Missing Ubuntu partition folder, cant load ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 5, 2010
I have installed ubuntu-9.10 into my notebook hp-pavilion, DV2013. I have done dual boot setting with the other OS is windows XP.
The problem I am facing now is that I when i start ubuntu the only thing that comes up is Grub-1.97 black screen. I cant go into desktop mode.
The windows xp starts fine and when I check the ubuntu folder in C-drive it has about 691mb only, all the others files is missing.
In the C-drive ubuntu folder this is the only things that left:
4)uninstall wubi application
The problem started when my power supply cord disconnected twice while I am using ubuntu. The laptop battery wasn't fixed during this time.
All my work is missing, anyone PLEASE help...
best ubuntu wallpaper
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 8, 2013
nice ubuntu wallpaper white snow ubuntu : DOWNLOAD
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 11, 2012
Tanong ko lang kung pano lagyan ng password yung pagpalit ng wallpaper sa ubuntu.
Nagwork ako sa callcenter company at gusto ko sana gawing parepareho mga wallpaper ng agent namin.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 5, 2012
Everyone want a cool Wallpaper, right?
So I decided to make one. Actually I didn't make it all by myself. I took the background of one picture with Ubuntu logo and replace the logo with logo which I drew in Inkscape. The size of the Wallpaper is 1920x1080
Edit: The fastest link:http://cami-daura.s3.amazonaws.com/i...on/34o34vc.jpg
Keep in mind you have my permission to download it, and share it with others, if you want to.
I hope you like it.
Where Do I Find The Wallpaper Folder In Oneiric?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 18, 2011
Does anyone know where to find the wallpaper folder in Ubuntu Oneiric 11.10?
I am not fond of how the wallpaper is changed in Oneiric from Natty. When I add a custom wallpaper via "Appearance" settings, it places it in the "Pictures Folder" drop-down menu choice where I have a gazillion pictures.
I would like to copy them to the default folder where Oneiric is grabbing the pictures from so I can select them from the "Wallpaper" choice.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
Ubuntu Samba folder permission
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 27, 2007
I need a bit of help here. I have installed Ubuntu Server edition dual boot with Windows XP.
I mounted my shared partition on fat32.
When it is booted in Ubuntu, the users (all windows) can't access to it, only the first user i created can. I managed to let another user access the shared folders in Ubuntu (the fat32 partition), and added that user in Samba (smbpassword -a username). Then edited the smbconfig, and gave write list and valid users those two usernames. But my second user can't access anything yet, he/she can access those folders when logged on in ubuntu, but not over the network with Samba's username and password.
Am i making myself clear? Can anyone help?
Thank you very much!!
Ubuntu One folder syncing with other Ubuntu based distros?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 29, 2010
I use Ubuntu Lucid on my desktop box, and would like to seed the contents of some folders to my Zepto Znote V11a netbook and to my IBM laptop, both of which are running Peppermint Ice. Is this possible and how do I go about getting this to function?
Dawn of Ubuntu wallpaper slideshow for Hardy
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 7, 2008
A neat feature that was quietly added to GNOME 2.22 is time-lapsed backgrounds; essentially a nice slideshow for your background image. Works best with very long transitions and very few keyframes.
This immediately had me thinking about the Dawn of Ubuntu wallpaper, and its two variants Night of Ubuntu and Ubuntu Spring. I popped them together into a little slideshow, and am quite pleased with the results
This slideshow ("Day of Ubuntu") gradually changes over time with a fading transition, continually providing a unique view that perfectly reflects the time of day!
Unfortunately, the images cannot use relative paths at the moment, so you have to place them as directed. Copy day_of_ubuntu to /usr/share/backgrounds (sudo cp day_of_ubuntu /user/share/backgrounds/day_of_ubuntu), then add day_of_ubuntu.xml as a wallpaper.
Read Readme for more information.
(Also unfortunately, it seems that I must set an arbitrary day, mo
home ubuntu partition folder permission changed from fedora disable my login in ubunt
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 14, 2009
i installed fedora11 on a 25G partition and the rest of my files are in a 135G partition with ubuntu installed , and i was changing the permissions from fedora so i could access to all of my files from fedora (now i know that i cant access to everything) but in the moment i change the permissions to root in fedora next time login in ubuntu it shows a message saying that home directory does not have the right permission etc etc ..well i used the recovery mode and used chmod to change the permissions back , well the next time i tried to login it shows me another message saying that home directory could not be found an ask me if a want to use root as home directory, i click yes and the only thing that shows is the default ubuntu desktop background and nothing else...
These are the thing that i already tried:
- Look for the answer on google.
- look at this forum.
- use the recovery mode to enter but i cant find my original home drectory, i look for home and none of my files are t
Could Ubuntu's folder structure be like this?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 13, 2012
Could Ubuntu's folder structure be like this?
The new version, code-named "Beefy Miracle", includes a controversial change which provoked lengthy debate within the Linux world during Fedora 17 development – the new Fedora does away with the /lib/, /lib64/, /bin/ and /sbin/ directories. In Fedora 17, all of the files which were previously located in these directories are now in similarly named sub-directories of /usr/. To ensure backwards compatibility, the deleted directories have been replaced with symbolic links that point to the new directories.
What if we play with the same idea and place those directories in /usr?
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