I have a fx4100 a radeon 6670 a gigabyte moboard and 8 GB of dddr3 ram. The failure occurs once I attempt to log in to my account. Is the hardware causing the problem? It's a diy build so I can change whatever. Thanks
I can share my experience with Gigabyte P55M-UD2 and the i5 750. CentOS 5.4 has trouble with the SCSI controller if it is set to AHCI. Fedora 12 did not have any problem with this hardware. I su... [by toracat]
I have 3 dedicated server all with software raid-1 sata, centos or cloudlinux and cpanel.
To all of them the last 10 days or so during cpanel incremental backup server has high io usage and hangs out.
No server is overloaded with many account's (10 accounts -60 accounts and 300 accounts average each server).
To the one with 300accounts ( ex-6 hetzner) i added a 3rd hd for /backup didn't see any ch
I just got myself a new hd radeon 6670 and I have installed the latest proprietray catalyst driver and my fglrxinfo shows the following:
display: :0.0 screen: 0
OpenGL vendor string: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
OpenGL renderer string: AMD Radeon HD 6670
OpenGL version string: 4.2.11762 Compatibility Profile Context
Now I did a screen capture using ffmpeg and when I ra
Problem is, failure is still very much an option, and the idea of Windows 8 being a catastrophic failure is a massive turn-off for hardware makers. Failures of devices such as Motorola’s Xoom and RIM’s PlayBook are still on the minds of all OEMs.
I have been using Ubuntu for 5 years and love it. What I especially love is how it works on older hardware. When I switched from XP to Ubuntu 5 years ago I did so on hardware that was close to 3 years old - thus I am using 7 year old hardware. It still works fine, but I want a change.
I'm researching hardware in order to build a new PC and I'd like to run linux as my main OS and just run windows in a VM. Do you think it'll be fast enough to run photoshop in a windows VM or will I still have to dual boot?