I have aquired (4) IBM THINK PAD T42's which have Fedora Core.I do not have the passwords. I want to install a different flavor of Linux on the machine. Tried UBUNTU, MINT, and was olny able to install an old copy of
LINSPIRE 5.0. I can not connect to th internet because the home page can not find Linspire.com. I am stuck with out an operating system that is usable.
I'm new in arm development. Now I'm really confused about cross tool chain of arm. Here some problems that i encountered:
1.Are the developers of gcc and arm-linux-gcc same? Or there are many different developers of arm-linux-gcc for different versions?
I am new to Linux and new to this forum. I have been working with a project pc. I have a new HD loaded with Linspire. After loading the o/s I replaced the motherboard and cpu. I now have a Biostar A780L (Didn't see it listed on the HCL) and an AMD Athalon II Multi-Core Processor. Now when the pc boots I get an error:
VFS: Cannot open root device "343" or 03:43
In my past, I've come across quite some situations when I found that certain software (which is generally available for Linux systems such as Debian or Ubuntu) is not in the official Arch Linux repositories.
The first thing to do was then skimming through the Arch User Repository (AUR) where I usually find exactly what I need.
Sadly, I've also found myself in situations where particular applicat
This might be a strange thing to hear on a Linux website, but it's true: we're big fans of Windows 7. Is it because of the new features? Is it because of the new user interface? Is it because of the blazing speed vs Vista? Is it because it's anything but Vista? The answer is "no" to all those.