how to: 'increase' internal memory of android phone under ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2013
in this simple guide I will state the steps taken in order to increase the internal memory of my (old) smartphone. This guide might also seem helpful for newer phones as well, since the needs surpass the capabilities even of these new phones.
In order to accomplish this it is required to have:
an sd card along witha program called link2sd &a card reader
Now, in order to "increase" the internal memory of the smartphone, this can be done (in general) with 2 different ways:
use the program link2sd, so as to transfer part of the application to your sd card, while the rest lies to your internal memory use the program link2sd, so as to transfer almost in its entirety the application to a specific partition in your sd card
In order for both solutions to work, you should have rooted your mobile phone. Otherwise, the only solution is to use the phone's capability to transfer part of the application to your sd card, which is much less efficient than the solutions propos
ERROR => OUTOFMEMORY Internal memory allocation error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 3, 2004
I'm new with linux and am running Red-Hat 7.2 on my machine. I've come across a process that have failed due to the following error:
May 19 14:13:12.96| 1024|||| ** ERROR => OUT_OF_MEMORY Internal memory allocation error
I know in Windows, there is a environmental setting that controls how much memory any given process can get a hold of. Is there a similar setting in Linux? If so, how can I modify this setting to allow my processes to access the memory it requires?
Sony Xperia T internal memory recognition
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 4, 2013
Hello, is there any option for Ubuntu to recognize my phone's Sony Xperia T 8GB internal memory. Ubuntu only shows it's micro SD card. I also try on my friends Macbook pro and there is the same problem. Internal memory is recognized only on Windows with original Sony software instaled, but i have windows only on my stationary work computer
reading a PCMCIA memory card with an internal reader on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 11, 2013
I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on a Toshiba Satellite A100-493, model PSAA9E-0PC047GR (more details & command output below).
The laptop has an internal PCMCIA slot, and I would like for it to read a few PCMCIA SRAM memory cards that I have. So far, no luck. Maybe I'm just missing the connection on how to mount this type of media?
Would be happy for any kind of assistance or advice anyone might have. Just trying to copy data files over to my local hard drive. Thanks in advance!
output of uname -a:
not able to access samsung galaxy note2's internal and external memory
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 22, 2013
i am new ubuntu user just installed v.12.10 and really love the interface. I really like it and don't wanna revert back to windows8 but i have serious problems which i am not able to deal with:
when i plugin my device to computer via USB ubuntu shows that there's a samsund device but i am not able to browse my device's memory(internal and sd card) as i used to get with windows. I have lot of stuff that i wanna copy in my external sd card and internal memory but i simply can't do it becoz ubuntu doesn't have anyway to browse my device's memory..........plz someone help.......explain me each and every step i am a newbie
Iso boot of Bodhi on grub4dos NTFS internal HDD Success
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 18, 2011
Took me a year or so. And not me doing it either. I just edited
what somebody else suggested. That one did not boot but my edited
version do boot on my computer. looks like this:
Booting Problem. Windows and ubuntu on internal hdd. Centos on External USB hdd
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 17, 2013
I have Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04 on internal hard disk of my Dell n5010 and Centos 6.4 on an external usb hard disk.
I am having problem booting from both the internal and the external hdd.
After installation of Centos 6.4 on external hdd, i was unable to boot into my internal hdd if I remove my external hdd.
then I repaired Windows boot manager using EASY BCD. After that, my external USB hdd won't boot and the system would directly boot into windows boot loader even if i have usb hdd connected.
Please give me a solution so that I can boot into the external hdd when it is connected and boot into the internal hdd if external hdd is not connected.
Anyone using a low memory VPS?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 12, 2012
Hey guys, I just purchased a linux VPS to play around with and it has 250mb ram. Anyway, although CentOS seems to be a more popular option, I went with Ubuntu 11.04. Obviously it does not have enough memory to run a UI so I just access the root user over SSH.
Yesterday I tried setting up LAMP (Apache, PHP, and mysql) and I managed to get them all running but 256mb is just not enough, even when I turned all their settings down...Apache and PHP don't use a lot of resources but mysql was using 130mb while idle....
Does anyone have any recommendations? Is anyone else running stuff off a 256mb VPS?
Ubuntu 8.04 vs. Debian Faceoff. Memory management problem in Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 18, 2008
I'm new here but have been trying several linux distros in a few machines, and wanted to share a simple experiment that surprised me quite a bit today. The post is long, hope you are patient enough to go through all of it. There's really nothing deep in this post, actually, you'll be rather amazed at how elementary my experiment was.
I've been using Ubuntu since last year (v7.10) on a rather powerful machine with 2GB of RAM and a Core 2 duo Intel CPU. But recently at work I came across an old Compaq laptop (Evo N610c) that only has 256 MB of RAM. I decided to try some Linux distros on it to see how they did.
I know Ubuntu recommends more than 256MB of RAM, in particular for running OpenOffice, but I decided to install Ubuntu because it's the one distro I'm most familiar with. Then decided to install also Debian (with the netinst CD) using Gnome as window manager. The idea was to use Debian as some kind of baseline to compare Ubuntu 8.04 with. After this I would pro
Ubuntu fills my memory like crazy what can I do?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 26, 2013
I recently got a new laptop. Its quite fast, and its a good laptop, and it has 8 Gb of RAM.
The problem I have is that when starting up Ubuntu, and opening Google Chrome, playing a few youtube videos, going on a few websites, my RAM usage has jumped up to 60%, or so says the memory indicator I have on the top panel. My computer starts to get slow if I do anything massive as well - If I use a virtual machine for a bit then close it, the memory stays high and the computer stays slow. Quickly and Glade UI Designer also cause a lot of this.
At the moment, I am using unity and compiz with a lot of effects turned on. I switched over to Gnome 2.x without, and it seemed to be fine, although then again I didnt exactly test it. I like Unity though, I dont want to switch.
My question is - what can I do to improve this? Is there some handy little background daemon software that automatically cleans the caches or something? Because I would have thought that Ubuntu (technically I use
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10