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odlevakp

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  • odlevakp
    RE: linux suggestion.
    well since you have installed Ubuntu the [url=https://help.ubuntu.com/10.10/index.html]official Ubuntu documentation[/url] or the [url=https://help.ubuntu.com/community]community contributed documentation[/url] would be a good start ... there is also a [url=http://www.linux.com/learn]Learn Linux[/url] section here on linux.com...
    Link to this post 11 Mar 11

    well since you have installed Ubuntu the official Ubuntu documentation or the community contributed documentation would be a good start ... there is also a Learn Linux section here on linux.com...

  • odlevakp
    RE: nvidia drivers help?
    Try to run this command using command line [code]$ lsmod | grep nvidia[/code] if it comes empty try to deactivate / activate the drivers from the GUI you showed here and restart the computer
    Link to this post 10 Mar 11

    Try to run this command using command line

    $ lsmod | grep nvidia

    if it comes empty try to deactivate / activate the drivers from the GUI you showed here and restart the computer

  • odlevakp
    RE: linux suggestion.
    As a beginner if you stick with the “big players” you can't go wrong... that would be Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Debian... as a KDE user I recommend Kubuntu or the Fedora KDE spin … if you can wait the new openSUSE 11.4 will be out in a few hours :woohoo:
    Link to this post 10 Mar 11

    As a beginner if you stick with the “big players” you can't go wrong... that would be Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Debian... as a KDE user I recommend Kubuntu or the Fedora KDE spin … if you can wait the new openSUSE 11.4 will be out in a few hours :woohoo:

  • odlevakp
    RE: Ubuntu machine on network not visible
    Sounds like a samba issue... could you post the output of these commands: [code] # service smbd status # testparm # netstat -tunap | grep smb [/code]
    Link to this post 10 Mar 11

    Sounds like a samba issue... could you post the output of these commands:


    # service smbd status
    # testparm
    # netstat -tunap | grep smb

  • odlevakp
    RE: UNIX kernel diagnostics/debugging
    Linux Kernel Crash Book by Igor Ljubuncic at http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/crash-book.html
    Link to this post 07 Mar 11

    Linux Kernel Crash Book by Igor Ljubuncic at http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/crash-book.html

  • odlevakp
    RE: best linux distro?
    nvidia driver install on Ubuntu is easy since you don't have to add new repositories... just run the "Hardware Drivers" item from your menu or from a console use the command "jockey-gtk" or "jockey-kde" if you have Kubuntu. If you try to run Windows games using wine always check the official Wine AppDB as there are many tips, performance tweaks and overrides for each game with ratings for various distros... also check if you have the right wine version this is the starcraft 2 page: http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=20882
    Link to this post 06 Mar 11

    nvidia driver install on Ubuntu is easy since you don't have to add new repositories... just run the "Hardware Drivers" item from your menu or from a console use the command "jockey-gtk" or "jockey-kde" if you have Kubuntu.

    If you try to run Windows games using wine always check the official Wine AppDB as there are many tips, performance tweaks and overrides for each game with ratings for various distros... also check if you have the right wine version

    this is the starcraft 2 page: http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=20882

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