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  1. Greetings, I was installing PCMatic on my 5th workstation which is an old dual boot win 10 and ubuntu 18.04 lts. It has been booting with grub for the last two years. When I completed the install, the ubuntu partition will not boot - I've tried the generic boot and when it completes and continues with normal boot, I get the same result blank screen that just hangs. I've opened a ticket with pc-matic but I'll take help from anywhere at this point. Thanks Jerry Coppa
  2. All right, so I have Psensor on my Ubuntu Folding rig. When it starts the program starts along with it, but the program window appears too! How do I get the window to stop showing on the desktop?
  3. Hello, I am getting my very first SSD (256gb M4) that I plan to use as my OS drive for Ubuntu 13.04. I have heard that minimizing unnecessary writes to an SSD is a good idea and that there are some things like trim that need to be set up after install. My question is more about partitioning. I would like to get the full speed benefits of an SSD while making sure to limit large writes to the drive (some of my uses will need very large writes to /tmp) and so I would like to use a 500gb platter drive for storage and those large temporary writes. And I would like to keep the OS and all ap
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