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Jan
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comment Am I using the Nouveau driver or the proprietary NVIDIA driver?
@CMCDragonkai , any module that can be used by NVIDIA, is not loaded. Maybe the Card is not in use at all (if you have hybrid graphics, maybe it's disabled).
Jan
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Jan
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comment Swap not available says System Monitor
Here is your swap entry # swap was on /dev/sdb5 during installation UUID=0ab0d74f-7e82-4706-8516-f94384d8a6b3 none swap sw 0 0 but you have deleted it or you have removed the /dev/sdb (hdd, usb, or sdcard maybe ? ). If you don't have anymore a /dev/sdb disk attached you can remove this entry from fstab . It only delays your system during boot. You can create a new swap partition or file. Lots of tutorials exist in Web , search for "create swap partition after installation".
Jan
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comment Swap not available says System Monitor
From the blkid results I cannot see any TYPE=swap . Are you sure you haven't deleted the swap partition by accident ?
Jan
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revised Swap not available says System Monitor
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Nov
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answered 15.10 and GTX960
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Oct
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revised 'zeitgeist-fts' always using a lot of memory!
Last paragraph added, related to zeitgeist-fts file.
Oct
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comment 'zeitgeist-fts' always using a lot of memory!
@Antonello, yes it is. Thanks for your contribution.
Sep
26
answered How can I fix a USB 3.0 Issue in a Ubuntu 14.04 VirtualBox VM
Sep
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comment How to fix the “Unable to calculate upgrade” issue when upgrading from 12.04 to 12.10?
@whoKnows Sorry for the late answer. This will search-find and remove all the leftovers that have been marked for removal, but they have not been removed yet. That is what 'rc' means.
Sep
26
comment how can i write a shell script that will run at startup and introduce a delay in the start of an application
No, it won't hold the whole startup process. It will delay to execute this specific script only.
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