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On x86 cache lines are 64 bytes. The lstopo tool will show you the L1/L2/L3 cache sizes (including data and instruction cache sizes).
just did from the part - "Don't throw in the towel" i have Optiarc DVD RW AD-7530B (NX02) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:brandonsnider/cdrtools sudo apt update there were 3 packages so i did: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt install cdrecord mkisofs restart thats all, worked for me, made my day, thanks
It seems the issue was with the hardware membrane for the T key. I popped out the key, tried pushing the membrane hard (Ubuntu froze and got a black screen), tried lifting the membrane up a little, cleaned it. Since then, I didn't get any issues so far. It seems, moving the membrane a little bit did the trick.
Just boot from the Windows DVD, select and delete the existing partitions and then create 1 big NTFS partition for the new Windows installation. You could for sure create several partitions on that 500GB disk - but there is no clear advantage in doing that. This page offers install guides for Windows 7
The dmesg entries regarding ACPI seem to be related to video, not wireless, according to Google. I am afraid we will have to provoke the error to learn more about this. Please run: cat /var/log/syslog Make a note of the timestamp for the last line. Here is an example from my machine: Jun 8 16:25:59 T440p colord: (colord:839): Cd-WARNING **: ...
The scenario has changed in Ubuntu 16.04 ;-) If you were using the AMD Catalyst (fglrx) driver on older Ubuntu you may wish to avoid upgrading to Ubuntu 16.04. The ‘Xenial Xerus’ does not support the widely used proprietary graphics driver for AMD/ATI graphics cards. Instead, Ubuntu "recommends using open source alternatives (radeon and amdgpu)", and say ...
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