I've always been taught, and know from experience, that as far as performance goes (i.e., speed or raw read/write) RAM is always waaay faster than a mechanical hard-drive. But where do Solid-State Drives fit into this spectrum? Are they faster than mechanical hard-drives? Much faster? Are they as fast as RAM?
Hey everyone,This problem isn't confinded just to Crunchbang but to Debian as well, as I encountered this same issue when installing Debian 7 as well as Crunchbang.On my system I have two hard drives. I have a 60GB SSD which is the primary drive and a 200GB IDE drive which is used to store my work and music files.
I want to burn a dvd with images (JPG,PNG,BMP etc) or Video (mpg,mp4 etc.) but I want that dvd must not be copied into PC Hard Disk but run on CD/DVD players and pc.Does anybody knows any kind of software ?
I tried install lubuntu on my pc(pentium 4,160 Gb Hard disk,1256 MB Ram)
I have downloaded ISO image file from torrent which is on lubuntu site,then burn cd at
32x speed and tried to install on my pc, installation wizard was successfully loaded
even manual partition is also done but when it start to copy file cd to hard drive
after 2-3 minute it is giving dialog-box READ INPUT
I need to do a somewhat unorthodox operation in Linux. I have 2 hard drives attached as /dev/sda and /dev/sdb. First is 1TB, the second is 4TB. I need to compare byte-by-byte the contents of the 1TB drive if they match the first 1TB of the 4TB drive (yes, I know it's weird, but there's a reason).
Hello, like the title says, WiFi speed is a lot more slower as on the Sony ROMs. Is anyone facing the same problems? Can this be fixed? Tried meow and stock cm kernel, both have the same speed. I'd like to stay on aosp ROMs, but that WiFi problem drives me crazy, have to wait 10mins for a 5mb file...
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. My hard drives usually comes as: sda, with 'sudo blkid' and if I plug-in any USB drive, they comes as: sdb, sdc etc; after sda. That's fine!!!
But problem arises after I restart my laptop with connecting those USB drives. They alter and comes first and hard drive goes to the end, like: 'sudo blkid' shows, sda, sdb for USB drives and sdc for hard drives.
i am trying to burn iso image of lubuntu 11.10-alternate (i had tried active iso and free iso burner). the problem is that the burning of cd should take place at low speed (i.e. 4x or low stated here in second last topic) but as soon as i put the cd (which is 52x speed) the option of 4x and lower disappears . I have tried to find less than 52x speed cd but havent got one yet.