i did not find udp lite patch for ns2 simulator after some time i found that module for udp lite is already available in linux kernel 2.6.32 onward..but still i m unable to run tcl script of udp lite on ns2.
so please help me to overcome this issue.
Hi there, I would like to ask a question here. is there any difference in terms of kernel performance between two OS, say archlinux and ubuntu when both are using the same version of Kernel? thanks in advance
In this release we bring you the first Linux Lite packages, Lite Software Center and Lite User Manager. There is a host of new features, including the 3.8 kernel from the Hardware Enablement Stack for better hardware support, new install scripts for webcams, a PAE kernel installer (32-bit) and a basic Games Pack installer.
Our database servers (mainly based on the Debian stable packages (=currently Wheezy) seem to have about 4 times more load for the same workload in kernel 3.2.0-4-amd64 then in it's previous 2.6.32-5-amd64 kernel. With all packages the same & booting in the other kernel we can clearly see the difference, and I'm at a loss as to why.
I am running CM 10.1. I had previously run a GB ROM that had resident overclocking. I have no idea what Kernel it was. Since my CM 10.1 is a battery destroyer right now, and I never have a charger or extra battery more than 10 feet from me, I thought I'd overclock to see if it made a difference. However, the experimental CM 10.1 ROM and Kernel that comes with it doesn't support overclocking.
when installing a debian system you get questioned if you want to install a generic kernel which only holds the drivers/modules for the platform its installed or to install one with all drivers/modules. I normaly install with only those drivers/modules that are needed but now am in need to move harddrives from one machine to another.