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Posted 28 Feb 2014I gather no one seems to know the answer(s) to this on how to fix this, so I had to format the entire hard-disk and install windows 7 pro 64 on it. Now the "resolve," lead me to the second problem, which was that, I cant get in to the BIOS, it would lead me to an "Advanced Boot Manager." It would just start the windows 7 but it would not go to the BIOS nor it would boot from the CD or USB.
So the problem is partially there. I wanted to make a partition where I can install Ubuntu 13.10 64bit.
Any help would be great.
Posted 17 Dec 2013get a job.
Posted 17 Dec 2013Meh, if it were to be pinned, I'd want to flesh it out some more. There's some stuff I didn't mention, looking through it, I completely forgot to mention sudo, chmod, and a few other commands, and how they can be used (such as chmod 000 file(I do it old school) + sudo nameoffileviewer to prevent people from looking at folders if you forget to lock it, as well as why that would word on a Linux machine but not a UNIX one.)
EDIT: Sorry I forgot that nano was not a bash command. heh heh.
Anyways for the rest of the bash commands this might help make this tutorial interesting discussable:
Posted 17 Dec 2013Does anyone know of a tutor online that I could pay and they could help me work through problems and study concepts with? Either through skype or chat?
I am not offering you anything, and apologize in advance for posting while being curious. But; I would like you to be a bit more specific.
What sort of concepts and problems you need help with?
Posted 4 Apr 2013
I did install both on the Virtual Machine, I am trying to understand the file structure of the linux, especially where to find the root directories, and / or how to assign a hdd to it. You are understanding me correctly sir. =\
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