Ubuntu and AMD 64 bit procssors?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 31, 2012
I have been running AMD's 64 bit processors/MB's for a couple years now with Ubuntu, (no problems) but I can't help wondering if the 64 bit processor is actually doing anything better in the real world ?
I have no base of comparison! Not complaining about the processor, just wondering.
I run Ubuntu, this is why I originally began using AND processors (recommended).
I there any difference?
[SOLVED] Mounting an NTFS RAID0 stripe in Ubuntu 9.04 64 bit
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 13, 2009
Hi, so I have Windows installed and set up a RAID stripe a while back. I've got all my data there and I would like to access it via Ubuntu, mainly because I'd like to share it on my network (and not have to cut everyone in my house off) while I'm in Ubuntu. Both OS's are installed on separate disks.
I can't get the drive to mount. I keep getting this
"NTFS signature is missing.
Failed to mount '/dev/mapper/nvidia_facfcied': Invalid argument
The device '/dev/mapper/nvidia_facfcied' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?"
Here are the steps I've taken (I already created the mount point /media/Z):
Dual boot Ubuntu 10.10 (64 bit) and Mac OS X Snow leopard
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 30, 2011
I'm having issues dual booting Mac OS X and Ubuntu 10.10 64-bit .
The CD won't load the "Try it now" without installing feature as per the directions in:
So I used the 32 bit version of Ubuntu CD instead and it worked well to load the "Try it now" section to use GParted (after that, I used the 64 bit version to install it). So then when I access GParted, I don't know how to make a 1 GB SWAP area. How do I do that?
Also, no "Advanced" button showed up on the last dialog of the install (using the 64 bit version CD) so I couldn't "choose to install the boot loader (grub) to your root Ubuntu partition." This led to there being 2 boot loaders, the rEFIt and the grub Ubuntu loader (which led to a crazy long amount of time to load up each boot.
Last but not least:
I'm wondering if a 64 bit version of Ubuntu is a good idea with the specs I have below and with the issues I'm curren
Dual Booting Windows Vista (32 bit) and Ubuntu 10.04 (64 bit)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 10, 2010
I'm a newbie concerning dual boot OS's and usage in general.
Having looked at a few tutorials on how to create a Dual boot system, I'm left with the following questions:
1- If my Vista OS is 32 bit (on a 32 bit laptop), will the 64 bit Ubuntu 10.04 work properly in a dual boot setup? If not what should be done?
2- If (when creating a dual boot system on 1 hard disk already partitioned as C: (OS) and D: (data files) ) I allocate 30 GB on D: for Ubuntu, ....will applications in the Ubuntu OS partition only access data files in the 30 GB allocated to it, or can it also access data files on D: or C: that are not residing within the 30 GB Ubuntu allocated space?
3- Can the Vista OS "see" any data files located in the Ubuntu 30 GB partition and access them?
4- If the Ubuntu partition is blind to all other partitions, can it access and store data files on an external USB hard drive? If so, is there a significant speed reduction in external hard drive file storage and access when
Installation of UBUNTU 10.10 (64 bit) alongside Windows XP (32 bit)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 27, 2011
Hello everyone. I am a newbie to this LINUX stuff, but hopefully not for too long. I have been trying to install UBUNTU 10.10 (64bit) along side of Windows XP (32bit). I plan on phasing the whole "Windows OS" thing out of existence in my computing life, eventually. I have been running into problems installing the software but I may have it working now. It is copying files to the drive as I communicate with this forum. I will know how I did in a little while and will then report back here.
I am currently running: AMD Phenom II 810 X4 Proc., only 2GB Ram (will be adding more soon), A Walmart quick fix NVIDIA pci card (also soon to be upgraded to a PCIexpress), and about 1.8TB Hard Drive space (Everything together), on a GIGABYTE MOBO (I will look that up later).
Talk to you all later. and any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you.
32 bit libpam.so for Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2013
How do i get the 32 bit libpam.so ( required for installing db2 ) in my Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit ? I tried installing ia32-libs, but no luck though ?
[SOLVED] 64 bit Linux, 8 gig RAM, 32 bit wine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 13, 2011
I read something about how a 32 bit OS isn't effective at utilizing more than 4 GIGS of memory. I don't really understand the issue very well. What if I install a 64 bit OS but then I install 32 bit wine because 32 bit wine has less problems. Will the Windows programs I run in wine utilize 8 gigs of memory? How can I check?
Oops, I meant to put this in the hardware forum. Sorry. I guess I'll report it instead of double posting.
32 or 64 bit Ubuntu 11.04, which one?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 28, 2011
Should I select 32 or 64 bit version of 11.04?
I've been using 64 bit Karmic and Maverick but I see Ubuntu recommends the 32 bit version of 11.04. How come they recommend 32 and not 64 bit? Which one is best?
ubuntu 32 bit vs 64 bit ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 15, 2009
Is there a gread difference between the 2
because I always use 32 bit OSes and never tried 64 bit ever
I use ubuntu for the home use only
My computer details:
3:00 ghz intel core2due
3G of ram
nvidia 6200 LE
32 or 64 bit Ubuntu for Acer Revo R3700
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 21, 2012
I need to install Ubuntu on an Acer Revo R3700. Will the 64 bit version work on it or should I use the 32 bit?
I think I'll need version 10.04 or 10.10, so won't be able to use the latest version.
Also, can anyone point me to all the required drivers for the R3700 and how to install them?
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