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    Re: Timing bash script run

    Ok. I did that. It showed me 3 times - real, user and system. Which one should I be referring to?
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    Timing bash script run

    Hi all. I would like to know how I could time a script run in bash. I would like to code it into the script so it will display (in milliseconds) when the run ends. Thanks in advance.
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    [ubuntu] Re: upgrading Gutsy to Hardy

    Great. But just to make sure, would I encounter more problems if I upgrade this way in comparison to a full wipe of ROOT and HOME installation?
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    [ubuntu] upgrading Gutsy to Hardy

    Hello all. I am considering for the upgrade. However, there are a few things I would like to clarify. When I installed Gutsy, I made 3 partitions 1 for SWAP, 1 for ROOT, 1 for HOME. Instead of...
  5. Re: Howto: Simple upgrade to Hardy's developing kernel - 2.6.24

    Sorry for the late reply. It's a Dell Inspiron 600m.

    My specs. are: Intel Centrino 1.5GHz, 1GB PC2700 DDR, 120GB Seagate HDD, 64MB ATI Mobility Radeon 9000, Dual OS - Windows XP Pro SP2 and Ubuntu...
  6. Re: Howto: Simple upgrade to Hardy's developing kernel - 2.6.24

    I recently installed it and everything is well...so far. However, I noticed that my original kernel 2.6.22-14 displays different memory size than that of 2.6.24-12 in the System Monitor. I have 1GB...
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