Mike
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Add more disk space for linux from windows in a dual bootable machine
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The way to solve this problem really depends on how much you care about your windows partition. Option 1 - you don't really care about your windows partition: Shut down your PC with the DVD drive ...

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Gnome Flashback desktop icons stuck in "auto arrange icons"
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The developer offered a link that shows that at this time, this is the only implemented behavior for the flashback session. Link: gnome-flashback issue #41 Thanks.

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How to get a terminal with networking capability? How to recover after breaking NVIDIA driver?
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What are the chances that I would need both answers to find a solution to this problem?! Thanks to Nisheet and guntbert for your answers! you guys really helped. However each answer on it's own did ...

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Bluetooth Broadcom BCM20702 does not load firmware (driver issue) - 14.04
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To fix the issue of firmware not working for a Broadcom Bluetooth you need to perform two steps (1) see: Bluetooth Broadcom 43142 isn't working, and (2) uninstall 'Blueman'. In my post I already ...

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Two serial ports (RS232 & RS422) conflicting with each other. /dev/ttyUSB crash
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This was an electrical issue, and not an O/S issue. I wired the serial port of the device to the serial side of the USB to RS485 converter as per the manufacturer's doc, in the following manner: Tx- ...

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how to assign serial port name using rules.d?
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The answers offered by @steeldriver and @Jean-Marie are both spot on and the SYMLINK="ttyUSB5" did work. Essentially it created a link that is a pointer to the name the system creates for the port. ...

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NVIDIA x server - "sudo nvidia config" does not generate a working 'xorg.config'
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I kept at this problem for a very long time (minimum 150 hours in effort over 14 months). Everything I tried didn't fly; and I tried so many things. I even hired a programmer to complete this ...

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trouble booting 14.04 from USB
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I would perform a MD5 check to make sure the .ISO file you are downloading is good. The procedure is here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM (do the manual procedure its fast and easy). ...

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