SetCPU issueview story

http://androidforums.com – ok, so...i have my phone overclocked to 1.3...and that gives me some problems..minor ones...but they are bothersome...now..the problem i am having with setcpu is that if i try to change it down to 1.2..the phone freezes and i have to reboot it..and it goes back to 1.3...i cannot for the life of me figure out how to change it down to 1.2...i've tried every overclocking app on the market, and a few (General)

Linux Init filesview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a vps server and I must have edited something I shoulden't have and when ever I reboot the server it wont boot up the network devices. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Ubuntu 11.10 won't install. Black screenview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have been trying to install Ubuntu 11.10 on my new Lenovo laptop. The specs are CPU - AMD A-8 3500M GPU - AMD Radeon HD 6620G 4gb RAM Currently on WIndows 7 64 bit (YUCK) So I put the 32bit Ubuntu 11.10 onto a cd-r, and booted it. I got to the menu screen and hit Install. Screen eventually turned off, so I looked around on the internet and found I have to use the nomodeset option. (Hardware)

Switching back to ALSA from OSSview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Good day fellow Archites,I am trying to get my audio working after another fresh install (I am getting good at this).The pertinent hardware is as follows:Mobo: ASUS P5G41T-M LX PLUSSound: Onboard (Realtek ALC887 Chipset)The sound did not work after getting Arch to a good point (ie having KDE installed and pretty much everything else working).Arch however did detect the audio hardware, I just had n (HowTos)

[kubuntu] my home partition gets periodiccally remounted readonly (no apparent HDD failure)view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello, always after runnung ubuntu for a few days, I get the problem that the kernel gets a problem with my home partition and remounts it readonly. I actually cannot remount it readwrite again, but have to reboot the system. This rebooting causes some orphaned inodes to be found on the reboot, but I cannot determin any errors on the harddisk. No errors in SMART, etc. (Hardware)

The definitive guide to proprietary AMD graphics driversview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – There's a lot of futzing about and following various wikis with their ancient methods, some of which work, some don't, and all of them introduce problems. As the resident cleaner of AMD's horrible messes on this forum, I'm gonna write this guide and just point to it in the future. I'll keep updating this as time goes by and stuff gets more or less broken. (HowTos)

Can't seem to fsck remote server drive with ubuntu server 10.04 LTSview story

http://serverfault.com – I've been getting a lot of crashes on my remote dedicated server - after they occur (in all sorts of different processes) the server becomes unresponsive and I have to reboot it. (HowTos)

archlinux cannot boot after replace module init with kmodview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I install archlinux (latest iso from the repository), then I install broadcom-wl and connect to the network to run pacman -Syu everything is OK, then I run pacman -Syu again, it ask that shall I replace module-init with kmod I type yes, and archlinux says rc.conf and profile.d/locale.sh conflicts. I found the -f option will force replace the configuration So I try pacman (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Power down usb deviceview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I would like to be able to power down my usb devices and then power them back up in ubuntu 11.1 64bit. I need to do this because the module for the attached device doesn't load properly during bootup. I can get the devices working by manually unplugging the devices, rmmod ing the module, and plugging them back in. I do not want to have to keep unplugging the devices after reboot. (Hardware)

Autologin, passwordless login and controlling who can reboot and shutdown your computer in KDEview story

http://www.linuxbsdos.com – Autologin and passwordless login play a critical role in the physical security posture of your computer. In KDE, they are very easy to configure. But being easy to configure does not mean that you should. Why? For one, enabling autologin makes it super easy for anybody with physical access to your computer to login, without [...] (General)