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comment When I create a file on the desktop,it create in /root/desktop not /home/desktop
@Rinzwind, I agree.. that's why I asked if he was logging in as root.
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reviewed Close Black screen when installing nVidia drivers (CTRL+Alt+F1) dosen't work either
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reviewed Close Homestead in Ubuntu
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reviewed Close My Ubuntu used to go fast, recently it started going slow, any helpful tips?
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comment When I create a file on the desktop,it create in /root/desktop not /home/desktop
Are you logging in as root for some reason? If so, don't do that.
Dec
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comment When I create a file on the desktop,it create in /root/desktop not /home/desktop
@Rinzwind, I think you read the question backwards. He says the files are going to /root instead of his own home directory, not that he wants them to.
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reviewed Close File creating permission Denied
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reviewed Close full disc encryption with SSD
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reviewed Close How to get my parents favorite facebook games to work
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reviewed Close Too much noise while recording on 12.10
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reviewed Close seeing partions on hard drive in unbuntu 14.04
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reviewed Close dissapearing menu on ubuntu 14.04
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comment UEFI machine doesn't boot Ubuntu through NVRAM bootcatalog. How to fix?
Have you tried removing the \EFI\BOOT directory entirely?
Dec
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comment File system went read only after adding ssh key
Your filesystem has errors. Boot into rescue mode and fsck it.
Dec
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comment Laptop with new SSD, Partitioning and Over-Provision
@NilsBerlijn, you have to edit /etc/fstab to request the trim mount option to enable it to be done automatically, or you can run fstrim every once in a while. The latter seems to be the better choice.
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answered Laptop with new SSD, Partitioning and Over-Provision
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comment What is “load” in System Load Indicator?
Rather than just cite the other sources, you should also include the explanation yourself ;)
Dec
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comment Adding and removing a disk from LVM without losing data
So what you are really asking is how can you remove the 500 GB drive. That depends on whether you have allocated all 1.5 TB. Add the output of lvs and pvs to your question.
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comment Systems is Only Using 4.7 GiB out of 6GiB
You'll have to check with HP or read your hardware manuals.
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comment Systems is Only Using 4.7 GiB out of 6GiB
Broken bios... see if hp has an update. You also might check /var/log/kern.log for the e820 memory map section and edit it into your question.