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Ubuntu won't boot from EXT HDD on Desktop, but it does on my Laptop?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – Recently installed Ubuntu 13.10 on an EXT HDD I bought. The EXT HDD is called: "WD My Passport" and it's got a storage size of 500GB. I installed it from a USB drive on my desktop, installing it to a 150GB size partition on my EXT HDD. After installing, I rebooted my desktop, and it worked! After installing a few programs (playonlinux, ubuntu tweak tool, etc.), I also changed the graphics driver (HowTos)

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Can't Upgrade Fedora 19 to 20view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi, this is my first post. For weeks I have been looking forward to the new release of Fedora 20. Today, I tried to upgrade from Fedora 19 to Fedora 20 ,and I did not have good results. To start the upgrade, I typed this command using su to gain root access: fedup --network 20 --debuglog fedupdebug.log Everything seems to go normally until it asks me to reboot. (HowTos)

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FedUp F19->F20 fails after rebootview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I'm trying to upgrade my F19 using FedUp. FedUp completes nicely, produces a looong log that as far as I can grep, doesn't contain any warnings or errors. One repo (flash) failed to update, but that shouldn't be a problem. After I reboot, GRUB correctly gives an option to upgrade, which I selected. Boot-related info runs on the screen for a few seconds. (HowTos)

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Fedora 19->20 fedup upgrade failsview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I have been running F19 on this system without problems. Today, I wanted to upgrade to 20. I ran a yum update to make sure the system was up to date. A lot of packages were updated despite the fact that my last update was about a week ago but it seemed to go without problems. I rebooted, did a "yum install fedup", then ran another yum update to make sure everything was set. (HowTos)

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Ubuntu Studio doesn't boot properlyview story

http://askubuntu.com – I installed Ubuntu Studio 13.10 from within a live USB stick, and I installed it alongside Windows. However, when I boot up my computer now, I only get a bare shell with the following text: GNU Grub version 2.00-19ubuntu2.1 Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists possible device or file completions. (HowTos)

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Netboot and install from internetview story

http://askubuntu.com – I am trying to do this ,like the title says. I have retrieved the 2 necessary files and placed them in /boot Then I rebooted, went into Grub2 Now however, i am not getting grub to recognise the paths. (HowTos)

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Ubuntu wont boot from External HDD (grub menu shows)view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Recently installed Ubuntu 13.10 on an EXT HDD I bought. The EXT HDD is called: "WD My Passport" and it's got a storage size of 500GB. I installed it from a USB drive on my desktop, installing it to a 150GB size partition on my EXT HDD. After installing, I rebooted my desktop, and it worked! (Hardware)

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"install alongside windows" deleted, possibly erased windows partitionview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – After previous installation failures(described further below), I finally had the option to install ubuntu alongside windows. I proceeded with that, and upon boot, there were no partitions found. (Hardware)

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Peculiar GNOME / display resolution issue 13.1 upgradeview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hardware: Acer Aspire 5536, 4GB RAM, 320 GB hard disk, AMD Athlon X2 64, ATI Radeon graphics. Did a live upgrade from 12.3 to 13.1 by opting for Download first and then upgrade. Took me nearly 12 hours. After that, GRUB option 1, i.e., standard 13.1, does not boot fully. It goes to a white screen with a sad face saying something like "something went wrong, sorry'. (HowTos)

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Changing root password with an encrypted file systemview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi everyone I've ran into a problem doing a mudane task of trying to reset my root password. Basically I was trying to reset my root pass so I set the parameters in GRUB to be 1 (for userlevel) When I went to boot and typed in my password for the decrypting the file system, it went into a service called maintenance mode. It asked for the root password to do stuff which I do not have. (HowTos)