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ISRT is easily confused with IRST! The Linux kernel currently(3.15) only supports the latter one through its imsm module. Trying to access fake-Raid-drives formatted in the SRT way gets rejected my mdadm: mdadm(IMSM): Unsupported attributes: 2000000 mdadm: Unsupported attributes in IMSM metadata.Arrays activation is blocked. Fedora suggests to drop the ...


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I'd stick intel i3 530 (the product name) into Google and end up on its ark.intel.com page: Sockets Supported FCLGA1156 If you're less confident about the CPU model (or there are two SKUs with the same model - ARK would tell you) you could look at the current motherboard. You can get its make/model with sudo dmidecode -t 2 and from there you can ...


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On my side, with Ubuntu 14.04, the paths are different and Nvidia proprietary driver override libglx.so in /usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/libglx.so. To solve the issue, I duplicate /usr/lib/xorg/modules in /usr/lib/xorg/modules-nvidia and then reinstall the Intel friendly libglx.so with : sudo apt-get install --reinstall xserver-xorg-core This restore ...


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you dont need to implement difficult compilations to install papi in Ubuntu. It is in the Official Ubuntu Repository. You can install it as: sudo apt-get install libpapi5.3


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I have UX32VD laptop and found same problem. This realy comming up when switched to Nvidia. Same freezes to me, so I do like ber4444 said Ctrl+Alt+F1 then Ctrl+Alt+F7 then Alt+Tab. Related bug seems to be fixed https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=74931 already by patch.


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You can download and read the installation instructions/details for Intel's graphics drivers (for Ubuntu 12.04) from here. The direct download link is here. Be careful when installing, track the changes you make during installation (because any changes in packages may cause problems for your U12.04). The reason why Intel's graphics drivers installer is ...


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Link to a solution in Russian: Subwoofer does not work on HP ENVY dv7 It helped me activate subwoofer on Ubuntu 14.04. This might also work on other versions of Ubuntu as well. Main actions: Install alsa-tools-gui. In this package we need hdajackretask utility (maybe hda-jack-retask in earlier versions). Choose a different codec: IDT 92HD81B1X5 Under the ...


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I have had the same problem with dell inspiron 1100 and how i have overcome the half screen problem caused by the 845gl.Boot up the old dell just after the boot screen appears press the power button to switch off then reboot the grub menu comes up click on lubuntu and i always get the full screen.


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Well, it sounds like your cpu is not supported... You can check your cpu type from the command prompt: cat /proc/cpuinfo This will tell you, among other things, the model of your cpu. Check to see if this matches the requirements for Intel Composer. Check this in the host OS as well.


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There are two things that you should check, the first as mentioned by @kkpatel is that the VM Tools will need to be installed in your virtual Windows machine. This can be done in a couple of manners, but the easiest is this: While the VM is running, and not in full-screen mode, choose 'VM' from the VMWare Menu, and in the menu the second to bottom option ...


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I got the same problem with a fake bios raid. Since my raid is needed to boot, I had to put a script in /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/init-premount to assemble the raid: #!/bin/sh mdadm --assemble --scan Then I update the initram by running the command: update-initramfs -u I try to make my raid work with dmraid but only the raid0 set was working. ...


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Yes, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit will run on your computer. The specific system requirements are as follows: Minimum 384 MB of RAM 700 MHz processor (about Intel Celeron or better) 5 GB of hard-drive space VGA capable of 1024x768 screen resolution Either a CD/DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media Recommended 1 GB of RAM Dual Core processor 10 GB ...


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For pre-built systems Ubuntu has a Certification Program. For custom-built systems, there really isn't a foolproof way to check other than installing it and seeing if it works. That being said, Ubuntu works out of the box with no extra work required on probably 80% of systems I've installed it on. For best performance in applications requiring 3D hardware ...


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maybe you want to use a usb-stick (or cd) to test ubuntu out. then you can look if everything runs. hope this works. just get ubuntu on usb or cd and boot from there. then you have the option to try ubuntu without installing anything. (pretty new with ubuntu too).


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You can find the download links of older version of Ubuntu in the "alternative download" page. Just go here or in this one or here and you can find the download links for the version you want.


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Yes. The AMD64 architecture was developed by AMD as an extension to the Intel x86 architecture. It is implemented by AMD and Intel in consumer-grade 64-bit CPUs. AMD64 is alternately called x86-64 (which makes its Intel heritage more apparent).



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