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How to Check if Your elementary System Is 32-bit or 64-bit
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Elementary is 64 bit only and has been for a while. However, you can check your CPU's abilities with: sudo lshw -class processor That will give you a bunch of information about your CPU. You can look ...

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How to disable the add blocker?
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To disable ad-blocking in eOS, you need to open the browser, click on the gear icon, and set the preferences to allow ads. However, this isn't the kind of fidelity that you're looking for. In Epiphany,...

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Minimum HARDWARE requirements for ODIN?
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With the first system, you can't install it at all. eOS is a 64 bit OS. Those are limited to the 32 bit architecture. You'll need a 32 bit OS. With the second system, you can install it - but your ...

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Cannot find VS Code application on Elementary OS
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This is more a snap thing than an eOS thing. In other words, I've seen the same behavior on other operating systems where I'd installed snaps. Here is a thread with a bunch of people who had issues ...

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Location for User Feedback on eOS 6
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I felt that this needed a canonical answer, so I decided to go get the information and share it. First, let me share an image: As you can see, the GitHub link is here. You can report or comment there,...

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Installing Elementary OS
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In this particular case, the download was corrupted. Errors can happen during the download process and the larger the file is the more chances it has to be corrupted. This can happen during the ...

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How do I get another copy of elementaryos.iso?
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I have seen this question a few times, not necessarily on SE. I don't think the site is intentionally deceptive, I just think people don't realize they can pay nothing and download the operating ...

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How do I view attachments in the default email client?
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Double click on the email so that the preview/viewing pane opens up and then they're just below that. I made you a helpful graphic: You can double-click on the attachment and open it in the default ...

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How do I use PPAs with Elementary OS?
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Elementary, like Debian and some other Debian derivatives, doesn't support PPAs out of the box. In order to use them, you'll have to install software-properties-common. Open your terminal with CTRL + ...

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2010 Macbook Pro installation issues
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The solution is to add nomodeset to GRUB's boot parameters. You can do this by the advanced options during the initial boot process easily enough. Just add it after, or replace it with, "quiet ...

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Elementary won’t boot after successful install
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For whatever reason, GRUB isn't working properly. I don't know why. I wasn't there when it was installed. So, we're going to fix it. First, adding PPAs to eOS is a pain. It's possible, but let's just ...

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Music - PLaying online radios
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You absolutely can. If your existent media player isn't up to the task, one fairly universal application (VLC) almost certainly is. You can install it from the AppCenter or from the terminal. To ...

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