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rescue mode: df -kh doesn't reflect all mounted file systemsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I booted my Ubuntu13.04 in rescue mode. I selected and entered as root in shell prompt. Only "/" (root fs) was mounted which rightly reflected in the output of Code: df -kh I mounted my home (/home) partition and it was successfully mounted. I traversed through that partition. But the above command , i.e. Code: df -kh didn't show that. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] General question about Crouton installation.view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am a total newb to Ubuntu Linux, but I am liking it so far. Like many, my main reason for giving it a try is that I got an Acer C7 Chromebook that I wanted to be able to use offline programs with. I have tried both ChrUbuntu and Crouton with it, and right now I am using Crouton with XFCE. I would like to know if anyone knows where and how Crouton is installed exactly? (Hardware)

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[ubuntu] un-partitioning a drive?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, all - I have a system with a disk that hosts two OSs: ubuntu and Windows 7. I now want to add a second disk, to be my new boot disk for Windows. Once I transfer my Windows stuff to the new disk, I'd like to get the space on the old drive freed up by deleting the partition or whatever I have to do. So: 1. (Hardware)

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Folder sizes differ within two copied NTFS file trees (using ntfs-3g)view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a NTFS partition, that I previously used with a Windows machine. I installed ntfs-3g as a filesystem driver in CentOS, then mounted the drive. I copy the contents (cp) to a different NTFS partition, also mounted. Now, using ll, I can see between the source and destination that some folders are 0 whereas the same folder on the other partition is (usually) 4096 bytes. (HowTos)

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Hide windows 7 partition from Ubuntu 12.04 USBview story

http://askubuntu.com – I am so hopelessly tired of following posts on all forums including this one. I only want my windows 7 partition to be invisible from my Ubuntu 12.04 which I install and run from a USB flash drive. I tried all those fstab posts and nothing works. Everything needs so many commands. Can someone help me to do this task ? Thanks a billion. (HowTos)

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Hide windows 7 partition from Ubuntu 12.04 USBview story

http://superuser.com – I am so hopelessly tired of following posts on all forums regarding my issue. I only want my windows 7 partition to be invisible from my Ubuntu 12.04 which I install and run from a USB flash drive. I tried all those fstab posts and nothing works. Everything needs so many commands. Can someone help me to do this task ? Thanks a billion. (HowTos)

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System LVM cannot find physical volumes, but rescue disk canview story

http://superuser.com – I have an old AMD box that I use mostly for experimenting stuff, and it runs Debian unstable. (HowTos)

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[Grub] booting live usb sectors in an extended partitionview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey guys, as you can see in the title I've got a question for you today. This is also my first post on the forums! First of all, this is how my external hdd looks like right now: current state (you may ignore the internal HDD windows 7) I want to make this extended partition bootable by using grub to have a choice of which live usb I can access at any given time. (HowTos)

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Questions I need answers to on Mepis.view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – First off a little background. I was running Ubuntu 12.04 untill last week when the hard drive exploded. (I hated Ubuntu anyway). I contacted a member here for help (rokytnji) witch he is supplying by sending me some distros (Mepis, AntiX,?). (HowTos)

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openSUSE ARM Gets new Raspberry Pi Imagesview story

http://news.opensuse.org – Sadly, the sticker doesn’t fit… Over the weekend, Bernhard Wiedemann has been working on new armv6 based images for the Raspberry Pi. It is built using a set of alternative build scripts aiming to make the building of the image easier. He’s put the scripts as well as an image online, you can get it from oSC or here (image) and here (scripts). (Distributions)