A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. I took a screenshot for whatever it might reveal (see below) The grub menu only shows the 12.04 install but not the 14.04 at all. I have read the man pages multiple times, various discussions, and tutorials, but just cannot get my meager understanding of the general idea into code that results in what I want OK.
You can then change owner:group with the terminal command. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. If it went pear-shaped, this would only be the second HDD failure of my life. Also, FWIIW, the file browser/Places shows the UUID of the device at the very top of its little window when you click on it after mounting, and if you right-click it https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-have-41-0-gb-of-free-space-but.974420/
Never had a problem before. This example is to reset /home to typical defaults, but I use same permissions & ownership for all my data partitions. Then deleted all other partitions except sda2 (with 12.04 on it).
oldfredMarch 15th, 2016, 01:50 PMWhen you say mode, do you mean boot mode or UEFI or BIOS. Or try the latest MATE version 15.10, or even MATE 16.04 beta1. EnchantedRealm, Jan 13, 2011 #10 EnchantedRealm Thread Starter Joined: Jan 3, 2011 Messages: 12 Dell Dimension Dim 3000 Pentium 4 CPU 2.80 ghz 2.79 ghz, 256 mb RAM Total 260080 Available But I have to separately back up /home and the /data partition.
I do not use /boot. The latter just before going toes up last night. Is "Common-files" a term that linux uses or is that one you made up? http://newwikipost.org/topic/1msBPdBGSJHcVAu6uXLdZ6Gz2YucHlEk/SOLVED-Phantom-harddrive-space-that-I-can-t-free-up-Screenshot-included.html For the reasons stated in my previous post, I want to use approx 39GB for the new install.
If the Ubuntu 12.04 boots, that seems like a good sign, and the problem is isolated to the booting of Ubuntu MATE. https://pchelpforum.net/threads/free-space-on-ssd-c-drive-drops-about-10-15-gb-every-hour-win-7-pro-sp1-64-bit.14453/ About an hour later free space now 149 GB. Also, " set ownership & permissions" sets my knees trembling. As it went through the RAID drive checking it showed the CD/DVD, but still will not boot the Live CD or the 12.04 that it normally shows in grub.
solved Loss of large amounts of Storage on C Drive solved Cannot create new simple volume external hard disk drive there is no enough space solved losing space in c drive If so, how do I tell it that it is springtime? Context: Windows Application, SystemIndex Catalog Details: The content index database is corrupt. (HRESULT : 0xc0041800) (0xc0041800) Error: (11/30/2016 11:35:16 PM) (Source: Windows Search Service) (User: ) Description: The Windows Search Service Do I make a folder called "Common-files" on sdb1 and create identical data folders to those under /home (at least to the extent that I use the folders, i.e.
How much RAM and what video card? New motherboard supports the new M.2 form factor. Comments are # or older code, perhaps my other system. Easier with Boot-Repair in that case, but you could also use Boot-Repair and its advanced options from any of your working installs.
In the indexing options box, click Modify and uncheck any SSDs you may have. If not, what else would be helpful? As soon as I can get U Mate installed, if ever, I will get another HDD (if needed) and try it with a reinstall.
Odyssey1942March 13th, 2016, 04:50 PMLacking any progress on the immediate previous post, I need to move on to get this matter concluded so I can get back to work. solved C:\ Drive always has insufficient disk space More resources See also I have free spaces in c and e drives but im getting the message not enough memor solved Does So, for Graham or anyone, any ideas about the missing HDD and failure to boot? In retroAs a result of the great suggestionsspect, if I had been thinking, would have then reconnected the HDD and rebooted, to take this one element at a time in order
It should match too. [[email protected] ~]$ ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid total 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 10 Mar 19 03:30 8ff3a810-b4e1-465f-b97c-51d433403bf2 -> ../../sda3 I don't know what the other messages in post Some like to do that, but I see no reason to. But you really cannot go back to old install as programs will convert data to newer version, but may not work in older version. Should be AHCI, not IDE nor RAID.
Do you mean that during an additional install (different version, distro, upgrade, etc), and using Something Else, you would identify the /home partition on the HDD as the location of /home What mode are drives set then? No problem about focus. Also how does one know if it is BIOS or UEFI?
To the extent that what I do now makes the next upgrade go easier, that is very important. This morning, I attempted to wake up the computer, but it would not come to life. Then the separate data partition is better and can be mounted in each install. For my own use I found repeating the steps with each install repetitive, so saved my history of commands into a bash file.
So, with reluctance to quit, but being realistic, I would just like to thank all those who have tried to help me through this, especially OldFred, DennisN, SeijiSensei, and grahammechanical (and I think that sda has GPT (GUID partition table) and not MSDOS partitioning. oldfredMarch 21st, 2016, 02:03 PMI normally use grub to directly boot the ISO with its loopmount, bit more advanced. Used UM off and on all day yesterday adding browsers and customizing to my preferences, including setting the HDD to go into hibernation after 2 hours of inactivity.
I tend to keep lots of old hardware aroung, and will buy a new mobo and chip, then pick around for the rest of the parts.I assume that the only parts As you can see from the screenshot in OP, sda1 uses 985 Mib. As a result of the great suggestions and education you have all provided, I have lifted my level of confidence enormously and my competence in a few areas a goodly bit. Thanks oldfredMarch 16th, 2016, 06:32 PMI just built new system.
Thanks Best answer Dr_JREAug 31, 2012, 3:13 AM The entire contents of temp\ can be deleted.The entire contents of Software distribution\ can be deleted.You likely have dozens of hidden $NT_Uninstall folders Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/974420 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? itsjusme, Jan 13, 2011 #9 EnchantedRealm Thread Starter Joined: Jan 3, 2011 Messages: 12 Just in case it matters, I ran Disk Clean Up last night and also Defraged the computer. Cannot find #reinstall from working (not liveCD/DVD/USB) system for Ubuntu Mate.
Ubuntu MATE is an excellent choice. oldfredMarch 20th, 2016, 02:26 PMThe Boot-Repair Summary report dumps most of the info you want on boot. Most of reasons for installer not showing Windows, any partition type error http://www.rodsbooks.com/missing-parts/index.htmlAFAIK, windows has never been installed on either the SSD or the HDD. If you want your three installs, you should just use 25GB for / (root) and a shared data partition.