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comment showing full space as free spcae while installing ubuntu 14.04 !please help!
A partition table is a method of organizing the partitions / filesystems on a given storage device. On modern computers there are two primary structures for doing this, being MSDOS and GPT. There have been a few instances in the past where the installer doesn't recognize which type is in use (either due to a bug or some 'exotic' non-standard partition scheme). If this is the case, Ubuntu cannot find any partitions, as it couldn't find the table that lists where they are.
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comment showing full space as free spcae while installing ubuntu 14.04 !please help!
Did you use GPT or MSDOS as the base partition table?
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comment showing full space as free spcae while installing ubuntu 14.04 !please help!
Can you at least upload it to imgur and link to it?
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comment Virtualizing Windows and Ubuntu with Xen
After reading the ArchWiki, it appears that the Fx-6300 Does support the proper virtualization.
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comment Virtualizing Windows and Ubuntu with Xen
What you're talking about is a 'standard' virtualization. From what I understand, Xen is a type-1 or bare-metal hypervisor. Read more here : wiki.xen.org/wiki/Xen_Beginners_Guide#What_is_Xen_all_about.3F
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comment Remote Access to Owncloud Server
Thanks I'll take a look...
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comment Remote Access to Owncloud Server
It appears that port 80 is definitely blocked, so I'm looking into how to change it.