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# If you change this file, run 'update-grub' afterwards to update
GRUB_DEFAULT=4#Did not help ?
GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=`lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev/null || echo Debian`
hi one and all, this is srikanth pilli . i need urgent help from you. actually my aim is to implement the java touch based applications on TFT pannel. for this i am using ubuntu10.4 , arm9 processor, classpath-0.98,jamvm-1.5.4 on host machine(PC). after creating tar.bz2 file(rootfs) from PC , i am going to mount in to ARM9 ROM . when i run my java application on my PC (host machine), it works very well. but when i try to the same application on ARM9(under uclibc,gtk and glib), i am getting the following...
Auto Kernel Compile and Install Script v0.4 for Linux
Here , i present the optimized Hari's Auto Kernel Compile and Install Script v0.4
It is a One click installer for installing linux kernel , the linux kernel compilation is a tedious process , now with this utility users can compile and install any downloaded kernel easily,
Steps to Run this script:
1. create a directory in desktop (or any place where you have read write privileges)
Now, I have installed Linux Mint. I have thinked that Linux Mint is not far with Ubuntu. Because it is based on Ubuntu. So, may be my computer will freeze again when installing or booting it.
My opinion was true. Linux mint can not been installed in my pc. My pc froze. Although I choose recovery mode, when installing it. Then I remember about 'nomodeset' command. I add it in recovery mode. And Linux Mint can be installed in my pc. Every time I will boot Linux Mint in start up, I have to...