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Ubuntu user since 2007.


Nov
20
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
19
comment I moved files to NTFS and cant start GUI in ubuntu 14.10
You can create a separate ext4 partition on your HDD and move & mount the Linux folders there.
Nov
19
comment I moved files to NTFS and cant start GUI in ubuntu 14.10
NTFS cannot handle Linux permissions properly.
Nov
19
answered Multiboot ubuntu, Elementary, Windows, joint swap or sparate ones?
Nov
19
revised Unable to use the wifi
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Nov
18
comment How can I install Ubuntu on boot up
How did you burn the DVD? Did you simply copy the iso to the DVD or burn the image to the DVD?
Nov
18
comment How can I install Ubuntu on boot up
What do you mean with "downloading Ubuntu to DVD"? You need to download the file and then burn the .iso to a DVD or create a live USB with it.
Nov
18
answered Unable to use the wifi
Nov
18
comment Unable to use the wifi
Are you dual-booting with Windows? if you are, boot Windows, enable wifi and reboot. In my system, if I disable wifi in Windows, I'm not able to unblock it in Ubuntu. Ubuntu is able to remove the soft block but not the hard block on my system.
Nov
18
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
18
answered How do I set Lightning as the default calendar app?
Nov
17
asked Ejecting a USB 3.0 drive connected to USB 3.0 port reconnects immediately
Nov
13
comment What's wrong with Ubuntu's/Linux's support for NTFS on flash devices
Do you unmount or eject the device before physically disconnecting?
Nov
7
answered Manual duplex printinting Canon MX475
Nov
7
comment How to play WMV files?
Try this
Nov
7
comment How to play WMV files?
possible duplicate of How to play wmv3 videos
Oct
27
answered Password Manager for Ubuntu with ports available for android
Oct
25
revised How to find which WiFi frequencies are being used the most near by?
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Oct
21
comment unable to dual boot ubuntu 14.04 with windows 7
If you can boot Ubuntu, then run sudo fdisk -l and edit your question with the results.