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comment Another VirtualBox screen size problem
You may have not yet installed the guest additions completely - they need the installer script to be run in the guest OS.
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comment How to rename a partition
@DavidFoerster: thanks for completing my answer :)
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comment Installation via unetbootin on samsung n130
You need to make a bootable USB-stick from your Ubuntu ISO file. Then, while the USB-drive is plugged in you enter the BIOS by keep pressing F2 while it is booting (at the SAMSUNG splash screen). In BIOS you choose the USB drive as the first boot device. Ubuntu will then load an give you the "Try out" or "Install" option.
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comment USB drive in VirtualBox with a Windows 7 guest
Great! Glad you got it working... I edited my older answer to include this important little bit to help others, and to be able to link your question to there if you don't mind.
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answered How can I read out text on my computer?
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comment How to rename a partition
You should be able to do this with commands I gave in my answer to the question I linked to above. Make sure to adapt yout fstab in case you mount the partition by label (default is by UUID).
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comment How to rename a partition
Are you looking for a partition LABEL?
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comment Looking for answers on bios compatibility
According to the Ubuntu Wiki the Samsung N130 used to be supported without issues but these reports may be a bit old. Try for yourself by running a live system ('Try out Ubuntu') from an installer USB.
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comment Recover .vdi file with Scalpel (or anything similar)
Possible duplicate of Recover files from a broken Virtualbox machine .vdi
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comment USB drive in VirtualBox with a Windows 7 guest
We can't change USB (or other) settings from a running machine. After a shut down of the VM it should work as expected (except missing Windows drivers).
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comment USB drive in VirtualBox with a Windows 7 guest
Is the VM still running or in a "saved" state?
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answered 15.10 - No menubar at the top of xournal 4.8, making the program unusable
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