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LCowles

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    RE: Upstart
    I do not have experience however I have read today that upstart scripts are fully compatible with sysvinit (legacy) startup scripts
    Link to this post 27 Jun 10

    I do not have experience however I have read today that upstart scripts are fully compatible with sysvinit (legacy) startup scripts

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    RE: Memory Management
    Memory management is a large subject and I think you will need to be more specific. Some information 32-bits is swiftly vanishing from both the desktop-hardware and Linux software community with evangelists such as "64 studio" leading the way and software houses (adobe, microsoft, apple etc...) following suit. basically if your pc is 64-bit capable use 64-bits, it's kind of like deciding to have a single or dual carriageway on a road. *(apologies to guru's who know it's not exactly twice the performance, but it is faster and has a larger infrastructure than 32-bits which is all that matters)
    Link to this post 27 Jun 10

    Memory management is a large subject and I think you will need to be more specific.

    Some information

    32-bits is swiftly vanishing from both the desktop-hardware and Linux software community with evangelists such as "64 studio" leading the way and software houses (adobe, microsoft, apple etc...) following suit.

    basically if your pc is 64-bit capable use 64-bits, it's kind of like deciding to have a single or dual carriageway on a road.

    *(apologies to guru's who know it's not exactly twice the performance, but it is faster and has a larger infrastructure than 32-bits which is all that matters)

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