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|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 11:37pm On May 30|
The stories of VM performance been too slow is outdated in my view. It all depends on the host machine running the VM. Today's laptops with good specs ie 16GB & above and an i7 or even i5 processor will run a VM well. Of cos nothings beats running the OS directly on the machine but trust me there are so many systems today running VMs than ever before. Just give it ago, that is why it is a VM
PS: As I type I am running several virtual machines in this OS/VM; https://www.proxmox.com/en/. It is basically an OS that manages all your virtual machines and can run headless.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by maleekstarboy1: 11:16am On May 31|
Tool-X Installer in Termux and Linux
Tool-X is a kali-linux tools that is used for hacking, it is an essential tools that can be used by hackers to enumerate information during Penetration testing.
Kali-linux unlike others like Ubuntu/Termux(Andriod Devices), Debian etc. are Operating Systems that are used by hackers to easily gain access to data, the reason to this is the fact kali linux and others have been made with some useful tools that make this process easy.
How to Install here
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 6:41am On Jun 01|
Virtual Machine gaming
GPU Passthrough Guide
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 3:41pm On Jun 03|
Pls I downloaded ubuntu 20.04 LTS and it was not in .Iso format instead it was in a hybrid iso when i tried to create a bootable usb, it booted from the usb but i couldn't use the try ubuntu,immediately i clicked it, it shut down. Now my question is how do i burn it to a cd do i leave it in the hybrid iso or convert to .iso and how do i use the try ubuntu?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 6:46pm On Jun 04|
I will suggest you download the iso file and then use Ventoy tool (ventoy.net/en/index.html) on your USB where you dont need to "burn" the iso file. Just copy and paste the iso in a "Ventoyed" USB and you can boot the USB and load as many .iso files on that USB. Try Ventoy out and thank me later.
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|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 9:46pm On Jun 04|
Gargoylesmiles:thanks i used rufus
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Gargoylesmiles(m): 11:34pm On Jun 04|
Glad everything worked out well for you. Rufus is a good bootable USB tool but my recommended solution was that you stop "writing" ISOs as you did Rufus when you start using Ventoy. You just copy and paste. It is a better solution in my view.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by jessyb: 11:43am On Jun 05|
Get your brand new apartments!
One bedroom apartment for 4.850m
3 bedroom apartment for 12.5m
In Lagos mainland ( isolo)
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 10:16pm On Jun 11|
Pls How do I install .tar.bz2 programs on ubuntu 20.04
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Deicide: 10:18pm On Jun 11|
chidoziekingsley:extract it and screenshot the files inside and post it here
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 10:22pm On Jun 11|
Deicide:I will to post it tomorrow because I can'tell post pictures on nairaland with a phone
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 7:16am On Jun 12|
Deicide:here is the screenshot
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 7:23am On Jun 12|
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Deicide: 12:35pm On Jun 12|
chidoziekingsley:ok open your terminal on that folder.
chmod +x assaultcube.sh
if executed successfully
To install the programme or run it
Alternatively you can open the readme file in that folder the installation process would be there
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 6:58am On Jun 13|
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 6:54pm On Jun 21|
Pls I can't log in to my dual boot of Ubuntu and Windows.
Any time I try to log in, after entering password and clicking enter it just loads and returns back to the login page.
And the password is correct and I can't even login and do anything
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 7:22pm On Jun 24|
laptop battery information:
upower -i /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_BAT0
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by blackweaver(m): 6:09pm On Jun 25|
What if you type ctrl+alt+f1 and login to the terminal? Do you get any error?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by chidoziekingsley(m): 6:56am On Jun 26|
blackweaver:Thanks for helping but I have fixed it.
I couldn't log in to the shell mode so when I was in grub boot menu I choose advanced option for ubuntu.
After that I choose root access and then sudo apt-get purge chrome-remote-desktop.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 8:36pm On Jun 29|
[quote author=Franklyn4 post=91151030][/quote]
But why did you think it was a good idea to post these videos on this thread?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by miqos02(m): 9:29am On Jun 30|
Laptop hard drives available 500gb, 1tb , 2tb
Laptop memory available 4gb, 8gb and 16gb
External hard drives available 1tb, 2tb ,4tb, 5tb, 8tb, 10tb
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by select4you: 11:31am On Jun 30|
Last month only I bought and new laptop but was facing the same issue.
Thanks for help, After reading have solved my issue with my laptop.
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 6:34pm On Jul 04|
I've had decent performance with KVM instead of using virtualbox or VMware
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by Edopesin(m): 7:54pm On Jul 04|
What product are you using
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 9:59pm On Jul 04|
i presume you mean which distro i run?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by blackweaver(m): 5:24pm On Jul 06|
AshipaEk0:Really? On ubuntu? Or are you using Ubuntu server?
Haven't tried KvM in a long time. Do you use kqemu or what?
What's the specs of your pc?
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by AshipaEk0: 6:31pm On Jul 06|
Ubuntu = Yes
Server = No
KVM bare metal hypervisor built-in Linux kernel, with VirtIO
Specs= 5th Gen i7, 12Gb Ram, Integrated Graphics, SSD
|Re: Ubuntu Linux by blackweaver(m): 7:46pm On Jul 06|
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