I have a Machine (Windows or Linux) with 8 cores (with hyper-thread). Multiple users may log-in on the Machine.
My goal is to set some policy that each users can have at least some guaranteed resources (for example 2 cores and 4GB RAM). And, if there are some extra resources, users can share them based on their demand.
In an Android app, I need to select resources from a resources folder other than the currently selected one (the interface language is whatever the system selects, but the user may select a different language for TTS). Due to the way the application is structured, switching resources is not an option; I need both the default and the alternate set at the same time.
I am configuring a vsftpd server and the requirements are:
I need a user resourcesadmin with home directory /var/www/resources with password authentication and FTP with write access (already done)
I need another user resources without home directory (already done)
I need the user resources to have read access to /var/www/resources (tried with user_config_dir and local_root=/var/www/resources wit
I love Ubuntu but i do not like one thing about it, system usage, i think it uses to much system resources, my windows 7 uses less resources then Ubuntu 12.10
so what i want to know if any one knows, does ubuntu with gnome on it takes less resources then ubuntu ??
I apologize about this question, it might sound silly for some users/people but i am new to linux and this question accrues if I ins
release 0.7.0 of FLoM (Free Lock Manager) is now available: it introduces the support for long term resources:
synchronization of a command with another one started after it
resource explicit expiration after some idle time
The above features add to the previous released ones:rich lock semantic inspired by DLM (Distributed Lock Manager): Concurrent Read, Concurrent Write, Protected R