ddigikam and wastebin maximum
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 24, 2013
upon deleting images in Digikam, program announces:
"The wastebin has reached its maximum size!
Cleanup the waste bin manually."
in fact wastebin is empty and can be used withiut restriction by any other program.
How t reset wastebin feature for Digikam?
thank you, Miel
Error 18: Selected cylinder exceeds maximum supported by BIOS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 16, 2009
My desktop computer powering my stereo crashed randomly (that's weird for Ubuntu!), and on the next boot, I got this message from GRUB:
Error 18: Selected cylinder exceeds maximum supported by BIOS. Press ENTER to continue.
I pressed enter and it booted up just fine.
Is this the beginnings of a failing HDD? The drive is only 6 months old.
I didn't change any settings in GRUB, nor have I made any system changes.
Thanks for any help in advance!
[SOLVED] The trash has reached its maximum size! Cleanup the trash manually.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 2, 2011
when i want to delete a file to go to my trash there is a warning message that i get,it is as follows:"The trash has reached its maximum size!
Cleanup the trash manually."
what is the possible solution to this problem,i am using kubuntu!!
"The trash has reached its maximum size" in Ubuntu 11.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 2, 2012
I am using Ubuntu 11.04. After I burned a disk in K3b, I tried to move a file to Trash from K3b, and I got the message:
"The trash has reached its maximum size!
Cleanup the trash manually."
So I opened the Trash folder on the desktop and found that it was empty.
I tried "/home/<user>/.local/share/Trash/files" in Terminal and got "bash: /home/larry/.local/share/Trash/files: Is a directory"
So where do I go from here? How can I have a full Trash file and it be empty at the same time?
And how do I resize it so this does not happen again in the future?
Maximum Supported RAM for 32bit Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 17, 2008
What is the maximum supported ram size for 32-bit Ubuntu?
MB Maximum RAM Capacity Question
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 11, 2007
I was looking at some Asus MBs the other day and noticed that they all have a max of 4GB of RAM that they can hold.
Is that a limit imposed by Windows or inherent in the 32-bit or 64-bit architecture?
I ask because with the dual-core and now quad-core cpu's, I have to wonder how much use they'll be if they're all fighting over the same limited pool of RAM?
Thanks for any info you can provide.
Maximum partition size in Ubuntu server 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 16, 2012
Hi. Complete Ubuntu and Linux n00b here. I am in the process of building a file server for my media collection. I have bought a HP ProLiant Microserver, and want to configure it as follows: 1 x 250 GB HDD for OS + 4 x ? TB HDDs for content, using SnapRAID to build in redundancy for the content. I am more familiar with Windows, but its sys req's are a joke compared to Ubuntu. I have downloaded Ubuntu server and messed around with it in a VM, and would like to use that as the OS and ext4 as the FS.
So here's the question: should I buy 4 x 2 TB drives, or 4 x 3 TB drives? Obviously 3 TB is preferable, but I have read some old (2007/2008) literature that says the maximum supported partition is 2 TB. Yes, I could split the 3 TB disks into two partitions of 1.5 TB each, but I am concerned that SnapRAID will use a partition to create parity for another partition on the same physical disk. I would prefer to have a single partition per physical disk.
Obviously Ubuntu has developed a lot since
32 bit Maximum swap partition size
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 12, 2009
I getting ready to install the 32 bit version of karmic. This Laptop has 3 GB's of ram. What I want to do is setup a 6 GB swap partition, To make sure that I have enough space put the computer to sleep without losing any of my work. Will Ubuntu recognize a swap partition this large? and is there anything special I need to do to set this up?
What is the maximum size of swap partition I can allot?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 15, 2009
Is there a limit? What decides it?
On a related note, what decides the maximum amount of virtual memory of a system?
maximum number of hard links
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 8, 2010
I have a 32-bit Linux server with an ext3 file system. Is there any kind of upper-limit to the number of hard links I am allowed to use? (Per inode...? Per directory...? Per filesystem...?)
And (just out of curiosity) would this be any different if I had a 64-bit machine or a different file system?
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