[HOWTO] Make Siduction Sexyview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This is the successor to my previous crunchy aptosid guide, which is even better than before! This guide no longer depends on crunchbang repos or scripts.DIFFICULTY: Easy-ModeratePREQUISITES===============1. Siduction livecd/usb (LXDE)2. A computer3. Basic Linux Know-howOBJECTIVES=================1. Make a highly functional and minimalistic environment2. (HowTos)

systemd – boot faster and cleaner with openSUSE 12.1view story

http://news.opensuse.org – openSUSE 12.1 features systemd as a replacement for the System V init daemon. systemd provides a new and improved way of booting up your system and managing services. It comes with many new features like socket and dbus-activation, use of cgroups (control groups) and aggressive parallelization capabilities which leads to a faster boot-up of the system. (Distributions)

[SOLVED] [HOWTO] Highpoint RocketRAID 2640x4 Driver Installview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – This is to explain the simplest way to get the Highpoint RocketRAID 2640x4 RAID controller card to work with Ubuntu. I will get to the problems I faced later, let me just say that it is a sad state of affairs when you have to recommend others NOT to use the driver installer that is posted on the manufacturers web site. (Hardware)

Computer slows after copying a large amount of filesview story

http://askubuntu.com – I copied my entire music, video and epub library from my external harddrive (NTFS) to a folder in my home directory (ext4) It was a total of about 100 Gigabytes. I noticed that over time, the copying rate slowed. When I did this in reverse prior to installing the new Ubuntu, the rate slowed down to 3.7 Mb per second. In both situations, after the copying finished, which took a few hours, all f (HowTos)

aggr not persistent after a rebootview story

http://www.unix.com – All, I hope someone can help me on my problem with an aggregate, as I am a Solaris noob. I tried doing this according to the official documentation from Oracle (unfortunately, as a new user to the forum, I may not post URLs...) and also googled a lot around, but have not found any solution yet. I am in the process of building a Solaris NAS system. (HowTos)

Free up more space on /bootview story

http://askubuntu.com – My /boot partition is nearly full and I get a warning every time I reboot my system. I already deleted old kernel packages (linux-headers...), actually I did that to install a newer kernel version that came with the automatic updates. After installing that new version, the partition is nearly full again. So what else can I delete? Are there some other files associated to the old kernel images? (HowTos)

Belkin F5D7051 Wireless G Plus USB Adapter problemview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Gusar wrote:Some of these Belkin dongles indeed do work without ndiswrapper. But we can't know that without the output of lsusb. Does lsusb show absolutely nothing, or does it show a device with a blank name? And absolutely nothing in dmesg, not even a "new usb device"? That would be weird, the kernel should at least acknowledge that a device was plugged in. (HowTos)

Deja Vu backup now buttonview story

http://askubuntu.com – How do I start a backup on Deja Dup. The "backup now button is greyed out. However, I have set the destination as "Netbook-Backup/Linux Backup". There is now sufficient spare capacity available. I HAVE CRACKED IT!!! A reboot is required after setting up the backup. Why is it not stated anywhere (HowTos)

Inspiron 17R with optimusview story

http://askubuntu.com – I've just installed ubuntu 11.10 on my new Dell and I've had troubles starting. After adding acpi=off to the boot options it at least boots now. Right now I'm struggeling with the NVIDIA Optimus. (HowTos)

[ubuntu_mobile] kernel 3.0.0-15 intel moble video issueview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi all; FYI, Dell e5510 laptop with I915 graphics. Updated to the latest kernel (3.0.0-15) and the onboard lcd ( eDP1) stopped working. (Hardware)