Thank you Wizard for guidance on where to properly post support questions. I assume this area gives an opportunity for personal communication. I trust your shoulder will heal gently and properly. I look forward to your future assists with my installation issue. Be Well.
i just downloaded debian strech and its working flawlessly
i cloned linuxcnc-plasmac then cd to linuxcnc-plasmac/debian
and then ./configure -a (]it says no realtime kernals found)
also installed realtime kernal linux-image-18.104.22.168-rt
also tried to booting it from grub boot screen but after boot it says same ( no realtime kernals found)
I have made no progress with my scrambled eggs Ubuntu in my hp laptop. I have not been able to even reboot to get this mess under control. I need to find out two things: (1) how can I get Ubuntu to move the entire contents of the built in hard drive to my 350 gb external hard drive, and (2) how can I get the 18.10 to mount?
Hi Wiz. Good news is I had the new 1TB internal SSD installed. Even lent them my new factory 18.3 thumb drive to install. Bad news is they used an 18.1 Mint the apparently had in their shop not wanting to use mine and follow my instructions. So all our hard work and planning got set aside and nothing on my monitor is familiar. I can't even find Timeshift. Can you help, Chris?
Sorry mate, but I could not find the correct section about hardware, so I posted my question here.
I have a AMD A10-5800k APU and had a graphics card with 2 GB RAM, which fan started action up by making noises and spinning erratically. I then removed the graphics card and play games with the APU only.
Hi , Let's say I want to uninstall a package in centos. I used yum remove command and it shows the package are removed . However, I still see the files are there. So I understand that uninstalling does not remove the package and files together the way we uninstall in windows. Is that correct?
Hi Chris...I can see you've been enjoying life. Good for you! When you have some time I'd like for you to look at my latest posts and suggest my next steps for setting up and using the separate internal SSD (blank now) in my Toshiba.
Almost chose Mint 19 with Cinnamon. But from my research I found that I like KDE more than GNOME. Also heard Mint MATE had KDE 2 which seemed better than 3. And after all that, I forgot to check if Kubuntu was K2 or 3. Still like it so far.
Hey there. Thanks. I appreciate it. I'm still wandering around trying to get my bearings. I've some experience with PCs but I am new to Linux.
So, I have Kubuntu 18.10. Was searching for KDE + like Ubuntu, Kubuntu was a no-brainer.