This posting is a summary of how I got two systems to dual boot windows 8 and Ubuntu 14.04. Note that this was done on systems that didn't boot legacy, and had secure boot enabled.
Anything related to Linux.
AZLoCo is proud to announce a new Ubuntu Hour
Phoenix Ubuntu hour
When:Sat, October 25, 6pm – 8pm
Where:Songbird Coffee and Tea House 214 E Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
DescriptionPurpose: Come and learn about Ubuntu (a Linux Operating System) for your personal computer and the FREE software. meet with other Linux users and chat about linux and open source http://www.songbirdcoffeehouse.com/
My name is Stephen Melheim and I currently work in a help desk position. I am looking to get deeper into networking and security fields but know a bit more. My free times are usually Saturday and Sunday, but I do get out of work after 4 on weekdays.
If anyone has projects they need help on a won't mind having someone that knows a little about the technology being used and would be find teching, then I'd been willing to help. Post here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I tend to be on #ubuntu to help others. Today, an interesting question
popped up, how do I clean the old linux images and headers?
Each linux image / header has its own dir in /usr/src/
Let's start, uname -a ... do NOT remove this image
Let's do a sudo apt-get update ... make sure it is clean
If, for some reason, you get errors, try sudo apt-get -f install (fix broken)
Let's get a list of all the images, dpkg -l | grep linux-image
Cottonwood AZ Open Source Software Society (Cottonwood)
Located at Paradise Valley Community College (in building E near the three pillars). Parking on the east side of the campus is best & enter on the east side of the building. Look for the area called "Computer Commons" near the center corridor on the left. Enter and make your way towards the room against the wall on the far right labeled E146. See the link below for the campus map.