which /usr/src/linuxheaders.../arch/<?library.h> should i use, CodeBlocks
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 17, 2014
I am a new GCC user, using Code Blocks, on Lubuntu, Dell P4 pentium, and I am an experienced C programmer.
I am starting a new C project from existing code and need advice on the path to the correct library for my program given my Lubuntu installation.
My Lubuntu installation includes include libraries for many different hardware and OS instillation dates. I am guessing i need the x86 (32-bit processor) directory resulting in the following total path: "/usr/src/linux-headers-3.11.0-18/arch/x86" but there is also the "/usr/src/linux-headers-3.11.0-18-generic/arch/x86" path as well. To add confusion, a search on a specific library returns the same library in many unrelated locations.
So, please advise:
1) which library path should i use?
2) is there a PATH variable which automatically defines the correct path for my installation?
3) does Code Blocks have the ability to automatically select the correct library path?
I know that i can use the ./configure script on d
Which Linux Distro should I use on OLD computer?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 22, 2011
Okay let me just start things out with a quick introduction. I have never used Linux before, I use Windows on my main computer because I'm too lazy to make every game run in WINE with performance hits... My laptop uses OS X because I just like it better, personal preference. But that's not the issue.
My sister got a old mac mini (2006-7) for basically free at a garage sale and it has the über specs of 512MB ram with a 1.66 GHz intel core Duo processor. (makes me feel old, really) and OS X 10.4.11 is just WAY too slow on that. It gets a spinning beach-ball when she tries to boot up Firefox 3.6 (haven't gotten firefox 4 on it yet since I'm planning to put Linux on it) and trying to use gimp to mess around with images is, frankly, a nightmare for her.
So the question is. What Linux distro should I use on this computer? Something light light weight that can:
1) Remove 90% of the over-head so she can browse fast
2) Would be nice if she could run GIMP on it too
3) [optional] A way to sync
Which Linux distro should I use?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 6, 2013
I have a six-year old Dell Latitude D620. It has a Core 2 Duo processor, and 512 Mb RAM. I plan to use it in the Department Library at my college, so I need a distro that could be used by people not used to a computer.
Can someone also suggest a good software on Linux which can be used to manage a library?
Any help is appreciated.
[SOLVED] Which linux distro should I use the computer specs are
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 13, 2012
Inspiron 2600 Mobile Intel Celeron® processor
32 KB (internal)
512 KB (Intel Pentium 4 and Intel Pentium III); 256 KB (Intel Celeron)
External bus frequency:
System chip set:
Data bus width
DRAM bus width
Microprocessor address bus width
39F040 (512 KB / 8-bit data bus
28F040 (512 KB / 8-bit data bus)
standard 32-bit PCI bus
O2 Micro OZ6912
PC Card connector
supports one Type I or Type II card
3.3 V and 5 V
PC Card connector size
Data width (maximum)
PCMCIA 16 bits
CardBus 32 bits
DDR200 3.3V DDR
which file format should i use to burn linux on a CD
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 2, 2011
Hey i am totally new to linux and trying to install it.I have downloaded fedora live desktop image. But i don't know that to burn it on a CD i should burn it as .iso file or .rar file????
Which LinuxImage/Kernel should I use?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 6, 2009
I'm trying to help a friend setup Ubuntu on his laptop, and I was wondering which kernel/image I should use to take full advantage of his 64-bit AMD Duron CPU. I saw a couple images on the repository with a label similar to "...x86/x86-64" but I wasn't sure.
which software architecture should i use?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 29, 2004
hi, when i perform "uname -a" in my home machine, i obtain the machine info, processor info and hardware architecture info. their value are either 386 or 686.
i was wondering which information i should folo when i make a decision on which of the software architecture can be used in my machine?
i realize in most of the yum config which i had seen, they are using the "uname -i" information. "uname -i" is the hardware architecture infomation.
my hardware architecture information is 386 but my processor (which is pentium 4) is 686. so, can i still use the 686 arch software?
thank you very much!
How to control which device driver should be loaded to use?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 11, 2014
My HP notebook has a "Broadcom Corporation BCM4322 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless" adapter, and my system is Slackware 14.1.
And, the default driver was not suite for that device, i have to install a new module named wl from slackbuilds.org: broadcom-sta-126.96.36.199.
Then, I have to run two command every time of booting the system:
/sbin/modprobe -r b44 b43 b43legacy ssb brcmsmac
And, I don't like that, I hope the system can do all works by itself, recognize the device and load the right driver. Or is there a way that, I can control which drivers should be loaded or not?
Which video card should I use?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 19, 2008
I have an PCI ATI All-In-Wonder VE (7500) and an AGP Dual Head Matrox G450 (16Mb). The ati I used to use all the time till upgraded everything. The g450 i just bought cause it was like $5 with a $10 mail in rebate so it's just been sitting in a box. Which one would be the better card? I'm probibly going to be installing kubuntu as it is on the dual layer install dvd for LinuxMCE (if that matters).
I am building my first Linux system so i am a complete newbie. I'm thinking about making a LinuxMCE system to play with in the front room using an old dual cpu motherboard i found in my piles of parts. It has 2 P3 800mhz cpus on it as well as a total of 1384mb of sdram. on board sound and usb don't work due to an old damaged pin, but when they are disabled the system is stable. I have an old sound blaster 5.1 card for the sound (and to add fire wire) and a 5 head usb card for anything else. I have an external (USB) TV tuner/video capture device somewhere but i have to find it to see if it
Which video drivers should I use?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 26, 2014
I am using a Geforce GTX 570. I tried installing the nvidia drivers (331) which work on Ubuntu but they seem to break Deepin. I would like to be able to play video games with up-to-date graphics. What drivers should I use?
Thank you for your help!
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