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I had to add acpi=off to the install to get it to run. Other threads talked about nomodeset, or specific nvidia settings, did you have nay trouble?
The laptop I am using is prertty recent with a UEFI bios, this causes issues apparently. Also the installer wouldnt recognise the existing windows OS, so I had to do the 'something else' and set the ubuntu partitions up manually.
A bit of a faf really, and yet another reason Ubuntu will never make it onto the home platform. It is just too damn fiddly.
Since a payment made by bitcoin is difficult to trace, ransomware attacks become more frequent. The fact that the value of bitcoin has increased quickly in recent years certainly motivates attackers to do more. If people have no interest in bitcoin trade, do you think the attacks can be reduced?
Seems you didn't understand the criminal part right?
I read it as the OP meaning if bitcoin were not something you and I could actually pay the ransom with (because it has been outlawed) then these types of attacks would be reduced since normal people couldn't pay the ransom.
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.