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Problem with the upgrade ubuntu 10.04 to 10.10

Posted by on Saturday, October 30, 2010, In : Ubuntu 
If your system will not detect new upgrades to ubuntu 10.10, you should edit a file in /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades. follow these steps....

1. open the file "release-upgrades" in  /etc/update-manager/
 with a suitable editor like gedit,vi or something else... in my case im using gedit

then you will see a line like 

Prompt=never;

or

Prompt=lts;

you must change it to 

Prompt=normal;



2. then save changes..

NOTE: 
  never  - Never check for a new release.

  normal - Check to see if a new release is...
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How Upgrade Ubuntu 10.04 to Ubuntu 10.10 with the Terminal or GUI

Posted by on Saturday, October 30, 2010, In : Ubuntu 

You can upgrade ubuntu 10.04 to its latest version 10.10 with the terminal like this...



1. goto Terminal 
Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal


2. now give the command
    sudo apt-get install update-manager-core



3. then give the next command
    sudo do-release-upgrade



4.now your system will check for new upgrades and will ask to upgrade..
then
 enter y for upgrade
 enter N for cancel
 enter d for the details..


 

If you plan to upgrade your system with the GUI (Graphical User Interface) you can do it l...
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/usr/lib/libgconf2-4/gconf-sanity-check-2 exited with error status 256 on Ubuntu

Posted by on Thursday, September 23, 2010, In : Linux 
I boot my PC with an another hard disk which is containing Fedora 13.

After that I could not boot my PC with my Ubuntu 10.04 hard disk and I have got the error message as
"/usr/lib/libgconf2-4/gconf-sanity-check-2 exited with error status 256".

And I could not login to my current user account .

However it was possible to log as root.

So I logged as root
 (username : root)

And I noticed there is an another new file in my file system (on root "/") with the name "core"
so I renamed It to "backup_core"...
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Add a new screen resolution with the terminal on Ubuntu 9.10

Posted by on Wednesday, December 23, 2009, In : Appearance 
Dear Friends, this article will teach you, how add new resolution value to your list of Resolutions

1. Goto Terminal
2. Give command :    xrandr   
then you will see a result like the screen shot given below..


3. then give the resolution with cvt command which you want to add like this,
command : cvt xxxx xxxx (eg in my case : cvt 1024 800) 
 then you will see a result like the screen shot given below...


4. then copy(shift+ctrl+c) the part "1024x800_60.00"   66.75  1024 1080 1184 1344  800 803...
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