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Sep
16
comment SSHD Won't Start
Do you get the same results for sudo service ssh start?
Sep
15
answered how can i dual boot with an already ubuntu computer if i have a harddrive i took out of a windows laptop with all its info on it?
Sep
15
reviewed No Action Needed Not able to ping continuously Ubuntu 14.04 on lan
Sep
15
reviewed Close Which is better Axel or Aria 2
Sep
15
reviewed No Action Needed 14.04 only stable in recovery mode
Sep
15
revised How to clean-up/remove files in /dev/sda7?
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Sep
15
revised installation problems in ubuntu
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Sep
10
accepted What is a simple command/process I can run to prevent Ubuntu from sleeping?
Sep
9
comment Trying to install cifs-utils - the attempt created dependency hell
Have you tried sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade then sudo apt-get install cifs-utils
Sep
9
revised making a bash script executable programatically
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Sep
9
reviewed No Action Needed Problem with Ubuntu Software Center--can't install anything
Sep
9
reviewed No Action Needed Server keeps asking for password after I've copied my SSH Public Key to authorized_keys
Sep
9
answered making a bash script executable programatically
Sep
9
comment After deleting a shared folder, Ubuntu doesn't see freed disk space
You have two systems and I'm sure they are clear to you but I'm confused about which one you are talking about at different times.
Sep
8
reviewed Approve Shell Script Problem
Sep
8
reviewed Approve Prevent machine from sleeping when SSH connections are on
Sep
8
reviewed Looks OK What does /dev/null mean in a shell script?
Sep
8
reviewed Approve wifi not showing in hp pavilion g6 2320tx
Sep
8
comment After deleting a shared folder, Ubuntu doesn't see freed disk space
A shared folder does not take up any disk space on the computer that is connecting to it. Can you try to clarify the situation?
Sep
8
comment User in sudo group cannot use sudo command
If you have another superuser, I would try adding suspersecretuser to the sudo group again. sudo adduser supersecretuser sudo. You might get error like user is already in group sudo, but its worth a shot.