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Unable to boot in Linux system. Having issue with partition mount

So I fixed this issue. The reason for not booting was low space on disk. From error screen I logged into tty mode and then reinstalled Ubuntu desktop. This fixed th issue.
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Unable to boot in Linux system. Having issue with partition mount

I would recommend booting into your live CD and try to run the command: fsck -Av /dev/nvme0n1p4 (assuming nvme0n1p4 is the drive your Linux OS is present on) This is the fsck or Filesystem Consistency ...
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Why there is no password to root under Recovery Mode?

Considering this is an old topic, being able to go into Recovery Mode & rooting saved my Desktop multiple times from crashes, corrupted driver installs (gpu) or any other problems where my desktop ...
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Startup script not executing

Your commands to manipulate the touchpad's settings require an X server user session already running which is not the case during boot nor for the root user on Ubuntu. The best way to run such a ...
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Startup script not executing

You execute the command as the root user, not your regular user account. Tis probably has the effect that the configuration is performed for the root-user. Try to use your touchpad as the root user ...
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Open vscode as superuser ubuntu 22.04

If the VSCode version is v1.58 or later, the In addition to the --user-data-dir option, the --no-sandbox option is required. In other words, the command is as follows: $ sudo code --user-data-dir=&...
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How do commands determine whether we have the necessary privileges to perform an action?

The system doesn't just check if you can execute the command, there are many commands you can execute. The OS checks if whether you have the rights to make the change you're trying to make. If you do ...
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Is it possible to recover a deleted directory?

Install testdisk, thank me later. Works about 99% of the time.The time that it didn't is when you got unlucky and the ftrim ran on your SSD/NVME. Just keep this program installed on your machine. It ...
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How to delete the root crontab in the GRUB command line?

Before you do anything too drastic, try booting from a live system (e.g. the Ubuntu installer ISO written on a USB stick), mount the root filesystem from that broken installation and try to repair ...
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Is screen capable of displaying a root process?

You only need root to change a system wide variable. Enable Hugepages This will increase your hashing performance: Edit the file /etc/sysctl.conf using your preferred editor, use sudo to elevate your ...
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