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asked SSL3_GET_RECORD:decryption failed or bad record mac
Jul
20
comment All keyboards stopped working after login screen
@Sneetsher - Yep. Just had to wait for the system to let me.
Jul
20
accepted All keyboards stopped working after login screen
Jul
17
awarded  Curious
Jul
15
answered All keyboards stopped working after login screen
Jul
15
asked All keyboards stopped working after login screen
Apr
23
revised Shared remote desktop over lightdm after reboot
Clearer title
Apr
23
asked Shared remote desktop over lightdm after reboot
Feb
5
comment Stop dpkg -l from listing packages already removed
This deletes the config files also. Is there an option that doesn't delete these?
Jan
29
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
6
comment Ripping DVD to iso - Accurately
Neither is acidrip, for that matter. :-(
Aug
11
comment Upgrading from 12.04.3 LTS to 14.04.1 LTS failure
I've filed a similar bug, but not the same. .1 was released last week, however do-release-upgrade still reports "No new release found" bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/1354972
Aug
11
comment Upgrading from 12.04.3 LTS to 14.04.1 LTS failure
To clarify, -d installs the current version, no matter what that is. It's not the development version, but is less tested. It's for this reason that do-release-upgrade on LTS versions won't upgrade until .1 is released.
Aug
1
comment Why is “No new release found” when upgrading from a LTS to the next?
From an inspection of the code, it seems that "normal" releases default to a URL changelogs.ubuntu.com/meta-release which lists 14.04, and LTS releases use the URL changelogs.ubuntu.com/meta-release-lts which doesn't list it at all. I think they haven't updated the meta information yet.
Aug
1
comment Why is “No new release found” when upgrading from a LTS to the next?
Why, then, is do-release-upgrade (without the -d) still saying "No new release found" a few days after the .1 has been released in iso form? (My /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades says "Prompt=lts")
Jun
19
accepted Where do I find the UUID of a network connection on Ubuntu Server? (no Network-Manager)
Jun
19
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
22
comment ubuntu 13.04 recognizes usb mobile broadband modem as ethernet connection
On the Telstra 3G USB+WiFi version of this, the configuration settings page is at m.home
Dec
17
comment Where do I find the UUID of a network connection on Ubuntu Server? (no Network-Manager)
Apologies for the delay. I have added extra info from a desktop machine. It's possible that the UUID is created by Network-Manager which would be frustrating. I also saw UUIDs being used for network connections in OpenStack Quantum and thought it might be lower-level, but perhaps they're both implementing their own UUIDs for the connections.
Dec
17
revised Where do I find the UUID of a network connection on Ubuntu Server? (no Network-Manager)
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