So I was on the computer today when it said not all updates where installed and I clicked on partial upgrade and then it popped up as distribution upgrade but what it shows me looks just like just a steam and a kernel upgrade or is it a legit distribution upgrade.
I don't want to upgrade to 13.04 until it's release date
I'm looking to upgrade the memory in my Pangolin and just wondering what the maximum amount is, what speed it is and if possible what brand memory was originally used. The last one's not really that important I'm just a little anal about keeping all the memory from the same source. I currently have 6gb but have been having to run a lot of VMs lately and would like to allocate more memory to them.
I've been using Ubuntu on my laptop for awhile now. Not quite used to it yet. I've got a Acer Aspire with an orig 4 gig mem/500 gig HDD. Running 12.04 presently 32 bit sys. I have the 13.04 upgrade disc and want to upgrade my memory to 8 Gig. Everytime I install the 8 gig memory, the system won't boot to either version.
So originally, I had 2.0 GB of free space on my Nexus 7. I decided to install a game, Thor: The Dark World, which takes up about 1.55GB of memory. After installing it, I'm notified that I have "Insufficient Memory Available." I go to Settings and then Apps to go and uninstall the game so I can get more memory, but it's not there and it says I only have 518MB of storage left.
Today when i started backtrack it requested to upgrade the system.I made the upgrade and after the 10 minutes the upgrade crashed and also the internet.Now when i want to execute apt-get upgrade it says 0 upgraded,0 newly installed,- to remove and 188 not upgraded.It does not want to upgrade.
My upgrade manager prompted me for an upgrade to 12.10 from 12.04. So, clicked on upgrade. It has been 4+ hours now and the system is still trying to upgrade. The progress bar is still at around 10%. So, it may take more than 24 hours to upgrade. This compared to a clean build which might have taken less than an hour.