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Or any Mini-ITX Box
They will be close to the same when it comes to benchmarks, or in other words on the cpu for the average user your not going to notice much difference. Gaming, you will want the extra ram.
none, but its been said that ext2 or ext3 tweaked is better, normal ext3 is thought to kill drives faster, its not been proven though
http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph?site=whitehouse.gov runs Solaris
try deleting the .xchat# and .purple folder
type in a terminal xchat and post what is output that may give you a hint as to what is going on
Yes and no, it all depends on the frag size, ZFS does have its advantages, but its current implementation in Solaris is terrible
You definitely have me worried, and I wonder if that contributed to the death of the drive. I'll probably reinstall ubuntu with ext2 this weekend.
And trust me, I'm only 1 cup of tea in this...
There are algorithms in place that write to the disk to prevent this. I'm just echoing what OCZ and SuperTalent told me, as far as I know, it could be BS.
Not according to OCZ and SuperTalent. If you go to SuperTalents website, there is a whitepaper on the subject. Same with OCZ
In theory your right, but not in practicality. Unless your righting in excess of 5GB of data a day, your not going to harm your SSD. You should be more concerned about heat. I had a Supertalent...
There's nothing to see, you need a microscope to see anything, and that's in the die, the big metal part. Just google CPU Die Pics, and there you go
Big deal, just stick to the official repos, and be careful what you install.
totally forgot about dd, I know how to do it now, thanks guys
How do I do that? Either way will work
We have a machine here that I need to fill up 1.1 TB quick so that we can test our monitoring capability. So I figured download Ubuntu DVD and fill up the partition that way. Now I tried to write a...
specifically just copy and paste this into the terminal
sudo ln -sf /usr/lib/gcc/i486-linux-gnu/4.2.3/libgcc_s.so /usr/lib/vmware/lib/libgcc_s.so.1/libgcc_s.so.1
sudo ln -sf...
for one the package management is crap. There is an apt-get like feature, called pkg-get, but synaptic is much better. Its also rather slow, like running on a 5400rpm hdd. Running Ubuntu in...
The lifetimes of SSDs are longer than conventional HDDS, and the write speeds are only slower on the cheap ones. There is an algorithm that determines where to write, in order to achieve the longest...
install bootchart and reboot. There will be an image in var/log/bootchart
And the only way you are going to get sub-30 second boot is with an SSD
if you indeed have the nvidia drivers installed, install nvidia-settings
sudo apt-get install nvidia-settings
and then run it as sudo
sudo nvidia-settingsand set your monitor as you...
it is not dependent, and is stand alone
It was the RT kernel, I don't even know why I installed that. But were down to a little over 20s.
Thanks for that. I don't think I can improve on 20s
Recent install yes, but the drive was formatted so no previous partitions on it. Just Ubuntu.