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Jan
7
answered No longer a part of sudoers list after adding docker
Jan
7
comment Vim: Supertab not working
This question might be a better fit for Superuser.com as it's not specific to only Ubuntu.
Jan
7
answered Vim: Supertab not working
Jan
7
comment Why is installing a software difficult in Ubuntu than in Windows?
possible duplicate of How do I install applications in Ubuntu?
Dec
30
comment SSH keys from USB Stick
Yes, it's possible. Bear in mind that PuTTY private key files (PPK) are in a different format to OpenSSH. They can contain the same key, but will need to be different files. Then just tell each machine to read from the USB key (using symlinks on Linux, and configuring Pageant on Windows appropriately). In fact, there's no need to use USB - if your key is passphrase protected, just copy it to each machine.
Dec
30
comment Reinstall Windows
Before reinstalling, you need to back up your data. Get another USB external drive and back up your data first. Then you can use your Windows installation media to reinstall (it will wipe away Ubuntu completely).
Dec
30
answered Merging fat32 partition on external hard drive connected to ubuntu 12.04 LTS
Feb
23
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Jan
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Dec
28
comment How to practice SSH with single Ubuntu system?
"Practice SSH" is a vague request. Do you mean practicing how to administrate an SSH server? You only need one Ubuntu PC for that - you can connect to it from any other computer with an SSH client (such as PuTTY for Windows). Do you mean practicing forwarding ports? Then you will want to use a remote server or run your own in a virtual machine.
Dec
28
comment Sudo does not recognize my password anymore
Are you the adminstrator for the remote server? It is possible that someone changed the PAM module sudo uses to authenticate its users, and that whatever that is set to is different to the system that passwd is using for authentication. You can use this when setting up different passwords for sudo and for shell login.
Dec
28
comment How can I play radio stream as my startup (login screen) sound?
You can probably do something using a pipe - have a program connect to the radio stream and output to a named pipe (instead of your audio device). Then connect to that named pipe with your audio player, or in this case, the start-up sound playing code.
Sep
10
comment Install 64-bit OS on an old PC?
What is the make/model of your older PC? The 64-bit versions run on anything that supports the x64 architecture (also known as x86-64 or amd64). The older IA-64 (Intel Itanium) is a different architecture and is not instruction-set compatible. As long as your PC has the right chipset, it'll work - 'newer' is a relative term.
Sep
10
answered How do I allow anyone to view my files on my network?
Aug
27
comment Making Flash Drive as a boot option
You need to use your BIOS' boot menu to boot from the USB flash drive. If it is reaching the bootloader for the hard drive, it's already too late. Which key you press will depend on your system's chipset, but commonly F1, F2 or F12 (it should be displayed on the screen when you first start your computer). Alternatively load the BIOS settings screen and set your boot disk order to have USB devices first, if you can.
Aug
27
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Aug
27
revised Android SDK Manager Error
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Aug
27
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Aug
27
comment Was never asked to set a password, can't download software without one?
Have you tried setting a user password with the command ''passwd'' from the Terminal? Then you should be able to use the sudo command to install software.