So I finally checked to see if I could upgrade to 12.04.1 through the update manager and it's there saying I can upgrade. I already upgraded from 8.04 to 10.04 so I'm thinking about going to 12.04. This is, my PC is pretty old. It has about 600MB or RAM so would that be enough?
I had a PC that had about 2GB of RAM, but it died. Funny how newer PC's seem to crap out more than the old ones.
Hey, so I haven't posted much around here but I just ended up getting 420$ cash for my 2600k and Asus P8P67 WS motherboard. I had no intentions of selling it/ upgrading but that was a smoking deal from what I could tell.
I just started getting into BF4 and still have two SLI 580 3GB's powering my dell u3011.
We're build/maintain websites on LAMP, with Centos (5.*) running Apache (2.2.17). We're thinking of upgrading Apache to 2.2.20 and I'm wondering if there's a recommended route to achieving this? These are live sites, so obvuiously we're keen to do this with the minimum of risk; up to now we've been managing Centos via yum.
I'm using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4, and I'm wondering that why I cannot see IPv4 policy route info in /proc/net/route. In contrast, IPv6 policy route info is reflected in /proc/net/ipv6_route. Can someone enlighten me for that?