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Jan
12
asked What are the Graphics capabilities of i915 driver?
Jan
6
accepted How to understand the different stages of bootloading?
Dec
28
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
24
accepted How to understand the flow of USB detection?
Dec
23
revised Is there an explanation, including diagrams, of Ubuntu's USB stack?
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Dec
22
comment No grub entry for Windows 7 after installing maverick
<superuser.com/questions/112678/…; Another link where a similar problem is being discussed
Dec
22
revised No grub entry for Windows 7 after installing maverick
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Dec
22
comment No grub entry for Windows 7 after installing maverick
@chethan: If Windows does not appear in the boot menu, I think you will need to edit /boot/grub/menu.lst.. Please try that..
Dec
22
answered No grub entry for Windows 7 after installing maverick
Dec
22
comment Is there an explanation, including diagrams, of Ubuntu's USB stack?
Actually my doubt is regarding the mounting usb and its detection in the top layers askubuntu.com/questions/18374/…
Dec
22
accepted Will the deleted browser history be stored in File-system?
Dec
22
comment Is there an explanation, including diagrams, of Ubuntu's USB stack?
@kerthick : If it is ubuntu 10.10 then for Desktop,it's vanilla GNOME with notify-osd replacing notification daemon, the indicator stuff replacing notification-area,compiz replacing metacity I dint understand none of the words explained above. :-p
Dec
22
comment Is there an explanation, including diagrams, of Ubuntu's USB stack?
I would like to know about 10.04.
Dec
22
asked Is there an explanation, including diagrams, of Ubuntu's USB stack?
Dec
22
revised How to understand the flow of USB detection?
that I
Dec
21
asked How to understand the flow of USB detection?
Dec
15
asked How to understand the different stages of bootloading?
Dec
13
revised How to remove the unwanted entries from the boot menu?
10.04
Dec
13
comment How do I remove or hide old kernel versions to clean up the boot menu or free space?
Actually, startupmanager dint give me a window like this on Ubuntu 10.04, instead it just gave a window with two tabs -> Boot options and Advanced.. and in advanced it dint have the option to limit the number of kernels. So please update the answer for Ubuntu 10.04.(And thats why i down-voted this..)
Dec
13
awarded  Critic