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Old 10th December, 2012, 11:46 PM
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well it worked after sudo su, here is the info

From what I see it is only the ls -1 /media/* that has a positive outcome...whatever that is... LOL
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Old 10th December, 2012, 11:51 PM
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If I had an external USB HDD attached when I first started linux from the pendrive and that HDD is now disconnected would that change the situation?
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if it was never dismounted properly, thats a possibility.
I don't know why it would affect your internal NTFS drives...
Maybe your internal drives are conflicting with the external drive that is missing.
there is probably a way to purge it
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Old 11th December, 2012, 11:08 AM
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Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) Daily Build

I just used this version and gave up on the other one. I uploaded the iso to AOA see if you can find it, I am not sure the upload was successful.

Anyway isn't working from the pendrive, except if you want to install it on the PC.
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Chris! My man your in the swim! Never let a destro stop you from what you want to do! When they get uppity just slap them with another destro!

Well done! ":O}
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how did you install Ubuntu to the flash drive?
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how did you install Ubuntu to the flash drive?
I used universal USB installer 1.9.1.9 and I chose another ubuntu distro since the new one isn't available yet. When the boot takes place I only have options like install and so on but not run linux.
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You know I have heard of this with Ubuntu.
You may have to download a specific Ubuntu with Live Disk

I remember seeing it with Mint too.
Its usually the smaller CD version because we like to use it as a rescue disk instead of just an installation
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Ubuntu's Website shows that there should be two options:
Try or Install
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I just used this version and gave up on the other one. I uploaded the iso to AOA see if you can find it, I am not sure the upload was successful..
Don't run a daily build if you can help it. It's basically the developers' snapshot of where their work in progress is, and thus is almost guaranteed to break somewhere.
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Yeah I think I will go back to the one I was using before, will reinstall in a matter of minutes, I think I will not allow any updates since it was running fine prior updating.
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Yeah Daily builds.... the pain of that memory! LOL
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Good call Chris. Maybe the update changed something...
Sucks because the whole point of updating Live Linux is to make everything work
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