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You are going to need a linux live cd. Boot from cd, and use gparted. Delete with caution all windows partitions and resize/move your linux partitions as you wish. Note that you may experience changes in uuid of your linux partitions so make note of each one of them. After resizing/moving check if the uuids are the same. If so, you are ok. If not, you must ...


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Try this: Copy the following command line and paste it into the terminal, in order to avoid typing errors (this is one line): sudo mv -v /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/com.ubuntu.enable-hibernate.pkla / Press Enter and submit your password. Please note that the password will remain invisible, not even asterisks will show, which is normal. With ...


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Most operating systems are packaged with a version of netcat that the -e option has been removed for security reasons. If you need netcat with -e option you have to find a version that includes the execution option or you can compile from source. You can take a look at this video


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Maybe try "fdisk -l"? See if its listed, if it is maybe its not mounted correctly? Make a mount directory and mount it. Can't mount? Maybe no format support, install "dosfstools" and "ntfs-3g" to support more disk formats. Install "udisks" to automount disks, if none is applicable, I'm stumped. Or you know, your flash drive is probably defective.


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For mine, I have a couple more lines to load windows 7 than you list. The search with a hint and the parttool may be the missing pieces. menuentry 'Windows 7 (loader) (on /dev/sda3)' --class windows --class os $menuentry_id_option 'osprober-chain-0CF4A859F4A84734' { insmod part_msdos insmod ntfs set root='hd0,msdos3' if [ ...


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Check out this: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=172796#p1009080 It provides separate printers for different output quality (different image resolutions, grayscale, etc.), asking you where to store the result.


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I had a similar problem when I tried to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Fedora. After I booted into Windows, the Grub boot menu disappeared until I changed my BIOS settings, then it would work until I booted Windows again. These two links helped me solve the problem: http://www.zdnet.com/article/the-refind-boot-loader-for-uefi-systems-a-life-and-sanity-saver/ ...


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You could try applet called Cinnamon Developer's Tools which provides easy access to Looking Glass (the integrated debugger for gnome shell). It also provides quick access to the content of ~/.xsession-errors, many frequently used modules from cinnamon-settings and allows to inspect applets and extensions. It also provides a button to restart cinnamon.



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