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answered Ubuntu 12.04 does not detect monitor at boot
Jul
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answered Why can't I get a wired connection to my new router?
Feb
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comment No password set but still asks for a password
Edit /etc/shadow and MAKE SURE you read the SHADOW(5) man page first.
Feb
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answered No password set but still asks for a password
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answered I can't configure my networks or use my wifi adapter
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comment Prevent Standard users from seeing and mounting drives
Notice that last X on there? chmod anything as a 1 and that sets executable. You want 4 or 0 for readonly or no access. Remember this goes back to binary: RWX 000 = none; 001 = execute only; 100 = dec 4, readonly; Just remember that.
Dec
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comment Prevent Standard users from seeing and mounting drives
ls -la, see if the change took properly, mount shouldn't have any types of odd background or font color if it did.
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answered Prevent Standard users from seeing and mounting drives
Oct
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answered Unity to Gnome help
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awarded  Talkative
Oct
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comment How to view all mounted devices and respective free space
While there may be one, you're defeating the very purpose of using Linux/Unix. If you want it to be like Windows then why bother with Ubuntu? There's a lot of power in BASH, take the time to learn it and it will pay off immensely.
Oct
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answered How to view all mounted devices and respective free space
Oct
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answered Second monitor not coming back on after going into hibernate
Oct
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answered Performance is crucially slow and very lagging
Oct
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answered How can I enable unity 3d on a Dell XPS 15 L502x?
Oct
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answered Why won't my flat-screen TV work with Ubuntu?
Oct
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comment Ubuntu 11.10 crashes on boot shows busybox
Did you upgrade your computer? Is this a fresh install? What are the last things that you installed? Have you made any changes recently? We'd need more details to tell you what the real problem is. The best I can figure from this is that you've managed to delete a key system file and it's booting to recovery mode.
Oct
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answered Ubuntu 11.10 Slow on Acer Aspire 5253