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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
15
revised 'mount: error while loading shared libraries: libudev.so.0 : no such file or directory' error while booting
added 80 characters in body
Sep
10
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
9
comment I want to try out an alternative DE on 14.04 but am skeptical
I disagree. Installing the *-desktop packages work well for me.
Aug
6
revised Removing a plethora of default installed packages
added 100 characters in body
Aug
6
answered Removing a plethora of default installed packages
Jun
25
comment Does Hard reboot damage my Ubuntu
@Ruslan Could you elaborate? Your hard disk could be having problems.
Jun
25
comment Does Hard reboot damage my Ubuntu
@Bakuriu Oops, I thought I had put "normally".
Jun
25
comment Does Hard reboot damage my Ubuntu
An ext4 filesystem can not be corrupted, which Ubuntu normally uses, because ext4 has a journal (half-written data will be discarded on next boot).
Jun
25
comment Does Hard reboot damage my Ubuntu
@PhilFrost See above comment.
Jun
25
comment Does Hard reboot damage my Ubuntu
@Bakuriu Ubuntu uses ext4, which has a journal, so in the worst case, there would only be a half-installed package)
Jun
15
revised Windows 7/Ubuntu dual boot help?
fixed formatting
Jun
15
suggested suggested edit on Windows 7/Ubuntu dual boot help?
Jun
9
comment 'mount: error while loading shared libraries: libudev.so.0 : no such file or directory' error while booting
@kapitanluffy Correct, I will update the solution.
Apr
20
comment shutdown using keyboard
@ElliottFrisch The default ext4 filesystem has journals; so only the recent data would be lost and no filesystem corruption should occur.
Mar
22
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
12
awarded  Yearling
Mar
4
comment intel_do_flush_locked failed Input/Output error
I've changed my computer; so I can't test it but I'm upvoting.
Feb
28
comment What are the default passwords of these users: nobody, daemon, uucp, etc.?
You mean the hashed password is "*" right?