This is my second attempt at installing Ubuntu. In my first attempt, I selected "download updates" and "install third-party components"; in my second attempt, I deselected both. Still experiencing the same problem.
In my first attempt, I selected "skip" and the installation completed, but language support was incomplete.
I googled the iostat command's man manual about the %nice. In the explanation of the value of %nice there is a phrase about nice priority. I can not understand the meaning about it, can someone explain it?
The complete comment in the man page is as follows.
Show the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at the user level with nice priority.
I am relatively new to Linux and Ubuntu. I have attached the system monitor to the bar (the upper bar of the screen) and opened the preference to configure this gadget. on the processor tab I see that I can mark the choose 5 colors : user, system, nice, IOwait and idle. I can understand all 4 (I think...) except for "nice". what is this "nice" ?
I have an ubuntu 12.04(?) file server with a 6 device array, 5 active, with software raid5 and lvm, which had a second hdd fail while making my backups. I have spent many hours attempting to get it operational enough to pull the rest of my data off, but I am not knowledgable enough to get it working again (if possible).
If you haven’t noticed yet, the Macbuntu is a nice Ubuntu package that will make or convert your Ubuntu into Mac OS X. Macbuntu is a nice, complete and painless installation. See how Macbuntu can do with your standard Ubuntu theme. Here are some screenshots of Macbuntu works:
Hi, I recently got a new laptop and had been using ubuntu 11.10 quite happily on it for around 2 months but had been having a recurring problem with poor sound quality when listening to music. I made an amateurish attempt at improving this with the help of responses to previous queries addressing sound issues in ubuntu.
I've got a medion MD20165 20" touch screen.
I've installed Ubuntu Server 11.10 on my pc,
also i've installed xdm and lxde.
It's nice and light,
i'm using an old pc with a pIII and 256 mb ram.
Thanks to the combi of the lightweight ubuntu and the light lxde, it's works nice and fast!
If i use Standard Ubuntu it's slower than sirup.
(Takes 5 min to boot, 2 min for unity (of gnome) to re
When I attempt to login to a Linux server integrated into Active Directory with one bad password attempt, my account gets locked out. Our password lockout policy in Active Directory locks out accounts after 3 bad password attempts. The Linux server is running RHEL.