How to run a physical installation of Windows in a virtual machine without loosing the ability to still run this copy natively?
On Ubuntu boot you get an error Failed to load session “ubuntu” and you would like to know the cause of it.
So there are a lot of bogus entries in the EFI selection list of your bootmenu.
When booting, Ubuntu displays an error:
The disk drive for UUID is not ready or not present yet
I hate many things about Ubuntu, but the most frustrating is that it doesn’t save backlight brightness settings and the screen glows right into my face at full power on each boot.
If you have this error “The disk drive for /tmp is not ready or not present” it is related to mountall utility bug which tries to mount the temp folder before it has been cleared of leftovers from previous boot.
So you installed Ubuntu, and the first time you boot it the OS says “unknown filesystem” and displays a grub rescue prompt.
So you decided to download a program for Ubuntu in apt format.
Only Microsoft could think of treating BIOS time as local time, whilst all the rest operating systems treat it as UTC.
VNC is a great cross-platform remote access solution. If you have a display-less linux box, you probably would like it to auto-start VNC at boot.