How to determine what to delete in a partition to install Ubuntu,

Petter Adsen petter at synth.no
Mon Oct 5 15:22:23 UTC 2015


On Mon, 05 Oct 2015 10:08:25 -0400
Richard Barmann <reb at barmannsbar.com> wrote:

> Konsole output
> dick at dick-desktop:~$  lsb_release -dr >~/post-it.txt;uname -rm 
>  >>~/post-it.txt  
> dick at dick-desktop:~$  ~/post-it.txt
> bash: /home/dick/post-it.txt: Permission denied
> dick at dick-desktop:~$ lsb_release -dr >~/post-it.txt;uname -rm 
>  >>~/post-it.txt  
> dick at dick-desktop:~$
> dick at dick-desktop:~$ ~/post-it.txt
> bash: /home/dick/post-it.txt: Permission denied
> dick at dick-desktop:~$ sudo lsb_release -dr >~/post-it.txt;uname -rm 
>  >>~/post-it.txt  
> [sudo] password for dick:
> dick at dick-desktop:~$ ~/post-it.txt
> bash: /home/dick/post-it.txt: Permission denied
> dick at dick-desktop:~$ sudo ~/post-it.txt
> sudo: /home/dick/post-it.txt: command not found
> dick at dick-desktop:~$
> 
> I get "Permission Denied" Tried doing root/sudo but still got no post.

It's not an executable, it's a text file. Try opening it in a text
editor.

Or just post the output of "lsb_release -dr" and "uname -rm".

Petter

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