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Aug
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comment Sound completely cut out, and Restart or Pulse Audio can't fix it
No, Restarting into my normal Xubuntu install on the hard drive does not fix the problem. But using a Live USB does fix it sort of. But if while booted into that Live USB, I watch the same exact WebM video, the sound does the same thing about 5 to 10 minutes in. And nothing I do brings it back. No MP3's play, no OGG, no MP4 videos. Nothing. So this is not a hardware issue. Its complicated in the details, but I'm positive its a setting somewhere, but I have no idea how to find it. And Pulse Audio settings does not help.
Aug
20
revised Sound completely cut out, and Restart or Pulse Audio can't fix it
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Aug
20
comment How to install newest version of Minitube from Source
Thank you, sorry took so long to get back to you, I havn't tried yet but will when I get time. Very busy today and tomorrow. Thank you again Ben, and God Bless you!
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asked Sound completely cut out, and Restart or Pulse Audio can't fix it
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asked How to install newest version of Minitube from Source
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Jul
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comment How do I install Ubuntu to a USB key? (without using Startup Disk Creator)
Do Intel Atoms have the "inbuilt" virtualization support? My system monitor says its this one. Intel® CPU U2700 @ 1.30GHz. Would use my much more powerful desktop, but the Power Supply died a few months ago. :-(
Jul
5
comment Can ubuntu be installed on a USB 3.0, not talking about live usb, i want to install it on usb itself?
Can we please reopen this question? Or atleast supply links to other questions with confirmed answers? The below answer does not solve the question, because the user didn't fully understand the question. Startup Disk Creator can only be used on USB flash drives upto 4 GB. Anything larger, and the extra space will just be left empty. I am wanting to do this same thing. Have a Live USB that is atleast 16 to 32 GB. Installing to the USB flash drive the way he suggests doesn't work for me either. Ubiquity crashes everytime after a certain percentage point. Please provide more links to information
Jun
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revised Changing Launchpad username, and How to know what sites will be affected?
clarifying the question in more detail
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asked Changing Launchpad username, and How to know what sites will be affected?
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comment Does Ubuntu App Showdown Allow Inventive Games?
Sorry to bother again, but would you know of any good write ups on how to integrate an app into the Quicklists? Preferably for beginners, as I am still very new at learning python. Thank you for anything you can come up with. :-D