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comment 14.04 LTS, 32-bit, Software Updater error “Failed to download repository information: Check your internet connection”
So everytime you hit the Settings button the Software Updater says that it found new updates and installed them?Or you get the error and then it says that your computer is up to date.Try to do the same without opening the Settings and tell me if this happens again.
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comment 14.04 LTS, 32-bit, Software Updater error “Failed to download repository information: Check your internet connection”
Explain again please which part I missunderstood.
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comment 14.04 LTS, 32-bit, Software Updater error “Failed to download repository information: Check your internet connection”
The Updater just gives you a warning for a specific repository.The fact that there are updated packages from other sources(repositories) will not stop the Updater to download them and install them.Unless you mean something else which I can't understand. :)
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answered 14.04 LTS, 32-bit, Software Updater error “Failed to download repository information: Check your internet connection”
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comment Install GRUB on a different partition on triple boot system
Well,I think Windows Boot loader is fine.I haven't touched it so I don't think it has any problems.Thanks for your help! :)
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comment Install GRUB on a different partition on triple boot system
Yes.I can boot from all disks now even when one is missing.Thanks for your valuable help.:)
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comment Install GRUB on a different partition on triple boot system
I am sorry but I don't understand what you mean.
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comment Install GRUB on a different partition on triple boot system
So I ran boot-repair and I chose Advanced options.On the "GRUB location" tab I chose the setting which says: "Place GRUB in all disks (except USB disks without OS).On the tab which says "Other options" I chose "Place the boot flag on:sda1 (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS) although this is more like in anyones free choice.The rest of the options that the program has were remained as they were. @oldfred Please type the above as an answer so I can accept it as one and let other people know who have the same problem which is the answer.
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comment Install GRUB on a different partition on triple boot system
Ok I ran sudo grub-install --root-directory=/media/(UUID or directory name) /dev/sda from Ubuntu LiveCD and I did the same thing for the SSD which has installed Kali Linux,but for reasons I can't think when I rebooted GRUB wasn't able to see the Kali partition.I think though your idea was right I just don't know why it didn't work.Anyway I fixed it with Boot-Repair just like oldfred suggested.Sortly,I will leave a comment under oldfred's comment in which I will explain what settings I used to fix it and make it work the way I asked.
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comment Install GRUB on a different partition on triple boot system
No it wasn't pre-installed.The operating systems are all installed in Legacy mode.
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comment NVIDIA proprietary drivers - Optimus Technology
Thanks a lot for your valuable help on both of my questions! :)
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accepted What is the difference between an NVIDIA legacy binary proprietary driver and a binary only proprietary driver?