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accepted lscpu output differs when called indirectly?
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comment lscpu output differs when called indirectly?
Aha! I guess calling an extra interpreter (in the case of python) requires more work, thus the governor ups the frequency? Makes some sense.
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asked lscpu output differs when called indirectly?
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comment Ttrying ubuntu 12.04 64 bit from a usb stick
if your machine is capable of 64 bit, then I'd recommend always installing a 64-bit operating system.
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accepted What are the alternatives to Ubuntu One?
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comment What are the alternatives to Ubuntu One?
This InSync thing looks exactly like I'm looking for!
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comment Have I installed ubuntu?
hence the "probably". When it DOES boot, it is unequivocally installed.
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answered Have I installed ubuntu?
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comment What are the alternatives to Ubuntu One?
Hmm.. missed the part about the GUI around unison. Nice! I've used back in time when I was a "newbie" to CLI stuff. Found it's exceptionally, well... SLOW compared to just typing some rsync commands. Dunno why.
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comment What are the alternatives to Ubuntu One?
Seems to me that an rsync cronjob to a VPS might be easier to setup?
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revised Windows no longer boots after unsuccessful Ubuntu installation
more informative title
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comment How to remove fonts in Ubuntu?
Can you open a terminal and type locate -i garamond? This would give you the locations of all file paths with "garamond" in them ;-).
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comment Windows no longer boots after unsuccessful Ubuntu installation
What option did you select during installation of Ubuntu? If you selected "use full disk", you will have overwritten the windows partition, and then it is completely and utterly GONE.
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comment Lost on installing Ubuntu on my laptop with an ATI graphics card
Can you plug and boot from a liveUSB or liveCD? You should be able to open a terminal from that, and then modify the file on your disk .