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Apr
11
answered Do I need to clear out swap to make my computer fast again?
Apr
11
comment Do I need to clear out swap to make my computer fast again?
@Serg, not a duplicate.. at least of that question.
Apr
10
comment Every ubuntu distro crashes
If multiple releases of multiple distros all exhibit the same problem, then that would point to a hardware problem.
Apr
10
comment Upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04 to 16.04
Upgrading from 14.10 to 15.10 without going through 15.04 is also not supported. As The Brown One already pointed out, 16.04 is still not officially released, hence the normal upgrade tool in 14.04 does not yet offer upgrading to it. If you want to upgrade anyhow, you can just change sources.list to point to wily and run update/dist-upgrade.
Apr
10
comment Upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04 to 16.04
@brett, no sir, I am not. The question you linked is about upgrading to a NON LTS release.
Apr
10
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
9
answered Upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04 to 16.04
Apr
9
comment HELP!!! Remove partially installed ubuntu
You will need to describe what the screen currently says, and what, if any, screens you have already clicked next through.
Apr
9
answered dns server assigned from dhcp is equal to the address of the client
Apr
9
answered I turned my PC off during reinstallation
Apr
9
answered Accidentally mounted a partition on /usr
Apr
9
reviewed Leave Open how to search file using wget or curl on server?
Apr
9
comment how to search file using wget or curl on server?
Close voters: when the answer is "you can't" that does not equate to a question being unclear.
Apr
9
reviewed Leave Open how to force DPI settings in Xenial?
Apr
9
comment how to force DPI settings in Xenial?
From what I can tell, the GNOME developers have been bitten by the same stupid bug as Microsoft, and signed on with just treating all monitors as if they are the same 96 DPI of the original 14 inch VGA CRTs. If you can find a way to work around this and use proper DPI, I would be very much interested.
Apr
9
comment how to force DPI settings in Xenial?
Close voters: what the hell does this have to do with the development version of Ubuntu?
Apr
9
comment Welcome to emergency mode! Problem with swap/fsck
Backups are also a handy thing to have ;)
Apr
9
comment No free disk space even after deleting files from chromebook Downloads folder
It sounds like you managed to install some malware. Delete this .shadow directory.
Apr
9
comment Welcome to emergency mode! Problem with swap/fsck
See if /var/log/syslog shows any useful error messages, but there also should have been some messages on the screen leading up to landing in rescue mode.