Sketch of the Day Theme: ninja
a rather silly, uninspired sketch. Nin-ja (nin is scouser for nanna) is a Liverpudlian drinking game loosely based on the ouija board. results will vary.
I am running a dual boot system of [Windows 10 and Linux Mint on my LG Gram Laptop], part of my obstacle was that the BIOS from LG threw me off course a bit. Here are some tips to help you with LG Gram Specific BIOS menus. Specifically I had 2 issues: I couldn’t find the ‘Disable Secure Boot’ option and I couldn’t boot up from a USB device. Hopefully this will help!
First Step: Press F2 for BIOS Setup when your LG Gram Laptop Boots up.
Second Step: Make sure that UEFI Boot is enable (if it is not already), its on the advanced tab:
Third Step: Go to the Security Tab, and highlight the “Secure Boot Option” you’ll see a little white arrow in front if its select. Hit enter to get more options. This is where it got me – I didn’t know there were further options here.
Fourth Step: In the menu now, disable secure boot.
Fifth Step: This is where I had trouble with initially recognising my USB: I moved the boot order of all but USB-LAN to the top to get it to work (I originally just had “USB – CD” on top. Here is the order I am running by boot set up, this should solve alot of USB booting issues:
Finally a couple of things that may also help:
Rufus Bootable USB for Linux Mint. After trying several different pen drive options, this is the one that worked for me. It didn’t on the first run though, but when selecting the ISO it gave me [the choice to select] “Write in ISO image mode (recommended) and “write in DD image mode”, when I tried in DD mode, the image worked!
Upgrading RAM – I found this video on [upgrading RAM on LG Gram] very helpful, don’t let the fact that its in Korean through you off, its not spoken, it is show.
I’ve recently worked on setting up virtualmin email accounts as an alternative to setting up my own mail server. Because I manage a few sites, I’ve decided to go use this instead of setting up an individual server such as mail-in-a-box. For the record, I think Mail in a Box is a great idea, just not what I needed.
Why set up your own mail if gmail or other free providers offer gigabytes of free stuff? Its because your email data is on their cloud, not your your hands. ###instructions:###
Please note, these are quick crib notes that I use of where to go, you’ll have to fill in any missing gaps!
Black Angel – a cult film from the 80’s has some hilarious subtitles on youtube. “Where’s the Maiden” get’s translated “Where’s the bagel?” Here is the link, just put the captions on: Black Angel Captions<txp:image id=“353” />
Package phpmyadmin is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source
If you’ve come across this, some research shows: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1184802/phpmyadmin-has-no-installation-candidate :
Currently there’s no phpmyadmin package in the Ubuntu 19.10 repositories. As you may know, Ubuntu is based on Debian. The person who used to build Debian packages of phpMyAdmin doesn’t have the time for it anymore, so there are no current phpmyadmin packages for Debian. And without current packages for Debian, (at least in this case) there are no current packages for Ubuntu.
4 I am a member of the packaging team and we are doing our best to get back phpMyAdmin in the Debian buster repository ASAP (buster-backports), this will update Ubuntu afterwards. You can use our PPA: “https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/phpmyadmin/+bug/1837775/comments/7
Which will finally take you here to the work around: https://launchpad.net/~phpmyadmin/+archive/ubuntu/ppa