64-bit HP Invent Proliants without CD/DVD
On Mon, 5 Jul 2010 21:17:27 +0000 (UTC) doctor(a)doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The Doctor) wrote: I am trying to install Fedora 13 on a Preliant that has no CD/DVD, just USB. I have tried USD and USB based CD/DVD and it still cannot pick up the media with the installation. Any suggestions? How about a... 9 Jul 2010 08:19
How do I increase the monitor resolution??
I just installed Fedora. Have always used Red Hat Enterprise Edition and had the same problem in the past. I am trying to set up the networking parameters. When I click on the Ethernet dialog, it is so large that I cannot see the bottom part (boy, talk about crappy coding!). My monitor has high resolution, b... 5 Jul 2010 14:25
I'm installing fedora12. I run the CD, which gives me the option to log-in as liver system user. I then lick on the Install to Hard Drive icon, which begins the installation procedure. After setting up a couple of settings (location, etc) I'm asked to enter a root password. I enter it, and continue the installa... 10 Jul 2010 16:00
RAID1: Read-prefer one disk?
Does anybody know whether it is possible to configure an md RAID1 to read with preferrence from one particular RAID disk? The reasom I ask is that I have an application that does very ver writes but a lot of small file reads. I would like to put that on a RADI1 consiting of an SSD and a conventional partition, but... 6 Jul 2010 20:02
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MYSQL using more than 100% CPU
Hi All, I'm having a server with 16 cpus and 32G mem. The Base os is Debian Lenny I use this server to host a site with heavy client requests. My Mysql version is 5.0.51a with PHP5. Unfortunately the db server is always hit over 100% CPU usage and i do not know a way to get rid of this. Can anyone PLEASE... 1 Jul 2010 14:27
Got it working! First post from inside Damn Small Linux! Needmore help pls
On Tue, 08 Jun 2010 08:27:29 -0400, RayLopez99 <raylopez88(a)gmail.com> wrote: OK, live and learn. Repost since my first post got lost when Firefox unexpectedly disappeared from my Linux screen. But not blaming Linux (Damn Small Linux) since I have a Pentium II with 1 GB (!) hd and a few sticks of RAM. C... 30 Jun 2010 18:41
samba instead of nfs
Hej! As I have to open my server to windows users anyway I would like switch linux clients to cifs from nfs, too. Problem is that on each linux client there are several users who create files on the server and I need the owner of the file kept together with the file. With nfs it's "simple" by keeping uids ... 3 Jul 2010 14:34
Now, my Debian thinks I have SCSI for my old IDE/ATA drives after installing Kernel 2.6.32-4?
I demand that Ant may or may not have written... On 6/28/2010 2:37 AM PT, david typed: How does one tell the differences from real SATA and non-SATA? I liked hd* and sd* to see the differences. :( Ummm... look at the connectors? Beside opening the computer and looking inside. ;P Didn't all PATA/... 29 Jun 2010 12:57
Now, my Debian thinks I have SCSI for my old IDE/ATA drives afterinstalling Kernel 2.6.32-4?
On Mon, 28 Jun 2010 11:58:19 -0400, Hadron <hadronquark(a)gmail.com> wrote: Ant <ant(a)zimage.comANT> writes: On 6/28/2010 2:37 AM PT, david typed: How does one tell the differences from real SATA and non-SATA? I liked hd* and sd* to see the differences. :( hdparm -I ? Specifically, sata... 28 Jun 2010 16:09