The processor architecture of most PCs and servers, including the 386/486/Pentium/… (IA-32) 32-bit family and the amd64 64-bit family. Most x86 processors are made by Intel or AMD.

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Turn system on by USB keyboard?

To hibernate my Debian Wheezy system, I run the following command: sudo sh -c 'echo disk > /sys/power/state' To wake up the system, I can press any key on my USB keyboard. My understanding of ...
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getting the message “out of partition” after installing GRUB 2. What is happening?

I recently moved a partition with a complete Linux install except /home to a new disk (with DD). Everything went fine, I can mount the partition, browse it... perfect. Next step: install GRUB to ...
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Does Linux provide Predictive Self-Healing on x86?

Predictive Self Healing is a feature of the OS to predict, detect a fault with one of its components and automatically repair it. MINIX, Solaris OS and Linux on POWER all have this. But is it ...
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How to run Ubilinux / u-boot under qemu (x86)

I wish to test Ubilinux (http://www.emutexlabs.com/ubilinux) before flashing it onto my Intel Edison board, which currently has Yocto on it. I am able to emulate Yocto for Edison with qemu, running ...
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How many rings does OpenBSD use?

Usually a Windows/Linux operating system uses afaik max 2 rings But how many rings does OpenBSD use?
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32 bit appplication on 64 bit linux not working

I'm running linux mint LMDE 64 bit version, I have to install this i386 software to use my modem. So I did it with --force-architecture mode, installation completed with errors. Here is the log dpkg: ...
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Atom - compatible processors for a kernel

Does anyone know any Atom N270-compatible processors (what I mean is not that they run on the same socket, but that they can share a kernel with nothing going wrong). Btw, this also means that they ...
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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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Is it possible to use u-boot or redboot to boot a linux (minimal ubuntu) image on x86_64?

I am reading conflicting information about if this is possible or if it is a bad idea. I have used u-boot with Pandaboard but obviously this isn't x86_64 architecture. I have not seen any examples ...
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Android 4.4 x86 on Dell N5110 - Video issue

I am trying to run androidx86 (4.4) on Dell N5110. Here are the issues I have: No Sound: I found the solution from another forum. I will have to run the following as an executable script: ...
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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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Undervolting in Linux

Could you recommend me something different like Linux-PHC for undervolting in Linux? I would like to undervolt my AMD Phenom 9850 CPU. I am using Debian squeeze x64. For underclocking I use ...