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my internet is suddenly slow

im running Ubuntu 12.10 and it works like a charm... but one problem, when i updated my software everything seemed OK until i noticed that my internet speed very slow. i had about 5-6 MBPS but it ...
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Is there an application indicator for CPU usage by core?

I love System Load Indicator (indicator-multiload), but it doesn't reflect the usage of the individual CPU cores, just the overall CPU usage. Sometimes I'll have an application max out a single core ...
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How can I create ISOs quickly using all 16 cores of a Parallella board?

I have a large video collection (over 900 disks). Using Handbrake to rip to .mp4 is painfully slow, especially when ripping BRD. I found another solution that will play back ISOs, but I want to be ...
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One of my two cores suddenly flatlines at zero percent

I've been using Ubuntu for about three months, and twice now the first core of my dual-core laptop suddenly flatlined at zero percent for no apparent reason, while the second one seemed unaffected. ...
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Ubuntu shows only one core with nolapic booting option

The only way I can boot my Ubuntu (13.10) on my iMac properly is with 'nolapic' option. However, as far as I know, this option disables all the cores but one. I wonder, is there any way for me to boot ...
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Installed FX-6300 (6 core) from Semphron (1 core) and now interrupt request storm (ksoftirqd)?

Scrypt mining in cgminer used to have no issues with Semphron 145, I switched to FX-6300 and processor usage shot up to 100% and stuck there. cgminer process is consuming about 20% and six ksoftirq ...
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Is it possible to make “apt-get source -b” use all cores to compile?

I am using apt-get source -b to compile some packages but my system has 4 cores and only 1 is used if I run htop. Is it possible to force apt-get source to do something like "make -j4" and if yes, ...
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Upgraded 13.04 to 13.10 and it doesn't read my quad core

Basically as the question says. 13.04 read all quad cores fine; not sure why 13.10 isn't. Running 64-bit on alienware m11x r3.