I remember a friend of mine was able to get my computer to boot under CUI, and the command 'start x' started the GUI.
Can someone help me with booting up my computer through CUI.
on 02/18/2010 – Made popular on 02/18/2010
A friend of mine got a call from someone claiming to be from the Mac server department. This guy claimed that my friend's computer got infected and needs access to his computer. Being a bit naive, my friend gave him access. While he was on the phone/on line with him, his wife figured she'd call me to get my opinion.
Alright, This computer was just built for a friend of mine (Specs Below.) and he keeps having it blue screen based on several different factors. First of all, it will blue screen anywhere, anytime. it used to blue screen only when playing a game for a bit, and he couldn't play any games, because the computer would blue screen after about 10 minutes of gaming.
My friend's laptop died and she needs to grab her homework off the SATA drive. What I am thinking is that instead of paying the local shop $200, she can get a SATA to USB hard drive enclosure for $10, put the drive in the enclosure and view its contents on another computer.
I can't remember if there will be any trouble trying to view a boot drive when you are not booting off of it.
first of all I must say: please be patient with me(!)
I work with matlab in my university. Lately I have being working with very heavy codes and my computer is not powerful enough. A professor, and friend of my, who lives in another city is allowing me to use his computer, much more powerful than mine. My question is:
How can I remotely connect to his computer and run matlab from mine?
My friend installed Yosemite OSX to his Macbook pro.
For some reason, it is lagging in the booting very much; many others have the same problem in some Macs.
Mine not in the newest Macbook Air.
I would like investigate this further.
Hi guys, I'm installing Fedora on a computer for a friend of mine, because his windows vista is slowing his computer down amazingly, and he has loads of viruses. He won't let me get rid of Windows, so he wants me to partition it. My question is what do I name the new partition for the Linux? I would imagine it would be '/' but It's been a while for me, and I can't seem to remember correctly.
I wiped OS X from my computer a while ago and started using Windows 7 instead (school and work reasons). I am trying to install Kali Linux on my computer on a separate partition. I have tried too many times to get this to work, but I am determined to get it right.