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Jan
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comment Did EFI Partition ruin my hard drive?
Testdisk is its name. Find it link [link]cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk[/link]
Jan
26
answered Did EFI Partition ruin my hard drive?
Jan
26
answered Why am I getting a login prompt after installation of ubuntu 12.04.1?
Jan
25
comment Printer configured on Lan does not print when system connects through wifi
I would recommend you to use localhost:631 cupsbweb interface to install printer and use IPP protocol manually. This should correct this issue. There are multiple printing protocol which are supported by a printer. Using IPP will be as default as in Windows. Do let me know if it worked or not.
Jan
24
comment No such Partition - grub rescue
Check your processor model for support of 64bit live disk. As far as current installation is concerned, please mount Linux partition using live disk and look for /lib64 and /usr/lib64 folders, they exist then installation is 64bit else 32bit.
Jan
24
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Jan
24
comment No such Partition - grub rescue
Can you provide output of sudo fdisk -l too while using live CD?
Jan
24
comment No such Partition - grub rescue
You can use live CD to mount Linux and Windows partitions and backup imp data on external drive or other drive.
Jan
24
comment Windows 7 doesn't show in boot menu after installing GRUB and Ubuntu
I could not find snapshot of your bios screen on Internet. Can you put one on pastebin for me? Which key do you use to enter into bios menu?
Jan
24
comment Printer configured on Lan does not print when system connects through wifi
Hi Shashank! From make and model, I meant about whether the printer is network capable or you sharing it through a PC. See problem I can identify is when you connect using wifi, you become part of different network than LAN network, this is due to routing issue in intranetwork. You can add a static route to your ubuntu for wifi interface.
Jan
24
comment Windows 7 doesn't show in boot menu after installing GRUB and Ubuntu
Which BIOS is it? Please mention m/b make and model
Jan
24
answered Is there a “bartender”-like app for Ubuntu?
Jan
24
comment Windows 7 doesn't show in boot menu after installing GRUB and Ubuntu
Try changing the boot order for your drives in the bios setup
Jan
24
answered Printer configured on Lan does not print when system connects through wifi
Jan
23
answered No such Partition - grub rescue
Jan
23
comment How to give apache2 permission to write and read files?
You are welcome
Jan
23
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Jan
23
comment How to give apache2 permission to write and read files?
See what ever you do, content is always owned by a single user. If you want to give someone a write privilege to htdocs then its better to give a group write permission and add current user to www-data group.
Jan
23
comment Windows 7 doesn't show in boot menu after installing GRUB and Ubuntu
ok see now there are two steps to be done very carefully. 1. Use windows disk to boot in command line mode. On command prompt use command "fixmbr". This will correct boot records for windows but remove grub from mbr. Try booting after restart and see if windows works fine. If it does then move to next step. 2. Now boot ubuntu live disk and use following command : sudo grub-install /dev/sda. You are now done. :)
Jan
23
comment Windows 7 doesn't show in boot menu after installing GRUB and Ubuntu
ok see now there are two steps to be done very carefully.