Some things I stumbled upon while working with Ubuntu:
Initially, Ubuntu does not support compressing and splitting into volumes. It seems that only few archive types support splitting, among them
sudo apt-get install p7zip-full sudo apt-get install rar
On Windows, I always used
rar, but on Ubuntu I actually opted for
7zip due to its completely free version. In the dialog box when selecting right click > compress ... it should then be possible to select
7zip and choose splitting sizes under Other Options.
For years now, I am running Ubuntu and Windows on my machine. As I installed Ubuntu after Windows, I use EasyBCD. Unfortunately, I removed some of the required boot files on my
C: drive by accident — specifically
ANG0, which I did not know existed —, getting the following error when trying to boot Ubuntu:
Cannot find ang0 in all drives. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart
- Start EsayBCD from Windows.
- Delete any existing Ubuntu/Linux entries.
- Create a new entry for Ubuntu/Linux (choosing GRUB2 as type).
The result may look as in Figure 1.
sudo apt-get install network-manager-vpnc network-manager-vpnc-gnome
Then, when selecting to create a new Cisco VPN connection, the window may look as in Figure 1.