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Old March 30th, 2013, 11:39 PM   #465 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Rxpert83 View Post
OK so when I try to enable ccache anytime i reboot I get an unresponsive black screen. Clearly I'm not doing it right here.

What's the proper way to enable it, and how do I get Ubuntu to boot again?
I don't know anything about ccache, so I can't help you there.

Still mostly a Ubuntu noob here. I learn by messing up and figuring it out, but last time I couldn't figure it out and reinstalled the os
No! No, no, no. With rare exceptions, no Linux distro should ever need to be reinstalled in order to fix problems. About the only time I ever suggest reinstalling is when a brand new installation is hopelessly screwed up, and the user has nothing to lose by just wiping the drive and starting over again. Other than that, it just shouldn't need to happen. This isn't window$.

You said you're getting an unresponsive black screen. Can you boot from a live CD?

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