Stump the installer. Last week we had another challenging install at the local installfest in that most installer programs would not see the HDD sda. server did work but no desktop versions. after going home I found this link http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2003675 checked and verified and even and format and new partition tables the drive still thought it was part of the raid. sudo dmraid -E -r /dev/sda fixed it and then all installer programs seemed to work fine
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2. Under the Navigation upper left header click on Blogs
3. Create new blog entry
4. Create a Title
5. Write Your blog in the Body box
6. Add one or several categorizes in the Tags Box (Which group will be able to see it
7. Add a attachment if you have one in the File attachments
8. Click Preview
9. Look over the Preview trimmed version and Preview full version and edit if necessary in the Body box
10. Click Save
Playing DVDs used to be easy just install Ubuntu restricted extras or install VLC media player but at several recent installfests this did not work. Thanks to wmack he found the answer in the links below. Due a legal change you now must Buy the Fluendo DVD Player or open the Ubuntu Software Center search for and install libdvdread4 and libdvdnav4 and/or Ubuntu restricted extras then just copy and paste the folloiwing in a terminal
legal issues aside this will make it play and work
The inaugural Sierra Vista Ubuntu Hour was held from 1730-1830 on 24 July 2014 at the Sierra Vista Public Library foyer. There were four Arizona Loco team members in attendance, three of which drove from the Phoenix area to ensure the success of this inaugural event. Two people stopped by and expressed an interest in having Ubuntu installed on their computer. I will accomodate them this next week. A good time was had by all present before, during, and after the Ubuntu Hour.
One of my recent projects was built around an Intel Atom system. One of its functions was to be a wireless access point. The chip that was in use was an Ralink 8192, hooked up through a USB port. A lot of clients (Windows, Android, iPhone) either dropped the connection frequently, or wouldn't connect at all.
This block describes a remedy.
I tend to be on #ubuntu to help others. Today, an interesting question
popped up, how do I clean the old linux images and headers?
Each linux image / header has its own dir in /usr/src/
Let's start, uname -a ... do NOT remove this image
Let's do a sudo apt-get update ... make sure it is clean
If, for some reason, you get errors, try sudo apt-get -f install (fix broken)
Let's get a list of all the images, dpkg -l | grep linux-image