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seen Nov 19 '13 at 19:15

I switched from Ubuntu to Debian because of Ubuntu adding unity-lenses-shopping, the built in amazon add app, and the add server they implemented.

I hope you guys enjoy having your privacy invaded by something that calls itself a free OS.

It was a fun ride Ubuntu, but I will abandon this ship before you send Obama my browser history!


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comment How do I fix “Grub Rescue”? Uninstallation?
He deleted the ubuntu partitions, so I guess there is no ubuntu to boot to
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comment Unity window colors are corrupt
Could you maybe post a screenshot and be more clear on how you installed 13.04? If you formatted the drive, the information is irrelevant.
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comment When I try to save any file, it gives me “Permission Denied”
The gksudo gedit /etc/default/grub should imply he is getting the permission to edit the file.
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comment Why is Amazon Lens on by default?
Luckily a simple sudo apt-get remove --purge unity-lens-* fixes this all.
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comment Why doesn't this show the hidden files/folders?
Thanks, you are a genius. I am not a master in bash, what doe [!.] do?
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accepted Why doesn't this show the hidden files/folders?
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accepted Why doesn't the command do-release-upgrade doesn't require sudo?
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comment Why doesn't the command do-release-upgrade doesn't require sudo?
Strange.... ;) But I guess I have to live with it, thanks.
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comment Why doesn't the command do-release-upgrade doesn't require sudo?
Thanks, but how is that an good idea? Now anyone can run the do-release-upgrade command.....