What tree has large thorns makes round fruit

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What tree has large thorns makes round fruit?

<,jeffrey_f>, It's a redbud tree.

<,jeffrey_f>, I think.

<,cfhowlett>, !ot

<,ubottu>, #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!

<,xangua>, jeffrey_f: https://jeffreyf.com/p/redbud/

<,zwamkat>, does anyone have a suggestion for an android client for xchat?

<,xangua>, jeffrey_f: you are in offtopic now

<,jeffrey_f>, xangua: I got it. I apologize.

<,k1l>, zwamkat: maybe we got some in #android or #xda-dev ?

<,zwamkat>, xangua: it's not an android issue, so I thought ubuntu was the most appropriate place.

<,zwamkat>, k1l: not on freenode yet, thanks for the suggestion though

<,k1l>, zwamkat: maybe ask in the xda forum or such

<,zwamkat>, alright, I just can't remember if you ever gave advice on this. I'll keep digging around, thanks :)

<,zwamkat>, I'll also try xangua's link

<,jazz_>, how do i go about adding an entry in the grub startup list?

<,dax>, jazz_: https://askubuntu.com/questions/91735/how-do-i-add-an-entry-to-the-grub-menu#91815

<,jazz_>, it doesnt mention this in the guide :-(

<,dax>, jazz_: it's in that link, but since it's an older version of Ubuntu it's not linked there, so here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2 it is

<,jazz_>, dax: thankyou i think it is because i am using arch, and it doesnt show up

<,dax>, jazz_: ah, i dunno about arch. i don't use it :P

<,k1l_>, jazz_: which arch you run?

<,k1l_>, "dpkg -l | grep grub" shows all installed packages with grub in their names

<,k1l_>, ah, it got too late now

<,crizis>, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnHbOiOg6Jw

<,crizis>, i know, wrong window.

<,zwamkat>, so the issue with my ubuntu partition being unbootable is that there is a bios partition next to my uefi partition and i dont know where it is and what it is called

<,zwamkat>, where do i find that out

<,dax>, zwamkat: how does Ubuntu find its way to the hard drive if it doesn't know where the BIOS partition is?

<,zwamkat>, idk i'm a noob

<,zwamkat>, ive seen stuff online

<,dax>, it should be using BIOS boot from the BIOS boot partition

<,zwamkat>, so if i just remove that partition and its bootable i should be fine

<,zwamkat>, idk what that is

<,zwamkat>, also how do i delete partitions on my ssd

<,dax>, is it a Windows thing or something?

<,zwamkat>, i want to just make ubuntu the main partition, but i want to put windows on a virtual machine, to see what i can do on it first

<,zwamkat>, i have 2 ssd's 1 for linux the other for windows

<,jk^>, i installed yesterday the last ubuntu 16.10, i found this bug

<,jk^>, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-shell/+bug/1591461

<,ubottu>, Launchpad bug 1591461 in gnome-shell (Ubuntu) "gnome-shell-extension-desktop-icons crashed with SIGABRT in __abort()" [Undecided,Confirmed]

<,dax>, zwamkat: I mean is that a Windows thing, or something you did?

<,zwamkat>, oh

<,zwamkat>, i put windows on a separate drive and installed it on virtualbox

<,dax>, ...

<,dax>, if it's a Windows thing, just go back to Windows

<,jk^>, i have it, i use ubuntu-gnome 16.10

<,zwamkat>, so I have 3 drives

<,zwamkat>, 1 ssd 1 usb stick and a hd

<,dax>, there's not going to be any reason you can't install Ubuntu on your Windows drive from Windows.

<,zwamkat>, so the ssd and usb stick have ubuntu on them, and the hd has windows on it

<,zwamkat>, so i should put windows on the usb stick and install ubuntu on the ssd

<,dax>, just go for it, it won't hurt anything to try

<,zwamkat>, also how do i delete partitions on my ssd

<,dax>, that's not a good idea though

<,zwamkat>, I am not going to lose any data

<,zwamkat>, why

<,zwamkat>, there is no reason

<,dax>, because the USB drive, in most likely, does not have enough space to fit a Ubuntu installation

<,dax>, which is not going to be an issue if you don't have a lot of data

<,dax>, but it's also not really necessary

<,dax>, just go install Ubuntu on the SSD

<,zwamkat>, well i already have a usb drive and its 2gb large

<,dax>, why are you keeping windows on the external drive

<,zwamkat>, because I need windows for the program I use to connect to my tv

<,dax>, ok

<,dax>, if you keep the USB drive handy you should be able to install Windows from USB if you need it, so it's not a big deal either

<,dax>, (though if you need to keep an image, just boot the USB drive first to restore that and run whatever installer you need to)

<,zwamkat>, there is no program I need to boot

<,dax>, alright, you can keep Windows if you need to. it's a bit of a pain but not totally unreasonable

<,zwamkat>, all I am doing is a backup and restore

<,dax>, it's not unreasonable to put Linux on the SSD and leave the Windows partition for backup purposes

<,dax>, and yeah, for restoring Windows, just boot the USB drive with a Windows installation image, then run the installer

<,zwamkat>, it makes sense

<,zwamkat>, I just have one question

<,zwamkat>, is there a way to add to my windows partition

<,zwamkat>, to be mounted on the boot menu

<,dax>, it will be mounted automatically unless you have a windows ISO on

Watch the video: This tree has HUGE thorns!!! #shorts

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