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I have created a personally made SUSE-based distro using susestudio.com and it will install just fine on my laptops (32-bit Acer Aspire One ZG5 and MacBook 4,1). However, when installing on an old Emachine desktop, I... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: TheOuterLinux
recently we have been experiencing performance issues with chmod. We managed to narrow it down to getcwd.
The following folder exists:
truss -D pwd 2>&1 | grep getcwd
0.0001... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: KotekBury
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I use rpm -qa to find installed packages in red hat centos....
but how to do it in Suse 10 SP1 for instance?
specifically I need to find if gcc installed
thanks a lot (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: karlochacon
I'm kind of new to programming in Linux & c/c++. I'm currently writing a FileManager using Ubuntu Linux(10.10) for Learning Purposes. I've got started on this project by creating a loopback device to be used as my virtual hard disk. After creating the loop back hard disk and mounting it... (23 Replies)
Discussion started by: shen747
I have a hard disk in solaris on which the write performanc is too slow.
The CPU , RAM memory are absolutely fine.
What might be reason.
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Discussion started by: jegaraman
I've a fresh installation of SCO 5.0.7 on the IDE hard disk.
For SCSI hard disk I can declare, for example blc disk driver using:
# mkdev hd 0 SCSI-0 0 blc 0but it works for IDE hard disk? (3 Replies)
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I'm facing an issue in my awk script.
The script is processing a large text file having the details of a number of persons, each person's details being written from 100 to 250 tags as given below:
246... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: pgp_acc1