Updates are provided by Update Manager. Look in the upper-right corner of your screen and see if there is a white star on an orange background. If there is, double-click it. Once inside, press "Check". Finally, click "Install Updates".
If you do not see the white star on an orange background, go to System-->Administration-->Update Manager. Once inside, press "Check". Finally, click "Install Updates".
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<p>USB and Bluetooth connectivity errors in Ubuntu 8.10 are the
result of two different errors. If you are running KDE, you have a patch on
their Bluetooth connectivity problems (see Resources) to download correct. USB
connection errors are the result of a bug in the current version of the Linux
kernel. Run "apt-get package manager to upgrade the kernel is usually the
fastest and most trouble-free. After the upgrade, the system restarts. <br />
<p>1. Open a copy of the console when running a graphical user
interface (GUI). <br />
<p>2. Type "apt-get update" and press
"Enter". <br />
<p>3. Type "apt-get upgrade" and press
"Enter". The window that appears available updates. Find anything
related to the kernel that "n" followed by pressing
"Enter". <br />
<p>4. Type "apt-get install package-name" where
"package name" is the updated version of the kernel. Press Enter.
Confirm that you have to install the update by typing "Y" and press
"Enter". Once the upgrade is complete, restart your computer. <br />
<p>Linux is a free operating system based on Linux kernel and
provides a UNIX-like interface. Several Linux distributions including Ubuntu,
Debian, Fedora, Pacman, RPM, Gentoo and Slackware. Linux is used in games
consoles, mobile phones, netbooks and computers and mainframes and
supercomputers. The Linux system can be through a Command Line Interface (CLI)
or a graphical user interface (GUI) control. When you save data on your hard
disk, a tape on Linux a few steps required to configure. <br />
<p>1. Open a terminal in Linux, and enter this code to data on
multiple tapes: <br />
<p> <br />
<p>Tar clpMzvf / dev/st0 / home. " <br />
<p>2. Enter this code to the backups to compare: <br />
<p> <br />
<p>Tar dlpMzvf / dev/st0 / home. " <br />
<p>3. Restoring all backups missing hard disk with this code: <br />
<p> <br />
<p>Tar xlpMzvf / dev/st0 / home. " <br />
<p> <br />
<p>Now you have a tape backup done on Linux. <br />
Advanced Format drives are supported by linux distributions running kernel 2.6.31 or higher, though for best results 2.6.34 is recommended. Ubuntu has shipped with support for advanced format drives since Ubuntu 9.10, so if you are setting up a new system with the latest Ubuntu 11.04, you shouldn't experience any problems. For more information, you may want to have a read of Western Digital's customer service article about support for advanced format drives in Linux; http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5655 You may also want to review the list of kernels included in various Ubuntu distributions in the wikipedia article at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ubuntu_releases#Version_history_of_common_programs If you are considering upgrading an existing system, you can find out what kernel you are running by enteringuname -rat the command prompt.
Please try switching just to Analog Stereo Duplex mode only. When you do this, the linux kernel will only load the ALSA(Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) drivers for the Audio Device, which works in all cases.
If that fails, go to System>Preferences>Main Menu and enable the Multimedia System Selection menu.When enabled, select ALSA Mixer default device ONLY.
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it is very hard for me to help someone that wants to get rid of LINUX :( ...but I'm a proffessional and I'm letting my feelings aside ha!
Firs is your MBR was created with UBUNTU or Windows (in other words when you boot is it a windows menu or a LINUX menu) that lets you choose the boot options? if it's LINUX you have to use a LINUX base partition editor to edit the MBR (the way the system will boot), if it's a Windows MBR then you normally ave to delete the LINUX partiton... (if Windows can not delete it you can use a LINUX base disk partitioner) be extra prudent using disk partition editors, if you do not understand what you do you can LOSE data...