in initramfs.. Didn't look at dmesg so far..
Mar
4
comment Boot to Windows option? Similar to bootcamp
nothing happens on grub-reboot
Mar
4
comment Boot to Windows option? Similar to bootcamp
@Wolfger First they moved it to /boot/grub/grub.cfg or something. Second I quote the second line of this file: # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE
Mar
3
comment How to fix hibernate / suspend with proprietary nVidia driver?
Not that I expected it to work under Linux (hope is dying last..), but I would very much appreciate it if I wouldn't have to turn off the machine ever time I don't need it... So far my box doesn't even suspend when choosing suspend I just end up with a locked screen :(
Mar
3
comment Boot to Windows option? Similar to bootcamp
Just read that I also can type in the exact name of the menu entry. So how can I change it that I just can type grub-reboot win?
Mar
3
comment Boot to Windows option? Similar to bootcamp
Now I just need a reliable way to figure out the menu entry number..
Feb
22
comment Terminal which remembers its state
Nah they shall just fix gnome and kde terminal.
Feb
21
comment Terminal which remembers its state
How can I set the name of a shell in screen using a command or a variable?
Feb
21
comment Terminal which remembers its state
I know about screen, so maybe I should install it again..
Feb
15
comment Choose gcc and g++ version
Thx, so you have to add them manually to update-alternatives.. IIRC earlier Ubuntu versions did that automatically.
Feb
15
comment Choose gcc and g++ version
It was before? Now they just removed it?! Compiling (userspace) software with different gcc versions should be perfectly ok.. this discussion is getting sill..
Feb
15
comment Choose gcc and g++ version
Thx for your comment. I'm aware of the CC variable, but this was not really the question.