Sometimes, a drive needs to be shared by more than that primary user logged in on a Linux computer. This is to facilitate sharing of files and folders by other users on that computer. To enable all authorized users to work with files and folders on the shared drive, read on. Any commands need to … Continue reading How to mount another hard disk for sharing with other users in Linux
Below error appears when updating the initramfs-tools: Processing triggers for initramfs-tools (0.130ubuntu3.8) …update-initramfs: Generating /boot/initrd.img-5.1.0-15-genericI: The initramfs will attempt to resume from /dev/dm-1I: (/dev/mapper/vg0-swap)I: Set the RESUME variable to override this. Before proceeding beyond this point, take a data backup. This error usually occurs if the computer had dual booting and a swap file that … Continue reading How to fix initramfs-tools error when updating it
As my system was very slow to boot, while grub loaded, I press the Esc key see what was wrong. The error related to "failed to connect to lvmetad" occurred frequently. This error is due to improperly configured swap file for the resume of the laptop on hibernate. To fix this, open a terminal window … Continue reading What to do if “failed to connect to lvmetad” slows down booting on Linux Mint or Ubuntu
In /etc/fstab, any file system entry has a long hex digit number. That is the UUID of the device. To get the UUID, you can type following command in a terminal window: sudo blkid <enter> Use the value returned to add to your entry in /etc/fstab for the device you want to add.