Linux kenal update yes or no?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 30, 2012
I have a kernel question. Should I update my Linux kernel? I am fairly new to Linux, running Zorin 5.2 core on an older HP (XP originally) with a 3500 AMD Sempron processor, 1.256 gigs of ram and 160 gig hard drive. I have had this OS for about 4 months now. My Ubuntu update center says there are kernel updates. I have searched and read the forums and am still unsure whether to update my kernel or not. It seems it causes a lot of problems, which I am not sure I will be able to solve. Can anyone help me with the benefits versus troubles this could cause me and what is best to do, update or don't update?
Linux (KDE) in arabic? Yes! It IS possible :)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 21, 2003
Woohoo! Finally, SOME arabic support on Linux. Its not perfect yet (but what is perfect besides god anyways)?
here is a snapshot
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If it does't work, try:
RIGHT CLICK -> SAVE TARGET AS / SAVE LINK TARGET AS
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RIGHT CLICK -> SAVE TARGET AS / SAVE LINK TARGET AS[/URL]
All Linux computers will crash in 2038
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 7, 2005
If we keep useing 32 bit computers.
Netflix kills all hope for Instant viewing on Linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 20, 2010
I can't find an "official" link on this. But this guy's blog has always been an excellent source for legit Netflix news.
For when an emulator that emulates all machines for linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 17, 2010
Here is the list of machines that could be emulated in one single program.
Emulators on Unix/Linux
Amstrad - CPC (5)
Amstrad - PCW (1)
Apple - II Series (1)
Apple - Macintosh (6)
Arcade - LaserDisc (1)
Arcade - MAME (9)
Arcade - Single System (9)
Atari - 2600 (2)
Atari - 5200 SuperSystem (2)
Atari - Jaguar (1)
Atari - Lynx (1)
Atari - ST (4)
Atari 8 bit (2)
Coleco - ColecoVision (1)
Commodore - 64 (5)
Commodore - Amiga (2)
Commodore - C16 / C116 / Plus 4 (1)
Hewlett Packard - HPxx Series (4)
Magnavox - Odyssey2 (2)
Mattel - Intellivision (2)
Microsoft - DOS/Windows OS (5)
Microsoft - MSX (3)
NEC - PC8801 (2)
NEC - PC98 (1)
NEC - Turbo Grafx 16 (2)
Nintendo - 64 (4)
Nintendo - DS (2)
Nintendo - GameBoy (9)
Nintendo - GameBoy Advance (4)
Nintendo - GameCube (2)
Nintendo - NES (16)
Nintendo - SNES (5)
Nintendo - Virtual Boy (1)
Other (Multiple Systems) (4)
Palm OS (1)
Palm Pilot (1)
Philips - P
How do I get all the memory of my PC available in Linux ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 22, 2013
With all 32bit Ubuntu or PXLinuxOS systems I installed on my PC came 4 GB of Memory .
When I upgraded the kernel to a pae version, I got 8 GB . The same amount I had wen I installed a 64bit Linux Mint or PCLOS ....
The question is : my desktop has 16 GB of DDR3 RAM, which is also available in the preinstalled Windows 7 .
What does it take to have that 16 GB availbable in Linux systems ?
Thanks for enlightening me !
Technical specifications :
Lenovo Ideacentre B540P All-in-One PC 58,42 cm (23")
Operating system: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bits
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-3770 Processor (8M Cache, 3.90 GHz) - integrated Intel HD Graphics 4000
Memory: 16Gb (4x4Gb) DDR3 1333MHz
Memory Slot: 4
Display: 23” Full HD (1920x1080), 16:9 widescreen frameless display
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce™ GT650M 2Gb
Speakers: Integrated stereo speakers supporting Dolby Advanced Audio V2
Integrated camera: Integrated L
Do you want all the major Linux distros to standardize on one packaging format?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 11, 2009
For me, YES. I use AUR, but for major distros I think that all moving to one format (I would prefer DEB) would be the best.
How to del all history in Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 15, 2002
I am a system administrator in Linux in my company.
Now, after I login to root, I just discovered that Linux will remember what I enter ask for it to do in the history. Whatever I logout and login again the history still in here.
How to del all history before logout?
My Linux is Red Hat 7.2
Linux power user's guide: Fglrx and or Mesa 7.3rc1 working all under a custom kernel
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 11, 2009
***PLEASE DIGG THIS! I SPENT A LOT OF TIME WRITING THIS AND I WANT THIS TO BE KNOWN!***
PLEASE DO 6NTU6 BEFORE 5NTU5! SORRY FOR THE MISTAKE!
Hello! This is an advanced guide for Linux power users who want the most out of their system on Ubuntu 8.10 (specifically the graphics processor) by getting fglrx (ATi driver) and or Mesa 7.3 release candidate 1 (Beta release) working on a custom kernel (I used upstream official linux kernel 2.6.28 stable with no snapshots or Andrew Norton's patches.)
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT FOR USERS WHO SIMPLY WANT FGLRX WORKING WITH UBUNTU 8.10! IF YOU ARE TRYING TO BUILD A KERNEL AND WANT TO RESULT IN DIRECT RENDERING WITH THE LATEST VERSION OF CATALYST BUILT FOR UBUNTU 8.10 AND ARE WILLING TO DO LOTS OF COMPILING, YOU'VE CAME TO THE RIGHT PLACE! THIS GUIDE WILL BE UPDATED ONCE A MONTH TO KEEP YOU UP TO DATE WITH THE LATEST ATI DRIVERS!
1NTU1 PREPARING YOUR SYSTEM
If you know the basics to compile a kernel from source then go to section 2NTU2
What I did
how to find all processes cpu utilization & the cpu processor in linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 10, 2012
I need a command to list all the processes running in a server and its cpu utilization and the respective processor it uses (means cpu 0/cpu1) in a linux server running redhat-release 5update 2 .
Can you please help me if there is a command to do or is there any script which can help ?
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