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24 May 2019 11:03 #134800 by BigJohnT
Replied by BigJohnT on topic Lubuntu 18.04
The top latency histogram is Debian 9 net install with the Mate desktop... I went to the Porteus page but the download is broken. But I finally found a mirror that worked.

What is the issue with copying large files in Lubuntu 18?

JT
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25 May 2019 00:28 #134864 by tommylight
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The file manager would crash occasionally while copying large amounts of data to and from an USB drive, leaving some messed up files. Happened on several computers as I was using it for mining, then moved to mint for Nvidia. Some Amd ones still use it.

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25 May 2019 11:31 #134887 by BigJohnT
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tommylight wrote: The file manager would crash occasionally while copying large amounts of data to and from an USB drive, leaving some messed up files. Happened on several computers as I was using it for mining, then moved to mint for Nvidia. Some Amd ones still use it.


Was that with Lubuntu 18.04 or an older version of Lubuntu?

JT

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25 May 2019 21:36 #134931 by tommylight
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BigJohnT wrote:

tommylight wrote: The file manager would crash occasionally while copying large amounts of data to and from an USB drive, leaving some messed up files. Happened on several computers as I was using it for mining, then moved to mint for Nvidia. Some Amd ones still use it.


Was that with Lubuntu 18.04 or an older version of Lubuntu?

JT


Now that you made me think about it, i am not sure but i can check since i think i have an iso saved to a usb so i can boot from it. Most probably it will turn out to be 16.04. Will report back.
Thnx.

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26 May 2019 14:17 - 26 May 2019 14:20 #135000 by Metal Dawg
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Following! I am new to Linux. My machine shop uses HAAS, but we acquired a small Sherline lathe to make some wood handles. Unfortunately, we cannot get Wheezy to work with our UEFI computer. Hopefully, this will solve the problem.
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26 May 2019 21:51 #135033 by tommylight
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It should be possible to disable UEFI in BIOS, or press F8 or F9 or F12 (depending on the manufacturer) at boot and choose a non UEFI option for the boot USB you are using to install the system.

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28 May 2019 16:49 #135182 by Metal Dawg
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Thank you for your reply. We got it to work. It was failing to load using the i386 version, but when we tried the AMD64 version for Stretch it worked.

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01 Jun 2019 01:02 #135519 by tommylight
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Glad you got it working.

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