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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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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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First day experience with Fedora 20.view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Regarding first day efforts with F20. I have an Intel Atom, It is pure Intel all the way. 1 gig memory and 160g drive. It is just larger than a tablet, and that is fine for me. With F19, I was able to have brightness working. With F20, nothing. I tried to reinstall F20 over the F20 beta, to test if that would bring something new, but it did not. (HowTos)

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Norton Ghost and SSDview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – Does anyone know exactly how Norton Ghost writes to a ssd? Looking to ghost image a 128gb ssd with single partition with 25gb of data. Obviously the ghost image will be 25gb and the partition info will be 128gb. *** So when doing a restore. (Hardware)

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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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How to remove old kernels on CentOS 6 (to free up boot partition)? [duplicate]view story

http://serverfault.com – This question already has an answer here: How to free up space on RHEL6 /boot safely? 2 answers How does one determine which kernels to remove in order to free up some space on /boot partition. Here is a scenario (some backgroun (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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Help mounting an External HDD for use with Media Serverview story

http://askubuntu.com – I'm almost finished setting up my Plex Media Server, but I've gone wrong somewhere trying to mount my External 1.5TB (sdc)... (HowTos)

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Boot Repair - 'Close all package managers...' Dual Boot Installationview story

http://askubuntu.com – After almost a week I've just about manged to install Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS alongside Windows 8 on a Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook. I have created a partition in Windows to store Ubuntu, rebooted from Windows Advanced Start Up options menu to an EFI USB containing Ubuntu. I've installed Ubuntu on my chosen partition with 4GB swap area also set aside. During the install i get this error message: The 'grub- (HowTos)