This is my second attempt at installing Ubuntu. In my first attempt, I selected "download updates" and "install third-party components"; in my second attempt, I deselected both. Still experiencing the same problem.
In my first attempt, I selected "skip" and the installation completed, but language support was incomplete.
I have an ubuntu 12.04(?) file server with a 6 device array, 5 active, with software raid5 and lvm, which had a second hdd fail while making my backups. I have spent many hours attempting to get it operational enough to pull the rest of my data off, but I am not knowledgable enough to get it working again (if possible).
Hi, I recently got a new laptop and had been using ubuntu 11.10 quite happily on it for around 2 months but had been having a recurring problem with poor sound quality when listening to music. I made an amateurish attempt at improving this with the help of responses to previous queries addressing sound issues in ubuntu.
When I attempt to login to a Linux server integrated into Active Directory with one bad password attempt, my account gets locked out. Our password lockout policy in Active Directory locks out accounts after 3 bad password attempts. The Linux server is running RHEL.
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I just picked up a used HP 5400c to utilize for basic scanning purposes. The problem? Xsane and Simple Scan don't work... just what I wanted to see after the Lexmark I also have didn't work. Nice, nice, nice...
So, how can I get this thing rolling? I'm not too sure what all there is to do considering HP's site had no drivers and HPLIP doesn't support it.
I've got a medion MD20165 20" touch screen.
I've installed Ubuntu Server 11.10 on my pc,
also i've installed xdm and lxde.
It's nice and light,
i'm using an old pc with a pIII and 256 mb ram.
Thanks to the combi of the lightweight ubuntu and the light lxde, it's works nice and fast!
If i use Standard Ubuntu it's slower than sirup.
(Takes 5 min to boot, 2 min for unity (of gnome) to re
I've just installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and after a little work, I found out I want to have it dualbooting with Windows 7. After more work, the forums and posts say it's a good idea to have Windows on first, then add Ubuntu.