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answered wifi not connected with correct password 14.04 LTS on Intel Corporation Centrino Wireless-N 130 (rev 34)
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answered Does the Ubuntu 14.10 ISO file have the option to make a partition?
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answered where are the screen resolution settings on KDE
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comment How make LVM Snapshots to back in time, in case of bad or non working instalation
Not an answer, but BTRFS is way better for this than LVM because it stores only differences between snapshots and current state, not the whole. See BTRFS subvolumes and snapshots.
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comment Can i create image of my current installed ubuntu so that i can install it on other machine?
Those are basics. I am afraid explaining them will take pages of text. For example here is some info on how to boot LiveCD. Search Internet for relevant instructions. May be follow different advice. This one is the simplest as in "requires no special software".
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answered Can i create image of my current installed ubuntu so that i can install it on other machine?
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comment how to set up a connection without using ssh
While technically you could use 'telnet' for this, it is not a good idea. You better deal with SSH errors you have.
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answered Accessing exported gcode from Slic3r?
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revised Set CPU frequency scaling to wait one second before scaling down
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answered Set CPU frequency scaling to wait one second before scaling down
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answered chromium-browser is stuck at version 37.0.2062.120 on Ubuntu 12.04 (using precise-updates)
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answered Lazy right management for package installation
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answered How to run command every 15min?
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answered need information about my username and password
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answered Something is wrong with the appearance
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answered How to use NVIDIA GTX 970 GPU?
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comment I think I accidentally removed the current linux kernel when trying to free up space in /boot
Not sure so. If kernel files are deleted, apt will still think it's OK, and will not reinstall the kernel or any package that misses files. --reinstall key is a must.
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comment I think I accidentally removed the current linux kernel when trying to free up space in /boot
Just general advice for someone who wants to learn to tinker linuxes. Virtual machine has a benefit of snapshotting and easily undoing any of your actions.
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answered I think I accidentally removed the current linux kernel when trying to free up space in /boot