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May
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revised What's the maximum amount of RAM I can use on an specific hardware
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May
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revised What's the maximum amount of RAM I can use on an specific hardware
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May
25
comment System Reports only 4 GB or RAM
Can you add the motherboard model (Complete name). Also try to run memtest to see what it says about this.
May
25
answered What's the maximum amount of RAM I can use on an specific hardware
May
25
awarded  Popular Question
May
24
comment Ubuntu is so SLOW
Can you add information since your question does not say the type of hardware you have, what real version you did install (guessing does not help), how did you install it, etc..
May
24
comment What has Ubuntu contributed to the Linux Kernel?
Contribution to the Open Source: askubuntu.com/questions/117757/… Comparison of Ubuntu in Kernel Development (Spanish): usemoslinux.blogspot.com/2012/04/… One part stands out, Canonical employees: ~130. Red Hat Employees: ~2200. Lastly: muktware.com/news/3510/why-ubuntu-not-contributing-linux-or-it This is to clear up on the whole Canonical not contributing FUD that has been circulating. You can create your conclusions based on that so that it helps understand how canonical helps.
May
24
comment What has Ubuntu contributed to the Linux Kernel?
Just to comment on this for people that might not read the whole thing but you do know you are backfiring you own answer with that link and commenting only what "looks" like a bad rep for Canonical. If anybody reads the whole thing and not apply a tl;dr answer (And also read other sources) they would find that Mr Shuttleworth mentions this as a result of several things, one, the amount of developers in Canonical compared to Red Hat for example, and two, the objective of Canonical which is more of the end user side than the kernel. The comment below has 2 links that point to good information.
May
24
awarded  Popular Question
May
24
answered Sharing Printer with CUPS
May
24
comment VirtualBox doesn't restore saved Ubuntu machine state?
+1 Yeap, was going to say the same thing.
May
24
comment How to lower wait time for repository updates
Good answer adempewolff. As a first step this would be it. If it does not work then the accepted answer would be the solution. +1 Thanks.
May
24
comment How to lower wait time for repository updates
I accepted but for the "Best server hack" I gave you a +1 on that other answer and this one. It is very smart.
May
24
accepted How to lower wait time for repository updates
May
24
comment How to tell network manager not to show wireless AP with poor quality
Give it a week. If no more answers appear or maybe some future changes that integrate this I will accept. Thank you.
May
24
asked How to lower wait time for repository updates
May
23
accepted Why does Updating force the user to download complete cache packages
May
23
accepted Songs & instrument Game Alternative (Stepmania & Guitar Hero)
May
22
comment I have this weird issue with my monitor. How can I fix it?
Test it out for a couple more hours. I recommend a 48 hour test. If everything looks good accept the answer and if you can, add anything else that might help future readers since this is a topic that is almost abandoned for OpenChrome users.
May
22
asked Why does Updating force the user to download complete cache packages