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Jun
23
comment Ubuntu 14.04 wont boot after entering harddrive encryption password
Done the report. I also found another on the LUKS with 15.04
Jun
17
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Jun
17
comment Ubuntu 14.04 wont boot after entering harddrive encryption password
No I did not. I know I should have. Can I still do it? It was really weird as it started working and then completely stopped. I have quite a new setup. A gtx 970 and samsung 850 ssd. I was wondering if these newer components would be the problem? I ended up using ubuntu 15.04 and it sometimes is a problem getting to the unlock LUKS screen. Its the keyboard that just wont work as well when that screen boots up.
Feb
9
answered Ubuntu 14.04 wont boot after entering harddrive encryption password
Feb
9
asked Ubuntu 14.04 wont boot after entering harddrive encryption password
Sep
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Mar
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asked Resource monitor
May
5
comment Ubuntu 12.04 not starting
How can I reinstall? Do I just remove the partition it is on?
May
5
asked Ubuntu 12.04 not starting
Feb
13
comment Cancel Process with Ctrl + C will not work in Terminal
well it would have to be something to do with the x11 download as it worked fine before. What could be in their to make such a change
Feb
12
awarded  Editor
Feb
12
comment Cancel Process with Ctrl + C will not work in Terminal
I have just relised that no commands using the ctrl button are working.
Feb
12
revised Cancel Process with Ctrl + C will not work in Terminal
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Feb
10
comment Cancel Process with Ctrl + C will not work in Terminal
any in this machiene
Feb
10
comment Cancel Process with Ctrl + C will not work in Terminal
Just whenever I log into my ubuntu server. This is with which ever user I use (I have two).
Feb
10
awarded  Student
Feb
10
asked Cancel Process with Ctrl + C will not work in Terminal