well im in 9th class and im a little cunfused about wat to take so want to get help
i love architechture so i think i should take it but my mind goes towards medical science !! can u people suggest me about the courses and scope in both the fields !!!
well i do make good drwaings and im a...
i installed ARCH 2 days ago. i used ALSA to provide audio functionality. my PC has two output jacks- one front and one rear. it's not possible to use the rear jack as due to wire length constraints. during ALSA configuring ALSA, i had to unmute the surround option to get output out of my front...
Blazing fast, isn't it?
I'm using Arch Linux with kernel 2.6.37-6 and KDE SC 4.6.
Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 1.66 Ghz
Intel GMA 950
120GB 5400RPM Hard Disk
1GB DDR2 RAM
Unlike many of the other Linux distributions we tested, Arch Linux is one which doesn’t have any kind of fixed release model. Instead of there being a discreet Arch Linux 2010, or 10.3, etc, it instead favours a rolling release model. What this means is that you never need to reinstall...
After sometime I decided to get Arch back on my system. So I downloaded the 64 bit version and then followed the Beginner guide all the way to the part of where you have to install Xorg.
Now first of all before I continue let me add my system information here.
AMD Phenom 550 BE...
Thinking of giving arch linux a try.
One thing concerns me. I read that arch is rolling update kind of distro . How exactly does this work ?
My concern is will I have to upgrade my system (while potentially breaking it ) every 3 months just to install the latest version of a package . I read...
I have used Arch Linux bu thaven't installed it bymyself.. My brother did it , but since I have quite a good experience I want something more powerful and which can boggle my mind.. I am downloading Arch 2008.6 X64 ISo..
I know ARCH is a LFS .. Therefore I want to know few things..
Installing arch is made simple by softpedia. It will make it simple but you dont enjoy your frustration installing arch.
I too have spent 5 hours to install window managers,X.....but the wiki is really good.All the time is spent to read it carefully.First I was shocked not to see the GUI in...
I found this. My Toshiba Hard Disk was also infected so I removed linux from my laptop.
I have an Arch Linux installed on a 5 GB partition.I plan on buying a new hard disk soon and have only Arch's root partition plus a home partition on it.Will gzipping the current root partition and then gunzipping it on the new hard disk's root partition work, since I really don't...
For performance reasons I have moved from kdemod to xfce. I am slowly starting to like xfce and I want to have a long and healthy relationship with it. Please help me get started. I use Arch i686 and my rig is in my siggy.
I installed xfce4, xfce4-goodies, xchat, firefox and xine. Anything else ?
I have been using arch linux for some time now and I find it to be one of the best distros ever. Its very simple and easy to use, and configuring is very easy since only a handful of text files need to be edited. KDEmod simply rocks.
But I have one major issue with it - its repositories are...
Been using windows and ubuntu on PC for quite a long time but now after hearing a lot about arch these days,I wanna try it out.Some questions I need to ask:
1.Is is tougher than ubuntu?
2.Does it work with 2xGPU(SLI) or will I have to remove one GPU?
3.Are there any guides for it like...
I am on a project to build the perfect distro for common Indian schools with low end computers as an educational tool. I need the distro to fulfill the following needs:
1. Be able to teach anyone about the internals of computing
2. Have an easy to learn commandline mode
3. Be easy...
Before you ask for a Distro
What is your purpose ?
Are you looking to just casually play around with it here and there? If so why install? Why not just use a Linux Live CD. No changes are made to your Win system and you get to goof around in Linux as well. Or better yet why not install it...
" You underestimate the power of the Dark Side. If you will not fight, then you will meet your destiny."
As some of you might of heard I recently decided to install Arch Linux due to the constant nagging of kalpik and some others in the IRC channel. The summary of our discussions...
Here is a story what I did ..I downloaded the I686 core pack from here http://www.archlinux.org/download/ Now I burnt in CD and booted trough it .. I went to installation screen by typing /arch/setup now after that I did set file system .. I set my /dev/sda4 as swap and /dev/sda7 as /...