It is not possible, at least not with an easy and safe way.
A fresh install of Ubuntu 12.10 64bit is the only safe way to have Ubuntu 12.10 64bit installed.
Maybe there are some techniques you could try, but it's more likely to cause problems which will result in an unstable system.
For more inf...
Ubuntu Linux 12.04.1 With LAMP stack.
The goal is to setup a web server that can send mail via the PHP mail() function, which uses localhost. The mail must then be relayed to an ISP domain smtp.isp-domain.co.za
Please note the domain names have been replaced in this question and probably don’...
@cipricus given that you said it still occurred - albeit only once - yes the kernel is still the likely cause. Mint Nadia is not relevant here since it still uses both udev & the same kernel. I'm surprised that you've jumped ship - xubuntu would be the equivalent and logical progression.
I'm running a tightvnc server on Ubuntu 11.04 with a Gnome fallback session. Things seem to work fine except that when I try launching an application that needs xfonts-100dpi. All application menus are shown as little boxes instead of characters. It's as if the fonts are missing. The strange thin...
I have a php web application on Netbeans on my Ubuntu , and server is CentOS on a virtualBox .
Suddenly uploading to server stopped and I'm getting these errors for non-root user :
file backup_restore.php Cannot upload file backup_restore.php (unknown reason).
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I inherited an old Ubuntu 6.10 server running php 5.1.6 which is using sybase to connect to MSSQL. A user submitted some text containing an en-dash and crashed one of my script. It turns out sybase doesn't like UTF-8 characters such as en-dash or é. Future searches in the database will also not l...
Open the terminal. the shortcut is:
Ctrl + Alt + T
Then type this command:
sudo rfkill unblock all
If it did not work from the beginning.Try typing it again like 2 or 3 times and then see
Sometimes the hard switch won't work. So this command works like a hard switch and helps enabling the ...
I have software which needs to run as a non-root user, but needs to listen on port 80 and 443.
With iptables, this isn't all that difficult:
sudo iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8080
sudo iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 443 -j ...