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A physics student with a some basic knowledge in C++


Mar
17
comment Linux installation stops working after a few reboots
@djangofan the same here, but saw that on windows. If he has a windows partition that works OK, RAM shouldn't be the issue.
Aug
16
awarded  Yearling
Mar
15
comment Linux USB Boot results in black screen
When you boot normally and get the blank screen, can you see (in some strong light or smth) the desktop? (It would mean that display backlight is off).
Feb
5
comment Is it possible to use OpenCL on a minimal OS without X?
If I rememmber correctly, AMD is working on opencl without X dependency, but at the moment, wokring Xorg session is needed for opencl calculations on graphics card.
Jan
8
comment After removing linux Grub error
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Jan
8
comment After removing linux Grub error
You misunderstood me, The problem he faces is that there is no bootloader (Grub starts, but cannot find its files), but to get the windows bootloader in place of grub's, he does not need to reinstall windows, he just needs to reinstall windows xp bootloader over grub.
Jan
8
awarded  Commentator
Jan
8
comment After removing linux Grub error
He should not reinstall windows, he probably only needs to do boot recovery to reinstall windows xp's bootloader.
Jan
7
awarded  Enthusiast
Dec
29
answered How cpu works in conky
Dec
15
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
15
comment mounting problem during installation of archlinux on dell xps one
How did you create the installation medium?
Nov
25
comment Debian Linux is not starting because no bootable device was found
could it be because your bootable linux partition is on extended partition? You should create boot partition as sda3 (100-200MB) while installing debian and extended as sda4 with sda5 holding your / etc..
Nov
20
awarded  Editor
Nov
20
comment How to feed linux new install drivers?
Updated my answer with a link about how to chroot.
Nov
20
revised How to feed linux new install drivers?
Added chroot instructions.
Nov
19
comment How to feed linux new install drivers?
Well..no, but you could do it from the installation environment. When you put in the installation Cd, there is an option to boot without installing. Then, assuming the display works, you could chroot to the installed ubuntu and fix it.
Nov
19
comment How to feed linux new install drivers?
well, you metion in the question, that you are using Desktop PC, so at the back of the PC case there should be multiple connection places for monitors (? not sure about correct term).
Nov
15
answered How to feed linux new install drivers?
Nov
15
comment How to feed linux new install drivers?
Lets start with the most important: "some errors that convinced me to reinstall 3 times" what errors exactly? And PCI-Express is not what would help, is the graphics card Radeon, Nvidia, Intel?