"I was looking for this, but I don't know how it's called, so I'll try to explain. I..."
Currently i am working in repairing of the display board that used in an elevator .
I would like to know if it is possible in 10.04.4 LTS to have both an Intel on-board graphics and a nvidia card working their own screen. This works perfectly fine on my Windows install.
Here is my lspci if it helps.
I'm currently writing a small controller app a for game. Whilst looking around for information regarding analog sticks, I was shown a particular application with a fantastic joystick:
The app is called "AndroG Controller", which is available on Google Play. Could someone perhaps explain how much work this would require?
HiI have an Asus AT5ION-I motherboard with Centos 6.3. This board has only 2 SATA sockets. I wish to add a few extra using an affordable raid controller. The board has a PCIe x4 slot fo... [by Mainframe2008]
so I've been searching and haven't found the exact answer i was looking for.
Basically I current got a 6 hdd raid 5 array and i'm looking to expand it to 8.
I am using a custom board with at91sam9260 micro controller.
I could boot the board successfully with Linux Kernel 2.6.20(customized for our board). And able to 'ping' other devices from that.
Hi guys, I'm new on this forum and I would like to ask you a question. Maybe it's an stupid question but I'm pretty noobie so I'll appreciate any help.
I've been working with piezo material and I've read on Internet that the energy given by it has to be "converted" into useful power using an IC (LTC3588).
I've got a board which, in ubuntu 12.04.2 server, have plenty of problems, and it works well in ubuntu 14.04 server.
Was it because that the board is newer than 12.04.2?
here are the lspci and lsusb or both 12.04.2 and 14.04
00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Device 0f00 (rev 0e)
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Device 0f31 (rev 0e)
00:13.0 SATA controller