[ubuntu] checking frame rateview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I think the frame rate (when I'm watching 720 mkv vids) seams a bit off, So does anyone know hoe to check this. Or else is there a better codec that someone would recommend? I have an amd a4-3300 apu. thanks in advance for any help (Hardware)

[ubuntu] BUG -->Black screen <-- Kernel Panicview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Ok, today i install Ubuntu 10.10. Frequently have a big BUG black screen; I dont know what happing. System is up to date. (Hardware)

ATI HDMI, Good news coming over the hill?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Lone_Wolf wrote:That basically means you are buying/installing another videocard because gnome developers are unable to use your ati card correctly ?I wouldnt say the gnome devs are all to blame, but yes i can see your point.in past:blame gnome for not testing gnome3 with amd drivers before release (yes you can argue that they cant test all hardware, but, amd, nvidia and intel are the 3 main cards (HowTos)

[ubuntu_studio] No sound???view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello I have just installed ubuntu studio on my desktop yesterday and all went well. Everything booted up I adjusted all my colors and appearance to how I like played with the many settings connected to the Internet and so on. It all seemed great then I wanted to check out all the audio programs that studio comes with to find I have no sound at all anywhere. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] cant get ubuntu installed on my laptopview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have tried just about everything I can think of to get Ubuntu to install on my laptop with no success. I have tried the booting from a cd a flash drive and wbui. nothing seems to work. I tried both 64bit and 32bit versions all 3 ways. I have even tried fedora 16 with no success. (Hardware)

Measuring last-level cache misses through PAPI on AMD machine running Ubuntu Linuxview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – It looks like by default PAPI (Performance Application Programming Interface) is not supporting to measure last-level cache misses (L3) on my AMD machine running Ubuntu Linux. However, I can measure L1/L2 cache misses. You can see the details of the processor below. I heard that it is possible to measure last level cache misses if install appropriate driver. (HowTos)

Support data rates and limitationsview story

http://androidforums.com – If you have limited data will your phone just no longer be able toget on the internet or do you have to watch amd keep track so that you do not go over it yourself? (General)

[ubuntu] Graphical Corruption in Ubuntu Installer on an HD5450view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Okay, following my attempts with the server edition, I've resorted to the desktop edition. I've tried a number of things, including nomodeset and xforcevesa, to no avail. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Ubuntu doesn't boot after installing updatesview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – So I did a fresh installation of Ubuntu 11.10 64bit on my Acer Aspire AO-722, which runs AMD's C-60 Fusion APU with the HDD upgraded to a Crucial M4 64GB SSD. After enough nagging, I finally updated for the first time, which consisted of about 280MB of data being downloaded. (Hardware)

Problem with System Hangingview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I've been running Arch for probably 6 months now, and this last week or so while I'm at work my system has started hanging.I don't really have anything going on in the system while I'm away, but i come back to a blank screen that won't wake up.(ctl-alt-backspace doesn't do anything, neither does ctl-alt-Fkeys)Linux hermes 3.1.9-2-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Jan 14 09:11:3 (HowTos)