List of Linux distros hardware requirements
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 19, 2010
Is it possible to find a list of recommended and/or minimum hardware requirements of linux distros?
Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Kubuntu, Puppy, Gentoo, Arch, DSL, and many others....
If so, where can i find it?
Linux as a Router: Hardware Requirements
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 21, 2006
Hey there! I'm pretty much a Linux newbie. I started to play with it a long time ago, but I only had one computer and the dependancy of games on Windows ultimately caused me to leave Linux permanently. However, I now have built a new computer for gaming only. I don't even surf the internet with it! Anyway...onto the meat!
Okay. So I have a SCSI card. So I'm going to buy a 9GB SCSI drive from eBay and use it. And I've got a computer other than my new gaming rig that I'd like to put Windows on as well for the purposes of gaming when a friend comes over and doesn't feel like lugging his crapbox over. So I've got a little bit of money around. So I'm going to buy that SCSI drive. And an mATX box that I'll build. Now, I want this box to run Linux, and I want Linux to serve as my router. Not as a webserver, not as a file server. Just as a router. Now the question is: how hardware-intensive is it? I'm guessing it can't be too bad considering the dinky little things LinkSys,
Server hardware requirements?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 26, 2009
I asked my school teacher if we could set up a linux server, to test it out and such. And he asked me about the system requirements for the OS. I tried at the ubuntu homepage, and I google'd a little, but I didnt find anything of use.
Not sure what the server is going to be used for, probably a web server, or storage server.
So, I need to know what you guys would recommend for this machine, we have one server that has 4gb ram, and a intel xeon cpu x2 iirc. Could we use this machine to the server?
Edit: Guessing this is the wrong forum to post it in, could a kind mod move it to the correct forum?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2011
What is the minimum hardware requirement to be a host for virtual clients?
I want to do some 'home brew cloud' for personal education, and using Amazon or other service is problematic due to my slow internet connection so having a 'stone soup cloud' would be nice.
I am trying to determine what hardware I can get by with to make something that works OK, possibly not great.
Min Hardware Requirements?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2013
I want to know min. requirement for running ubuntu. I heard min req. for running linux is 64mb ram.
I am having 256 MB ram. Will I be able to run linux.
It is P4 processor. 10 years old. Can I install Ubuntu 12.04 or 11.04 or 10.04 on it?
I have made cd and 10.04 is working on VM in my laptop.
10.4 or 9.10 Hardware requirements
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 4, 2010
I have been trying to install 9.10 on a 2007 Satellite Laptop, L35, 512MB RAM, 60GB HD, Intel Centrino.
The CD drive is damaged so I booted from an USB, in the live session and in the installing process the computer freezes. I finally tryed installing ubuntu using the whole HD, deleting Windows XP, I hoped this would help Ubuntu's performance... failure.
What are the hardware requirements for 10.4?
Should I try an older version of Ubuntu?
Should I try a different Distribution?
UEC Hardware Requirements Questions
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 3, 2010
Hi, folks. I have two quick questions regarding the hardware requirements for setting up an Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud environment:
1. This document from the Ubuntu site says, regarding node controllers, that "...the CPU on the Node Controller needs to have either the Intel VT or AMD-V extensions" (Hardware considerations section, page 16). I really haven't found a place that gives a simple summary of the hardware requirements for UEC, as opposed to straight Ubuntu, but do I understand correctly that nodes in the cloud cannot run on any hardware that does not have virtualization technology? We have some servers with Intel VT, but we have several servers without, and I just want to see if that means they are going to be useless as part of our cloud.
2. I'm a little fuzzy on how UEC allocates resources from the cloud to the various server instances. If, for example, we have some physical server nodes that have 64-bit processors with virtualization support, and others that ar
Ubuntu phone/touch superphone / desktop convergence, hardware requirements?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 20, 2013
As can be seen for instance here, a igh-end Ubuntu "superphone" is classified as being one which has the following hardware:
Processor architecture: Quad-core A9 or Intel AtomMemory: Min 1GBFlash storage: Min 32GB eMMC + SDMultitouch: YesDesktop convergence: Yes
What, exactly, does "Min 32GB eMMC + SD" mean? Does it mean that "the sum of the storage available on the phone eMMC and on the SD card (if any) must exceed 32GB"? For instance, if my phone has 16GB of internal memory, and I put a microSD card into the phone which has at least 16GB of space on it, will my phone become a superphone? Does this then also mean that the Nexus 4 can never be a superphone?What, exactly, does Quad-core A9 mean? Is Canonical refering to these guys?
Lucid hardware requirements?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2010
Is there a list of hardware requirements anywhere for lucid? My computers kinds old and I don't want to install it if I'm just going to have problems... I'm happy with hardy and don't want to mess anything up.
LXer: Ubuntu Tablet OS Hardware Requirements Revealed
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 20, 2013
Published at LXer:
Canonical was proud to announced earlier today, February 19, that they are planning to release a modified version of the Ubuntu operating system, for tablets.
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