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May
27
asked Installation issues for Virtualenv and VirtualenvWrapper in 13.04
May
14
comment “Disk I/O error:” Can not write anything to mounted partitions
I have made the changes, but I am still getting that error frequently.
May
2
revised “Disk I/O error:” Can not write anything to mounted partitions
Addition
May
2
comment “Disk I/O error:” Can not write anything to mounted partitions
Also strangely enough /dev/sda5 300933120 304836607 1951744 82 Linux swap / Solaris /dev/sda6 304838656 309637119 2399232 82 Linux swap / Solaris I have two swap partitions. Can this happen on its own. I am sure I never made more than one.
May
2
comment “Disk I/O error:” Can not write anything to mounted partitions
/dev/sda8 is my root. Will it be safe.
May
1
asked “Disk I/O error:” Can not write anything to mounted partitions
Apr
20
comment Installing Ubuntu with preloaded Windows 7
Scanning the partitions takes long, but by no means 30 mins. I would at max 5 mins. Why dont you restart it.
Apr
20
revised How do I reduce the size of the menu bar?
theme files added
Apr
20
revised Installing Ubuntu with preloaded Windows 7
Correction
Apr
20
answered Installing Ubuntu with preloaded Windows 7
Apr
20
asked How do I reduce the size of the menu bar?
Apr
15
comment xrandr ignores setting DPI (Zenbook running 12.10)
Andreas, did you find a solution. I am too trying to do the same.
Mar
31
comment Install 32bit Java (OpenJDK) on 64bit Ubuntu 12.04
I am using ubuntu-12-10-64. I tried the default sun-java-6, it didnot work. Then I tried the Oracle-7, even then it didnot work. However, in my office, I was able to setup the juniper-vpn-client on a ubuntu-12.04-32bit machine. Any suggestions.
Mar
18
revised Not able to change permission of a file to add +x
added 366 characters in body
Mar
17
asked Not able to change permission of a file to add +x
Mar
12
comment Is /etc/sudoers file only suppose to have read only permissions?
Thanks. I was able to add the following, but i dont know if this is the right thing to do... # User privilege specification root ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL vks ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
Mar
12
accepted Is /etc/sudoers file only suppose to have read only permissions?
Mar
12
asked Is /etc/sudoers file only suppose to have read only permissions?
Feb
7
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Nov
11
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