Mulish microSD cardview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I hope i chose right section. (Hardware)

Multiple problems with Sandisk SSD & Samsung SSD on Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 motherboardview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have an odd problem that I don't know how to fix. My PC consists of an Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 motherboard, to which three HDDs are attached: Port 1: WDC 2TB HDD Port 2: Samsung SSD 840 EVO 1TB Port 4: SanDisk SDSSDH2256G (picture: 2014-10-19 12.31.09.jpg) When I turn on my PC for the first time of the day, and it tries to boot from the SanDisk SSD, the message I'm usually greeted with (Hardware)

Dual Boot OSX 14.04.1 on MacPro Retina 11,2 - Unsure of instructionsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – New to this. Following instructions here: I have bootable USB with Ubuntu 14.04.1 (the NON-MAC 64 BIT, per instructions). I created a 35GB partition for Ubuntu on the MacPro (running OSX 10.9 (Maverick)) using Disk Utility. I have been able to boot into Ubuntu by holding down Option key on restart. (Hardware)

Grub - Unknown Filesystemview story

http://crunchbang.org – Warning: tl;dr I may have missed stuff...Installing GRUB to a GPT disk requires a "BIOS boot partition", identified in gdisk by the filesystem type "ef02"Due to the vagaries of disk partitioning, it is best to create this partition last -- so you're in luck there Use gdisk to create a new partition in sectors 34-2047 of type "EF02"GRUB should install to this:http (HowTos)

VeraCrypt compability? (Cross OS full disk encryption)view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm wondering what's recommended full disk encryption method for external drives which are being used with Windows and Ubuntu / Linux? I used to prefer TrueCrypt, but now there's VeraCrypt which is open source. So is it possible to get vera crypt packages for Ubuntu / Debian? Any other thoughts about it? - Thank you (Hardware)

Computer boots into GRUB2. How to boot into Windows directly?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi everyone, When I turn on my computer, grub2 starts automatically. It doesn't give me an option, I just turn on my computer and GRUB2 immediately pops on my screen. I tried booting Windows using a variety of commands (trying to set root and then booting that, but I kept getting errors and more and more frustrated). Anyway, seems that if I write exit, then Windows will load. (Hardware)

Designing the silent-cool-hardcode-gaming SFF case: is it really that hard?view story

http://hardforum.com – True SFF gaming's first principle should be about fitting high end components without compromises of any kind. Only when this stage is accomplished you can seek to minimize unused space, create airflow path and maintain silent operation. It seems most manufacturers do this the other way around these days if at all. I don't think Steam machines style cases is the direction we should be going. (Hardware)

Make directory used as mount point read-onlyview story

http://www.unix.com – For my backup , I mount and external hard disk to /mnt/mybackup and then I do an rsync to /mnt/mybackup If for some reason the rsync fails, I want to prevent it from writing data on the server hard disk itself since the external hard disk will no longer be mounted on it. I want /mnt/mybackup directory to be read-only and when my external device (e.g /dev/sda1) is mounted on it then I want it to (HowTos)

move files that match column 8 from lsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey all. As with most things in Linux, there are more than a few ways to skin a cat for a particular task. (HowTos)

Mounting a Hard Diskview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – All the previous entries for this that I can find are all at least 10 years old. I am working in Linux Mint 17 Qiana KDE ver 4.13.1. I am trying to mount several hard drives that are not recognized by Dolphin. I have tried to make a directory in the mnt directory in order to have a place for the drive once it is mounted. I consistently get a message "Permission denied". (HowTos)