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Conflict between amd64 and i386 packages with same dependencies

I am running a Debian Wheezy (7.2), wich has a 64bit architecture, and wish to install cups and oracle xe on it. I installed cups through apt-get, and followed those steps to install oracle. However, ...
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Top “id” is using 50-99% of CPU

My i386 Lubuntu install is running with a constantly 100% CPU. Using top I have diagnosed "%id" as using up a lot of CPU, usually between about 50% and 99%. Why is this happening, and how can I stop ...
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amd64 or i386? VirtualBox can't start client VM

My Debian kernel is linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64, and the command uname -m returns x86_64. However, apt-get does get i386 packages (those /var/cache/apt/archives/*_i386.deb), and never gets amd64 ...
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i386 libtool conflicting with x86_64 libtool when installing Handbrake

I've been trying to install Handbrake on centos 5.8 with the help of some different guides. I'm running x86_64, and whenever I try to install packages necessary to build the binary, the arch ends up ...
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Where do I find Mandriva netinstall?

Where do I find Mandriva Linux netinstall for i386? Do they even have a Mandriva netinstall?
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Difference between vmlinuz-2.6.32-34-generic and vmlinuz-2.6.32-34-generic-pae

Can someone please tell me the difference between these two vmlinuz images ?
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System call invokation methods in new kernel

I read that in the newer kernels system calls are invoked using the INT X80 instruction and also using the sysenter instruction. And also the sysenter instruction gives faster invocation as compared ...
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change interrupt smp_affinity

As you can see below, nvidia is sharing the intrerrupt and the interrupt is using only CPU0, how can I change the interrupt for nvidia, and how can I make it use both CPU's ? Here is an article ...
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AES-NI not passed to guest in Virtualbox

I'm trying to use encryption inside a virtual machine. The problem is that the AES-NI doesn't seem to be passed to the guest virtual machine. I have Vt-x enabled. This is my host cpuinfo: processor ...
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Fedora 15 - Limited RAM Access

I have an issue with Fedora 15's available memory. The laptop it is installed on has 4GB of SDRAM, but Fedora only sees 2GB. [njozwiak@calvin xpmc6720]$ free -m total used ...
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Really light weight linux for VM no extensions

I need to host a ssh server on a x86-64 Debian squeeze machine with no VT-extensions :( I am using virtlib with qemu (set up and working). I have tried a number of things and non have been perfect, ...
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Linux distribution for the AMD Geode LX 800 (i586) [closed]

The manufacturer recommendfs RH9 (ugh) and many of the google search hits come up with comments from 2006/7 which detail xorg problems with the AMD video driver and I'm hoping someone here has had ...
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Implications of Linux support for AMD Fusion APUs?

As I understand it, the Linux kernel has had good support for Intel and AMD CPUs (pretty obvious since your OS installs and runs fine!). But now that AMD is releasing their new Fusion APUs, is it ...
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Is PAE worth it when I have 4GB RAM?

I have 4GB RAM installed on my machine, and I'm considering using all of it (IE, installing PAE-enabled kernel). I heard there's a performance penalty for this, so I wanted to know about other's ...