If you have setup a Ubuntu dual-boot with your Linux distribution of choice and want to rid yourself of Ubuntu keep reading…
Have you installed Windows alongside Ubuntu Linux and now you can’t boot into Ubuntu? Installed Windows or Linux in a dual-boot configuration and can’t boot either? No worries, we can fix that.
You might think that just because you are running two different operating systems that sharing files printers and files between Ubuntu and Windows 7 isn’t possible - but a quick read through the following instructions will show how easy it really is!
You don’t have to send old laptops to be recycled - there are various versions of Ubuntu that can be used, offering a fast and modern operating system that runs without any problems on older devices!
If you’re puzzled by the new Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal, and don’t know where to start looking for the web browser, email, media player and other commonly used apps, this getting started guide will have you up and running in minutes!
Losing important data can be a nightmare. However, by following simple instructions you can easily recover deleted files and even entire filesystems. This article is a step-by-step guide to recovering lost data using an open-source data mining tool called PhotoRec.
Linux comes with a powerful suite of recovery tools for creating, manipulating, and extracting data from cloned hard drives and recovery images. Find out how to recover data from old backups made for recovery or how to browse a recovery image’s files under Linux.
Linux boot disks are most often used to “preview” or “test drive” a distribution before installing Linux as a primary operating system. However, a Linux boot disk can also be used to repair corruption to registry entries caused by viruses and malware.
Using a number of free and open source file recovery utilities, you can get back lost files from USB flash drives, memory cards, or other storage devices using the common FAT file system.
If you’re having problems recovering data with your Windows-based file recovery tools, or need to get data from a failing hard disk drive, a Live CD with a custom Linux OS installed might just come in useful…