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    FrederickM, If you make a mistake about which...

    FrederickM,

    If you make a mistake about which is the source and the target you will copy the target on the source so your original data will be destroyed.
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    With regard to the command sudo dd...

    With regard to the command


    sudo dd if=~/Usb_Image | of=/dev/sdb | of=/dev/sdc | of=/dev/sdd

    it may work if you include if=~/Usb_Image in every follow-on command. However I would recommend dd...
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    dd has an output on completion. Could you...

    dd has an output on completion. Could you capture the screen its message and post it here?

    I believe dd in the absence of block size specification would use a default of 512 byte per record of...
  4. I tried WIne, dual boot and VM. Think I would...

    I tried WIne, dual boot and VM.

    Think I would recommend VM as virtualbox is available inside Linux. You do need a Windows license though.
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    There are free FTP sites with which you can send...

    There are free FTP sites with which you can send huge files to anywhere in the Internet. email attachments work OK for most of us and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is for large files.
  6. Sticky: nuttron, dd reads and writes binary bits and...

    nuttron,

    dd reads and writes binary bits and doesn't care what operating system. 32 or 64 bits operating systems still binary-coded to "1" or "0" in the end.
  7. Triple boot Window 10, Mint and FreeBSD with a M2 SSD in a Ryzen 1900 PC

    This is just to show not much have changed over the last 15 years as far as booting is concerned.

    The needs
    I am assembling a server for FeeNAS in a new PC with the Ryzen 1900 Threadripper with...
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    I believe your command should be entered with...

    I believe your command should be entered with "sudo" in the front.

    mkdir is a privileged command reserved for the root user (or Admin in Windows). An ordinary user can trigger it by adding sudo....
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    Most main stream distros for security reasons...

    Most main stream distros for security reasons have removed the root user account. A normal user can execute certain privileged commands by preceding these command with "sudo". This is a bit of...
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    I joined when he was no long active in the forum....

    I joined when he was no long active in the forum. From his posts I know he was a pillar of JustLinux and did a tremendous job to help everyone.

    Members of the Forum always remember him.
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    Normally the desktop should have a small icon...

    Normally the desktop should have a small icon telling you the detected wireless choices. Select the one you have access to and supplied the password there. It should work exactly like Windows or...
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    Welcome to Justlinux. We are all here to...

    Welcome to Justlinux.

    We are all here to learn. Linux is an open system so knowledge can be shared without any commercial holding-back.
  13. Thread: Hi!

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    Welcome to JustLinux!

    Welcome to JustLinux!
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    I would suggest you to disable the secure boot...

    I would suggest you to disable the secure boot with UFI which is intended to assist Windows to boot only to itself and not other systems.
  15. I suggest you try to check it by reading its...

    I suggest you try to check it by reading its content as an internal disk. Lots of changes to the Linux kernel and MS Windows since last time I wrote this thread.

    My guest is if the disk has been...
  16. You can mount any Windows partition in Linux...

    You can mount any Windows partition in Linux manually or permanently. To do this you has to be in root or prefix the commands with "sudo" for certain Linux.

    To mount a partition every time the...
  17. If you manage dual boot you can do triple boot...

    If you manage dual boot you can do triple boot and so on. Linux will do this automatically because every Linux installer HAS BEEN WRITTEN to check your PC and boot every system it can find.

    To do...
  18. Lionman, Welcome to Justlinux! You should...

    Lionman,

    Welcome to Justlinux!

    You should be able to achieve what you want.

    Mint installer could see all the partitions. It amight have been confused by you asking it to be installed but...
  19. Thread: Hi All

    by saikee
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    bestellen, Welcome to Justlinux! Linux...

    bestellen,

    Welcome to Justlinux!

    Linux belongs to who wants to learn and understand what one is doing.
  20. Thread: Hi All

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    Hi puppypaws0123, Welcome to Justlinux! We...

    Hi puppypaws0123,

    Welcome to Justlinux!

    We are all here to learn from each other.
  21. Presumably you have access to the terminal mode....

    Presumably you have access to the terminal mode.

    Have you tried
    startx
    If x does not start you will get a error log at least for helping the diagnosis. It is quite common a newer version of...
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    Please read this thread...

    Please read this thread for answer to your original question
  23. Modern Linux use Grub2. As far as I know in any...

    Modern Linux use Grub2. As far as I know in any Linux terminal mode we can use grub-install to repair Grub2.

    What you need to do is to first boot up a Linux CD or DVD. Run it to try out the...
  24. Partition Magic is known as Partition Tragic by...

    Partition Magic is known as Partition Tragic by many non-WIndows users.

    This software has no ability to handle Linux partitions so it always reports error and attempt to something it has no...
  25. The curiosity got hold of me so I download Debian...

    The curiosity got hold of me so I download Debian 7.7.0 i387 DVD1.

    The installtion took 20 minutes and I am using Debian's Iceweasel to answer this thread.

    I select Graphic install from the...
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