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Oct
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asked How do I pass arguments to a script added to the startup applications?
Sep
29
comment How to install a wireless connection on my netbook?
Are you really sure? Check front left corner. I cant find any version of 1110NR that does not have a RJ45 port. Could you mention what is your wifi module.
Sep
29
comment How to install a wireless connection on my netbook?
The specifications say it does have a LAN port. What exactly is your laptop model?
Sep
29
revised Generate alert on high CPU usage
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Sep
28
comment Triple-boot - Ubuntu/Windows showing up but not Red Hat
Try sudo update-grub from Ubuntu. Then, reboot.
Sep
28
comment Triple-boot - Ubuntu/Windows showing up but not Red Hat
@nbm You mean boot-loader? Its tagged grub2.
Sep
28
comment Generate alert on high CPU usage
@Tarun Its to extract the load averages from list. Also, I have extended the script by adding lots of customization options. I will write a similar utility for hard drive utilisation later today. You can find detailed instructions and the next script here.
Sep
26
reviewed Approve Generate alert on high CPU usage
Sep
25
revised Generate alert on high CPU usage
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Sep
25
suggested approved edit on Generate alert on high CPU usage
Sep
25
comment Generate alert on high CPU usage
Any way of checking will involve either some script or a daemon or a full fledged application. It will obviously have an overhead involved, but the overhead is almost negligible.
Sep
25
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Sep
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
suggested rejected edit on The meaning of ./ before a command
Sep
23
comment Generate alert on high CPU usage
Yes. You can change the duration if you like.
Sep
22
answered How do I disable kernel messages while booting?
Sep
22
comment How do I disable kernel messages while booting?
Check if /etc/default/grub has the following line uncommented GRUB_TERMINAL=console. If yes, then open it with sudo gedit /etc/default/grub, add a # in the beginning of that line and save. Do not change anything else.
Sep
22
revised Generate alert on high CPU usage
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revised Generate alert on high CPU usage
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Sep
22
answered Generate alert on high CPU usage