Do not use Ubuntu repositories on Kali Linux, it will break apt.
Likewise, adding other operating system’s repositories into Kali (such
as trying to put Ubuntu on Kali), will break your installation. This
is the single most common reason why Kali Linux systems break.
To solve this problem keep only Kali repository:
echo "deb http:...
In ubuntu all logs saves in /var/log/
kernel - save messages from you kernel
syslog - from all process`
You may add to /etc/sysctl.conf
#To enable SySRQ MagicKey - like Alt+SysRq+F, Alt+SysRq+Prnscreen and other
#restart Laptop after 5sec after panic
And run command 'sysctl -p' or 'reboot'
I'd call that a hang, btw, rather than a crash.
I don't know nix well-enough to tell you what logs to look for, so this is a broader scope, based on the symptoms.
Tough to diagnose, but your symptoms are common in three cases - overheat, under-current or failing GPU.
Overheat doesn't have to be CPU temperature, it could be GPU, as could the other two reasons,...
Booting with a Linux Live CD will not erase anything, if you do nothing dangerous
to the disk.
You should use the live CD for running the disks app, not for installing Linux again
(which will erase lots of stuff).
The procedure that you outlined should work.
UEFI boot boots entries in the ESP (EFI System Partition), not drives. Ubuntu has had this nice UEFI guide for many years now.
Bootloaders coexist in the EFI partition. The Windows bootloader won't overwrite Grub and vice-versa. They will always be separated entries. This is the main aspect of UEFI you need to understand because you're coming at it from the ...
In this case, as we confirmed in the comments, the problem turned out to be that PowerShell was being run in an elevated Admin session, so the wsl -l -v in PowerShell was retrieving (via registry entries) a different set of WSL instances that that from the (non-elevated user's) Start Menu.
For those that might run across this in the future, you can determine ...
Because the local /nfs_mounts now equals to the remote /export/work? Since you did mount -t nfs HC1:/export/work /nfs_mounts instead of mount -t nfs HC1:/export/work /nfs_mounts/work (with mkdir /nfs_mounts/work done beforehand).
I have recently switched from the snap version of Brave browser to the one from Brave repository. The difference at start time is enormous, the repo version is about 5 times faster !
If you have installed the snap versions, I would suggest you to try the repository one. You can refer to the Brave release channel installation instructions here : https://brave....