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Old 02-22-2009, 11:12 AM   #61
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Hi,
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Originally Posted by sanjayiims View Post
hi
when i was installing the ubuntu in my laptop my hardisk was format and tell me how i get my data back

and how i install the other application
can anyone help me?

thanks
sanjay
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Your post has nothing to do with this thread. You should post in 'newbie' or in the 'ubuntu' forum.
 
Old 05-30-2009, 09:12 AM   #62
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Software RAID 1 + Custom kernel for HIGHMEM?

So, ok I have followed these steps to successfully create and load the custom kernel needed for HIGHMEM pretty easy and straightforward, however, in my current setup I run a software RAID 1 with `dmraid`, so when I load the new custom kernel I get a kernel panic regarding the md0 node. This is (md0) set in lilo.conf correctly as root= etc.., is there something I must do with the initrd?
 
Old 05-30-2009, 10:05 AM   #63
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Originally Posted by phenixia2003 View Post
Hello,

I have read this entire thread and I have some questions
about PAE (I'm using Slackware 12.2 on a PC with 4GB main
memory).

1/ Is it better to use the generic kernel, and lose more
than 700MB of memory, or to use a pae-kernel ? to be more
specific, is there stability issues related to PAE ?


2/ if i use a pae-kernel, is there some packages that
must be recompiled (except the nvidia and all packages
which are kernel dependent) ?

3/ is there more issues related to the nvidia driver when
used with a pae-kernel than when used with the generic-
kernel ?

thanks.

--
SeB
I'm using slackware 12.2 and rebuilt several versions of the
kernel (the one I'm running now is linux-2.6.29.3) and I enabled
the PAE, so my 4GB RAM are displayed
# cat /proc/meminfo | head -n1
MemTotal: 4143788 kB

I don't have any problem with any installed package

I kept the 32-bit architecture in the kernel (CONFIG_X86_32=y)
perhaps, what you had in mind wad:
to have PAE is it necessary to have 64-bit as well
and my answer is no
 
  


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