Free Rpg Games
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 18, 2006
I am a rpg freak, but linux is trowing me for a loop. In yalls opinion what are some good rpgs that are free and easy to install. Please give me some feedback.
Where's the GUI to change hostname on Intrepid?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 9, 2008
The title says it all. Does anyone happen to know?
Virus on Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 4, 2009
I was browsing the web when I found this page:
And I was wondering, as I am new to Linux, how accurate and true is this post?
Thanks for the reply.
Safely remove USB hard drive in Linux (Ubuntu)/ Do we have the problem?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 23, 2009
I am using Kubuntu for couple of month, before that it was Ubuntu Gnome for several years. I never really got in depth of ubuntu simply because I do want to do that, I prefer being like it is now.
Anyway in past I was concerned with famous thread here in our forums, which dealt with problem called "Ubuntu is killing your hard drive". I fixed this issue when I had Hardy. Now it is Jaunty here, and I have found an interesting post here:
The guy wrote a script and I see a point of using it, because I suspect my usb device (I have two) are not suspended correctly. When I suspend them in XP I hear a sound which is like the drive's head being parked. In linux this does not happen. I suppose this not ubuntu specific problem, but anyway IS IT PROBLEM AT ALL? Experts please give your opinion, I do not want my hardware to be damaged by the software.
And another thing which is more a comment than a question. My laptop is ge
Fedora 11 is out
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 9, 2009
Looks like it's officially out.. time to download it and stick it in a virtualbox. Just a heads-up for anyone looking to try it.
Ubuntu Not Booting into GUI?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 3, 2011
I just got a Dell Inspiron N4010 the other day and loaded Ubuntu 10.10 desktop edition onto it. But for some reason or another it will not boot into the GUI, I have installed and reinstalled Ubuntu and Ubuntu Netbook times over, but still with no luck. The LiveCD is perfectly fine, but once I reboot its all in text-mode. I tried doing 'startx' but it just made the screen go blank. I don't know how, but at one point i was holding down the power button to turn it off after doing 'startx' and a graphic warning popped up saying that it was running in Low Graphics Mode. But then it just shutdown cause i was holding down the power button. Does anybody know how i could get the GUI to load on boot? Thanks for all your help!
graphic initialization failed in grub
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 16, 2009
i am using open suse 10.3.When I turn on my system then
'graphic initialization failed' error occurd then I run the command halt & restart again then it works normally so I want to know does this happen with others frequently.My computer has no graphic card only intel 82810e embedded in motherboard.
Driver compilation for elo touch screen fails on 13.10
- date: March 16, 2014
A touch screen driver compilation fails on Ubuntu 13.10, but runs successfully on 13.04. The two errors on 13.10 are implicit declaration of function warnings treated as errors. Did the compiler standard flags change with 13.10? Did I miss something else? Any other suggestions on fixing the compilation?
Edit1: Annotation: The directory /lib/modules/$(shell uname -r)/build used in Makefile seems to have moved to /usr/src/linux-headers-3.11.0-18-generic in standard 13.10. After changing Makefile respectively still no success when compiling.
The build-essentials package is installed. A simple
command won't yield the o-file.
The compilation error is:
:/etc/opt/elo-mt-usb/elo_mt_input_mod_src$ sudo make
make -C /lib/modules/3.11.0-18-generic/build SUBDIRS=/etc/opt/elo-mt-usb/elo_mt_input_mod_src modules
make: Betrete Verzeichnis '/usr/src/linux-headers-3.11.0-18-generic'
CC [M] /etc/opt/elo-mt-usb/elo_mt_input_mod_src/elo_mt
[SOLVED] Help with troubleshooting HP DAT 72 tape drive and tapes [RHEL 5u7]
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 22, 2014
I've come across this issue at work where I would like to perform some tests on our HP DAT 72 tapes since I suspect some faulty ones, even though they are within their normal life cycle (~70 write operations have been performed on each).
I would like to confirm we're looking at some bad tapes at random (we have not been able to detect a time pattern in failed backups up until now) before considering replacing the tape drive.
The first thing I thought about was dd'ing some dummy files into each tape (40 in total), each one being as large as the daily backup we usually write to them, and comparing the write times in each case. I know this can take over 4 hours in total, but I'm willing to give it that amount of time.
Any other ideas to benchmark / troubleshoot the tape drive and / or tapes?
Thanks in advance.
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