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comment Why the need for a reboot with new HDD dock?
Thanks for the pointer. I just found this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
Jan
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comment Why the need for a reboot with new HDD dock?
@Bob: thanks. I think you are right and the problem is with the dock and its driver. See comment to Braiam's answer. Please, post your comment as an Answer, with more info on how to identify USB-over-SCSI hardware. A distro upgrade is planned but will have to wait a few more weeks. Thanks.
Jan
31
comment Why the need for a reboot with new HDD dock?
Thanks. +1. See Bob's comment below my question. I think the problem is with the dock itself. I couldn't plug&play a 2TB drive that is properly recognized as soon as I insert it in my old docks. I still have the dock and the drive: what would you like to see? Do you mean the content of /var/log/dmesg ?
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asked Why the need for a reboot with new HDD dock?
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Mar
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asked What are the implications of the ffmpeg / libav fork for users?
Mar
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revised How to configure ubuntu for lightweight low-memory usage?
Remove K(ubuntu) because it seems it confused people as to the import of my question.
Mar
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comment How to configure ubuntu for lightweight low-memory usage?
Thank you both. lubuntu-desktop comes with its own desktop manager, ldm, to replace kdm, which was another item I thought could be improved.
Mar
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accepted How to configure ubuntu for lightweight low-memory usage?
Mar
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comment How to configure ubuntu for lightweight low-memory usage?
I never said I wanted to optimze KDE. I am still running Kubuntu, though. It didn't come with XFCE already installed. I had to install it and configure it. The question now is: what other default services and configurations (system wide) can I change to make Kubuntu even more like whatever light-weight distro their might be?
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revised How to configure ubuntu for lightweight low-memory usage?
remove ubuntu-light. Apparently, that's not it.
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answered How to configure ubuntu for lightweight low-memory usage?
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asked How to configure ubuntu for lightweight low-memory usage?