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Feb
15
awarded  Yearling
Aug
12
comment How to analyze profile data from `perf record --a` (system-wide collection)?
Unfortunately using perf report fails to produce any useful output. I have added what it produces to the text of question. Perhaps I should try with newer perf?
Aug
12
revised How to analyze profile data from `perf record --a` (system-wide collection)?
Simply running `perf report` doesn't produce useful output
Aug
12
comment How to analyze profile data from `perf record --a` (system-wide collection)?
I'm not interested (well, at least not very much) in analysing why it crashed, but I am interested in profile of this long-running calculations.
Aug
11
asked How to analyze profile data from `perf record --a` (system-wide collection)?
Aug
10
answered How to recover saved (stored) emails after damage to KMail configuration?
Aug
3
comment How to recover saved (stored) emails after damage to KMail configuration?
It is strange that KMail didn't use "atomic write" (write copy and rename)... though I am not sure if it would matter (the filesystem in question is ext3). Anyway, emails (in maildir format) are there - I have checked most recent file in ~/Mail/folder/cur and it is most recent email... nut it is not visible in KMail.
Aug
3
revised How to recover saved (stored) emails after damage to KMail configuration?
info about having backup
Aug
3
asked How to recover saved (stored) emails after damage to KMail configuration?
Jul
27
accepted How to check if libfftw3_threads.so.3.2.4 shared library was compiled for pthreads or for OpenMP?
Jul
25
comment Package repository for which Fedora version would be best match for RHEL / CentOS / Scientific Linux 6.0?
I do't think LXDE is on EPEL.
Jul
24
comment Package repository for which Fedora version would be best match for RHEL / CentOS / Scientific Linux 6.0?
I would have thought that RHEL / Scientific Linux being related to Fedore there wouldn't be much mismatch in packages between those two distributions. Anyway, regardless whether I'll use binary RPM from Fedore, or SRPM from Fedore, the question remains: how to find which Fedora would be best fit (though that probably matters less for SRPM, as it would be linked with current version).
Jul
24
asked Package repository for which Fedora version would be best match for RHEL / CentOS / Scientific Linux 6.0?
Jun
22
awarded  Teacher
Jun
22
answered How to check that perf events are enabled in Linux kernel, and how to install perf userland as non-root?
Jun
22
awarded  Organizer
Jun
22
revised Fail to install perf on slackware 13.1
add 'perf-event' tag
Jun
22
accepted Set up password-less SSH tunneling from home computer behind NAT to inside computer behind gateway
Jun
22
suggested approved edit on Fail to install perf on slackware 13.1
Jun
22
revised How to check that perf events are enabled in Linux kernel, and how to install perf userland as non-root?
HPCToolkit does not require perf userspace tool; it uses perf events via PAPI library