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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 17, 2019, 04:57:43 am »
Thanks for every suggestion guys, but nothing seemed to work. I went for the nuclear option and installed Linux anew.

VinDSL, cool nickname  8)

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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 16, 2019, 03:26:17 pm »
I meant a full Linux reinstall ;D I don't think this can be fixed.

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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 16, 2019, 01:14:12 pm »
I'm pretty sure I screwed up. And btw, I'm still stuck where I started.

Connection to Pulse Audio failed. Automatic retry in 5 seconds.

I'll probably go for a complete reinstall.

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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 16, 2019, 12:42:10 pm »
So I did, and the package seems nowhere to be found anyway.  :-X


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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 16, 2019, 10:14:04 am »
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Err:1 http://cz.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial/main i386 libwebrtc-audio-processing-0 i386 0.1-3ubuntu1~gcc5.1
  404  Not Found [IP: 217.31.202.63 80]
E: Selhalo stažení http://cz.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/w/webrtc-audio-processing/libwebrtc-audio-processing-0_0.1-3ubuntu1~gcc5.1_i386.deb  404  Not Found [IP: 217.31.202.63 80]

E: Nelze stáhnout některé archivy. Možná spusťte apt-get update nebo zkuste --fix-missing?

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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 16, 2019, 09:31:59 am »
For some reason, the package download fails, and terminal suggests --fix-missing which does not do a thing.

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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 16, 2019, 04:45:40 am »
Hello Slim.Fatz,

the problem is, I edited the daemon.conf file which is no longer on my computer  :'(

All I have left in the etc/Pulse/ directory is client.conf.

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New Users / Re: How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio?
« on: November 16, 2019, 02:13:54 am »
Thanks, but, unfortunately, removing and re-installing didn't do. Connection to PulseAudio Fails, and the automatic and unsuccessful retry every 5 seconds drives me insane  >:(

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New Users / How to Reconfigure Pulse Audio? (SOLVED - kinda)
« on: November 16, 2019, 01:06:06 am »
In attempt to improve the sound quality, I followed some guide and edited some file, and now the sound is completely gone, and the system gives me

"connection to pulse audio failed automatic retry in 5 s"

Any way to fix this?  :'(

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New Users / Re: How to Completely Wipe Entire HDD from Live USB
« on: November 03, 2019, 10:58:12 pm »
Is there any way? I suppose formatting itself during new installation over the old one is not enough.

What makes you say that ? .. are you thinking about security ?

ie. enough for what ?



If it's not about security personally I'd boot the LiveUSB .. load GParted .. and use it to simply delete the partitions (or write a new partition table).

If it **IS** about a secure wipe, then how paranoid do you want to be ?

When I try to use GParted, I can't delete/format one partition because it returns Unable to delete...
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Please unmount any logical partitions having a number higher than 5
, or
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Invalid partition table - recursive partition on /dev/sdb.

EDIT: I used the DD command in the end and it worked. Thank you. So no, I can't create a new partition table, as it keeps giving me
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Invalid partition table - recursive partition on /dev/sdb.

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New Users / How to Completely Wipe Entire HDD from Live USB
« on: November 03, 2019, 02:12:53 pm »
Is there any way? I suppose formatting itself during new installation over the old one is not enough.

Thank you

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Hi,

thank you.

It's actually pretty simple if you follow this guide:

Undelete itself is done through the sudo ntfsundelete command after you list the file inodes.

https://www.maketecheasier.com/recover-deleted-windows-files-with-linux/

The problem is, my file was deleted in the process of being moved from one partition to another. I can recover it, but it's empty. And all I have left is the portion I moved before deleting it, which is useless.

Let's wait and see if the well versed folks have some ace up their sleeves.

EDIT and CORRECTION: Apparently, I was moving the file on the SD card and that's how the stuff happened. It was 5AM over here. Sorry.

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To expound a little; the file was deleted in the middle of being moved from the Windows to the Linux partition.  I have found it using df -h and undeleted it, but it has 0 bytes  :'(

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As the title asks. Is there any way to recover a file permanently deleted from the Windows partition (deleted through Linux)?

Thank you

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New Users / Re: Lockscreen Suddenly Changing
« on: August 31, 2019, 02:26:53 pm »
Suckless tools sucked for me, but now they're gone.

Thank you.

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