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Aug
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comment How do I get a wireless USB keyboard to to wake Ubuntu 13.10 from suspend?
I thought I ran all the commands. The dash does not find any app called Solaar. Is there are some other way to trigger it or should I retype all the commands from the very beginning? Many thanks
Jul
18
comment How do I get a wireless USB keyboard to to wake Ubuntu 13.10 from suspend?
I followed your instructions and entered the commands and they appeared to work. Except for the second last one.. cd ~/solaar/rules.d - it only works when you use cd solaar/rules.d I do have one other question though... how do you start this app from the dash? Sounds like it should be obvious but I cannot find anything listed that sounds like this solution?
Jul
16
comment How do I get a wireless USB keyboard to to wake Ubuntu 13.10 from suspend?
Thanks for taking the time to look into this. I still have this problem which followed me in the upgrade to 14.04. Having limited experience with Linux... do I just follow your steps in Terminal mode to get to a resolution?.. typing the commands one at a time? I would not know if I have GIT... so I imagine there is no harm in following your command to install it again if I have it? Thanks
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Apr
22
comment How do I get a wireless USB keyboard to to wake Ubuntu 13.10 from suspend?
No resolution yet.
Apr
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Mar
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asked How do I get a wireless USB keyboard to to wake Ubuntu 13.10 from suspend?
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Mar
20
comment How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?
Thank you. I reviewed this option and it looked promising. However I chose to try out the suggestions from Pestilence as it did not require additional software. I was thinking why add to my issue with more software... when I must already have the tools.. if only I knew how to use them. I did also use the Microsoft Console Disk Management feature to delete the swap and Ubuntu partition... so THANK YOU for the idea.
Mar
20
comment How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?
Thanks. This was good. I found my Recovery DVDs & Recovery Tools CD. The latter started the Microsoft Recovery Console. It then asked to start miniNT or I386 -so based on your command line I chose I386. I then entered FIXMBR with no options. Then EXIT. Microsoft then prompted to choose System Restore, Destructive Reovery or TURN OFF and I chose OFF. When I powered up again it boot straight into XP & did a CHKDSK. My XP again works as it did before my UBUNTU experiment. THANK YOU. Next time I will install it in Windows XP so I can use the add/remove feature rather than this manual method.@Marco
Mar
20
comment How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?
I had a look at this. Seemed like a great idea but I was looking for something to the job with the commands already available to me via XP or Ubuntu.
Mar
20
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Jan
29
comment How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?
I follow your advice in the first 2 sentences.However in your 4th sentence you say to set Windows as the default OS... This cannot be the problem that causes UBUNTU to boot first as it is currently set to Windows as being the default OS. there is something else that is overriding this that was installed by Ubuntu 11.10... what could that be?
Jan
24
asked How do I uninstall and remove Ubuntu 11.10?