(14)If your computer's BIOS allows booting from USB, then until you get the new hard drive, you can install and boot from USB flash or hard drive. You can unplug
(12)Oops! I should never type emails before my first cup of coffee. Make that "bootable disk" ... sorry. Rick From: "Rick W firstname.lastname@example.org [LINUX_Newbies]"
(8)... What do you mean nothing. Usually, it should show a screen with an option to click to start flash. -- Scott Robbins PGP keyID EB3467D6 ( 1B48 077D 66F6
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(10)... Maybe, if you wish to protect it from people. Personally, I think it's a moronic waste of time, since, regardless of the protection, when something is
(43)Thank You for friendly fast help. Regards Sophie Am 06.04.2015 um 17:15 schrieb Linux Canuck email@example.com
(9)Everything that you will need will be in the home folder under her user name, but make sure that you have hidden files showing when you select the files. Most
(3)Some computers use the same Xubuntu. One did update. The others not. The error message is the same daily. Regards Sophie THANK YOU HAPPY WEEKEND Am 19.03.2015
(6)Get a computer with low power requirements. Because you're going to be running your Linux system all of the time. Well, you don't have to, but you should.
(3)If I don`t try, I `ll never know. Cheers G H
(33)UEFI, if you haven't dual boot with it, can be very hard to get it done. Android is Linux but with an Yes and No. You can not run Linux programs on Android or
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