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Ubuntu user since 8.04


Jan
23
comment No hdd space left
Thanks. I was able to remove over 2,800mb of files. After expanding the partition to about 21Gb (with new problems, now solved) checking Disk Use Analysis, it says I have 12.3Gb free space, but 11.2Gb available. AND, it still gave me a warning that I have just 1Gb of space left. It seems something is wrong somewhere.
Jan
23
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Jan
23
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Jan
23
accepted How do I do a Grub resuce?
Jan
23
answered How do I do a Grub resuce?
Jan
23
revised How do I do a Grub resuce?
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Jan
23
asked How do I do a Grub resuce?
Jan
23
comment No hdd space left
According to ubuntu.com/download/desktop/install-desktop-long-term-support only 4.5Gb is required, and may be 2 or 3Gb for PlayonLinux with MS Office, which means I should have about 6Gb free. Also, what is the .encryptfs? It uses 4Gb! So, even if .encryptfs wasn't a problem, I should still have 2Gb free. It seems that something is seriously wrong.
Jan
22
asked No hdd space left
May
18
comment How do I get the BCM 4312 wireless card working on a Dell Mini 10v?
How can I get any help? The issue is not resolved. This is for a computer that when it is connected to the net, it's almost always via wifi, and at times tethered wifi.
May
8
comment How do I get the BCM 4312 wireless card working on a Dell Mini 10v?
I have tried work out what those instructions mean, and they are not clear to me. They might be relevant to that person and their level of expertise, but they haven't helped me.
May
5
awarded  Student
May
5
comment How do I get the BCM 4312 wireless card working on a Dell Mini 10v?
@JorgeCastro Info added.
May
5
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May
5
revised How do I get the BCM 4312 wireless card working on a Dell Mini 10v?
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May
5
asked How do I get the BCM 4312 wireless card working on a Dell Mini 10v?
Sep
16
comment 12.04 started in low graphics mode, couldn't fix
I've resorted to reinstalling the OS. Thanks for trying anyway.
Sep
16
comment 12.04 started in low graphics mode, couldn't fix
I'm sorry, but I have no idea where to do that? In terminal after start up is attempted and pressing ctl+alt+f1? If so, what sudo commands do I use?
Sep
15
asked 12.04 started in low graphics mode, couldn't fix