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answered Why would cron not be running as a daemon?
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answered How to move /media to another disk device?
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comment I need help trying to blank a cd
This is a CD-RW disc right?
Jul
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comment How can I run programs in /usr/local/bin without sudo or root?
Besides r, other users also need x.
Jul
26
answered Clear the dirent cache on Linux
Jul
25
comment I'm stuck at one part of Gparted
@LDC3, no, they don't. The BIOS is inaccessible to a protected mode 32 or 64 bit OS. It is only available during boot, to load the OS. Applications can't use it. It is also present in a virtual machine, or the OS that needs it to boot wouldn't work. Note that the bios in the vm is not in any way related to the bios on the real machine hosting the vm; your statements that suggest otherwise are incorrect.
Jul
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comment I'm stuck at one part of Gparted
Your screen shot does not show any attempt to use gparted; only log in at a text mode debian install.
Jul
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comment I'm stuck at one part of Gparted
@LDC3, of course it is; everything runs in a vm, just like it does on a real machine; that is kind of the whole point.
Jul
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answered Prevent interruption of moving file long time
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open Want to test Ubuntu Hard Drive from a Windows 7
Jul
24
comment Want to test Ubuntu Hard Drive from a Windows 7
The question specifically said no network filesystems, but that is exactly what sshfs is.
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open Android Studio doesn't render Ubuntu Mono Font well
Jul
24
reviewed Close What's the state of multi-seat in 10.04 Lucid?
Jul
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answered Write to a non-existant device using dd
Jul
23
comment If I have disable recovery option and someone still get's to root using the ro recovery nomodeset how do I password protect root?
possible duplicate of How to set up GRUB2 password in an easy way?
Jul
23
revised How to stop an application from automatically starting
edited title
Jul
23
comment Grub rescue trouble after moving a partition
@SamC, please tick the green check mark to accept the answer.
Jul
23
answered Grub rescue trouble after moving a partition
Jul
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answered How to use “systemd --user” instance?
Jul
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comment Grub rescue trouble after moving a partition
type set and see what it says the root and prefix variables are set to.