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  1. PsychoHermit

    Help Accessing 'non-OS' HDD with Linux File System

    I think you need to add the non-os drive to your /etc/fstab if you haven't. I'm pasting the entry for my home partition just as an example. UUID=fdfd7254-38cf-4d9f-91b6-1e14e4b5b0d9 /home ext4 noatime,nodiratime 0 2 Regards, --glenn
  2. PsychoHermit

    Introducing the Carson City Linux Users Group

    The Carson City Linux Users Group will be meeting Saturday, December 17 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM, at the Carson City Public Library. 900 North Roop St. Carson City, Nv. Upstairs in Collaboration Room #1. Meetings are free, and open to the public. Carson City Linux Users Group Thanks, --glenn
  3. PsychoHermit

    The State of LUGs around the world - Your experiences

    I have started the Carson City, Nevada Linux Users Group. There are only 5 of us so far. Looking for ways to promote the LUG. Any good ideas would be welcomed. --glenn
  4. PsychoHermit

    Today's post is about 'quitting Windows'...

    $150 would be a bargain, maybe I will try hypnotherapy. More power to ya. --glenn
  5. PsychoHermit

    Today's post is about 'quitting Windows'...

    I've been running Linux as my main OS for about 14 months, and I love it. I decide when to update, and it doesn't take forever. That was my biggest annoyance with windows, it would decide to update at inconvenient times and take forever to do it. Other than that I never really had any...
  6. PsychoHermit

    The more stable distro on linux

    Debian is about as stable as they come. --glenn
  7. PsychoHermit

    mkfs.ntfs

    Effectively no difference, both are comments. However the second one wouldn't work with no preceding / on dev. Actually I suppose it would work from the root directory. --glenn
  8. PsychoHermit

    Best linux books to understand what I'm doing on command line on linux?

    Excellent resource https://linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php this should keep you entertained for hours. --glenn
  9. PsychoHermit

    Newbie at Linux Command Line

    A great reference for the Linux command line is https://linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php That should keep you entertained for hours. --glenn
  10. PsychoHermit

    adding windows share in /etc/fstab

    Using spaces in directory and file names is just wrong, it causes all kinds of problems. Just because it lets you use spaces doesn't make it a good idea. Replace the spaces with underscores. --glenn
  11. PsychoHermit

    Solved

    Open /etc/apt/sources.list in an editor sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list and comment out the line that reads https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubunto focal Release by putting an # at the beginning of the line. Then you should be able to do an update. Regards, --glenn
  12. PsychoHermit

    Solved

    It would be helpful to know what version of Linux you are using, I would recommend editing your sources list and commenting out the wine repository, To give the details for doing that it would be necessary to know the version of Linux you are using. There's a typo in the address, its ubuntu...
  13. PsychoHermit

    Please help to test Debian 11 release candidate on real hardware

    It's time to un-sticky this post. Debian 11 has landed. --glenn
  14. PsychoHermit

    Firefox snap update/Should I switch distributions?

    I'm tired of snaps, I just installed Debian 11 and everything is working well for me. --glenn
  15. PsychoHermit

    Do you think people should use Debian or Ubuntu? Tell me which one and why.

    I've been using Ubuntu for about a year and got tired of snaps. Just installed Debian 11 and it's working well for me. --glenn
  16. PsychoHermit

    [solved] Change Linux partition from Windows

    Edit your post and add [solved] to the title. --glenn
  17. PsychoHermit

    [solved] Change Linux partition from Windows

    You might want to mark the problem as solved so no one wastes their time on it. --glenn
  18. PsychoHermit

    [solved] snap-confine has elevated permissions and is not confined but should be

    glad you found the answer, it was driving me nuts. --glenn
  19. PsychoHermit

    which linux should i choose , replies are welcomed.

    Personally I recommend Ubuntu. I have had zero problems with it and everything just works right out of the box. You're going to have to get a pen drive if you don't have a dvd burner. The only network install that i am aware of is Debian, and that's a little complicated. Good Luck, --glenn
  20. PsychoHermit

    [solved] How do I get snap-confine working?

    Solved, systemctl enable --now apparmor.service systemctl enable --now snapd.apparmor.service --glenn
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