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comment bcache corruption after reboot
From various posts I've seen online, your Windows install is probably also using the SSD for caching which is a no no for the most part unless you make separate partitions for it and Ubuntu. Here's a post that may help; grepular.com/Disk_Caching_with_SSDs_Linux_and_Windows
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comment how do I enable hardware rendering in ubuntu 14.04 on an intel 4600
You can install the latest Intel installer from here; 01.org/linuxgraphics/downloads/2014/… I don't believe rendering is available system wide but give this post a look as well; ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2013/10/…
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comment Complete Installation Guide for Android SDK / ADT Bundle on Ubuntu
Apparently it's easier for some people to rant than to just answer the question. So, here's the answer; webupd8.org/2012/09/… & webupd8.org/2014/05/…
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comment 14.04 Google Chrome Audio Playback Issues
Try deleting the google-chrome folder in .config in your home folder and then relaunch Chrome. This way you're starting fresh. If the issue still persists you'll know it's not with your Chrome configuration. If it stops you'll know it was a configuration issue. Deleting a disabling features in a random attempt to isolate the issue could lead you to bigger issues so starting with the lowest common denominator is best.
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comment VMWare Player crashes after upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04
@PeterRaeves it appears that the module isn't where the system expects it to be. Try reinstalling; sudo apt-get install libcanberra-gtk3-module or sudo apt-get install libcanberra-gtk3-module:i386
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comment VMWare Player crashes after upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04
@PeterRaeves sudo vmware-installer -u vmware-player should sort you out. Your virtual machines are stored in a folder in your home folder and aren't uninstalled when uninstalling the VMWare player.
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comment VMWare Player crashes after upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04
@PeterRaeves Not sure what to tell you other than I was having a similar issue after upgrading to 14.04 and it was resolved by uninstalling the standalone player and installing the workstation. It can't hurt to give it a try since your virtual machines won't be affected. Hopefully you find a resolution.
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comment VMWare Player crashes after upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04
@bfrgzju it includes the player as part of the install.
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answered VMWare Player crashes after upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04
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comment Install Nvidia driver for CUDA to use “GPU” option in Blender (ubuntu (13.10-) 14.04)
Sadly I have no other ideas. I'll look into it more and update my response if I find anything. This is an issue that plagued me so I know how frustrating this must be for you.
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answered Install Nvidia driver for CUDA to use “GPU” option in Blender (ubuntu (13.10-) 14.04)
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