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|Re: Ubuntu Linux by purplekayc(m): 9:00am On May 01|
Gargoylesmiles:its just the mormal debian start up. The PC only boots from the SATA 1 connector
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 3:54pm On May 01|
I know it only boots from SATA1 but it should capture both OS in the PC exvept you wiped out Windows during the installation of the Linux OS
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by purplekayc(m): 4:00pm On May 01|
Gargoylesmiles:Am taking about two separate hdds
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 4:09pm On May 01|
I know you are talking about 2 HDDs. DO you have a partition manager in your Linux distro to verify if your Win OS still exist?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by purplekayc(m): 4:13pm On May 01|
Gargoylesmiles:i installed grub during the installation process
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 11:59pm On May 01|
Then if MS Win was in that PC when you were installing the Linux OS, grub would have detected MS Win and give you an option to boot into it on start up. Is that not the case?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by purplekayc(m): 8:42am On May 02|
Gargoylesmiles:. Actually, the windows hdd wasn't connected when I installed Linux, I installed them separately.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 6:51pm On May 02|
That right there is your issue my friend. I think there is so solution though.
You need to make sure both are plugged in. Boot into Linux and run grub.
You need to scan the entire system with grub to find all OS, that way grub can discover Windows.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by purplekayc(m): 8:01pm On May 02|
Gargoylesmiles:hiw do I do that
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 12:03am On May 03|
Let us continue the discussion on Telegram.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by purplekayc(m): 1:01am On May 03|
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by masterfactor(m): 11:42am On May 03|
is there an internet download manager for Linux that is equivalent to the one on windows, I am using manjero KDE plasma
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Deicide: 6:12pm On May 03|
masterfactor:Xtreme download manager
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 5:22am On May 04|
I use the download manager extension/plugin on Firefox called Downthemall in place of installing a standalone download manager app.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 8:24am On May 07|
Saw this quote in an article:
"The Plasma desktop environment has, without Akonadi, become just as light in resource usage as Xfce, perhaps even lighter."
Pretty surprised. Haven't tried KDE in many years.
My interest is piqued
Is there anyone here who runs KDE at present?
would you agree with this claim?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Itzhandy: 4:26pm On May 07|
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|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 6:07pm On May 07|
I cant say I have done this comparison to know if KDE is as light as xfce but I can say using KDE Neon for close to a year now has been a smooth experience and yes it feels light on the system. Give any KDE distro a try and see for yourself.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Engineersolutio: 3:38pm On May 09|
Please i just need truth and nothing but the truth can someone that have used or know someone that have used Romoss power bank tell me the truth about the power bank, I need long lasting power bank, you can also suggest another one for me, thanks.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by adibo(m): 8:40am On May 11|
Engineersolutio:It is very good, I have been using it for years, presently using the 20,000 MAH, just that it takes hours to charge, which is kind of normal due to the size
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 10:22am On May 11|
For penguin users who also dabble into android rom tweaking/dev and such things
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Edopesin(m): 3:04pm On May 17|
forgive my ignorance I'm an extreme noob
I want to run Kali Linux from a bootable USB but I don't know what memory I will be using, will it be my The free space on the USB or my PC drives
thanks in advance
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 11:26pm On May 20|
Depends on how you installed the Kali on the USB.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 11:27pm On May 20|
Extreme Noobs don't run Kali btw, so i hope you were just being generous with that self description............
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Edopesin(m): 9:03am On May 21|
it was an overstatement
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by jessyb: 12:20pm On May 23|
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|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 8:46am On May 25|
Is it Linux compatible?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by drealcivilceno: 9:00pm On May 25|
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by jessyb: 5:42pm On May 29|
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|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 6:31pm On May 30|
I need first hand views on running guest OSes in Virtual Box
Is this a feasible idea these days?
Last i tried Virtualbox a few years ago, the performance was too poor, especially graphics wise. couldn't run any sort of games in a VM for instance, no matter how much resources was available to the VM
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