It might be weird, but I've just got the same problem with connecting via USB port in my computer with Linux Mint (20.x) and my mobile - smart phone with Android (now is November, 2021 and Android has actualization of system's core from 2019, still actual version).
Nothing above have solved that problem. Still I got a "window" - pop-alert with ...
I had aplay: device_list:268: No sound card found... after using aplay l. Following the Ubuntu troubleshooting guide below, I installed apt install linux-generic and after reboot it found my soundcard from VirtualBox in Ubuntu Server 20.04 from ova.
Try the following steps from the shell:
sudo cryptsetup isLuks /dev/sdb5 -v
sudo cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sdb5 newhd
sudo lvscan # Check if LVs are active.
sudo vgchange -ay # Activate LVs if not active.
sudo lvdisplay # List logical volumes (note the LV Path).
sudo mount /dev/ubuntu-vg/root /mnt
mount # List mounted filesystems.
xdg-open /mnt # Open in file ...
If this is a "per user" mount and not a system-wide mount, rather than using mount --bind or creating an /etc/fstab entry, why not use a symlink?
ln --symbolic target_dir access_point_of_target_dir
Add this line to the bottom of your user's .profile file to have it available automagically on login, without creating a system-wide fstab entry, and ...
To solve the random freezing (which is caused by the current driver), follow these steps:
Install the latest NVIDIA Xorg driver:
sudo apt install xserver-xorg-video-nvidia-495
Or find another one via: sudo apt search nvidia.
Select that driver in Additional Drivers tab (Software & Updates).
Restart Xorg or reboot.
Ensure the driver ...
For linux based systems it is happens because amd drivers and grub bootloader may be corrupted.
It can be resolved through the following commands:-
sudo apt-get install grub-efi
sudo apt-get install amd64-microcode
may differ for amd varities
(try apt-cache search amd // then choose your preferable microcode)
sudo apt-get install gamemode-daemon //for ...
If you need something super quick and simple, try
which gives you the wall clock time from when you run the command to when you press the ENTER key again. (The read command reads a line of input from STDIN.)
I confirmed that sakell's solution above works on ubuntu 20.04 LTS in a macbook pro a1502 (year 2014), where the solution of installing QasMixer is in the youtube video link given by sakell: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNI485CczNQ
For a macbook pro, a1502 (2014), I tried many solutions including directly using alsa mixer, etc, and editing files and ...
I had the issue on my Ubuntu VM installed on a Mac. I did the following to resolve the issue:
In Virtual Box Settings -> Advanced -> Controller IDE and make it empty.
Start the Ubuntu VM, open the terminal, run the following two commands, and restart:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install build-essential gcc make perl dkms
Almost had an answer.
I upgraded my Ubuntu 14.04 to 16.04. Update and upgrade commands malfunctioned. I could not find a solution anywhere. The only thing that worked for me was:
sudo rm -r /var/lib/apt/lists/*
That seemed to upgrade me to Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic, though with some errors.
I do what they said https://askubuntu.com/a/769547/1505994 and I see my files in terminal
I decided to copy my files by command and hope later when I connect my usb to windows system its work
During transfring my files I used touch command and next time I clicked on my usb it opened
It's technically NOT possible to adjust the default brightness of a standard terminal in Linux, but if it were possible to modify the /sys/backlight/*/brightness file, you could change the brightness.
The /sys filesystem will complain of input/output errors if you attempt to write to files in the /sys directory. The system also may revert to other ...
Paraphrased and abridged, from How to undervolt Intel i-series CPU in Linux:
sudo apt install python3-pip
pip 20.0.2 from /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/pip (python 3.8)
Install undervolt package
sudo pip3 install undervolt
pip3 show undervolt