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comment How does one view system changes comparing before and after an application installation?
That would be completely dependant on the source you are installing then, and if that source even creates a log file. Linux does not track these things (by default) like say windows event viewer does. You can have custom logging packages but thats up to the user to install. /var/log holds a lot of good info too, check out /var/log/messages or /var/log/dmesg.
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answered How does one view system changes comparing before and after an application installation?
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comment How to set password on Initial Boot of Pre-Installed Ubuntu
Sounds like this would be a lot easier for you to do with a custom installation. Check out Automating/Customizing the Ubuntu installation using preseeding.
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answered How to set password on Initial Boot of Pre-Installed Ubuntu
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comment Apt-get returning 'Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)" error
Nice! Glad u fixed it!
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answered Apt-get returning 'Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)" error
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