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Summary

Software by its very nature is subject to inaccuracies, bugs, and usability problems—and users by their very nature are subject to errors, mistakes, and misjudgments. Although every release of Ubuntu makes Linux and computing far easier to use and more flexible than the previous release, there are always going to be occasions when something just doesn't work.

Hopefully, this chapter has provided some useful solutions to some of the typical problems you may face when using Ubuntu. If this chapter does not answer all your questions, though, head over to the incredible Ubuntu forums at www.ubuntuforums.org/ to tap into a huge community of people who can help.

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